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Emergency! Martin Armstrong Needs Your Help Now!

Martin Armstrong is being illegally moved to a hell hole jail in as an obvious payback for speaking out

Moving Marty is a clear act of retribution in direct violation of the law. As a result of the “The New Yorker” magazine article and the subsequent fact that many additional members of the Press have been trying to gain access to him, the new Fort Dix Warden Donna Zikefoose and her henchman David Steel and K Byrd, have ignored federal law and are attempting to move Marty to one of the worst, dirtiest, most unsafe jails in the US where he will not even have access to the sun let alone a type writer for the remainder of his sentence. This place is truly one of the worst jails in the United States. Marty will be mixed in with accused murderers, and other violent and dangerous types. They are attempting to slip this through over the holiday hoping to avoid notice. The facility they want to send him to is BOP (Bureau of Prisons) MDC (Metropolitan Detention Center) Brooklyn New York where they will work him for 11 cents an hour as a cadre. This is the sister facility to the one in Manhattan where Marty spent seven years in contempt (never even seeing the sun) and was almost beaten to death and wound up in intensive. This is a quote from Last paragraph of Marty’s Paper of “Looking Behind the Curtain…The Real Conspiracy” April 9, 2009 Paper. Marty tells the harrowing story as follows…

This move is completely illegal. We believe that they know it and are just playing dumb and hope that no one complains until it’s too late. Aside from this move is an obvious attempt to silence him and punish him for speaking out. It is absolutely illegal to move a prisoner with an open habeas before the courts. Marty has not one, but two open habeas before the court at this time.

#1 A habeas in Camden Federal Court # 08251

#2 A habeas in the Supreme Court # 099470

Rule 36 of the Supreme Court states that Marty can’t be moved while there is an open habeas.

Bureau of Prisons Program statement 5100.08 Chapter 7 Page 12 top paragraph (A document that controls what the BOP can and cannot do with regard to prison custody statutes see posting) states the following…

Under Rule 23(a) of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedures, an inmate may not be transferred, pending review of a Habeas Corpus proceeding commenced before a court, without the approval of the court. Approval for transfer should be sought through the U.S. Attorney or Regional Counsel in cases where a Habeas Corpus petition is pending.

Furthermore rule 23 (a) of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure says the same thing (also attached)

FRAP 23. CUSTODY OR RELEASE OF A PRISONER IN A HABEAS CORPUS PROCEEDING (a) Transfer of Custody Pending Review. Pending review of a decision in a habeas corpus proceeding commenced before a court, justice, or judge of the United States for the release of a prisoner, the person having custody of the prisoner must not transfer custody to another unless a transfer is directed in accordance with this rule. When, upon application, a custodian shows the need for a transfer, the court, justice, or judge rendering the decision under review may authorize the transfer and substitute the successor custodian as a party.

They did not go to the judge because they know that the judge would say no and that it would open them up to scrutiny and more bad press. Instead they tried to slide this past everyone on a holiday weekend. They are breaking the law. Later if they get caught, they will just say they made a mistake. Bottom Line, Marty needs your help. We have gotten him a lawyer, but we are in a race against time to stop them from moving him.

Please Call email and fax the following people and tell them you know what they are doing and demand that they stop. Try to get through personally but if you can’t then at least leave a voice mail. This is a numbers game we need to let these folks know that we are watching and we won’t stand for it!

Warden Donna Zikefoose

FCI Fort Dix 609-723-1100 Office Extension 5100 FAX 609-724-7557 ATTN. Warden Donna Zikefoose

Email Please note that we are not 100% sure that this is the right email (95%) they don’t publish

their email addresses but it follows the exact naming convention for emails for the BOP.

Zukefoose Underlings at Fort Dix

Kevin Byrd (Marty’s Case Manager)

Phone: 609-723-1100 FAX 609-724-7557 ATTN. Kevin Byrd David Steele (The guy who handles the transfer) Phone: 609-723-1100 FAX 609-724-7557 ATTN. Zikefoose Superiors

Traci Billingsley, chief public information officer for the entire BOP Tell this woman we are involving the press and she has a mess on her hands, thanks to the Warden at Fort Dix.

