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Private Pilot Nearly Shot Down For Violating "Secret No-Fly Zone"

Private Pilot Nearly Shot Down For Violating "Secret No-Fly Zone"

Lewrockwell.com
Posted by William Grigg
January 15, 2013 | 1:46PM

Last July, the Small Wars Journal published an essay co-written by retired U.S. Army Colonel Kevin Benson entitled “Full Spectrum Operations in the Homeland: A `Vision’ of the Future.” That article presented a speculative case study of domestic military operations to put down a domestic insurrection that would seize control of the unremarkable town of Darlington, South Carolina.

In the scenario painted by Col. Benson and his co-author, Professor Jennifer Weber of the University of Kansas, a militia inspired by the Tea Party movement seized control of Darlington’s municipal government, erects checkpoints “on major transportation lines,” and imposes a form of martial law in which “citizens who complain are immediately detained.” The governor of South Carolina invokes the Insurrection Act, leading to a “full-spectrum” response by the U.S. military.

Shortly after that essay was published, 70-year-old private pilot Robin Fleming learned that Darlington County – or at least the airspace above it – is already subject to a form of martial law.

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Note to glider pilots

Never talk to the cops without a lawyer. Clam up and lawyer up.

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Watch out! I think the terrorist may crash a glider...

into the nuclear plant!

Whew! Really dodged a bullet there.

Crazy. We will admit we were

Crazy. We will admit we were wrong, but you cant sue us... I hope he signed "under durress"

Does not matter if he signed

Does not matter if he signed it with the words "under duress." He signed it under duress. IANAL, but I think he should sue. I wish I knew how to contact him.

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