Well, seems Cox will be taking a well-deserved hiatus from talkin' tough 'bout guns and the occasional wife-choking.
Some choice excerpts from the link:
Before he was sentenced, Cox broke down several times, grabbing tissues and fighting back tears.Fighting back tears? Grabbing for tissues? Yep, sounds like a gunloon.
"I put myself here, with my own words," he said before pausing. "And I feel horrible about that."
Cox came to the attention of the FBI in late 2009 after speeches in Montana that claimed the Fairbanks militia had 3,500 members and was armed with mines and other military weapons. But the group only had about a dozen members and, as Bryan noted, never trained for military duty.
A psychological exam ordered by Cox's new attorney, Peter Camiel of Seattle, after he was convicted showed Cox suffered from several paranoid disorders."I put a lot of people in fear by the things that I said," Cox told the court Tuesday. "Some of the crazy stuff that was coming out of my mouth, I see that, and I sounded horrible.Paranoid. Check. Scared. Check. Gunloon. Check.
"I couldn't have sounded any worse if I tried," he said. "The more scared I got, the crazier the stuff. I wasn't thinking, I was panicking."
At the end of the trial in June, Bryan said he wrote down observations about Cox, which included: paranoia, grandiosity, narcissism, egocentricity and pathological lying.Hmmm...sounds like just about every gunloon.
Go to any gunloon blog or message board and you'll find no shortage of internet tough guys talking about how they're going to take on the US military, law enforcement and Govt officials. But when the rubber meets the road, they'll be sobbing and asking for tissues.