Fritz Springmeier
Read between the lines
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The following story came to us yesterday and today we received a message, (printed below) from Fritz Springmeier. Of course, the mainstream media only reports that which the 'agenda' demands, and his release on his own recognizance would not be considered newsworthy, or in the 'agenda's' best interest.

This mainstream news story, is a perfect example of some of the things David Icke has been teaching 'all that will listen' about how they are programming us, how they manipulate us, and how the 'official version' is all you are normally going to see. This is 'their official version' as it has been seen word for word identical from several sources.

Website comments in [brackets].

Drugs, hate literature seized in couple's home

The Associated Press
3/2/01 9:17 PM

CORBETT, Ore. (AP) -- A Clackamas County couple was arrested on drug-related charges as part of a continuing investigation into the activities of a white separatist group.

Fritz A. Springmeier, 45, also known as Victor E. Schoff, and his wife, Patricia Springmeier, 46, were charged Thursday with first-degree manufacture and distribution of a controlled substance and conspiracy to manufacture and distribute controlled substances.

They were held in the Clackamas County Jail on $10,500 bail each.

The FBI, the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies searched the couple's home Thursday and seized marijuana-growing equipment, several weapons and white sepratist (sic) literature, said Angela Blanchard, a sheriff's department spokeswoman.

Fritz Springmeier writes books on the beliefs of the Christian Patriot Association, an ultra-right-wing group based in Boring, Blanchard said.

Police believe the Springmeiers are linked to at least one person arrested last month in Sandy.

Three people were arrested Feb. 9 at a rural Sandy home, where police seized military-style weapons and 50 marijuana plants. Police also found small amounts of ammonium nitrate and fuel oil and literature affiliated with the Army of God, a white supremacist group connected to the 1997 bombings of an abortion clinic and a gay nightclub in Atlanta.

Forest E. Bateman Junior, 29, is still being held at the Justice Center Jail in Portland on outstanding warrants for previous charges of assault and illegal possession of an AK-47 assault rifle. Two others, Anthony D. Huntington, 28, and Jennifer J. Williams, 27, were released.

Blanchard said investigators believe the Springmeiers helped Bateman grow and distribute marijuana. Bateman and Fritz Springmeier met at a Christian Patriot Association meeting several years ago, she said.