Ross Ulbricht, Founder of the SILK ROAD Dark Web Marketplace: Part II – His Shadowy, Corrupt Counterparts in the Baltimore Silk Road Task Force

Desire not the night, when people are cut off in their place.  Job 36:20

Rudy Davis has listed Ross Ulbricht, the founder and operator of the Silk Road  narcotics and illegal goods website as one of his prison pen pals on his yearofjubile.com website. On Davis’ companion YouTube channel, Lonestar1776, I searched for Ulbricht’s name.  Out of 10,000 uploads, only one video was tagged and that was a July 27, 2016 Shaeffer Cox video where Rudy Davis spends an hour and a half reading a letter. I have no idea why Ulbricht’s name is tagged with this video, except perhaps for the warning image shown below.

In this video, Rudy Davis reads a letter from Shaeffer Cox on his sentencing memo. There does not appear to be any relationship to this video and Ross Ulbricht except perhaps the image posted.

The source of this image is identified as Exposing the Ugly Ugly Judge.com, a domain that has never been registered.

In Part I on Ross Ulbricht, Founder of the SILK ROAD Dark Web Marketplace, I focused on his sentencing, and I provided a link to the United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit decision of May 31, 2017 which provided an exhaustive analysis of every point which the defense wanted re-examined.

Of interest in the Appeals document is the discussion of whether or not the actions of two corrupt government agents in the Baltimore Task Force- Silk Road investigation had any impact on the fairness of the Ulbricht trial.

Prior to addressing all of the defense’s arguments, the Appeals decision stated, “At the same time, the venality of individual agents does not necessarily affect the reliability of the government’s evidence in a particular case or become relevant to the adjudication of every case in which the agents participated.  Courts are obligated to ensure the probative evidence is disclosed to the defense, carefully evaluated by the court for the materiality to the case, and submitted for the jury’s consideration where admissible.  But courts must also take care that wrongdoing by investigators that has no bearing on the matter before the court not be used as a diversion from fairly assessing the prosecution’s case.  Like any other potential evidence, information about police corruption must be evaluated by reference to the ordinary rules of criminal procedure and evidence, a task to which we now turn.”

There were two Task Forces which were intensely investigating the Silk Road; one in New York and the other in Baltimore.  In conjunction with law enforcement agents from the Department of Homeland Security, the I. R. S., and the U. S. Postal Inspection Service, DEA Special Agent Carl Mark Force IV conducted the primary undercover communications with Dread Pirate Roberts (DPR) AKA Ross Ulbricht, whereas Secret Service Special Agent Shaun W. Bridges served as the specialist in computer forensics and anonymity software derived from TOR. The Ulbricht case was tried in the Southern District of New York federal criminal court, and it was the New York task force that became responsible for ensuring that the Silk Road case was not contaminated by any of the actions of the two corrupt Baltimore task force agents.

As noted in Footnote 6 in the Appeals document, the end result of the criminal investigation into the two agents resulted in both Force and Bridges pleading “guilty to money laundering and obstruction of justice; Force also pleaded guilty to extortion.  Force was sentenced to 78 months in prison, and Bridges received a 71-month sentence.”

TOR (The Onion Router) 

The Silk Road enterprise took place in that dark, nether world of the internet which is accessed using the TOR browser. Chris Skinner, an independent commenter on the financial markets, stated in a July  2015 article on thefinanser.comHow to Crack Anonymous:  The Silk Road Story, that “TOR –  The Onion Router –  was developed by the U. S. Navy in the 1990’s with the aim of protecting U. S. Intelligence communications online.  After its release and subsequent enhancements since 2002, it’s become the preferred network for drugs, fraud, and other illicit activities, as it allows users to browse the web almost completely anonymously. TOR achieves this by directing internet traffic through a free, worldwide, volunteer network consisting of more than six thousand relays to conceal a user’s location and usage from anyone conducting network surveillance or traffic analysis.”

Skinner also notes that the Silk Road story is a fascinating one because it “demonstrates the libertarian versus statist stand-off”.  He explains, “The libertarian versus statist movement is a very active one and, again for those who have not encountered it, is led by many bitcoin activists.  The bitcoin activists claim they have invented money without government, and believe that society should be free to operate as they want. If people want to exchange drugs, paedophilia or organize terrorist activities, that is a lifestyle choice and they should be allowed to do just that.  The view being that if these activities are viewed by the collective as inappropriate, then the collective will shut it down rather than the government.”

While TOR is known for providing anonymity, when it comes to anonymous commercial transactions, these activities are subject to exposure for various reasons once they leave the dark web and enter into the every-day reality of delivery systems and financial exchanges involving bitcoins and U. S. dollars.  In fact, the government’s investigation into Ulbricht’s activities was triggered by the discovery of a package of illegal drugs being delivered via the mail system.

The foundation for regulating behavior is not just having a “collective standard”, but there must be the authority and power to enforce those rules of conduct.

In the situation involving the exposure of the two corrupt government agents, unfortunately it was not internal procedural or  supervisory controls within the Baltimore Task Force that identified the corruption within their ranks.  Rather,  it was Bitstamp, the crypto exchange, that was the source of their undoing.  This reality collides with the bitcoin activists’ argument that the Collective ought to be the regulating force rather than the  Government. It took both a participant in the so called Collective and the Government’s resources and authority to deal with all of the wrongdoers associated with Silk Road.

It needs to be remembered that when Ross Ulbricht discovered persons in his midst that threatened exposure of his wrongdoing, he paid enormous sums using  bitcoins, to hire anonymous assassins to track down the real identities of his enemies, so that they could be murdered. In his world, Ulbricht was the sole dictator who had the authority and power to execute his own version of “justice”.  The U. S. Government, despite corrupt agents within, still displays the capability of bringing to justice wrongdoers in accordance with rules of evidence which favors the discovery of truth, while protecting the fragile rights of both the public and individuals.

While initially it was Bitstamp who found the activities of Force to be suspicious,  subsequent interviews of Shaun Bridges were pursued when the government observed  that he was making “inaccurate statements”. On March 18, 2015, Bridges resigned after being told he was suspended.

The Affidavit underlying the arrest warrant for Force and Bridges

The Affidavit provided by Special Agent (IRS) Tigran Gambaryan on March 25, 2015 in support of the criminal complaint against Force and Bridges (150325 – Charges Against Former Federal Agents in Silk Road), noted that “On April 29, 2014, Bitstamp’s General Counsel advised BRIDGES by telephone from the Northern District of California that Bitstamp suspected FORCE of wrongdoing and intended to formally bring it to the attention of law enforcement via a Bank Secrecy Act filing.  Bitstamp did so on May 1, 2014.  By May 4, 2014, FORCE submitted a letter of resignation after 15 years of service to be effective later that month.”

Gambaryan continues, “On approximately May 2, 2014 the U. S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California opened an official investigation into FORCE concerning his activities with his Bitstamp account and bitcoin holdings.  On approximately May 4, 2014, the Public Integrity Section opened an official investigation into FORCE concerning his improper use of a subpoena to Venmo.  On May 8, 2014, the Northern District of California and Public Integrity investigations were merged.”

