July 17, 2015 5:00 pm -


Anomaly has it at FreakOutNation:

A St. Louis man accused of plotting to kill police officers during the Ferguson protests in order to provoke violence also spoke of his plan to glue a gun to an African-American’s hand to get him shot by officers, according to what an FBI agent’s testimony Thursday in federal court.

From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:

Special Agent Ankur Patel’s testimony came in a hearing on defense lawyer Matthew Radefeld’s motion to toss out evidence against David Michael Hagler, 53. U.S. Magistrate Judge Noelle Collins asked for additional briefs before ruling…

In an interview, Radefeld cautioned that many of the claims against Hagler were just talk.

“Are his statements racist or prejudiced? Well, yeah,” he said. “I don’t think they’re very flattering comments.” But he said there is no evidence “that he would ever follow through with any of that.”

The informers’ claims about Hagler’s plans to harm police led to the raid and the discovery of about two dozen guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition. He faces charges of machine gun possession, making false statements during the purchase of a gun, possession of firearms after having been convicted of a domestic assault and possession of firearms by a marijuana user.




D.B. Hirsch
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