KrisAnne Hall: “Today’s #Point2Ponder”
KrisAnne Hall on Malhuer Occupation/Trial, posted on facebook Oct 31, 2016:
For those who still aren’t familiar with the Oregon bird refuge “occupation” here are 9 fascinating things that were reported from the trial.
1. Over 15 (out of 29 total) of the “occupiers” worked for the FBI, some paid up to $3,000.
2. It was these FBI plants that brought most of the guns. Pictures of these FBI guns were apparently then used in an attempt to sway the jury.
3. The FBI plants apparently were the ones making comments about using those guns against federal agents.
4. In addition to the 15 FBI plants on the refuge, there were FBI plants in the town, acting as “protesters” attempting to vandalize property and cause fear in the minds of the people over the protest. (We know this because the Harney County Fire Marshall caught them in the act and ultimately quit his job because of the county’s refusal to do anything about it.)
5. The 7 non-fbi occupiers expressed that their goal was simply peacefully protest.
6. An 8th occupier was shot by the FBI for his protest.
7. The defendants’ attorney was violently attacked, beaten and tazed by U.S. Marshalls in open court for asking that a warrant be produced to hold the defendants after they were acquitted.
8. One defendant was allegedly assaulted by officers In the jail AFTER being acquitted.
9. A journalist is still being held in jail for reporting events from Nevada after having all his charges dropped in Oregon.
Strangely the media is saying they fear that the not-guilty verdict will inspire more violent acts.
It seems that they should be concerned about the FBI’s attempts to incite the violence that should worry them.
Because if these things are true as appears to be the case, it paints an entirely different picture than what was and is being portrayed to the public.