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Former Neo-Nazi Thomas Martinez Discusses His Past.

Thomas Martinez. His book Brotherhood of Murder, details his involvement with The Order, the extremist, right wing hate group that was implicated in numerous bank robberies and three assassinations, including the murder of Denver talk show host Alan Berg. The book details how Martinez, who grew up in a white slum in Philadelphia, was persuaded by The Order's teachings and how he was recruited for the criminal activities that supported the group. He later turned informant for the FBI.

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Other segments from the episode on April 29, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 29, 1988: Interview with Thomas Martinez; Commentary on the music of Dr. John; Interview with Tony Auth; Review of Sandra Bernhard's one-woman show "Without You I'm…

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