Last Three Men Charged in Whitmer 'Kidnapping' Plot Found Not Guilty

Chris Menahan
Sep. 15, 2023

The feds officially failed in their attempt to imprison three more innocent men on Friday over their involvement in the FBI-manufactured "kidnapping" plot targeting Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

From ABC News, "Last 3 men charged with plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer found not guilty":
The last three men to stand trial in connection with a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer have been found not guilty on all counts.

Eric Molitor and twin brothers William Null and Michael Null were among the 14 men charged in state and federal court over the alleged plan to kidnap the governor at her vacation home in Antrim County in 2020, largely over the Democratic governor's strict COVID-19 shutdowns.

Molitor, 39, and the Null brothers, both 41, had pleaded not guilty to state charges of providing material support for terrorist acts and illegally possessing firearms.

The Antrim County jury reached its verdict on Friday after about a day of deliberations following a three-week trial. Molitor broke down in tears of relief after his verdict was read.
Kudos to the jury for seeing through the feds' lies and freeing these innocent men.

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