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Hate & Extremism

Date Filed

June 26, 2003

After a Texas rancher invited the vigilante border patrol group Ranch Rescue to guard his property in 2003, two Salvadorans crossing the U.S. border were terrorized and assaulted by members of the group. The Southern Poverty Law Center filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Salvadorans, obtaining more than $1 million in a settlement and judgments, including the title to Ranch Rescue’s Arizona headquarters.

Criminal Justice Reform

Date Filed

May 13, 2003

Due to a lack of access to doctors and long delays in diagnosis and treatment, seriously ill inmates at one of Alabama's maximum-security prisons sued to receive adequate healthcare.

Intelligence Report
2003
Spring Issue
April 15, 2003

SLRC Chief Trial Counsel Kirk Lyons, linked by the FBI to a bizarre espionage case, fires off an angry denial and insists he is 'a loyal American.'

Intelligence Report
2003
Spring Issue
April 15, 2003

Neo-Nazi David Duke found many new friends — and even more buyers of his books — during his recent years in Europe.

Intelligence Report
2003
Spring Issue
April 15, 2003

For more than a decade, authors have probed the history and ideology of David Duke, America's best-known white supremacist.

Intelligence Report
2003
Spring Issue
April 15, 2003

A Milwaukee conspiracist says punctuation such as the colon is the key to liberty, but others say David Wynn Miller is full of it.

Intelligence Report
2003
Spring Issue
April 15, 2003

The Sons of Confederate Veterans, a 32,000-strong organization that has been traditionally "non-political," has begun purging its non-radical members.

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