DID GOVERNMENT SURVEILLANCE SET UP ARPAIO, FITZPATRICK, HUFF FOR CONVICTION?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Mar. 20, 2017) — At 1:46 p.m. EDT, Dr. Jerome Corsi told Alex Jones on the Infowars radio show that intelligence agencies, in collusion with political operatives in the federal government, have acquired the power to rig trials and send an innocent person to prison.
“It’s the deep state being in charge,” Corsi told Jones of the extensive surveillance being conducted on Americans, including former Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff Joseph Arpaio.
As Corsi wrote earlier on Monday, documentation provided by former NSA contractor Dennis Montgomery to Arpaio and former Cold Case Posse investigator Mike Zullo appears to show collusion between the Obama Department of Justice and the judges involved in Arpaio’s civil case, Melendres, et al v. Arpaio, et al., which resulted in a civil conviction and a criminal charge still under prosecution by the DOJ.
Corsi said that the intelligence community’s leaders perceive a threat from Donald Trump, who has expressed the intent to return authority to local police departments as opposed to the DOJ.
On Sunday night, Corsi reported that Trump was surveilled extensively between 2004 and 2010, as shown by documentation gleaned from Montgomery’s data acquired from his years of developing software for the CIA and NSA.
Federal judges, including U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts, have also been said to have had their personal data collected in addition to Trump; Montgomery’s attorney, Larry Klayman, and Trump’s children.
Before departing, Corsi told Jones that he believes the surveillance state is being vanquished by Americans who are coming to realize the extent and potential abuse of federal power.
After a massive deployment of FBI and local Tennessee law enforcement to a court hearing for Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III on April 20, 2010, many strongly suspected that government surveillance was involved. An affidavit with false information ultimately sent observer Darren Huff to federal prison for four years.
Huff and Fitzpatrick are both Navy veterans, and both were speaking out against local government corruption. In October, Fitzpatrick was released from Tennessee state prison, where he spent more than two years on false convictions of aggravated perjury and extortion.
Fitzpatrick has said that an honest federal intervention is needed to root out corruption in Tennessee, whose law enforcement cooperated with the federal deployment into the tiny town of Madisonville to create the “Madisonville Hoax.”
Fitzpatrick called the extraordinary law enforcement presence that day “Obama’s militia.”
At 2:00 p.m., Jones announced that Trump associate Roger Stone and writer David Horowitz would be guests in his third hour.