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Alleged militia man nailed by the Feds
« on: December 13, 2004, 09:21:36 PM »
Alleged Militia Sentence to Prison in Pa.

Associated Press


ERIE, Pa. - An alleged militia leader who authorities claimed built
a bunker on his land and stockpiled weapons for a showdown with
federal agents was sentenced to nearly 3 years in prison.

George Bilunka, 60, pleaded guilty in August to possessing
unregistered firearms - two homemade land mines, a modified rifle
and a homemade machine gun.

He also acknowledged that he and another alleged militia leader sold
a copy of a Sten gun - a British-made World War II 9 mm machine gun -
to an undercover federal agent for $300.

On Monday, a federal judge sentenced Bilunka to nearly 3 years in
prison, saying it could have been disastrous if someone happened
upon the weapons Bilunka kept at his home.

"I can't imagine anything worse," U.S. District Judge Maurice B.
Cohill Jr. said.

Bilunka also was sentenced to serve three years of supervised
release when he leaves prison.

Federal prosecutors said Bilunka is the self-proclaimed leader of a
militia called the Christian American Patriots Survivalists, who
believe that the end of the world is near.

Bilunka built a bunker on his land, about 70 miles north of
Pittsburgh, and filled it with six months of food and supplies,
federal prosecutors said. He also had about 60 legally owned guns at
his home and trained his group to kill SWAT officers, prosecutors
said.
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Alleged militia man nailed by the Feds
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2004, 09:38:20 PM »
Wow, 3 years in prison for the right to keep and bear arms.  

 :ticked:  and the people still sleep!! !! !!
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