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    Indiana National Guardsman BOGUS·LAW·SKI arrested w/ 4 guns, 48 bombs, TS clearance

    Mr. Boguslawski was stopped by troopers for speeding on Jan. 1 in Madison County. A bumper sticker reading, “If you can read this, you’re in range,” prompted the officer to ask the driver if he had any weapons in the car, Assistant Madison County Prosecutor Nick Adkins told the newspaper. [ ... ] Lt. Col. Cathy Van Bree told the Columbus Dispatch that Mr. Boguslawski is an Indiana National Guard specialist with top-secret clearance. He works at a training facility for Navy Seals and had schematics and other plans for buildings that are part of that training facility, Mr. Adkins told the Madison Press.

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...ns-48-bombs-h/

    https://news.google.com/news/rtc?ncl...DpBFYtM&ned=us

    Investigators removed a laptop, a GPS system and a camera..

    Investigators are working through a search warrant for those items. Law enforcement officials have executed a search warrant for the man’s Indiana home.

    “Really, that decision comes down to what we find when we process the GPS, camera and laptop.”

    Adkins said the man does not have “any real criminal history.”

    I hope that someone is skeptical of Mr. Bogus·law·ski's cover legend name. It sounds like his handler got tired of inventing cover names.
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    Could be Rubber Duck ...

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    To me it sounds more like someone (maybe even on this forum) is being a bigot.
    The University Professor, the Grave marker, and last but not least, the baby Christina, isn't she cute?

    Not everyone who lives in the United States has a White Anglo Saxon Protestant name.
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    can I change my forum name to this guy's name?

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    Boguslawski's odd curriculum vitae

    Boguslawski is a member of the Indiana National Guard and was previously a member of the Ohio National Guard, said Lt. Col. Cathy Van Bree, a public affairs officer with the Indiana National Guard. From April 2007-2010 he worked as a groundskeeper at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in Indiana, which provides training for all military branches and first-responders. He then completed military intelligence training and was assigned as an intelligence analyst with a reconnaissance unit before transferring to the Indiana National Guard Medical Discharge Unit in November. His [TS] security clearance has been suspended pending the outcome of the case, Van Bree said.

    In 2004, Boguslawski lived in Fairborn. He graduated from Wright State University in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership, university officials confirmed.

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    Does that mean you think he may actually exist now?


    Inside the vehicle, authorities found 48 explosive devices
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    remote detonator,
    Matches or lighter? Model rocket controller?
    two loaded guns and two loaded rifles,
    Heck, I got more than that out in the car right now. Plus at least a hundred rounds (wasn't he at least carrying a reload?)
    computer,
    These days, it's more suspicious if someone Doesn't have one.
    GPS,
    (Raises hand, guilty as charged, I've got one too.)
    camera
    (He's a piker. I've got a telephone with GPS and a camera built in.)
    and facility blueprints.
    Could go either way, was there a name of the facility on these blueprints? Were they done by hand? Is the facility Princess Buttercup's Castle?
    They also found materials to make explosives.
    Go look under my kitchen cabinet or out in my garage. I've got tons, all completely innocent. The gas can for my lawn mower alone is the equal of 5 sticks of dynamite, from what I've heard.
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    The only thing we can say with any amount of certainty is that he's guilty of going 15mph over the speed limit (and failing to keep his mouth shut when asked if there were weapons in the car.)

    Everything else sounds like "throw everything up against the wall and see what sticks."

    True, he could be the next Timothy McVeigh, but that remains to be seen.

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    Wondering had Mr.Boguslawski remained silent like any intelligent intelligence analyst would have. Would the police have used his bumper stick as RAS

    to detain and search his vehicle.? Bumper stickers equal RAS these days?

    Thoughts and opinions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by countryclubjoe View Post
    Wondering had Mr.Boguslawski remained silent like any intelligent intelligence analyst would have. Would the police have used his bumper stick as RAS

    to detain and search his vehicle.? Bumper stickers equal RAS these days?

    Thoughts and opinions.

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    I'd say not by itself. No way. Just my opinion. Nor should it be attempted to use it alone.

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    Points up another piece of advice to go along with "Keep your mouth shut"; Do not put firearms-related bumper stickers on your vehicle.

    Granted that Primus' opinion about a sticker not being RAS for conducting a vehicle search is valid, I think we all know, to include Primus, that there are officers out there who would claim that any such sticker was RAS. Granted also that such a claim would be thrown out in court, but do you really want the headache?

    I have no stickers on my vehicle and haven't since I scraped the last post registration decal off.
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    He was pulled over for allegedly exceeding the posted speed limit. The bumper sticker prompted the question regarding weapons. He said no and was subsequently arrested after a gat was seen betweenst his legs by the cop.

    It is troubling that the sight of a gun betweenst a citizens legs, and not in his hand, is justification to draw down on him.....or, was the justification the lie. Cops don't like liars it seems.....except for the liars amongst them.

    Mr. BOGUS.LAW.SKI seems to deserve his just desserts.

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