Joan Humphrey Lefkow, the U.S. District Judge once allegedly targeted for murder by Matthew Hale after she ruled that he could no longer call his white supremacist group the World Church of the Creator because another group had copyrighted the name, found two bodies in her basement that are believed to be her husband and her mother. Hale came to national attention in 1999 when a follower went on a shooting spree in Illinois, killing two and wounding nine.