The Los Angeles Times is continuing its coverage of the FBI’s involvement in Alaska politics via its leftwing informant, Bill Fulton.
In its article last night, the Times interviews an Alaskan militia leader, Norm Olson, who claims that Fulton “was used by the FBI to wreck Joe Miller’s bid” for the US Senate.
But most of Olson’s vitriol seems directed at Fulton’s efforts to infiltrate Alaska’s Citizens Militia, based out of Kenai, Alaska. Olson lambasted Fulton for trying to play “the big man in Anchorage, boasting about this and bragging about that, how he was ex-military intelligence.” He told the Times that the Obama supporter had “tried to target his militia as well, supplying him with a ‘barn full’ of military gear,” suggesting the type of entrapment others close to Fulton have previously complained of.
But Olson, the streetwise founder of the Michigan Militia prior to his move to Alaska several years ago, was “wary of Greeks bearing gifts.” Claiming he knows a little bit about the FBI, Olson explained that, “anybody comes up to me with fancy toys or gift items, I’m always a little bit wary of what’s going on. I tell people, if you really want to give me something, give me cash, and make it anonymous.”
One member of the Kenai’s Alaska’s Citizen Militia forum suggested that the FBI might have Fulton killed and then try to pin it on the Alaska militias: “If he does get whacked it will be used to label Alaska militia men and women as dangerous terrorists. I would not put it past the FBI to grease him themselves in order to set up a false flag against the patriot movement up here.”
Olson seemed to agree stating, “They’ll paint the [Alaska] militia much like the mafia: you can [get] out, leave feet first. They can use his ‘passing’ as a message to anyone who affiliates with the militia that they are the savages that the central government paints us out to be.”
He concluded that the FBI would use Fulton’s death as a way to eliminate “any hope for a political comeback” for Joe Miller, stating that “Joe’s support for the militia, the Constitution, state Sovereignty and the Rule of Law is well known. Placing him in a controversy about the suspicious nature of Bill Fulton’s death would absolutely disable Joe.”
Fulton, who is in hiding Outside, apparently has gotten the message: “I don’t think the militia guys in Alaska are so happy about me right now,” he told the Times.
Read more from the Los Angeles Times article HERE.