When the story of the Gunwalker scandal first broke in December of 2010, citizen journalist Mike Vanderboegh was one of the two who first reported that the Obama Administration had engaged in an illegal scheme to place U.S. guns into the hands of Mexican drug cartels. Today Vanderboegh is the center of a controversy concerning a novel he wrote, which members of a militia group in Georgia say pushed them to engage in mayhem. That piece of information was enough to send the Left into hysterics today in various news reports.
The novel is entitled, Absolved, and is so far available only online. It is scheduled to be published in hard copy later this year.
The controversy surrounding the novel arose when federal agents arrested 4 elderly men in Georgia who allegedly plotted to kill judges and government employees, bomb federal buildings, and poison targeted individuals with the lethal toxin called 'ricin.'