05.10.12

The plight of the Georgia Ricin Beans Gang

Posted in Extremism, Ricin Kooks at 8:59 am by George Smith

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports two of the members of the gang will likely go to trial. Two have already accepted pleas on conspiring to acquire weapons and silencers. From the AJC: Lawyers representing Ray Adams, 55, and Samuel Crump, 68, gave no indication at Tuesday’s federal court hearing whether they would seek a plea deal […]

04.23.12

The plight of the Georgia Ricin Beans Gang

Posted in Ricin Kooks, War On Terror at 8:02 am by George Smith

A piece from a small Georgia newspaper shows the plight of one of the old white cranks swept up in the FBI’s domestic terror case. For the past ten years the FBI has had an extensive network of criminal informants. In Tim Weiner’s history of the FBI, Enemies, it is revealed the agency’s counter-terror operation […]

04.11.12

Two members of the Georgia Ricin Beans Gang plead guilty

Posted in Ricin Kooks, War On Terror at 10:22 am by George Smith

Once again the Internet recipe for ricin takes down some fools. Today wire news informed two members of the George Ricin Beans Gang copped guilty pleas to the lesser charges of “conspiring to get explosives and silencers.” From the Associated Press: Two Georgia men pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiring to get an unregistered explosive and […]

11.17.11

The Georgia Ricin Beans Gang stays jailed

Posted in Extremism, Ricin Kooks at 8:36 am by George Smith

There’s not a defense lawyer in the US capable of arguing a client/defendant out of jail when ricin and accusations of terrorism planning are the central matters. Never been done. Everyone has eventually gone to prison. And those in jail generally always stay there until trial. Judges are not swayed once the word “ricin” is […]

11.08.11

The Ricin Beans Gang (continued)

Posted in Crazy Weapons, Extremism, Ricin Kooks at 3:44 pm by George Smith

The Atlanta Journal Constitution had someone call today in order to discuss the literature of ricin-making in the US. I’m the expert. Hit Google with “ricin recipe” or “recipe for ricin” and the I Feel Lucky button and all roads lead to stuff I’ve written. What’s remarkable about ricin recipes — all those pertinent here […]

11.07.11

FBI affidavit on the Ricin Beans Gang

Posted in Crazy Weapons, Extremism, Ricin Kooks at 4:55 pm by George Smith

Even FBI special agents make typos. From the indictment of the Georgia Ricin Beans Gang: “Castor beans are used for food and agriculture …” From the Wisconsin office of the Dept of Homeland Security: “The beans are not normally used as food …” The Ricin Beans Gang discussing their (actually quite ludicrous) plan to use […]

11.05.11

The Ricin Beans Gang (continued)

Posted in Crazy Weapons, Extremism, Ricin Kooks at 10:33 am by George Smith

A news story from Georgia reveals a marker on what the geriatric ricin beans gang was working from: ATLANTA — Four men who were indicted in alleged terror attacks had the weapons they wanted and were one ingredient away from making deadly toxin ricin, according to a criminal indictment. Two days before they were arrested […]

03.28.14

The ricin lad said the darndest things about his favorite TV show. You and lawyers will scratch your heads!

Posted in Bioterrorism, Culture of Lickspittle, Ricin Kooks at 11:03 am by George Smith

Young Georgetown ricin-maker, Danny Milzman, had a favorite TV show: Breaking Bad! In fact, if the lawyers in his case are to be taken at face value, one might say Breaking Bad broke him, in some hard to pin down way. I liked the show, too. Especially the end where Walter dies to Badfinger’s “Baby […]

11.23.13

Ricin Mama cuts a deal

Posted in Bioterrorism, Ricin Kooks, War On Terror at 11:12 am by George Smith

Shannon Richardson, the Texas woman and sometime television extra who tried to frame her husband on a ricin beef by sending castor powder letters to the president and others, has entered a plea agreement with the government. No terms have been announced. While in jail, Richardson gave birth to a child. She was originally charged […]

11.10.11

The ricin recipe keeps on giving

Posted in Extremism, Ricin Kooks at 9:48 am by George Smith

I’ve commented on the durability of the poison recipes from the neo-Nazi survivalist extremist right in the United States. Starting in books, the recipe is now on handwritten papers copied from digital copies, passed down through the years. And they all serve as tickets to prison and personal ruin in a certain very unique and […]

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