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Intelligence Report
2014
Summer Issue
May 24, 2014

When neo-Nazi Frazier Glenn Cross stormed on to the grounds of two Jewish institutions in Kansas and allegedly shot three strangers to death in April, it was only the latest reminder that the United States faces its own homegrown terrorists.

Intelligence Report
2014
Summer Issue
May 24, 2014

The Al Qaeda English-language magazine "Inspire" is a key online breeding ground for Islamic terrorists. The equivalent for radical racists is Stormfront, the largest white supremacist Web forum in the world. A two-year investigation by the Intelligence Report finds that in the five years since Barack Obama was elected as our first black president, registered members of Stormfront have murdered close to 100 people.

Intelligence Report
2014
Summer Issue
May 24, 2014

As the city of Harrison, Ark., struggles to overcome a troubled racial history that goes back more than a century, an array of local extremists is making it tough.

Intelligence Report
2014
Summer Issue
May 24, 2014

Electoral politics in the United States are polarized in a way only rarely seen in our history, facilitating the rise of politicians with links to extremist groups, ideas and conspiracy theories. Profiles of a dozen 2014 candidates, including Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, independents and others, illustrate the phenomenon.

Intelligence Report
2014
Summer Issue
May 24, 2014

Richard Belzer, the TV actor who famously played Detective John Munch on NBC’s “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” and other shows for some 20 years, is standing by his claim that nearly 50 people were murdered to hush up the facts about the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Intelligence Report
2014
Summer Issue
May 24, 2014

The Barnes Review is well known for denying the Holocaust. But with a new issue devoted to a full-throated defense of Adolf Hitler, the journal is in new territory.

Intelligence Report
2014
Summer Issue
May 24, 2014

After almost three violent decades in the racist movement, Lynette Avrin called it quits. In an interview, she describes her life and her decision to abandon racism.

Intelligence Report
2014
Summer Issue
May 24, 2014

Since 1989, a woman who calls herself J.Z. Knight has drawn tens of thousands of followers, including Hollywood celebrities, to her Ramtha School of Enlightenment in Yelm, Wash., where she says she channels a 35,000-year-old “Lemurian warrior.” The New Age cult leader also savages Catholics, Mexicans, Jews and Jehovah.

Intelligence Report
2014
Summer Issue
May 24, 2014

Early this year, a Klan group known as the Knight Riders closed up shop after one of its members who was allegedly planning racist violence pleaded guilty to weapons charges. The former Klan member and FBI informant who made the case discusses his own background, details of the investigation, and how he “grew a conscience.”

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