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Cheyenne Wyoming Man Dylan Carter Corio one of 31 Arrested In Idaho “Patriot Front” U-Haul Tip-Off

“Can the federal government take credit for saving us from a plot of its own creation?… If you ask the leadership of the FBI… it will tell you that it, the FBI, has foiled about 17 plots to kill Americans during the past 10 years. What it will not tell you is that there have been 20 foiled
plots, and of them, three were interrupted by members of the public. The 17 that were interrupted by the feds were created by the feds.”—Judge Andrew Napolitano.

Napolitano made those comments on his former Fox Business show Freedom Watch in 2013. By the looks of things, the FBI continues its corrupt practice of entrapment and staging false flag events to paint American citizens in a certain light.

The latest possible example is the arrest of 31 members of the so-called “Patriot Front” in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho on Saturday. The individuals were arrested on misdemeanor charges of conspiracy to riot as police alleged they were going to disrupt a sodomite pride event.
Among the arrested was a 21-year-old Wyoming man who was identified as Dylan Carter Corio of Cheyenne by the Casper Star-Tribune.

However, statements made by officers on the scene on Saturday compared to those made at a Monday press conference suggest the group “Patriot Front” may just be a law enforcement suggests created group, specifically the FBI.

A video was posted on the North Country Off Grid YouTube page over the weekend in which bystanders looked on and took videos of the arrest. All of those arrested were taken from the back of a U-Haul truck presumably bringing them to the sodomite event.

The individuals are all dressed in what appears to be a uniform with the same shirts and khaki pants as well as full-face masks. They all were kneeling in formation with their hands cuffed behind their backs with the masks remaining on as onlookers watched.
“I’m just wondering how they’re getting arrested when technically they haven’t committed a crime?” one onlooker asked an officer. Another asked if a group of freedom-loving Americans assembled at the park if they would be arrested for conspiracy to riot?

An officer, whose name badge shows David Hagar who is a captain with the Coeur d’Alene Police Department, said there were spears and shield in the U-Haul which is why they were arrested even though no actual riot had taken place.

Although it could have been a slip of the tongue, Hagar also said that there were 33 people in the back of the U-Haul, yet only 31 were charged. Another bystander asked: “Do you know what the original stop was for?”

Haggar said “for that,” referring to the spears and shields, which led to another asking: “But how did you know they had that?” Hagar said: “We have informants.”

At Monday’s press conference, Police Chief Lee White denied there were any inside informants stating the police pulled the U-Haul over after a 9-1-1 call.

That’s an interesting statement. Can a 9-1-1 caller just call police, give a description of a vehicle and make allegations and the police are then allowed to pull them over and search the vehicle? The idea that the local police had their own informant inside is the only one that makes sense and that would make it a legal stop to begin with, but White denied it when asked by a citizen who
asked about the intel leading up and when the feds got involved.

“We didn’t have any information about Patriot Front coming prior to the individual caller who called us on Saturday,” White said. He added that there was no “intelligence that there was going to be a riotous group coming to this event,” yet his police officers were all ready in riot gear when the arrests occurred.

The citizen followed up by noting the video of Hagar stating they had “informants” to which White said “you’re completely mistaken” as he claimed he did not know of any such comments being made. The video does exist (check here), and it is hard to believe the police chief would be unaware of such a statement from a captain days after the event. White goes on to quickly shut down the citizen’s questioning stating it was a “press conference,” and he was not “press.” Nobody from the bought and paid for “professional” press asked any
important questions. Also to be noted, the First Amendment protection for the freedom of the press is granted to all citizens, not just so-called “credentialed” media.

The questions posed by the citizen are important ones to be answered if the people are ever to find an answer to how much the FBI and law enforcement agencies in general are involved in setting up citizens. Remember, the so-called kidnapping plot of Michigan’s Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, which was used by the propaganda media to show how dangerous people who don’t like tyranny are, was found to be a clear case of FBI entrapment by a jury earlier this year.

Also, a free documentary at j6truth.org shows never before seen footage of the January 6 so-called “insurrection” which suggests FBI entrapment. As for “Patriot Front,” The Gateway Pundit has reported extensively on this mysterious group over the last year showing evidence to suggest they are trained members of the FBI. They appear to be used to paint conservative and real patriot groups as “white supremacists” and “Nazis.”

As for Saturday’s event, photos have been placed side by side showing the formation the “Patriot Front” members were kneeling while they were being arrested was the same as FBI members who were undergoing training.

To be clear, we can not say definitively that “Patriot Front” is an FBI group designed to entrap
Americans and smear conservatives. But if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s most
likely a duck.
It sure feels like it, but we will never know unless the mainstream media and local law
enforcement stop acting as a protection racket for the corrupt system. In the meantime, citizens,
don’t be afraid to ask questions yourself. It’s your right, and you may just might get them to blurt
out the truth.

Seth Hancock
Seth Hancockhttp://wyomingnews.tv
Seth Hancock has worked in professional journalism for over 15 years, primarily in local news for a community newspaper, Examiner Publications, in Bartlett, IL. Along with Wyoming News, he has been a contributor for The Liberty Loft and The Defender. Seth has a B.A. in journalism from Western Illinois University.

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