The Constitution guarantees that the government should not infringe on the existence of "a well-regulated militia." But what separates a well-regulated militia from a bunch of aggro guys with guns? Schaeffer Cox, the leader of a "self-described militia group" known as the Alaska Peacekeepers Militia, has been sentenced to nearly 26 years in prison, having been convicted of nine felonies, including conspiring to kill public officials and amassing weapons. Authorities found that Cox's group had just 12 members, not the 3,500 he claimed. For his part, Cox was repentant: "I put myself here, with my own words. And I feel horrible about that." [Source]
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