Former American National Socialist Workers Party (ANSWP) Northwest leader Dan Jones may have his conditional release order revoked by Federal prosecutors - and the move in part may have been triggered by Radio Free Mississippi host Jim Giles, who represented himself as being "pro-White". Media story published by the Toledo Blade.
The Blade is reporting that federal prosecutors filed a motion in U.S. District Court in Toledo on Wednesday January 6th, 2010 to revoke a conditional release order, alleging that Dan Jones violated conditions of release. In October 2009, Jones was indicted and arrested for allegedly mailing a hangman’s noose to the head of the Lima, Ohio, chapter of the NAACP. Jones petitioned for release on his own recognizance; one of the conditions of release was that Jones would not access the Internet. Originally, prosecutors had asked that Jones allow pretrial services to install monitoring software on his computer and that he not access the Internet without approval; instead, Jones voluntarily surrendered his personal computer and agreed not to access the Internet using other computers. Prosecutors agreed to this alternative.
But federal prosecutors allege that Jones has accessed the Internet several times since his release, despite not having permission. Specifically, the motion said that he posted several messages on an unspecified "white supremacist Internet message board" on October 13th and 14th and again on December 10th [Ed. Note: Most likely the Vanguard News Network Forum, using an assumed name].
Jones is also accused of communicating with the host of "a self-described 'white movement' radio talk show," by e-mail and through an Internet-based telephone system. The Blade does not identify the radio talk show.
However, I can identify the talk show. It was Radio Free Mississippi, hosted by Jim Giles. Giles was supposed to interview Jones, but prior to the interview, Jones asked Giles to use Skype, despite the fact that he [Jones] was under a court order not to access the Internet. When Giles confronted him with this fact, Jones allegedly asked Giles not to mention the fact that Skype was being used. Allegedly fearing that Jones was trying to enmesh him in a conspiracy, Giles not only immediately scrubbed the interview, but also took the extraordinary step of sending the following e-mail to the Department of Justice (he discusses it on this broadcast):
From: RFM mailto:email@example.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 2009 8:33 AM
Cc: 'Andy_Hart@fd.org'; 'Donna_Grill@fd.org'; 'firstname.lastname@example.org'; 'email@example.com'
Subject: Daniel Lee Jones
Dear Mr. Bauer,
I have attached the emails that Daniel Lee Jones has sent to me. I bring this to your attention because it appears to me that he is in violation of his pretrial court order. Jones initiated contact with me proposing that I interview him but prior to the interview he told me the court had ordered him to not use the Internet and our interview was to be done via Skype which is Internet based. Jones wanted me to "not mention" the fact that we were using the Internet. I declined to interview him stating that I would not participate in an interview that violated the Court's Order.
This morning Jones has left two telephone messages at my home, calling from 503-807-8706 according to my caller ID, stating that he has listened to my monologue on the cancelled interview with him which I posted on my website last night. Listen hear: http://www.radiofreemississippi.net/audio2009/RFM-2009-12-14-DanJones.mp3. Jones goes on in the telephone message threatening to sue me for libel.
And Mr. Hart and Ms. Grill, I request that you advise your client to not contact me again in any way whatsoever. I have nothing to say to him again, ever.
Jimmy D. Giles
Radio Free Mississippi
173 Pear Lane
Pearl, Mississippi 39208
So basically, this so-called "pro-White" radio host Jim Giles shopped Dan Jones to the Feds. If that doesn't make Giles a snitch, nothing does. One does not have to have a formal and continuing relationship with a police agency like Hal Turner did to be a snitch; one merely has to unnecessarily volunteer unfavorable information about someone to a law enforcement agency to meet the criteria.
Thus although there is no evidence that Jim Giles has a formal relationship with any police agency, Giles has demonstrated that he is a snitch nonetheless. He is Hal Turner version 2.0, and White activists should have nothing to do with him.