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Intelligence Report
November 20, 2013

Though Volksfront (VF) may have met its end, the leadership of the group, which at one point had a significant presence on at least three continents, will probably live on in some form in the white supremacist world. Many of the group’s most important members come from the hardest-core sectors of the neo-Nazi skinhead world and have extensive criminal histories. Even so, the top personnel in the VF worldwide network, most hand-chosen by now-retired VF President Randal Krager, are not much known by the outside world. Here, presented in alphabetical order according to last name, we profile 12 key members of VF in the United States and abroad.

Intelligence Report
2013
Winter Issue
November 20, 2013

Though Volksfront may have met its end, its leadership will probably live on in some form in the white supremacist world. Here are profiles of 12 key Volksfront members in the United States and abroad.

Intelligence Report
2013
Fall Issue
August 21, 2013

Losing at home, U.S. religious-right groups are working furiously to keep gay sex criminalized in Belize and beyond

Intelligence Report
2013
Summer Issue
May 16, 2013

On May 19, 2012, as many as 18 self-described anti-racists stormed into a suburban Chicago family restaurant and attacked a group of white nationalists meeting for lunch with batons, baseball bats and chair legs. The bloody attack highlighted the long history of endemic violence between white supremacists and “anti-fascists” that also includes the 1998 murder of two anti-racist skinheads in a neo-Nazi plot.

Intelligence Report
2011
Winter Issue
November 15, 2011

For two years in the mid-1990s, Judge Greg Mohr carried a gun and wore a bulletproof vest while presiding over his tiny courtroom east of Kalispell. 

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