US: A “sovereign citizens” group sent letters to 30 state governors demanding that they step down within 3 days or “be removed.

” The FBI is investigating to see if the group is dangerous or may inspire others to violence.
[G Edward Griffin: We think sending such letters is a silly waste of time, and the FBI is merely doing its job in this case; but mainstream media already is using this story to demonize any group that is critical of government policies by lumping them together with race supremacists and domestic terrorists.]

AP By EILEEN SULLIVAN and DEVLIN BARRETT, Associated Press Writer Eileen Sullivan And Devlin Barrett, Associated Press Writer 26 mins ago

WASHINGTON – The FBI is warning police across the country that an anti-government group’s call to remove governors from office could provoke violence.

The group called the Guardians of the free Republics wants to “restore America” by peacefully dismantling parts of the government, according to its Web site. It sent letters to governors demanding they leave office or be removed.

Investigators do not see threats of violence in the group’s message, but fear the broad call for removal of top state officials could lead others to act out violently. At least two states beefed up security in response.

Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty said he received one of the letters but wasn’t overly alarmed.

“We get all kinds of shall we say, ‘interesting’ mail, so it’s not out of the norm,” Pawlenty said Friday. “It got more attention because it went to so many governors.”

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