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Intelligence Report
2012
Winter Issue
November 11, 2012

The plot that authorities say developed on an Army base in Georgia this year might have been taken as a joke had not the conspirators allegedly murdered a young couple they feared might talk and acquired an $87,000 cache of weapons. At least 10 people are implicated in a group that appears motivated by far-right ideology.

Intelligence Report
2012
Winter Issue
November 11, 2012

Former Arizona sheriff Richard Mack, who was an iconic hero of the 1990s militia movement, is back in the saddle. As head of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, Mack is spreading antigovernment "Patriot" ideology to the Tea Parties, enthusiasts of the Second Amendment and, above all, law enforcement officials.

Intelligence Report
2012
Winter Issue
November 11, 2012

John Greschner, who is serving a life sentence for murder, spent 24 years in the Aryan Brotherhood, many of them as one of three "commissioners" overseeing the deadly gang's activities in federal prisons. Now, Greschner is going public about the racist group's murders, its banking and collection system, and a whole lot more.

Intelligence Report
2012
Winter Issue
November 11, 2012

He was our Anders Breivik. Like the Norwegian who last year massacred 77 of his countrymen — most of them teenagers associated with the Labor Party he blamed for enabling Muslim immigration — Wade Michael Page capped a life of seething rage with a grotesque and bloody act of terrorism.

Intelligence Report
2012
Winter Issue
November 11, 2012

Sikh temple killer Wade Michael Page wasn’t the first to develop extremist beliefs in the military. The Pentagon has struggled for decades to keep white supremacists out of the ranks.

Intelligence Report
2012
Winter Issue
November 11, 2012

Facing the possibility that the president would be re-elected, the far right engaged in an orgy of fearful predictions of what a second Obama Administration might do.

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