Pete Santilli: Dr. Judy Wood's handler? Cointelpro?

Laura

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Guardian said:
Nondescript said:
25 pages of facts; case numbers, licenses, everything - Westlaw included.

VERY interested!
guardian at pagan.com :)

Yup. Take it elsewhere. We are done with the topic here. Thanks.
 

angelburst29

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Seems Pete Santilli is taking in the sun rays at the Bundy Ranch in the Nevada desert?

_http://www.naturalnews.com/044729_Bundy_ranch_photos_news_blackout.html

Bundy Ranch standoff pictures the mainstream media doesn't ever want you to see?


Ever wonder what's so important about Bundy Ranch that the institutions of media and government have gone to extraordinary lengths to censor, including declaring a "no fly zone" over the airspace?

The answer to that question is found in the photos below, republished with permission from Guerilla Media Network whose founder, Pete Santilli, was one of the key persons on the ground urging peace and non-violence as evidenced in this secret recording released by Natural News.

The federal government, on the other hand, brought hundreds of armed men, snipers, helicopters and even what the mainstream media would characterize as "assault rifles" to the scene -- all for what BLM claims was an effort to "save the desert tortoise!"

Permission was granted to Natural News to publish these photos, but I was instructed to relay the message that if any mainstream media sources which to use these photos, they must first contact GMN (press@gmn.is) for permissions and usage rights.

Now, behold the chapter of American history you were never supposed to know took place:

(12 photo's)
 

Laura

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Yup, that's Mike Adams - who appears to be what the alternative community calls a "gatekeeper". He's got some far right views trying to infiltrate the alternative views with his advocacy of diet/health stuff. I think he was promoting Jim Humble and MMS at one point too. Now and then he produces a good piece, though. Interesting to note him hooked up with Santilli. Maybe that gives us a better idea of Santilli's handlers.
 

nicklebleu

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Laura said:
Yup, that's Mike Adams - who appears to be what the alternative community calls a "gatekeeper". He's got some far right views trying to infiltrate the alternative views with his advocacy of diet/health stuff. I think he was promoting Jim Humble and MMS at one point too. Now and then he produces a good piece, though. Interesting to note him hooked up with Santilli. Maybe that gives us a better idea of Santilli's handlers.

Funny how some people pop up in the most interesting places, seemingly without any connection. It really takes a network to unearth the hidden connections between seemingly disjointed parties.

I wonder about Mike Adams a lot. As Laura stated he sometimes produces a good article related to health topics, but then throws in some curved balls politics-wise. Seems to me that he is one of the agitators advocating "revolution" which would play into the hands of the PTB, so maybe he is one of their shills? Or who are MA's handlers?
 

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Pete Santilli was one of the key persons on the ground urging peace and non-violence...

He would of course appear in the form of peacemaker! From our direct experience of him, and the way he killed the Ride for the Constitution movement last year, Santilli's role is to stir the pot by running things off the rails.
 

RflctnOfU

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I was wondering if anyone would be willing to contact the Bundy's with info/links regarding Santilli and his shenannigans. It seems as though he has elevated himself to somewhat of a spokesperson...

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This video is getting posted by liberals aiming to denigrate the entire scene at the Bundy ranch:

_http://gawker.com/watch-some-nuts-at-the-bundy-ranch-corner-and-grill-a-l-1571055180?rev=1399066010

It should come as no surprise to learn that Pete Santilli, an Internet radio host best known for wishing he could shoot Hillary Clinton "right in the vagina" and helping to organize last year's "Truckers For the Constitution" rally, has spent the last couple of weeks broadcasting live from Cliven Bundy's ranch in Nevada...

So, naturally, Santilli decided to confront a local TV reporter who had apparently questioned Bundy on his views about race, drawing the attention of Bundy supporters standing nearby.

"Who do you work for?" Santilli demanded of the reporter, who appears to be Antonio Castelan of Channel 3 New. "Do you believe that the media is state-run?" When Castelan responded that "as a Mexican-American" he didn't think his questioning on race was biased, Santilli hounded him: "Why do you believe you need to inject Mexican-Americanism into your line of questioning?"

