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    Will ZOGling Whigger Ass-clowns Turn Feral on ZOG/Babylon in 2019?


    ZOGling whiggers have theyz' tails up against the wall.

    Will they turn feral out of desperation and work on taking ZOG down? Or will they wait for ZOG/Babylon the Third and Final, The Mighty Evil Empire, to implode into Ten Thousand Warlords and either go out in an imperial bang or a localized whimper?


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    Coast Guard lieutenant, dubbed 'domestic terrorist,' had hit list of media bigs and Dem lawmakers: prosecutors

    By Samuel Chamberlain | Fox News


    A U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant arrested last week on weapons and drug charges is a white nationalist who apparently had a hit list of Democratic lawmakers and activists as well as prominent media personalities, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.

    In a motion for pretrial detention filed in federal court in Maryland, authorities said Lt. Christopher Paul Hasson, 49, was arrested Friday and charged with unlawful possession of a firearm and an opioid called Tramadol.

    However, the filing described the charges as "the proverbial tip of the iceberg," and referred to Hasson as "a domestic terrorist" who meant to "murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country."

    The filing was first noted by researchers from George Washington University's Program on Extremism.

    Prosecutors say Hasson regularly read a manifesto written by Anders Behring Breivik, a Norwegian far-right extremist who killed 77 people in a pair of 2011 terror attacks, and stockpiled weapons and ammunition. According to the documents, federal agents recovered 15 firearms and "conservatively" more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition from Hasson's "cramped basement apartment" in Silver Spring, Maryland.

    According to the document, Hasson organized a spreadsheet of so-called "traitors" that he subdivided into three categories: A,B, and C. So-called "Category A" traitors included Democratic Sens. Chuck Schumer of New York, Tim Kaine of Virginia, Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut (referred to as "Sen blumen jew" in the spreadsheet), Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts (referred to as "poca warren") Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, Cory Booker of New Jersey and Kamala Harris of California.

    Also listed in "Category A" were House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Rep. Alexandria Oscasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., MSNBC personalities Joe Scarborough, Chris Hayes, and Ari Melber as well as CNN host Don Lemon. Names in the "Category B" list included Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., CNN personalities Chris Cuomo and Van Jones, and the Democratic Socialists of America.

    Prosecutors say Hasson Googled topics including "what if trump illegally impeached," "best place in dc to see congress people," and "civil war if trump impeached" roughly a month before his arrest.

    The filing said Hasson had "espoused extremist views for years" and quoted a letter he drafted to "a known American neo-Nazi leader" in September 2017, nearly two months after the deadly violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. In the letter, Hasson described himself as "a long time White Nationalist, having been a skinhead 30 plus years ago before my time in the military." Hasson added that "I fully support the idea of a white homeland ... We need a white homeland as Europe seems lost. How long we can hold out there and prevent n-----ization of the Northwest until whites wake up on their own or are forcibly made to make a decision whether to roll over and die and to stand up remains to be seen."

    Three months earlier, prosecutors say Hasson drafted an email to "friends" in which he said he was "dreaming of a way to kill almost every last person on the earth. I think a plague would be most successful but how to I acquire the needed/ Spanish flu, botulism, anthrax not sure yet but will find something."

    In the same email, Hasson mused: "Start with biological attacks followed by attack [sic] on food supply ... Two pronged [sic] attack seems it might before successful. Institute a bombing/sniper campaign."

    Prosecutors said Hasson was an acquisitions officer for the National Security Cutter Acquisition Program who had been assigned to the Coast Guard's headquarters in Washington since June 2016. He previously served in the Marine Corps and the Army National Guard. A Marine Corps spokesperson said Hasson served in the Corps between 1988 and 1992 and worked as an aircraft mechanic on F/A-18 Hornets.

    "An active duty Coast Guard member stationed at Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, D.C., was arrested last week on illegal weapons and drug charges as a result of an ongoing investigation led by Coast Guard Investigation Services, in cooperation with the FBI and the Dept. of Justice," Coast Guard spokesman Lt. Cmdr. Scott McBride said in a statement. "Because this is an open investigation, the Coast Guard has no further details at this time."

    A detention hearing for Hasson is scheduled for 1 p.m. Thursday in federal court in Greenbelt, Maryland, just outside Washington.

    Fox News' Jake Gibson and Lucas Tomlinson contributed to this report.