The U. S. Sentencing Memo on Bridges

At this point, I am going to focus on the United States’ Sentencing Memorandum in the criminal case United States of America v. Shaun W. Bridges (A/K/A “Number 13”), dated December 7, 2015. The United States Attorneys argued against a downward departure or a variance in this case from the applicable sentencing guidelines. The defendant Bridges had pleaded guilty to money laundering and obstruction of justice.  The Probation Department had applied a 2-level enhancement for sophisticated means, and the sentencing guidelines for Bridges’ offenses ranged from 57 to 71 months. (all bolding in the following excerpts is mine.)

The United States Attorney’s Office stated on page 2, “By his egregious conduct and flagrant abuse of his authority as a sworn law enforcement officer, Shaun Bridges has shown that he is not someone who deserves a sentence at or below the low-end of the Guidelines range.  Rather, Shaun Bridges is someone who abused the public trust and tarnished the reputation of law enforcement in the process.  For those reasons and others discussed below, the United States seeks a high-end Guidelines sentence of 71 months’ imprisonment-the same sentence recommended by the Probation Department.”

It was further noted by the AUSA that the defendant had objected to the application of the sophisticated means enhancement; however, it was explained that the money laundering offense involved the sophisticated means of “conduct such as hiding assets or transactions, or both, through the use of fictitious entities, corporate shells, or offshore financial accounts…”.

On page 3, it was explained that “Bridges stole bitcoins from various Silk Road accounts using the log-in credentials from one of the website’s customer support representatives- a target whom they had arrested- and transferred the bitcoins to Mt. Gox, an offshore bitcoin exchange company in Japan.  Over several months, Bridges then made nine separate wire transfers – all under $100,000 each – totaling $822,851.19 from the offshore exchange to a Fidelity account in the name of Quantum International Investments, LLC (“Quantum”), a shell corporation Bridges created in the United States…The sole and exclusive purpose of this LLC was to receive and hide those criminal proceeds…further, as the PSR notes, bitcoin is a sophisticated technology/currency.”

On page 6 of the Sentencing Memorandum, special notice and condemnation is given for Bridge’s handling of a cooperator in this case, stating,  “In addition, the government believes that defendant Bridges’ sentence should be severe given his treatment of the cooperator, GC, in this case. Bridges did not simply steal from Silk Road, he stole from Silk Road and the operator of Silk Road–whom Bridges knew by his online moniker, “Dread Pirate Roberts”–through the administrator account of CG.  Of course, Ulbricht and a Silk Road administrator believed that CG had stolen from them since they were unaware that CG was cooperating and had given Bridges access to his account.”

Being a wealthy and dangerous operator of a narcotics trafficking site, Ulbricht responded in a predictable way to the perceived thefts by CG – he looked for associates to murder CG.  Bridges was aware that Ulbricht wanted to murder CG almost immediately because Bridges assisted Force and other agents in faking CG’s death.  Bridges did nothing to prevent Ulbricht’s belief – and the belief of the other agents and the AUSAs- that CG was the actual thief.  The AUSAs announced that they would not provide CG with a 5K recommendation due to their belief that he had stolen from Silk Road while promising to be a cooperator.  CG protested, but the agents and AUSAs did not believe that one of their own could have been responsible for the theft and did not believe him.  That Ulbricht contracted Force’s UCE legend of Nob to murder CG was fortuitous because Nob could obviously control his part of the situation by not murdering CG but letting Ulbricht believe that CG had been murdered by Nob.  But Bridges did not know that would be the result.”

“In addition, law enforcement is aware that Ulbricht did not limit his solicitation to murder CG to Force/Nob.  Ulbricht actively contacted other Silk Road users that Ulbricht believed could murder CG.  That was an eventuality that Bridges, of course, foresaw.  The solution for the agents was to order CG not to leave his house until Ulbricht was apprehended almost a year later.  CG was confined to his home in fear for his safety day after day. Had the New York-based investigation not located and arrested Ulbricht when it did, CG could have been left to the equivalent of house arrest up to this very day.’

“This type of abuse of a cooperator is absolutely unforgivable. Bridges allowed his greed and deception to endanger the life of a man who was actively striving to assist the Baltimore Silk Road Task Force with its investigation….This type of abuse of a vulnerable cooperator strikes a powerful chord with prosecutors and law enforcement who rely on these types of relationships to solve crimes.  This type of abuse cannot be taken lightly by federal law enforcement or the Court.  Bridges should be sentenced on the basis of his abuse of CG along with his fraudulent and deceitful conduct.”

The rest of the 12 page United States’ Sentencing Memorandum on Shaun Bridges continues to describe the egregious conduct of this former Secret Services Special Agent, who presently sits in prison as punishment for his offences.

The deeper the darkness of Anonymity on the Internet, the more egregious are the crimes which materialize, undermining the safety and protections necessary to maintain a free society.

The illegal activities conducted by Ross Ulbricht done under the cover of the anonymity provided by the dark web browser, TOR, not only included the distribution of dangerous controlled substances, such as heroin or the assassin’s poison cyanide.  But as the Appeals Court decision (footnote 66) describes, he also sold “illegal goods such as counterfeit identification documents and computer hacking tools and services…The specific computer hacking tools available included software for compromising usernames and passwords of electronic accounts, including email and Facebook; Remote Access Tools (“RATS”) that allow hackers to obtain remote access to a victim’s computer, including turning on and using the computer’s webcam; keyloggers, which allow a user to monitor keystrokes inputted by a victim to discern their passwords and other sensitive information; and  Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) tools, which allow hackers to disable websites by flooding networks with malicious Internet traffic.  Silk Road also offered money laundering services through vendors who sold U. S. currency and anonymous debit cards…”.

It is time for internet broadcasts and writings, especially those done in the name of Christ, to provide documentation to back up their conclusions.  Because of the continuous streaming of  false and defamatory conclusions on the internet,  we are in danger of losing the freedom of speech and press privileges which we currently enjoy, if stringent measures are put into place to correct this situation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Rudy Davis and Mike Parsons Eye A New Proselyte for their Line Up of “American Political Prisoners”

…for ye compass sea and land to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him twofold more the child of hell than yourselves.  Matthew 23: 15b

I was listening to a recorded jailhouse phone call from felon Mike Parsons to Rudy Davis published October 6, 2018 at Lonestar 1776 under the caption, Mike Parsons Informs us about Michael Taylor WilsonRudy was preparing to give a speech at a church about his prison ministry, and at the 5.21 mark he explains,  “Let me just quickly say this Mike, the, I think we’re going into like a civil war, you know, issue where you have the state worshippers and the police supporters and you have the people who recognize the state for what it is, which is a tyranny and I got example after example after example that I’m gonna put in my speech…”.

Davis has only 10 minutes to give his speech…so what are the highlights of his prison ministry?

It was the next day, Sunday October 7, 2018, that Rudy Davis visited Fair Park Bible Fellowship Church in Dallas, Texas at the invitation of Senior Pastor Stephen E. Broden, to explain his prison ministry to the congregation.  (A longer sixteen minute version of this speech may be heard on Davis’ Lonestar 1776 You Tube channel, called What is Year of Jubile. com Prison Ministries?)

