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Mike Vanderboegh, who started Sipsey Street Irregulars/ III %ers. Is on the way to the "other side" God speed Mike and thanks for the good fight!

https://www.oathkeepers.org/a-visit-with-mike-vanderboegh-my-friend/

His appearance is about what you’d expect for a man who told us a week ago the doctors have given him four weeks to live – there’s no need to dwell on that here. After years of friendship, it was important for me to see him face-to-face, and to show him how much I valued the blessing of knowing him. In fact, grim and sad as the reason for my trip was, I told Mike I not only considered making it one blessing, but two: That there are people in my life I care enough about to make such a trip for, and that I have the means and the capability to do it.


http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2011/12/fast-and-furious-scandal-mike-vanderboegh


A large, ruddy fellow with white hair and a mischievous smile, he had played a key role in turning Fast and Furious into a national scandal. From his home in Pinson, Alabama, Vanderboegh writes a little-known, far-right blog called Sipsey Street Irregulars. Last December, in a post titled, "Border Patrol agent killed with ATF-smuggled AR? Some ATF agents seem to think so," he reported on rumors flying around law enforcement circles about the death of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry. Two weeks earlier, Terry and his team had been tracking a Mexican "rip crew"—who specialize in robbing drug smugglers—in Nogales, Arizona. Shots were fired and Terry was hit in the back. He died the next day.
 
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