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4 Georgia Men Plotted Ricin Attack on Officials

November 02, 2011  | 

Four Georgia men who are members of a fringe militia group were arrested on Tuesday for planning to attack federal and state officials with guns, bombs, and the toxin ricin.

The men were recorded telling an FBI informant that they wanted to kill federal judges, Internal Revenue Service employees and agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, reports the New York Times.

"When it comes time to saving the Constitution, that means some people have got to die," one said.


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