Although Rudy Davis’ prison ministry uses the Gideon Army motif, here he employs the painting of David cutting off the head of Goliath by Michaelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, to illustrate his prison ministry objectives.

Stephen Broden

In the past, Rudy Davis has referred to Senior Pastor Stephen Broden as his pastor.   Broden’s credentials can be found at this Wikipedia link, but of interest to us is one facet of his life, and that relates back to 2010, when he ran as the Republican candidate for the U. S. House in Texas’ 30th Congressional District.  Although defeated in that election, Broden remains outspoken and advocates “a return to Constitutional principles in government”.  According to the Wikipedia report, in 2010 Stephen Broken had been “accused of saying that the current federal government was tyrannical”, suggesting that “violent overthrow could not be ruled out if there was not a change in leadership….”.  So it appears that Rudy Davis and Senior Pastor Broden share the common belief that our federal government is a tyranny.

Rudy Davis began his testimony at this church saying,  “Peace and blessings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.  Thank you for this time today and a sincere thanks to Pastor Broden who has been an advocate for political prisoners. I encourage you to ask questions and reach out if you want to discuss anything further as my wife and I love to make noise and shine light about the prison industrial complex.  It is what God has called us to do.”  But then Davis launches into the core of his ministry objectives, which at heart, are political rather than Christian, asserting that “In December 2010, LTC Terry Lakin was sent to Fort Leavenworth prison for 6 months for questioning Obama’s eligibility.”

In just four words, Rudy Davis has misrepresented the facts in the Lakin case

According to a December 16, 2010 abcnews.go.com report by Huma Khan, headlined,  ‘Birther’ Dismissed from Army for Refusing Deployment, Sentenced to Six Months in Prison, Lt. Col. Terry Lakin, was sentenced by a military jury for refusing to obey orders.   He was not imprisoned for questioning Obama’s eligibility. The abc.go.com report stated,  “During the trial, the Colorado native acknowledged that he should have followed orders despite his concerns about Obama’s citizenship.”  Huma Khan also explained in this news story that “Prosecutors came down hard on Lakin, saying that he knew what he was doing and had ‘invited and earned’ the sentence.”

Davis continues in his speech, “In May of 2012, prominent speakers all across the nation met here in this church to discuss the eligibility of Obama to be President.  As far as I know, this is the only church in America that was brave enough to hold an event to discuss that topic. Pastor Broden was also a critical voice of support for Dr. Kent Hovind before others jumped on the bandwagon.  Dr. Hovind won his freedom in a federal courtroom in Florida.  Only 2% of federal cases result in victory for the defendant.  Dr. Hovind’s ministry is responsible for many of the signs and posters you see in the hallways in this church debunking the lies of evolution.”

Statistics which ignore the data base from which they are derived

Rudy Davis follows his statement about Hovind winning freedom in a Florida federal court by saying that “only 2% of federal cases result in victory for the defendant” without further explanation. Hovind did not have a victory in a federal courtroom until he was almost done with his original ten-year sentence, and was facing another separate legal issue, which turned in his favor.  The basic reason that statistically few defendants prevail in a federal trial, is that most persons who are charged plead guilty, preferring a plea deal rather than a trial by jury. 

The true orientation of Rudy Davis’s “American political prisoner” ministry 

Rudy Davis claims that he and his wife Erin associate with “prisoners whom the state identifies as domestic terrorists“.  What this means when one examines the prisoners associated with his ministry, is that he has exclusively chosen felons who have adopted a Sovereign Citizen “I am above the law” legal ideology.  Thus Davis’ Year of Jubile/Lonestar 1776 prison ministry is not structured after the normal Independent Fundamental Baptist Church approach to prison ministry which regards the welfare of all prisoners, without partiality.  The average Christian prison ministry visits jails within close proximity to their local church, so that face to face Bible studies and worship services will in fact be offered to ANY incarcerated person, without prejudice.

Rudy Davis’ roster of unrepentant, self-designated “American political” prisoners are scattered across the United States, thus making it highly unlikely that he ever has face to face contact with a prisoner inside prison walls. In the random selection of videos I have watched at his Lonestar1776 YouTube channel,  Rudy Davis is a Yes Man, with a man pleasing, rather than God pleasing demeanor who serves as a personal secretary for his prisoners, recording their phone conversations and putting them on YouTube, and sending and receiving various documents through the mail that affect them.  He does not attempt to correct a prisoner’s slanders, false conclusions or unrepentant attitude,  but joins in with these felons to revile anyone who attempts to address the true evidence in these cases.

Since Davis acknowledges that his ministry is aimed at assisting those whose actions fall under the “domestic terrorism” guidelines of the FBI, it is small wonder that his thousands of videos on YouTube displaying antigovernment rants have resulted in personal visits to his home by the Secret Service and the FBI.  He claims that the IRS has targeted them, as well.

The Sticky Pendulum: Extremism No Matter What

Rudy Davis said in his speech at Broden’s church, “For the majority of my life I had an extremely harsh and extremely stupid view on crime and criminals.  It was not uncommon for me to say, “If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime.”  Or “Lock them up and throw away the key.”  Or “I support our law enforcement NO MATTER WHAT!”  I now repent for those stupid things and pray that God continues to show me the error of my ways.  Our criminal system is satanic and I now see it for what it is.  It is a for-profit business that deals in human trafficking.  Prosecutors are not motivated by truth and justice but they are motivated in advancing their own careers and winning a conviction at all costs.  America has only 5% of the world’s population and 25% of the world’s prison population.”

Without understanding

Apparently Rudy Davis is unable to attempt even a rudimentary analysis of  an organization in an effort to comprehend how and why things work as they do.  Most “problem solvers” such as auditors or investigative reporters, etc., understand that real life problems have many facets: and when things don’t work as they should, the reasons might not be attributable to corruption, greed, ambition, and other self-serving causes. 

By Rudy Davis’s own confession, his mind works like a pendulum stuck in time as first  he believes 100% one way, but when his argument is dislodged, he swings  100% to the other side. That is not the behavior of a thinking, reasonable person who is attempting to sort out evidence and facts.  It is the sign of a dogmatic fool. Such persons often observe that the Bible describes sound doctrine by sorting out truth and falsehood into two distinct and separate categories, and they conclude that they can dispense with the obligation to be an impartial judge when viewing actual human behavior.

Davis continues to offer statistics that are tainted by a prejudicial interpretation.  In Rudy Davis’ attempt to prove that America is a tyranny, he refuses to acknowledge the fact    that other nations, particularly Communist or Fascist style dictatorships,  do not publish trustworthy statistics in regard to their own prison populations. It is a statistical falsehood to compare these different data bases.  I can recall that when I was young, that Soviet Union propaganda declared that they had no crime whatsoever! So how reliable are their statistics?

Rudy Davis explains, “That is why we built our website YearofJubile.com to gather the real facts about these prisoners so people can know the truth. Jack Ryan, a FBI special agent, stated on camera that the primary function of the FBI is to stop political dissent.  Erin and I have seen a pattern that they are targeting Christian dissidents for torture and death by prison.  We don’t have time today to cover the many horrific prison abuse stories we hear about inside these death camps.  Isaiah 59:14 says, And judgment is turned away backward, and justice standeth afar off:  for truth is fallen in the street, and equity cannot enter.”

