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March 11, 1988 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-11

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Witnesses Describe
Hate Groups' Goals

New York (JTA) — Two pros-
ecution wittnesses testifying
at the Fort Smith, Ark., trial
of 14 hate group leaders de-
scribed a coalition of anti-
Semitic, racist paramilitary
groups that planned a series
of crimes in 1983 intended to
lead to the overthrow of the
federal government. The wit-
nesses, James Ellison and
Kerry Noble, are former lead-
ers of the survivalist group
The Covenant, the Sword and
the Arm of the Lord.
They told the jury in federal
district court of a 1983 plan to
initiate murders and rob-
beries intended to cause dis-
ruption and chaos in large
cities, race riots and a "chain
reaction" that would end in
the ultimate overthrow of the
federal government and its
replacement with an all-
white "Aryan Nation."

Their testimony is central
to the government's case
against the 14 defendants,
ten of whom are charged with
"seditious conspiracy." All 14
have pleaded not guilty. Elli-
son and Noble are unindicted
co-conspirators testifying

Netanyahu: PLO Seeks
To Murder Peace

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under the federal witness-
protection program.
Among those charged are
Richard Butler, so-called
pastor of the Church of Jesus
Christ-Christian of the Aryan
Nations; Robert Miles, former
Ku Klux Klansman and so-
called pastor of the Mountain
Church Jesus Christ the
Saviour in Cohoctah, Mich.,
site of several white suprem-
acist meetings; and Louis
Beam, former grand dragon of
the Ku Klux Klan and so-
called ambassadorat-large of
the Aryan Nations who set up
a computer network bulletin
board between different ex-
tremist groups.
The two witnesses said that
various groups stepped up
violent and illegal activities
following the 1983 meeting
among them. They also said
that The Order, an offshoot of
the Aryan Nations, was
founded after the meeting;
The Order robbed more than
$4 million from armored cars
in California and Washington
state in order to raise money
to be shared by the various
groups to finance their ac-
tivities.

United Nations (JTA) —
Citing an escalation of ter-
rorist attacks against Israeli
civilians and an attempt on
the life of Secretary of State
George Shultz in Jerusalem
last week, Israel accused the
Palestine Liberation
Organization Tuesday of try-
ing "to murder the idea of
peace" in the Middle East.
The acusation was contain-
ed in a letter from Irael's am-
bassador to the United Na-
tions, Benjamin Netanyahu,
to U.N. Secretary General
Javier Perez de Cuellar.
Netanyahu said that the
terrorist hijacking Monday of
a bus in the Negev, which
resulted in the deaths of three
Israelis and the wounding of
10 others, and other recent at-
tacks were part of a PLO cam-
paign "not only to kill Israelis
and to annihilate Israel, but
to murder the idea of peace
itself."
He noted that all of the at-
tacks were carried out by Al
Fatah, the main branch of the
PLO headed by Yasir Arafat;
"all were directed against
civilians in the heart of
Israel; all were timed to scut-

tie progress toward peace
negotiations, as is readily ap-
parent by the attempt to
murder Secretary Shultz."
Netanyahu was referring to
a booby-trapped car
discovered last Friday near
Shultz's hotel in Jerusalem.
It was safely dismantled.

Taba Case
In Final Phase

Geneva (JTA) — Israel and
Egypt are preparing to pre-
sent oral arguments in the
final phase of the binding ar-
bitration process to decide
ownership of 14 disputed sites
along the Israel-Sinai border,
including the resort area of
Taba.
The pleas of both sides will
be heard by a five-member in-
ternational arbitration board.
The presentation is schedul-
ed for March 14-28, with a
break for the Passover-Easter
holidays, and resumption for
one week on April 12.
After that, the panel will
begin deliberations and write
its report, which may take up
to several months.

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