And not a moment too soon; the Sesquicentennial needs no liars
Was it Tony Perkins, Family Research Council chief, when demanding an SPLC apology for slandering his group’s stand on the traditional meaning of marriage? Or Izzy Lyman, a writer having reported that fact while the complicit MSM stood around waiting for their ready-to-eat script’s arrival from the defendants themselves [details on page 5]?
Then there’s the more experienced
How about those 22 Congressmen and numerous others in the conservative movement who signed a Dec. 17 statement decrying the SPLC’s “liberal fund-raising machine trying to shut down informed discussion on important public policy issues”? It effectively dispatched the SPLC “to the same ideological ghetto that the NAACP now occupies in the eyes of White America,” as Hunter Wallace, another contender for this paper’s rare honest journalism prize, opines on page 20. We aren’t applauding anybody’s effort “above and beyond the call of duty” prematurely, as it behooves every patriot, public official and true reporter to execute his office without waiting to get “stimulated” toward some certain position or blind spot. And, besides, let’s hear from all of the sleuths who’ve flipped those rocks under which such low lifes hide when not out scavenging.
There’s “the Wizardess” – as
a badly misinformed, SPLC-stimulated Montgomery
Advertiser newspaper once called Patricia Godwin to its regret. She and her
husband Butch, both very active in Southern events, also didn’t spare the
invective after discovering their annual
But the Godwins refused to allow any partisan politicking from that front porch, not even for their good friend Tom Parker, viz:
A traitor walks among us. Beware!
By Patricia Godwin
Butch and I attended a meeting Monday night in
We have known that a traitor was among us for several years. The SPLC had sent their spy here to the Forrest party trying to derail Judge Tom Parker’s campaign for the Alabama State Supreme Court. Their efforts proved fruitless...Judge Parker won by a landslide! After that, I said if and when I found out who that useless piece of parasitical matter was, “he” would rue the day! Now this year we have had a spy here, working with Rose Sanders and the Freedom Foundation. I am suspecting that there’s a connection, details of which I’ll not list just now.
So many incidents through the years led us to suspect Bill Cox; too many to go into right now. My heart was telling me, “No,” but logic said “Yes.” I had always “teased” Bill about his cell phone conversations being the “Bob Newhart” routine...that Laurie did not exist. So, every time I saw Bill, when he gave me a hug and kiss, I’d always say, “How’s the wife?”
Well, we have finally learned that “the wife” is
indeed very real! She is the current
Senior Intelligence Analyst for the SPLC and has been for years. The address I
have for Bill Cox is a P. O. Box at
Bill Cox purported himself to be a man of God, praying
such beautiful prayers and serving the Sons of Confederate Veterans as
chaplain. He even asked for our prayers during the critical times of his cancer
treatments. His biker group raised more than $3,000 by selling tickets on an
AR-15 at $5 a pop. Butch and I bought a bunch. But, when a traitor comes to
I am wondering about his “Confederate ancestor,” and suspect somebody “tip-toed” through the tombstones to find one in order that he might infiltrate the SCV! He has joined every Confederate/Heritage group around here, and for some reason split off, forming a camp/chapter of his own, plus the Council of Conservative Citizens – that organization always publicly labeled by the SPLC as a hate group. Guess Bill’s wife was instrumental in that “analysis”!
Thus “the Wizardess.” Now we move to:
Profiles of 40 antigovernment leaders
The above headline appears on the net, compliments of
the SPLC, which Leonard Wilson, a staff member of the Council of Conservative
Citizens, calls an epitome of hypocrisy. For, in that article, he finds our
scalawag of the decade named initially. As first of the
“After alienating most of his former pals, Ainsworth recently began looking for new underlings in the burgeoning neo- Confederate movement, helping to start a group called the Confederate States of America (CSA) with another militia veteran, Bill Cox. But Ainsworth had a falling-out with Cox last fall, accusing him and another CSA official of being informants.”
Mike Whorton, who directs
the League of the South’s annual parade and gathering in the city park at
A traitor? How could that be? Was it not Bill Cox who bailed SCV
officer Wyatt Willis out of jail when he got arrested for picketing the State
Capitol Christmas tree in 2001? At that time the mediacracy
was preparing all for another invasion of
“Coming quickly to Wyatt’s aid,” notes Patricia Godwin, “is typical of how those agents provocateur ingratiate themselves into our confidences.” Her husband agrees, saying: “The professional spy looks and acts just like you or I. That is, he could be any one of us.”
Dr. Hill: “Here is what our investigation turned up over the past couple of years: 1) one of our members has in his possession a photocopy of Bill Cox’s marriage certificate to one Laurie Wood; 2) Ms. Wood is an analyst at the SPLC and an instructor at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center; 3) Ms. Wood is also listed as a member of the Countering Violent Extremism Working Group, which is run by the Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council (see www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/hsac_cve_ working_group_recommendations.pdf); 4) Mr. Cox and Ms. Wood are now living in the home of one Rhonda Brownstein, former legal director of the SPLC.
