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January 21, 1994 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-21

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Los Angeles (JTA) — Two
Southern California
skinhead leaders who had
plotted to start a race war
have been sentenced to
prison:
The young men, who called
themselves Fourth Reich
Skinheads, received prison
sentences even after they
and juvenile cohorts con-
victed in the plot underwent
a three-day sensitivity pro-
gram that included viewing
the film Schindler's List.
Christopher Fisher, 20, the
group's leader, was sentenc-
ed to eight years and one
month in prison. His co-
defendant, Carl Daniel
Boese, 17, received a
sentence of four years and
nine months. Both had
pleaded guilty to reduced
charges of making and using
explosives for criminal pur-
poses.
The two were arrested in
July as part of a widely
publicized sweep of white
supremacists in Southern
California. The sweep also
netted a half-dozen members
of two other racist groups,
the White Aryan Resistance
and the Church of the
Creator, a pseudo- Christian
sect that preaches that
blacks, Jews and others are
evil.
After an 18-month surveil-
lance by the FBI that in-
cluded infiltrating the
skinhead group, the subjects
were arrested in time to pre-
vent enacting of the first
part of Mr. Fisher's plan,
which was to kill Rodney
King, the black motorist
whose beating by white
police officers and the
policemen's subsequent ac-
quittals incited mass riots in
Los Angeles.

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Members of a white supremacist group.

The racists' plot also in-
cluded blowing up a land-
mark black church and
machine-gunning its con-
gregation, and sending
letter bombs to prominent
Jews in Orange County,
south of Los Angeles.
Mr. Fisher admitted that
he and his followers had
vandalized a synagogue in
the town of Westminster and
bombed two houses and a
car. No one was injured in
the attacks.
As part of plea bargains by
Mr. Fisher and Mr. Boese,
the chief federal prosecutor,
Marc Greenberg, proposed
that they and 10 teen-age
white supremacists be ex-
posed to a three-day program
of counseling and discus-
sions, primarily at the
Simon Wiesenthal Center in
Los Angeles but also with
representatives of the
American Jewish Com-
mittee.
As part of the program, the
skinheads talked with Holo-
caust survivors, met with
rabbis and black ministers,
held discussions with teen-
agers from minority groups
and viewed Schindler's List,
the Steven Spielberg film
about the Holocaust.
The skinheads also met
with convicted murderers
and other inmates at the
Men's Central Jail in Los
Angeles, an experience that
seemed to have made the
strongest impression on the
group.
Results of the novel ex-
periment, which was re-
ported at length on the front
pages of the New York Times
and the Los Angeles Times,
are not yet apparent or clear-
cut. ❑

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