Email Public Information Office of Prisons, U.S. Department of Justice, 320 First Street

NW, Rm. 654, Washington, DC 20534; phone: 202-307-3250; fax: 202-514-6878. Federal Bureau Of Prisons Northeast Regional Office

Regional Director Joe Norwood – Complain to this guy

200 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19106-2979 (215) 521-7300



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HERO: Smedley Butler

As we now can sit back and see our liberties signed away as the NWO becomes real in Cophenhagen, let´s throw a look back in time to when the US truly was a great nation and breeding ground for heroes, great inventors and thinkers.  Here´s one…

Taken from wikipedia

Smedley Darlington Butler (July 30, 1881 – June 21, 1940), nicknamedThe Fighting Quaker” and “Old Gimlet Eye“, was a Major General in the U.S. Marine Corps and, at the time of his death was the most decorated Marine in U.S. history.

During his 34 years of Marine Corps service, Butler was awarded numerous medals for heroism including the Marine Corps Brevet Medal and the Medal of Honor twice. Notably, he is one of only 19 people to be twice awarded the Medal of Honor, one of only three to be awarded a Marine Corps Brevet Medal and a Medal of Honor, and the only person to be awarded a Marine Corps Brevet Medal and a Medal of Honor for two different actions.

In addition to his military career, Smedley Butler was noted for his outspoken anti-interventionist views, and his book War is a Racket. His book was one of the first describing the workings of the military-industrial complex, and after retiring from service, he became a popular speaker at meetings organized by veteranspacifists and church groups in the 1930s.

In 1934, he alleged to the United States Congress that a group of wealthy industrialists had plotted a military coup known as the Business Plot to overthrow the government of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The allegations were controversial.[1][2][3][4][5]

Speaking and writing career and Anti-War activity

After his retirement from the Marines in 1931, Butler took up a lucrative career on the lecture circuit. He was also part of a commission established by OregonGovernor Julius L. Meier which helped form the Oregon State Police.[23] In 1932, he ran for the U.S. Senate in the Republican primary in Pennsylvania, allied with Gifford Pinchot, but was defeated by Senator James J. Davis.[24]

Claims of the Business Plot

The Business Plot was a political conspiracy which involved wealthy businessmen plotting a coup d’état to overthrow United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1934, Butler came forward and testified to the McCormack-Dickstein Congressional committee that a group of wealthy pro-Fascist industrialists had been plotting to overthrow the government and had approached him to lead it.[5]

In March 1934, the House of Representatives authorized investigations into “un-American” activities by a special committee headed by John W. McCormack of Massachusetts and Samuel Dickstein of New York. The McCormack-Dickstein Committee investigated Smedley Butler’s allegations as well as a number of other high profile topics of the era. In the opinion of the committee these allegations were credible. One of the purported plotters, Gerald MacGuire, vehemently denied any such plot. In their report, the Congressional committee stated that it was able to confirm Butler’s statements other than the proposal from MacGuire which it considered more or less confirmed by MacGuire’s European reports.[27] However, no prosecutions or further investigations followed and some historians have questioned whether or not a coup was actually close to execution, although most agree that some sort of “wild scheme” was contemplated and discussed.[1][2][28][29][30] Media initially dismissed the plot, with a The New York Times editorial characterizing it as a “gigantic hoax;”[4] When the committee’s final report was released, the Timessaid the committee “purported to report that a two-month investigation had convinced it that General Butler’s story of a Fascist march on Washington was alarmingly true” and “It also alleged that definite proof had been found that the much publicized Fascist march on Washington, which was to have been led by Major. Gen. Smedley D. Butler, retired, according to testimony at a hearing, was actually contemplated”.[3]

The McCormack-Dickstein Committee, which was a precursor to the House Un-American Activities Committee, confirmed some of Butler’s accusations in its final report stating:

“In the last few weeks of the committee’s official life it received evidence showing that certain persons had made an attempt to establish a fascist organization in this country…There is no question that these attempts were discussed, were planned, and might have been placed in execution when and if the financial backers deemed it expedient.”[31]

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