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May 21, 1995 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jack Maxwell Oliphant, who hates people of color, Israel, politicians of any party, informers, the Federal Reserve Board, the federal government, the court and monetary systems, and agents of the FBI, IRS, and ATF, swerves his truck on a rutted road leading to his mountain hideaway to miss a rattlesnake. Oliphant, a survivalist and spiritual godfather of the Arizona militia movement, likes rattlesnakes.
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May 21, 1995 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jack Maxwell Oliphant, who hates people of color, Israel, politicians of any party, informers, the Federal Reserve Board, the federal government, the court and monetary systems, and agents of the FBI, IRS, and ATF, swerves his truck on a rutted road leading to his mountain hideaway to miss a rattlesnake. Oliphant, a survivalist and spiritual godfather of the Arizona militia movement, likes rattlesnakes.
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June 16, 1987
U.S. District Judge Roger Strand in Phoenix dismissed arguments that three members of a radical right-wing group did not intend to go through with plans to rob an armored car and sentenced each of them to four years in prison. Authorities claimed Jack Maxwell Oliphant, Monte Dayton Ross and Daniel Taylor Arthur, members of the Arizona Patriots, planned to use stolen money to build a survival camp for white supremacists in Kingman. The men pleaded guilty to conspiracy in the planned heist.
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