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Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

Terry Nichols, co-conspirator of Timothy McVeigh in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, was convicted of conspiracy and involuntary manslaughter, but his sentence has not yet been determined.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

Mark Koernke, a key figure in the Michigan militia movement, has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly attacking a court process server.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

Since November 1997, several violent incidents have been perpetrated by racist Skinheads in Denver, including the murder of a police officer and the alleged murder of an African refugee.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

Suspected murderer Robert Silveria has recanted his confession of murdering dozens of fellow drifters creates confusion in the case and sheds light on other violence possibly perpetrated by a train-riding gang.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

New York City is caught unawares by common-law ideology when almost 100 city employees were arrested for tax evasion.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

In the wake of the Oklahoma City bombing, many domestic antigovernment groups are under investigation for plans of violence and terrorism.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

At a January 1998 anti-immigration meeting, the intermingling of extremists with 'mainstream' right-wingers illustrates a similar pattern throughout the country.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

The successful prosecution of Richard Machado for committing a hate crime online could become an important precedent in future cases.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

Violence between Klan and counter-demonstrators at an October 1997 rally in Asheville, N.C., illustrates that direct confrontation often leads to a melee, and extra publicity for the haters.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

The count of active hate groups in the U.S. hits 474 in 1997, a 20% increase over the previous year.

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