You are not a sus­pect if you have an “I like Osama” bumper sticker on your car. You are not a sus­pect if you reg­u­larly at­tend a Wah­habi mosque. You are not a sus­pect if you are preach­ing hate and anti-Amer­i­can­ism in church for­merly at­tended by the pre­side

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play signs or bumper stick­ers from third-party groups are not in dan­ger of ha­rass­ment from po­lice.

“It’s giv­ing the makeup of mili­tia mem­bers and their po­lit­i­cal be­liefs,” Mr. Hotz said of the re­port. “It’s not say­ing that thing I re­call from the days of At­tor­ney Gen­eral Janet Reno dur­ing the Clin­ton ad­min­is­tra­tion. Back then it was the highly politi­cized FBI that was warn­ing con­ser­va­tive Chris­tians posed a dan­ger to the repub­lic. That as­tute warn­ing came in

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