Brian Holland, FBI Informant
A guy I never heard of before, named Brian Holland, has apparently gone on a nationwide internet radio show called Coast To Coast A.M. and confessed to having been an FBI informant for the past 11 years. He claims to have received up to $8,000 per month not only informing on the National Socialist Movement (NSM) but also on PETA and some drug dealers.
Interestingly, he said that he was subjected to regular surprise polygraph tests by the Bureau to make sure he was not withholding information and was telling them the whole truth
Holland's act seems to be in retaliation for the FBI abruptly cutting him off from the gravy train with no explanation. The NSM has responded with a statement saying that Holland was expelled in 2010 for embezzling funds and gambling with them. (Who the hell did he think he was, David Duke?)
Holland is, of course, now in the process of writing a book telling his riveting story and complaining about the Bureau "throwing him under the bus" after he "risked his life" for 11 years. Spying on PETA and drug dealers was risky, sure, since they actually do things to informers. We never do.
The archive of the show is available, but only to paid Coast to Coast subscribers. I am not going to spend too much time on this, since the story seems to be pretty typical and there is no Northwest connection. But I can't help but wonder, given the Bureau's apparent propensity to employ career informers at generous piecework rates, who else the loathsome Larry Fairfax informed on and framed besides Edgar Steele?