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NCJ Number: 171354 Find in a Library
Title: Drug War: Far Right Using Drugs to Finance Movement
Journal: Intelligence Report  Issue:88  Dated:(Fall 1997)  Pages:6-8
Editor(s): M Potok
Date Published: 1997
Page Count: 3
Type: Survey
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Right-wing criminals have long relied on bank robbery and financial scams to fund their subversive political activities, but some groups have now turned to drug smuggling as a source of income.
Abstract: Antigovernment and separatist groups are using drugs to buy weapons and finance other activities, and evidence to support this claim is growing. In Florida, law enforcement officials busted a $500,000-a-year marijuana operation that local, State, and Federal authorities believed was used to fund the right-wing underground. In Oregon, law enforcement officials determined three men convicted of operating a major methamphetamine laboratory invested heavily in the militia movement. The activities of specific individuals involved in using drugs to finance subversive political activities are detailed. 3 photographs
Main Term(s): Drug smuggling
Index Term(s): Amphetamines; Drug law offenses; Florida; Marijuana; Oregon; Revolutionary or terrorist groups; Subversive activities
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