Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Feds Roll Michael Anderson Over, Make Him A Prosecution Witness At The Schaeffer Cox Militia Trial; Feds Spent $60,000 Protecting Supersnitch Gerald Olsen

Some bad news on Day 2 of the Schaeffer Cox militia trial in Anchorage, Alaska. One of the original defendants who was never charged at the federal level has been rolled over by the Feds and will be one of 70 witnesses for the prosecution testifying during the trial. For all the highlights of Day 2 of the trial, to include multiple media links, visit the Schaeffer Cox Militia Trial Static Page on the top line of this blog.

The disclosure was made by Assistant U.S. Attorney Yvonne Lamoureux during her opening statement for the prosecution. Lamoureux explained that Anderson will testify that he did compile personal information about federal employees for Schaeffer Cox, and Cox gave him names periodically to add to that list. She added that when Cox requested the list, Anderson was so worried what he would do with it that he erased the hard drive containing it, and then smashed it to bits. But Anderson had forgotten about written notes found at his home with names of the airport and Homeland Security employees among others. Lamoureux further stated that Anderson has been given immunity from prosecution in exchange for his testimony.

Michael Anderson was originally arrested in March 2011 on the same day as Cox and co-defendants Coleman Barney and Lonnie Vernon. He was charged with conspiracy to commit murder with the others in state court, but was released in October 2011 when the state case against them was dismissed over a judge's ruling on the constitutionality of the evidence, and the state abandoned any further attempts to press charges. However, the Feds have applied constant pressure on Anderson to roll over on Cox and his crew; in December, they even took him into custody again for a week to compel him to testify at the grand jury hearing which produced the present indictment.

Michael Anderson won't be stigmatized for rolling over to the degree that informants William Fulton and Gerald Olsen have been stigmatized, because Anderson held out for as long as he could. By the way, KTVA Channel 11 reporter Bill McAllister Tweeted that the federal government has already spent $60,000 on protecting supersnitch Gerald Olsen, which included moving expenses:

6 comments:

  1. Yeah, the timing of Mr. Anderson's "re-taken into custody" after being released was at the exact time the Private Investigator for Mr. Barney arrived in town.

    On another note, isn't it interesting that initially Mr. Vernon was the only one facing Federal Charges?

    As an aside, do you think that someone would advocate the killing of someone who was instrumental in bringing about his happy marriage (not in an official capacity)?

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  2. http://www.jbcampbellextremismonline.com/5/post/2012/04/kill-the-killers.html
    ***yvonne lamour-eux,what you going to do when the shit hits the fan?Fags-Buttfuck-Idiots.

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    1. I think that lamoureux is the head of the beast in this case. The FBI and the DOJ are a bunch of shitheads and are as bad as the council on foreign relations. They are the enemy of our country and our true American way of life - not people like Cox.

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  3. Correction, I wouldn't advocate killing someone who was instrumental in my siblings happy marriage...

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  4. I think that lamoureau really is the head of the beast in this case. Campbell had it right in the "Law of the Gun." Not just council on foreign relations but right here in our country and in Alaska too.

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