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Date Filed

January 24, 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.

Intelligence Report
1998
Fall Issue
December 15, 1998

A group of pseudo-intellectuals obsessed with the 'race problem' rubbed shoulders with Klansmen, neo-Nazis and other white supremacists committed to 'the defense of Western Civilization.'

Intelligence Report
1998
Fall Issue
December 15, 1998

Eric Rudolph, suspect in a fatal clinic bombing in Birmingham, has been charged in the 1996 Olympic park bombing and two other Atlanta-area attacks in 1997.

Intelligence Report
1998
Fall Issue
December 15, 1998

A Kansas militia leader was arrested with nine others in connection with a plot to attack an Army base, where the militia members believed that Communist Chinese troops were training in part of a plot to take over the U.S.

Intelligence Report
1998
Fall Issue
December 15, 1998

Long-time Klan leader Samuel Bowers has been sentenced to life in the 1962 murder of civil rights worker Vernon Dahmer Sr., in a firebombing attack on the Dahmer home.

Intelligence Report
1998
Fall Issue
December 15, 1998

A sixth man in the alleged plot to blow up the Center and assassinate co-founder Morris Dees has been convicted on federal conspiracy charges. Klansman Wallace Scott Weicherding, a 64-year-old former prison guard and the only one of the group not to plead guilty, faces sentencing later this year.

Intelligence Report
1998
Fall Issue
December 15, 1998

The murder of a gay university student has raised alarms among educators who fear that hate crimes on and around college campuses may be growing in the wake of a wave of recent bias crimes.

Intelligence Report
1998
Fall Issue
December 15, 1998

The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan has lost another battle in its bid to paint itself as a benign group merely interested in doing good for white Christians when a federal magistrate denied the Knights to underwrite 'All Things Considered' on National Public Radio.

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