Samuel Whittemore (1694 – February 3, 1793) was a farmer. He was eighty years old and living in Menotomy, Massachusetts (present-day Arlington) when he became the oldest known colonial combatant in the American Revolutionary War. Previously, he had already served as an officer in the British Army during King George’s War and the French and Indian War.
On April 19, 1775, British forces were returning to Boston from the Battles of Lexington and Concord, Continue reading →
Okanogan County WA – On the evening of June 17, 2015, 48-year-old Richard Alan Finegold of Stanwood WA made a pathetic, yet well set-up 911 call to the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office. He claimed that he had discovered there were “squatters” at a property he owns, located at 36 E. Sourdough Road in Tonasket, WA. Dispatch sent the complaint out as a “Burglary.”
Facts Behind the Curtain – James Faire’s False Prosecution
“A young con man seeking revenge for the death of his partner teams up with a master of the big con to secure a fortune” — IMDB Plot synopsis to ‘The Sting’
By Doug Parris Investigative Reporter
Okanogan County, Washington – On June 19, 2015, Okanogan Sheriff Frank Rogers held a press conference to announce he had detained “squatters” who, after being confronted by the owner of a property in Tonasket, Washington, had intentionally run over a woman twice. That tale went viral in the drive-by media incriminating James and Angela Faire as a public relations exercise; in Okanogan, all over Washington, in newspapers and TV, and nationally via the Southern Poverty Law Center (Marxist-Leninist). Continue reading →
An op-ed in the New York Times yesterday highlights one of the most egregious examples of corrupt county prosecutors … as you read, ask yourself why James Faire, whom the evidence exonerates, continues to sit in the Okanogan County jail.Continue reading →