So who is it that actually is guilty of turning judgment backward?  Let’s take a look at Mike Parsons and Rudy Davis as they consider a potential proselyte for their “domestic terrorist”, oops, “American political prisoner” ministry.

The October 6, 2018  Lonestar 1776 YouTube video, Mike Parsons Informs us about Michael Taylor Wilson, moves from a discussion of Rudy Davis’ speech on his ministry objectives to a felon named Taylor Michael Wilson who had been accused of a serious criminal incident on an Amtrak passenger train. Davis has posted the name incorrectly on his Lonestar 1776 channel, even after he claimed he saw numerous articles written on the internet about Wilson’s illegal stopping of an Amtrak train.

An October 5, 2018 article by Lori Pilger of the Lincoln Journal Star summarized the facts of the Wilson criminal sentencing in her headline: Prosecutor:  Missouri man who stopped Amtrak Train in Nebraska ‘presents a very real and present danger’. In addition to the primary criminal act,  Assistant U. S. Attorney Lesly Woods is quoted as telling the judge during the Taylor Michael Wilson sentencing hearing, that “An attack on African-Americans is an attack on Americans, period.”  This remark was in reference to Wilson’s argumentative behavior towards a black passenger on October 21, 2017, a day before “breaking into a secured compartment of the train where an engine was located, disabling it and trying to pull a gun from his waistband as a black conductor wrestled him to the ground.”  The effect on fellow train riders was that “some of the passengers panicked in the dark, trying to break out windows in fear after learning the train had been breached.”

During the LoneStar1776 video we are considering, Rudy goes into a rant about how cops are never held accountable.  So Mike Parsons chimes in at the 6.04 mark, saying, “Right, it’s rare that you’ll ever have a grand jury indict a cop and that’s by design because they’re just doing their job, and you know they had on the news today that this guy that was riding a train, oh, I can’t remember the guy’s name now, I don’t have his information right in front of me, but he’s just sentenced in federal prison to 14 years.  That’s, that’s insane.”

“What this guy’s accused of doing is they have claimed, they accused him of trying to derail a train.  He’s a paid passenger, okay, he’s visiting relatives, he’s got a weapons permit, he legally has a gun that he carries with a weapons permit, he’s lives in Missouri, going from California back to Missouri–is an emergency situation, otherwise he wouldn’t be riding a train.  And so he’s wandering around this train because it takes a long time as anybody who’s ever rode a train knows, so he walks in from one car into another.  Well this last car he walks into turns out to be an engine.”

“There’s a bunch of engines attached to this train and this one is unlocked.  Well, that’s not his fault that the door’s unlocked.  He didn’t jimmy and pry, rig it, didn’t do anything to be able to breach security.  He just walked in and there he said they’re looking at this engine compartment and like most young men nowadays, they, you know, have the mind of a 14-year-old when they’re looking at such as that and so he’s checking it out like you know any 14-year-old might be enthused about trains and trucks and airplanes and stuff.  He’s looking at it and he bumps into this lever which turns out to be a brake that slows the train down.  So they stopped the train and they go and they arrest him and they put him off the train.”

“Well, the guy hasn’t done anything illegal.  He’s been doing what he would normally do, which is walk around a train.  If they not had the door unlocked, then he wouldn’t have been in there so that’s their mistake.  But they come and put this crime because Monte Czaplewski, FBI special agent in charge of Grand Island, Nebraska in middle of nowhere America who’s trained in you know looking for terrorists, so behind every cornstalk is a terrorist.”

Rudy Davis:  “Yes.”

Mike Parsons:  “And it’s just a matter of finding them, so he creates terrorists.”

Rudy Davis:  “Amen. Amen.  That’s exactly right.”

Mike Parsons:  “He creates a crime.  Then he solves a crime so he accuses this guy of, well they arrest him, they released him on a bond, and before he can get back to his home, the FBI has gone through all his stuff and they find a business card for some I guess, there’s a company that advertises preparedness stuff, but they were also involved in sponsoring, I guess, some type of white nationalist rally or something like that.”

“Well he had nothing to do with that-he just, you know, shops on the internet so he goes to these various sites where they sell survival gear, you know, various things.  And all of a sudden, all of a sudden this guy’s accused of some kind of a masterminding some plot to derail the train because he is a white nationalist and he supposedly hates black people.  Well, funny thing there were only 2 black people on this whole train of 150 something so you know, it wasn’t exactly the Soul Train.”

October 9, 2018 Huffington Post article titled, “Neo-Nazi Convicted of Domestic Terrorism Was Among ‘Very Fine People’ At Unite the Right”

Rudy Davis:  “How old is this guy?  How old is this guy?”

Mike Parsons:  “Like 25.”

Rudy Davis:  “Wow.  Wow. 14 years-that’s upsetting.”

Mike Parsons:  “I’ve met the guy for three hours.  I sat there and listened to this guy and heard the whole story and he’s not into nothing.  He’s just a guy who’s traveling across country and they’re trying to make him out to be some huge villain.  Well now he’s sentenced to 14 years in the federal prison which means doing 85% of that-what? 12 years?”

Rudy Davis:  “Oh my God…yeah.”

Mike Parsons:  “This is destroying this young man’s life.”

Rudy DavisThis sounds like another candidate for our website, Man!”   (10.16)

Some testimony from the Criminal Complaint Affidavit filed by Special Agent Czapleski

Taylor Michael Wilson’s criminal case # 4:18-cr-03005-JMG-crz-1 in the U. S. District Court, District of Nebraska (4 Lincoln) was filed on January 17, 2018 and terminated on October 9, 2018.  Because of a plea deal, Wilson plead guilty to count 1 involving 18:1992(a), (10) and (b)(1) Terrorism Attacks and Other Violence Against Railroad Carriers and Against Mass Transportation Systems and count 2 was dismissed. The result is that Wilson was committed to the custody of the Bureau of Prisons for 168 months…and later will be given 5 years supervised release, and will owe a $100 Special Assessment, and $9,350 in restitution.

Monte R. Czaplewski, Special Agent, FBI investigated this case and provided an affidavit dated December 22, 2017, in support of a Criminal Complaint and Arrest Warrant for Taylor Michael Wilson, age 26, who lived in St. Charles, Missouri.

As Background, the FBI report  stated in part, that on Monday October 23, 2017, FBI Omaha received a report that the day prior at about 2 AM, that the Furnas County, Nebraska Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) in Beaver City, Nebraska received a 911 call from an Amtrak Conductor. “An Amtrak train traveling through Furnas County near Oxford, Nebraska, was delayed by a passenger who breached a secure area of the train and triggered an emergency stop control panel, applying the emergency brakes and causing the train to stop in an expedited (emergency) fashion.”

