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Article posted Mar 30 2010, 8:54 PM Category: Cover-Up/Deceptions Source: Infowars Print

FBI Agent Discovered at Center of Alleged Hutaree Conspiracy

Kurt Nimmo

The FBI had an informant inside the Hutaree group and he participated in the alleged conspiracy to kill law enforcement officers, according to The Wall Street Journal today.

In sworn testimony, Thomas William Piatek is described as a Cooperating Witness and an undercover FBI agent.


Thomas William Piatek is pictured at the bottom right. It is interesting to note that, unlike the other suspects, he appears not to be wearing a jail uniform.

"A spokesperson at the FBI’s Detroit office declined to comment on the undercover agent and any role such an agent may have had in the investigation. A spokesman at the Justice Department in Washington also declined to discuss specifics of the investigation," the Journal reports.

It is not surprising that the FBI had penetrated the Hutaree group and an agent was apparently at the center of the alleged conspiracy. In fact, it is part of a well established pattern.

On March 20, Infowars.com reported on allegations that a federal agent acted as a provocateur in the New York synagogue bombing conspiracy case. Defense attorneys in the case argued in court that the plot was hatched and directed by a federal informant.

"They said the informant badgered the defendants until they got involved in the plot," NBC New York reported. "They said the informant chose the targets, supplied fake bombs for the synagogues and a fake missile to shoot down planes. The motion said he also offered to pay the defendants, who attorneys alleged weren't inclined toward any crime until the informant began recruiting them."

"This whole operation was a foolish waste of time and money," Terence Kindlon, a defense lawyer who represented a client in the New York synagogue case, told the Times Online. "It is almost as if the FBI cooked up the plot and found four idiots to install as defendants."

Defendants in the New Jersey Fort Dix Army terror case painted a similar picture. "The only terrorist conspiracy was one planted and nurtured by the informant," declared defense attorney Rocco Cip during the trial. The FBI's role in the case was admitted by a provocateur. "The FBI informant paid to infiltrate a band of suspected terrorists in South Jersey said yesterday that he offered to organize their attack on U.S. soldiers, but only because he wanted to build trust and find out more about the group," the Star-Ledger reported on November 11, 2008.

In Miami, the FBI case against the so-called Miami Seven came apart at the seams when it was discovered a government provocateur provided money, video cameras for conducting surveillance, cellphones, and suggested that the patsies target the Miami FBI office.

In 2009, it was discovered that supposed white supremacist and radio talk show host Hal Turner was a National Security Intelligence asset, a fact admitted by the third highest ranking FBI official in New York City. During a second trial held this year, Turner described how he was recruited in 2003 by the FBI's Newark-based Joint Terrorism Task Force. He said he was paid "in excess of $100,000" by the FBI during his almost five years as an informant.

According to research conducted by Alexandra Natapoff of Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, the FBI maintains an army of at least 15,000 "confidential informants," while the DEA admits to having 4,000 snitches. "But the number of informants working directly for the Feds is probably only a tiny fraction of the entire stukachi [a Russian epithet used to describe a secret police informant] population, given the uncounted masses of snitches working for state and local police agencies," writes William Norman Grigg of the Pro Libertate blog.





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