Here is some information on the JDL:
What exactly is the JDL?
by @ Friday October 10, 2003 12:13 AM
In May of 2000, JDL member Glenn Spencer along with Arizona rancher Roger Barnett, sent out invitations to anti-immigrant groups across the USA to come to Arizona for some "Fun in the Sun" and hunt down Mexicans crossing the border. The "flyer" offered a free stay on a ranch to anyone willing to drive down to the Arizona/Mexico border in their cars, trucks or RV's. As a consequence of this action, many Mexican immigrant workers lost their lives or were injured. The group of vigilantes boasted to the US media of illegally arresting hundreds of Mexican immigrant workers. Rancher Roger Barnett, sporting a military assault rifle with a hunting scope, told USA Today Magazine that he was "prepared to kill Mexicans" if he had to.
The above is from: http://aztlan.net/spencerterror.htm
Within a year the group had graduated from vigilantism and demonstrations against alleged anti-Semites to burglarizing the files of the PLO U.N. Mission and launching attacks on Soviet diplomatic, trade, and tourism offices and personnel. According to the FBI, the JDL was responsible for at least 37 terrorist acts in the United States in the period from 1968-1983, while the International Terrorism: Attributes of Terrorist Events (ITERATE) database developed on behalf of the United States Central Intelligence Agency by Edward F. Mickolus recorded 50 such incidents from 1968-1987, making the JDL second only to the Puerto Rican FALN (q.v.) as the major domestic terrorist group. Nonetheless the JDL is a legally incorporated political action group and has officially disavowed responsibility for any violent actions carried out by its members. Bombings accounted for 78 percent of all JDL terrorist activities; shootings accounted for 16 percent; while arson attacks, vandalism, kidnapping, threats, and verbal harassment accounted for the rest.
From 1969 to 1985 the JDL targeted mainly the representatives of governments perceived to be anti-Israeli or anti-Semitic, most of which were directed against Soviet targets. Thus the JDL bombed the San Francisco branch of the Iranian Bank Melli on 26 January 1981 and bombed the Iraqi U.N. Mission on 28 April 1982 to protest the mistreatment of Jews in those two countries. The JDL once bombed the office of impresario Sol Hurok, who helped arrange performances of Soviet ballet troupes in the United States, which caused the death of one employee. For the most part, these attacks seemed intended to intimidate but not to kill their victims. Beginning late in 1985, however, the targeting shifted to individuals suspected of being anti-Israeli or anti-Semitic, and the attack mode became much more lethal. On 11 October 1985, the Los Angeles offices of the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) was bombed, killing the ADC director Alex Odeh, who had sought to rationalize the actions of the hijackers of the Achille Lauro on a local newscast the previous evening. On 15 August 1985, a sixty-one-year-old Waffen-SS veteran, Tsherim Soobzokov, was bombed at his Paterson, N.J., home and later died of his wounds. In such attacks an anonymous caller would claim the action in the name of the JDL, and afterward an official JDL spokesman would disavow the group's responsibility. In 1987 several JDL members were convicted on a variety of criminal charges, and since then there has been no record of JDL terrorist activity.
The above is from: http://www.securitymanagement.com/library/000248.html
JDL members have been accused by the FBI and CIA of 37-50 terrorist attacks, including:
Bombing of the San Francisco branch of Melli, an Iranian bank, in 1981.
Bombing the Iraqi UN mission in 1982.
Bombing the offices of Sol Hurok, who organized performances of Soviet ballet in the United States (resulting in one death).
Bombing the Los Angeles offices of the Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee in 1985 (killing its director, Alex Odeh).
Killing Tsherim Soobzokov (a Waffen-SS veteran) in a bomb attack in 1985.
In these cases an anonymous caller would claim JDL responsibility for the bombing, which was then denied by the JDL leadership, although often they would say that, although they had nothing to do with it themselves, they were happy the attacks had occurred: for example JDL chairman Irv Rubin said Odeh "got what he deserved", although they insist the attack was done by Arabs, not by them. (Sources: , )
The above is from: http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/JDL
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