Sunday, May 02, 2004

A Texas couple, with ties to white supremacist and militia groups, were caught with a stockpile of chemical weapons, machine guns, more than 100,000 rounds of ammunition, pipe bomb materials, and binary explosives. They were arrested shortly after a package they sent containing forged identification documents was delivered to the wrong address with a note inside which read "hope this package gets to you okay, we would hate to have this fall into the wrong hands." William Krar, 63, and his common-law wife Judith Bruey, 55 of Tyler, Texas will appear in court for sentencing this week. Krar pled guilty in November to possessing chemical weapons for the purpose of creating a dangerous weapon.