In January 2003, while on patrol with Civil Homeland Defense, Simcox was arrested by federal park rangers for illegally carrying a .45-caliber semi-automatic handgun in a national park. Also in Simcox's possession at the time of that arrest, according to police records, were a document entitled 'Mission Plan,' a police scanner, two walkie-talkies, and a toy figure of Wyatt Earp on horseback.Yes, I want to know. Since he was arrested alone, why did he have two walkie-talkies? What was Wyatt Earp for? (and, why did it make it into the arrest report and why did the SPLC report include that detail?)
Life is way too strange sometimes.
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