FORMER FBI DIRECTOR, NOW SPECIAL COUNSEL, RESPONSIBLE FOR 2010 “MADISONVILLE HOAX”
On Thursday, The Post & Email published the first in what will be a series of articles
emanating from an interview with LCDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret) resulting from a meeting with his congressman’s staffer in Athens, TN on Wednesday.
Fitzpatrick’s interaction with [a staffer] of Rep. Chuck Fleischmann‘s district office took place following [the staffer]’s suggestion that Fitzpatrick assemble a document package which he said he had in his possession detailing government, and specifically FBI, corruption.
“I sent her an email at 12:22 that afternoon with [a] sworn statement [from a FBI from Huff's case] and went in two hours later to deliver the documents,” Fitzpatrick told us in an interview on Thursday.
In regard to recent revelations about the apparent political motivations of high-ranking FBI and DOJ officials to obtain a surveillance warrant from the FISA court in 2016 on then-Trump informal adviser Carter Page, Fitzpatrick told Gernert and later, this writer, that the “same tactic” was used in April 2010 to obtain an arrest warrant for Navy veteran Darren Wesley Huff.
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“There was no such plan. The government made it all up,” Fitzpatrick has responded on a number of occasions.
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In a column published December 3, 2017, Fitzpatrick contended that the documentation he has of “The Madisonville Hoax” “undoes Mueller.”
“We have as much dirt on Robert Mueller and his criminal conduct in 2010 that we’re finding out about now with the current ‘luminaries’ of the FBI — McCabe, Comey — before them came Bob Mueller,” Fitzpatrick told The Post & Email on Thursday, linking the “Hoax” to the Russia investigation.
“Mueller needs to be placed under arrest,” Fitzpatrick said on Thursday, “because of the precedent set as articulated in the ‘GOTCHA’ broadcast,” referring to a May 22, 2012 FBI interview in which [an] FBI agent [ . . . ] took obvious pride in Huff’s conviction and prison sentence as a “militia extremist.”
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Last July, Fitzpatrick filed a treason complaint against Mueller which has received no response.
Fitzpatrick said that while speaking with [the congressional staffer] on the phone on Wednesday morning, she said that his credibility might be in question because of his 1990 court-martial and the 2014 felony conviction for which he spent 27 months in Tennessee state prison. [The staffer] then reportedly said, “People aren’t listening because it’s you. Why don’t you bring me a package?”
Fitzpatrick explained to [the staffer] that the court-martial was tainted by the forgery of his name on a false “confession letter” which he recently discovered is contained in official military archives. “I’ve been trying to get that overturned,” Fitzpatrick said he told [the staffer]. “There’s a forgery involved.”
Responsive to [the staffer's] suggestion, Fitzpatrick assembled a variety of documentation to include a declaration by a handwriting expert that the signature of his misspelled name on the confession letter, which also was missing the generation figure (III) he always uses, was not his handwriting. Also included were the July treason complaint against Mueller and documentation about “The Madisonville Hoax.”
“I brought the sworn [FBI agent] affidavit and a copy of the ‘Sovereign Citizen’ DVD,” Fitzpatrick told us. He additionally included a hard copy of the FBI “GOTCHA” broadcast and an apparent connection between “The Fogbow
,” whose members called in
the false threat to Watson naming Huff and Fitzpatrick, and a “White House attorney
The Post & Email’s article detailing that development and others is subtitled, “WHEN POLITICAL ACTIVISM BECOMES CRIMINAL ACTIVITY.”
“I gave her the forgery; I gave her a copy of the treason complaint, which, by the way, has my signature at the end of it with a notary, a witness, and looks completely different from the one that’s forged.” He included a copy of the September 5, 1997 internal NCIS memo which stated that if Fitzpatrick were to prove that his signature had been forged, “it makes the Navy look really bad.”
“I gave her evidence that Mueller is a criminal,” Fitzpatrick said. “I gave her evidence that what Mueller is doing now is exactly the same thing he was doing back in 2010. I told her that I’m tired of this dark cloud over my head because of the court-martial. ‘I want the forgery removed from this federal record,’ I told her, ‘which, by the way, undoes the court-martial.'”
“Congressman Fleischmann needs to act; he needs to come forward and put out this information,” Fitzpatrick said he further told [the staffer] during what became a 30-minute meeting. “Putting a known criminal instrument into a federal record is a crime.”
“When I arrived at about 2:30, I rang the buzzer. She could see on the camera that it was me, and she didn’t want to come to the door. She shouted, “I’m on the phone with Washington!” “There was a speaker there, and I said, ‘OK, I’ll wait until you’re off the phone,'” Fitzpatrick told us. “The door was locked, and she didn’t want to come to the door,” he said.
When [the staffer] finished her call, according to Fitzpatrick, she asked, “Why are you here?”
“I have the package you asked me for this morning,'” Fitzpatrick told us he said, to which [the staffer] replied, “Just leave it at the door.”
Editor’s Note: Further details about Gernert’s unusual response to Fitzpatrick’s documentation will be detailed in a continuation to this series to be released in the near future.
She didn’t want to take this information from me, and she didn’t know what I had in my hand at the time. These were not a lot of documents, but they were kill-shots about the forgery. I told her that Fleischmann could remove that cloud from over me so that people start listening to what I have to tell them.
I didn’t go into the grand jury information, although I could have. The conviction that locked me up for 27 months did not use a proper grand jury, and information that was used against me was falsified as well.
In regard to the [FBI agent's] statement, the FBI knows that I put [the former grand jury] under citizen’s arrest because he was an imposter grand jury foreman. The FBI and Department of Justice later called someone who was reported as an illegal grand jury foreman [ . . . ] to testify against Darren Huff.
This is exactly what Dinesh D’Souza is saying was done to him.
Obama, [Eric] Holder, and then-DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano were “pathfinders” to put down veterans and other citizens through the MIAC report and Operation Vigilant Eagle who were trying to stand up against a corrupt government, criticizing Obama because he’s a foreign-born domestic enemy.