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July 24, 2002

William Pierce, head of the neo-Nazi National Alliance and author of the racist novel The Turner Diaries has died at age 68, seven years after facing a judgment in a suit filed by the Center.

Features and Stories
March 26, 2002

Followers of Fred Phelps, homophobic leader of the Westboro Baptist Church hate group, picketed the Center during March in support of Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, defendant in a Center suit.

Hate & Extremism

Date Filed

January 18, 2000

The Imperial Wizard of one of the most aggressive Klan groups in the country detained and terrorized two journalists covering a story about a planned Klan rally. The Center sued, winning a $120,000 judgment, and investigating criminal charges that sent the Klan leader to prison.

Hate & Extremism
Landmark Case

Date Filed

January 25, 1999

Victoria and Jason Keenan were chased and shot at by members of the Aryan Nations in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Held at gunpoint, the mother and son feared for their lives. The Center sued and obtained a $6.3 million jury verdict; Aryan Nations was forced to turn its compound over to the victims it had terrorized.

Hate & Extremism

Date Filed

August 28, 1998

In 1988, a white fair housing advocate and her daughter were harassed and threatened over the internet by Klansmen and neo-Nazis. After they filed complaints with the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Center achieved justice against the hate groups.

Hate & Extremism
Landmark Case

Date Filed

June 07, 1996

On a summer evening in 1995, members of the Christian Knights of the KKK set a fire completely destroying a 100-year-old black Baptist church in South Carolina. The Center sued the Klan on the church's behalf, winning the largest judgment ever awarded against a hate group.

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