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Neo-Nazi Arrest #542604

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 27, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Denver, Colorado) Arrest of neo-Nazi leader Bruce C. Pierce, suspect in murder of Denver radio host Alan Berg and other crimes, examined; films shown. Pierce noted leader of anti-Semitic, white supremacist organization The Order. [BERG - mocks audience.] [FBI agent John BURKE - considers Pierce dangerous; notes his arsenal.]
REPORTER: Roger O'Neil

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Atlanta, Georgia) Rising popularity of right-wing orgs. based on race hatred especially in Georgia and North Carolina, examined; films shown. [Ku Klux Klan MBRS. - explain their purpose.] Groups' aim to exterminate blacks and Jews in US noted; paramil. organization The Confederate Knights leader Glen Miller reported changing organization's name recently to the White Patriots Party and threatening guerrilla war against United States government [MILLER - considers Jews their main enemy; espouses anti-Semitic rhetoric, philosophy.] [Ku Klux Klan leader Joe GRADY - claims all white supremacist groups are allied.] [National Anti-Klan Network spokesperson Lynn WELLS - notes such orgs. have same goals as Adolf Hitler and Nazis; believes violence will increase unless active prosecution conts.]
REPORTER: David Hazinski

Reporter(s):
Hazinski, David;
Mudd, Roger;
O'Neil, Roger
Duration:
00:04:20

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