The abundant allegorical teachings of the Holy Bible shed more light into the mysteries of human life and experiences than any other authority on theology or theosophy.
Dees asked civil rights leader Julian Bond to serve as president, a largely honorary position; he resigned in but remained on the board of directors until his death in InDees and the Law 122 began filing civil lawsuits against Ku Klux Klan chapters and similar organizations for monetary damages on behalf of their victims.
The favorable verdicts from these suits served to bankrupt the KKK and other targeted organizations. That project, now called Hatewatch, was later expanded to include seven other types of hate organizations. Garner and Roy T. The SPLC has said it does not accept any portion of monetary judgements.
Amos consolidated with Nixon v.
Brewer in which the U. District Court for the Middle of Alabama ordered the state legislature to reapportion its election system.
The result of the decision, which was affirmed by the U. Supreme Court, was that 15 black legislators were elected in District Court judge Gabrielle McDonald  issued a preliminary injunction against the Klan, requiring them to cease intimidating, threatening, or harassing the Vietnamese.
They harassed and threatened others, including a white woman who had befriended blacks. InPerson became the lead plaintiff in Person v. The harassment and threats continued during litigation and the court issued an order prohibiting any person from interfering with others inside the courthouse.
Subsequently, the court dismissed the plaintiffs' claim for damages. Miller was sentenced to six months in prison followed by a three-year probationary period, during which he was banned from associating with members of any racist group such as the White Patriot Party.
Miller refused to obey the terms of his probation. He made underground "declarations of war" against Jews and the federal government before being arrested again. Found guilty of weapons violations, he went to federal prison for three years. We don't look at what we can collect.
It's what the jury thinks this egregious conduct is worth that matters, along with the message it sends. An Aryan Nations member held the Keenans at gunpoint.United States Code Title 35 - Patents [Editor Note: Current as of August 31, The Public Laws are the authoritative source and should be consulted if a need arises to verify the authenticity of the language reproduced below.
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