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February 19, 1997 | From Associated Press
The leader of the Aryan Nations in Pennsylvania pleaded guilty Tuesday to plotting seven Midwest bank robberies and using the cash to further the white supremacist group's cause. Mark Thomas had pleaded not guilty Feb. 4, after he was indicted with four other men, all members or associates of the Aryan Republican Army. But his lawyer, David Maynard, said Tuesday that Thomas decided to change his plea.
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February 19, 1997 | From Associated Press
The leader of the Aryan Nations in Pennsylvania pleaded guilty Tuesday to plotting seven Midwest bank robberies and using the cash to further the white supremacist group's cause. Mark Thomas had pleaded not guilty Feb. 4, after he was indicted with four other men, all members or associates of the Aryan Republican Army. But his lawyer, David Maynard, said Tuesday that Thomas decided to change his plea.
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January 15, 1997 | JUDY PASTERNAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Twice now, Kevin McCarthy has testified about his introduction to the Aryan Republican Army. In October or November of 1994, he was living in Elohim City, a white-supremacist compound in Oklahoma near the Arkansas border. The Waffle House in Van Buren, Ark., was a short ride east along Interstate 40. McCarthy rendezvoused there with friends from his native Pennsylvania, Aryan Nations leader Mark Thomas and skinhead musician Scott Stedeford. With them were two other men.
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January 15, 1997 | JUDY PASTERNAK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Twice now, Kevin McCarthy has testified about his introduction to the Aryan Republican Army. In October or November of 1994, he was living in Elohim City, a white-supremacist compound in Oklahoma near the Arkansas border. The Waffle House in Van Buren, Ark., was a short ride east along Interstate 40. McCarthy rendezvoused there with friends from his native Pennsylvania, Aryan Nations leader Mark Thomas and skinhead musician Scott Stedeford. With them were two other men.
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