Ruby Ridge: The eleven-day Siege

Ruby Ridge: The eleven-day Siege

  • The Weavers regarded themselves as white “separatists,” not supremacists.
  • The family had guns, plenty of guns, as they prepared with their children for the apocalypse.

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Ruby Ridge: The eleven-day Siege

  • The Weavers regarded themselves as white “separatists,” not supremacists.
  • The family had guns, plenty of guns, as they prepared with their children for the apocalypse.

When such stories are heard, it would seem it was one of those tales from the movies, but this is not, it is one of those incidents that came to play on the scenes of history; it’s the Ruby Ridge Incident.

Ruby Ridge is a place situated near Naples in Northern Idoho, USA. Nevertheless, that’s not why the place is popular. What made it popular occurred on the property of the Weaver. It is no other than the eleven-day standoff incident which occurred between United States Marshals Service (USMS), the Hostage Rescue team of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI HRT) and Randy Weaver, his family and a close friend, Kevin Harris. This incident led to death of a Deputy U.S. Marshal and two of Randy Weaver’s family members.

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