Verdicts in plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Whitmer

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(Reuters) - Three men accused of aiding a 2020 plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer were found guilty on Wednesday of taking part in a conspiracy that prosecutors ascribed to hostility over restrictions she imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A jury found Joseph Morrison, 28, his father-in-law Pete Musico, 44, and Paul Bellar, 23, guilty of gang membership, firearm violations and providing material support for terrorism.

They could each face up to 20 years in prison when sentenced on December 15.

Do any of these guys work for the FBI, or were they entrapped by them?
"A judge on Thursday handed down the longest prison terms so far in the plot to kidnap Michigan's governor, sentencing three men who forged an early alliance with a leader of the scheme before the FBI broke it up in 2020."​

Didn't the FBI suggest they kidnap the governor from the gitgo?
Yep. Almost every "terrorist plot" in the US, regardless of whether it's "radical islamists", "right wing militias", or "white supremacists" is in reality an FBI production abusing mentally ill people as patsies.

In Michigan, Whitmer kidnap plot leader Adam Fox spared life sentence, gets 16 years​

Story by Tresa Baldas, Detroit Free Press • 11m ago

More than two years after his arrest, Adam Fox was sentenced to 16 years in prison for plotting the kidnap of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in what the government has described as one of the biggest domestic terrorism cases in recent American history.

The government had sought a life sentence for Fox, 39, arguing he was part of a violent extremism movement that sought not only to kidnap the governor but to spark a civil uprising.

Christopher Gibbons, Fox's lawyer, had long argued against a life sentence. Gibbons maintained Fox was a follower, not a leader, and looked up to FBI informants and undercover agents who cased Whitmer's vacation home alongside Fox, and accompanied him and others during training sessions.


arguing he was part of a violent extremism movement
the one the government made up, set up, and captured?

It's getting so's you can't believe the government is being totally truthful these days, but maybe that's just me at my age...?

You're probably going to laugh your ass off with this, but didn't Donald Trump encourage this?
I think the MSM twisted his words and made it sound like he did, just as they've always done.

He didn't call them 'Fake News' for nothing....
I long ago came to the realization that any "terrorism"or "extremist" prosecution is almost always an Alphabet agency false flag generated using dim witted patsies to create a politically expedient narrative.
Just wait til we find out the FBI and CIA were involved in every false flag since JFK!

Last 3 men charged with plotting to kidnap Michigan governor found not guilty​

The last three men to stand trial in connection with a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer have been found not guilty on all counts.

Eric Molitor and twin brothers William Null and Michael Null were among the 14 men charged in state and federal court over the alleged plan to kidnap the governor at her vacation home in Antrim County in 2020, largely over the Democratic governor's strict COVID-19 shutdowns.

Molitor, 39, and the Null brothers, both 41, had pleaded not guilty to state charges of providing material support for terrorist acts and illegally possessing firearms.


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