Stanley Kubrick Moon Landing Confession & Trump Appointment of CIA Plane Crash Survivor to NASA & Schaeffer Cox

“All Truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed, Then it is violently opposed, Finally it is accepted as self-evident.” -Arthur Schopenhauer-

“In an age of universal deceit, telling the Truth is a revolutionary act.” “Whoever controls the past, controls the future.” -George Orwell-

Stanley Kubrick’s confession should put the NASA hoax to bed once and for all.

Published (mirrored) on September 27, 2017 courtesy of яєν N0B0DY

Watch the video:  Stanley Kubrick Moon Landing Confession Part One & Two With Added extra

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon BBC documentary

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Published (mirrored) on April 14, 2013 courtesy of Bart Sibrel

Lunar Lunacy: Disappearing Moon Rocks, Contradictory Mineral Data, Missing Apollo Film and Destroyed Mission Technology


Simulated Mars Environment Is Devon Island In Greenland

by Paul Boggs of

“The founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard referred to ‘The Great Beast 666’, Aleister Crowley, as “my very good friend.” A close friend of L. Ron Hubbard was NASA jet propulsion laboratory founder and co-designer of the U.S. Pentagon, Jack Parsons, who once referred to himself as, “I antichrist loosed in the world; and to this am I pledged, that the work of the beast shall be fulfilled, and the way for the coming of Babylon” – Deception: The Ancient Mystery That Holds The Secret of Newgrange, p.86,

“I do conscientiously and sincerely believe that the order of Freemasonry, if not the greatest, is one of the greatest moral and political evils.” – 6th U.S. President John Quincy Adams, Amerika: The Re-Mastered Christian Majority, p. 173

“Who and what is in a position to overthrow an invisible force? And this is precisely what our force is. GENTILE masonry blindly serves as a screen for us and our objects, but the plan of action of our force, even its very abiding-place, remains for the whole people an unknown mystery.” – Protocols of The Learned Elders of Zion, Protocol No. 4, Martin Luther: On The Jews And Their Lies: 9/11,

“Masonic lodges are established all over the world to help us achieve our independence. Those pigs, the non-Jewish Masons, will never understand the final objects of Masonry.” – Theodor Herzel, Founder of Modern Zionism, 1897

“Freemasonry is a Jewish establishment, whose history, grades, official appointments, passwords, and explanations are Jewish from beginning to end. Freemasonry is based on Judaism. Eliminate the teachings of Judaism from the Masonic ritual and what is left?” – Jewish Rabbi Isaac Wise

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• God’s Enclosed Flat Earth Investigation Documentary
• NASA’s Project Blue Beam Holographic Alien Invasion Preceding Antichrist’s New World Order
• CIA Mind Control Project Artichoke
• Jewish Founded Illuminati Have Been Planning This For a Long Time

Watch the video on Bitchute:  Simulated Mars Environment Is Devon Island In Greenland

Trump Taps Senate’s Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms for NASA Post

Morhard to be nominated to be deputy administrator of the space agency

July 12, 2018

by Niels Lesniewski

Deputy Senate Sergeant at Arms James W. Morhard is interviewed by Roll Call in the Capitol, January 9, 2015. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

The deputy sergeant-at-arms of the Senate has been picked by President Donald Trump to be the deputy administrator of NASA.

James W. Morhard, who has been deputy SAA since Republicans took over the Senate majority in 2015, has largely focused on the various administrative functions of the Senate.

He should be no real stranger to the space agency, particularly given one of his earlier roles on Capitol Hill.

Morhard was a senior aide to Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska. The White House announcement of his pending nomination noted that, while serving as staff director of the Appropriations Committee, Morhard oversaw the Commerce-Justice-Science subcommittee. That subcommittee’s broad jurisdiction includes the NASA budget.

Morhard survived the 2010 plane crash that claimed Stevens’ life.

In April 2018, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Michael C. Stenger, who served as chief of staff to Sergeant-at-Arms Frank J. Larkin, would take over as the SAA. Morhard remained as the deputy at that point.

The current administrator of NASA is former Oklahoma GOP Rep. Jim Bridenstine.

Source:  Trump Taps Senate’s Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms for NASA Post


Never mind that Senator Ted Stevens was maliciously and falsely prosecuted but was also killed in a mysterious plane crash.

Alaska Senator Stevens Assassination was Staged ‘Plane Crash’

October 30, 2012

Alaska Senator Ted Stevens was the longest-serving Republican senator in US history, serving from 1968 until January 2009.  Senator Stevens was killed [Assassinated] on 9 August 2010 when an amphibious single engine DeHaviland DHC-3T airplane he was on crashed into the side of an Alaska mountain near the Bristol Bay fishing town of Dillingham, while on a fishing trip.

Senator Stevens controlled the nation’s purse strings as chairman of the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee before losing his reelection bid in 2008 in the midst of a corruption scandal laying charges he failed to report over $250,000 in home renovations along with other gifts from an oil executive.  Stevens was convicted, but the case was later thrown out due to prosecutorial misconduct, including exculpatory evidence being withheld from Stevens’ defense lawyers.

