Aho, James Alfred. This thing of darkness: a sociology of the enemy. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1994.
Belew, Kathleen. Bring the War Home: the white power movement and paramilitary America. Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, 2018.
Bock, Alan W. Ambush at Ruby Ridge: how government agents set Randy Weaver up and took his family down. Irvine, Calif. : Dickens Press, 1995.
Botting, James. Bullets, Bombs and Fast Talk: twenty-five years of FBI war stories. Washington, D.C. : Potomac Books, 2008.
Brown, Tony D., and Jackie J. Brown. The First Canary: the inside story of Ruby Ridge and a decade of cover-up. Colburn, Idaho : Big Pine Pub, 2000.
Walter, Jess. Every knee shall Bow: the truth and tragedy of Ruby Ridge and the Randy Weaver family. New York: Regan Books, 1995.
Weaver, Randy and Sara. The Federal Siege at Ruby Ridge: in our own words. Marion, MT: Ruby Ridge, Inc., 1998.
Weaver, Sara. From Ruby Ridge to Freedom: the Sara Weaver story. [Place of publication not identified]: Overboard Books, 2012.
Goodman, Barak, and Emily Singer Chapman, producers, written by Barak Goodman & Don Kleszy, directed by Barak Goodman, senior producer, Susan Bellows. Ruby Ridge. An Ark Media production for American experience. Arlington, Virginia: PBS, 2017.
U.S. Department of Justice Report of the Ruby Ridge Task Force to the Office of Professional Responsibility of Investigation of Allegations of Improper Governmental Conduct in the Investigation, Apprehension and Prosecution of Randall C. Weaver and Kevin L. Harris., June 10, 1994: Report. https://www.justice.gov/sites/default/files/opr/legacy/2006/11/09/rubyreportcover_39.pdf. Accessed August 24, 2018.
Ruby Ridge Incident. FBI Vault. https://vault.fbi.gov/Ruby%20Ridge%20Incident. Accessed August 24, 2018.
Office of the Inspector General. A Review of Allegations of a Double Standard of Discipline at the FBI. November 15, 2002. Table of Contents. https://oig.justice.gov/special/0211/index.htm. Accessed August 24, 2018.
Justice Department: https://www.justice.gov/
Barnes, Edward. “A rare visit with the rebel of Ruby Ridge.” Time. 5/29/1995, Vol. 145 Issue 22, page 24.
Grier, Peter. “Federal officials under fire at Ruby Ridge hearings.” Christian Science Monitor. 9/8/95, Vol. 87 Issue 199, page 4.
A Selection of Newspaper Articles
Ashton, Linda. “Candidate Used Standoff to Capitalize on His Theme of God, Guns and Gritz.” Deseret News, The (Salt Lake City, UT), September 3, 1992: page A24.
Ashton, Linda. “Ex-Green Beret, Bo Gritz, Negotiated End of Idaho Standoff.” The San Francisco Chronicle. September 3, 1992: page A13.
Associated Press. “Fugitive ends 11-day siege at his cabin.” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, September 1, 1992: page 4.
Associated Press. “Appeal from his Cohorts Helped Sway Supremacist.” Deseret News, The (Salt Lake City, UT), September 1, 1992: page A1.
“End of a Standoff.” Oregonian, The (Portland, OR), September 2, 1992: page E10.
Grygiel, Chris. “Randy Weaver she liked them as neighbors Orofino woman who lived near Weavers says she never had bad feelings for the family.” Lewiston Morning Tribune (ID), September 4, 1992.
“Lawyer says feds out to get Weaver.” The Seattle Times.” September 3, 1992: page B2.
Morlin, Bill. “Journalist was eyewitness to tragedy, nightmare of Ruby Ridge.” The Spokesman Review. Sun., Feb. 12, 2017, 2:59 p.m. http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2017/feb/12/journalist-was-eyewitness-to-tragedy-nightmare-of-/. Accessed November 26, 2018.
Norton, Dee. “Forged Letter Helps Open Door to Weaver’s Surrender.” The Seattle Times. September 1, 1992: page A1.
Norton, Dee. “Weaver, Girls Still in Cabin, Harris Gives Up.” The Seattle Times. August 31, 1992: page D1.
Norton, Dee. “Weaver Backed, Feds Ripped, Area Residents React to Standoff.” The Seattle Times., August 24, 1992: page B1.
Porterfield, Elaine. “Marshals Seek a Peaceful End to Idaho Siege: White Supremacist’s Supporter Charged in Slaying of Marshal.” The News Tribune, August 24, 1992: page A1.
Porterfield, Elaine. “’Misplaced Loyalty’ Led Weaver’s Friend to Mountain Cabin, Ex-Girlfriend Says.” The News Tribune, August 23, 1992: page A18.
Ranalli, Ralph. “Cabin offers glimpse into another world.” Boston Herald (MA), September 1, 1992: page 1.
Vestal, Shawn. “A jolt of life to racists 25 years on.” Spokesman-Review, The (Spokane, WA), 1 Main ed., 20 Aug. 2017, page 13A.
This page updated by rjoiner on November 26, 2018.