The train engineer and other Amtrak personnel detained the passenger outside the train for about an hour, waiting for the closest Deputy from FSCO to arrive on the scene.  The deputy located a fully loaded speedloader with .38 bullets  and a fully loaded 38 caliber handgun in Wilson’s front waistband.  Passengers on the train identified a backpack belonging to Wilson which contained three additional loaded speed loaders, a box of .38 ammunition, a hammer, a fixed blade knife, tin snips, scissors, a tape measure and a respirator-style mask.

Upon booking at the FSCO 2 business cards were found; one for the National Socialist Movement in Detroit, Michigan, and the other for the Covenant Nation Church in Alabama.  William Davidson of this latter group was later interviewed by the FBI and he explained that his church is a “Christian Identity” church which believe that “White people are part of the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel”.

When interviewed, Wilson’s parents stated that their son had been on “a trip to California to attend a college visit on October 17, 2017, but the meeting was postponed due to California wildfires.”  Wilson was traveling with his cousin who shares a single family dwelling with him which is in the name of Wilson’s parents, although initially the parents claimed to the FBI that they did not know his exact address.  Wilson had been released on bond  December 11, 2017.

During the train incident with Taylor Michael Wilson, the Conductor on duty stated he and others “located Wilson at the controls of the engine.”  Wilson was “lucid then would start saying crazy things about going to the moon.”  The FBI interview of the Conductor stated that after Wilson was removed from the engineer’s chair, Wilson continually repeated, “What are you going to do, shoot me?” and after he was subdued goaded the Amtrak staff with “I’m the conductor, bitch”.

Wilson’s cousin told the FBI that Wilson had shown him between twenty and twenty-five guns that he owns, including an AK47, AR-15’s and an M-4 rifle and approximately ten rifles and ten handguns, at his residence.

On December 13, 2017 FBI St. Louis obtained a Federal Search Warrant from the Eastern District of Missouri for Wilson’s residence.  Agents located a hidden compartment behind the refrigerator which was camouflaged to hide “a tactical vest, 11 AR-15’s (rifle), ammunition magazines with approximately 190 rounds of .223 ammunition, one drum-style ammunition magazine for a rifle, firearms tactical accessories (lights), 100 rounds of 9 mm ammunition, approximately 840 rounds of 5.45×39 rifle ammunition, white supremacy documents and paperwork, several additional handgun and rifle magazines, gunpowder, ammunition reloading supplies, and a pressure plate5.  This pressure plate5 was examined by Bomb Technicians who said that a pressure plate is a common device used in the construction of Improvised Explosive Devices (IED’s).  Two of the firearms included a fully automatic rifle and a CZ Scorpion Evo3 converted to a short rifle, which were possible violations of federal firearms laws.

The FBI affidavit noted that during the execution of the search warrant, Wilson’s father had  arrived, and when it became evident that he knew of both the existence and location of his son’s firearms, the father consulted with his attorney, and later that afternoon provided agents with the firearms.

Several controversial publications were found on Wilson’s phone; however, I would like to note that one of them called 100 Deadly Skills, was a series of individual PDF files, “each with a skill related to killing people”.

Is Rudy Davis’ prison ministry conducted in accordance with the Scriptures?

I Timothy 5:20-22 says, Them that sin rebuke before all, that others also may fear.  I charge thee before the Lord Jesus Christ, and the elect angels, that thou observe these things without preferring one before another, doing nothing by partiality.  Lay hands suddenly on no man, neither be partaker of other men’s sins:  keep thyself pure.

We have already noted how Rudy and Erin Davis’s prison ministry differs from the average Christian ministry. The Davis’ are anti-government and have stated that they hate the FBI and want it abolished. There is no empathy for those victimized by lawbreakers. One of the very odd aspects of Rudy Davis is that while claiming to have Pastor Broden as his pastor, at the same time he desires to gain a new proselyte to his prison ministry, who is a White Nationalist who participated in a Unite the Right violent protest.

Huffington Post reporter, Andy Campbell wrote in his October 9, 2018 article, Neo-Nazi Convicted of Domestic Terrorism Was Among ‘Very Fine People’ At Unite the Right,  U.S. District Judge Gerrard told Wilson at his sentencing on Friday, that “ You now have a choice to make.  You can either renounce the white supremacist nonsense that you’ve been fed and go back to the way you were raised as a young man. Or you can coddle up to plenty of other white nationalists that you will find incarcerated.”

Perhaps Rudy Davis ought to reconsider his own choices, as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LoneStar 1776: The Meet and Greet Club for THE OXYMORONS

But unto the wicked God saith, what hast thou to do to declare my statues, or that thou shouldest take my covenant in thy mouth?  Seeing thou hatest instruction, and casteth my words behind thee.  When thou sawest a thief, then thou consentedst with him…Psalm 50:16-18a

I suppose I should begin this post with this: I DO NOT CONSENT to recorded prison phone calls that refer to me as THAT WOMAN or DEMENTED. It seems that those people who I have referred to as Sovereign Citizens hate being called Sovereign Citizens, pointing out that the phrase is a contradiction in terms. True, very true.  So out of respect, in this article I shall refer to Sovereign Citizens as The Oxymorons.

On July 16, 2018, LoneStar1776 published a video called Mike Parsons (unsentenced) Call From Nebraska Prison. At the 5.04 mark, Mike Parson says, “…We the People won and the Constitution declares that we are the sovereigns, yes, that means ultimate authority, that’s all that means.  The Creator is the Sovereign.  God is sovereign over that which he created and so are we.  Well guess what? You can’t create a government regulation over somebody else without their consent.  That’s why it’s called consent of the governed, and the concept that people are innocent till proven guilty is totally beyond the scope of these morons that we’re dealing with.”

In reading the above words of Mike Parsons, it must be remembered that court documents reflect that Parsons had declared that he is NOT a citizen of the United States of America, and our laws do not pertain to him.  But now he is making a statement in this recent prison phone call as if he is part of the We The People of this great nation.

Just prior to this statement, Mike Parsons had also declared that he is a Christian.  So how is it that he has overlooked this passage in I Timothy 1:5-9a which contradicts his entire philosophy?  It reads,  Now the end of the commandment is charity out of a pure heart, and of a good conscience, and of faith unfeigned:  From which some having swerved have turned aside unto vain jangling:  desiring to be teachers of the law:  understanding neither what they say, nor whereof they affirm.  But we know that the law is good, if a man use it lawfully;  Knowing this, that the law is not made for a righteous man, but for the lawless and disobedient…”.

God ordained government and ministers of the law to protect the righteous from criminal behaviors. While criminals are in theory part of We the People, such persons will never consent to any law which prohibits their lawless behavior.  Thus we get the Sovereign Citizen Rhetoric of The Oxymorons; those vain janglers, “desiring to be teachers of the law, but understand neither what they say nor whereof they affirm”.

LoneStar 1776 is the Meet and Greet Club of The Oxymorons, with Rudy and Erin Davis as the host and hostess.

So let’s look at one of Lonestar 1776’s Mukbang videos which explains the scope of their prison ministry.

Erin rings a glass dinner bell to announce the beginning of her eating a large amount of leftovers in front of her audience.