In 1998, John R Bolton’s nephew, Greg T Dixon, a Masonic High school friend and informant deeply connected with Freemasonry, explained to me how the elites are planning to assassinate senator Sevens, also an elite, in a staged “airplane crash into the side of a mountain” because they are afraid of the information he has could be reveled when they try to publicly oust him from office to advance their agenda.

Dixon said that if Stevens didn’t die outright in the plane crash, which he said would be unlikely, the colluded elite surviving passengers will hit him on the head to make the death appear as blunt force trauma caused by the crash itself.  Dixon said the elite’s will do the same to the pilot – forever silencing him from reviling how he purposely put the plane down to make it look as a crash.  As well as other passengers Stevens will have brought along who would become witnesses.

Dixon said the deaths of some passengers, who are seated in vulnerable positions in the aircraft in the event of a crash, may occur on impact, however, Sevens most likely will not be one of them, nor will the colluded survivors, as they will be securely fasten into the safest seats.

By proxy, Dixon said the surviving elites on the flight will do the killing of Stevens, the pilot, and any passengers Stevens brought with him that are still alive.

In mid 2007, I verbally, preemptively conveyed this exact same [above] information in a Bellevue, Washington courtroom of law.  In fact, my testimony was being digitally recorded by the court itself, for the record.

The survivors have since been identified as: Jim Morhard, William Phillips Jr., Sean ’Keefes, a former aid and longtime “friend’ of Stevens, and his son, Kevin O’Keefe.

The passengers killed are: the Pilot, Theron Smith, William Phillips Sr., GCI senior vice president Dana Tindall and her 16-year-old daughter Corey Tindall, along with Stevens.

Sean O’Keefe has close ties to the defense industry as a former NASA administrator and US Navy secretary.  O’Keefe was just recently appointed chief executive of EADS North America in November 2008 and was competing with Boeing for a $50 billion dollar contract for aerial refueling of the US Air Force with his Airbus tankers.

Before Stevens’ lost his reelection bid in 2008 he was the top Republican in charge of government spending and controlled the appropriation of billions of Federal dollars.  Stevens was known as a gruff, hard charging politician with a hot-head reputation on Capitol Hill, who often wore a Hulk tie when addressing congress and called himself a mean, miserable SOB.

The reason that the plane turned off course and crashed into a mountainside still remains a mystery to the NTSB.  However, the experienced pilot, 62-year-old Theron “Terry” Smith had an extensive history of medical problems and had turned off a critical safety device that might have prevented the crash.

According to the NTSB, Smith has an extensive family history of “intracranial hemorrhages at young ages.”

The plane was equipped with a terrain awareness warning system which would have alerted Smith when the plane was approaching treacherous mountain areas – if it had been turned on.

“We know something happened in that cockpit,” NTSB Chairman Debbie Herman said.  “But at the end of the day, we did not have significant evidence to support any theory.”

The NTSB was able to track three previous southeasterly flights Smith had just piloted – through the same wide valley between the mountains.  Bizarrely, and for no apparent reason, the plane veered left in the valley that day, turning directly into the ridge.

The NTSB’s Malcolm Brenner said investigators even looked at the possibility that this was a suicide attempt, given how far off-route the plane was that day, but apparently found no absolute evidence of that.

There was no indication the plane had mechanical problems before the trip.

After the crash, the planes transmitter became separated from its antenna somehow, had that not happened, the crash “likely would have been detected soon after impact,” the NTSB said.  Instead, hours passed from the time of the crash until the wreckage was spotted.

Oddly, Steven’s plane did not have the type of flight recorder required on large aircraft, even though inexpensive to install.

NTSB chairwoman Deborah Hersman said it’s rare for so many people to work so long on an investigation without an agreed upon conclusion. But she said there was limited factual data to work from, leaving investigators without significant evidence to support any single theory. – Huff Post 

Ultimately, the NTSB blamed the crash on the “pilot’s temporary unresponsiveness for reasons that could not be established.”  [No definitive cause].



Govt. Prosecutor In Ted Stevens Case Commits Suicide

Watch the video on Vimeo:  Govt. Prosecutor In Ted Stevens Case Commits Suicide


The Tragic Story Of A Lawyer Who Killed Himself After A Botched Prosecution

May 19, 2014

by Erin Fuchs

A new book about prosecutorial misconduct opens with a grisly story about the suicide of Nicholas Marsh, a prosecutor involved in the botched case against Senator Ted Stevens.

Marsh, 37, was being investigated for possible misconduct in the Stevens case when he slashed his wrists and hanged himself in Washington, D.C. in September 2010. Marsh’s lawyer said after his death that his client felt burdened by the aftermath of the Stevens prosecution.

However, Justice Department lawyers above Marsh’s level were also responsible for the misconduct in the Stevens case, former prosecutor Sidney Powell asserts in her sweeping new indictment of the Justice Department, “Licensed to Lie.”

