Terrorist H. Michael Sweeney’s RAP Sheet
OK, it’s true. There are at least a half-dozen ways the government can ‘claim’ I’m a terrorist. YOU TOO, for that matter. But I have a Record of Arrest and Prosecution ‘sheet’ to illustrate one of the ways I am definitely a terrorist to someone, including people that think I’m merely a conspiracy theorist. I am not ‘mere,’ at anything I do…
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What makes you a terrorist when you live in a Police State?
Simple answer: anything you do. There have been so many Constituion trampling Acts of Congress and Executive Orders, all so vaguely worded as to allow the broadest of interpretations, that it is almost just that easy for someone in government to label YOU (and certainly me) a terrorist. That can have very unfortunate consequences, depending on who labels you, why, and what they do about it. You can end up on the no fly list, or some kind of watch list, or even be vanished forever by Men in Black whisking you off in a black van.
One such example is, that being a conspiracy theorist automatically makes you a terrorist according to FBI. That’s bluntly stated, but true, as an article at Public Intelligence illustrates: “A flyer from a series created by the FBI and Department of Justice to promote suspicious activity reporting states that espousing conspiracy theories or anti-US rhetoric should be considered a potential indicator of terrorist activity. ” The flyer, linked in the article, specifically includes 9-11 Truthers (that’s about 1/3 of the U.S. population).
OK; I’m a conspiracy theorist, or if you prefer, a Conspiracy Terrorist. But I am no ordinary ‘theorist,’ because I have a R.A.P. sheet… a Record of Arrests and Prosecutions. And here it is, below the FBI Fellon ID Card (which shows that not even FBI always gets the right man)… but be sure to read the summary text before you wonder why I’m still walking around freely.
R.A.P. Sheet, H.Michael Sweeney
1976 Wire Tapping, 2 counts, charges dropped for insufficient evidence
1980 Embezzling, charges dropped after resignation from company
1983 Counterfeiting, Drug Smuggling, sentenced
1984 Wire Tapping, charges dropped for insufficient evidence
1985 Shoplifting, 4 counts, sentenced
1987 Fraud, Embezzling (pretending to be a Pastor), Bad Checks, charges dropped after restitution
1988 Wire Fraud, 3 counts, sentenced
1988 Smuggling, 2 counts (bioweapons, diamonds), sentenced
1990 Espionage, Interception of Electronic Communications, charges dropped by NSA intervention
1991 Bank Robbery, 4 counts, sentenced
1991 Wire Tapping, 4 counts, cold case due to flight to avoid prosecution
1992 Fraud, 3 counts, Witness Tampering, 3 counts, Withholding Evidence, 2 counts, Murder,
cold case due to flight to avoid prosecution
1993 Breaking and Entering, 2 counts, Grand Theft, charges dropped after restitution
1994 Wire Tapping, cold case due to flight to avoid prosecution
1994 Attempted Murder, 12 counts, case turned over to Internal Affairs, and dropped
1996 Espionage, 3 counts, Violation of Civil Rights, cold case due to flight to avoid prosecution
1998 Wire Tapping, Stalking, cold case due to flight to avoid prosecution
1998 Grand Theft Auto, Operating Chop Shop, 3 counts, sentenced
1999 Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to Sell, sentenced
2001 Bioterrorism, Attempted Assassination, investigation closed by DOJ intervention
2002 Terrorism, 4 counts, cold case due to flight to avoid prosecution
2004 Bioterrorism, case closed due to lack of evidence
2004 Cyberterrorism, Hacking (of CIA’s Web site), charges dropped in exchange for services rendered
2016 Armed Robbery, 2 counts, cold case due to flight to avoid prosecution
2016 Bank Robbery, cold case due to flight to avoid prosecution
By now, if you actually read the full list, you realize no one person could be guilty of all those crimes and still be walking free… and that there were crimes on the list immediately after incarceration, and no jail breaks to account for that. This is because these are not crimes that I committed, but crimes I have investigated and exposed, or helped expose and prosecute, often working with Police, FBI, SS, and CIA, sometimes working against rogue elements of those and other agencies, even spy agencies of other governments.
Left out of that list, are perhaps 200 Stalking, Wire Tapping, and Torture cases I’ve worked on as online consultant with victims of such affairs (I’ve had contact with 12,000 individuals in that kind of predicament). I left them out because it would have made the post unreadable, and that’s a shame… a disservice to the thousands of victims of this form of abuse of power and conspiratorial corruption of principalities and powers.
So I do not claim to be a mere terrorist, but to have stopped terrorism. But neither am I a mere conspiracy theorist, because many of the conspiracy theories I’ve investigated have put people in jail, or at least shut them down and forced them to run away. One Governor, possibly two, a National Guard General, an elected County Sheriff, two Police Chiefs, a Criminal Investigation Division Lt., a C.E.O. of an international software firm, and a host of lower law enforcement personnel have all vacated their posts (some being jailed) after I finished doing my thing. While I cannot claim every one of them retired or otherwise departed their posts because of me, as I was not allowed access to official internal documents, I’m fairly certain a good number of them grumbled my name under their breath on the way out the door.
All that said, I hope that you, dear reader, have come to understand that a conspiracy theorist is no different than any other standard investigative force of a more official nature. Except for two small things, we all try to fit the available evidence with the environ of facts to determine the truth. We both form hypothetical postulations as to suspect and motive, prove opportunity and method, and try each point of evidence against all others which might disprove the hypothesis (though as we see all too often, many criminal cases are happy to prosecute the innocent if they think they can make a strong enough case and hide the truth).
We both theorize up front. The first difference is that conspiracy theorists do not have the luxury of making an official determination, while the official investigators do. The second difference, and most important, is that we start with questions regarding failures in logic in the official findings and reports; we question government, which is not only the right, but the DUTY of every citizen, always. How else will you ever find a cover up? We know there have been all manner of cover ups exposed in media over the last few decades, and I remind you, you NEVER have a cover up UNLESS there is a conspiracy, because a cover up itself REQUIRES a conspiracy to execute it, and the affair being covered up is always so complex that it, too, MUST by default represent a conspiracy. Guaranteed.
OK, FBI, come and cuff me… unless I’m wearing a bomb like other terrorists,or have run off to Mexico to escape your ‘justice,’ in which case, just have a better day.
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