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September 9, 1997
Although the numbers of traditional white supremacist and other hate groups have decreased in the 1990s, a more insidious type of terror group--the so-called patriot movement--is on the rise, according to one speaker Monday at a symposium at the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Mark Potok, of the Southern Poverty Law Center, told 250 invited guests from law enforcement and human rights organizations that much of the patriot movement is nothing more than savvy hate groups in disguise.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 9, 1997
Although the numbers of traditional white supremacist and other hate groups have decreased in the 1990s, a more insidious type of terror group--the so-called patriot movement--is on the rise, according to one speaker Monday at a symposium at the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Mark Potok, of the Southern Poverty Law Center, told 250 invited guests from law enforcement and human rights organizations that much of the patriot movement is nothing more than savvy hate groups in disguise.
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April 18, 1996 | RICHARD A. SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is five miles to State Highway 120, 15 miles to the county seat of Claremont, 50 to the state capital of Concord and 500 to the federal center of power in Washington. Inside Ed Brown's two-story wood cabin between the Green and White mountains, there is a government of one. His. A year ago, Brown was known to few around here. His place is up along Blow-Me-Down Brook. His "No Trespassing" and "No Hunting" signs out front ward off any motorists or hikers who happen by.
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April 18, 1996 | RICHARD A. SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is five miles to State Highway 120, 15 miles to the county seat of Claremont, 50 to the state capital of Concord and 500 to the federal center of power in Washington. Inside Ed Brown's two-story wood cabin between the Green and White mountains, there is a government of one. His. A year ago, Brown was known to few around here. His place is up along Blow-Me-Down Brook. His "No Trespassing" and "No Hunting" signs out front ward off any motorists or hikers who happen by.
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April 5, 1996 | LOUIS SAHAGUN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While anti-government "freemen" involved in a standoff with federal agents in Jordan, Mont., met with negotiators Thursday, armed militia members were busy setting up base camps in the area, threatening to kill authorities if the incident ends in bloodshed. One of those groups, the Ohio Unorganized Militia of Columbiana County, has set up operations at a cabin near Winnet, Mont., about 75 miles west of Jordan.
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April 5, 1996 | LOUIS SAHAGUN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While anti-government "freemen" involved in a standoff with federal agents in Jordan, Mont., met with negotiators Thursday, armed militia members were busy setting up base camps in the area, threatening to kill authorities if the incident ends in bloodshed. One of those groups, the Ohio Unorganized Militia of Columbiana County, has set up operations at a cabin near Winnet, Mont., about 75 miles west of Jordan.
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