A former Department of Homeland Security analyst warned of anti-government movements like the Oregon wildlife reserve occupation several years ago, but his warning was not heeded, The New York Times reports. In 2009, Daryl Johnson, who once worked for Homeland Security's Extremism and Radicalization branch, authored a report warning of a burgeoning anti-government movement and the potential for military veterans to be recruited by terrorist militia groups. The report caused a stir among Republicans and the report was retracted. Johnson's branch of DHS was then shut down. Johnson is among a number of lawmakers and former analysts who have said that DHS has not allocated enough resources to combating antigovernment extremism.