Roseann Moring
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
April 8, 2009

[efoods]JEFFERSON CITY –  A list of Missouri Information Analysis reports — obtained after controversy over one report said supporters of third-party candidates might be militia members — shows conservative groups aren’t the only subjects these reports.

The list, the result of a Freedom of Information request, shows that the subjects of reports include others about white supremacist groups, but also the New Black Panther Party and at least one about the anarchist movement.

The content of reports requested is awaiting a review before release.

Meanwhile, Rep. Jim Guest, R-King City, has sponsored a bill that would create a House committee to oversee MIAC.

Here is the full list of reports from the Missouri Highway Patrol:

• Fentanyl Alert: June 2006
• New Black Panther Party: June 2006
• National Socialist Movement: March 10, 2007
• Constitution Rangers: June 7, 2007
• Volksfront-White Supremacist Group: June 28, 2007
• Asatru-Odinism: July 19, 2007
• Black Separatism: Sept. 5, 2007
• Illicit Use of Digital Music Players: Jan. 18, 2008
• Leaderless Resistance: Aug. 6, 2008
• Sovereign Citizens Movement: Sept. 11, 2008
• American Radicalized Islamic Converts (ARICS): Nov. 4, 2008
• Anarchist Tactics: Nov. 8, 2008
• National Socialist Movement: Nov. 8, 2008
• Anarchist Movement: Dec. 2, 2008
• Modern Committees of Safety: Jan. 9, 2009
• The Modern Militia Movement: Feb. 20, 2009

Since the release of the latest report, Col. James Keathley has announced the patrol will be changing the way they oversee these reports.

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