How Fritz Springmeier Was Framed

‘In 2003, Illuminati researcher Fritz Springmeier was sentenced to 12 years in prison on the basis of no evidence. His experience suggests that at any time the Illuminati can put away anyone who irritates them.

Springmeier was convicted because a bank robber, Forrest E. Bateman Jr. testified that Springmeier visited his house on the same day as Bateman discussed the robbery with two accomplices. Bateman received a reduced sentence for this testimony.  He did not say he had discussed the robbery with Springmeier.’

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