Since this sounded like another White patriot who is being persecuted because of her politics, I decided to do some snooping. And indeed, Pam Bailey is a victim of ZOG -- big time. Her story was published in Homefront Publications by Women for Aryan Unity back on June 26th, 2009. Bailey is married with three kids; here are the key excerpts of her story:
...In 2001 I took a trip to Oregon as a possible area to scout out for relocation. While there, I happened to assault a turncoat by the name of Lindsay Ulrich. Unbeknownst to me, she was the state’s star witness in another case. In a cowardly attempt at self-preservation, the two other women present that night also agreed to falsely testify. Consequently, a simple assault case was embellished into 13 different counts including various degrees of robbery and kidnapping, along with conspiracy charges, to include innocent bystanders.
After I learned of the indictment and the fact that they were throwing politics into the equation to secure bigger convictions, my reaction was very mechanical. It’s strange, because I didn’t even think – it was as though instinct took over. Anything that could have left a trail was burned, and I calmly packed my children’s belongings and anything else that would fit in the car, and left my life behind. Still, the magnitude of it all didn’t sink in; I was thinking it would only be temporary until things blew over. My husband, Dimitri (who was also indicted), and I took my boys to their dads. I didn’t know how long I’d be gone or when I’d be able to see them again, and kissing them goodbye was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do.
When you’re on the run and have nothing to lose, well, you have NOTHING to lose. I learned a lot about covering my tracks while the FBI was searching for us in various states, but my biggest weakness, understandably, was my kids, and I risked driving back and forth across the country as often as I could to see them.
In the interim, I found out I was pregnant with my daughter. It made for some crazy times, which is a definite understatement!
I was arrested 8 months after being on the run, 5 ½ months pregnant. After being extradited, my legal battles began. The first offer they came at me with was 20 years, 18 if I would testify against my husband. I guess they figured that they could use my pregnancy and children to their advantage and appeal to my maternal instincts. Instead of being scared, I was outraged. It was as if every stereotype I was ever told about ZOG’s tactics were being played out in front of me. How textbook!
I was being told to sell out my morals and integrity at the expense of a comrade’s freedom. “Do the right thing,” they told me. “Think of your kids,” they said. When I heard those words, I calmly smiled and said, “NO DEAL.”
According to a December 2001 article by Willamette Week, Lindsay Ulrich was assaulted by five skinheads for refusing to take part in an operation against anti-racist skinheads at the Beulahland club in Northeast Portland. However, the newspaper admits the account is sketchy, and one person posted a comment claiming that Ulrich and another skinhead went into the club on their own and were beaten down by some anti-racists because they were wasted, and the other skinheads came in and rescued them and took them back up to Ulrich's apartment to clean them up. But somehow, Bailey was charged initially with assault, and when she refused to roll over and give ZOG a cheap victory, they then piled on a raft of additional charges as they frequently do against those with disapproved politics.
Pam Bailey continues to be oppressed while in prison. In November 2009, Tom Metzger published this account where Bailey had received 60 days in solitary, a $50 fine, and 14 days loss of privileges for something called "Unauthorized Organization 1". According to Bailey, she was merely working out with two other kinswomen on the weight pile in the yard. But because she possesses tattoos depicting symbols of a cultural and political nature, she was profiled and punished arbitrarily. Bailey also notes that although Whites make up the vast majority of prisoners in the Oregon prison system, they are also the most discriminated against by the prison bureaucracy. More recently, according to a fellow inmate, Robin Lundy, Pam had a years worth of clean conduct and was working in Canteen & Corridor, a position of trust among inmates. She was trying to transfer to honor housing & work at DMV.
Pam Bailey continues to communicate with Harold Covington. In this September 2nd, 2010 letter, Bailey notes that she's not receiving all her mail, particularly the Northwest Observer magazine, and that the system is dragging their feet on resolving her case.You can write to her at the following address:
Pamela Bailey #14705513
24499 SW Grahams Ferry Road
Wilsonville, OR 97070