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Members of Christian Militia Group "Hutaree" Arrested

Members of Hutaree, a Christian militia group, Were Arrested in Michigan.

At least seven members of militia groups have been arrested in raids conducted in Michigan and Indiana. Fox News is reporting that seven people were arrested for reportedly selling pipe bombs in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.

Some of the people arrested are believed to be connected to Hutaree, a Christian militia group based in Lenawee County, Michigan.

One Hutaree member recently posted an online message stating that the FBI raided her home and she is now on the run.

What is Hutaree?

Hutaree is Christian miltia group based in Adrian, Michigan. Hutaree members consider themselves soldiers who are readying themselves for a battle with the Anti-Christ.

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