Video Bar

Loading...

Monday, March 29, 2010

Christian Militia Raid by FBI: Hutaree Targeted for Threats Against Muslims, Hutaree Militia Use "World Net Daily" As A Info Source.

HUTAREE; Christian Warrior (info and image from their website) We believe that one day, as prophecy says, there will be an Anti-Christ Jesus wanted us to be ready to defend ourselves using the sword and stay alive using equipment. The only thing on earth to save the testimony and those who follow it, are the members of the testimony, til the return of Christ in the clouds. We, the Hutaree, are prepared to defend all those who belong to Christ and save those who aren’t. We will still spread the word, and fight to keep it, up to the time of the great coming.

Just some of the various information sources we (Hutaree) use;

Asia Times
Worthy Christian News
WorldNetDaily - A Free Press for a Free People
Jerusalem Post - Breaking News from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Jack Van Impe Ministries
Real Truth Magazine
The European Union Army

FOX NEWS….Hutaree Militia planned to kill a cop and then attack other cops at the funeral with IED’s, right wing radical blogs rush to defend the Hutaree Militia, see “Despite Record Levels of Islamic Terror in U.S., FBI raids Christian Groups.“

FBI tight-lipped about investigation of Michigan-based Christian group. ADRIAN, Mich. – The FBI said Sunday that agents conducted weekend raids in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio and arrested at least seven people, and a militia leader in Michigan said the target of at least one of the raids was a Christian militia group.


Official: Gun charges after FBI raids in Midwest. The arrests coincided with a series of FBI raids and arrests over the weekend across Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. The law enforcement action may be tied to an investigation of a Christian militia in Michigan that sees itself as "actively gearing up and training to fight along the side of Jesus Christ against the forces of Satan," according to a spokesman for another militia in the state who said he is familiar with the raids.

One of the raids in Ohio occurred at Bayshore Estates, a trailer park in Sandusky, a small city on Lake Erie between Toledo and Cleveland, park manager Terry Mills said. Authorities blocked off the street for about an hour Saturday night, he said.

Federal agents in Chicago, Indianapolis and Detroit confirmed the raids and arrests took place, but they declined to comment further because the arrest and search warrants are sealed. Two arrests also were reported in Ohio, but FBI officials there could not confirm if they were related to the weekend raids, according to Ohio media outlets
 
Investigators are expected to release more information today in the raid on a Christian militia group, the Hutaree, with one person involved in the militia movement suggesting the shadowy group had made threats against Muslims.
The Hutaree group claims Jesus is its "top general.""Obviously someone has a source or a wiretap or intel is coming to them in some form or fashion to trigger, 'Alright we are not going to let these guys take one step further in this operation. We are going to take them down,'" ABC News consultant and former FBI agent Brad Garrett said.

Federal officials have remained tightlipped about the three-state raid Sunday that nabbed seven people and arrest records have been sealed. Michael Lackomar, the leader of Southeast Michigan Volunteer Militia, a separate Michigan-based militia group, told ABC News he heard that threats toward Islamic groups made by extremist group the Hutaree may have fueled the arrests.



Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM