Indictment Against the Hutaree Nine (with excerpts)
If you’re looking for a copy of an indictment against the Hutaree Nine that shows the U.S. government to be simply arresting Americans for exercising their religion and their right to bear arms, well, we don’t have that indictment, because it doesn’t exist. That paranoid notion of an anti-Christian indictment has been blazing across the internet this morning but is a fiction.
If, on the other hand, you’re looking for a copy of the actual, real indictment against the Hutaree Nine, you can read it right here. It was issued by a Grand Jury in Michigan, not the Illuminati, and is attested to by two Assistant United States Attorneys, Joseph Falvey and Ronald Waterstreet. Neither Falvey nor Waterstreet has been a contributor to the Obama campaign or to any Democratic candidates. As a matter of fact, Falvey is a two-time contributor to Republican Senators.
Some excerpts from the indictment describing the activities of the Hutaree Nine:
Some Hutaree members are identifiable by their tiger stripe camouflage uniforms with a distinct shoulder patch which contains a black cross, two brown vertical pillars which form the letter “H” in combination with the black cross, two red spears, a brown V shape at the base of the cross symbolizing the supporting hands of the Hutaree, and the initials “CCR.”
From on or about August 16, 2008, and continuing thereafter up to and including the date of the filing of this indictment… the defendants… acting as a militia group known as the Hutaree, did knowingly conspire, confederate, and agree with each other and other persons known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to levy war against the United States, to oppose by force the authority of the Government of the United States, and to prevent, hinder, and delay by force the execution of any United States law.
The general concept of operations provided that the Hutaree would commit some violent act to draw the attention of law enforcement or government officials and which would prompt a response by law enforcement. Possible such acts which were discussed included killing a member of law enforcement after a traffic stop, killing a member of law enforcement and his or her family at home, ambushing a member of law enforcement in rural communities, luring a member of law enforcement with a false 911 emergency call and then killing him or her, and killing a member of law enforcement and then attacking the funeral procession motorcade with weapons of mass destruction. These acts would intimidate and demoralize law enforcement diminishing their ranks and rendering them ineffective.
The general concept of operations further provided that, once such action was taken, Hutaree members would then retreat to one of several “rally points” where the Hutaree would wage war against the government and be prepared to defend in depth with trip-wired and command detonated anti-personnel Improvised Explosive Devices (IED), ambushes, and prepared fighting positions. It is believed by the Hutaree that this engagement would then serve as a catalyst for a more wide-spread uprising against the Government.
According to the plan, the Hutaree would then attack law enforcement vehicles during the funeral procession with Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) with Explosively Formed Projectiles (EFP). Subsequently, and in furtherance of this plan, David Brian Stone, a.k.a. “RD,” a.k.a. “Joe Stonewall,” a.k.a. “Captain Hutaree,” obtained information about such devices over the internet and emailed diagrams of such devices to a person he believed capable of manufacturing the devices. Also in furtherance of this plan, Joshua Matthew Stone, a.k.a. “Josh,” and others provided materials necessary for the manufacturing of such devices at the direction of David Brian Stone…
David Brian Stone, a.k.a. “RD,” a.k.a. “Joe Stonewall,” a.k.a. “Captain Hutaree,” also announced to conspirators a covert reconnaissance exercise scheduled for April 2010, during which exercise anyone who happened upon the exercise who did not acquiesce to Hutaree demands could be killed.
In anticipation of the summit, David Brian Stone, a.k.a. “RD,” a.k.a. “Joe Stonewall,” a.k.a. “Captain Hutaree,” solicited a person he believed capable of manufacturing destructive devices to provide him with four anti-personnel Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) to take with them to the summit. Although weather conditions prevented them from reaching their destination, David Brian Stone, a.k.a. “RD,” a.k.a. “Joe Stonewall,” a.k.a. “Captain Hutaree,” identified law enforcement officers in a specific community near his residence, and one officer in particular, as potential targets of attack.
From on or about August 13, 2009, and continuing thereafter… the defendants… without lawful authority, did knowingly attempt to use one or more weapons of mass destruction, specifically, explosive bombs, explosive mines, and other similar explosive devices against persons and property within the United States, to wit: local, State and Federal law enforcement officers and vehicles…
These are accusations, not confirmed activities, and until the Hutaree Nine are convicted by a jury of their peers they are presumed innocent. It will be interesting to see whether these literally explosive allegations bear up under the scrutiny of a criminal trial.