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Slice of Life in the ATL by Cracker
#61
does GA have the most fringe militia whackos? Tin+foil+hat+smiley here's some geezer whackos. i'm waiting for mug shots.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Four North Georgia men, alleged members of a fringe militia group, on Tuesday were charged with trying to buy explosives and make a deadly toxin to use in attacks against federal law enforcement agencies and unidentified officials.
Federal authorities said the men had held clandestine militia meetings, beginning in March, in which they discussed using toxic agents and assassinations to undermine federal and state government.

The four men taken into federal custody were: Frederick Thomas, 73, of Cleveland; and Toccoa residents Dan Roberts, 67; Ray H. Adams, 65; and Samuel J. Crump, 68.

U.S. Attorney Sally Yates said that as the U.S. government focuses on terrorist threats by violent international extremists, “This case demonstrates that we must also remain vigilant in protecting our country from citizens within our borders who threaten our safety and security.”

Thomas, Roberts, Adams and others who attended the meetings discussed targeting various government officials, federal authorities said. The meetings were monitored by the FBI and secretly tape recorded by a confidential informant helping the FBI, according to sworn affidavits unsealed Tuesday.

Roberts’ wife, Margaret, 59, said last night that she was shocked by the day’s developments, which included FBI agents handcuffing her while they searched the rural Toccoa home she has shared with her husband for more than two decades.

“My husband would not hurt anybody and anybody who knows him knows he wouldn’t hurt anybody,” Margaret Roberts said, her voice trembling. “Dan has always respected the law. He’s never had a problem with the law.”

Thomas was described in affidavits as a leading speaker at the meetings. He discussed having a “bucket list” of government officials, business leaders and members of the media who needed to be “taken out” to “make the country right again,” the affidavit said.

Thomas also said he was a military veteran who had been to war and had taken a life, and said he could do it again, the affidavit said.

“There’s no way for us, as militiamen, to save this country, to save Georgia, without doing something that’s highly illegal: murder,” Thomas said during a meeting in March, according to the affidavit. "...When it comes to saving the Constitution, that means some people gotta die."

Dan Roberts said he knew people in Habersham County who had a substance that could kill people, the affidavit said, and the discussion next turned to ways to obtain castor beans. Castor beans are used to make ricin, a deadly toxin that can be fatal if inhaled or ingested.

During a September meeting, also secretly recorded, Crump said he wanted to make 10 pounds of ricin and disperse it in various U.S. cities, including Atlanta, the affidavits said. Crump said ricin could be blown from a car traveling on the interstates, the affidavit said. Adams is accused of trying to help Crump obtain ricin for use as a weapon, authorities said.

As recently as last week, Crump allegedly said he was going to begin shelling the castor beans, and Adams said he had a formula to make ricin and identified ways to get the necessary ingredients for it, the affidavits said.

Militia members also discussed how to obtain firearms, ammunition and silencers, the FBI affidavit said.

At a meeting in April, Thomas said the “civilian government operatives” the militia members would be targeting included police officers and members of federal law enforcement groups, such as the IRS and FBI, the affidavit said.

"I could shoot ATF [Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives] and IRS all day long," Thomas said, according to the affidavit. "All the judges and the DOJ [Justice Department], and the attorneys and prosecutors."

In May, Thomas drove with the confidential informant to Atlanta, unaware the other man was secretly recording their conversations. The men conducted surveillance on the local ATF and IRS buildings to plan and assess a possible attack, the FBI affidavit said. “There’s two schools of thought on this: go for the feds or go for the locals,” Thomas said during the trip, the affidavit said. “I’m inclined to consider both.”

The affidavit added that Thomas also said, “We’d have to blow the whole building, like Timothy McVeigh,” referring to the man behind the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168 people. "We gotta have a lot of explosives."

The FBI affidavit noted that the agency's confidential informant, whose name was not disclosed, is out on bond for a pending state felony charge. The FBI gave the informant a polygraph test during the investigation of the militia group, and the informant gave "less than truthful responses" about the militia group's activities, the affidavit said.

A woman who answered the phone at the Thomas residence said his family had "no comment at this time." A woman reached at Adams' residence said she was unaware of the charges and also had no comment. All four men are scheduled to appear before a U.S. magistrate in Gainesville on Wednesday.

Hours after her husband’s arrest, Margaret Roberts and her two children were still in disbelief over the charges filed against Dan Roberts. She said her husband had retired in recent years from the signage industry, and the couple was involved in animal rescue.

Margaret Roberts said she had never met Thomas, but acknowledged Thomas had called her home at least once, and believes she met Crump years ago, but wouldn’t recognize him now. She wasn’t familiar with Adams.

