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Fritz Springmeier Released From Prison

October 28, 2010

aaaspringmeier1.jpgby Henry Makow Ph.D. 


I was elated to receive a letter today from my friend Fritz Springmeier informing me that he has been transferred to a halfway house in the Portland area.

He is there to find a job and accommodation after which he will be released on probation for five years. Under the terms of his probation he won't be able to do any political work but he hopes to be able to teach people to "make good decisions" in the hard times ahead.

He is able to work within a 100 mile radius of Portland. If you can help him find a job, or just want to wish him well, he can be reached at [email protected]

Fritz was imprisoned in Feb. 2003 due to his research on the Illuminati and his work deprogramming victims of Illuminati mind control. His books "Bloodlines of the Illuminati" and
"The Illuminati Formula Used to Create
an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave"
helped thousands learn about Illuminati control.

"There is a wave of positive divine energy creating a positive momentum to my release and to overcoming the difficulties in my path," Fritz wrote. "I have a good case officer and a good probation officer, and this is a good halfway house."

Fritz is still confined to the establishment and can only leave on supervised job hunting expeditions.

He writes that many people opposed to the New World Order need to put their own lives in order. "Many are just news junkies," he writes.

He foresees bad times and wonders if we are prepared spiritually. For example, if we are hungry, will we steal?



 





Comments for "Fritz Springmeier Released From Prison "

Nailia said (October 28, 2010):


What bald-faced cojones they have! In forbidding political activity for the next five years, they're of course admitting why they locked him up in the first place. Unbelievable (in any sane world, anyhow).
Fritz, may God grant you peace and comfort for the rest of your days.


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