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Michigan-based Hutaree.com Group is center of FBI probe; Planed violent opposition to US Government, and attacks on law enforcement
A radical right wing fringe group based in Michigan and at the center of an FBI probe is awaiting the Anti-Christ.
Their website, which detailed plans to kill police officers, has this statement:
Agents have charged nine suspects in an April plan to attack law enforcement officials. The group's leader, David Brian Stone, is one of the charged.
In the court indictment, it was stated the group planned to "oppose by violence the US government" and that plans to kill police officers and clash with law enforcement officials were included in the strategy of their planned April attack.
Seven of the suspects are due to be arraigned in court today.
Fox News has reported that FBI Field Office Director Andrew Arena in Detroit, has said the case is an example of "radical and extremist fringe groups" found throughout society.
The Christian-faith based group has a "Doctrine of Hutaree" which advocates that believes stand firmly in opposition to a corrupt government. A YouTube video put out by the group depicts camouflaged members with high-powered rifles preparing for a final battle of the forces of good and evil. Weapons are fired in the two minute segment.
One video that has been viewed more than 21,000 times, can be found on its YouTube channel and reveals the groups militia training.
Group was Listed with 512 Right Wing Extremist Patriot Groups Compiled by Southern Poverty Law Center
Hutaree was one of more than 500 right wing extremist "Patriot" groups listed on the Southern Poverty Law Center's compilation of groups which posed a threat to United States Government and society.
The SPLC had put out a report reveal a 244% increase in right wing militia groups under the Obama administration, and had pointed out the heightened dangers of an increased domestic terrorism presence in the US.
A spokesman for the Southeast Michigan Volunteer Militia, Michael Lackomar, told the Associated Press that one of his team leaders got a frantic phone call Saturday evening from Hutaree members concerning a raid on their property in southeast Michigan by agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.