“Nicholas Marsh, a brilliant, capable young man, paid the ultimate price for something that should never have happened,” Powell writes. “He was shattered — by his own choices and those imposed upon him.”

Powell argues that the forces that helped destroy Marsh were part of an increasingly rabid and unethical Justice Department that evolved after the collapse of Enron. The main problem with the Justice Department, she argues, is what one judge called “an epidemic of Brady violations in the land.”

Powell writes that federal prosecutors often break the so-called Brady rule, which requires them to turn over evidence that could work in the defendant’s favor during the discovery phase of a case (when each side of a case turns over evidence to the other).

In the case of longtime Alaska Senator Ted Stevens, the Justice Department asked to have his conviction voided in 2009 after it learned that prosecutors had not turned over favorable evidence, including evidence that called into question the integrity of the star witness for the prosecution.

Stevens was convicted of corruption in 2008 for accepting undisclosed gifts from an oil executive, Bill Allen, including an elaborate home renovation (scrubbed from the internet) worth an estimated $250,000.

However, prosecutors neglected to turn over an interview with Allen in which he said the renovation was worth only $80,000, according to a 525-page independent investigation of the prosecution by special prosecutor Henry “Hank” Schuelke III (which came to be known as the Schuelke report).

The investigation found prosecutors failed to turn over a number of other records that could have been favorable to the defense, including evidence that questioned Allen’s credibility.

Even though the conviction was voided in 2009, it still cost Stevens the election in ’08. A couple of years later, Stevens died in a plane crash as his prosecutors themselves were under investigation. Stevens’ death and the protracted probe into his prosecution weighed heavily on Nick Marsh.

From Powell’s book:

The senator’s death and the tsunami of renewed publicity of prosecutorial and government misconduct was drowning Nick Marsh. He could hardly breathe. It was all he could do to get up in the morning and go to the back office to which he had been relegated at the Department of Justice. Nick felt heavier and heavier. He was on the verge of losing his career and possibly his liberty, and he felt as if he had lost his soul. He didn’t recognize himself anymore.

The book went on to say Marsh “feared that everything that went wrong in the Stevens prosecution was going to be hung around his neck.”

In “License to Lie,” Powell pins some of the blame for the Stevens case on two lawyers who weren’t formally investigated (scrubbed from the internet)— Matthew Friedrich, who was assistant attorney general of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division at the time of the Stevens prosecution, and his deputy at the time, Rita Glavin. Friedrich and Glavin were brought into the Stevens case relatively late in the game — about a month before he was formally indicted in July 2008 (scrubbed from the internet).

From Powell’s book:

Friedrich and Glavin took control of the Stevens prosecution and micromanaged it to absurd detail. On the eve of the indictment, they demoted Marsh from first chair to third chair for Stevens’s trial. After Friedrich and Glavin took over, the prosecution had nothing but problems …

The Schuelke report noted that William Welch, former chief of the Public Integrity Section of the Justice Department, blamed Friedrich and Glavin for making decisions that “adversely affected the case.” Specifically, Welch blamed them for bringing in the seasoned prosecutor Brenda Morris to be lead prosecutor just before the trial.

While Welch, and Powell, are quick to blame the top DOJ lawyers who came into the Stevens case relatively late, problems with the prosecution long began before they ever arrived. The prosecution’s star witness, Bill Allen, also provided key testimony in two earlier trials from 2007 that were used to help build the case against Stevens and were part of a larger probe into Alaska corruption known as “Polar Pen.”

In one of those cases, Alaska state representative Pete Kott was convicted of illegally accepting favors from Allen’s corporation. The other convicted ex-Alaska state legislator Vic Kohring of accepting similar favors. Friedrich, Glavin, and Morris weren’t involved in those convictions, both of which were vacated after courts found prosecutors engaged in the same discovery violations that undid the Stevens case.

Here’s what Glavin had to say in an email message to me:

The problems in the Stevens case stemmed from misjudgments and poor decisions about discovery that were made throughout the Polar Pen investigation, long before Matt Friedrich or I became involved. We did not give instructions about Brady or other discovery practices, and we became aware of the underlying problems only when they became public during the Stevens prosecution and thereafter.

Ultimately, the special investigator who dug into the Stevens prosecution found only two prosecutors, Joseph W. Bottini and James A. Goeke, had deliberately withheld favorable evidence from Stevens’ defense team. (Their lawyers deny that they failed to disclose evidence on purpose.) The report declined to make any conclusions about Marsh’s role since he killed himself before it came out.

After Marsh’s suicide, his lawyer, Bob Luskin, said he believed the young prosecutor would have been exonerated.

In any case, it seems like a mistake by the Justice Department to have put so much responsibility on a relatively inexperienced lawyer. As Powell notes in her book, when the Stevens prosecution was happening, Marsh was just 35 years old and was one of the youngest attorneys in the Justice Department’s Public Integrity Section — and he had already led the “Polar Pen” investigation into corruption in Alaska for four years.

