There has been no evidence that any of those groups have ever engaged in terrorist acts against Americans.... however, the objective was to set them all up early on to eventually be massacred like the zionists did to Russian citizens in 1917, and they did so in the millions, 63 million to be exact. By then they expect us to be fully "EYES WIDE CLOSED". Lets fool them and not do that.
As usual, the FBI tried to set them up and they refused the bait and the judge saw that immediately so it never even made it to trial. When you read this, remember it, because if they do not get our guns, they will go after militia and others and say they are militia when they are not. Even so, unorganized militia is legal under the Constitution. Its actually created for the purpose of protecting the republic against such actions as those done by our foreign occupiers including the SPLC and the ADL.
Our forefathers knew what we are just finding out, both about banks, and khazars and the deadly combination they are to freedom and justice. We see it everyday now. So this is important to read for future consideration. Protect yourselves from these cretins by understanding and studying the Constitution, bill of rights and FOR HEAVEN SAKES, READ THE FEDERALIST PAPERS so you fully are armed with your knowledge of your rights, since many judges are still upholding that document.
Judge acquits Hutaree militia members of conspiracy charges
By Tresa Baldas, USA Today
DETROIT – A federal judge Tuesday acquitted seven Hutaree members of all conspiracy charges, concluding the government didn't have enough evidence that the group plotted a violent revolt that included killing a police officer and bombing a funeral.
U.S. District Judge Victoria Roberts dismissed all charges against five of the defendants. Illegal weapons charges remain against two defendants: the supposed ringleader, David Stone Sr., and his son Joshua Stone.
Defendants acquitted of all charges are Tina Stone, 46, and David Stone Jr., 22, both of Adrian, Mich.; Michael Meeks, 42, of Manchester, Mich; Thomas Piatek, 48, of Whiting, Ind.; and Kristopher Sickles, 29, of Sandusky, Ohio.
"We're just grateful to Judge Roberts for having the courage to do the right thing. … Very few judges have that kind of courage," said lawyer Michael Rataj, who is representing Tina Stone.
"There was no case. There was no conspiracy," Rataj said, further claiming the case was the result of overzealous federal agents. (VN: who work for SPLC and ADL in Homeland Security, so what did we expect. I suspect the Federal agents were sick about it and probably intentionally screwed up the case.)
In the 28-page decision, Roberts wrote: "The evidence is not sufficient for a rational factfinder to find that defendants came to a concrete agreement to forcibly oppose the authority of the government of the United States as charged in the indictment."
She said prosecutors shifted positions since the defendants were indicted; the indictment charges a specific plan to overthrow the United States government.
Prosecutors now argue that the group had a general plan to engage in violence to provoke a response from law enforcement, she said.
"The prosecution is not free to roam at large — to shift its theory of criminality so as to take advantage of each passing vicissitude of the trial," Roberts said. "If the government now admits that the plan alleged in Count 1 of the indictment (seditious conspiracy) did not exist, then defendants must be acquitted."
Gina Balaya, spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's office, said the prosecutor's office is going to withhold any comment until the end of the trial.