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"Fast and Furious" ATF Cop Murders Cover-up?

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16 year old Joe Kane dead at the scene. Note the missing license plate on the vehicle.
There are many unanswered questions regarding the murders of Arkansas cops. The Sovereign Citizens movement might be set up to make them look like domestic terrorists, possibly at the same time the greatest efforts were going on to cover up the ATF illegal operation where guns were supplied to to Mexican Drug Gangs for the US Government to attack citizens' rights to own legal guns, the 2nd Amendment. So were operatives out murdering cops to blame a citizens' rights group? Were two suspects murdered so they could not prove their innocence? Did police steal the license plate off the suspect vehicle and manufacture video evidence? Mainstream media won't honestly cover this story. [ Click here ] to see how ABC News Nightline skews a story. Is the US Government about this same type of lying? Are international corporate owners and bankers the ones really in charge of the US Government, courts, police, and US Military? Are Sovereign Citizens calling out the US Government? Do Sovereign Citizens really obey US laws, just not the made up laws of bankers and international corporation owners? Bob Hurt does a great job of telling the story in this video, recorded today:

More video and more information can be found here, scroll down in post. I plan on doing more digging into this case.

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Steven G. Erickson is a freelance cameraman, blogger, photographer, documentary producer, screenwriter, sometimes journalist, and can and will travel anywhere if the terms are right. His objective is to reform America's courts, creating a "People's (more...)
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