December 16, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Antigovernment Extremism-General

ARLINGTON, [TX]--Police say a woman has been charged with capital murder in the shooting deaths of her husband and step-daughter in the 2500 block of Edinburgh Street. A search warrant affidavit states Veronica Dunnachie, 35, shot her husband, Russ Dunnachie, as well as his adult daughter Kimberly Wednesday afternoon. She then spoke with a friend on the phone who convinced her to drive to a mental health facility 11 miles away, Millwood Hospital, on North Cooper Street. That's where police arrested her without incident. The warrant also states the weapon used and further evidence was still believed to be inside the home. Dunnachie's Facebook page is filled with photos of her participating in  

December 3, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Antigovernment Extremism-General

FERGUSON, [MO]--They've been called an anti-government militia, right wing radicals, even the KKK, and they are armed and stationed on Ferguson rooftops. But the group called the "Oath Keepers" say they're here to protect. While violent protests and rioting played out on the street last Tuesday, Sam Andrews stood watch from a rooftop. For the past week, the Oath Keepers have remained on the roofs of several Ferguson businesses. They won't say how many volunteers are on duty, but they will say they've come from all over the country, many have military or police experience, and they're armed. But in a statement, St. Louis County police say they are violating an ordinance that prohibits anyone   

December 2, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

DOVER, [DE]--Three rural churches, two west of Felton and a third southeast of Frederica, were damaged in fires reported early Tuesday morning. All were later determined to have been deliberately set, said Assistant State Fire Marshal. The first call came in before 2 a.m. at the Healing Hands Christian Church, on Berryton Road, just outside Felton. Firefighters from the Felton Volunteer Fire Company went to the scene to find heavy smoke coming from the building. They were assisted by the Frederica Volunteer Fire Company. Shortly afterward, another call came in about a blaze at the Manship Chapel, on Burnite Mill Road, sending a number of Felton and Frederica firefighters to that scene. A thi  

December 1, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

AUSTIN, [TX]--Police say the suspect who opened fire on the Austin Police Department Headquarters early Friday morning was part of an ultra-conservative Christian group that is against bi-racial families and anti-gay. Larry McQuilliams was shot and killed by an Austin police officer after opening fire on police headquarters at around 2:20 a.m. Before that confrontation he had fired on the federal courthouse next to Republic Square Park and the Mexican Consulate at Baylor and 5th streets. McQuilliams had robbed an armored car in the early 90s in Kansas. He also had convictions for possession of marijuana and DWI. He moved into his South Austin home in 2013 and had recently renewed his lease.  

December 1, 2014 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

AUSTIN, [TX]--A Texas man who shot up downtown Austin buildings and tried to burn the Mexican Consulate before he was gunned down by police harbored extremist right-wing views and appeared to be planning a broader attack against churches and government facilities, law enforcement officials said Monday. Larry McQuilliams had multiple weapons, hundreds of rounds of ammunition and a map of 34 downtown buildings that likely were potential targets in his pre-dawn rampage the day after Thanksgiving. Investigators said McQuilliams left no note describing a specific motive or why he picked his targets. However, inside his van investigators found a copy of "Vigilantes of Christendom," a 1990 book ass