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    Default Coast Guard Officer Plotted Terror Attacks at His Desk, Filings Say

    Coast Guard Officer Plotted Terror Attacks at His Desk, Filings Say

    By Dave Philipps
    Feb. 21, 2019


    Sitting in an office in Coast Guard headquarters, where the mission is to ensure the safety of the nation, Lt. Christopher P. Hasson took illicit opiates and plotted terror attacks that he hoped would spark a race war, according to the authorities.

    To outward appearances, the 49-year-old lieutenant was a suburban father with a desk job supplying Coast Guard ships, who was glimpsed by neighbors coming and going in uniform or walking his dogs with his wife.

    But in court filings, prosecutors said he was also a “domestic terrorist” and self-described white nationalist who studied the methods of the Unabomber, the Virginia Tech gunman and other extremist killers; stockpiled guns and drugs; drew up a target list of prominent cable news journalists and Democratic politicians to be killed; and wrote, prosecutors said, of wanting “to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country.”

    Lieutenant Hasson, who was arrested last week, appeared in federal court in Greenbelt, Md., on Thursday wearing crimson jail clothes, his hair closely cropped. He showed little emotion and declined to speak as prosecutors and his lawyer argued the question of whether he should be released from custody until his trial.

    Magistrate Judge Charles B. Day said no, at least for the next 14 days, while prosecutors consider further charges beyond the relatively minor gun and drug possession counts he now faces. Prosecutors indicated that they would probably file terrorism-related charges before the 14-day period is up.

    “The sheer number and force of the weapons that were recovered from Mr. Hasson’s residence in this case, coupled with the disturbing nature of his writings, appear to reflect a very significant threat to the safety of our community, particularly given the position of trust that Mr. Hasson held with the United States government,” Robert K. Hur, the United States attorney for the District of Maryland, said in the hearing.

    In Lieutenant Hasson’s defense, his lawyer, Julie Stelzig, depicted him as a loving husband and father with no criminal record and 28 years of military service. She called the cache of weapons that federal agents found in his basement apartment — including high-powered rifles, assault rifles, shotguns and pistols — “modest at best,” and said that in a country with an estimated 363 million guns, it was unremarkable for a Marine Corps veteran like him to own 15.

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    Default Coast Guard Lt. Christopher Hasson Wrote to Notorious Neo-Nazi Harold Covington

    Coast Guard Lt. Christopher Hasson Wrote to Notorious Neo-Nazi Harold Covington



    A U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant accused of being a domestic terrorist wrote a letter to prominent white supremacist Harold Covington discussing the idea of a “white homeland” and using “focused violence” to achieve that goal.

    Christopher Paul Hasson, 49, penned the letter to Covington, a resident of Bremerton, Washington, and the founder of The Northwest Front, in September 2017.

    Covington was a longtime proponent of creating a white ethnostate in the Pacific Northwest.

    The correspondence from Hasson wasn’t the first time Covington, who died in July 2018, crossed paths with or praised mass killers.

    Covington’s writings also inspired Dylann Storm Roof, who is on federal death row after being convicted of killing nine people at a South Carolina church in 2015.

    Frazier Glenn Miller, convicted of killing three people outside the Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom care center in Overland Park, Kansas, on April 13, 2014, spent time with Covington in the National Socialist Party of America in 1976.

    Covington was once a prominent figure in the racist movement, although in the years leading up to his death the movement had left him behind.

    But Covington still produced podcasts, spreading the conspiracy theory that Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh had as many as seven accomplices.

    Covington is not the only old-guard white supremacist whose writing inspired killers. McVeigh famously modeled his 1995 attack, which killed 168, on William Pierce’s book “The Turner Diaries.”

    Covington met with William Luther Pierce, the founder of the National Alliance, several times over the years until his death in 2002, and said he corresponded “regularly” with him.

    “There could be no question that Bill Pierce was probably the most outstanding personality that modern white nationalism has produced,” Covington said in a June 7, 2018, podcast.

    Covington proved prominent in the 1970s and 1980s as a notorious figure in American neo-Nazi circles. His ideas for a white ethnostate continue to energize the racist “alt-right,” and Covington’s organization, the Northwest Front, still exists.

    While Covington didn’t attend a National Socialist White People’s Party rally in Greensboro, N.C., in 1979, several of his associates did. At that rally, the North Carolina unit of the group took part in the killings of five left-wing, anti-Klan protesters.

    The conflict became known as the “Greensboro Massacre.” Covington never faced criminal charges and wasn’t found liable in a later civil trial.

    A longtime member of the National Socialist Party of America, Covington spent decades attempting to further racist causes. He worked in the former African nation of Rhodesia to preserve white rule and advocated a plan to turn the Pacific Northwest into a white homeland, an idea also known as the Northwest Territorial Imperative.

