Friday, February 22, 2019


Stephen Colbert Slams Trump’s ‘Silence’ on Coast Guard Terrorist Christopher Hasson

no comment from trump about the fine people in his base!

“The defendant is a domestic terrorist bent on committing acts dangerous to human life."
That was the first sentence in the case of United States of America v. Christopher Paul Hasson, a U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant accused of being inspired by Norwegian far-right Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik and "bent on committing acts dangerous to human life that are intended to affect government conduct."
The U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant was silently serving a darker cause as a "domestic terrorist" for telegraphing biological attacks against the homeland and keeping a hit list featuring notable Democratic politicians and media figures, court documents show.
Christopher Hasson was posted as an Acquisitions Officer for at the U.S. Coast Guard's Headquarters in Washington D.C. On Feb. 15, he was taken into custody at his Silver Spring, Maryland home by agents from the FBI's Baltimore Field Office and the Coast Guard Investigative Service, a U.S. Attorney's Office in the District of Maryland confirmed to Newsweek.
Hasson faces possessing opioid drugs and weapons charges.
The seeds of his extremist beliefs were spelled out in a draft email dated on June 2, 2017, floating in an almost feverish dream a plan to carry out "biological attacks" to eradicate civilization. 
"I am dreaming of a way to kill almost every last person on earth," the email reads, according to a motion for detention pending trial. "I think a plague would be the most successful but how do I acquire the needed / Spanish [sic] flu, botulism, anthrax; [sic] not sure yet but will find something."
Apparently, some of the doomsday notions he was espousing were fueled by partaking from his supply of “at least 100 pills” of the opioid Tramadol or TDL. 
"Need to come off TDL [Tramadol], to clear my head," he wrote in the letter. 
Agents also found a bag containing “suspected Tramadol" that Hasson carried at the moment when he was placed under arrest.
Aside from the drugs, Hasson’s home allegedly featured a cache of weapons, including 15 firearms and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition.
A locked case filled with 30 bottles of Human Growth Hormone or HGH, was found and after it was pried open, the agents inventoried the stash as evidence by federal agents, according to the documents. 
Months later, and the documents say that in Sept. 2017, Hasson revisited his warpath and allegedly penned another letter. The feds say he sent it to a "known" American Neo-Nazi (he also purportedly mailed a copy to himself "roughly seven weeks after the Charlottesville" rally).

1 comment :

  1. I don't recall Colbert or his ilk being so outraged, after a Muslim-American soldier actually did kill fellow soldiers while screaming "God is a mouse!", when Obama said that the incident had nothing to do with religion and was just a random act of workplace violence.


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