Blumenthal among targets of white supremacist terrorist

Leroy Wright
February 21, 2019

PREVIOUS STORY A Coast Guard lieutenant who was arrested last week is a "domestic terrorist" who drafted an email discussing biological attacks and had what appeared to be a hit list that included prominent Democrats and media figures, prosecutors said in court papers.

Christopher Hasson, 49, faces federal charges of illegal possession of a firearm and possession of a controlled substance, according to court documents.

In a filing requesting that Hasson be detained pending trial, prosecutors described him as a "domestic terrorist" who was stockpiling weapons as part of a plot to, in his words, "kill nearly every last person on earth".

Christopher Paul Hasson wanted to "establish a white homeland", dreamed of ways to "kill nearly every last person on earth", and drew up a list of targets that included liberal Democrats like Blumenthal and CNN and MSNBC journalists, according to court records filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Maryland.

Federal prosecutors are expected to argue at Thursday's bail hearing that Hasson must remain in jail until his trial.

But the government called those charges the "proverbial tip of the iceberg", and subsequently filed the motion on Tuesday asking the court to detain Hasson, who has a detention hearing on February 21. "I think a plague would be most successful but how do I acquire the needed/ Spanish flu, botulism, anthrax not sure yet but will find something", the court documents say. "Guide my hate to make a lasting impression on this world".

"Liberalist/globalist ideology is destroying traditional peoples esp white".

A neo-Nazi serving as a lieutenant in the United States coast guard has been caught plotting to attack Democratic members of Congress, including congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and well-known media personalities, according to prosecutors. Richard Blumenthal; "shumer", who was taken to be Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, "gillibran", who is likely Sen.

The document advocated "focused violence in order to establish a white homeland", prosecutors said.

The claims first were found by Seamus Hughes of the Program on Extremism at George Washington University and then shared with, the report said.

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The Coast Guard confirmed Hasson is an active duty member stationed at the service's headquarters in Washington.

Authorities said he bought weapons across the country.

"When law enforcement raided Hasson's apartment, they said they found a locked container loaded with more than 30 vials of what appeared to be human growth hormones".

"The defendant is a domestic terrorist, bent on committing acts risky to human life that are meant to affect governmental conduct", prosecutors wrote in court papers.

Hasson served in the U.S. Marine Corps and Army National Guard before beginning work for the Coast Guard in 2016.

One of the most frequent subjects for Hasson was Anders Breivik, who back in 2011 slaughtered 77 Norwegians and left behind a lengthy manifesto preaching against the "Islamization" of Europe.

"I was and am a man of action you can not change minds protesting like that".

The list featured the names 'JOEY, ' which prosecutors said was a reference to former Congressman Joe Scarborough and 'cortez, ' which was an alleged reference to freshman U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Last May, a report by ProPublica found that at least three members of the neo-Nazi terrorist organization Atomwaffen Division are on active duty in the U.S. military, and at least three other members have been identified as former service members.

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