“I spoke to Mr. Cox by phone last week and he admitted to his marriage to Laurie Wood. He also admitted to keeping this fact a secret from the League of the South and other groups with which he associated.”
League of the South member Caleb Whorton: “I have a nomination of Bill Cox for Scalawag of the Month.”
However, some feel that at this critical moment in
their Southern nation’s struggle to honor its remnants of principled human
dignity that’s a bit too mild.
Activist Ellen Williams: “No longer is there a mystery as to how photos that were taken of me, Leonard Wilson and Judge Parker at Mrs. Martin’s funeral appeared in the SPLC’s magazine, Intelligence Report. No longer is it a mystery how the SPLC learned that I had been hired by a local newspaper.
“We Southerners are friendly and trusting because it is in our culture to tell the truth and be hospitable. But we also have long memories.
“ ‘This was the most unkindest cut of all.’ (Julius Caesar from the Play by the same name.)”
So who gets the main credit for breaking this story?
Larry Darby is a
“I simply did my duty as a leader of the CofCC and reported the matter to my superiors, then called a meeting of local members. Cox was invited to come there and refute the charges if he could. At this Alabama Capital Region Chapter of the Council of Conservative Citizens, I really had nothing to offer beyond information that is available from SPLC publications and the public records.”
Mr. Darby had just happened to stumble upon information that tied Bill Cox to the SPLC by way of marriage. That spy nest’s Intelligence Report, Summer 2001, with its above cited article, “False Patriots,” noted the Florida militia leader Rick Ainsworth having a falling out with Cox and accusing him of being an informant. Mentioned was another informant who remained, perhaps for reasons known to Potok and Company, unnamed.
Laurie Wood had gone to work with the SPLC in November 1991, Darby learned, her job specifically the Klanwatch Project which is now known simply as Klanwatch. Keeping an eye on its “Militia Task Force,” according to a September 2003 article, her name appears on the Intelligence Report masthead as SPLC’s “Senior Intelligence Analyst.”
Didn’t anybody ever teach this gal at the Southern Puberty Lechery Center – or her beau – about counter-intelligence? With all the information that’s flying about these days, flipping rocks under which spooks hide takes only a few computer keystrokes followed by some professional field work.
After driving over to the
Laurie Wood married Willis Cox, Jr., in
Following wherever the trail of clues led him, Darby
discovered that both Cox and Wood have shared multiple addresses over the
years, currently residing in an upscale Old Cloverdale home owned by Rhonda
Brownstein, former legal director of the SPLC. She left the SPLC last Summer to go teach at a law school in
Darby photographed Cox’s motorcycle and suburban “war wagon” at this current residence, giving such counterintelligence to the leaders of two patriot organizations. They later also observed those vehicles at Brownstein’s home, a pair of LoS officers afterwards confronting traitor Cox with the revelations, whereupon he admitted to the sordid truth of his longtime actions as an agent provocateur.
At this point the investigating attorney got a
go-ahead from CofCC headquarters in
“I trust the reports made by those two men. I find where Bill Cox broke no laws, his error a lack of morality and judgment; betrayal. This is because he is a member of several businesses that are consistently targeted by the SPLC and he has been a local leader in several of these businesses. In legal terms, Cox violated the “business judgment rule” which holds that an officer/ leader of a business has a duty to act (1) in good faith, (2) in a reasonable and prudent manner and (3) consistent with the desires of the owners of the business.
“I have talked with leaders of some of the named businesses and no one reports Bill Cox ever having disclosed his peculiar relationship with the senior intelligence analyst of the SPLC. Each person with whom I talked is greatly concerned over Cox’s lack of morality demonstrated by his failure to disclose his ties to the SPLC. There is a general consensus that Cox has betrayed us by failing to disclose his ties to the SPLC. Many of us perceived him as being rather impecunious, yet it turns out his wife is a long term, high ranking official with the SPLC. Surely Cox has enjoyed his wife’s income and hospital insurance over the decades. You might speak to others who recently donated money to Cox by way of a motorcycle club benefit in his behalf. Surely none who gave money to help pay his bills believed he was tied to an SPLC employee.
“Almost every person with whom I’ve discussed the evidence stated that this new knowledge causes certain things to make better sense of information or photographs having appeared in the SPLC publications. In short, the evidence shows that Cox has betrayed some of those businesses and his fellow members therein for not disclosing his relationship with the SPLC, an enemy to conservatism, secession and Southron heritage.”
Time for debate – not hate
When Morris Dees addressed students and faculty in
Childress joined the circle of reporters surrounding
Speaking nary a word,
Attorney Kirk Lyons didn’t care for that case. Edgar Steele chided him: “If I were in that part of the country, I’d jump on this!”
Another chance to confront
After much jungle rhythm,
At the exit passing out papers, Childress surprised an emerging Bill Cox – there “as one of the protesters.” Replied the editor: “Funny I didn’t see you among them.”
Morris Dees, Tony Perkins of the Family Research
Council, Bill Cox and the public are invited to join The First Freedom in front of the SPLC at on