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The Nation

March 28, 1985

Bruce Carroll Pierce, the reputed leader of a militant racist group called The Order who is wanted for questioning in the slaying of Denver talk-show host Alan Berg, was ordered held without bond on four federal warrants, a day after his arrest in northwest Georgia. Pierce, 30, from Metaline Falls, Wash., was arrested without resistance by FBI and Georgia agents and brought to Atlanta for arraignment. An FBI spokesman showed reporters three tables covered with weapons seized from the van that Pierce was driving.

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