Son of U.P. Politician Famed for Dropping a Dime on Oklahoma City Bomber Terry Nichols Busted in Capitol HateMob Riot

Westland (or Wixom - WTF?) Man Busted for Insurrection and Viciously Assaulting Cops 

Michigan's Farm Team for Domestic Terrorism graduates another pair of self-styled "patriots." 


10/5/2021   U.S. Capitol police arrest Michigan man after reports of suspicious vehicle, by Beth LeBlanc, The Detroit News

U.S. Capitol Police said they were investigating a suspicious vehicle about 9:30 a.m. Tuesday after a man pulled his Chevy Tahoe in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, where the justices were set to hear arguments in a Michigan case starting at 10 a.m.


Deputy Chief Jason Bell said Tuesday that when officials approached the man's vehicle he "made a statement to the effect of, 'The time for talking is done.'"


10/5/2021   Supreme Court hears arguments in Michigan case of prisoner seeking new trial, by Melissa Nann Burke, The Detroit News


10/4/2021   Justices to hear case of Michigan prisoner seeking new trial after jurors saw him shackled, by Milissa Nann Burke, The Detroit News


9/26/2021   Michigan man pleads guilty to Vermont school shooting threat, Associated Press, The Detroit Press


The FBI "Drop a Dime on a Domestic Terrorist" Fan Page

Here are photos of dozens of unidentified - and identified and arrested - Capitol Insurrectionists. 

$50,000 reward for the pipe bomber planter..

You'll notice a terrible sameness in the faces of the deadly mob.

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Michael Foy, it is alleged, shown beating Capitol Police Officers in this U.S. Attorney's Office photo

1/25/2021   Feds: Michigan man struck cops at least 10 times with hockey stick in Capitol riot, by Tresa Baldas and Gina Kaufman, Detroit Free Press

"Michael Foy is among the most violent of the rioters that day," Assistant U.S. Attorney Hank Moon argued at the hearing, which came one day after the government drafted a detailed account of Foy's alleged actions.


"Images and video taken at the Capitol show Foy attacking officers guarding the doors. The scene is chaotic, graphic, and brutal. Rioters hurled projectiles at the officers and physically assaulted them, often using weapons like poles, bottles, and in Foy’s case, a hockey stick," prosecutors wrote in a court filing, arguing Foy was more than a "bystander" in the violent protest, he was a leader.


[ His attorney argued that he was a helpless mama's boy who should be allowed to return home so his mommy could care for him.]


1/21/2021   Michigan Man with Hockey Stick Wrapped in Trump 2020 Flag Was Arrested for ‘Attacking’ Police, Unlawfully Entering Capitol, by Matt Naham, Law & Crime

Hockey Stick Man, who was photographed a number of times and recorded on Jan. 6 as Trump supporters stormed the Capitol, attacking police as they did so, has been identified by the FBI as Michael Joseph Foy of Michigan.


Authorities say that the defendant was arrested on Thursday in the Eastern District of Michigan and that he has been hit with several federal charges.


The heavily illustrated charging document: FBI Statement of Facts


1/21/2021   FBI arrests Wixom man accused of hockey stick assault at U.S. Capitol storming, by Beth LeBlanc, The Detroit News

Michael Joseph Foy was arrested and appeared Thursday before Eastern District of Michigan U.S. District Magistrate Judge David Grand via Zoom from an unidentified Detroit courtroom.


1/21/2021   Westland (Metro Detroit) man charged in assault of police officer with hockey stick during Capitol Riot, Jack Nissen, FOX2 Detroit

Michael Joseph Foy was identified by the FBI through news tips and footage collected by several media outlets, where footage shows him swinging a hockey stick at a police officer on the ground.


He's been charged with several felonies, including obstruction of law enforcement, forcibly assault, resist, oppose, impede, intimidate, or interfere with any officer of the United States, aiding and abetting, and the obstruction of an official proceeding of Congress.


In a YouTube video identified by the FBI, it shows Foy "striking a group of Metropolitan Police Officer (MPD) assisting in the protection of the U.S. Capitol who had been knocked down and dragged into the crowd of rioters."


Foy hits the officer for approximately 16 seconds before he's knocked down by another rioter.


1/21/2021   Michigan county official shows gun after criticism of public meeting featuring Proud Boys, FOX2 Detroit

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) - A Grand Traverse County Commissioner displayed a rifle during an online meeting in response to a citizen's comments about a far-right extremist group, drawing outrage from some local residents.


During a public comment period, a local woman, Kelli MacIntash, criticized the board for allowing self-described members of the Proud Boys to speak at a commission meeting last year and urged commission Chairman Rob Hentschel to denounce them. The neo-fascist group is known for engaging in violent clashes at political rallies and some of its members took part in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.


Two self-described members of the Proud Boys spoke to the county board last March in support of a pro-Second Amendment resolution the panel adopted.

Clous said he won’t denounce any group, including Black Lives Matter, the NFL, or LBGTQ organizations.


"The only thing I know about them (Proud Boys) is when they came and spoke to us," Clous said. "They were probably the most respected folks that got up and talked. They were decent guys and they treated us with respect."


Proud Boys has been labeled a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center and an extremist group by the FBI.


Hentschel, the board chairman, laughed in response to Clous’ actions and said he had no problem with what Clous did.

Who needs tourism, eh?


1/21/2021   Northern Michigan man charged with violent entry during Capitol Riot, Associated Press

The FBI said Dresch's social media activity on Jan. 6, especially photos, led investigators to him. He posted several messages and joked about the use of tear gas by police at the Capitol.

1/19/2021   Son of Michigan ex-lawmaker arrested; feds say he joined Capitol insurrection, by Robert Snell, Mark Hicks and Beth LeBlanc, The Detroit News

Karl Dresch is the son of former state lawmaker Rep. Stephen Dresch, R-Hancock, according to public records. Dresch, who passed away in 2006, served in the state House of Representatives from 1990-92, when he unsuccessfully ran for Congress.


A former business and economics dean at Michigan Tech University, Stephen Dresch helped expose fraud by an investment arm of the university as he was entering the Legislature. As a legislator, he was a vocal critic of a 1993 House Fiscal Agency scandal in which $300,000 was spent for unauthorized employee bonuses and legal fees by the agency.


In 2005, Stephen Dresch tipped off the FBI and members of Congress to explosives that were hidden in the former home of Terry Nichols, a Michigan resident convicted as an accomplice to Timothy McVeigh in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.


The former lawmaker owned a firm called Forensic Intelligence International and came by the information through advocacy work with mobster Gregory Scarpa Jr., who was being held in the same prison as Nichols.


"Made In Michigan" 



The FBI Domestic Terrorist Fan Page

Here are photos of dozens of unidentified - and identified - and arrested - Capitol Insurrectionistas.  $50,000 reward for the pipe bomber planter..

You'll notice a terrible sameness in the faces of the mob.