The letter is dated July 28th, 2009, and so refers to some current events effective as of that date. The reason for the delay is because it was sent to a P.O. Box in Springfield, Missouri that Glenn Miller does not check very often:
July 28, 2009
I am writing everyone who has been kind enough to write to me, to share news of my acquittal. Last Tuesday, Judge Alderman dismissed the Chicago, Illinois indictment against me, noting that it violated my civil rights and that I had been wrongfully imprisoned.
I have not yet been released. First the government attempted to stay my release. This was rejected Friday. Now, the government has made another argument which will be decided this Friday.
When I was arrested, I was indicted in two different districts for essentially the same offense. The Illinois indictment has been cleared, but the Virginia indictment, which, at this point, must be dismissed, is on the books until I return there. The government is arguing I must be detained until I return; we are arguing I should not be detailed on an indictment known to be invalid.
Regardless, I will be released either this weekend or in 40 days.
Hal Turner, who, you may recall, I tried to warn was under investigation, may have his case dismissed based on the precedent established in mine.
If you are still on VNN or other websites, I'd ask you to get the word out that my arrest was the first in what the government calls "Operation Hopeful Eagle" - a program to trump up charges against all perceived "white supremacists" not on the FBI payroll, and replace them with FBI stooges. My personal belief is they are trying to put people in place to cause a major "domestic terrorism" incident, ala Oklahoma City - given the FBI does nothing but cause violence and hate crimes, they are targeting peaceful people and all the informers now known to me are encouraging violence to entrap others. That seems the only rational explanation.
I would caution all white activists to be particularly vigilant in avoiding any discussion of illegal acts, as such discussings [discussions] quickly become conspiracies that carry as much time as the act themselves. The FBI is making a huge push and I do not want to see anyone else caught up in it.
Additionally, I have to apologize to individuals who have pled guilty to federal offenses - like yourself or David Duke. While I did not cooperate or plead guilty in anyway, I also suffered being labeled a "terrorist". I ___interrogation measures and isolation in a maximum security unit for two and a half months. I could have cooperated, made a proffer, and left - I chose not to.
I have retained civil counsel and will be suing for civil rights violations and wrongful imprisonment; damages are in excess of $7.5 million.
Despite reports, my company and family have survived the experience without lasting harm, and I completed a successful reorganization in Chapter II two weeks ago, eliminating about $1 million in debt and retaining essentially all my property.
Again, I thank you for having written, and please share my comments and warnings with the white community.
/s/ Bill White" (end of letter)
The latest update on Bill White's legal situation in Roanoke was posted HERE on September 2nd.
I have found no official corroboration of this claim. A Google search of the term "Operation Hopeful Eagle" returned no specific information. While I tend to discount conspiracy theories such as the claim that the 1969 moon landings were fake, or that the WTC towers were brought down by "jet fuel", Bill White, despite pushing the envelope and some of his previous provocative tactics, retains some credibility. He has never peddled tall tales about embedding dynamite in earthquake faults or tossing bodies off the Continental Shelf, as Hal Turner did.
Ironically, Hal Turner may have inadvertently corroborated White's claim about the FBI. In an August 31st letter posted on FamilyOfHalTurner, Turner claims he was an operative of both the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) and another group which he described as "a group of supervisory people who were higher up in the FBI", who wanted Hal to be an “intelligence operative”. The special FBI cell didn't want the JTTF knowing about its existence or activities. There is no indication that Hal Turner interacted with Bill White while both were incarcerated in Chicago, so collusion between the two on this story is unlikely.
Is this "special FBI cell" the driving force behind this Operation Hopeful Eagle?
These revelations now cause me to re-visit the trial and conviction of Shaun Walker, Travis Massey, and Eric Egbert (Walker was the one the Feds really wanted, and they were hoping that Massey and Egbert would shop Walker). Why were the Feds so determined to go after Walker, in particular. If the Feds were telling the truth about the so-called "bar fights", Walker, Massey, and Egbert would have been prosecuted by the State of Utah for assault. The failure of Utah to prosecute them on state charges implies no crime could be proved. Yet the Feds squandered taxpayer dollars prosecuting them on bogus "civil rights" charges and used two snitches to hornswoggle an all-white jury to convict. This begs the question: Why were the Feds so determined to get Shaun Walker out of the way?
I think we're now uncovering the answer.