This website has been up for some time now, since March 2010, but I found it merely by accident. It contains a number of letters from Bill White. One letter is of some import. In this post, Bill White rebuts the allegation put forth by self-ordained DSCI Pastor Martin Lindstedt (whose real ordination was revoked by Pastor Morris L. Gulett in August 2005) that Alex Linder is an informant because he provided technical information about VNN Forum via deposition during White's Federal trial. White writes, "Alex [Linder] was literally drug to testify by the US Marshals. He did everything possible to avoid it. He did not contribute to my conviction or cooperate against me to my knowledge". So this should resolve the issue once and for all, although Martin Lindstedt has virtually no credibility within the WN community - except perhaps as a comedian (his chronic fuming and spewing against "whiggers" and "mamzers" grows on you and is actually quite hilarious at times).
But of even more contemporary interest is Bill White's analysis of the Edgar Steele case, posted in the same July 19th letter. Here are the relevant parts:
I do not buy the Edgar Steele thing either – but, why have the feds seized his assets? They are not the proceeds of illegal activity.
His letter makes a lot more sense – that his handyman informant stole some money, tried to kill him, and lied to the feds – than anything else I’ve heard so far. And, of course, the feds sat there slack-jawed and bought all of it. The possibility the ADL or SPLC tried to murder Ed also makes a lot more sense.
I do not buy the “human trafficking” thing. Steele was targeted for the same reason all of us are being targeted – because Marxism and Judaism must destroy its enemies, and needs the veneer of law.
The only thing I don’t get with Steele are the tapes. First, the FBI usually doesn’t turn over evidence until the last minute in discovery. This tells me he gave them an interview. Stupid. Second – I don’t buy 100 per cent fake tapes. I could – but I need more explanation. Are these offhand remarks out of context? I don’t know.
Anyways, I’ll be out soon and better able to evaluate these things. I’ve dropped Ed a letter.
People should be telling Ed these things:
1. When the feds arrest an innocent person, they torture and brutalize him to try to break him and get a false confession. Better to live through 90 days of that than confess – believe me.
2. If convicted, Ed is headed to a medium or a low [security prison]. These are easy, laid-back joints, much better than 23-and-lockdown. As a lawyer, he will be besieged with people giving him things for legal advice. He’ll have an easy time.
3. Don’t believe anyone. The prosecutors will lie to get a plea deal – the public defender will lie. Other inmates will lie and get on his case to get a time cut. The Marshals lie. They all lie.
4. Don’t plea. Particularly, no subsection (b) plea – only subsection (c), if he must. Plea-ing eliminates the right to challenge evidence, eliminates the rules of evidence (since you aren’t contesting it), and reduces the standard of guilt to preponderance from reasonable doubt. Fight, fight, fight!
5. Don’t speak to anyone or write anything. If you must, lie. These people believe everything their informants say, so if you lie to the informants, it really messes them up. And, they are lying to you, anyways.
Since White wrote this letter, the Feds have dumped three more charges on Edgar Steele. On top of the original charge of use of interstate commerce facilities in the commission of murder for hire, new charges of use of explosive material to commit a federal felony, possession of a destructive device in relation to a crime of violence and tampering with a victim. The tampering charge stems from Steele’s alleged attempt in taped conversations to influence witnesses. The possession charge could lead to a sentence of less than 30 years plus a $250,000 fine upon conviction, while the maximum sentence for the tampering charge is 20 years and $250,000. The original charge and the explosives charge carry maximum 10-year/$250,000 penalties.
Interesting that Bill White says he'll be out soon. Apparently, he believes the latest effort by the Feds to resurrect the Chicago charges will fail. Hopefully, he's right. He's currently being held at FCI Beckley in West Virginia; here's the mailing address:
William A. White #13888-084
Federal Corrections Institution,
Beaver, WV 25813