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Criminal Justice Reform

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August 13, 2002

The ventilation system on Alabama's death row was broken, resulting in stifling, stagnant, medically dangerous heat in the prisoners' 55-square foot cells. The Center sued to allow inmates to purchase fans at their own expense. An anonymous donor provided free fans to all death row inmates.

Features and Stories
July 24, 2002

William Pierce, head of the neo-Nazi National Alliance and author of the racist novel The Turner Diaries has died at age 68, seven years after facing a judgment in a suit filed by the Center.

Intelligence Report
2002
Summer Issue
June 18, 2002

Two liberal San Francisco attorneys got involved in the Aryan Brotherhood. It cost them their freedom, and their souls.

Intelligence Report
2002
Summer Issue
June 18, 2002

France's immigrant-hating populist, Jean-Marie Le Pen, had shocked the world by winning one in five votes to take second place in the initial round of presidential elections.

Intelligence Report
2002
Summer Issue
June 18, 2002

An alleged plot by a tiny but well-armed Montana militia group has officials scratching their heads

Intelligence Report
2002
Summer Issue
June 18, 2002

In South Carolina, pro- and anti-Confederate flag groups find themselves on the same side of a state lawsuit

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