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November 16, 2008

The Southern Poverty Law Center's trial against the Imperial Klans of America (IKA), which ended with a $2.5 million verdict on Friday, will be featured in a segment on ABC's "Nightline" on Monday, Nov. 17.

Intelligence Report
2008
Spring Issue
March 01, 2008

Three histories of the Invisible Empire provide insights into America's oldest terrorist group. They are written from the perspectives of a clinical psychologist, a scholar, and a professional writer.

Intelligence Report
2007
Winter Issue
December 01, 2007

The Southern Poverty Law Center in July refiled an earlier lawsuit against two Klansmen to add the nation's second-largest Klan organization, its national leader and two other individuals as defendants.

Intelligence Report
2007
Summer Issue
July 01, 2007

The dead man in Glen Gautier's dreams always asked the same question: "Why didn't you bury me with my glasses?" The nightmares began torturing Gautier in early 2002.

Intelligence Report
2007
Spring Issue
April 20, 2007

A northeastern Indiana Ku Klux Klan organizer told a judge in February that he'd been accepted as a recruit by the U.S. Army in 2006, despite his high-profile white supremacist activities.

Intelligence Report
2006
Winter Issue
January 16, 2007

A Nebraska arbitrator rules that a Ku Klux Klan member has a right to be a state trooper. But the arbitrator could well be wrong.

Intelligence Report
2006
Fall Issue
October 19, 2006

The son of former Klan leader Jeff Berry and a friend have been charged in a brutal beating that left Berry in critical condition, effectively ending recent efforts to resuscitate the group in Indiana.

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