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Financial crimes perpetrated by far-right extremists


Financial crimes perpetrated by far-right extremists

June 29, 2015

A new START research brief details fiancial crimes perpetrated by far-right extremists in the United States, 1990-2013. In an analysis of financial crime data from the Extremist Crime Database, START researchers found that far-right political or religious extremists in the United States engaged in various types of financial crimes, mostly tax avoidance, and were largely affiliated with the sovereign citizen movement.

The research brief is available for download here.