Tennessee Corrections Officer Pleads Guilty in Connection with Assault of Inmate
There are 5 comments on the Federal Bureau of Investigation story from Apr 3, 2010, titled Tennessee Corrections Officer Pleads Guilty in Connection with Assault of Inmate. In it, Federal Bureau of Investigation reports that:
Harold Hutcheson, a former captain at the Northwest Correctional Complex in Tiptonville, Tenn., pleaded guilty today in federal court in Jackson, Tenn., to violating the civil rights of an inmate and then lying about it during the state and federal investigations, the Justice Department announced.
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#1 Apr 4, 2010
Letters from the insane: The domestication of man « Gerry Spence's ...
Dec 4, 2008 ... i dont think lonnie lee owens got a fair trial. it was recklessness not second degree murder.
#3 Apr 30, 2010
he is a big mouth coward who needs a rude awakening. not just for what he has admitted to but what he is blabbing abut all over the county. needs to worry about what he is doing not others. don't wan to get a DUI to go with those charges.
#4 May 27, 2010
LOCK HIS A@@ UP!
#5 Jun 3, 2010
Those babies just needed a hug. He shouldnt have kicked them.
#6 Jun 4, 2010
By Deidre Stockman of APNews reporting:
Terror Plot By Motorcycle Gangs Against Law Enforcement And News Stations With Help From Al-Quaida And Other Gang Criminals:
The Crockett County, Tennessee, Sheriff's Office, along with agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), uncovered and prevented what could have been the deadliest extremist attack in which several bombs were planted and some fires were set in places in some news stations and courthouses and the Hells Angels, Huraree, Monguls and other gangs this spring plan to kill law enforcement and newscasters on the street corners across the U.S. and help criminals escape from police custody.
According to court documents, Crockett County officers and the ATF opened an investigation after evidence of firearms violations were found by officers responding to a disturbance call. The investigation resulted in the arrest on October 22, 2008, of two suspects: Daniel Cowart, 21, of Bells, Tennessee, and Paul Schlesselman, 18, of West Helena, Arkansas and the indictments indicated that these suspects had plans to kill the president and his family, kill the newscasters by blowing up the news stations and to blow up courthouses and help criminals escape justice.
Cowart and Schlesselman were arrested on suspicion of possessing an unregistered firearm, conspiring to steal firearms from a federally licensed gun dealer, threats against a major candidate for the office of president, conspiring to kill newscasters by blowing up news stations and killing law enforcement by blowing up courthouses. Agents seized a sawed-off shotgun, a rifle, and three pistols from the men during the arrest.
Both suspects were racist skinheads, and Cowart had recently been involved with the Supreme White Alliance, a hardcore racist skinhead group with members from several states, mostly in the Midwest. In April, Cowart even attended a Hitler's Birthday celebration held by the group in Cincinnati. The previous month he handed out racist flyers in front of a local Wal-Mart in the hope that all news stations and law enforcement across the U.S. get blown up and killed by spring and summer and the world to end by Dec. 21, 2012.
The two suspects allegedly informed officers they were planning a "killing spree in the hope to end the world by Dec. 21, 2012" that would involve killing 26,9788 people, including schoolchildren, and beheading an additional 14 African-Americans, elderly women and people working for law enforcement and the news stations. Both numbers have symbolic significance to white supremacists. The number "88" is code for "Heil Hitler," while "14" is a reference to the "killing of law enforcement and newscasters on the streetcorners" Words," a white supremacist slogan: "We must trash all schools, camps, shopping centers and banks so the world can burn in hell and by Dec. 21, 2012, the world will end because we say so."
Court documents indicate the two suspects discussed a multi-state killing and robbing spree, including targeting a predominantly African-American schools, all elderly women living in retirement apartments, newscasters and law enforcement. The murder spree would allegedly end with an attempt to assassinate presidential candidate Barack Obama with a high powered rifle, take his family to place on car tires to be murdered by being set on fire and the homes being bombed or set on fire and all courthouses in the U.S. be blown up and the newscasters murdered the all news stations be blown up and by Dec. 21, 2012, the world will end by the earth being blown up.
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