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Intelligence Report
2005
Spring Issue
April 28, 2005

In his own words, FLDS 'prophet' Warren Jeffs offers up some harsh opinions on blacks, women, gays, violence and the end of the world.

Intelligence Report
2005
Spring Issue
April 28, 2005

Though many leading radical organizations lost their leaders in 2004, the extremist movement is still very much alive.

Intelligence Report
2005
Spring Issue
April 28, 2005

After being introduced by an Arkansas state senator as the leader of an anti-immigration group behind controversial state legislation, Joe McCutchen was revealed to have written anti-Semitic diatribes.

Intelligence Report
2005
Spring Issue
April 28, 2005

After years of denying involvement in the 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing, Terry Nichols has made a public statement of guilt as part of a plea bargain.

Intelligence Report
2005
Spring Issue
April 28, 2005

Sam Francis, a white supremacist writer and veteran of such publications as The Washington Times, the CCC's Citizens Informer, and The Occidental Quarterly, died in February 2005 at the age of 57.

Intelligence Report
2005
Spring Issue
April 28, 2005

Neo-Confederate Ron Wilson, former commander of the Sons of Confederate Veterans heritage group, has been elected to the South Carolina Board of Education by a delegation from Anderson County.

Intelligence Report
2005
Spring Issue
April 28, 2005

Gregory Withrow, activist and white supremacist, attempted to crucify himself on the steps of California's capitol in protest of the Iraq war on Feb. 5, 2005.

Intelligence Report
2005
Spring Issue
April 28, 2005

A proposed state ban on books that 'recognize or promote homosexuality as an acceptable lifestyle' is gaining ground in Alabama — too bad it's clearly unconstitutional.

Intelligence Report
2005
Spring Issue
April 28, 2005

Notorious German Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel has been deported from Canada after a prolonged legal battle, and promptly charged for inciting racial hatred by German authorities.

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