Episode: Embedding with America’s Largest Right-Wing Militia


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Embedding with America’s Largest Right-Wing Militia

The VICE Magazine Podcast is your definitive guide to enlightening information. In this week’s episode, we highlight a recent documentary from VICE about America’s largest right-wing militia.


James Burns, an award-winning director and producer, recently traveled to rural Georgia to meet with a controversial “anti-terror” group called the Georgia III% Security Force as it conducted field-training exercises in the woods. The group, led by Chris Hill, is part of the Three Percenter movement—heavily armed Second Amendment supporters who believe their right to own firearms is under attack. 

 

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