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Intelligence Report
2004
Spring Issue
April 20, 2004

In 2003, a large number of crimes were carried out by extremists, including the murder of law enforcement officers and the amassing of a lethal, illegal arsenal.

Intelligence Report
2004
Spring Issue
April 20, 2004

It seemed like a good old all-American craze — until the nasty truth emerged about the man who concocted it.

Intelligence Report
2004
Spring Issue
April 20, 2004

After a scandal exposed by the Intelligence Report, the neo-Confederate Sons of Confederate Veterans' controversial leader Ron Wilson tries to rid the organization of moderates.

Intelligence Report
2004
Spring Issue
April 20, 2004

White supremacist financial adviser and former co-owner of the antigovernment and anti-Semitic Media Bypass magazine has pleaded guilty to running a million-dollar scam targeting his clients.

Intelligence Report
2004
Spring Issue
April 20, 2004

Pornographer Bruce Alan 'Vince' Breeding quit his job as the head of David Duke's European-American Unity and Rights Organization in the wake of an Intelligence Report exposé.

Intelligence Report
2004
Spring Issue
April 20, 2004

White supremacist attorney Kirk Lyons' quixotic quest to establish "Confederate Southern Americans" as a legally protected minority has run into a serious roadblock — again. This time, the future of Lyons' Southern Legal Resource Center (SLRC) could be in jeopardy.

Intelligence Report
2004
Spring Issue
April 20, 2004

During a complex initiation ceremony involving a noose, paintballs, and live fire, one Tennessee member of America's Invisible Knights of the Ku Klux Klan shot another in the head, leaving the injured man unable to speak and in serious condition.

Intelligence Report
2004
Spring Issue
April 20, 2004

After Chester Doles, Georgia National Alliance leader, pleads guilty to illegal weapons possession, supporters wonder what happened to the donations made to help him fight the charge.

Intelligence Report
2004
Spring Issue
April 20, 2004

2003 saw a variety of legal cases involving hate crimes and extremism fail to be resolved with clear ramifications.

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