Right-wing Christian Militia members arrested for terrorist plot
Arrested are (so their digital footprints are engraved for the world to see):
David Brian Stone, 45 (ringleader)
Tina Stone, 44 (wife)
Joshua Matthew Stone, 21 (son)
David Brian Stone Jr., 19, of Adrian, MI (son)
Joshua Clough, 28, of Blissfield, MI
Michael Meeks, 40, of Manchester, MI
Thomas Piatek, 46, of Whiting, IN
Krisopher Sickles, 27, of Sandusky, OH
Jacob Ward, 33, of Huron, OH
A violent and isolated group of white Christian terrorists in Michigan were arrested for plotting a domestic terrorist plot to murder police officers. They were armed to the teeth with guns and bombs and spent 18 months to make this a reign of terror. They espoused conservative ideals such as Nazism, fascism, and hatred for the U.S. government.
Christian militia members held for plot to kill policeman and bomb funeral
Nine members of a rightwing Christian militia in the US were charged yesterday with plotting to murder a policeman and then bomb his funeral in an attempt to provoke an anti-government uprising.
Eight of the Michigan-based group, which includes one woman, were arrested at the weekend in raids in three states, amid warnings from civil rights groups of a surge in the number of extremist militias and "patriot" organisations that see the government as the enemy. A ninth person remained at large as charges of sedition and the planned use of weapons of mass destruction were issued.
The members of the group, called Hutaree, allegedly planned to kill the policeman and plant improvised bombs – modelled on those used by insurgents in Iraq – along the route of his funeral, to murder other officers and mourners.
Hutaree, which the group says means Christian warrior, is described by prosecutors as advocating attacks on law enforcement agencies as the "foot soldiers" of the federal government.
"This is an example of radical and extremist fringe groups which can be found throughout our society," said Andrew Arena, the FBI agent in charge of the investigation in Michigan. "The FBI takes such extremist groups seriously."
Hutaree describes its doctrine as based on the testimony of Jesus and warns of a looming battle with the antichrist. "The Hutaree will one day see its enemy and meet him on the battlefield, if so God wills it," the group says in its literature.
Among the forums on the group's website is one dealing with weapons, and another called the "evil Jew forum".
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