Parents of Teens Charge Their Children Were Executed By Right Wing Group Operating Out of Ft. Stewart

05/16/13 Robert Lorei
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Rob Lorei speaks with the parents of two teenagers who were allegedly murdered in cold blood by a secret Patriot group within the US military. Take a listen to this emotional and detailed account of their story .

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The murders took place near Fort Stewart Army base in Southeast Georgia.

Civilian prosecutors allege that four members of a right wing group killed 19 year old Michael Roark- a former member of the group and his 17 year old girlfriend Tiffany York in December of 2011.

The military group that allegedly killed the teens is called F.E.A.R. which stands for Forever Enduring Always Ready. It had stockpiled weapons and explosives and was planning to launch a series of terror attacks- including an attempt to assassinate the president.

Our guests think the military has been slow to investigate the existence of this right wing group within its ranks. We asked to talk with a spokesperson with the Army at Fort Stewart- but so far the Army has not responded.

We’re joined now by Tiffany’s mom Brenda Thomas and Michael’s dad Brett Roark.

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Hi, Ft. Stewart did reply to me this week. They said they will not do an interview but they released this statement: ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: "Kevin M CIV USARMY IMCOM ATLANTIC Larson (US)" To: "Rob Lorei" <> Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 7:30:43 AM Subject: RE: Question from Tampa (UNCLASSIFIED) Classification: UNCLASSIFIED Caveats: NONE Rob, Pvt. Isaac G. Aguigui was charged with one count of Article 118—murder—in the July 17, 2011 death of Sgt. Deirdre Aguigui, and one count of Article 119a—death of an unborn child—under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The charges resulted after a thorough investigation by the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) and cooperation from local, state, and federal authorities. Pvt. Aguigui remains innocent until proven guilty in a trial by court-martial. The preferring of charges against a Soldier is the first step in the court-martial process. The next step is an Article 32 pretrial investigation hearing, which is similar to a civilian grand jury. The Army’s hearing, however, provides greater procedural rights for the Soldier, like the right to be present during the public hearing, the right to present evidence, the right to cross-examine witnesses, and the right to have a defense lawyer. The hearing, set for July 1 and 2, will be conducted on Fort Stewart by a military officer. The investigating officer will prepare a written report of the investigation and provide it to the commander who directed the investigation, who may then dispose of the case as he deems fit or recommend a trial by court-martial to the Fort Stewart General Court-Martial Convening Authority. CID assisted local, state, and federal authorities in the December 2011 double-homicide investigation of former Soldier Michael Roark and his girlfriend Tiffany York. Any questions pertaining to that investigation and the ongoing legal proceedings should be directed to the Georgia Atlantic Circuit District Attorney's Office. Our confidence in our civilian partners at the district attorney's office remains high in handling the civilian charges Pvt. Aguigui and the others face. Kevin Kevin M. Larson Chief, Public Communications Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield Public Affairs Office