Before he died, Marsh provided information that was used in the Schuelke report that suggested there was no formal process for turning over information that could be favorable to the defense, known as Brady material. He didn’t even “remember anybody being specifically designated to be in charge of Brady review” and said it “was kind of done piecemeal.” It’s highly possible the young lawyer could have benefited from more supervision.

While nobody knows what was really going through Marsh’s mind when he killed himself, it’s tragic that botched discovery played some role in his decision to end his life.



Senator Stevens stood up for patriot and FBI target Schaeffer Cox who became a political prisoner of the Obama administration and was falsely imprisoned and held in a secret CIA torture prison.

Watch the video:  Department of INjustice The Untold Story of Schaeffer Cox

The speech that made Schaeffer Cox a target of the US government:  Schaeffer Cox – The Solution to Reclaiming Liberty

By Ron Lee
Investigative Journalist

Steve Skrocki
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Fairbanks, AK – On January 8, 2012, US District Judge Robert Bryan sentenced 27-year-old Francis “Schaeffer” Cox to almost 26 years in prison, in most part for a conspiracy to commit murder charge the prosecution, led by Asstistant US Attorney (AUSA) Steve Skrocki, deceitfully sold to a jury as being Cox’s plan.

Now, 4 years later, revelations are exposing the system as the conspirators, having acted to frame the man who has sat confined in the Communications Management Unit (CMU) of the Federal Prison in Marion, Illinois.* The real story never made it to the people of Alaska and, more importantly, to the jury. No one heard the truth of the government’s obsession with getting rid of Cox. They never got to read the investigating special agent’s emails saying Cox was not a threat, and that he had no real “intention.” The witness intimidation; the countless hours of audio recordings of Cox refusing to use violence; all were things the government skillfully covered up in order to get their man and paint the public perception that Cox was guilty, when in fact his only guilt was to speak out against a government that proved itself to be capable of entrapment.

“This case is by far the worst travesty of justice I have encountered in my 25-year legal career.” said Fairbanks attorney Robert John who was able to exonerate Cox of all charges in the Alaska State case. Writing in a press release in 2014, John lamented, “While our tradition applauds those who stand up and exercise their constitutional rights, the government’s new definition of terrorism condemns such patriotic actions, as this young Alaskan family man Schaeffer Cox, has unfortunately learned.”

A talented speaker and 2nd Amendment advocate, Cox was a skilled orator. After the 2008 election, he was traveling outside Alaska warning citizens in fiery speeches about the tyrannical path of the federal government. His speeches drew the attention of the FBI and on February 16, 2010, the FBI initiated a preliminary investigation. The next month, on March 25, 2010, an AUSA in Anchorage, Joe Bottini, determined that Schaeffer “has not crossed the line” between “protected speech” and “actionable threat.” Again, on April 4, 2010, that opinion was independently confirmed by another AUSA, Stephen Cooper, in Fairbanks who likewise agreed that legal action was inappropriatee.

By every measure Cox was an outstanding citizen who had a reputation for helping others. Yet even after soliciting the opinion of two Assistant United States Attorneys, Bottini and Cooper, who each independently determined that legal action was not appropriate, the FBI continued to “investigate” him.

Schaeffer Cox, now 32 years old, is no longer the clean-cut “kid” he used to be – prison has changed that; his wrongful conviction has changed that. Sporting lengthy locks and a scruffy face, he looks more the part the government falsely portrayed him to be – the part of a ruffian ready to kill any and all federal, state, and local officials that stood in his way while he created a new America. It’s a part that, frankly, lacked any proof and only ever relied on circumstantial evidence and claims by government paid witnesses. But, Cox’s “investigation” and subsequent conviction have really formalized how the government attacks cases of “political” interest; those where the government decides they need to make an example out of someone, in order to make other people fall in line.

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Law enforcement as a whole has moved away from the more observational type of investigating where they watch a person until that person commits a crime to a more proactive role as the one’s with the criminal plan, oftentimes selling it to unsuspecting “suspects” whose only “crime” beforehand was to speak what they believe by exercising their first Amendment rights. Quite frankly, most people only speak out against government abuse in their bedrooms and from behind closed doors; Schaeffer Cox chose the pulpit, making him the perfect patsy for the government to tell the budding patriot movement in Alaska, to back off.

Here is how it works, as it did in Cox’s case…

The government enlists the aid of individuals who are typically facing criminal charges of their own, in exchange for greatly reduced or dismissed charges, as well as pay. These people are often nefarious in their own right and have usually been involved in crimes of dishonesty. You know, the perfect type of person you’d want to be a witness against you – nothing to lose and everything to gain by framing you. These people are known as Confidential Informants (CIs) or Confidential Human Sources, and in Cox’s case there were two main CIs: Gerald “JR” Olson and William “Bill” Fulton.