“I don’t know these people,” she said. “I can’t say anything about them, but I know Dan. Dan wouldn’t hurt a fly. And he is not anti-government. He respects the law.”

Margaret Roberts said she was still trying to piece together what transpired Tuesday, and couldn’t comprehend what had taken place at her home.

“It scared me to death,” she said. “Agents were walking around here with guns and rifles. It was something like out of the movies.”

















































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(10-31-2011, 07:09 PM)Maggot Wrote: How the hell do you make LSD out of gummi worms? Holy trippin lizards.

You dont u drop liquid acid on them, u can do it with sugar cubes whatever u like the sweetness disguises the taste.
(08-08-2010, 06:37 PM)Maggot Wrote: May your ears turn into arseholes and shit on your shoulders......Smiley_emoticons_smile

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#63


Ah..tripping, long ago & far away...laughing my ass off over the most mundane things. I should have been afraid but I was fearless. With age comes wisdom.
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#64
My god i laughed for around 3 hours on mushrooms one time i was crying my eyes out, acouple, 2 of my best friends, had never tried them before so they wanted me to do them with them when they experimented, she had this big fat cat called Lady, came sat on my i pushed her off my lap and said something along the lines of "scam ya fat pussy" and we all laughed and cried for like three hours, good times.
(08-08-2010, 06:37 PM)Maggot Wrote: May your ears turn into arseholes and shit on your shoulders......Smiley_emoticons_smile

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#65
the geriatric terrorists from post #60. OldOldOldOld
more at AJC

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Dan Roberts, left, and Frederick Thomas listen to U.S. Magistrate Court Judge Susan Cole on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011.


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Domestic terror suspects Ray Adams, left, and Samuel Crump in U.S. Magistrate Court in in Gainesville.

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Dan Roberts, from Toccoa, Ga., wearing a Confederate States of America patch on his hat and a Confederate flag tie, watches during a Southern Heritage League press conference at the Capitol in Atlanta Monday, Jan. 29, 2001.

On Wednesday, the four North Georgia men -- Thomas from Cleveland and the rest from Toccoa -- stood before U.S. Magistrate Court Judge Susan Cole to face an array of terrorism charges. Thomas and Roberts were the first to appear and could be seen cupping their ears to better hear the judge's instructions. Roberts' wife, Margaret, was overheard fretting about her husband's access to medications. Adams and Crump also appeared, each wearing handcuffs and leg shackles.

All four requested and were granted court-appointed attorneys who'll represent them at a probable cause hearing scheduled for next Wednesday. Bond won't be considered until that hearing. Family members declined to comment as they left the courthouse, shielded by federal public defender Jeff Ertel.

















































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#66
Bunch of old rednecks had enough "Change" and decided to make a move. One of those guys was a 30 year Navy man, to bad he forgot about the oath he took. Not the way to make a "Change"
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#67
Older white people are getting fed up. They busted these guys, but you don't want to fuck with old people. They know more ways to get your ass.

"A woman allegedly duped a Stockbridge Dollar General store out of $530.92 after claiming she had been the victim of racial profiling at another Dollar General in Jonesboro, according to police.

Christopher Allen Brooks, the manager of the Stockbridge Dollar General, told police a woman calling herself "Ms. Woods" came into his store around 6 p.m. on Sept. 5 and told him that she was owed a refund for items she had bought at a Jonesboro Dollar General store and that the manager from the Jonesboro store would call and verify she was owed the money.

Shortly thereafter, Brooks received a call from a ‘Shanna' who claimed to be the store manager at the Jonesboro Dollar General. Shanna asked Brooks to give the customer $530.92.

Shanna told Brooks that the customer, whom she called Ms. Woods, had bought six comforter sets and six sheet sets at the Jonesboro store a week earlier but had been overcharged for the items.

Shanna continued, saying that when Ms. Woods called the Jonesboro store to inquire about the overcharge, the customer overheard the cashier who rung up the items call Ms. Woods "a dirty low-down N-word" and that "ever since Obama got into office black people think they can do anything."

Shanna, the fake manager, told Brooks that Ms. Woods had retained counsel to sue the store and had been in contact with Dollar General regional offices.

The fake manager told Brooks that Ms. Woods lived 10 minutes from The Stockbridge store and would come there for a refund. At about 10 p.m. a woman arrived at the store and identified herself as the Ms. Woods the manager had called about. Brooks eventually gave Ms. woods a refund for $530.92.

