Who Is John Huggins?

This story is presented so that you can follow the links and read the comments underneath the original article

The ‘alphabet’ media and the indoctrination camps have done a solid job of creating atrophy within synapses which would normally attach the logic lobe to the cerebral cortex. 

Partriotic PreparationTREMONTON, Utah – Authorities have arrested a 47-year-old Utah man they say wanted to kill police officers and blow up a police department with the hope it would cause an uprising against the government.

*snip* [ oh.. ooh… oh…. I know, I know, I know….. wait, are they talking about Bill Ayers?… I thought he was older?.. oh, well, um, never mind….  /SD ]  *snip*

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Utah said in a statement late Friday that FBI agents and police in Tremonton arrested John Huggins on Thursday.

FBI Special Agent Steven Cadiz says in court documents that Huggins built an improvised explosive device and possessed explosive materials and instructions for making bombs.

*snip* [oh, oh oh…. it’s just like Corkins – Floyd Corkins II – yeah, yeah that’s the ticket… the guy who was planning to destroy the family research council, that dude.. wait – huh, no?… Rats] *snip*

U.S. Attorney’s Office spokeswoman Melodie Rydalch says Huggins appeared on a charge of possessing an unregistered destructive device Friday afternoon and will remain in custody until a hearing Tuesday.

*snip* [ ok, ok, ok, got it this time… it’s just like those Occupy, I mean “Anarchy” folks who were going to blow up the bridge in Cleveland right.. huh, no? not that either?… snap ] *snip* 

If convicted, he could face 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.  (  Now, go read the comments under the article)

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If you leave a comment over there you might consider:

If you change the age and location in the first paragraph:

….”authorities have arrested a 67-year-old Chicago man they say wanted to kill police officers and blow up a police department with the hope it would cause an uprising against the government“…..

You might think they were talking about Bill Ayers !

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30 Responses to Who Is John Huggins?

  1. stella says:

    The Huffington post article says he wanted to blow up a bible study too. Doesn’t sound much like a right winger to me – just some poor crazy s.o.b.

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    • Daniel says:

      It is a miserable mistake to presume conservatives are religious. I am very conservative yet I reject religious thought. (And please, no need to think of me as enemy, Jesus wouldn’t approve and you know it)

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      • stella says:

        If you are a conservative, would your target be a bible study? I didn’t think so.

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      • stella says:

        Don’t leap to conclusions, Daniel, either about my presumptions about conservatives (although most are religious), or that I think that non-religious people are the “enemy”. You are making LOTS of assumptions about me and about religious people in general.

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      • michellc says:

        If your non-religious or in this case you seem to be saying non-Christian, why would you throw Jesus into the mix? I’ve never been able to understand why non-Christian people always want to lecture Christians on Jesus and/or the Bible.
        I’m also not real clear on why you would naturally assume stating your faith or lack thereof automatically makes you the enemy of a Christian.

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    • dws says:

      Did I miss it? Where does it say he was a right winger? The comments seem to indicate it but I don’t see it anywhere in the article what his politics are.

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  2. Wizzum says:

    Why do Libs immediately equate anarchists with the right? It is a leftist, far leftist concept.

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    • rashomon says:

      I know it’s confusing given the whole meaning of left and right has changed over the years. Consider a line with the far left end representing various forms of totalitarianism (the individual has NO rights; i.e. fascism, socialism, communism, feudalism, monarchy, oligarchy, dictatorship, etc.) —–> mid-line represents a democracy where 50.01% rules (mob rule, so to speak, but the individual gets to vote) ——-> and far right end is anarchy (no government, every man for himself, individualism to an extreme). A constitutional republic falls somewhere to the right of the middle, depending on how well its constitution addresses individual rights. Credit for this goes to a former professor who taught in both Europe and the U.S.

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    • Rob Crawford says:

      “Anarchists” are just Marxists. The “anarchy” they go about is Marx’s promised “withering of the State” after the “dictatorship of the proletariat”. If you don’t believe me, consider that small-government and radical libertarians would seem to be the closest in ideals to an “anarchist”, but anarchists in reality hate libertarians. Also look at what anarchists protest for and against.

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  3. stella says:

    My favorite comment:

    “How could anybody be anti government these days?”

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      Yeah, that ones a real knee-slapper

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    • rashomon says:

      CBSnews. Whatcanyasay.

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    • kim says:

      That had to be sarcasm, don’t you think? I can’t believe anyone could say that with a straight face nowadays.

