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In addition to swastikas, a poster inside the home depicted a police funeral with a derogatory message scrawled across it, Stamford Police Chief Jon Fontneau told the newspaper. Loaded firearms were discovered near entry points to the home.
â€œIâ€™ve been on hundreds, if not thousands, of search warrants,â€ the chief said, â€œand Iâ€™ve never seen anything like this.â€
Bombs, guns and swastikas found in Connecticut home - Salon.com
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The inspection of the home started with city health officials inspecting the residence after securing a warrant for health code violations, Fontneau said. A police officer was assisting as a matter of course, he said.
Officials were overcome by the smell of urine and feces upon entering the basement, Fontneau said. The police chief also described a station for monitoring the outside of the residence through a camera system and a reinforced tunnel that ran along the backyard.
A poster inside the home depicted a police funeral with a derogatory message scrawled across it, Fontneau said.
Once police identified explosivesâ€”thanks to Sgt. Kris Engstrand, Fontneau saidâ€”the house was evacuated, the bomb squad was called in and the FBI Terrorism Task Force was notified because of the propaganda.
Police: Bombs, White Supremacist Propaganda Found in Stamford Home - Stamford, CT Patch
There are a couple of follow-up stories as well.