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Criminal Justice Reform

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April 09, 2003

Diabetic inmates in Alabama face vision loss, convulsions, and amputations due to substandard care. Others are at risk of heart attacks, nerve damage, strokes, kidney failure, and death. The case has reached a precedent-setting settlement and is currently in a monitoring phase.

Features and Stories
March 01, 2003

On January 25, 2003, about 75 white supremacists from various organizations staged a one-hour protest in front of the Center's offices and the Civil Rights Memorial.

Features and Stories
January 08, 2003

One of the nation's most notorious white supremacists, Matt Hale of the World Church of the Creator, has been arrested in connection with a plot to murder a U.S. District Court judge.

Features and Stories
January 08, 2003

Mamie Till Mobley, mother of Emmett Till, whose death exposed the brutality of the 1950s South, died January 6 in a Chicago hospital.

Intelligence Report
2007
Winter Issue
January 01, 2003

At least 100 members of Hammerskin Nation, a racist skinhead group with chapters around the country, tried to attend the latest annual Hammerfest concert in Portland, Ore.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
January 01, 2003

In Cochise County, Ariz., anti-immigrant militant Roger Barnett has threatened Latinos at gunpoint, yet has never been prosecuted for his actions. In Tucson, armed nativist Roy Warden was caught on videotape threatening to blow a child's brains out, but the prosecutor did not request that Warden serve any jail time.

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