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Intelligence Report
2007
Spring Issue
April 20, 2007

It's been a tough couple of years for tax-dodgers in Florida, where the IRS has recently indicted more than 20 individuals in some of the most high-profile cases in the history of the radical tax-protest movement.

Intelligence Report
2007
Spring Issue
April 20, 2007

A Latino teenager attended a party in April 2006 at a housing complex just north of Houston, in a town called Spring. According to witnesses, the 17-year-old tried to kiss a white girl. She rebuffed him and told her brother about the advance. Word spread.

Intelligence Report
2007
Spring Issue
April 20, 2007

The December murder of a 14-year-old African-American girl, the latest apparent victim of Latino gang members' campaign to "ethnically cleanse" many neighborhoods in Los Angeles, has set off a political earthquake.

Intelligence Report
2007
Spring Issue
April 20, 2007

Recent years have seen the death of some of the 20th century's key white supremacist ideologues and leaders, men like Richard Butler of the Aryan Nations and William Pierce of the National Alliance.

Intelligence Report
2007
Spring Issue
April 20, 2007

A northeastern Indiana Ku Klux Klan organizer told a judge in February that he'd been accepted as a recruit by the U.S. Army in 2006, despite his high-profile white supremacist activities.

Intelligence Report
2007
Spring Issue
April 20, 2007

Neo-Nazis and other extremists from the United States and Europe headlined a December conference in Tehran that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad described as a scholarly gathering to debate issues surrounding the Holocaust.

Intelligence Report
2007
Spring Issue
April 20, 2007

Canada's Dalhousie University has cancelled a debate between the head of its black history department and an American who describes himself as a "race realist."

Intelligence Report
2007
Spring Issue
April 20, 2007

David Irving, the infamous British writer who was sentenced in 2005 to three years in an Austrian prison for denying the Holocaust, returned to England in late December after a Vienna court reduced his remaining sentence to probation.

Intelligence Report
2007
Spring Issue
April 20, 2007

In the mid-1970s, then-Klan leader David Duke began exhorting followers to "get out of the cow pasture and into hotel meeting rooms" in a bid for mainstream respectability.

Intelligence Report
2007
Spring Issue
April 20, 2007

Kevin MacDonald is not the only college professor to come under fire for racist and anti-Semitic views.

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