Three individuals, Eric Molitor, his twin brother Michael Null, and William Null, were implicated by federal provocateurs in a fictitious kidnapping scheme involving Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. They were all found not guilty.
After the not-guilty votes were read, Judge Charles Hamlyn told the guys, “You may leave.”
The jury clearly felt bad for the men whose lives were wrecked by this FBI plan to make political opponents of the Democrats look like terrorists. After the trial was over, one juror went up to Molitor and “said he was incredibly sorry for everything he had to go through.” He then shook his hand and gave him a hug.
Adam Fox and Barry Croft Jr. were found guilty, even though the federal government was involved in making up the whole fake story. So, in the end, none of these situations were fair.
Big League Politics has written about how bad federal agents took advantage of mentally ill people to make up this whole fake scheme:
“Defense lawyers in the fake kidnapping of Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer say that the plan was probably not real because federal agents joked about the main patsy being mentally ill in their conversations.”
Documents show that the so-called leader of the plot, Adam Fox, was called “Captain Autism” by the FBI while they set up the fake arrest and laughed at him the whole time. This was all part of a plan to catch him in a trap.
“No one would have worked together with Adam Fox because no one thought he could even come up with a plan, let alone carry it out,” the defense says in a new court statement.
The defense wants the court to accept 258 statements given by FBI agents and their sources. These statements, they say, show that the feds were in charge of the fake plan from the beginning until the sting operation shortly prior to the election in October 2020.
“There’s a saying at my office.” One agent mentioned the fictitious kidnapping scheme in a chat from December 2020, saying, “Don’t allow the facts to stand in the way of an amazing story.”
Another FBI agent said, “The mission is to specifically kill the governor. A lot of the defendants, like Daniel Harris, didn’t like this plan. Harris replied to the government pressure by saying, ‘No snatch or grab. I swore to…God.'”
One government informant told his handlers that there was no plan and that the whole operation had been a waste of time. He said, “Right, but yeah, and I keep attempting to push, pressing them, where are you guys going with this? Because I want to know if you’re kind of wasting my time.”
“Bricks and mortar can not just be taken. Without a person to go with it, all you’ve done is grab bricks and mortar,” the spy said as he was told to help the feds with their plan to catch someone.
Fox also said he felt bad about what he had done and suggested that all the talk of plans was just drunken thinking, which is what the defense lawyers have said.
“I don’t know what to say. Upon contemplating the possibility of proceeding, it seems like there are a lot of things we might do, but ultimately, it will have a disastrous effect on the community. Even if we don’t hurt anyone, just doing this will ruin that community,” Fox stated.”
What the deep state did to each of these men is awful. This is part of the ongoing and getting worse fight that the federal government is waging against American conservatives.
Author: Blake Ambrose