Finding accurate information about MOVE can be a tedious process. Type in "MOVE Organization" in your search engine and you are likely to find page after page of MOVE's brand of revisionist history and boilerplate propaganda.
There are, however, places on the web where you can find more critical information about the group. The website of cult-researcher Rick Ross has a few articles about MOVE and a huge data base of information regarding mind control, the effects of cult involvement, problems stemming from leaving cults, etc...
Another place to find articles about MOVE is the archives at Philly.com. This website covers both the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Daily News. It's database is huge, but, in order to access the full text of articles, you need to pay a fee.
Two free sources of information where you can find information about Mumia and MOVE are the websites of the Philadelphia City Paper and the Philadelphia Weekly.
Over the years, there have been a number of books published dealing with MOVE, although anyone purchasing them should know that none of them deal with anything post-1985. You will probably have no chance at all to purchase these books at your local bookstore, as they have long been out of print. However, I was searching at Amazon.com and was able to find every book ever written about MOVE to date available for purchase.
They are the following:
"The MOVE Crisis in Philadelphia"
"Let the Bunker Burn"
"Burning Down the House"
"Discourse and Destruction"
(For the Marxist perspective on the MOVE bombing see) "Attention MOVE this is America"