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Olson is a serial criminal who first ran drugs as a trucker then later took advantage of people as a contractor. According to the Alaska Dispatch, “Gerald R. Olson, known as “J.R.” and as “Jerry,” first made headlines in 2005 when he was convicted for illegally installing septic systems in Peters Creek and Wasilla, most of which never worked. By fall 2009, he was again in trouble with the law, accused of stealing a $69,000 construction tractor.” He faced several felonies and tens, if not hundreds of thousands in restitution. It has been reported that his felonies have all been dismissed, and the restitution he faced paid for. Obviously, Olson’s part in allegedly framing Schaeffer Cox benefitted him greatly…

William Fulton
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William “Bill” Fulton
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William “Bill” Fulton

Fulton, otherwise known as “Drop Zone Bill” has been reported as having an illicit affair with FBI agent Sandi Klein, one of the agents working the Cox investigation. In October of 2010, Fulton gained fame when he falsely arrested a reporter while supposedly providing “security” at a campaign event for then U.S. Senate Tea Party candidate Joe Miller. According to witnesses, he made death threat ultimatums to Cox and others when the Cox group refused to act violently. He even admitted to saying, “I am going to slit your f’ing throat and bleed you out at my feet you son of a b….” while holding a knife to the neck of Schaeffer’s friend, Les Zerbe, who stood against Fulton saying they had no plan to act violently.

Fulton always claimed he had men and munitions ready to go and that Cox needed to get on board. Fulton made copies of recordings the government asserted did not exist and even recorded conversations with his handlers. He reportedly proved to be such an embarrassment to the government that they didn’t even call him as a witness. It has been reported that Fulton will be releasing a book of his exploits – which purportedly will be full of self-aggrandizing pomposity.

In investigations of this kind, a CI’s “handler” – the FBI agent overseeing him/her – sets the plan of attack and determines what type of information is needed to set up, entrap and bring their targeted person down. In other words, they begin the conspiracy. If this wasn’t true and their targeted person had actually already committed a crime, they would simply arrest that person and try them for that crime. Instead, they concoct a scenario and ensure the target complies with their predetermined outcome. Much of it is staged beforehand for the CI, but there are plenty of times a CI has to think on their feet and literally make something up to keep the “investigation” going forward. If an “investigation” failed, so would any hope of payment or court leniency of the CI’s charges or convictions. Much of this happened during the Federally condoned set-up of Schaeffer Cox, to the point that the plans that were prescribed to Cox and his co-defendants were, in fact, constructs of the CIs.There were many occasions during the Cox “investigation” where the CIs were told to tone it down, or, as Olson testified to during the trial, that he had been told “quite a bit” by his handler, “to not instigate stuff…” One of the biggest of these “instigations,” and what ultimately led to Cox’s conviction, was the “kill 2 for every 1” (2-4-1) plan and it’s supposed companion “hit list.”

Mike Anderson
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According to Mike Anderson, a friend of Cox, the “hit list” also referred to as the “target list” was a complete fabrication by the prosecution. Anderson maintains what they claimed as a “hit list” was nothing more than the start of a database of publicly available information. Anderson claims he was the sole person to ever have possession of the database and the only time Cox ever asked him for information from it was when Cox wanted to visit and speak with a state trooper, whom he personally knew. Shortly thereafter, Cox and his wife went to the Trooper’s home and spoke with him at length. This act resulted in one of the main charges of an original state case, “conspiracy to commit murder” of that same trooper – which Anderson was also indicted on. Eventually, the conspiracy charges in the state case were dropped because prosecutors could not use the FBI’s recordings which were gathered without a search warrant, and there was no other evidence. Anderson was released as he faced no federal charges but was later subpoenaed by the prosecution to testify at Cox’s federal trial.

Anderson maintains the database wasn’t ever talked about as, or considered a “hit list” of any kind. It was as Cox put it, simply a way of being able to communicate with officials either in person, phone or by mail. Anderson claims that Cox didn’t function like a man with a plan when he saw Cox three days before the arrests saying:

“The last time I saw Schaeffer before our kidnappings [arrests], he sat down on the floor and asked me what he should do. He clearly had no plan. I told him to clear up his misdemeanor charge and disband his groups. I was upset with him for the bombastic false statements he publicly made. He had resorted to the state’s tool of deception.”

As for the trial, Anderson asserts that he was waiting for more questions from the defense counsel during cross-examination, which ultimately never came. Anderson says he never got the chance to fully explain to the jury what the database was and how it had nothing to do with anything called “2-4-1”. Anderson denies having ever heard of 2-4-1 until he was in jail along with Cox. For his failure to clarify that there was never a list or a plan, Anderson believes Cox’s attorney, Nelson Traverso, completely mishandled Cox’s case to the point where Cox should have a wonderful Ineffective Assistance of Counsel appeal.

As for the 2-4-1 plan itself, which greatly contributed to the conviction of Cox, and made infamous by AUSA Skrocki, recent information has surfaced regarding the origins of the plan, and it didn’t come from Schaeffer Cox. It was a plan used as a “war of words” during the Freeman Ranch standoff in Montana, years earlier in 1996. It was there that [CI] Gerald Olson, a young man, would first hear this rhetoric, only to use it these many years later and attribute it to Schaeffer Cox.

