A plot to incite a race war by white supremacists in Virginia with plans to bomb and shoot up black churches and Jewish Synagogues was revealed in federal court documents.
Also revealed was a plot to kill a local jewelry dealer and rob an armored car, harm a gun store owner, among other crimes, then use the proceeds to buy land, weapons and training for the upcoming ‘race war.’
Those plans didn’t come to fruition after the FBI intervened, according to CBS 6.
A Chesterfield home around 11 00 a.m. Sunday, according to neighbors.
“I walked to the end of the cul-de-sac, and saw 15 police cars, marked and unmarked, and K-9’s searching,” said a a woman who preferred to not give her name. “There were people wearing camo and carrying big weapons.”
CBS 6 reports:
The documents reveal that, Robert Doyle and Ronald Beasley Chaney and others ascribing to a white supremacist version of the Asatru faith met inside a home on Candlewick Lane. The FBI received information that during a meeting there in late September members discussed acting out their extremist beliefs by shooting or bombing occupants of black churches and Jewish synagogues and plotting to kill an Oklahoma gun store owner.
Doyle met with Charles Halderman of Henrico to plot the murder of a local jeweler, rob an armored truck and harm a Virginia gun store owner, according to documents.
Watch courtesy of CBS 6:
All three men are charged with just one felony but authorities expect more charges to be filed.
“With all the allegations in there, this one charge is just the tip of the iceberg,” said CBS 6 legal expert Todd Stone. “I expect other serious charges.”
“It’s always in the back of your mind,” said Rodney Clarke, the chairman of the trustees of a Baptist church near where investigators said the white supremacists’ meeting took place.“This is right around the corner.”
“It’s a shame you can’t worship your god in peace,” he said. “You try to have your focus on him, but you have to worry about what’s coming through the door.”
Thankfully, racists aren’t very bright. According to documents, Doyle met with an undercover agent numerous times to check out automatic weapons, explosives and silencers he wanted to purchase on Sunday.
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