Posted by | April 17, 2010 00:48 | Filed under: Top Stories

The head of the Hutaree Christian Militia who was arrested with other members and accused of a plot to kill cops told members it was okay to kill “anyone who  might stumble upon the operation.”

Details about the Hutaree’s planned training session — to be held during the second and fourth Saturdays in April — were revealed in a 17-page document prosecutors filed in response to a defense motion to free Hutaree leader David Stone (pictured) while he awaits trial.

It, along with several other government filings over the past week, help paint a fuller picture of the southern Michigan-based group’s make-up and activities.

Friday’s filing included a transcript of remarks Stone allegedly made during a January briefing on the planned operation.

According to the filing, Stone told other Hutaree members that “we are going locked and loaded.”

“If you’re made, somebody comes tripping along, they just happen to see you, we’re gonna handle it as a hostile situation,” Stone said. “That means you put them on the ground.”

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