F.E.A.R. (Forever Enduring Always Ready)

F.E.A.R., a militia group of active and former U.S. military members, spent at least $87,000 buying guns and bomb components which they planned to use in anti-government attacks. The group allegedly killed two people — former soldier Michael Roark and his 17-year-old girlfriend, Tiffany York — by shooting them in the woods in order to keep its plans secret. The group used the Army to recruit militia members, who wore distinctive tattoos that resemble an anarchy symbol.

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Video: 2012 A group of four United States Army soldiers who stand accused of killing a former brother-in-arms and his girlfriend committed the crime to keep their secret militia group under wraps, prosecutors in a Georgia

F.E.A.R. (Forever Enduring Always Ready) is an inactive group formed c. 2012.

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