On July 6, 2018,  Lonestar 1776 published a video called MUKBANG Friday with Erin and Rudy.  According to Wikipedia, Mukbang is “an online audiovisual broadcast in which a host eats large amounts of foods while interacting with their audience”. This Korean fad has created several wealthy broadcasters including BJ the Diva and BJ Fitness Fairy, so I must assume that Erin and Rudy Davis have adopted their celebrations of Gluttony, (one of Dante’s seven deadly sins), for similar reasons.  In this particular video, Erin shows off their Fourth of July leftovers, which they intend to consume.  Let’s pick up the dialogue at the 7.21 mark:

Rudy Davis: … when Dennis Hicks calls, I need to like set an expectation right up front of what we’re about because he may not understand like what we’re about. [see article here explaining that Dennis Hicks is a convicted murderer in both Mississippi and Alabama].

Erin Davis:  He read your letter.

Rudy:  He hasn’t seen the latest one though.

Erin:  That’s a really good letter.  You should tell everybody about that letter.  Do you? already?

Rudy:  Well, it introduces new prisoners to our prison ministry because a lot of them think, they don’t know what to think, right, if we’re not associated with the legal aspect of things.  We’re not associated with fundraising.  We just simply give them a voice to tell their story and people will make up their own mind.  If at any point, I think the prisoner is lying to me or that I think he’s guilty…

Erin:  Bye-bye.

Rudy:  … then I’ll drop him like a hot potato.

Erin: You mean guilty of the charge?

Rudy:  Yeah, if he’s saying that he’s innocent, but (overtalk) I think that he’s claiming that he is innocent but I believe that he’s guilty, that beyond a reasonable doubt, I will drop him.  There’s no point in me, like you know cuz he’s lying to me, right?  Now if he’s guilty, for instance we got one guy named Gator, I think he goes by the name Richard, right, he’s Richard Franklin, but he goes by the name Gator.  He just said, “I’m guilty of everything you know, but I’ve learned about Jesus Christ and my life has changed” so he don’t claim he’s innocent right, so I can, I can deal with him.

Erin:  As long as they’re honest.

Rudy: Yeah, but if somebody’s telling me they’re innocent and I believe that they’re lying about it, you know, I can’t, but anyway,  um I don’t know about Dennis Hicks.  You know, I don’t know that much about his case. [After this Mukbang video, Lonestar 1776 has uploaded 9 videos on behalf of Hicks, whose most recent murder conviction involved a heinous killing of a mentally challenged young man whom he met at a church.]

Erin:  I don’t either.

Rudy:  I think though that what I can say for sure is nobody in the American judicial systems today gets a fair trial.  NOBODY.

Erin:  I agree.

Rudy:  It’s terrible everywhere so,  it’s very possible there are innocent people on Alabama death row, that would not surprise me.

Erin: So many people have such faith still in the judicial system to work its way out even if it takes a long, long time with appeals and stuff.

Rudy:  No, I don’t have faith in the judicial.  Once you get caught and entrapped in a cage, you have no option right but to learn their system and try to work in it because once you’re in a cage you gotta know what else are you gonna do?

Erin:  If you want to go pro se, you can’t even mount a defense from…

Rudy:  You know, they’ll beat you and pepper spray you and throw you in the hole which they did to Omar and so they mess your mind up before you go represent yourself pro se, but if you’re on the outside you don’t have any need to learn their stupid Satanic system, right, so I’m not gonna learn it cuz I’m not in jail, but if I was in jail,  I mean I just don’t plan on ever going to jail. (laughter) (10.04)

In this 16.41 video, Rudy Davis has presented the proposition that if he believes a convicted criminal is innocent, that prisoner IS innocent, despite what the record states regarding the forensic evidence, witness and victim statements, law enforcement records, judge determinations, jury findings and the convicted criminal’s own words. Rudy and Erin Davis hold to an extreme anti-government viewpoint; by which they support  their biased conclusions using the lies told by incarcerated liars. This is a primary cause why they are so displeased with the YouTube channel, Frater I*I which presents official evidence from the criminal court cases.

Here is a Government Motion in a Case which highlights the politicizing efforts of Lonestar 1776

Interestingly, about the same time that this video was made, Document 455 was filed on July 5, 2018 in the United States District Court District of Nevada in United States of America vs. Omar Qazi.  Omar Qazi is one of Lonestar 1776‘s so called American political  prisoners.  This 12 page document is entitled Government’s Motion in Limine to Preclude (1) Argument, Voir Dire, and/or Evidence about Unrelated Criminal Cases; and (2) Disparagement of the Judiciary or Criminal Justice System. Robert Baty provided a link to Document 455 to his Facebook group, Kent Hovind’s Worst Nightmare, or you may read it here: Rudy Davis Omar Qazi Motion 07052018

In considering the case of Omar Qazi, one must keep one fact foremost in mind.  Qazi has a one-count indictment against him; that of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm in violation of 18 U.S.C. section 922(g).  This is not a complicated case as his DNA was found on the firearm in question, and he has been recorded as confessing his guilt.

However, after becoming incarcerated in Nevada in 2012 for Battery Causing Substantial Harm, Omar Qazi displayed a growing interest with the concept of the “American political prisoner” as promoted by pro Cliven Bundy supporters, and the prison ministry of Rudy and Erin Davis.   Omar Qazi may possibly discover at some future time that attempting to become a cause celebre, will in the end be detrimental to his case.

The word limine, meaning threshhold, is a Motion done at the beginning of a trial to ask the Judge to rule that certain “evidence” not be introduced in the trial.  Because Qazi portrays “himself as some sort of political prisoner or martyr of the criminal justice system and the judiciary” he desires to politicize his trial. The Limine Motion transcribes an audio of a conversation between Rudy Davis and Omar Qazi which had been published on the Lonestar 1776 YouTube channel.  The Plaintiff is concerned that Qazi will complicate what is a simple indictment by possibly  attempting to enter irrelevant and unfairly prejudicial evidence that would suggest a decision on an improper basis. To understand the Government’s complete argument, please read Document 455 in full, which is linked above.

Document 455 quotes Rudy Davis on page 6, “…I don’t want to advocate any violence, I’m not, but I’m just saying we need to be out in the street protesting to the point where they can’t ignore us anymore.”  On Page 7, Rudy (Lonestar 1776) is quoted as saying, “Yeah, these judicial folks are just evil to the core, the prosecutors and the judges, it’s like a conviction factory.  It’s not even like a fair trial before a jury of your peers at all, the fact that they’ve held you for 41 months is just insanity.  I, I mean hell, hellfire and damnation are the reward for these evil bastards who are doing this, Omar, I mean, you know, I don’t know what we can do at this point except pray to God, I don’t-other than just expose them and pray to God that’s what I’m doing.”

The Error of Thinking that God has Consented to the illegality of the Oxymorons

Psalm 50, which was quoted in part at the beginning of this article, discusses those  who use God’s name, yet cast his words aside, and end up consenting with thieves.  Parsons emphasizes over and over his concept of CONSENT versus NON-CONSENT with regard to laws and regulations in the realm of temporal government, as well as those laws which emanate from the heavenly throne.  And Lonestar 1776 keeps right on approving unfounded stories and illogical arguments which contradict a multitude of evidence.

