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Hal Turner The Snitch And The Mess That Goes With Him

Hal Was Snitching on Nazis- Now He's About to Snitch on the Feds

Ever since Hal Turner’s arrest for threatening federal judges, the stories from Hal’s attorney about Hal actually being a FBI paid provocateur using Hal’s over the top racist radio show as a FBI honey pot setup called “Operation Valhalla” came pouring out in press releases.

Hence, a lot of people are upset about what this operation has done by using threatening racist violence and intimidation to innocent citizens who happen to be in the line of fire of the Nazis and racists Hal was inciting, provoking and manipulating.

And it appears it was all under the direction of the newly elected New Jersey’s Governor Christie

Daryle Lamont Jenkins of the anti-racist organization “One Peoples Project” is addressing this issue:

Okay. Now we are pissed. We are not just pissed because it happened, but because we didn’t pay attention as the guy who presumably allowed it to happen became New Jersey’s next governor.

You know all those threats that White Supremacist Radio host hal Turner leveled at damn near everyone he had an issue with, including us – repeatedly?
You know how much of a task it has been to get him prosecuted for any of it?
And do you know how much talk there has been from Turner about how he was a federal informant all this time?
Well, it is all coming out.
The Bergen Record wrote about it and now the Associated Press picked it up.

After going through government documents, court records, emails, and interviews with Turner while in jail it is all confirmed.

The FBI paid Turner, even coached him to make all the racist and vile threats we have been dealing with all these years.
According to the report, we are talking thousands of dollars going to Turner for that rally in Kingston, NY where he threatened a woman organizing against it and encouraged people to come to her home – while DLJ was there, threatening the entire city of Kingston if they didn’t prosecute a black student who was in a fight with a white student on a hate crime charge, threatening the Jena Six, threatening the black population of Kalamazoo, Michigan, attempting to cause a disruption at an event we held in Newark by threatening one of our speakers, and a whole host of other gems that would have us here forever running down.

What makes this so bad is who might be responsible for all of this.

The federal prosecutor at the time was Chris Christie, who is currently the Governor-elect of the State of New Jersey.

According to Turner, Christie stated in a letter he would not prosecute Turner for any of this, so Turner’s lawer has subpoenaed the Gov.-elect and is currently waiting for a reply that he may never see.
Christie is pleading the fifth, and we thing he has a good reason to.

Now those who are supporters of the SHAC 7 – a group of animal rights activists who have served or is serving jail time for monitoring the fine folks over at Huntington Life Sciences who like to torture animals for the sake of coming up with the latest cosmetics – might want to follow this case because Christie’s office prosecuted the SHAC 7, accusing them of doing the SAME DAMN THING THEY PAID TURNER TO DO!
Christie is quoted saying about the SHAC 7: “We will not stand by and let any group or individuals violate federal law through violence and intimidation, no matter what cause they profess to advocate for in the process.”
Well, it looks like that’s exactly what he did, and we all need to get the complete lowdown on this and find out what is real and what is not.
If Christie did in fact do this, he will have a lot, a hell of a lot to answer for.

Turner’s trial begins Tuesday, Dec. 1 at the Brooklyn Federal Courthouse.

We all need to be there and directions accompany this story.

Somewhere, Hal Turner’s old buddy Sean Hannity is happy as hell the heat is off him – a least for a little while!

Rest of the article HERE


And for fun we add the FAMOUS MIKE FLUGENNOCK’S: HAL TURNER MASH UP for all to enjoy!

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