"As a Mexican-American you should know that we're defending your rights, and you're working for the state-run media, and you should know that, especially by the bias in the line of your questioning," he yelled as Castelan walked away, hounded by Bundy supporters. "You're not serving the American public and you do not deserve even First Amendment constitutional rights, sir!"

It should come as no surprise either that the commenters and re-tweeters point to this as evidence that everyone supporting the ranch is a racist right wing nut job as opposed to focusing criticism specifically on Santilli and his ilk.
 

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Sounds like everyone is whipping others into a frenzy so that the state (the guys pulling the strings in enbackground) can come in and "rescue" everyone. I don't see a good outcome of the whole sordid saga developing.
 

angelburst29

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Santilli - stopped by Police - as an "Identifier" on a list - for going 20 miles an hour, in a 50 mile speed zone?

2 stopped by police in Newtown not on watch list
http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/2015/12/18/police-2-terror-watch-list-arrested-newtown/77572260/

Friday December 18, 2015 - Newtown, Ohio

UPDATE: The two people stopped by Newtown police have been cleared of suspicion of being on a national watch list, Chief Tom Synan said.

Peter Santilli, who was driving an Isuzu Trooper, and his female passenger were detained after police were alerted when they ran a check on the vehicle's license plate.

The two were detained for between 45 minutes and an hour before they were cleared, Synan said.

Synan said there are a number of identifiers for people on the list and anytime something close to an identifier on the list is searched, police have to investigate further.


Police stopped the vehicle because Santilli was going about 20 miles per hour in a 50 mile per hour area, Synan said.

Police believe Santilli was going slow because he was texting, Synan said.

Santilli was born in 1965, Synan said, but his exact age is not known.

Synan said police found a loaded 9mm Smith and Wesson in a bag between the passenger's feet while searching the vehicle.

It's not unusual for people investigated during stops to lead to alerts on national lists, Synan said, but police were especially diligent as the loaded weapon was found.

Santilli, who recently moved to the Cincinnati area, has been charged with illegally carrying a concealed weapon, Synan said. The female passenger is not facing any charges.

EARLIER STORY: Two people police said may be on the terror watch list were arrested in Newtown on Friday.

The two were taken into custody after a 1:26 p.m. traffic stop on Little Dry Run Road and Main Street, according to Hamilton County Dispatch.

Guns were recovered during the traffic stop, according to dispatch.

In a since deleted tweet, the Newtown Police Department wrote this afternoon: "Newtown officers conducted a traffic stop at Main Street and Little Dry Run. Two suspects in custody may be listed on terror watch list."

Hamilton County Sheriff's Department and Mariemont officers are now on the scene, in addition to Newtown officers.
 

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Spooks R-Him.............. :cuckoo:
The Unauthorized Biography of Pete Santilli
Published on Jan 13, 2016
This is Vinny Eastwood and Susanne Posel's finest work, a truly uncompromising Expose' on the 30 year history of Talk Radio Host & Youtuber Pete Santilli.

https://youtu.be/AvoCGy8MHE4
 

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Did y'all notice that Santilli was recently arrested at this Oregon standoff?!

https://www.rt.com/usa/330397-bundy-arrest-oregon-burns-mayor/

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That's apparently him at bottom-left.
 

c.a.

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Niall said:
Did y'all notice that Santilli was recently arrested at this Oregon standoff?!

https://www.rt.com/usa/330397-bundy-arrest-oregon-burns-mayor/

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That's apparently him at bottom-left.

The Oregonian
updated January 30, 2016 at 12:33 AM
Federal judge denies release for 5 refuge occupiers, orders release for two others
http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-standoff/2016/01/federal_judge_denies_release_f.html#incart_maj-story-1

The judge ordered the release of two other defendants: Joseph O'Shaughnessy and Shawna Cox. She said O'Shaughnessy would be on home detention and GPS monitoring. Cox, the sole woman accused in the conspiracy, will be released with conditions once the refuge occupation is over. As of Friday, four people remained at the bird sanctuary, 30 miles southeast of Burns.

