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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.

Intelligence Report
2006
Fall Issue
October 19, 2006

The former Klan lawyer from Atlanta has always been interested in money. What's remarkable is how he's been able to earn it.

Intelligence Report
2006
Summer Issue
August 11, 2006

Two television journalists who were held at gunpoint by officials of what was then the nation's largest and most aggressive Klan group have received compensation from the sale of the Klan leader's house.

Intelligence Report
2005
Fall Issue
October 14, 2005

Daniel Schertz faces more than 70 years in federal prison after pleading guilty in August to six federal weapons charges.

Intelligence Report
2004
Spring Issue
April 20, 2004

During a complex initiation ceremony involving a noose, paintballs, and live fire, one Tennessee member of America's Invisible Knights of the Ku Klux Klan shot another in the head, leaving the injured man unable to speak and in serious condition.

Intelligence Report
2003
Spring Issue
April 15, 2003

The guilty plea of white supremacist David Duke for corruption is only the latest episode in the life of a voracious con man.

Intelligence Report
2002
Fall Issue
September 20, 2002

Should cross-burning be banned? Virginia Attorney General Jerry Kilgore thinks so. This fall, he will argue before the U. S. Supreme Court that burning a cross to intimidate someone is "nothing short of domestic terrorism."

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