Aryan Nations members at Hayden Lake, Idaho in 1995. Buford
(second from right), at the time an Aryan Nations guard
Debra Matthews, right, with Butlerís wife at a
1986 Klan rally
children and adults to safety in the wake of Buford O. Furrow Jr's
Aug. 10, 1999, attack
on the North Valley Jewish Community Center. (Pasadena
Star News photo by Hans Gutknecht)
Buford booking photo
A police mug of Buford O'Neal Furrow, also known as Buford O.
Furrow Jr., is shown in this undated photo.
Buford O'Neal Furrow Jr. , is led out of federal court in Las
Vegas, in this, Aug. 11, 1999, file photo, after he waived his right
to an extradition hearing. The Washington state Department of
Corrections announced, Wednesday, March 12, 2008, it will pay $2.25
million to five children who were shot or traumatized in the 1999
shooting by a Washington parolee at a California Jewish community
Los Angeles Police Chief Bernard Parks, speaks
at a news conference in Los Angeles seen in this Aug. 18,
file photo displays two evidence photos of the weapons allegedly
used by murder suspect Buford O. Furrow.
US Postal Service carrier
Joseph Ileto who was Filipino American