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Beyond the Bombing:
South Carolina

In the early months of 1995, the South Carolina Civilian Militia began actively recruiting in the Greenville- Spartanburg area, seeking, in particular, pilots and those with military skills. The militia's self-proclaimed leader, Ian Roebuck, a preacher, claims 80 members in several counties. Roebuck and "information officer" R. C. Davenport disclaim any ties with white supremacist organizations, but advance the notion, standard in the militia movement. that the United States is on course to succumb to a United Nations-led tyranny.

ADL Fact Finding Report, "Beyond the Bombing: The Militia Menace Grows," Anti-Defamation League, 1995.

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