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Intelligence Report
2004
Summer Issue
July 20, 2004

Hate crimes and violence around the U.S. show that increasingly young extremists are committing crimes, getting recruited by hate groups — and doing recruiting of their own.

Intelligence Report
2004
Summer Issue
July 20, 2004

A race riot between white and Latino students in a California high school lunchroom serves as a symbol for a new trend among America's youth — anti-immigrant, racist ideology and violence.

Intelligence Report
2004
Summer Issue
July 20, 2004

The young inmates in the Nazi Low Riders, a group well-known for violence and drug trafficking, made an alliance with the white supremacist Aryan Brotherhood — and took on both their extremist ideology and their notoriety.

Intelligence Report
2004
Summer Issue
July 20, 2004

The five New Jersey teens who called themselves the Agnostic Neo-Nazis never managed antisocial behavior beyond graffiti, tattoos and big talk, but showed how easily homogenous suburbs can become a cradle for hate.

Features and Stories
July 20, 2004

The Ten Commandments monument has been removed from a storage room in the Alabama Judicial Building by a private group, who will tour the monument across the U.S. with a final display in the nation's capitol building.

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