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Militia Plot / Hutaree / A Discussion (Part I) #961981

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 29, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The FBI arrest of members of a Midwest small Christian militia known as Hutaree† introduced; photos & scenes from the Hutaree Website shown; details given from the Homeland Security report about terrorism groups, the response of military veterans to it, the timeline of lone wolf incidents & the right-wing militia groups.

(Adrian, Michigan: Drew Griffin) The latest developments in the arrest of a ninth suspect, Josh Stone, in Michigan & how the Hutaree group was training for assault with the country's law enforcement featured; video of training & the rural area around Adrian, Michigan shown. [Lives near militia members, Jane HOLEY†- says the training was done nearby.] Photos of eight of those arrested for plotting to kill a police officer shown. [Militia leader's ex-wife Donna STONE†, member's fiancee Brittany BRYANT†- react to charges.] How little was known about the group in Michigan discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Southern Poverty Law Center Mark Potok & "Wingnuts" author John Avlon about the militia group; inset YouTube video shown. [POTOK - outlines what is known about this militia group & its ideology about the Antichrist.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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