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According to Norm Olson, co-founder of Alaska Citizens Militia and who, in 1996, was in Montana to support the Freeman in their 81-day stand-off with the FBI, “I first met [CI] Gerald Olson [no relation] during the Montana Freeman Standoff. We used 2-4-1; 3-4-1; 4-4-1 as a propaganda tool because we were facing another Waco-like situation. The only way we felt we could stop the federal forces was to threaten them with retaliation, with reprisal, with retribution. And they didn’t attack that ranch.”

This proves that CI Olson, who used this rhetoric before, pushed his own preemptive agenda as though it was Cox’s plan. Cox had never heard, let alone used this language before! I wonder how the jury would have reacted had they been informed of that dirty little secret?

On February 19th, 2011 – 5 days after a bench warrant was issued for Schaeffer Cox when he did not show up for a misdemeanor hearing on a state issue, a marathon six-hour meeting between Cox and others ensued where CI Olson again pushed the 2-4-1 plan, while he clandestinely recorded the entire meeting, yet the jury never got to hear the portion where Schaeffer Cox summarily rejected the idea of 2-4-1 saying:

“I’m not motivated by wanting to see their heads roll. I’m motivated by wanting my family to live free and prosperous and happy.

“And with what you [CI Olson] were talking about for the 2-4-1 and stuff like that … or any sort of very aggressive, offensive maneuver … seems like to me, given the circumstances, that that would be more along the lines of looking for a fight rather than strategically and prudently waging a war … at least right now, and I can’t speak to the future. But I can say that I think for right now, a 2-4-1 is — is — would — would be running out ahead of the scale and sacrificing our self to no avail.

“I lost my house, my business, my whole fortune… And I could, if I was looking for a fight and I was feeling vengeful, which what’s wrong with feeling vengeful, man? We’ve been wronged. I could go out and I could sock it to them, and that would satisfy my animalistic reaction … But it would — it would be a detriment to the war … Because only when there is no future and there is no hope for my wife and for my children can I then spend myself … in costing the enemy. Because costing the enemy is not my objective. I would forgive them and have all sorts of redemption and go to a picnic with them if they’d leave me alone. You know, I don’t have hatred towards them.”

Definitely not a statement made by a man who allegedly conspired to kill people in cold blood.

AUSA Skrocki tried desperately to shield the government from its practice of entrapment during his closing arguments, talking about how the government didn’t do this, the paid informant witnesses didn’t do that; the bottom-line is, it was a conspiracy that first and always involved Fulton and Olson, the government CIs, not Schaeffer Cox. It was their conspiracy and they continually pushed it on Cox and his friends. And, without any question whatsoever, they were instructed to do so by the Department of Justice!

If there is any question the government acted to entrap Schaeffer Cox, you only have to refer to their own determination as to what entrapment is. According to the Offices of the United States Attorneys:

Entrapment is a complete defense to a criminal charge, on the theory that “Government agents may not originate a criminal design, implant in an innocent person’s mind the disposition to commit a criminal act, and then induce commission of the crime so that the Government may prosecute.” Jacobson v. United States, 503 U.S. 540, 548 (1992). A valid entrapment defense has two related elements: (1) government inducement of the crime, and (2) the defendant’s lack of predisposition to engage in the criminal conduct.Mathews v. United States, 485 U.S. 58, 63 (1988). Of the two elements, predisposition is by far the more important.

Cox did not have the predisposition to engage in the violence the government claims. The facts are indisputable. When pressed to act violently by the government’s CIs, he always sided with his moral compass, and never agreed to it.

Let’s face it, rhetoric drives society. It builds victors and villains based solely upon the political interpretation of that speech – the stance of the day carries with it the full force of “justice.” But when does protected speech become an actionable offense? When do our spoken thoughts become crimes?

When the government says it does, as was evident in the Cox case – and the jury bought it.

Bottom line, Cox’s speeches, not his actions, garnered the attention of the FBI – that is a fact. If his words didn’t cause them any alarm, as Skrocki tried to allude to in his closing arguments at trial, Cox would have never been at the center of an investigation to begin with. Cox’s case really was about the government stifling his 1st Amendment rights.

There was never a plan to initiate violence, as stated over and over as Cox continually would say things like, “we’re not doing a Rambo, we’re pulling a Gandhi.” The only times Cox stated violence were in reference to moments where it would be defensive in nature, requiring an outside action for them to be actionable. As an example, “if someone pulls a gun on me, I’m going to kill them.” It is a statement that does not suggest you are planning on murdering people. It requires an action for you to take action. Also, we’ve all said something like, “I’ll kill him if he does ____.” Did you mean it, that you’d actually kill this person? Of course not. If everyone who used this type of language was put in prison, there would be no one left who was free! Even if you are a gun owner, or have a knife in your kitchen drawer when you make an outlandish statement like this, does that make your verbalization a real tangible threat? Not hardly, unless of course a deceitful and dangerous prosecutor learns of it.

