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March 15, 2011

Interesting: Emergency Management, the U.S. Constitution, and You

Rick Snyder plan: Is it legal for Michigan and other...

March 11, 2011

Alaskan "sovereign citizens" arrested for trying to murder judge, police

Rep. King should really turn his attention from Muslim-baiting to these Sovereign wackos. These are the same guys that crashed a plane into the IRS and have murdered others across America. The incident here seems to stem from the fact that they think they shouldn't ever have to pay taxes. And when a judge disagreed with them, they plotted his death. 'Sovereign Citizens' Arrested In Alaska For Alleged Plot To Kill Police, Federal Judge | TPMMuckraker
Militia activist Schaeffer Cox and four associates who reportedly stockpiled weapons were arrested on Thursday for allegedly conspiring to kill multiple Alaska State Troopers and a federal judge. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports that the group -- Cox, Lonnie. G. Vernon and his wife Karen Vernon, as well as Coleman Barney of North Pole and Michael Anderson -- were taken into custody by state police. All five face several state charges, including "conspiracy to commit murder, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, conspiracy to commit arson, misconduct involving weapons in the third degree, hindering prosecution in the first degree and tampering with evidence," according to a press release by the Alaska State Troopers.

February 28, 2011

Anonymous declares war on the Koch Brothers

Anonymous Joins Wisconsin Protests: Takes Out Americans For Prosperity
The cyber protest group Anonymous has joined the protesters of Wisconsin and Americans all across this country in the battle against what they described as the “Koch brothers attempt usurp democracy.” The opening salvo in Anon’s OpWisconsin occurred today when the Koch brothers funded Americans for Prosperity was knocked offline in an attempt to take a small slice of the Internet back from the liberty stealing propagandists. In a press release Anonymous put the Koch brothers on notice, “It has come to our attention that the brothers, David and Charles Koch–the billionaire owners of Koch Industries–have long attempted to usurp American Democracy. Their actions to undermine the legitimate political process in Wisconsin are the final straw. Starting today we fight back.” They continued, “Koch Industries, and oligarchs like them, have most recently started to manipulate the political agenda in Wisconsin. Governor Walker’s union-busting budget plan contains a clause that went nearly un-noticed. This clause would allow the sale of publicly owned utility plants in Wisconsin to private parties (specifically, Koch Industries) at any price, no matter how low, without a public bidding process. The Koch’s have helped to fuel the unrest in Wisconsin and the drive behind the bill to eliminate the collective bargaining power of unions in a bid to gain a monopoly over the state’s power supplies.”

February 24, 2011

Decorated Sarasota police detective fired for personally seceding from the United States

He wanted to be a "freeman" and declare himself outside the law of the United States, but he still wanted to be a cop and a public servant of those same states? Sarasota Police detective Tom Laughlin fired for trying to secede from United States | HeraldTribune.com
. . . His brother, also a "sovereign citizen" who recently was charged in St. Johns County with trying to extort two Florida Highway Patrol troopers and later with bilking a Sarasota bank of $50,000, convinced Laughlin that he could declare himself a "freeman." So Laughlin headed to the courthouse in April to legally renounce his citizenship, telling local, state and federal officials that he would only communicate with them in writing. "What the paperwork was done for, was basically to get back to the roots," Laughlin told internal affairs investigators. "The Constitution. You know. And under God and back to the meat of what it really is." About the same time, investigative reports show, Laughlin's colleagues saw his behavior change around the office. He talked increasingly of a "straw man account" that allowed government to hide millions of dollars from citizens. Colleagues told internal affairs that Laughlin wanted to pay off personal debts through the straw man account and that he made strange statements about a global financial conspiracy. According to internal affairs documents, Laughlin believed freeman-based ideas that the red numbers on a Social Security card were clues to finding the account, and that birth certificates were related to secret ships berthed in a port that held access to millions of straw man dollars. "It was one of those things where, as he's trying to explain it to me, I'm looking at him thinking, 'You're crazy,'" Detective Charles Riffe said in a statement to investigators. "I mean, what the hell? It didn't make any sense to me."