April 1, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Sovereign Citizen Movement

ROCHELLE PARK, [NJ]--Police arrested two self-described "sovereign citizens" in Rochelle Park after the two got into a physical altercation with police. The incident involved a Hackensack driver involved in a car crash and a female friend who showed up at the scene, and it escalated to the point where police used pepper spray against the man, who was not complying with police orders, in order to subdue him. During the March 31 incident, Rochelle Park police were investigating a car crash on Central Avenue. They asked the driver to provide his license, registration and insurance information, which he refused to do. Instead, the suspect, who would only give his name, Wayne Hall, handed over a   

April 1, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Domestic Extremism

NEW YORK CITY, [NY]--“I don’t like to think that I contributed to people being killed,” William Powell once said, wrestling with what he had wrought as a disaffected 19-year-old when he hunkered down with military manuals and revolutionary writings and compiled “The Anarchist Cookbook.” His volume — a guide to drugs, booby traps, sabotage, hand-to-hand combat and explosives — entered circulation in 1971 and reportedly sold more than 2 million copies. Still in print, and accessible online in PDF form, the book has been linked in recent years to the perpetrators of crimes including the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colo., and  

April 1, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Domestic Extremism

WASHINGTON, [DC]--Two people were arrested during protests outside the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference in the District that left a Palestinian American man bloodied and injured. D.C. police say the suspects and victim got into a verbal altercation and one man punched the victim, Kamal Nayfeh, in the face. A video recording of the incident shows Nayfeh, 55, falling to the ground as two men strike him in the eye with a wooden pole as he is kicked. A police report of the Sunday afternoon incident at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center indicates the beating might have been motivated by the victim’s religion or ethnicity, although the suspects were not charged with ha