November 28, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Chronology of Extremist Attacks/Plots

AUSTIN, [TX]--A white supremacist shot up a federal courthouse and a Mexican consulate -- which he also seemingly tried to set ablaze -- in Austin, Texas, before being shot dead outside police headquarters. View More>>  

November 26, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

FERGUSON, [MO]--The church attended by Michael Brown's father was burned down amid raging protests that followed a grand jury's decision not to bring criminal charges against police officer Darren Wilson. The Missouri church was one of a number of buildings which was torched during a night of mass unrest in the town, which police described as "way worse" than any of the violence which occurred in the weeks that followed following the 18-year-old's killing. While a majority of the disorder occurred in Ferguson, where Brown was shot by Wilson on 9 August, the Flood Christian Church was also attacked, despite being located three miles away in a remote location of County Club Hills. The Church's  

November 25, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Doomsday Prepper

CROWN POINT, [IN]--While most people try to be prepared for a major snowstorm, there are people who prepare for the rare events like a mass terror attack, major ebola outbreak, or even a catastrophic continental shift. ABC57 investigates the world of extreme prepping. National Geographic's Doomsday Preppers has thrust prepping into America's culture. Extreme preppers stockpile food, water and weapons to prepare for everything from national emergencies to the end of times. Preppers are everywhere. In Michiana there are Michigan Preppers and Northwest Indiana Preppers. In Crown Point, Indiana, Brad - who didn't want his last name used - is an extreme prepper. He hoards canned food, water, gall  

November 24, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Chronology of Extremist Attacks/Plots

FERGUSON, [MO]--Suspected white supremacist(s) set fire to an African-American church in Ferguson, Missouri, where Michael Brown, Jr.'s family attended worship. Brown was killed on August 8, 2014, as a result of a controversial police shooting. The church's pastor had called for the arrest of the police officer involved in the shooting of Brown. View More>>  

November 24, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Black Supremacist Movement

FERGUSON, [MO]--Two men suspected of buying explosives they planned to detonate during protests in Ferguson, Missouri, once a grand jury decides the Michael Brown case, were arrested on Friday and charged with federal firearms offenses. Word of the arrests, reported by a number of media outlets Friday, came ahead of the grand jury’s widely anticipated decision on whether the white police officer who fatally shot Brown, an unarmed black teenager, should be indicted on criminal charges. The Aug. 9 slaying of 18-year-old Brown under disputed circumstances became a flashpoint for U.S. racial tensions, triggering weeks of sometimes violent protests in the St. Louis suburb by demonstrators calli  

November 24, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Antigovernment Extremism-General

TALLAHASEE, [FL]--Tallahassee Police Officer Scott Angulo hugged residents along Caracus Court on Sunday, sobbing as he stopped to talk in the driveway of a fire-gutted home. A day earlier, a man set the home ablaze to lure first responders to the street so he could gun them down in an ambush that killed Leon County Sheriff's Deputy Christopher L. Smith. Angulo shot and killed the gunman, 53-year-old Curtis Wade Holley, after a 12-minute mid-morning gun battle in the middle of the street in the northwest Tallahassee Plantation Woods neighborhood. Leon County Sheriff's Office Deputies Smith and Colin Wulfekuhl were the first to arrive at the scene of the fire simultaneously in separate vehicl  

November 22, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Chronology of Extremist Attacks/Plots

TALLAHASSEE, [FL]--An antigovernment extremist set his home ablaze to lure first responders to the street so he could gun them down in an ambush that killed Leon County Sheriff's Deputy Christopher L. Smith. View More>>  

November 21, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Chronology of Extremist Attacks/Plots

FERGUSON, [MO]--Two men, who are members of the New Black Panther for Self Defense, suspected of buying explosives they planned to detonate during protests in Ferguson, Missouri, once a grand jury decides the Michael Brown case, were arrested and charged with federal firearms and explosives offenses. View More>>  

November 21, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

SPRINGFIELD, [MO]--Tony Altman, a socially awkward former Klansman, who has described his dog as his only real friend, plans to leave town more than two months after his north Springfield home was searched by police, the FBI and the Missouri National Guard. Officials, some in hazmat suits, were looking for ricin, a highly toxic poison. Altman, whose German Shepherd briefly ran off after the Aug. 28 raid, said his house at 2210 N. Boonville Ave., will be auctioned off on Saturday along with most of his possessions. They destroyed my life," Altman said. Springfield police said at the time that investigators "had received credible information that ricin was being manufactured" at Altman's home   

November 18, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Anarchist Movement

FERGUSON, [MO]--Anonymous, a network of unnamed online activists who hack as a form of protest and "cyberwarfare," has taken aim at the Ku Klux Klan. The group claims to have hacked KKK websites and social media accounts and has also published the names of individuals it says are Klan members. In a video and online posts, Anonymous said the attack is retaliation for KKK threats to use "lethal force" against protesters in Ferguson, Mo. Anonymous won't tolerate racism in any form, or the suppression of the right to protest," the group wrote in a blog post on the website anonhq.com. The group appears to have taken over KKK's Twitter account, @KuKluxKlanUSA, tweeting Sunday, "You should've expec