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August 18, 1999 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Four local members of what is described as the nation's largest racist skinhead group have been indicted by a grand jury in the attempted murder of an African American man, authorities said Tuesday. The unprovoked assault with a bottle and a knife was "one of the most egregious incidents of racial violence that has occurred in Riverside County," said Dist. Atty. Grover Trask. The victim, a 23-year-old resident of Murrieta in southern Riverside County, was taunted with racial slurs, chased, struck on the head with a beer bottle and slashed with a knife, prosecutors alleged.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 18, 1999 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Four local members of what is described as the nation's largest racist skinhead group have been indicted by a grand jury in the attempted murder of an African American man, authorities said Tuesday. The unprovoked assault with a bottle and a knife was "one of the most egregious incidents of racial violence that has occurred in Riverside County," said Dist. Atty. Grover Trask. The victim, a 23-year-old resident of Murrieta in southern Riverside County, was taunted with racial slurs, chased, struck on the head with a beer bottle and slashed with a knife, prosecutors alleged.
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April 19, 1996
A Cathedral City man has been found guilty of violating the civil rights of a Mexican national in a 1995 race-motivated beating in a park. After a two-day trial without a jury, U.S. District Judge James Ideman found Robert A. Makowski, 31, guilty Wednesday of interfering with the federally protected activities of Felix Milward. The incident began when Makowski's son almost hit Milward with his bicycle while Milward was jogging in a park.
NEWS
April 19, 1996
A Cathedral City man has been found guilty of violating the civil rights of a Mexican national in a 1995 race-motivated beating in a park. After a two-day trial without a jury, U.S. District Judge James Ideman found Robert A. Makowski, 31, guilty Wednesday of interfering with the federally protected activities of Felix Milward. The incident began when Makowski's son almost hit Milward with his bicycle while Milward was jogging in a park.
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