May 16, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Media Interviews

BUNKERVILLE, [NV]--Federal agents admit they were taken by surprise at Bunkerville. But years before the standoff, a few people had already heard rumblings of a gathering storm. It was 2007, and the presidential campaign was in full swing. At the Department of Homeland Security, intelligence analyst Daryl Johnson was starting to see paramilitary training and militia propaganda videos popping up online. There were hundreds of them. Some detailed field survival skills and tips on firing various weapons. Others talked about lynching government officials. A mild-mannered conservative, Johnson had been fascinated by domestic extremists since his youth. Now he led a team dedicated to studying them  

May 16, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

SCHODACK, [NY]--Laquan Madison woke up Sunday night to use the bathroom. Within moments, Madison, his wife, Jennifer, and their five children needed to race out of their home — the victims of a fire and, police say, a hate crime against the black family. Investigators arrived at their home at 29 Cold Spring Ave. about 11:40 p.m. to find a swastika and racial epithet spray-painted on the burning home in a quiet section of town, Schodack police Chief Joseph Belardo said Monday. It took five volunteer fire departments to stop the blaze, which burned the garage to the ground, the police chief said. The exterior of the family's home, which is not far from the garage, was also damaged. Hate crim