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Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

Another fringe black separatist group has come into the crosshairs of law enforcement. Like many others, the Abannaki Indigenous Nation propounds a bizarre ideology that's a mix of pseudo-scientific ideas about white people and groundless theories about being immune to U.S. laws.

Intelligence Report
2006
Winter Issue
January 16, 2007

Suffering with severe swelling of the prostate, Minister Louis Farrakhan has relinquished control of the black separatist Nation of Islam, raising the possibility that the group's racist ideology could moderate under new leadership.

Intelligence Report
2003
Winter Issue
December 31, 2003

Three members of the black supremacist Nuwaubian group have been arrested in connection with a "common law" scam.

Intelligence Report
2002
Fall Issue
September 20, 2002

When a black supremacist cult leader moved to rural Georgia, folks took a live-and-let-live approach — until Dwight York and his United Nuwaubian Nation of Moors launched an all-out campaign against "white devils" and "house niggers."

Intelligence Report
2000
Fall Issue
December 06, 2000

Trading on the name of a group of black militants famous in the 1960s and 1970s, the "new" Panthers portrayed themselves as the only men bold enough to take on the violent racism of the Klan and other white supremacists.

Intelligence Report
2000
Spring Issue
June 13, 2000

An enraged black man, Ronald Taylor, sets out on a rampage targeting whites in Pittsburgh.

Intelligence Report
1999
Spring Issue
June 15, 1999

The bizarre story of the Louisiana-based 'sovereign' Washitaw Nation might be funny if it weren't for investigations of its possible financial crimes.

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