U.S. District Judge Colleen McMahon has ordered the release of James Cromitie, a man previously convicted in a post-9/11 terrorism sting.
She called out the corrupt FBI in what she described as an “FBI-orchestrated conspiracy.” The plot revolved around the plan to attack New York synagogues and shoot down National Guard planes. The judge ruled that the plot was planned and organized by the FBI itself. His release comes after he had already served 15 years of his 25-year sentence.
The FBI has since been accused of involvement in the J6 riots, the Gretchen Witmer kidnapping, and the prosecution of the Oath Keepers over a document that was written by the FBI and used to frame Enrique Tarrio. Let’s face it, the time has come to disband the FBI.
The Democrats have weaponized the Bureau to the point where it can never be fixed. They have used entrapment in order to paint conservatives as violent thugs. Many in the agency need to be tried, convicted, and sent to prison for long stretches of time.
In an October 2020 press conference, the FBI announced it had thwarted a plot by a so-called “right-wing militia” to kidnap and kill Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
The plot, it was later revealed, involved a group of men who liked to go shooting, discussing how bad the Governor was, and one time they drove by her house.
The case fell apart when it emerged that there were just as many FBI informants and undercover agents among the plotters as there were alleged plotters, and that in every case the FBI was the one urging the plotters to commit violence.
Six defendants and 12 FBI informants were identified as the case progressed.
Last year, three Michigan men were acquitted in the FBI plot.
The FBI planned and organized the Whitmer attack, paid for the attack, and recruited local men to join in their planned attack.
It was another complete setup by Chris Wray’s FBI to frame and ruin innocent men.
The case, which we now know was comprised of virtually all FBI agents and informants, took another devastating hit in August.
Michael Hills, an attorney for Brandon Caserta, one of the six defendants, produced text messages showing an FBI field agent telling an informant to lie, frame an innocent man, and delete text messages.
One female FBI agent admitted during testimony that she slept in the same hotel room, and the same bed, during a training weekend with FBI target Barry Croft. She went the extra mile to get her man!
And… she also smoked pot with him.
The female FBI agent told the court, “Sometimes informants have to play along.”
Implications: More Than Meets the Eye
This case raises critical questions about the practices of federal agencies and their pursuit of justice. The release of Cromitie and the judge’s condemnation of the FBI’s tactics highlight the need for a thorough review of such sensitive operations. This development is more than just the release of a prisoner – it’s a call for accountability, transparency, and a reassessment of the methods used in the fight against terrorism.