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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."

Intelligence Report
2002
Spring Issue
March 05, 2002

Swaggering American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan leader Jeff Berry has sentenced to seven years in connection with threatening two journalists.

Intelligence Report
2001
Fall Issue
August 29, 2001

After a May 2001 rally, several members of the National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan tangle with law enforcement, including Grand Dragon Richard Loy.

Intelligence Report
2000
Summer Issue
September 15, 2000

Michael A. Cuffley, chief architect of the Klan's Adopt-A-Highway efforts in Missouri was arrested and faces charges of burglary and stealing by deceit.

Intelligence Report
2000
Winter Issue
March 15, 2000

The Southern Poverty Law Center filed a federal lawsuit in January 2000 against Jeff Berry, American Knights of the KKK leader, alleging false imprisonment and assault against two journalists.

Intelligence Report
2000
Winter Issue
March 15, 2000

The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan have spent years trying to join Missouri's Adopt-a-Highway program. But vandals keep knocking down the signs designating the Klan-cleaned stretch.

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