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Friday, January 29, 2010



By: Emiley Morgan

Thursday 28 January 2010
23:50 Hours MST


In August, Brandon Easter of Farmington was indicted on charges of possession of a pipe bomb that Federal Bureau of Investigation agents found in his home last August.

Last week, Brandon Easter was released for the nearly six months he's served, and sentenced to five months home confinement by United States District Judge Clark Waddoups.

He was also sentenced to a term of thirty-six months probation, during which he will not be able to possess a firearm or have contact with extremist groups.

1 comment:

John Robert Mallernee said...


Due to the dearth of details in this poorly written news report, numerous questions might be generated in the minds of a concerned public.

How large was the device, how was it constructed, of what materials, and for what purpose?

How was the device discovered, and what circumstances provoked the arrest?

What specific "extremist groups" are being referred to?

Who defines which groups are extremist?

Regardless of federal laws, home made black powder pipe bombs have legitimate uses for removing obstacles on ranches and farms.

Furthermore, many private individuals simply enjoy creating, altering, and detonating, home made explosives as a harmless amusing hobby.

As we are now on the eve of a general violent uprising against the present federal tyranny (along with its local and state collaborators), ultimately necessary to restore our lost republic, the laws and restrictions on firearms and explosives ignore and violate inalienable rights guaranteed by the Constitution, and therefore, are illegal and should be flouted.

Since the DESERET NEWS can't be trusted to publish my comments, this one, along with the article, will be posted on my blog.

Thank you.

John Robert Mallernee
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Washington, D.C. 20011-8400