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The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) counted over 100 people killed or injured by alleged perpetrators influenced by the so-called "alt-right" — a movement that continues to access the mainstream and reach young recruits.
Religious extremism and its relation to violent conflict
How did Dylann Roof go from being someone who was not raised in a racist home to someone so steeped in white supremacist propaganda that he murdered nine African Americans during a Bible study?
A synopsis of radical-right terrorist plots, conspiracies and racist rampages since the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995. It includes a roster of murdered law enforcement officials.
Domestic terrorism and related radical violence — as opposed to terrorist attacks emanating from abroad — continue to plague the nation. This study also reveals that the vast majority of this violence is coming from “lone wolves” or “leaderless resistance” groups, most of the latter composed of just two men.
An examination of white supremacist prison gangs, including articles that previously appeared in the Intelligence Report.
Leaving the Aryan Brotherhood can be a dangerous business. One former leader explains why he nevertheless quit the prison gant
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.
This report features a general essay on the history and nature of the skinhead movement.