Displaying a “Don’t Tread On Me” flag like the the one brought to the Tea Party Protest at the Arch in St. Louis would be a sign of possible extremism.
Missouri police officers were given instructions to target Christians, pro-lifers, Ron Paulians, pro-Gun activists, etc. as potential terrorists.
Timothy Birdnow at The American Thinker reported on this disturbing offical police document:
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The Missouri Information Analysis Center (a division of the state police) has compiled an enemies list of warning signs for state police officers, signs that are supposed to help them determine potential terrorists. Such signs include Ron Paul bumper stickers, or “Right to Carry” handgun stickers (I have to wonder: does it include Support Your Local Police stickers, too?) and our friendly state troopers are warned to proceed with extreme caution against such radicals.
Don`t believe me? See for yourself. (pdf)
Who is being targeted in this report? The state police are warned that Christians, “sovereign citizens”, those opposed to abortion, tax revisionists, and anti-illegal immigrant advocates are potential would-be terrorists.
Missourian Bob McCarty thinks he may be a marked man.