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Intelligence Report
2000
Summer Issue
September 15, 2000

Mainstream neo-Confederate organizations generally share goals of preserving 'Southern' culture, but many in these groups share cross-membership with racist organizations such as the white supremacist League of the South.

Intelligence Report
2000
Summer Issue
September 15, 2000

Fugitive militia member Paul Darland was apprehended after being recognized by a stripper in a Fort Wayne, Ind. topless nightclub.

Intelligence Report
2000
Summer Issue
September 15, 2000

Michael A. Cuffley, chief architect of the Klan's Adopt-A-Highway efforts in Missouri was arrested and faces charges of burglary and stealing by deceit.

Intelligence Report
2000
Summer Issue
September 15, 2000

Lawrence Michael Lombardi was convicted for using pipe bombs to create explosions at historically black Florida A&M University.

Intelligence Report
2000
Summer Issue
September 15, 2000

Neo-Nazi leader Matthew Hale will not be allowed to practice law in Illinois after the Illinois Bar Association declared him 'morally unfit' to practice law.

Intelligence Report
2000
Summer Issue
September 15, 2000

Global Prosperity Group is being probed by the federal government for luring investors into a pyramid scheme. Investors are encouraged to trash their social security cards and conceal their assets abroad.

Intelligence Report
2000
Summer Issue
September 15, 2000

Christian Identity pastor Gordan H. Winrod was charged with kidnapping after hiding his grandchildren from their fathers for four years.

Intelligence Report
2000
Summer Issue
September 15, 2000

Dan Shoemaker a member of the Western Illinois Militia, threatened 'open warfare' if police interfered with a planned protest in which members of the militia would carry semi-automatic weapons.

Intelligence Report
2000
Summer Issue
September 15, 2000

Like other extremists, neo-Confederates are questioning the Constitutional amendment that gave blacks citizenship — but the courts have consistently rejected their arguments.

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