Tuesday, December 23, 2008
FBI Claims They "Found" Assassin's Manual During October 2008 Search Of ANSWP Commander Bill White's Roanoke Apartment
On December 22nd, 2008, Canada's National Post reported that FBI agents allegedly "found" a how-to manual for assassins when they searched the apartment of a U.S. neo-Nazi charged with threatening to kill an Ottawa lawyer. The book, entitled "Hit Man: A Technical Manual for Independent Contractors", was purportedly seized during the court-approved October 17th, 2008, search of Bill White's apartment in Roanoke, VA. Note that no other media outlet reported this story.
After Canadian human rights gadfly Richard Warman and Canadian Jewish Congress CEO Bernie Farber traveled to Virginia in September to testify before a grand jury that was hearing the case against Bill White, Federal investigators subsequently raided two Virginia addresses linked to White. The searches yielded computer equipment, files on other white supremacists, a letter about Jewish Holocaust promoter Elie Wiesel and a single copy of Hit Man, which was taken out of print a decade ago after a man murdered three people in Maryland and claimed he had used the book as a how-to guide.
"Within the pages of this book you will learn one of the most successful methods of operation used by an independent contractor," reads the preface. "Step by step you will be taken from research to equipment selection to job preparation to successful job completion."
The FBI also seized a disc labeled "Free Rev. Dr. Matt Hale".
Bill White is getting hammered by the Feds in two different cases. He's currently incarcerated in solitary confinement in Chicago, awaiting a March 4th trial on a charge of solicitation in relation to publishing the personal information on the Mark P. Hoffmann, the Jewish jury foreman in the 2004 Matt Hale trial. And on December 11th, the Roanoke grand jury indicted White on five counts of communicating threats in interstate commerce, one count of communicating an extortionate threat in interstate commerce and one count of witness intimidation.
Interesting that the FBI suddenly "found" this assassin's manual. There is good reason to question the integrity of the FBI. In the railroading of Alaska U.S. Senator Ted Stevens, an unnamed Alaska FBI agent has accused fellow FBI agents and at least one prosecutor of misconduct and unethical behavior in the public corruption investigation in Alaska and the trial of U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens. The agent's complaint to internal investigators in the Justice Department was made public Monday in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., by the judge in Stevens' case.
The complaint had sharp words about one supervising agent, accused of getting too close to sources, including former VECO CEO Bill Allen, the Feds' superstar snitch. It said agents took gifts and accepted favors from sources and revealed confidential grand jury information and investigative practices to sources and reporters.
So if FBI agents would massage the evidence and the case against one of the most powerful U.S. Senators in history, why wouldn't they do the same to the commander of a national socialist organization? The FBI is clearly not to be trusted.
The Feds are taking a bunch of individual acts by Bill White which, by themselves, would cause little concern, and stitching them all together to try to create a contrived image of White as a "domestic terrorist".
To find out how you can help Bill White and his family, visit the FreeBillWhite website.