The goal of this page is to shine a light on the criminal (IN)justice system and to provide much needed judicial transparency. For a full explanation, read this article.
Schuyler Barbeau is a American patriot who served 4 years in the U.S. Marine Corps. He also participated in the defense of Cliven Bundy’s property during April of 2014. He was arrested on December 6th of 2015 by the U.S. federal government, for ostensibly violating Title 26 United States Code Sections 5861(d) & 5845(a)(3). His bail hearing is scheduled for December 21st and is therefore ongoing. Click here to view his archive.
William Krisstofer Wolf
William Wolf is a Montanan patriot who was also the host of “The Montana Republic” broadcast on BlogTalkRadio. He was arrested on March 25 of 2015 by the federal government, on the charge of allegedly violating 18 USC § 922(o). His case is still being adjudicated. Click here to view his archive.
Kevin (KC) Massey
Kevin “KC” Massey is an American patriot who was arrested on October 20th of 2014 and charged by the federal government for allegedly violating 18 USC §922(g)(1) for the victimless crime of “felon in possession of firearm,” which was originally intended to target only mobsters during alcohol Prohibition, despite the fact that Texas Penal Code §§ 46.02 & 46.04 suggests that Massey is innocent. His case is still being adjudicated. Click here to view his archive.
Ross Ulbricht was found guilty of the following charges on May 29th, 2015: 21 USC § 841, 21 USC § 848, 18 USC § 1030, 18 USC § 1028, and 18 USC § 1956. Simply put, Ulbricht was convicted on various charges of aiding & abetting the distribution of illicit narcotics, leading an organized criminal syndicate, forging identification documents, and conspiring to launder money and hack computers. For the victimless crime of providing a market service for customers to safely trade illicit narcotics, he was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole where he is expected to rot away the rest of his life in a government dungeon. Click here to view his archive. Click here to view the full list of charges initially against Ulbricht.
Robert Beecher is an American patriot who was charged by the federal government for allegedly violating 18 USC §922(g) for the victimless crime of “felon in possession of firearm,” which was originally intended to target only mobsters during alcohol Prohibition. He took a plea agreement in order to spare his daughter Jessica from prosecution; he plead guilty in 2015 and is currently serving a 10 year sentence, and is expected to be released sometime in 2025.
Articles by Gary Hunt
1) “No Bended Knee for Me” – The Persecution of Robert Beecher
2) “No Bended Knee for Me” – The Demonization of Robert Beecher
3) “No Bended Knee for Me” – No Speedy Trial – Just Punishment
4) Liberty or Laws? “Felon in Possession of a Firearm” is Not Legal or Lawful
5) “No Bended Knee for Me” – Who Does the Patriot Fight For?
140604 – Indictment (United States v. Robert Beecher)
140506 – Application for a Search Warrant, Affidavit, & Attachments (United States v. Robert Beecher)
140506 – Search and Seizure Warrant (United States v. Robert Beecher)
150312 – Judgment in a Criminal Case (United States v. Robert Beecher)
150402 – Plea Agreement (United States v. Robert Beecher)
Charles Alan Dyer was a U.S. Marine who served overseas during the Iraq War. Upon his return, he became a vlogger on YouTube under the pseudonym “July4Patriot” (J4P, for short). Not long after, Dyer began traveling around the country teaching people how to defend themselves as competent militia units. Dyer was soon after arrested, prosecuted, and, thus far, convicted of child molestation, and is currently (as of April 19, 2015) serving a 30 year prison sentence in Oklahoma. The very lack of transparency regarding the availability of the court documents in Dyer’s case was the inspiration behind creating this archive on American political prisoners. Click here to view his archive.
Larry Myers is an American patriot who was arrested on a various counts of conspiracy to intimidate government agents, specifically 18 USC §§ 2, 371, 372, 876, & 1503 (twice). Despite having filed a habeas corpus ad subjiciendum all the way up to the United States Supreme Court, they was denied hearing it, twice. Currently, he is rotting away in a government dungeon, and is expected to be released sometime in 2019.
Larry Myers: An Ignored Political Prisoner by Kyle Rearden
United States v. Emilio Ippolitio et. al. Case No. 94-64-Cr-T-23E (1996)
United States v. Philip Marsh, 98 C.D.O.S. 3974 (1998)
United States v. Douglas Carpa, No. 98-2797 (2001)
In Re Larry Mikiel Myers (2013)
Darren Huff is an American patriot who was charged by the federal government for allegedly violating 18 USC §§ 2101(a) & 231(a)(2) on suspicion for trying to incite a riot and for transporting a firearm in commerce in furtherance of a civil disorder. He was subsequently convicted by a jury on October 15th of 2011 for violating 18 USC § 231(a)(2). For the victimless crime of traveling on the roads and carrying his own private property across state lines, he was sentenced to 4 years in prison, and was subsequently released on April 15th of 2015.
100426 – Criminal Complaint (United States v. Darren Huff)
100525 – Indictment (United States v. Darren Huff)
101206 – Report & Recommendation (United States v. Darren Huff)
101217 – United States’ Motion to Revoke Defendant’s Bond or Modify Defendant’s Conditions of Pretrial Release (United States v. Darren Huff)
110103 – Report & Recommendation (United States v. Darren Huff)
111006 – Citizens’ Arrest Warrant Attachment Exhibit (United States v. Darren Huff)
111025 – Verdict Form (United States v. Darren Huff)
120517 – Judgment in a Criminal Case (United States v. Darren Huff)
The Hutaree Militia were a group of American patriots who were arrested and originally indicted on five counts of seditious conspiracy and criminal weapons use, specifically for violating 18 USC §§ 2384, 2332a(a)(2), 842(p)(2), & 924(c)(1) [twice]. On March 27th of 2012, the Hutraee were acquitted of the seditious conspiracy, attempted use of WMDs, teaching/demonstration of explosive materials, and the use of firearms as part of a violent crime. Joshua Stone, Sr. and Joshua Stone, Jr. were further prosecuted for separate alleged offenses.
Gary Hunt’s Article: “Thought Crimes! What Have We Come To?”