Federal officials claim two men from Georgia who are supposedly members of a militia planned a domestic terror attack with the deadly poison ricin.
Recent report finds FBI informers behind most domestic terror plots. Court documents state that 73-year-old Frederick Thomas told others in the “fringe group” that he intended to fashion his attack on the online novel “Absolved,” which involves small groups of citizens attacking U.S. officials. Fox News expert Mike Vanderboegh wrote the novel.
“In Vanderboegh’s novel, which was self-published online, underground militia fighters declare war on the federal government over gun control laws and same-sex marriage, leading to a second American revolution,” writes Matt Gertz for the Soros-funded Media Matters operation.
Gertz compares Vanderboegh’s novel to the to National Alliance founder William Pierce’s The Turner Diaries and links it to government agent Timothy McVeigh.