A week ago the FBI revealed that it had thwarted an attempt to kidnap the governor of Michigan and seize control over the state governing bodies organised by a group of people and members of the local militia, who believed the Democrat Gretchen Whitmer had “uncontrolled power”.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has announced that a 14th person was charged in the case of the attempted kidnapping of the state Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer and plans to ‘instigate civil war’. The man, 51-year-old Brian Higgins, was arrested in Wisconsin and will be transferred to Michigan, where he will face trial.
Higgins has been charged with “alleged participation in a plan of domestic terrorism” under which a group of people was planning to storm the Michigan Capitol building and kidnap the state governor from her vacation home. He has also been charged with providing “material support or resources to a terrorist organization”, as he supplied the plotters with night vision goggles and a dash-camera for their surveillance operations. Higgins faces up to 20 years of prison should the court find him guilty on all counts.
Bail Hearings for 13 People Charged in Case
Apart from Higgins, a total of 13 people were charged in the same case – six people who purportedly planned the attack and seven members of the local Wolverine Watchmen militia, whom these six approached to recruit to their cause.
An alleged leader of the plot,…