Christian Terrorists Sentenced To 25 Years For Plot To Bomb Somali Muslims In Kansas

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Dino246

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I'd have to question their understanding of "Christian".
 

kaylagrl

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7seasrekeyed

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It just never ends!!!

The Associated Press reports that the men were also associated with a militia group calling itself the Kansas Security Force.

Last October, prior to sentencing, lawyers for the convicted domestic terrorists asked the judge for leniency in their sentencing because the three had been radicalized by the violent rhetoric of Donald Trump.


Associated Press reports that defense attorneys asked the court to take into account “what they called President Donald Trump’s rhetoric encouraging violence.”


At the time of sentencing U.S. District Judge Erin Melgren dismissed defense attorneys’ request, noting:
We have extremely divisive elections because our system is to resolve those through elections and not violence.and


seriously? with the rampant nonsense from the left attacking people in restaurants, at home, threatening families and making death threats, and the ever strange Maxine with her rhetoric?

nice to see a judge with common sense


question: didn't read the whole thing so I am wondering, did these 3 say they were Christian or did people assume they are/were?

anybody know for sure?

thanks
 

maxwel

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This is old news from 2016.



And just for the record:

A. I haven't personally seen any clear indication these men were actually Christians, or belonged to a church.... maybe they were, but I didn't see anything to confirm it.

B. The FBI had been surveilling them for a long time, and didn't bother arresting them till mid October, right before the election... the exact time when "October surprise" stunts are pulled during the election cycle.

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Well either way, if they claim to be Christian, people will believe it and hate us. If it was staged that they were Christians people will believe it and hate us, get me?