Sunday, March 29, 2009

Had this not been BLOGGED OUT ....Missouri retracts report linking militias, 3rd party candidates

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Highway Patrol this week retracted a controversial report on militia activity and will change how such reports are reviewed before being distributed to law enforcement agencies.

The Highway Patrol also will open an investigation into the origin of the report, which linked conservative groups with domestic terrorism and named former presidential candidates Ron Paul, Bob Barr and Chuck Baldwin.

The Highway Patrol's announcement followed a news conference in which Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, a Republican, suggested putting the director of public safety on administrative leave and investigating how the report was produced.

The uproar revolves around a report released last month by the Missouri Information Analysis Center, a "fusion center" for local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to collaborate on domestic security issues. The report concerned militia movements in Missouri and across the U.S., and described how they had evolved over the last several years.


Governments ALWAYS want more power.

Democratic, Republican, Conservative, Liberal.

Human nature.


christian soldier said...

The original report stated that CHRISTIANS were also on the Missouri list-- true?!

midnight rider said...

CS -- the full MIAC report here:

Baba Zee first posted it here last week

midnight rider said...

CS -- sorry -- I didn't answer your question. Yes, chrisitanity is high on the list page 4 very near the bottom of the page

Epaminondas said...

"Christianity is a dangerously subversive oriental cult which can undermine the entire empire" - Caligula

Pastorius said...

In a way, Caligula was right.

Of course, the word "dangerous" was wrong. It was dangerous to people like Caligula, who were madmen who wanted to rule mad kingdoms.

Epaminondas said...

Let's just say any egalitarian idea would have been dangerous to a man like that, AND that empire.

I can't think of a better recommendation than the enmity of a Caligula