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Fox News is reporting this afternoon that the husband of a military servicewoman living on a Tennessee Naval base is under investigation for posting threatening comments on Infowars.com, described by Fox News as a “radical right-wing Web site.”
The Fox News story is posted in the “Terror” section of the website, an effort to link Alex Jones and Infowars.com to terrorists.
In response to the comment on Infowars.com, the military confiscated the man’s firearm. “Investigators with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service have seized the man’s shotgun and taken it to the armory
The man, writing under the name "ACA," posted a comment last week in response to a story on the expanding role of the IRS under the new health care law. The story was posted on infowars.com, which is operated by conservative talk-show host Alex Jones.
In response to comments made by a poster who questioned others' commitment to violence against government workers, "ACA" wrote:
"THEN I WILL ( I here by threatn you with violence) if you come to my door [address removed] see if im joking! and as for you BEN what dose it look like? you living in it right now! IVAN go buy a gun and get some practice in... ..."
They're really creating a situation out of nothing. This guy was just posting random stuff on the internet. Of course by responding to him would only give him the attention he wanted.
Originally posted by Frankidealist35
reply to post by Phlynx
Why should people care about the rantings of a crazed madman on the internet? It's not news unless they do something.