posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 04:40 AM
This is the group of men that alledgedly plotted to assassinate the President of the United States.
They are also accused of the intention to Bomb targets in the US, poison food and overthrow the federal governement.
It plotted to take over Fort Stewart by seizing its ammunition control point and talked of bombing the Forsyth Park fountain in nearby Savannah,
she said. In Washington state, she added, the group plotted to bomb a dam and poison the state's apple crop. Ultimately, prosecutors said, the
militia's goal was to overthrow the government and assassinate the president.
They are members of the US MILITARY.
They are a MILITIA group within the US MILITARY.
It is unknown how many members are in F.E.A.R.
Prosecutors said the group called itself F.E.A.R., short for Forever Enduring Always Ready. Pauley said authorities don't know how many members it
THis information came to light in a ongoing case involving the murder of a man and a woman. Alledgedly they were killed to 'tie up loose ends'. Those
involved did not want the plots to bomb and assassinate people revealed so the man and woman had to be killed.
This wasn't an imaginary online fantasy. People were killed. A lot of info is still unknown.
'This domestic terrorist organization did not simply plan and talk,' prosecutor Isabel Pauley told a superior court judge in rural Long County,
near the sprawling Army post Fort Stewart, southeast Georgia.
'Prior to the murders in this case, the group took action. Evidence shows the group possessed the knowledge, means and motive to carry out their
They allege the group was serious enough to kill two people – former soldier Michael Roark and his 17-year-old girlfriend, Tiffany York – by
shooting them in the woods last December in order to keep its plans secret.
Nobody knows how large the FEAR group is.
The person being labelled as the ringleader also apparently attended the 2008 REPUBLICAN covention as a page.
Its seems a very distinctive TATT was an indication of membership of the group.
Aguigui is one of four soldiers charged in Roark's death,
allegedly because he was a "loose end" who threatened to foil their plans. According to the AP, Aguigui and his compatriots bore "distinctive tattoos
that resemble an anarchy symbol,"
"All members of the group were on active-duty or were former members of the military," Pauley said. "He targeted soldiers who were in trouble or
Guessing there could be a lot of those.
This is obviously a new twist and a very definite indicator that the war on terrorism has taken a dramatic turn. There now appears evidence that a
major domestic terrorist attack could have occurred.
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