WHAT MORE DO THEY NEED?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Jun. 3, 2013) — Responsive to a treason complaint against Barack Hussein Obama dated November 8, 2012 signed by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), the Knoxville FBI stated in a letter dated June 3, 2013 that “The allegations in your letter lack sufficient details to predicate a federal criminal investigation for treason.”
Fitzpatrick’s complaint begins: “OBAMA represents a clear and present danger to U.S. national security, to the U.S. Constitution and to our Republican form of government. OBAMA IS A FOREIGN BORN DOMESTIC ENEMY!”
The complaint contains 11 points by which Fitzpatrick believes Obama has committed treason against the United States.
In point #12, Fitzpatrick also accuses “military-political criminal assistants” and “Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Leon Panetta, Susan Rice, David Petraeus and Martin Dempsey” as “traitors.”
Fitzpatrick has filed a total of seven treason complaints against Obama beginning on March 17, 2009 after U.S. Army troops were deployed into Samson, AL on March 10 to carry out law enforcement activity following a shooting. The Army’s Inspector General found after performing an investigation that the Posse Comitatus Act, which prevents the military from performing police functions on U.S. soil, had been violated. Rather than disciplining Gen. Martin Dempsey, who had been in charge of Ft. Rucker at the time, Obama promoted him to Joint Chiefs Chairman the following year.
Dempsey and Panetta testified to Congress in February that they did not have “enough information” to send troops to the U.S. outpost in Benghazi, which came under siege by Islamic militants on September 11, 2012.
After a group of Muslim organizations complained to “federal agencies” in 2011, Dempsey reprimanded Lt. Col. Matthew Dooley for teaching an established course to Army soldiers on the dangers of radical Islam. Dooley’s chances for career advancement after his outstanding 22-year career with the military, were destroyed by a subsequent tepid performance review following Dempsey’s critique of Dooley as “unprofessional.”
Fitzpatrick had sent the complaint to FBI Director Robert S. Mueller on November 8, 2012 via certified mail with return receipt requested. Mueller did not sign for the mailing until January 10, 2013 and then forwarded it to Knoxville FBI Special Agent in Charge Kenneth Moore.
Moore and U.S. Attorney William C. Killian will be meeting with an Islamic group reportedly to discuss their “civil rights” on Tuesday evening in Manchester, TN at 6:30 p.m., sponsored by the American Muslim Advisory Council (AMAC) and titled “Out of Many, One: Public Discourse in a Diverse Society.”
An unofficial American motto has been “E Pluribus Unum,” which translates to “Out of Many, One,” and appears on the Great Seal of the United States.
On Monday, The Post & Email spoke with the media contact at Knoxville, who described the meeting as part of the FBI’s “community outreach” program.
The media representative said that he was aware of news reports of the upcoming meeting and characterized some of them as “inaccurate.” The Post & Email stated that Killian was quoted by The Tellahoma News as having said that anyone publishing “inflammatory” comments about Islam could be federally prosecuted, to which the media contact responded that the FBI does not prosecute individuals based on “First Amendment violations” alone. He said that the FBI’s focus is on reports of “public corruption,” “national security,” and “civil rights violations.”
According to the spokesman, the idea for the Islamic “outreach” meeting was “generated out in the field divisions” and is not the first event “involving Muslims” to take place. He reported that the FBI has “cultural diversity working groups” consisting of various community groups which operate from a “civil rights standpoint.”
In speaking with the FBI media relations person, we mentioned the systemic public corruption found in eastern Tennessee which has been presented to the FBI in Knoxville to no avail. He responded by stating that he is new to the area and is “still learning” about life there but affirmed that “public corruption” is one of the crimes the FBI investigates.
We attempted to reach Killian’s office for comment, but his spokesperson is out until Wednesday. Having been referred to another person in his office, we exchanged voice messages but did not have the opportunity to speak directly.
Receipt for certified mailing and postage can be viewed here:
Paragraph 4 claims that Obama “is lying to the American people about the 11-12 September attack in Benghazi, Libya” which killed four Americans. Evidence provided by Fox News the following month stated that a “stand-down” order was given which prevented help from arriving. Fitzpatrick has told The Post & Email that only Obama could have issued such an order to countermand contingency plans which would have been automatically activated.
Paragraph 6 of the complaint states that “OBAMA is engaged in purchasing and supplying guns, heavy weapons, high-powered munitions and explosives to foreign aggressors—AMERICAN’S ENEMIES—around the globe,” a contention which was supported by Middle East experts and Fox News last fall but not reported in the mainstream media until earlier this year.
Obama is said to have been “steeped in Islam” before he began attending Trinity United Church of Christ in the early 1990s. He described his faith in a 2008 interview with George Stephanopoulos as “Muslim,” which Stephanopoulos hastened to correct to “Christian.”
The FBI is a division of the U.S. Department of Justice headed by Eric Holder, who was named in contempt of Congress last year. Holder is also under investigation for perjury in his testimony on Fast & Furious and his department’s subpoenas of journalists’ phone records and emails without notification to them.
Holder claims that Muslims were denied their “civil rights” when the people of Chattanooga, TN objected to an Islamic center being built there. After two years, the center was erected, with Killian as the keynote speaker at its opening celebration.
Fitzpatrick told The Post & Email in a previous interview that “Islam has taken a firm hold in this country.”