FEAR, the forever enduring always ready militia group founded by Washington State’s U.S. Army private Isaac Aguigui gained their financial support with blood money according to MSNBC on Thursday, August 30.
The group saw as much as $500,000 in life insurance funds come their way at the expense of 24-year-old Deirdre Wetzker Aguigui.
And the renegade group serving in the military at Fort Stewart, Georgia used the money to purchase 15 firearms and carryout the murders of two more people. The men allegedly felt the young couple, Michael Roark and Tiffany York, would reveal their plans to assault several American institutions, one of which was their Ft. Stewart Army base, as well as the plotted assassination of the president of the United States.
Isaac Aguigui is the alleged ringleader and the one suspected in his wife Deirdre’s death in July 2011 as well as masterminding the deaths of 19-year-old Roark and his 17-year-old girlfriend York.
Alistair Begg of Truth for Life ministry says that “one doesn’t have to be a shrewd analyst in society and contemporary culture to see the disappearance of the Christian family,” and how adversely that impacts society. And certainly the ungodly are capable of horrendous deeds.
If Isaac Aguigui murdered his wife Deirdre to use her life insurance policy money to fund his FEAR group then his actions highlight the Christian preacher’s point, as Aguigui certainly doesn’t fit the Christian husband profile to love his wife as Christ loved the Church. And he definitely isn’t loving his neighbor as his self either.
Aguigui isn’t the only FEAR member in the crosshairs of police now, however, with three other members also facing charges in the December murders of Roark and York. One of the three members, Private First-Class Michael Burnett, was wise enough to work with law enforcement during the investigation, however. So there may be hope for his repentance in the future for his role in the crimes.
FEAR member Michael Burnett has since agreed to help prosecutors in court against Isaac Aguigui and his two other FEAR co-defendants, and he is doing so in hopes of escaping the death penalty.