Skip to comments.Kansas Shooting Suspect Had Been In Witness Protection, Records Suggest
Posted on 04/16/2014 12:11:11 PM PDT by zeestephen
KANSAS CITY, Mo. The federal government appears to have shielded murder suspect F. Glenn Miller Jr. in the early 1990s as part of its witness protection program, potentially providing money for his family and causing lingering confusion over his name.
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"I was to plead guilty to one count of felony possession of a hand grenade and answer all questions posed to me by the authorities," Miller wrote. "In return, they would recommend a 5-year prison sentence, immunity from any further prosecution by either state or federal authorities, and entrance into the Federal Witness Protection Program which included the financial support of my family while I served my sentence."
Mental illness+racism+SSRI+LEO indoctrination=???
Holder: "I thought he was the big band leader."
So he was a government agent within these “hate groups”?
I can’t but think Obama and his thugs are upset the guy didn’t kill any Jews or blacks.
“Holder: “I thought he was the big band leader.””
Holder: “I thought we offed him when he was trying to help oust the NAZI’s”
Was participation in a shooting also part of the deal?
Another example of a Justice Department that tool actions which resulted in the deaths of Americans. They had to have know this guy was dangerous and a threat to Americans, but they let him into Witness Protection and kept him in the program likely knowing how dangerous he was.
How did he own a gun if he served a five year sentence?
Can the gun be trace back to fast and furious?
Apparently he ratted out his former Klan buddies to the feds for a lighter sentence.
Telefon is a 1977 spy film, starring Charles Bronson, Donald Pleasence and Lee Remick. It was directed by Don Siegel. The film is based on a 1975 novel about mind control, by Walter Wager.
Plot: After the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Soviet Union planted a number of long-term, deep-cover sleeper agents all over the United States, spies so thoroughly brainwashed that even they did not know they were agents; they could only be activated by a special code phrase (a line from Robert Frost's poem "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" followed by their real given names). Their mission was to sabotage crucial parts of the civil and military infrastructure as a precursor to a possible US/USSR active conflict or war. Over twenty years pass, and the Cold War gradually gives way to détente. Nikolai Dalchimsky (Donald Pleasence), a rogue KGB headquarters clerk, travels to America, taking with him the Telefon Book, which contains the names, addresses and telephone numbers of all the agents. He starts activating them one by one. American counterintelligence is thrown into confusion when seemingly ordinary citizens start blowing up what are, in some cases formerly top secret facilities that were declassified or abandoned years before; the agents commit suicide afterwards if they survive
The press is dropping this - which means it might hurt democrats...
Odd how the FBI would choose to protect this monster.
Flipping the mentally ill is part of the intimidation fun of democrat goons.
I wish the FBI would take a look at our crime numbers - not the fake ones - not the lies democrat mayors send them (like out of Chicago) but the actual numbers...
Check out who's REALLY murdering American citizens... and go after THAT group.
But no, this is political.
Some mentally ill evil person might be useful to make conservatives look bad - that's the hope of the goon squad... political arm of corrupt democrats. The FBI looked bad in the 60's going after black protest groups for political reasons and they're going to look bad again going after Tea Party groups... Same tactics - different victim groups.
Bill Clinton spent the end of the 1990s sending the FBI on a snipe hunt/witchhunt for “racists” who were (not) “burning down churches in the South” all the while the 9-11 hijackers were training for their terrorist attack inside the US.
Black Panthers were aligned with numerous violent organizations. There was even a split within the leadership of the Black Panther Party whether it was okay to use violence or not.
Infiltration and prosecution were not necessarily bad things.
The radicals of the 1960s were active through the 1970s and 1980s, bombing buildings and robbing banks, among other activities.
The Weather Underground were NOT a 60s group, their first action was in the final months of 1969 and they were active into the mid-80s.
Bill Ayers helped form Obama's positions. I know undercover operations are important to protect all of us - but the FBI can't be the political enforcement arm of the democrat party...
“Deep Throat” is the guy who botched the Bill Ayers case.
...Refusing to testify, all were incarcerated for the 18 month life of the special tribunal and later freed on appeal due to suspected wiretappings and mail openings. Four months afterwards the cases were dismissed The decisions in these cases led directly to the subsequent resignation of FBI Director, L. Patrick Gray, and the federal indictments of W. Mark Felt or “Deep Throat” and Edwin Miller and which, earlier, was the factor leading to the dismissal of federal “most-wanted” charges against members of the Weather Underground leadership in 1973.