Cynthia McKinney: Did The FBI Pay a “Journalist” in 2006 to Say That I Should Be Lynched on My Way to Vote?

Found at On The Wilder Side:


I am in the Bay Area and rocking with the San Francisco Bay View newspaper. But something quite insidious is happening and I think you should know immediately how it involves my friends and me.

Hot on the heels of my learning that the Georgia Green Party might have been described by the U.S. Government as a “terrorist organization,” it has just now come to my attention that a “journalist” who suggested that I be lynched was actually being paid by our own government to say that. Now, when I reported it to the FBI, how in the world was I to know that he was at that time on the FBI’s payroll? Interesting that charges stem from his comments against Connecticut lawmakers and Illinois judges, but not from the threat made against me, a sitting Member of Congress at the time! I wonder why. To whom can I or any other innocent citizen turn when the government, itself, is the instigator? John Judge, my Congressional staffer, is the one who reported the threat. Here is what John just wrote, along with the article that reports that Turner was on the FBI payroll at the time the threat was made against me, according to Turner’s attorney. See the green highlights below:

John Judge wrote:

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8 thoughts on “Cynthia McKinney: Did The FBI Pay a “Journalist” in 2006 to Say That I Should Be Lynched on My Way to Vote?

  1. Jeremy Young

    Cynthia McKinney is insane. The idea that the FBI would waste its time harrassing her is ridiculous. She is a fringe figure in an unimportant minor party. I don’t doubt that the FBI harrasses and even assaults people whom it doesn’t like, but there’s some risk of exposure every time they do it. For that reason, they only bother with the people who are really in a position to harm them. McKinney is not, and they only harrass her in her dreams.

  2. John C

    Well, by that logic why would the FBI pay the little known racist ( and former Libertarian campaign manager) Hal Turner to say anything for any reason?

  3. Donald R. Lake

    Well, by that logic, why would the #%@$# get a little known ex marine (and former resident of the Soviet Union) to be employee’d right on the parade route of a sitting US President in November 1963 ………

    FACT: President McKinley was assassinated in the home state of the next President.

    FACT: President Kennedy was assassinated in the home state of the next President.

    FACT: Senator Kennedy was assassinated in the home state of the next President.

  4. Dave Schwab

    According to FBI records, 85% of COINTELPRO resources were expended on infiltrating, disrupting, marginalizing, and/or subverting groups suspected of being subversive,[3] such as communist and socialist organizations; the women’s rights movement; people suspected of building a “coalition of militant black nationalist groups” ranging from the Nation of Islam, The Black Panther Party and Republic of New Afrika to “those in the non-violent civil rights movement” such as Martin Luther King, Jr. and others associated with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Congress of Racial Equality, and other civil rights groups; a broad range of organizations labelled “New Left”, including Students for a Democratic Society, the National Lawyers Guild, the Weathermen, almost all groups protesting the Vietnam War, and even individual student demonstrators with no group affiliation; and nationalist groups such as those “seeking independence for Puerto Rico.”

  5. Mr. Lee X Slave

    I know most peple in this nation feel that the FBI and the government would never target Black people , however check out the” Counter Intelligence Program or ‘Conintelpro’. we are not paranoid just vigilant.

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