An e-mail from David Olofson's attorney:
From: "William J. Olson"
To: "Larry Pratt"
Cc: Herbert Titus; Bob Sanders; John Miles; David Hardy; Stewart Rhodes
Sent: Tuesday, October 13, 2009 10:35 AM
Subject: Olofson -- Sup Ct Denial of Petition for Cert
This morning, the Supreme Court denied David Olofson's Petition for a Writ of Certiorari (as usual, without comment). The Court's Order is attached (the Olofson order is listed on p. 4). -- Bill.
My thoughts on this outrage.
Thus, in the scant few words of the e-mail above, does the Supreme Court confirm that it is impossible to get a fair trail in federal court where ATF misconduct is concerned, and that now the most that any of us can hope for when approached by ATF agents is an unfair gun fight.
So be it.
The time will come, when all the horrible unintended consequences of this case play out, that ATF agents will fervently curse the name of their fellow agent Jody Keeku and her vendetta under color of law against David Olofson. Nothing else the ATF has done in its long sordid history has marked them as an unconstitutional, feral gang of thugs like this case. No, not even Waco. For after all, at Waco it was the FBI and Delta who committed the final mass murder of the Davidians (albeit in the ATF's name).
But this, THIS, was deliberate misconduct -- cold, calculated, buttressed and defended -- by the entire system, upheld by two Justice Departments in two administrations of both parties. The evil, and it IS evil, is upon them all.
For now, my fellow Three Percenters, we watch and wait. But be alert and be advised. The Supreme Court has just confirmed that you cannot count on a fair trial in the federal system. That limits an honest man's options rather severely.
Oh, yes, they and their putative masters will one day viciously curse the name of Jody Keeku. You may depend upon it. And they will have no one to blame but themselves. The stupid, tyrannical bastards. They just invoked the Law of Unintended Consequences, and they will, in time, be convicted under it and be punished by it.
And in the background, mockingly, they will hear the spectral echo of the voice of Frank Zappa across the decades . . .
"Do you love it?
Do you hate it?
There it is,
The way you made it."
PS: Something else they can thank Jody Keeku for -- it was the Olofson case that got me off the sidelines and back into the cold war with the federales. Way to go, Jody!