The feds uncovered a disturbing cache of weapons and hate literature in southern Illinois.
Federal agents and prosecutors announced Tuesday the largest seizure of machine guns in the history of Southern Illinois, and 11 people face weapons charges linked to the seized guns.
Agents seized more than 50 machine guns, silencers, 128 destructive devices, 115 improvised explosive devices, gun powder, a spring-loaded booby trap, more than 100 firearms, 19 crates of ammunition and thousands of rounds of ammunition seized from a Madison County home.
They also found a Nazi flag, neo-Nazi literature and scrawled on a wall of a home three words: “Hitler was right!” […]
Several of the guns bore swastikas, as did the wooden crates holding ammunition.
The indictment also included photographs of Randal Brown holding targets which prosecutors said were made in the likeness of blackface images.
Meanwhile, the governor wrings his hands about video games.