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October 25, 2004

The neo-Confederate hate group League of the South protested in Montgomery for two consecutive days, standing directly in front of the Civil Rights Memorial.

Intelligence Report
2004
Fall Issue
October 14, 2004

Many 'pro-South' leaders have well-established records of racism. But they've generally avoided armed revolutionaries like Michael Tubbs.

Intelligence Report
2004
Fall Issue
October 14, 2004

David Gillespie, author and historian, discusses the rich history — and future — of right-wing third parties in the U.S.

Intelligence Report
2004
Fall Issue
October 14, 2004

The neo-Confederates involved in controversy over their defense of slavery have now been accused of plagiarism. It turns out that at least 22 passages, some of them quite lengthy, were from a 1974 book.

Intelligence Report
2004
Fall Issue
October 14, 2004

Financial adviser Chris Temple, who found success through CBS Marketwatch and other mainstream outlets despite his devotion to neo-Nazi causes, has been sentenced to prison after bilking his clients.

Intelligence Report
2004
Fall Issue
October 14, 2004

After the neo-Nazi Aryan Nations posted a memo on their website purporting to prove a law enforcement plot to murder the group's leadership, the FBI and Seattle police have launched an investigation.

Intelligence Report
2004
Fall Issue
October 14, 2004

WGNU-AM, broadcasting from St. Louis, features 'The Couch Potato,' a member of the neo-Nazi National Alliance offering 'family radio for concerned white people.'

Intelligence Report
2004
Fall Issue
October 14, 2004

After conviction in Germany for Holocaust denial activities, which are illegal under the German constitution, Germar Rudolf is seeking political asylum in the U.S.

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