Saturday, March 7, 2009

How Not To Do It - #29,468

We learn from other's mistakes. I don't think these guys were serious in the first place, but their errors are to our benefit. This group had a jew involved with them, and are followers of Irwin Schiff, another jew who, before the Feds finally locked him up, scammed the goyim with bullshit claims about the Income Tax. However unfortunate it may be, the Income Tax is CONSTITUTIONAL. It may not be moral or right, but until the 16th amendment is repealed, it's part of the constitution, regardless of what anyone says.

Inside Call's home at 8208 Gunther Circle, near Alta and Buffalo
drives, authorities on Thursday discovered three illegal machine guns,
27 other types of pistols and guns and two grenades, Johnson said.

Mistake 1: Do not keep weapons in your house, much less automatic weapons. (other than for defensive purposes, like a shotgun and a pistol.)

A bunker equipped with a substantial amount of food was found behind a
hidden door in a closet and a surveillance camera trained on the front
yard was set up in the garage.

Johnson said neighbors reported that Call, 67, advised them to stay
inside their homes if they ever saw police or IRS agents at his
residence because there would be "firearms exchanged," Johnson said.

Mistake 2: Do not broadcast your intentions to anyone. Going to prison full of muds for nothing is no fun.

"He intended to shoot Internal Revenue Service agents," said Johnson,
who argued the men should remain in custody.

Good intentions but again, the opportunity will abruptly come to a halt if you broadcast them.

In a recorded telephone conversation, Lindsey is heard saying that if
the government continues to interfere with citizens' assets, weapons
will be used and there will be a "full-blown revolution," Johnson

Not anymore there won't be, thanks to being a braggart. The ZOG loves these kind of people.

Lindsey is a coordinator for an organization called "We the People,"
which, according to its Web site, was developed to become "the
nationwide force that will institutionalize and organize citizen

From The Las Vegas Review-Journal, 3/7/09:

Men arrested in raid have ties to anti-tax crusade

Retired FBI agent faces charges


Jan Lindsey served as a special agent with the FBI until 1995, when he
retired in good standing from the agency and eventually became
involved in an anti-tax, anti-government movement.

Too bad, this guy could have been a valuable asset.

Now Lindsey faces the possibility of meeting the same fate as one of
the tax protester movement's more notorious leaders, 81-year-old Irwin
Schiff, who was convicted of tax crimes in 2006 and is now in prison.

Lindsey, 66, was one of four Las Vegas Valley men arrested Thursday in
a raid orchestrated by the Joint Terrorism Task Force, an arm of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Herald Call was charged with possession of an unregistered weapon.

Anyone that has a converted weapon should cache it immediately.

Shawn Rice, (jew) who once worked with the CIA, and Samuel Davis were
charged with conspiracy and money laundering.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Eric Johnson said all four defendants belong
to the sovereign movement, which does not believe in the authority of
the federal government.

The task force investigated the case because of threats allegedly made
toward law enforcement and Internal Revenue Service agents.

WTF?! Why make threats you can't carry out?

Investigators raided properties in Las Vegas, Idaho and Arizona.

FBI Special Agent David Staretz said the charges have nothing to do
with the foursome's beliefs or ideologies.


"When the members go from First Amendment rights to the realm of
criminal activity, that's when the federal government has an
interest," Staretz said.


All four pleaded not guilty to the charges and were released by U.S.
Magistrate Judge Lawrence Leavitt until their trial dates, initially
scheduled for May.

Leavitt prohibited the men from possessing firearms or explosives.

None of the defendants have prior criminal histories.

Lindsey has failed to pay his income taxes or has filed false returns
since 1999, Johnson said.

Play by the system's rules, otherwise they will use them against you. Instead of not filing, try reducing your taxes as much as you can.

Although Schiff has been incarcerated in Terre Haute, Ind. for nearly
three years, he still appears to have a following in the Las Vegas

Schiff's East Sahara bookstore, which once sported a huge sign that
read, "Why pay income taxes when no law says you have to?" is

But his older blogs relating to tax protests occasionally resurface on
the Internet.

Photos on Schiff's Web site show Lindsey in Schiff's office displaying
his FBI special agent badge.

Gawd damn. Why not just call them and tell them what you intend to do? Oh wait, he did!

Lindsey is a coordinator for an organization called "We the People,"
which, according to its Web site, was developed to become "the
nationwide force that will institutionalize and organize citizen

Above ground guy involved in underground activities. Big mistake.

One of the group's six primary missions is "to help people become
better informed about how to confront unconstitutional and illegal
behavior by those wielding power in government at all levels," the
site says.

Lindsey might have been tapping into the organization's teachings
Thursday when he first appeared in federal court.

He repeatedly interrupted the judge to ask whether a citation against
him existed.

When he made little progress, he turned to Johnson and tried to get
his attention, but he couldn't remember Johnson's name and was told to
be quiet.

On Friday, all but Call tried to explain their constitutional rights
to Leavitt, which led to some bizarre exchanges.

Each spelled their name for the court, emphasizing which letters
should be capitalized and which should be lower-case.

Haha! This is classic blight wing.

They made sure the judge noted their middle names.

Davis, 54, told Leavitt, "I accept the charges for value," when asked
to enter a plea.

"I don't know what that means," Leavitt responded.

"It's a simple question, guilty or not guilty."

Leavitt ultimately entered a not guilty plea on behalf of Davis.

Davis, who resides in Idaho with his wife and 16-year-old son, told
Leavitt the charges included in the indictment were "absurd."

Undercover agents approached Davis and Rice last year and presented to
them stolen checks from Wachovia Bank.

The agents told the men they needed assistance laundering money from
the checks and the two men allegedly obliged.

Between March 2008 and September 2008, agents wired about $585,000 to
Davis and he returned $540,000, keeping the difference as payment for
his service, according to the indictment.

Rice served as Davis' associate, according to the government.

Rice is a rabbi and attorney for the Pembina Nation, a native American
group that Johnson said is not recognized by the Bureau of Indian

The 46-year-old lives in Seligman, Ariz.

Despite their opinions about the federal government and the court
system, each defendant told Leavitt they would not miss a court

"If I'm going to do anything, I'm going to run at you," Rice said,
giving Leavitt pause.

Rice's attorney quickly jumped in to say his client simply meant that
he plans to aggressively defend himself during the trial.

If you meet guys like this, keep your distance. They aren't interested in revolution. This is obvious.

1 comment:

Orion said...

When I say work within the system, I mean do just what you have to do to keep yourself under the radar. Pay your taxes, keep your license and papers in order, don't have any outstanding warrants. This is how most people get busted before they ever get a chance to bloody the nose of the system.