A fusion center in Utah is advising law enforcement to be on the lookout for “caravans” of “extremists” traveling through the state en route to Arizona to attend the funeral of LaVoy Finicum.
“A number of individuals, several of whom were present at the Burns, OR occupation, are planning caravans from UT and NV to travel to the funeral in show of support,” a bulletin issued by the Utah Statewide Information & Analysis Center (SIAC) reports.
The bulletin advises “law enforcement should remain cognizant of the likelihood of the presence of domestic extremists travelling within their AOR [Area of Responsibility, a military acronym]. This may include both militia extremists and sovereign citizen extremists.”
The SIAC bulletin produced on February 3 mentions an unspecified number of social events related to the Finicum funeral to be held in Kanab, Utah this weekend “which could provide an environment for extremist activity.”
“The Utah SIAC is currently monitoring activities surrounding these events to assess any potential threat toward LE [Law Enforcement] or to the public safety of those in attendance. The SIAC is also in contact with fusion centers in surrounding states to facilitate information sharing regarding the upcoming events.”
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