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      • hoosiergranny says:

        Unfortunately, Kim, there are still a lot of zombies out there. A friend of our daughter just posted that some of her FB friends had “divorced” her because she’s a conservative. She’s very careful about what she posts. People were getting OFFENDED by what she was posted. My 86 year old mother would say they need to grow up and get over it.

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  4. czarowniczy says:

    One wonders from the comments if the original news article was posted any further out than NPR. Then again, this was in Utah and to most of the civilized world Utah is full of Mormons, desert lizards and uncivilized native just waiting to be baptized in in the blood of Starbucks. The FBI once considered Utah a ‘punishment’ post, don’t know if they still do, but wouldn’t be surprised if some agent was blowing this all up (‘scuse the reference) to try and buy his way into a more urbane posting.
    This guy was is a white, conservative, far-right, Tea Party, racist (throw that in for good measure), anti-government wacko. As for Ayers, he was a folk hero and an anarchist (or was that anti-Christ, can’t remember). In this sense anarchist has been Orwell new-speaked into a honorific, its pejorative position being taken by any word spoken/written by a progressive to describe a conservative.

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    • rashomon says:

      Ayres, my dear czar, was a spoiled brat from the get-go, among the most unwashed of the Great Unwashed of his day, who would have dissolved into a puddle without Daddy’s money and clout. (Did I make it clear how I feel about him and his ken? ‘Spect so.)

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      • czarowniczy says:

        State and local LEA were actively looking out for him – the progs cum guerrillas of those days thought places like Utah were so backwards that we’d never recognize them. As I’d stated in another post a lot of LEA had Weathermen posters on the firing range, before such became non-PC, and most would have recognized him – especially over a set of open sights. The entire Weather movement managed to get itself portrayed as more folk icons than the violent trash they were. Oh for a redux.

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  5. Gregg keyes says:

    …unregistered explosive device…what the hell is that? a firecracker, a bottle rocket? A shaken coke bottle? I missed the mailing saying that ANYTHING that can go ‘pop’, has to be registered. Is there a form for that? If I register it is it ok to go ahead and use it? I have permission right? This sounds like an open ticket to throw someone in jail because they spoke.

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    • michellc says:

      I can remember the days when my Dad could go down to the local hardware store and buy dynamite.
      I was talking to a construction guy awhile back and he says now they make it very hard to buy explosives or materials for explosives, it involves license, permits and forms and hoping you didn’t forget to dot an i or cross a t and there is still a gray area where it’s possible they could charge you with a federal crime.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Worst part is building the storage magazine, it’s like jumping through a very small hoop. Even in a rural area try going to the permits board with your magazine plans for approval – there’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that you are building something very strange. Feds don’t care if you don’t have a permit, not their problem, but if you do get one it’s public record.
        Weird – if you have a Fed explosives permit you can get the most popular rural-use high explosive sent to you by common carrier — it’s a 2-part that isn’t an explosive until mixed, the separate parts are classed as flammables. Once you get them you should be storing them in your magazine. The blasting caps you buy from the supplier but in about all cases you have to drive to the supplier’s magazine with a DOT-ATF approved container for the caps. Here you have to have placards, meet all Fed and state DOT requirements while you transport and notify each sheriff’s department in each county you’re driving through. Once you get the caps home they can be stored in an ATF approved box in your barn. Go figure. Can’t wait to see how those Muslim terrorists are going to meet the ATF-DOT requirements.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Nope, in short the National Firearms Act of 1934 created a situation where certain items were illegal unless you pay a tax, e.g., short-barreled rifles and shotguns, fully automatic weapons, silencers and our friend here, destructive devices. The definition of a destructive device as far as explosives and incendiaries go is rather wide and the Feds make anyone manufacturing them pay for a permit and requires registration of the individual devices. You get busted for a homemade silencer (easy to do-think potato on the end of a .22 rifle) and you’re nailed on a charge of an unregistered destructive device. You get nailed on making some really big 4th of July sky-bursting fireworks in your garage and you can get popped for an unregistered destructive device. Old ATF’s largely in the job of tax laws – or is that fees, hard to tell after Obamacare.

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  6. BertDilbert says:

    Is this another case where the government found a moron and gave him supplies and instructions on how to build a bomb?

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  7. Sarah says:

    When you stated…”and before you post a comment there, you might want to consider…” I thought it was going to end with “you might want to consider not stopping their mojo, the fools are out and documenting..pure entertainment”.

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