After the transaction Brooks called his manager, Yvette McConnell, about the incident. McConnell called the Jonesboro store manager and was told that she knew nothing about a racial incident or a refund and suggested police be called. The Stockbridge store cameras caught footage of the suspect in the store and as she drove off with her refund, according to police."



For the record, that woman and her friend ARE dirty low-down niggers.
(03-15-2013, 07:12 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: You see Duchess, I have set up a thread to discuss something and this troll is behaving just like Riotgear did.
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(11-03-2011, 11:19 PM)Cracker Wrote: For the record, that woman and her friend ARE dirty low-down niggers.


Yup, only they would purchase sheets from Dollar General. I bet it's only 150 thread count. *shudders*


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#69
The manager that got duped sounds like a right moron too
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i didn't copy and paste, you have to see the video.
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witnesses said a woman walked into the salon, became upset with the pricing, and spent the next half hour cursing at workers and other customers.
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Disgusting, low class bitches. Gawddamn. I am refraining from being a racist pig right now but I'm sure as hell thinking it.
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#72
It was a Walmart "salon." haha

All that fake hair on the floor is just NASSY! How can people attach that to their heads? Gah.

Someday I'll do a big post on how most black folks raise their kids. There is a reason they act like that.
(03-15-2013, 07:12 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: You see Duchess, I have set up a thread to discuss something and this troll is behaving just like Riotgear did.
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(11-23-2011, 11:12 AM)Lady Cop Wrote: http://www.ajc.com/news/gwinnett/walmart...38251.html

If you watch closely, you'll see a couple black men standing around. They didn't help AT ALL. Only Walmart workers and security tried to break it up.

That is a true slice of life in the ATL. People can go on and on about equality all they want, but they don't live here and see this shit all the time. Day in and day out, black violence and crime. They mostly fuck each other up, unless stealing is involved, then they include everybody else.

White folks commit crimes, too, but it is usually drug related or involves people in their own trailer park. And DUIs. Rednecks love to drink and drive. That's how they get the NASCAR experience.

MLK wept.
(03-15-2013, 07:12 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: You see Duchess, I have set up a thread to discuss something and this troll is behaving just like Riotgear did.
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#74
I dont see much of that around here, they hate the cold weather.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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(11-23-2011, 03:03 PM)Maggot Wrote: they hate the cold weather.


Tru dat. I never saw an adult one until I went to college. It was kinda like when I saw the chick with sideburns...I couldn't take my eyes off it.


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#76
In high school there were 580 kids 1 was black. Or should I say "olive hue"
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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(11-23-2011, 12:27 PM)Cracker Wrote:
(11-23-2011, 11:12 AM)Lady Cop Wrote: http://www.ajc.com/news/gwinnett/walmart...38251.html

If you watch closely, you'll see a couple black men standing around. They didn't help AT ALL.

Black guys standing around? Say it aint so

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here's some photos of the bitches and injured girl.

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#80
Christ. whackjob. :(

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Police officers shot and killed a woman as she allegedly stabbed her young child Monday afternoon in the Carver Hills neighborhood in northwest Atlanta.

Police say they found a mother stabbing a younger child and were forced to discharge their weapons. The woman, whose name was not released, refused to put down a knife and was shot in the Abner Place home, said Major Keith Meadows with Atlanta police. The child, who was 4 years old according to a neighbor, also died in the home, but it was not immediately known if the child was also shot, police said.
The woman also is accused of choking her 8-year-old son and then throwing him out a window, police said. The boy ran to a neighbor's home, where he called 911 around 1:30 p.m. The boy was in stable condition with what were believed to be minor injuries Monday afternoon, police said.

Atlanta police officers and firefighters were dispatched to the home and expected to be assisting an injured child, Meadows said. Instead, they were met with neighbors who said they believed another child was still inside the home with the woman, police said.

When officers forced their way into home, they found the woman seated in a chair and stabbing the child, according to Carlos Campos, police spokesman. The woman was ordered to drop the weapon, but did not, forcing officers to fire several shots at the woman, police said.

Meadows said between 10 and 16 shots were fired.

Neighbor Lela Smith told the AJC that the family had lived in the home about a year and a half and had moved from the Baltimore area. The woman, who recently turned 40, lived in the home with her adult brother and the children, Smith said.

"She was my friend and my neighbor," Smith said. "I am shocked because I didn't know she was like this. I'm really in shock."

Smith said the girl who died was 4 years old and would have turned 5 next month.

The officers involved in the shooting have been placed on routine administrative leave while the incident is investigated, Campos said.

The Fulton County Medical Examiner's office will conduct autopsies on the woman and the child, police said. The names of those involved in the incident were not released Monday evening, pending notification of next of kin.



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