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Intelligence Report
1998
Spring Issue
June 15, 1998

For years, the Montana Freemen issued 'common-law' edicts harassing local officials and others, but after a standoff with the FBI, a federal trial seems likely to topple their group.

Intelligence Report
1998
Spring Issue
June 15, 1998

The Montana Freeman's philosophy, while rooted in antigovernment and 'common law' ideology, is also racist.

Intelligence Report
1998
Spring Issue
June 15, 1998

The Oklahoma City bombing has proven to be the opening shot in a new phase of right-wing terror in this country. In the three years since the attack, the radical right's antigovernment movement has spawned an escalating number of terrorist crimes and plots.

Intelligence Report
1998
Spring Issue
June 15, 1998

A new film on the standoff and subsequent fire in Waco appears to tell the story of an overreaching, violent government intrusion, but only because it twists the facts.

Intelligence Report
1998
Spring Issue
June 15, 1998

Three people linked to a bomb-building neo-Nazi have been charged with conspiring to set off 14 bombs around Orlando, Fla., including several along the main access to Walt Disney World.

Children's Rights

Date Filed

June 11, 1998

A little girl with a severe speech disorder received a special device to help her communicate with family and friends after the Center settled a class action lawsuit against the Alabama Medicaid Agency in 1998.

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