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In an attempt to collect a $12.8 million judgment against Davis Wolfgang Hawke, AOL plans to dig around his parents’ house in Medfield, contending that Hawke buried gold and platinum bars there.

In dispute with spammer, AOL hunts gold

Spurned by neo-Nazis, man sought online wealth

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / August 17, 2006

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In his junior year at Westwood High School, he walked into his history class, a Confederate flag pin on his chest, and declared, ``The South should have won!" In the hallways, he handed neo-Nazi leaflets to classmates . His senior year, he refused to participate in a graduation rehearsal because he would have had to march next to a black ... (Full article: 984 words)

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