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Documents: Robert Mueller Accused Of Framing Georgia Man On Gun Charge

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Published on: October 23, 2018

Former FBI Director and current special investigator of the ever eluding Russia probe against President Donald Trump, Robert Mueller, stands accused of framing a Georgia man on gun charges after the man traveled to Tennessee for an arraignment hearing of a friend in April 2010.

Nearly a decade later, the case against a man who was sentenced to four years in federal prison for what appears to be lies that emanated from Robert Mueller’s office continues to be “under investigation,” and the state of Tennessee doesn’t seem to want to make the public aware of the truth.

The Post Email reported in January 2014:

Huff was sentenced in May 2012 to four years in federal prison for what could be considered a “thought crime,” a term introduced in George Orwell’s novel 1984, in which supreme government power punished individuals for thoughts of anger, resentment, protest or disobedience against its figurehead, “Big Brother,” even if such actions were never carried out.

On April 20, 2010, Huff traveled to Madisonville, TN, the county seat of Monroe County, to attenda court hearing for CDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret.), who on April 1 had attempted to carry out a citizen’s arrest on Gary Pettway, the Monroe County grand jury foreman.  Pettway did not acquiesce to Fitzpatrick’s demand that he turn himself in to authorities, and Judge Carroll Lee Ross directed sheriff’s deputies to arrest Fitzpatrick instead.

Fitzpatrick had uncovered deep corruption within the Monroe County Criminal Court after discovering that Pettway had been serving in his position for at least 20 years, later confirmed as 28 years.  Huff was present at the citizen’s arrest and also charged with several crimes by the county, eventually pleading “no contest.”

While the county claimed in indictments issued against both Huff and Fitzpatrick that Pettway was “a juror,” Tennessee Deputy Attorney General Kyle Hixson now claims that the foreman is not, and has never been, a juror in a discrepancy which has not been reconciled.

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Eastern Tennessee is well-known for its endemic government corruption dating back decades and is ranked first in public corruption by some sources.

Huff had been stopped and questioned on his way to Madisonville by Tennessee Highway Patrolmen and, upon their suggestion, locked his legally-owned firearms in the toolbox attached to the back of his pickup truck before proceeding into town, a fact confirmed by the Knoxville News Sentinel.

Like many others, Huff was not permitted to enter the courthouse to observe the hearing and therefore patronized a restaurant across the street with an acquaintance, former Marine Sgt. William Looman, who spent the rest of the day with Huff before parting company that evening to return home.

Monroe County officials made no arrests, despite the presence of between 100 and 200 local, state and federal law enforcers, including a SWAT team and bomb-sniffing dogs, all of which turned out to be unnecessary.

Ten days later, without provocation, Huff was arrested by federal authorities while driving through Knoxville, TN and charged with “carrying a firearm in interstate commerce with the intent to use it in a civil disorder” and a second firearms charge.

The Post Email, in an article a year and a half later, reported:

On December 1, 2010, Huff pleaded “no contest” to charges stemming from his operation of a video camera on April 1, when Fitzpatrick had attempted a citizen’s arrest on the Monroe County grand jury foreman, Gary Pettway, for over-serving his term. Huff was not jailed or fined.  However, federal firearms charges were brought against him in what many perceive to be a politically-motivated assault on First and Second amendment rights.

The U.S. Department of Justice refused to release any documentation to The Post & Email through a FOIA request on the massive number of deployed law enforcement officers into Madisonville on April 20, 2010, the day of Fitzpatrick’s arraignment. Initially, the FBI said it possessed no responsive records, but a higher level of review yielded a letter affirming that documents existed but could not be released because of “privacy” concerns.

Fitzpatrick has termed the event “the Madisonville Hoax.”

The Obama regime has been found to be highly secretive, particularly involving FOIA requests.

Both Huff and Fitzpatrick are U.S. Navy veterans. The Obama regime is on record in its view that military veterans are considered “potential domestic terrorists.”  Soldiers returning from battlefields in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as older veterans have often been deemed mentally unstable and thereby denied firearms ownership.

Documentation exists indicating that Obama supporters placed calls prior to April 20, 2010 to then-Madisonville Mayor Alan Watson alleging that Huff and Fitzpatrick had developed a violent plot, along with “militia” members, to “take over the courthouse.”

At his federal trial, Huff maintained his innocence and claimed that the government he had served had turned against him. The jury acquitted him of one charge and was initially hung on the second until U.S. District Court Judge Thomas A. Varlan told them to “try again.”  The jury then returned a guilty verdict on the second charge, and Huff was sentenced by Varlan to four years in federal prison and two years of probation.

Now,  a report out this week, indicates that Robert Mueller, who was serving as FBI director at the time, stands accused of framing Huff.  Allegedly, this case remains under investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI).

Patrick Howley at Big League Politics notes that a letter from TBI indicates that there is a criminal complaint against Mueller regarding his conduct in the case and that the matter is stored in an investigative case file at TBI.

According to Howley:

Big League Politics has reviewed police audio of a conversation between Walter Fitzpatrick, witness in the case against Mueller, and TBI special agents Jerry Spoon and Mark Irwin, plus another TBI officer.

Fitzpatrick describes his claim that Darren Huff was fraudulently prosecuted by Mueller’s FBI for the crime of “carrying a firearm in interstate commerce with the intent to use it in a civil disorder” in a supposed right-wing plot in 2010 to take over a courthouse in Monroe County. Huff served time in solitary confinement, and did not wish to be quoted in this report.

Fitzpatrick and others have presented evidence that Darren Huff never possessed a firearm at the location or in the matter alleged by authorities, and that there was no plot to take over a courthouse.

Huff’s lack of firearm, if confirmed by investigators, shapes the case against Mueller for willful misconduct by law enforcement.

The obvious question is, why is the mainstream media not pursuing this?  If there is evidence that has been presented that actually demonstrates that Mr. Huff never even had a firearm at the time and Mueller and company simply sought to intimidate and silence an American patriot, why should that be kept from the public?

Robert Mueller has a history of deception and questionable conduct, including his aide in covering up 9/11.  How anyone can take Robert Mueller seriously as an investigator is beyond me.  He’s nothing more than a political puppet used by his masters to bring out their desired outcome.

Article posted with permission from The Washington Standard

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