According to the Michigan Procurator General’s Office, no one will get away alive from the Michigan State Capitol in the original scheme planned by the suspected ringleader in a terrorism attack. As authorities have already said publicly, Plan “A from Adam Fox wasn’t just the storming of the building and taking prisoners, but was intended to infiltrate and television executions of bullies for a week and nobody will come to outlive. Or, lock the doors and set fire to the house.
It is a brief filed in the 12th Circuit Court of the Jackson County by the Michigan Attorney General’s Office against the pre-trial releases of a man Pete Musico, from 42, who is charged with kidnapping Gov. Gretchen Whitmer at the level of the department. The filing further points out the claims of AG, while dipping into those of Adam Fox, 37, of Grand Rapids, who was federally convicted. Besides those against Fox, the charges include:
- Musico once said a Molotov cocktail was hurled into the house of a police officer.
- Musico said that he was seeking to locate a troop from the state police in Michigan in 2020 to contact him at a rally in the Capitol.
- After the members, “full” a gun charge was made to a Wolverine Watchmen, the so-called “militia” party now suspected of domestic terrorism.
- A private Facebook community was founded by the Wolverine Watchmen, which included “No feds, statists, police, bootlikers, or commies or ethnonationalism.”
- A preparation strategy included the monitoring and ambushing of a hostile car.
Sean Tilton, Fox’s federal public defender, refused to comment and Musico’s counsel, Kareem Johnson, declined to comment on the submission. Johnson struggled against Musico’s idea of himself as a reckless man and a flight risk at the bond hearing. He said the Musico was thrown away because he was so darn fragile.” His clarification and his points can be seen from the hearing here. In a statement he lodged with the court and issued to the Free Press, he even contradicted several AG claims.
Fox’s abduction conspiracy is prosecuted at the state level. He was the head of the initiative, which, according to the authorities, was whipped up in frustration with Whitmer’s orders in response to the novel coronavirus and ended up kidnapping plans for Whitmer. Musico is accused of holding military training sessions on her house, including the 26-year-old Joseph morrison of Munith and alleged to be his son-in-law by the media. Musico is threatened with terrorism, is assisted materially by violent activities, commits felony as a gang member and has a firearms in the execution of a crime.
A total of 14 men, eight at the state and six at the federal level, have been charging the lawsuit. A spokeswoman for the Office of the AG said that a “Congress” description is intended for state legislatures. He opposed becoming a “fish tank” across the Capitol, recommending instead that you look at the addresses of legislators and enact a proposal there said the AG Office.
In Wisconsin, Fox invited the party for a training. Johnson argued that the law officer did not intervene and thus saw no potential threat to his own court in discussing the conversation. “Any convict has no open intervention,” he said. Musico claimed he had once cast Molotov cocktailed into a police officer’s home on a March 2020 military exercise in his home, who pulled him over the AG Office said.
Details of this incident were not included in the brief and the case is not part of the Musico’s well established criminal record, namely what organisation the officer was working with. “He announced that he waited outside the house back and intended to kill the officer as he came out but he chose not to,” the paper says. According to investigators, Musica and Morrison conducted a number of military planning drills in their rural property in remote Munith.
On April 9, Musico said in particular, that law enforcement could occur during tactical training preparation, the AG office said. He said according to the AG’s office, “Put your jacket on get ready and chase the wealthy. Johnson told the courts that this preparation has not been connected to a single crime. The AG’s brief included a detailed description of its training curriculum for June 14. More than 20 drills in three fields are included in the checklist: car preparation, ambush techniques and the emergency triage.
With over 15 years as a practicing journalist, Nikki Attkisson found herself at Powdersville Post now after working at several other publications. She is an award-winning journalist with an entrepreneurial spirit and worked as a journalist covering technology, innovation, environmental issues, politics, health etc. Nikki Attkisson has also worked on product development, content strategy, and editorial management for numerous media companies. She began her career at local news stations and worked as a reporter in national newspapers.