Scott Horton Interviews Thomas R. Eddlem

Scott Horton, April 27, 2011

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Thomas R. Eddlem, freelance writer and contributor to The New American, discusses his article on a Tea Party founder’s legal battles, “Railroading of Walter Reddy: Patriot’s Legally Owned Guns Seized;” the low burden of proof required by the state to take away guns from their law-abiding owners; Reddy’s intent to file an FOIA request to find out why he’s an FBI “person of interest;” how the FBI seems to be profiling conservatives and advocates of alternative currencies in its search for domestic terrorists; and Reddy’s attempt to consult with states interested in using gold and silver as currencies.

MP3 here. (19:37)

Thomas R. Eddlem is a high school history teacher in Southeastern Massachusetts and a freelance writer who contributes to The New American, Examiner.com, AntiWar.com and LewRockwell.com.

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