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Intelligence Report
1998
Spring Issue
June 15, 1998

A new tactic by the Ku Klux Klan has its leaders happy while newspaper publishers are enraged.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

The Klan, which has always claimed British roots, is organizing throughout Scotland and England.

Intelligence Report
1998
Winter Issue
March 15, 1998

Violence between Klan and counter-demonstrators at an October 1997 rally in Asheville, N.C., illustrates that direct confrontation often leads to a melee, and extra publicity for the haters.

SPLC Designated Hate Group
The group's leaders, from Duke to current chief Thomas Robb, have been plagued by their own racist views, which inevitably shine through the smokescreen, and by the attacks of other Klan members who view their interest in mainstream media and politics as hypocritical and counterproductive. In Its...
Where most present-day Klan groups splash pictures and news of their activities on their websites and online forums, the Brotherhood of Klans is exceptionally secretive, in the tradition of Klan groups of yesteryear, offering scant details of its actions online and conducting serious background...
IKA's headquarters and compound in Dawson Springs, Ky., have long served as the venue for the hate-rock gathering Nordic Fest. In Its Own Words "WE BELIEVE that the Man Adam (a Hebrew word meaning: ruddy, to show Blood, flush, turn rosy) is father of the White Race only. As a son of God (Luke 3:38...
SPLC Designated Hate Group
As disorganized as the Indiana-based group may be, it is still dangerous, as evidenced by a 2001 murder and plot linked to National Knights members in North Carolina. In Its Own Words "What We Believe. The WHITE RACE: The irreplaceable hub of our nation, our Christian Faith, and the high levels of...
Edwards' organization uses his Kentucky compound to host its annual Nordic Fest, a music festival that brings together Klansmen, skinheads and members of other violent hate groups and which has been the scene of violence. In 2007, the Southern Poverty Law Center filed a lawsuit against Edwards, the...
The case went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, where Black’s conviction was vacated. Still, banning cross-burnings in certain circumstances was deemed constitutional by the high court and not necessarily a violation of the First Amendment’s guarantee of free speech. In his own words “[A cross...

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