2 Marine veterans charged in connection with alleged plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer
This week, two members of the Marine Corps were among the men charged with the suspected kidnapping of Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan Gov.
Daniel Harris, one of six men federally charged with the attention grabbing lawsuit, worked in the Navy between 2015 and 2019.
Harris, the 23-year-old, and five other men have been suspected of hatching the DPG 's plan.
Seven other men, including Joseph Morrison, part of the corps from 2015 to 2020, were trusted separately by the Michigan attorney general.
Morrison, 26, faces allegations, including financial aid for acts of terrorism.
"Capt Joseph Butterfield, a spokesman for the Navies, said in the New York Daily News, Saturday's comment," The serious accusations are not the marine company, represent the oath that every Marine commands and protections of the constitution and do not comply with our fundamental values.
Officials claimed that conspirators watched the house in Whitmer and debated bombs for annoying policemen.
The 49-year-old governor wrote a Washington post opinion condemning President Donald Trump for splitting the nation after officials had claimed that they had broken the plot.
"They legitimize their behavior as our politicians promote domestic terrorists," Whitmer said.
"They are guilty because they promote and lead to hatred."
Trump had faced a tempest of backlash after telling "get up and stand" during the presidential debates on 29 September to the Proud Boys, a far-right organization linked to extremism.
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