Also, ask yourself: how far would you go to protect your family? Would it be fair to assume you would say you’d kill to keep them safe? Now imagine if after you said you would, out loud to a friend, you were arrested and convicted of conspiracy to commit murder… That is just about how outlandish the case against Schaeffer Cox was.

The fact is, the jury didn’t hear the majority of the audio recordings in Cox’s case. They only heard a few cherry-picked moments that painted him in a bad light. They never got to listen to the threats Cox faced by Fulton and others if he didn’t go along with their plans. Nor did the jury get to read the emails sent by FBI Special Agent Sutherland that assessed Cox as not being a threat.

The jury also never heard that the conspiracy charges weren’t in the initial indictment against Cox and that the Government had offered Cox a deal on much lesser charges.

“Had I known then what I know now, I would have accepted a plea deal on one or two of the minor weapons charges, which is what the government tried to get me to do. This would have avoided the conspiracy and solicitation to murder counts altogether.” writes Cox for the website

For the prosecution to prove the conspiracy, however, the jury had to be convinced that Cox wanted to kill someone, sometime in the future, without any real, non-hypothetical specifics.

A non-specific threat was exactly what the Skrocki prosecution deceitfully and successfully sold to the jury by disallowing a vast majority of its own recordings from being heard, and reports written by its own investigating special agents from being read. They kept the truth from the jury; the truth that Schaeffer Cox had been recorded wanting to leave Alaska with his family and keep away from Bill Fulton; not wage war or randomly kill people as they asserted, as the below FBI dispatch confirms:

FBI Dispatch Friday, March 04, 2011 5:33:00 PM
SC [Schaeffer Cox] is not willing to meet with CHS-2 [Fulton]. Does not want him [Fulton] to know he is still in Fairbanks. Wants CHS-I [Olson] to broker deal. SC willing to meet ‘trucker’ to discuss transport.
–Special Agent Rick Sutherland

So much information was withheld from the jury that US~Observer is creating an extensive on-line-only article outlining all of the evidence. In the near future, look for “The Conspiracy to Entrap Schaeffer Cox.”

“At my trial, the prosecution just told a scary story about what I might have done some day if they hadn’t ‘taken me out.’ Then they tried to block the jury from seeing the truth about what I ACTUALLY DID DO in real life, i.e. told the agent provocateurs ‘NO,’ then packed up my family to move out of the country to get away from the coercive CIs and their death threat ultimatums.” – Schaeffer Cox

Let’s face it, pre-crime or “thought crime” has become punishable by imprisonment in this “modern” America where every expression is steeped in, what a psychiatrist coined in 1970 as, microaggressions. The government is now able to determine who and what should be targeted just by the words and expressions people use, as evidenced by the Schaeffer Cox case and so many others that follow this cookie-cutter strategy of; create the crime, provide the contrived motivation, supply the tools, arrest, feed the jury full of deception and then send your target to a prison cell. So, look out Facebook users, your words just might hurt you because it all starts there!

Over the last several years there has been a surge of government distrust, especially of the police. In this day and age of ready video recording devices (smartphones), the police are under constant scrutiny of their actions. What these countless hours of video have shown is that the system as a whole is broken. Not all police are bad, true, many are outstanding, but even if you are a good cop and the system is rotten, how long does it take before the system taints what you do? Bottom line, the US Justice System no longer functions to dispense justice, rather it is designed to fine and incarcerate – kill if need be. The perception of your safety is all that matters.

Fortunately for Schaeffer Cox, the blinders are coming off and the truth can finally be seen for what it was; the government conspiring to entrap a young, idealistic, charismatic, patriot who believed that he had a right to stand up to their overreach.

US Attorney Karen Loeffler
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US Attorney Karen Loeffler

It’s time to call them out and hold them accountable. It’s time to bring Schaeffer Cox home.

Karen Loeffler was the US Attorney for the District of Alaska and was ultimately responsible for Schaeffer Cox’s incarceration. It was under her watch that this travesty took place, and it should have fallen on her to rectify it. However, Loeffler was one of the US Attorneys fired when Trump got into office. The current US Attorney for Alaska is Bryan Schroder. Call his office at (907) 271-5071.

Editor’s Note: The US~Observer has been vigorously investigating the Schaeffer Cox case. There are hundreds of hours of audio, video and documentation that show Schaeffer Cox only ever spoke in a defensive manner, especially regarding his family. Cox was quite literally being hunted by the government for imprisonment, and he knew they were investigating him! Let that sink in. Why would he attempt a plan that is not only foolish, it would never have changed anything and only harmed the lives of the one’s he loved. If anything can be said about Schaeffer Cox, it can be said that he isn’t stupid.

The fact is, the jury in the Cox case was completely deceived by a prosecutor who twisted the manufactured “evidence” he cunningly fed to that naïve jury, just as he and others had done in other cases such as the infamous Operation Polar Pen convictions which were ultimately thrown out or vacated like Senator Ted Stevens’. Furthermore, Cox had absolute ineffective assistance of counsel, and the corrupted court condoned this complete mockery of justice!

