A former employee of the Southern Poverty Law Center has written a stinging critique in the New Yorker, confirming that not all was as it seemed at the non-profit that labels organizations at odds with its views on marriage, sexuality, Islam and other issues “hate groups.”
“We were part of the con, and we knew it,” wrote Bob Moser in his article about SPLC.
His comments were triggered by SPLC’s firing of founder Morris Dees.
It was just the latest trouble for SPLC. WND reported the American Freedom Law Center sued two Michigan officials for a policy directive that targets groups based on SPLC’s hate-group designation.
In January, two SPLC [READ MORE HERE]