Ohio Unorganized Militia Assistance and Advisory Committee

"Unorganized militia" is a statutory term in federal and state law that refers to the nominal manpower pool created a century ago when federal law formally abandoned compulsory militia service. The term implies that the organization is not only legal but that it is, in fact, a constitutional arm of the government. This argument was amplified by later militia proponents who claim that militia groups are: (a) equivalent to the statutory militia; (b) not controlled by the government; and (c) designed to oppose the government should it become tyrannical. In the early 1990s  a series of catalysts occurred that angered people on the extreme right sufficiently to start a new militia movement.  The events that angered them ranged from the election of Bill Clinton to the Rodney King riots to the passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement. More than any other issue, though, the deadly standoffs at Ruby Ridge, Idaho, in 1992 and Waco, Texas, in 1993 ignited widespread…

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