"Anarchist Leader" In Assassination Plot Was Apparently A Page At The 2008 GOP ConventionBusiness Insider
Aug. 29, 2012
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Shortly after the media frenzy over these "anarchist" militant revolutionaries and their alleged aspirations to overthrow the government (with $87,000 of weapons and multiple members with loose lips), Gawker revealed that their leader, Isaac Aguigui was apparently a page at the Republican National Convention in 2008.