January 12th, 2014
Enclosed are some ruminations about Moses Hess and the Ku
Klux Klan, but I thought I’d attach an amusing addendum to them.
First, apparently a “person with a speech impediment” called
the U.S. Attorney’s office and made some statements that have them really
upset. This would be the fourth threat against my judge, the U.S. Attorney,
the FBI or [redacted] that I am aware of. Of course, everyone is blaming me, as
if from my little room in the jail I cal pull the levers that move the world—but
the persistence of these third party threats, which kept [redacted] from testifying
in Chicago, and which were received by the witnesses in the first Roanoke
trial, tend to show that I was not involved in this Florida case.
Second, I’m told the charges that were filed against the
American Front in Florida
were dropped. I don’t know the details, but these threats involved a case where
the dictator’s servants falsely arrested 12-14 people as “White supremacists”,
which is interesting, and tends to bolster my theory that this is a
deliberately false indictment.
Third, the régime is claiming they have an informant willing
to testify that I was in Florida
in mid-May and planning to commit crimes with the American Front. I don’t
believe this, and the U.S. Attorney claiming this has a habit of lying, but
think about that—the régime has now convicted me twice of being in Mexico from
May 6 to June 9, 2012, and now they are saying they
are going to convict me of being in Florida at the same time.
They are also very excited that I have admitted to having
internet access in Mexico,
which they cannot distinguish from the World Wide Web. LOL.
Anyway, our friends in the silk suits are upset that I’m
demanding a speedy trial, and it’s become clear that this Florida indictment is not serious—it’s a
bargaining chip and a roll of the dice, and with luck it will go the way of the
American Front indictment, into dismissal.
Oh, and I have a news article saying NIMBusters was involved
in this Florida
thing, which also explains a lot.
Hope all is well with you,