However, Psalm 50: 21 drives home this point:  These things hast thou done, and I kept silence; thou thoughtest that I was altogether such an one as thyself:  but I will reprove thee, and set them in order before thine eyes. This is a declaration that a correction will occur that will not be hidden, but in plain sight of all. Perhaps Lonestar 1776 should not be fretting so much over the minor exposures which this blog or Frater I*I have provided for the public good, as there are deeper and wider issues of the Oxymoron movement which shall be revealed by a higher authority.

 

 

Sovereign Citizen Mike Parsons Demonstrates How Not To Make A Citizen Arrest

The previous Tracking the Leopard Meroz article ended with the YouTube channel Virgo Triad having an international arrest warrant issued against her for attempted murder for the crime of identifying as a “sovereign citizen”,  sovereign citizen John Harold Fulks, the self-appointed Governor of the United States of America. After the FBI decided to consider Fulk’s illegal arrest warrant as a call for a hit against the life of Virgo Triad, Fulks published a June 19, 2018 notice at reign of the heavens.com declaring that the Virgo Triad case had been transferred to their Human Rights Tribunal (HRT), thus  suspending the arrest warrant. By this new action, the penalty for each HRT violation is a $750,000 fine.

The original arrest warrant had included instructions  that “any and all are hereby authorized to detain, incarcerate, and in the case of violent resistance, use deadly force against proclaimed and verified owner and operator Virgo Triad”. Now that this warrant has been suspended, we can breathe a sigh of relief that it has been replaced by a more humanitarian extortionist demand.

Today’s post is going to explore what a sovereign-citizen-style Citizen’s Arrest looks like in real life. But first, whenever we observe persons involved in this ideology, it must be remembered that many are separate and distinct from each other, and operate under their own “legal” entities which grant them “governing” authority. The subject of today’s article, Michael Wayne Parsons, claims to be an ambassador and associate chief justice of the T’shilhqot’n nation, a dubious entity which is not legally recognized by the United States.

At mikeparsons.org, his About page describes him as follows: 

As we shall see, below the surface of an impressive sounding resume, Parsons’ sovereign citizen style situation ethics landed him in great trouble, where today he sits incarcerated in a Nebraska prison. There are a number of criminal court documents involving the arrest and conviction of Michael Wayne Parsons in the matter which we are going to review.  However, for expediency, I will be relying on Michael Parsons’ appeal of the ruling of Judge Joseph H. Walker, which can be read at this link:  Court of Criminal Appeals of Tennessee at Jackson Case No. W2019-02073-CCA-R3-CD filed 12/15/2011.

According to the appeals document, Michael W. Parsons was “indicted on July 7, 2008, with two counts of aggravated kidnapping, two counts of aggravated assault committed knowingly, one count of burglary of a vehicle, and two counts of theft under $500.”  After a jury trial where Parsons represented himself with the assistance of elbow counsel, he was convicted of two counts of aggravated assault, one count of burglary of a vehicle, and two counts of theft under $500. On appeal, Parsons claimed 5 errors; however, after review, the court held “that the defendant is entitled to no relief” and the trial court’s judgments were affirmed.

Michael Parsons had been raising wolf-hybrids, but on September 24, 2007,  several had escaped through a fence, running over to the neighboring property where Barry Laxton was mowing the yard. Laxton got his .22 rifle and fired into the air to scare the wolf-hybrids away. This was successful, except that one lone animal charged him, and he shot it. During this time, Michael Parsons and his wife, Pat Parsons were out looking for their animals.  The wolf-hybrid which had been shot ran to the defendant and died. In the meantime, Barry Laxton had joined Nick King, who was working on another yard.

In the Appeals document which I have linked to above, on page 2, under Factual and Procedural Background, the core of our Citizen Arrest story is described as follows:

The Defendant accosted Laxton and King, pointed his handgun at them, and told them he was making a citizen’s arrest.  At this point, the Defendant was no longer on his own property.  The Defendant wore an audio-recording device that recorded the encounter. The recording was played for the jury and transcribed. The encounter lasted about four minutes.

At the beginning, the Defendant demands, “Where’s my other dogs?”  King responds, “put the gun down.”  The Defendant asks, “Where’s your gun at?  Drop your gun.”  King replies, “It’s a gun in-” and the Defendant states, “Drop your gun.  Turn around. Turn around.  On the ground. On the ground.”  King again says, “Put your gun down.”  The Defendant then says, “You’re under arrest.  On the ground. I’ll shoot you.” King says again, “Put your gun down.”  The Defendant says, “On the ground. You, too, on the ground now, or you will be shot.  Five, four, three.” 

Laxton says something indiscernible, and the conversation continues in the same vein with the Defendant insisting that the men are under arrest and King repeatedly telling the Defendant to put his gun down.  At one point, the Defendant says, “If you grab that gun, I’m going to shoot.”  The defendant also tells the men to get away from the truck, to “[t]urn around, to [f]ace down,” and to “[l]ay down.”  King calls 911 and tells the dispatcher that he needs assistance because he is “being held at gunpoint”.  The Defendant orders King to [t]ell  them Mark Parsons has a citizen’s arrest on these two.”…

The Defendant again asserts that they are under arrest.

Some years later, Michael Parsons had his parole revoked under warrant No. 14-CR-314 where he was heard in the General Sessions Court of Tennessee for the 25th Judicial Circuit at Covington on February 11, 2016.  He had been charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.

KRVN.com published an article on May 1, 2017, Indictments Unsealed Against Arapahoe Man & Tennessee Man Charging Felon in possession of a firearm and misprision of felony. It mentions that Michael Wayne Parsons, age 55 of Arlington, Tennessee, is charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm.  Specifically, it alleges Parsons, after conviction of the felony offense of aggravated assault on November 23, 2009, in the Circuit Court of Tipton County, Tennessee was located in Nebraska on January 11, 2017, while in possession of a Rock River 5.56 LAR-15 assault rifle and 637 rounds of ammunition.  The charge carries a possible penalty of up to 10 years’ imprisonment, a $250,000 fine or both.”

While possession of a firearm by a felon is serious, the above article features another incident involving Mike Parsons and his friend, Sue Holland, and others who had concocted a plot to break Parsons out of prison and arrest and kidnap the sheriff of Furnas County and the presiding judge in Tipton County, Tennessee. This is summarized by the U. S. Attorney’s Office in the May 1, 2017 KRVN article, as seen below:

Indictments Unsealed KRVN 5/1/2017 article by U. S. Attorney’s Office

The Appeals document linked in the beginning of this article is 48 pages long, and if one is not familiar with the sovereign citizen mindset when it comes to legal proceedings, the summary of Michael Parsons’ dealings with the court in this particular case is insightful as a predictor of later events.

