Robert Spencer is the author of the far right blog "Jihad Watch", he is the one in the photo with the beer bottle. "A Christian militia group--called the "Hutaree"--preparing to battle the Antichrist and supposedly targeting Muslims, has been raided by the FBI and Joint Terrorism Task Force, and nine of its members have been arrested. These raids and the alleged Christian character of the militia, as well as its rumored targeting of Muslims, are a mainstream media dream come true--a few years back the BBC featured an improbable inversion-of-reality drama about Christians beheading Muslims, and now, lo and behold, it seems to have come to life".
For years now we have heard, in the indelible formulation of Rosie O'Donnell, that "radical Christianity is just as dangerous as radical Islam (the Hutarre Militia proves such a point)," and yet proponents of this exercise in wishful thinking and ignorance have had precious little evidence to adduce in support of it. But now it is certain that for years to come this Hutaree group will be thrown in the face of anyone who takes note of jihad activity in the United States and around the world, as if this group in itself balances and equals the innumerable Islamic groups that are waging armed jihad all around the world today.
Prosecutors said David Stone, the leader of the Hutaree, had identified certain law enforcement officers near his home as potential Hutaree targets. He and other members discussed setting off bombs at a police funeral, using a fake 911 call to lure an officer to his death, killing an officer after a traffic stop, or attacking the family of an officer, according to the indictment.
After such attacks, the group allegedly planned to retreat to "rally points" protected by trip-wired explosives for a violent standoff with the law. "It is believed by the Hutaree that this engagement would then serve as a catalyst for a more widespread uprising against the government," the indictment said.
The charges against the nine suspects include seditious conspiracy -- plotting to levy war against the U.S. -- possessing a firearm during a crime of violence, teaching the use of explosives, and attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction -- homemade bombs. Hutaree says on its Web site its name means "Christian warrior." The group quotes several Bible passages and declares: "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 Hutaree are just one of many radical "Christian Militia's" in existance in the USA; Eric Rudolph the mad bomber of the Atlanta Olympics, abortion clinics and a cop killer was a member of the "Army of God" that was based out of Pensacola Fl and run by John Burt currently in Florida State prison.
See my prior report on the Army of God; Sunday, May 31, 2009, Dr. George Tiller Murdered by Army of God (AOG) Member, Shooting Suspect Scott P. Roeder Identified By Sheriff, AOG Alive And Well in Wichita Kansas. Army of God (AOG) is an extremist anti-abortion organization that sanctions the use of force to combat abortion in the United States. HBO produced a documentary on the Army Of God entitled Soldiers In The Army Of God. Clayton Waagner's fake anthrax letters have resulted in their being mentioned among terrorist organizations at the FBI.
Inside the Army of God: In letters sent to the media, the Army of God claimed responsibility for the bombing of an abortion clinic and a gay bar in Atlanta, GA. Eric Robert Rudolph (AOG) was on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List prior to his capture in May 2003. He pled guilty to these crimes.
The Intelligence Project identified 512 "Patriot" groups that were active in 2009. Of these groups, 127 were militias, marked with an asterisk, and the remainder includes "common-law" courts, publishers, ministries and citizens' groups. Generally, Patriot groups define themselves as opposed to the "New World Order," engage in groundless conspiracy theorizing, or advocate or adhere to extreme antigovernment doctrines.
Listing here does not imply that the groups themselves advocate or engage in violence or other criminal activities, or are racist. The list was compiled from field reports, Patriot publications, the Internet, law enforcement sources and news reports. Groups are identified by the city, county or region where they are located; See list of 512 groups, CLICK HERE.
Certain examples of Militia's are;
1). Florida Free Alliance * Nokomis Florida (just south of Sarasota)
2). Florida Free Militia * Palm Coast Florida
3). Hutaree Militia * MICHIGAN
4). New Jersey Militia * Trenton NJ
5). Empire State Militia 11th Field Force * Northwestern, Oneida Area, Staten Island, Ulster County, Westchester Area New York.
Robert Spencer of the Jihad Watch blog needs to do some research before he defends a terrorist group like the Hutaree.
Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM