Several of the defendants, including Boyd, were also charged with practicing military tactics on a private property in Caswell County in June and July of this year.I wonder what the definition of "military tactics" is? And why would it be illegal on private property? If I drill, march, or practice convoy ops, that might be weird but should not be illegal. If I want to practice shooting, play airsoft or paintball (as I have done many times) is it breaking the law because the tactics might be military?
Monday, July 27, 2009
In an otherwise straightforward story about US born jihadis, the AP has this tidbit: