Judge Long Spills his Guts (2010)
Seven years ago in Boulder, Colorado, Municipal Court Judge William H. Long ‘died of a heart attack’ at age 70, according to his obituary in the Boulder Daily Camera.
I got the following information in an anonymous letter a few days ago and Carol agreed with me that it ought to be published immediately, so I’m copying the ten typed pages, here, probably in three installments. If someone is capable of making this into a PDF (and will generously donate his/her time), please contact me at [email protected] and I’ll then make it into a link on the ethericwarriors.com homepage. It’s pretty clear evidence that the entire system of government can’t be fixed, is obsolete and overly centralized and needs to be completely replaced, in my opinion, in order for us to have peace and prosperity in the world.
Note the abundance of very juicy orgonite targets in the document! I’ll make a list of locations as I’m typing, then I’ll post them after the last installment. God willing, Carol and I will do some of those next summer but if some locals will also commit to it, the job can be quite thoroughly done and I’m sure some dramatic confirmations throughout Colorado and probably beyond will follow. It’s a key state in the old corporate, global parasitic agenda, after all.
To Whom it May Concern,
I am writing this because I am confident that the Boulder authorities know that I am one of the 9 to 12 people who spoke at length with retired (Lyons) Municipal Judge William H. Long, in the last 2 and a half years of his life.
The judge frequented the Trident Café in Boulder (coffee house) some 2 to 3 days a week. He spoke more at length to 5 of us, sometimes in Lyons. He spoke even more to two (older) gentlemen (of us five), and allowed those two to take notes. After a few meetings with Judge Long, it dawned on me to ask about taking notes and I started to take notes just after I would have coffee with the retired judge.
I feel that at some point in time I may be harassed or attacked for being with the judge while he was spilling the beans. If prosecuted for anything, I may get overwhelmed and railroaded in the case, even to be made a patsy in a contrived felony with falsely constructed evidence. More than a few times, Judge Long spoke of prosecutors’ (and police’) ability to fabricate evidence, with ‘the FBI being masters of fabricating documents since 1950 or so." he said that most every prosecutor can get "a variety of assistance, legal or illegal, from the FBI and NSA, especially if the case concerns a whistleblower.’
He spoke about cellphone technology: 'As long as our phone is picked up by at least two towers, they know where you’re at to within a meter. the cops who told me this were amazingly arrogant about it. George Orwell deserves royalty payments.
“Boulder Police have five suitcase-sized units that duplicate cell tower capability. They have mobility to track you to your back pocket. They got those in '03.” I later found out that the units are called, “Stingray.” Bill referred us to the movie, Enemy of the State , for a "very small sample of NSA techniques and treacheries.’
About the FBI: “Look at their coverup in Omaha, the Franklin Savings and Loan, and the absolute mess connected with that; dead witnesses, fabricated prison sentences, the whole enchilada. (Former FBI guy) Ted Gunderson researched that and a guy named Webster Tarpley. Read everything you can get from Gunderson. the Boulder library has Tarpley’s book ( Unauthorized Biography of GHW Bush ).”
Bill said that if a whistleblower is desperately wanted, that he will be followed anywhere and everywhere, and that there is always extra (untraceable) money available (often in cash), "to inspire the assistance of any jurisdiction.’
He assured me that the jury rooms are bugged in most of the judicial districts in Colorado so the prosecutor and judge are forewarned of the decisions of the jury.
Judge Long said that all state troopers (and a few select Colorado cities and counties) have electronic gear that does illegal searches (“density meter,” infrared, etc.; density meter since at least 1996). “A density meter can look into a house or a car and detect gun metal, money to the dollar, agriculture-based drugs and powdered drugs; has a range of 250 feet.”
“All troopers are well-rehearsed in coercion and intimidation to facilitate a physical search after their illegal search.” “They’ll especially pull you over if they detect $3,000 or more, or firearms.” “…uses a gamma emitter of some sort.”
“I hope you’ve noticed the overly aggressive new laws concerning on-site forfeiture…”
The Colorado State Troopers have “a stable of thirty-something who are trained for one-on-one espionage, sabotage, baiting; and a hundred men who act as spies.” “The spy guys will work the homeless shelters and street scenes around the state to get a sense of what those folks are thinking. They’re also on the hill (college area of Boulder), hangouts like Penny Lane (past Boulder coffee shop) and the malls.”
Bill spoke of the training of trooper drug search dogs. He said that every dog has “a specific button to push” that gets the dog to make his signal for drugs in a car. The button may be a sound made by the trooper or a movement of the trooper’s foot.
The times when he spoke of “the treachery of authority,” he always seemed to scan the group, as though to see their reactions to this back-door corruption, which he said is “a standard option for prosecution.”
He claimed that “Congress and the White House are all for show,” and he was always adamant that “the intelligence agencies, the Pentagon and the military-industrial complex illegally run our country and they only answer to the banking system.”
