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Judge who oversaw Aryans trial to retire

The Idaho judge who presided over the Kootenai County civil trial that bankrupted the Aryan Nations in 2000 is retiring. Charles W. Hosack, 62, will step down at the end …


Dachau liberator ensures we never forget

The day’s bright sunshine was hiding behind a high overcast sky by the time Dee Eberhart arrived at Adolf Hitler’s oldest death factory. Eberhart, a battle-toughened GI from the Yakima …


Racist group leaves fliers on lawns

Residents of a north Coeur d’Alene subdivision awoke Friday to find racist fliers on their lawns, distributed as recruitment letters by Aryan Nations, a white supremacist group.q “I saw Aryan …


Racist recruiting effort disgusts CdA neighborhood

Many residents of a north Coeur d’Alene subdivision awoke Friday to find racist fliers on their lawns, distributed as recruitment letters by the white supremacist group, the Aryan Nations. “I …


Lawyer recounts legal rout of Aryan Nations

The Coeur d’Alene attorney who spearheaded the landmark civil lawsuit that bankrupted the Aryan Nations and its late leader, Richard Butler, in 2000 said Friday that the trial would not …


Tensions linger

The Aryan Nations no longer is the top concern of a leading human rights activist in North Idaho. Instead, Tony Stewart, co-founder of the Kootenai County Task Force on Human …


Aryan member accused of shooting at cop

An Aryan Nations member awaiting trial on hate-crime charges in Kootenai County is in jail in southwestern Washington, accused of shooting at a police officer during a standoff.


Hayden candidate faces hate crime charge

An Aryan Nations follower and Hayden City Council candidate will make his first appearance in court Monday for allegedly attacking a Hispanic man in a grocery store parking lot. Zachary …