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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.

Intelligence Report
1999
Fall Issue
December 15, 1999

Klansman Jimmy Ray Shelton was convicted on two counts of attempted capital murder in Bastrop, Texas. Shelton's passenger Eddie Melvin fired on police during a high-speed chase.

Intelligence Report
1999
Fall Issue
December 15, 1999

Al Ferris, Indiana leader of the Invisible Empire, Pennsylvania Ku Klux Klan was killed by his abused wife.

Intelligence Report
1999
Summer Issue
September 15, 1999

In several states, the justice system is cracking down on cross burnings.

Intelligence Report
1999
Summer Issue
September 15, 1999

Is the practice of 'anti-masking' laws exposing violent haters or denying their constitutional rights?

Intelligence Report
1999
Winter Issue
March 15, 1999

The American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan build a reputation of aggressive action. Headed by Jeff Berry, this group's violent actions guarantees publicity that continues to draw in those susceptible to the message.

Intelligence Report
1999
Winter Issue
March 15, 1999

Former Klansman David Duke jumped into a Congressional race in Louisiana after losing other political races.

Intelligence Report
1999
Winter Issue
March 15, 1999

Acts, not words, are the reason why the Christian Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and its leader, Horace King, were found liable for the arson of the Macedonia Baptist church.

Intelligence Report
1998
Fall Issue
December 15, 1998

Long-time Klan leader Samuel Bowers has been sentenced to life in the 1962 murder of civil rights worker Vernon Dahmer Sr., in a firebombing attack on the Dahmer home.

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