Jury out in white supremacist’s case

A federal jury began deliberating yesterday in the case of a Washington County white supremacist charged with making pipe bombs and telling others how to make explosives.

David W. Hull, 41, the self-proclaimed imperial wizard of the White Knights, a splinter group of the Ku Klux Klan, has been on trial since May 11 before U.S. District Judge Gary L. Lancaster.

Hull, of Amwell, is charged with providing a pipe bomb to an informant, possessing a silencer, instructing others about how to make pipe bombs and tampering with a witness in an effort to produce false testimony about what he had done.

Federal prosecutors said he illegally possessed two pipe bombs and a silencer in July 2002, exploded a pipe bomb in October 2002 and gave a pipe bomb to a confidential FBI informant in November 2002.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, USA
may 27, 2004

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