Should you have any information regarding the Schaeffer Cox case, contact us immediately. We are especially interested in anyone who had dealings with Gerald “JR” Olson especially if Olson paid you restitution and/or Drop Zone owner Bill Fulton. If you were a juror in this case and you now see that you were deceived, please contact us immediately by calling 541-474-7885 or by email at

* Please read “CMUs: The Federal Prison System’s Experiment in Social Isolation” for a better understanding of what a CMU is and what Cox has had to endure. Cox was released into the general population at the beginning of March 2016, and is no longer in the CMU.

Article of interest: Entrapment Approved by Appeals Court

UPDATE 3/29/16 – William Fulton, one of the CIs in the Schaeffer Cox case, referenced the US~Observer on Twitter saying, “these guys dint interview anybody from the other side they are biased and ill informed.”

The US~Observer retorted with, “Interesting how you didn’t claim that it wasn’t true. We had your words already – on the record, and recorded.”

Since this initial exchange, Fulton has continued his tirade on Twitter trying to protect his “legacy” and make claims that the volumes of recordings are somehow flawed, and that his recollection and word is more accurate than what is already on the record.



For keeping his mouth shut about the Senator Ted Stevens assassination, Deputy Senate Sergeant at Arms James W. Morhard was rewarded with a high paying position with NASA to keep the lies and the fraud going.  The missing money from the Pentagon adds up to more than the National Debt, but who’s counting?

We’re living under a state of tyranny and the Star Chamber Justice System controls the courts.  It’s way past time to start exposing the criminals in the US Justice System.  Educate the people in your local area and jury nullification.  It could be the difference between freedom and incarceration.

Here’s the latest scheme to rip off our tax money:

Trump’s new Space Force program, a new military division of the Pentagon, is a complete farce and a rip off of the American tax payer!

Watch the video  (courtesy of TruthUnveiled777 Archives):  Trump, Pentagon, Space Force — THE REAL TRUTH! (BRAND NEW!)


On Mon. June 18th, 2018, Donald Trump officially directed the Pentagon to establish a sixth branch of the U.S. military in “space.”   While speaking at the National Space Council meeting, Trump called for a “space force” to ensure “American dominance on the high frontier.”

According to a recent CBS Report: “The president also signed the administration’s third Space Policy Directive, calling for establishment of new protocols and procedures to manage and monitor the increasing numbers of satellites in low-Earth orbit and the tens of thousands of pieces of space junk and debris that pose an increasing threat to costly spacecraft.

The directive follows on the heels of two other major space policy initiatives being implemented by the National Space Council, one calling for returning humans to the moon before eventual missions to Mars and another aimed at streamlining the federal space bureaucracy to reduce red tape and streamline licensing and oversight of commercial space activity.”

AT LEAST, THIS IS WHAT THEY’RE TELLING US! What Is The REAL Reason Trump Is Calling For A “Space Force?!” Is There Even A Such Thing As “Space?!” What Is The BIGGER Agenda Behind Such A Scheme?



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In your face!

New NASA director chooses Israel for first int’l visit

NASA and the ISA will expand their cooperation, according to an official statement issued on Thursday by Science and Technology Minister Ofir Akunis.

July 12, 2018

by Jonathan Weber Rosen

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine meets Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Minister of Science and Technology Ofir Akunis in Jerusalem, July 12, 2018. (Credit: Ziv Sokolov/U.S. Embassy Jerusalem

The director of United States space agency (NASA) Jim Bridenstine arrived to Israel Thursday and signed new agreement with the Israel Space Agency (ISA) in his first international visit.

NASA and the ISA will expand their cooperation, according to an official joint statement issued on Thursday by Science and Technology Minister Ofir Akunis, NASA director Bridenstine and Israel Aerospace Agency Director Avi Blassberger.

During the meeting, Akunis stated Israel’s desire to send another Israeli astronaut to space, in which Bridenstine declared that NASA also had an interest.

“The joint declaration signed today symbolizes the mutual interest in building scientific and technological capabilities in space. The fact that the head of NASA chose to hold his first visit outside US borders here in Israel says a great deal about the close alliance between the two countries and the tremendous appreciation that they have for Israel’s vast technological capabilities in the field of space,” said Akunis.

In the agreement, the parties expressed a willingness to cooperate in NASA programs such as the International Space Station, the study of the universe and earth sciences, life sciences, and the use of nano sciences— an Israel expertise.

Bridenstine mentioned that he plans to return to the moon in accordance with US President Donald Trump’s vision.

In addition, he mentioned that NASA is exploring options to build a space vessel close to the moon that would be used by astronauts to probe the moon, which would serve as a launching position for missions into deeper space.

Bridenstine concluded by stating that “NASA has a great deal of interest in Israeli technologies.”

The Israeli space agency has a number of current agreements with NASA, including an agreement to use a radiation protection suit developed by an Israeli company on the unmanned NASA flight to Mars.

The ISA and NASA have been officially working together since October 1996 in which the two organizations signed an agreement for joint cooperation in the peaceful use of space, an international agreement between two nations to foster growth in space.


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