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Intelligence Report
2002
Fall Issue
September 20, 2002

A gathering of feckless conspiracy "experts" unearths the real reasons for 9/11: bureaucratic lies, Israeli conspiracies and disintegration rays.

Intelligence Report
2002
Fall Issue
September 20, 2002

Briton Mark Cotterill, founder of the American Friends of the British National Party, has been allowed to retroactively legalize his neofascist organization.

Intelligence Report
2002
Fall Issue
September 20, 2002

The youth minister of an Arkansas Baptist church has resigned after parents sought help from a key neo-Nazi group.

Intelligence Report
2002
Fall Issue
September 20, 2002

Gordon Stair, homophobic founder and leader of the Overcomer Ministry, has been charged with multiple counts of criminal sexual conduct.

Intelligence Report
2002
Fall Issue
September 20, 2002

Bogus tax protest arguments, long promoted by antigovernment ideologues, are on the rise.

Intelligence Report
2002
Fall Issue
September 20, 2002

California white supremacist Matthew Williams, convicted of torching three synagogues and facing trial on a double murder, injured a guard during an escape attempt.

Intelligence Report
2002
Fall Issue
September 20, 2002

When a black supremacist cult leader moved to rural Georgia, folks took a live-and-let-live approach — until Dwight York and his United Nuwaubian Nation of Moors launched an all-out campaign against "white devils" and "house niggers."

Intelligence Report
2002
Fall Issue
September 20, 2002

Environmental radicals and animal rights activists say it's "ludicrous" for the FBI to call them the No. 1 domestic terror threat. But their rhetoric and increasingly extreme criminal actions are making the "eco-terror" label stick.

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