In an audio tape recorded by an undercover FBI agent while members of the Hutaree Christian militia were allegedly in a van en route to a militia “summit” in Kentucky, alleged Hutaree leader David Stone denounces Interpol and other “law enforcement mercenaries called the brotherhood working for the New World Order.”
CNN got its hands on the audio, which was played during the bond hearing for Stone, who is being held in an alleged plot to kill police.
“In this nation, we think we are free, but you need a certificate to be born, a license to drive, a permit to build, a number to get a job and even a paper after you die. These are permission slips from the terrorists organization called the New World Order,” he says.
The audio comes from an impromptu speech Stone gave while in a van last winter traveling to meet other militia groups in Kentucky, prosecutors allege. But calling into question how serious a threat the Hutaree represented, the group didn’t reach their destination because of cold weather, CNN reports.
In the audio, which we’ve embedded below, Stone continues:
“Every day, we watch ever so close for those evil blue helmets to appear on our streets — but as long as through Interpol, law enforcement mercenaries called the brotherhood working for the new world order are doing such a great job, then we don’t need to watch for these foreign armies to come to our shores. They are already here,” Stone says.