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Oath Keepers hold public cookout in Fort Wayne on anniversary of Chattanooga recruiter killings

Oath Keepers prepare Monday afternoon for their public cookout in Glenbrook Commons on the second anniversary of the killings of five and the attacker at Chattanooga, Tenn., military recruiting stations. They expected to serve to till about 10 p.m. (Photo by Lisa M. Esquivel Long of The News-Sentinel)
Oath Keepers prepare Monday afternoon for their public cookout in Glenbrook Commons on the second anniversary of the killings of five and the attacker at Chattanooga, Tenn., military recruiting stations. They expected to serve to till about 10 p.m. (Photo by Lisa M. Esquivel Long of The News-Sentinel)
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Monday, July 17, 2017 02:23 pm

Oath Keepers prepare Monday afternoon for its free public cookout in Glenbrook Commons on the second anniversary of the killings of five military members and the attacker at Chattanooga, Tenn., military recruiting stations. The group planned to serve until about 10 p.m. The Oath Keepers, who northeast Indiana chaplain David "Ghost" Beck emphasized is not a militia group, spent 400 days straight after the killings guarding the recruiting station in the shopping center. It now has an occasional presence there. The local recruiting station has increased security, including covering its windows and requiring visitors to be buzzed into the office. The group, made up of veterans and non-veterans, says it is a nonpolitical group that defends the Constitution, according to its literature. It holds a general meeting for Region 1 for Allen, DeKalb, Elkhart, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben and Whitley counties,  at noon the third Sunday of each month at American Legion Post No. 157, 115 S. Main St., Churubusco. 

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