January 4, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson Antigovernment Extremism-General

PORTLAND, [OR]--A judge is taking action against two men who took part in the occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge after Facebook photos showed they violated their release conditions by visiting the Bundy ranch in Nevada without permission. U.S. District Judge Anna Brown has moved up Jon Ritzheimer’s date to surrender to prison from Feb. 15 to Jan. 12. Brown ordered Montana militia leader Ryan Payne to return to home detention in Las Vegas. She also forbade Ritz­heimer from having contact with any defendant from either the Oregon or Nevada standoff cases before his prison sentence begins. Payne received a similar order. The two men have pleaded guilty to federal conspiracy in the arme  

January 4, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

ST. CHARLES, [MO]--The FBI says an armed 26-year-old Missouri man who breached a secured area to stop an Amtrak train in southwest Nebraska in October has links to a white supremacist group and expressed an interest in "killing black people," according to court documents unsealed Wednesday. Taylor Michael Wilson, of St. Charles, Missouri, is charged in U.S. District Court in Lincoln with terrorism attacks and other violence against railroad carriers and mass transportation systems. In an affidavit attached to the criminal complaint, FBI Special Agent Monte Czaplewski said there was probable cause to believe that electronic devices possessed by Wilson and firearms owned by him "have been used  

January 4, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

PINE, [AZ]--Federal authorities are seeking the public's help with information about a stash of military explosives that were unearthed by a construction crew working in a northern Arizona community late last year. The explosives were discovered Oct. 27 by a construction crew clearing a path in Pine, which is located about 15 miles north of Payson on State Route 87, according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The items include 80 M112 blocks of military C4 explosive, nine M18A1 Claymore anti-personnel mines with firing devices and one roll of military detonating cord, the ATF said in a press release. Officials believe the items were stolen and buried there for 20 ye