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The Nation

September 25, 1985

The slain leader of a neo-Nazi gang took part in the 1984 murder of Denver radio personality Alan Berg and left behind a key piece of evidence during a $3.6-million armored car robbery, a former member of the group testified in federal court in Seattle. William Soderquist, 22, said also that he learned that his own life had been threatened by members of the group, known as The Order, when they found out that Soderquist had a drinking and drug problem and had talked to his girlfriend about the robbery. Ten members of The Order are on trial, accused in a 21-count federal racketeering indictment of committing 67 crimes--including two murders, three armored car robberies and counterfeiting--while plotting the overthrow of the U.S. government.

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