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  Fugitive Racist Leader Is Captured in Missouri
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News DateFriday, May 1, 1987 10:00:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionLEAD: A fugitive white supremacist who reportedly threatened a war against blacks, Jews and the Federal Government and violated the terms of his bond, was captured today by agents who fired tear gas into a mobile home, the authorities said.

A fugitive white supremacist who reportedly threatened a war against blacks, Jews and the Federal Government and violated the terms of his bond, was captured today by agents who fired tear gas into a mobile home, the authorities said.

The former leader of the White Patriot Party, F. Glenn Miller Jr., was captured along with three other men, identified as Tony Wydra, Robert (Jack) Jackson and Douglas Sheets, said an agent of the Federal Bureau Investigation, Bob Davenport, and a United States Marshal, Lee Koury.

Mr. Miller, 46 years old, was convicted in North Carolina last year of operating a paramilitary training camp and was freed on bond pending appeal. He was charged in a warrant last week with violating the conditions of his bond and was wanted as a fugitive.

Last week the United States Attorney in Raleigh, N.C., Sam Currin, said that Mr. Miller had mailed 5,000 letters attacking Jews, blacks, homosexuals, Government officials and ''white race traitors.''
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