A “doomsday prepper” in a rural area of Maryland became a target for police and the FBI after he told an undercover cop that he was “very irritated” about Barack Obama’s re-election, sparking an investigation that eventually led to 46-year-old Terry Porter being thrown in prison and having his home raided by 150 armed officers.
Neighbors might seem to be friendly but it’s very easy to pick up the phone and turn on a prepper whom they fear, especially women with children. Knowing a neighbor has a stockpile of automatic weapons could bring to mind the recent mass murders and cause fear for local children.
A prepper should only discuss his stockpiles with other preppers. Clovers are everywhere and can not be trusted. They have a different mind set.
Heck Jaesun, you never know. He may have discussed matters with a fellow “prepper” who turned out to be an undercover cop. After all when the gun-vernment stockpiles weapons and ammunition, it’s usually because they intend to use what they’ve stored. So if a mere mundane does the same thing, the average bureaucRAT would assume he intends to act just like the gun-vernment goons. People tend to judge what you will do in a given situation by what’s in their own heart. So the moral of the story is don’t discuss anything controversial with anyone you aren’t absolutely sure you can trust. Which means you just about can’t discuss anything with anyone at all. Just sayin’
I agee 100% with your assessment. It might even be wise to keep some details about weapons from a spouse.
Now might be a good time to find a lawyer.
This guy appears to be on someone’s short list since he does not genuflect at the flavor of the day.
Lesson learned: Keep quiet in front of strangers.
I wonder about the “anonymous” source. If he was liked by his neighbors, who would bring the heat on him?
It takes one “robot” to screw with you. They’re fearful, weak and preprogramed to march lock-step to the piper’s tune. On top of that they justify their duplicitous back-stabbing as being “safe”.