He seemed to have little reservation with most of the details that he shared with us, as he appeared a bit disgusted and even angry about a sizable portion of his career. He often spoke of a well-hidden system of untaxed payments to trust accounts of judges, prosecutors and many elected politicians and appointed officials. “Some of them hide this illegal income from their spouses.” With his painful grin, he told us to notice when someone gets in such a “position of public-service authority,” they always try to stay there–for the clandestine money as much as for the power. He said he had spent the last four years of his career “researching the depths of this tax-free cash cow.”
My thought about why he chose to speak of these things is that he said he felt it was either of three judges who he’s confident arranged to put the cancer in his food at dinner, suggesting that he was being murdered.
About him telling us of the hidden money, I told him that I’d heard that former District Attorney Alex Hunter lived out off of Cheryvale, but that two tradesmen have told me that Hunter also had a place up Lefthand Canyon. I asked him if this would be the place where Hunter accepted his trust-account, untaxed clandestine mortgage payments. Judge Long seemed surprised that I knew about that place. Bill said Hunter has another illicit mortgage in New Mexico, "…that’s where he hangs out, these days; or should I say, ‘hides out?’ "
Bill said that if the taxless payola mortgage payments went to a rental property, that “Four Star Realty seems to be the property management firm of choice.”
He said that Hunter also made additional money with his handling of illicit drugs (into Boulder) earlier in his tenure. Bill claimed that Boulder Police detectives took control of importing those hard drugs around 1991 and that Boulder Police have brought marijuana into Boulder since at least 1968.
Judge Long said that it is a Chinese gang that now supplies hard drugs and pot to the Boulder Police detectives for them (and select officers) to distribute to local street dealers. At one point, the Chinese gang “wanted a ‘presence’ on the Boulder police force, so you will now find a boulder detective with a Chinese name” (Detective Cho). Bill said that three sources (one being a letter carrier) have told him that the major delivery point for hard drugs from the detectives is probably the Section Eight housing at 34th and Valmont; the late-night dropoffs in a couple of the overly-numerous parked cars on that side of the street. Dealers (in as many as three apartments) living there supply about 85% of the drugs available to the college and “Hill” area.
Judge Bill was “still curious” about exactly how the Chinese gang move their drugs but he was told that “Walmart (trucks), J.B. Hunt and Schneider (trucking firms) are big in the drug transport business.”
Bill said that if an honest cop busts “an approved drug seller, that case gets watered down or it just gets ‘disappeared’.”
He said that Police Chief Beckner is “kept in place because, for the most part, he’s a chump and that it is always two deputy chiefs who run the dirty operations, along with the detectives running the drugs.” “Boulder Police takes counsel from the D.A., who is complicit with the drug running and gets his cut.”
Per our lengthy exchanges on this matter, the various groups at the café(s) were convinced of the reality of this long-running untaxed clandestine payola conspiracy, of Boulder police detectives’ drug dealing and of Hunter’s absolute corruption. Hunter won’t find any friends at the Trident or in Lyons.
I told Bill that I’ve read about extra hidden money that cities, counties and states have and he confirmed that this is “the main part of the package.” In fact, it is cities, and sometimes counties, that hold these clandestine mortgages to conceal the untaxed transfer of funds from the eyes of the normal banking system.
This fits well, as it is hidden investment profit money from cities, states, etc., that pay to the hidden mortgages that are titled to secretive trust accounts of “the thieving public officials.” “It’s only natural that cities are the ones to hold those (hidden) mortgages.”
He said that this setup is so pervasive, nationwide, that it is “a well-oiled and well-connected conspiracy system that communicates very well between its members.” It is fully self-sustaining because every member of the system is self-sufficient, per every member’s heavy investment in the stock market. If there are any weak links in the system, the bulk of the rest of the system can easily assist with the temporary shortfall of a member’s “local payola responsibility.”
“It’s the nameless, forgotten city auditors who keep the second set of books.” He said, “Goldman Sachs does the lion’s share of investing for these institutional investors so of course they get the lion’s share of any available inside political tips.”
We spoke of how a 2008 presidential candidate quipped, “I don’t know how many houses I have.” It came out the next day that he has nine. Two days later, it came out that he has 14. All of us joked and speculated about how much monthly clandestine, tax-free payola a long-entrenched U.S. Senator receives.
Members of the hidden conspiracy of this untaxed profit scheme are cities, counties, states, municipal and state retirement funds, etc. This is the background for the phrase, “You can’t beat City Hall” (in the courts), because “judges and prosecutors are the main recipients” of the untaxed distribution of clandestine payments–from the city halls. He said, “This aspect of the scheme is not to be underestimated.” “Every recipient of these hidden goods is a criminal, and a whore to that well-conspired system. There’s probably not enough prison cells for the lot of them.” “I’ve never seen a dime of this. I’m told that only a handful of municipal judges in Colorado are in on it; a couple in Colorado Springs and Denver are.”
Judge Bill claimed, “As long as the real thieves hold the keys to the cops, the courts and the legislatures America will be a parasitic cesspool.” “It’s the best protected and probably the largest crime syndicate in the history of North America.”