Friday, July 06, 2007

KKK items found amongst ammo and bomb materials

COLLIER COUNTY: Bounty hunters found Ku Klux Klan paraphernalia among the explosives and other devices found in a storage unit owned by a Naples man. It's brand new evidence that has just been turned over to the FBI and it could be a major twist to a federal investigation.

If a stockpile of guns, ammo, and bomb making material wasn't enough, bounty hunters Cobra and Tank, the men who caught Christopher Riendeau and uncovered his arsenal, now have more evidence the feds are interested in.

"The things that we found would make you think this guy might be a white supremacist or he might be some radical terrorist," said Tank.

The bounty hunters turned over Nazi paraphernalia over to the FBI - items like an arm band, a flag, German money, and a stamp with Adolf Hitler's face on it.

Cobra and Tank say they found all of the items in Riendeau's storage unit in Valdosta, Georgia.

"We tracked a guy when no one else was. We found him. What if he would have blown up somebody? I mean we're heroes - we know we're heroes," said Cobra.

Riendeau is still being held in the Collier County jail where he is being charged with possession of a destructive
device as well as a previous drug charge.


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