Federal prosecutors immediately said they would appeal O'Shaughnessy's release to another judge on Tuesday.

Beckerman delayed a decision whether to release Pete Santilli, an independent broadcaster who his lawyer said provided "unfiltered'' video of the refuge takeover. The judge said she wanted to examine more information and would make a decision by Monday. She described his case as "a close call."

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Peter Santilli in a courtroom sketch from his federal court appearance Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Boy if they let him go it would only confirm the obvious.
 

Mal7

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c.a. said:
Niall said:
That's apparently him at bottom-left.
Peter Santilli in a courtroom sketch from his federal court appearance Wednesday, January 27, 2016
So, Santilli is at bottom-right. This fits the names in the photo caption "clockwise from top left".
 

angelburst29

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The on-going Santilli saga ....

ACLU of Oregon issues statement in support of Pete Santilli's First Amendment rights
http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2016/02/aclu_of_oregon_issues_statemen.html

The ACLU of Oregon isn't convinced independent broadcaster Pete Santilli, who has been detained pending trial on a federal conspiracy charge in the takeover of a Harney County wildlife refuge, is a danger to the community and cautions the court against using his broadcast statements against him.

Mat dos Santos, the legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon, issued a public statement on the agency's website Tuesday afternoon, writing that he was troubled that a federal judge and prosecutors relied on remarks Santilli made months or even years before the armed takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge that began Jan. 2.

"I think they should have been looking at his actions and not at his ridiculous shock jock statements that he made,'' dos Santos said in an interview. "We have concerns about Pete Santilli's First Amendment rights. It protects all people no matter who they are or what they believe.''

The ACLU hasn't decided whether it will get involved in the pending federal court case by filing a friend of the court brief in Santilli's defense. Dos Santos said the ACLU is "far away'' from that decision. The ACLU's statement came after dos Santos met with Santilli's lawyer.

Santilli, 50, is one of 16 people named in an unsealed indictment, charged with conspiring to impede federal officers from working at the refuge.

Prosecutors contend Santilli used his show to issue a "call to action,'' to encourage more people to participate in the refuge takeover. His lawyer said he was simply documenting a developing story and never stayed overnight at the refuge.

U.S. District Court Judge Michael W. Mosman last week affirmed a magistrate judge's decision to keep Santilli in custody pending trial. Mosman said he was disturbed by several remarks Santilli made during his online broadcasts promising to shoot federal officers if they came to take him or his guns away.

Mosman said he couldn't ignore what seemed to be Santilli's "deeply held beliefs" regarding his distaste for federal law enforcement and found Santilli could be "a real threat to pretrial service officers or U.S. marshals or others who have to deal with him.''

The judge said, however, he recognized that the vast majority of Santilli's remarks on his show likely amounted to bravado to attract an audience.

Dos Santos said he recognizes that he's not a judge, sitting in court in the high-profile case, but he was troubled that the court hadn't placed more weight on Santilli's lack of violence versus his statements.

"There's no action that he's taken consistent with those statements,'' dos Santos said. "Even those statements seems like he was kidding.''

In the ACLU's public statement, dos Santos wrote, "Law enforcement can and should differentiate between controversial statements and real threats. What's at stake here could indeed be larger than a radio personality's career, Malheur and Oregon.''

Santilli, through his girlfriend and broadcast partner Deborah Jordan Reynolds, also issued a recorded statement from jail on Monday night, promising to beat the federal case. He accused the federal government of "silencing me with these trumped up, bogus charges.''

"If this can happen to me, it can happen to any member of the media – my example shows there's a target on your back, especially independent media,'' Santilli said.

He promised to be "very, very loud, even louder than I have ever been before,'' when he does get out of jail, and urged listeners to send donations to support his show and his girlfriend, who is staying in a hotel in Portland.

His girlfriend said Santilli planned to work on a memoir while he's in jail.

His next court date is Feb. 24, where he and his co-defendants are scheduled to be arraigned on the indictments.
 
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