Exclusive: Fitzpatrick: April 20, 2010 Was a False Flag Operation pb
Posted By Sharon Rondeau On Thursday, December 20, 2012 @ 4:13 PM In National | No Comments
IS THE OBAMA REGIME WORKING TO CONFISCATE AMERICA’S FIREARMS?
by Sharon Rondeau
The Monroe County courthouse was the location of a massive deployment of local, county, state and federal law enforcement officers on April 20, 2010 despite no reports of attempted violence or violations of the law on the part of citizens.
(Dec. 20, 2012) — Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, who has been exposing corruption in Tennessee’s Tenth Judicial District of Tennessee for than three years, has reported that “the events that took place on the 20 April 2010 were, without any question, a false flag event.”
Fitzpatrick was referring to the large law enforcement presence in the small town of Madisonville located in Monroe County, TN, where an arraignment hearing was held for him on April 20, 2010 after he performed a citizen’s arrest on the acting grand jury foreman on April 1, 2010which resulted in his own arrest.
An affidavit from FBI Special Agent Mark van Balen contended that “several individuals” were armed in Madisonville that day, but not one has ever been identified or arrested other than Darren Wesley Huff, who was arrested ten days after the hearing on two federal firearms charges based on an obscure law from the 1960s which had never been prosecuted. The U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee has issued false claims that Huff had been intending to issue “citizens arrest warrants” on April 20, including for Obama. Fitzpatrick has stated that the hearing had been expected to last “five minutes” and that there was no coordination or plan to “take over” anything. “President Obama” was neither a topic nor concern for that hearing, and Huff had told The Post & Email in an interview in 2010 that Obama “was not my issue.”