    Covington’s effort spanned most of his life, beginning in 1971 when he graduated high school and joined the U.S. Army. That year he also joined the National Socialist White People’s Party, the political successor to the American Nazi Party.

    Two years later, though, he was discharged from the Army and began roaming the world espousing racial separation.

    Covington also had a hand in founding the Combat 18 (C18) terror network based in England. In 1997, seven members of C18 were arrested for sending mail bombs to prominent leftist activists, mixed-race celebrity couples and members of a rival faction within C18 itself. That same year, two members of the group took part in the killing of 28-year-old Chris Castle in a dispute with that same rival faction.

    Covington again wasn’t charged with any crime but helped found the neo-Nazi group that openly advocated violence against immigrants, leftists and ethnic minorities.

    Hasson’s attorney, federal public defender Julie Stelzig, confirmed Hasson’s link to Covington during a detention hearing Thursday in federal court in Maryland.

    A judge ordered Hasson held in jail for 14 days while prosecutors and the FBI continue investigating.


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    Coast Guard officer accused of terror plot to be released on bail

    By Jeff Mordock - The Washington Times
    Updated: 4:18 p.m. on Thursday, April 25, 2019


    Hasson's modest stash as stacked up by ZOG piglice - 2 shotguns, 3 .22 rifles, 3 poodle shooters, one sniper rifle, 6 pistols with ammo

    The U.S. Coast Guard officer accused of plotting a massive terrorist attack on left-leaning politicians and journalists will be released on bail, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

    “I do not find detention is appropriate. He’s entitled to be released,” said U.S. District Judge Charles B. Day in a Greenbelt, Maryland courtroom.

    Federal prosecutors have argued that Lt. Christopher P. Hasson was amassing weapons in preparation for a major terror attack. They said he planned to murder civilians “on a scale rarely seen in this country.”

    But prosecutors have not charged him with any terrorism-related offenses since Feb. 15 arrest and subsequent indictment. U.S. Attorney Thomas Windom told the court Thursday those charges aren’t coming, either.

    Instead, the government has lodged gun and drug charges against Mr. Hasson, accusing him of possessing an illegal silencer and a banned substance. He has pleaded not guilty.

    Mr. Hasson’s public defender Liz Oyer has accused the government of leveling “inflammatory” accusations against her client without producing evidence of a terrorist plot.

    “The government has failed to deliver,” Ms. Oyer said Thursday. “They have not come forward with evidence Lt. Hasson is a domestic terrorist because he is not.”

    Mr. Windom strongly argued against releasing Mr. Hasson, pointing to well-known terrorism cases, saying their perpetrators merely had ideas until they acted upon those impulses.

    Judge Day said the absence of terrorism charges made it difficult to hold Mr. Hasson ahead of a likely trial. He noted the government didn’t even pursue a more serious charge such as stalking one of his intended targets.

    “The defendant is not charged with any terrorist activity, but clearly there is no intent to charge Mr. Hasson with anything other than what is in the indictment,” he said.

    Still, the judge said he has “grave concerns” about Mr. Hasson based on the details prosecutors have presented. Judge Day said Mr. Hasson must have “a whole lot of supervision.”

    “I got to find someone who has eyes and ears on him like nobody’s business,” he said.

    Ms. Oyer said Mr. Hasson’s wife and children have relocated to the Virginia Beach, Va., area since his arrest. She also said the defendant’s parents and brother live in Arizona, offering both locations as possibilities to hold Mr. Hasson while he awaits trial.

    Judge Day rejected the idea of shipping Mr. Hasson off to Arizona, saying he was more receptive to the Virginia option. He left it up to prosecutors and Ms. Oyer to suss out the conditions of Mr. Hasson’s release.

    It is not clear when Mr. Hasson would be released. A hearing on the terms of his release has not yet been scheduled.

    Mr. Hasson’s wife was in the courtroom for the hearing. Her jaw dropped after Judge Day ordered Mr. Hasson’s release. She refused to answer questions from reporters as she exited the courtroom.

    In court filings unsealed in February, prosecutors cited letters Mr. Hasson wrote to himself ranting against liberal ideology and claim he compiled a hit list that included House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and MSNBC and CNN journalists.

    Earlier this week, prosecutors filed court papers indicating two unnamed Supreme Court justices were also among Mr. Hasson’s intended targets. He conducted internet searches to find out where they lived, they type of security they have and which restaurants they ate at.

    Mr. Hasson, a former Marine, worked at the Coast Guard headquarters Washington, DC. He remains on active duty until the case against him is resolved.


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