NW Indiana man charged in plot contests indictment
March 29, 2010 11:46 AM | 52 Comments | UPDATED STORY
Hammond police check a home on Calumet Avenue in Whiting, Ind., today in connection with the weekend FBI arrest of Thomas Piatek. (Michael Tercha/Tribune)
Nine members of a self-described Christian militia group, including one from northwest Indiana, are accused of plotting to kill a Michigan police officer and then stage an attack on other officers attending his funeral.
Members of the group, the Hutaree, plotted to attack law enforcement vehicles during the funeral procession with "improvised explosive devices" and "explosively-formed projectiles," the U.S. attorney's office said. According to a federal indictment, members of the group view local, state and federal law enforcement as the "brotherhood," their enemy. The plot dates to August 2008, the indictment says.
Among those charged in the alleged pl
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