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Bryce Cuellar, 24, was arrested by Las Vegas police after they were notified by Interpol in July about Cuellar’s video. In the video, Cuellar stated that he is tired of the government trying to take away his First and Second Amendment rights and planned to go on a killing spree.
Calling himself a “Christian warrior,” Cuellar bragged that he would use his weapons as the Founding Fathers intended, killing,” gays, faggots, lesbians and satanists.”
With a camera recording, Cuellar pulls out two assault weapons, a 308 sniper rifle and a .22-caliber AR-15-type rifle, police said. He wears a military flak vest and night-vision goggles.
He is tired of America and its government, which wants to take his First and Second Amendment rights, and he's eager to use his weapons as the Founding Fathers intended, he tells the camera, according to police.
Cuellar's ideology is rooted in government conspiracies, such as one involving the Illuminati, which some believe to be a secret society that controls world governments and economies, police said.
"America is done and America is over, 'F--- America' and he will fire his gun in order to initiate a civil war within the United States and within the government," he said, according to the report. He ends by saying he wants to kill Satanists and homosexuals.
A detective who prepared the arrest report wrote that the video is similar to propaganda videos produced by international terrorist organizations.
Stephen K. Bannon said was made to “unite people, particularly to unite conservatives.” The film stars Robertson, with Bossie as director and Bannon as writer.
originally posted by: gladtobehere
a reply to: TheAmazingYeti
As far as I can tell, he wasnt planning to commit violence to "protect the 2A from gays" but because he thought that his rights, including the 2A, were under attack.
As this forensic psychiatrist points out, every time the media makes heroes out of criminals, more people are going to be influenced, regardless of religion or motive.
Finally this gentleman can get the mental help he so desperately needs.