Associated Press, Nov. 21, 2002
SANTA ANA, Calif. — An alleged leader of a white supremacist group pleaded innocent Wednesday to possession of bomb making materials.
Christine Greenwood, 28, also had bail reduced from $100,000 to $25,000. Her next hearing was set for Dec. 2.
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Greenwood and her boyfriend, John Patrick McCabe, 23, are charged with two counts of possessing bomb-making material and an enhancement allegation of promoting gang membership in white supremacist groups.
Authorities identified Greenwood as the co-founder of Women for Aryan Unity and an organizer of the Aryan Baby Drive. She and McCabe, already in prison, also were identified as members of the militant group Blood and Honor.
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