The ILPDC and Peltier have been fairly quiet lately.
There could be several explanations; he’s preparing for the Washington State civil suit scheduled for early next year, dealing with I.R.S. issues regarding a highly questionable 501(c)3 “tax deductible” claim,* his attorneys have advised that blasting out unsupported notices to supporters is fraught with problems when they provide conflicting facts and disprovable claims, or maybe, he’s given up fighting a lost cause.
In any case we’ll just wait until Peltier goes public and sticks his prison sneakers in his mouth again.
Peltier’s Facebook page is a little stale except for a ridiculously frail article by Robert Dean of Rebel Noise. And that is exactly what it is “noise” by repeating the same “fatally flawed” alleged facts that Peltier has been peddling for years. Folklore and myth that has been debunked repeatedly and not worth the time or effort to correct here, once again.**
They did though add a little extra falsity regarding Wesley Cook.***
“In the Spirit of Coler and Williams”
* http://wwwnoparolepeltiercom-justice.blogspot.com/2019/01/peltier-public-charity-part-2-inurement.html(NPPA Blog 1/13/19)
** http://wwwnoparolepeltiercom-justice.blogspot.com/2018/03/peltier-important-reminders.html(NPPA Blog March 5, 2018)
(NPPA Blog March 8, 2019)
***A 2015 excerpt from the NPPA website:
Regarding Wesley Cook:
For those who may not be familiar with Mumia Abu Jamal: During the early morning hours of December 9, 1981, Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner was alone and arresting a motorist who then resisted. Mumia, as he is known today, shot Officer Faulkner in the back. Officer Faulkner, although wounded, was able to shoot Mumia in the chest. While on the ground, and still conscious, Mumia fired at point-blank range hitting Officer Faulkner in the face. He died instantly. Mumia, according to several witnesses who never left the scene, including the motorist himself, who happened to be Mumia's brother, testified that Mumia remained there also. Recovered next to Mumia was the murder weapon, a .38 caliber revolver, which was registered to him. According to the prosecutor the only thing they didn't have as evidence for the local (not Federal) prosecution was a videotape of the murder. Mumia was convicted and sentenced to death and in some perverse way has also become a darling of some left-wingers and celebrities. For additional details see, www.justice4danielfaulkner.com.) (In another ironic twist there have been claims that Officer Faulkner was killed by a mysterious stranger who fled the scene. Perhaps-with obvious sarcasm-this mysterious stranger is the same person, Mr. X, who Peltier claimed killed Agents Coler and Williams. (See Mr. X, The Lie; http://www.noparolepeltier.com/lie.html)
If all this sounds painfully familiar, it should.
Then there it is, clear and unequivocal, Peltier and the LPDC place Peltier in the same very close and select company as Mumia and McVeigh; cold and remorseless killers. They are now connected, rightfully so, for an even greater reason, they are all miserably guilty.