Combining reenactments and interviews with the primary players involved, three separate cases in the early 1990s of individuals going undercover to infiltrate and thus bring down white supremacist activities are presented. This documentary posits that such undercover operations are one of if not the most most effective means of stopping these white supremacist activities. The first involves psychotherapist Karen Kearns, whose family was targeted by a local chapter of Aryan Nation led by Mark Thomas shortly after moving to the small community of Huff's Church, Pennsylvania. The threats against them was because they are a biracial family having adopted a Korean child. After contacting the FBI, Karen went undercover for several years reporting back to them of Mark's goings-on as the court appointed therapist for Mark's adolescent children. The second involves who was then ATF agent Dave Behrend going undercover shortly after moving to Alabama with his family, he and his colleague Bart ...