Rudy and Erin Davis of the Lonestar1776 YouTube channel, which is a feature of their prison ministry, have taken up the cause of Mike Parsons.  Rudy Davis has been referenced before in this blog, in connection to Kent Hovind’s tax protester problems for which he was previously incarcerated for nine years, as well as other jailed sovereign citizens and their causes.  I use the word causes rather than cases, for the Lonestar 1776 channel is known for promoting a highly slanted view of the facts.Before anyone experiences a wave of sympathy sweeping over them for Mike Parsons’ plight, on page 47 of the Appeals document linked to earlier in this post, we are reminded of several factors:  “the Defendant’s refusal to recognize that his actions were wrong”, “his persistent and unrelenting attempts to blame others for his conduct”, “Defendant took it upon himself to accost Laxton and King – a completely innocent bystander-with a loaded gun, point the weapon at them, and threaten to shoot them.”, “the circumstances of the offense were ‘particularly troublesome’ where defendant held a gun six inches from victim’s head”, and “prior troubles with his neighbors due to previous escapes of his wolf-hybrids, as well as his willingness to file questionable legal proceedings against persons he deems to have wronged him in some way”….

On June 27, 2018, Lonestar 1776 published an audio called Mike Parsons (unsentenced) Call from Nebraska Prison. Erin Davis received a phone call from the Douglas County jail, giving the usual prison warning, this call is from a corrections facility and is subject to monitoring, recording, and a location of your phone will be obtained.

Ironically, Mike Parsons’ first words are “I don’t consent to recording of my call”. This, coming from a guy who had recorded his citizen’s arrest, which when the audio was presented to a jury, they found that it had preserved convincing evidence of Parsons’ guilt in that incident.  Erin ignores Mike’s I do not consent statement, and proceeds to not only record his phone call, but publish it on YouTube!

The first words from Erin mention one of Parsons’ latest bug-a-boos; the Youtube channel called Frater I*I, which recently began to post audios from Mike Parson’s trial testimony, along with other sovereign citizen expose style documentation.

At the 1.10 mark of the June 27, 2018 audio, Mike Parsons says, “Well, I got some information from across the water and it was a reference to a YouTube video that’s he’s got on there that’s got a photo of me; it looks like it was taken at the CCA in Kansas-Leavenworth and so obviously if this guy’s got contacts like that he must be tied in with US Marshall Service.  He’s either with the US Marshall’s or with the US Attorney.  That’s the only sources that would have that-you don’t get people’s intake photos from you know for their ID’s unless you’re tied in with those companies and the only people on the outside, it would be with the US Marshall and US Attorney, that’s it.”

“So this guy is a government troll; he’s on the payroll no matter what anybody thinks or says and something about, he’s got  website about Kent Hovind’s Worst Nightmare or something, so this is apparently if it’s that guy that’s name you referenced unless that’s just another screen name.  You know these guys are masters of lies and deception; their whole, whole opera..operation is nothing but a lie.  It’s lies built upon lies, they’re masters of the art of deception and lies.”

“That’s what Satan is, the master of deception but anyway, uh yeah this is not just some flake and sitting in a basement down there twiddling his thumbs doing internet searches, this guy’s on the payroll and it’s all about destroying someone’s character because when you can’t defeat them legally, legitimately, you have to destroy their character and hope that people out there pick up on this stuff and all he’s doing is parodies what he’s been told by other people.”

“The guy is totally ignorant of everything.  I mean the reference that he makes totally ignorant and he claims that he’s got copies of the audios of the phone recording so well the only way he could have gotten that is from the US Attorney, US Marshall or the Sheriff’s Department and I guarantee you the Sheriff’s Department is not putting that stuff out there because they could be sued.  I guarantee it’s the US Marshall, the US Attorney.”

“The US Attorney is, I believe basically trying to you know of course US Marshall works for the US Attorney, so they’re conspira..conspiring to basically destroy my character or try to, of course people that don’t that read this stuff, it sounds good and unless you do a little bit of homework and you realize, Oh another country does have the right to have their own court, they do have the right to issue warrants for the arrest when thy get an indictment and they do have the right to contact fugitive recovery agencies to that, that country’s law enforcement to arrest those people irrespective of what they believe.  Judges are not immune…”(4.10)

Tracking the Leopard Meroz commentParsons is complaining that the YouTube channel Frater I*I has used a photo of him that is not publicly available, and therefore he concludes that the owner of this channel is receiving a paycheck from the government as a troll associated with the US Marshall/US Attorney departments. However, I found the same photo in an article dated May 1, 2017 posted by krvn.com, with a US Attorney’s Office byline,  and the photo of Mike Parsons was a courtesy of the Furnas County Sheriff’s Office. 

krvn.com May 1, 2017 article “Indictments Unsealed Against Arapahoe Man & Tennessee Man Charging Felon in possession of a firearm and misprision of felony” by U. S. Attorney’s Office

What bothers me about the Rudy and Erin Davis prison ministry is that they do not attempt to provide a prisoner, such as Mike Parsons, who has limited access to the outside world, with accurate information. Parsons is going on about his photo, and surmising falsely about who has access to it, and this is feeding into his paranoia.  The YouTube channel Frater I*I is well within his rights to publish this photo which is in the public domain, and also to provide audio clips which can be obtained through PACER on court cases.

Parsons has accused Robert Baty, the founder of the Facebook group Kent Hovind’s Worst Nightmare, of being Frater I*I.  I have read some of the comments by Frater who claims he was in the US Marines some 20 years ago, which Robert Baty never was.  Baty is a retired IRS Appeals Officer, and his internet comments from years back can be read in multiple locations. Baty’s speech patterns are very distinguishable and do not match the style of Frater I*I.

Mike Parsons refers to arrest warrants  “from another country”.  By this he means to justify his false credentials granted by the fabled T’shilhqot’n nation, of which he claims he is an ambassador (diplomatic immunity) and associate chief justice who can legally issue arrest warrants. What justification is there for plotting to kidnap a law enforcement officer and a judge?   Rudy and Erin Davis, who as Christians are held to a high standard, are complicit in his imaginings because it appears they make no attempt to correct Parsons’ misconceptions and false reasoning in regard to others.  When Parsons speaks of others as the masters of deception and ignores his own lies and false reasoning, he not only does not have a case, he does not have a cause.

The very next day, on June 28, 2018, Lonestar 1776 published another phone call from inmate Mike Parsons.  This time it is Rudy Davis who answers the phone and at the 1.20 mark, he says to Parsons, “the other thing is I don’t know what to call him, I don’t even, I hate bringing it even up, this traitor, yeah, OK, I hate bringing up his name, but he’s asking if he can take the last two calls where you discuss him and you, I, I, have one call where it says “Mike Parsons tells Frater off”.  He wants to put that on his channel and I said that’s a decision that you will have to make; that’s not a decision I will make.”

Mike Parsons: (1.42)  “No, I don’t authorize a sociopath to do anything with any of my images or voice.  I’m warning him to immediately remove his channel that has a photograph of me that was inadvertently taken by somebody at a detention facility.  I did not consent to that, I do not consent to him posting it publicly and I demand that you remove it immediately from the internet, delete it from his files and forget he ever heard my name.”

Rudy Davis then informs Parsons that he has screenshotted frater I*I‘ YouTube channel for the record.

For the record, who is probably the largest provider of audio recordings of Mike Parsons on the internet, besides the ones which are found in the public court records?  How about Lonestar 1776, which publishes recordings of Mike Parsons, despite the fact that he does not consent to having his voice recorded. Mr. Parsons, let your speculative talents run wild on that one.