Navy Veteran Files Complaint Against Seditionist “Fogbow” Group With Sheriff – Gets Moved To Homeland Security
You may recall several reports over the past year or so that involve Navy veteran Walter Fitzpatrick, a retired US Navy Commander. Those reports were largely targeting Robert Mueller for his involvement in framing a man on gun charges. Fitzpatrick filed a complaint against a seditionist group known as “FOGBOW,” which were actively involved in the previous matter, with the Wake County North Carolina Sheriff’s Office in July of this year. This month, he received a response that the complaint was forwarded on to the Department of Justice’s Office of the Inspector General who then forwarded it on to the Office of Inspector General for Homeland Security.
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The “FOGBOW” community is headed by William Littel Bryan and Fitzpatrick names them as those involved in “outlawed conduct.”
According to Fitzpatrick, the members have engaged in “racketeering, obstruction of justice, fabricating evidence, constructive fraud, fraud, tortious judicial interference, cyber stalking, cyber bullying, bearing false witness, computer hacking, acts of political violence, felony criminal mischief, felony criminal endangerment, and endangerment of children.”
The complaint alleges that Bryan and “FOGBOW” are “directly responsible in the manufacturing of a domestic terrorism staged street theater event.”
Fitzpatrick claims that innocent people the FOGBOW community attacked continued to suffer injuries and harm to this day.
According to Mr. Fitzpatrick, the offenses committed by FOGBOW “involves repeated conduct in a more than decade old persistent campaign in the use of electronic mail and communication to continually harass, intimidate, embarrass, control and bully political opponents.”
Additionally, Bryan is named as being “personally responsible for inflicting personal injury and harm and emotional distress and financial distress.” Fitzpatrick also asserts the group engages in threats, defamation, slander and libel.
Specifically, Mr. Fitzpatrick claims this group attacks America’s military veterans.
FOGBOW, according to Fitzpatrick, “is an extreme, malicious leftist internet social mob working in concert with weaponized, socialized governments to target and injure political opponents.”
Specifically, he referenced their involvement in Tennessee approximately ten years ago stating, “In that time these criminal miscreants, with their law enforcement partners, are directly responsible, by their own admissions, in causing the false arrest, wrongful prosecution, wrongful conviction and illegal federal incarceration of an innocent Navy veteran.”
He also lays out the timeline and what the group engaged in. Additionally, he does have audio evidence and photographic evidence of his allegations, which we have reported on previously and to which I will link here.
- Navy Vet Claims Robert Mueller’s FBI Agent Perjured Himself In This Affidavit While Framing Man On Gun Charges
- Seditionist “Fogbow” Group Worked Hand In Glove With Robert Mueller To Frame Navy Veterans
- Documents: Robert Mueller Accused Of Framing Georgia Man On Gun Charge
Mr. Fitzpatrick has also named Mueller and Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah as traitors in a filing.
He has also seen to it the Mueller is the subject of at least 4 criminal complaints, of which the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations is a part of investigating.
By the way, remember when author Jerome Corsi was being attacked by the Mueller probe? Well, Corsi was aware of the TBI investigation and the complaint filed by Fitzpatrick against Mueller, but apparently didn’t have to bring that information out at the time.
Fitzpatrick’s complaint was notarized on the 12th of July. He also cc’ed a cover letter to Attorney General Bill Barr, the DOJ Inspector General, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Internal Affairs Division, and McMinn County Tennessee Sheriff’s Department Internal Affairs.
A letter dated September 6, 2019, was then sent to him from the Office of Inspector General informing him that his complaint had been forwarded to DHS Office of Inspector General in Washington, DC, to which further correspondence was to be addressed.
Below is the complaint filed and the response letter.
Article posted with permission from Sons Of Liberty Media