by Kurt Nimmo
hat tip: Infowars.com
May 21, 2010
On Thursday, two police officers were fatally shot and two wounded. “Two police officers in West Memphis, Ark., were killed at a traffic stop. The two suspects later died in a shootout with law enforcement in a Walmart parking lot. The Crittenden County sheriff and his top deputy were wounded,” USA Today reported yesterday afternoon. “The suspects, who have not been identified, were killed about an hour later after being spotted at the Walmart Superstore in West Memphis, across the Mississippi River from Memphis, Tenn.”
16 year old Joe Kane dead at the scene. Note the missing license plate on the vehicle.
On the surface, the story seems like yet another instance of meaningless violence that resulted in the murder of cops and armed suspects.
However, there is something fishy about the story most of the corporate media is not reporting.
“The white Dodge Caravan van used by the two suspects is registered to the House Of God’s Prayer in New Vienna in Clinton County,” WLWT5 in Cincinnati, Ohio, reports today. “Residents said the people who used the church said they were associated with the Aryan Nations and left about 10 years ago.”
The white minivan, according to additional information received by Infowars.com, had a ministry license plate. In the photo above, the vehicle’s license plate is missing.
MyFox Memphis identifies the two dead suspects as Jerry Kane and his 16-year old son Joseph Kane.
“Jerry Kane and his beautiful son Joe (age 16) were shot to death during an alleged traffic stop by law enforcement on Thursday, May 20th, 2010,” a post on the My Private Audio website states. “Jerry, Joe and their two dogs, while on their way back to their home in Florida have been made out to be everything from drug smugglers to hispanics, which we all know is typical of the media spinners. The police said it was a traffic stop. But their van had more bullet holes in it than Bonnie and Clyde’s.”
The My Private Audio website features news items and videos covering RFID chips, H1N1 vaccines, and the CFR in addition to handbooks and manuals from the Department of Justice. The site offers TalkShow podcasts by the law activist Tim Turner who advocates The Restore America Plan.
The Restore America Plan came to national attention in April when state governors across the country received letters from a group called Guardians of the Free Republics. According to the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security, the letters stated that if governors did not leave office within three days they would be removed.
In response, Homeland Security and the FBI issued a joint advisory cautioning state and local officials that the group “could inspire or provoke violence from others,” given that “they advocate for their views through the use, support, or facilitation of violence or illegal conduct,” according to CBS News.
In fact, the Guardians of the Free Republics group has consistently advocated non-violence and a philosophy based on the teachings of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mohandas Gandhi.
The site also offers a video class on mortgage foreclosure by the suspect Jerry Kane. Kane and his son “educated the people about the Mortgage Fraud and how to fight to keep their homes,” explains the above linked memorial.
WLWT5 report on van registered to Aryan Nations.
It is significant that the WLWT news story links the white minivan allegedly used by Kane and his son to the Aryan Nations.
As the case of the professional provocateur Hal Turner reveals, the FBI specializes in creating white supremacists and using them to discredit the patriot movement.
“For at least five years, and probably more, Turner was a paid informant and provocateur in the employ of the world’s largest sponsor of terrorism, the Federal Government. His assignment was to bait easily influenced people with incendiary rhetoric about race and other resentments, and reel in anyone who bit a little too lustily on the bait. The Bureau credits Turner with personally bringing more than 100 “extremists” to their attention, many of whom (the Bureau won’t specify how many) were arrested,” writes William Norman Grigg.
In addition to the FBI, the Southern Poverty Law Center has been linked to white supremacist groups. In December of 2003, the McCurtain Daily Gazette obtained an unclassified copy of a memorandum marked From the Director of the FBI containing an acknowledgment that the SPLC was engaged in an undercover role at the white supremacist compound at Elohim City linked to the OKC bombing and Timothy McVeigh. Elohim City was crawling with government operatives, including the known German intelligence asset Andreas Carl Strassmeier.
In the 1970s, the Church Committee and internal FBI documents revealed that more than one quarter of all active Klan members during the 1960s were FBI agents or informants.
The Aryan Nations angle reported by WLWT in Cincinnati fits the FBI’s modus operandi. It also dovetails with the ongoing corporate media campaign designed to portray and discredit the patriot movement as racist, an especially urgent agenda now that Tea Party activists are turning establishment politicos out of office.
It appears Kane and his son were involved in the growing anti-foreclosure movement and at least peripherally associated with the states’ right and sovereignty movement. From the circumstantial evidence now coming in it looks like the government — on the heels of its failure to definitively set-up the Hutaree — are attempting to frame Kane and his son as violent white supremacists. Dead men, of course, cannot make their case in court.
So far the details emerging fit a well-established government pattern.
Does it make sense that an expert in foreclosure would engage in a shoot-out with police, especially with his teenage son and the family dogs in the vehicle? Do white supremacists usually conduct seminars in mortgages and foreclosure?
Something is rotten in Denmark and Arkansas.
It appears Jerry Kane was opposed to Border Patrol checkpoints. The My Private Audio website contains an audio recording where he talks about New Mexico police arresting him at a “Nazi checkpoint where they were demanding papers or jail.”