Intelligence Report Editor Mark Potok takes a look at race-based hate groups' attempts to legitimize their racist views.
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The American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan build a reputation of aggressive action. Headed by Jeff Berry, this group's violent actions guarantees publicity that continues to draw in those susceptible to the message.
The American hate movement has relied on the power of the printed word to proclaim the superiority of one race over another. The Intelligence Report takes a look at some of the most widely read and influential hate publications.
U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno has created a task force to investigate a conspiracy against abortion providers.
A grand jury has found that there was no larger conspiracy in the Oklahoma City bombing.
Former Klansman David Duke jumped into a Congressional race in Louisiana after losing other political races.
Three WCOTC members plead guilty in the assault and robbery of a video store owner.
Wealthy financiers are backing neo-Nazi and other extremist groups to the tune of $2 million.
The federal racketeering trial of white supremacist and antigovernment icon Chevie Kehoe was postponed due to objections by the defense.
Acts, not words, are the reason why the Christian Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and its leader, Horace King, were found liable for the arson of the Macedonia Baptist church.