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JAG Arrests THIRD Criminal Colorado Supreme Court Justice

By  Michael Baxter

February 28, 2024

The United States Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps now has custody of three of the four Colorado Supreme Court justices who tried striking President Trump’s name from the state’s primary ballot, a JAG source told Real Raw News.

As reported previously, White Hats arrested Justices Monica Marquez and William Hood in December and January, respectively, saying in a criminal affidavit that their irrational, seething hatred for President Trump engendered an atmosphere of radicalism and constitutional hatred within the state’s courts. Charged with treason and insurrection, they were sent to Guantanamo Bay to await a military tribunal, as White Hats continued chasing their still-at-large co-conspirators, Justices Melissa Heart and Richard Gabriel, the latter of whom White Hats apprehended on February 23.

According to our source and a JAG memorandum, which RRN reviewed, Gabriel had fled the United States for Belgium in January following Hood’s arrest, to which he had apparently been tipped off. White Hats opted against following him abroad because they had predicted he’d return to the roost, as do many homesick Deep Staters, and in mid-February, learned Gabriel would reenter the U.S. at the end of the month.

Although dozens of Deep Staters were caught after reentering the U.S. to see loved ones—or lascivious liaisons with consorts—Gabriel’s love of jazz (he fancies himself a musician; a “trumpeter,” amusingly)—played a part in his capture. On February 13, he wrote an email to who he thought was a longtime friend and member of the amateur jazz band to which they belonged. But the recipient reading and responding to Gabriel’s winded prose was an I.T. specialist at U.S. Army Cyber Command, replying with a combination of human ingenuity and predictive artificial intelligence.

“We’d been doing digital surveillance on his known contacts and can redirect electronic correspondence. Richard Gabriel wrote to his pal that he missed playing music with the boys and was worried the band might replace him with someone else. Cyber Command cautiously reassured him that the band missed him too and tried persuading him to come back home, posing as his friend. They did a few rounds of back and forth, and Gabriel hinted he was ready to come home, but he still hesitated. He didn’t mention anything about Trump or the court to his bandmate, but he did to the next person he contacted,” our source said.

That person was—or so he thought—Denver Second Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Christopher Baumann, a longtime non-musically inclined friend of his and a raging activist with a propensity for advocating gender-affirming care (chemical castration) for minors. Without explaining the technology, our source said ARCYBER rerouted Gabriel’s calls to Baumann to ARCYBER’s Fort Gordon headquarters and answered Gabriel’s inquiries using Baumann’s voice and vernacular, and even produced a facsimile of Baumann when Gabriel requested a FaceTime call.

“We’ve learned to adopt the Deep State’s less ethical tactics,” our source said. “Eventually the conversation got around to Gabriel asking about Hood and Marquez, if they’d really been arrested. ARCYBER conned him into believing that it was fake news, that they really went hiding to avoid Trump’s people and were now back on the bench, wondering about him. ARCYBER told him it was safe to come back because Trump was in deep shit and could no longer afford to chase down his enemies, and Gabriel bought the ruse.”

On February 23, Gabriel returned to Denver International Airport, where JAG criminal investigators awaited him. They allowed him to leave the airport and rent a car before pursuing him along Pena Blvd toward downtown Denver. They’d been prepared to sideswipe him, to send his car careening off the road, but Gabriel simplified their mission by stopping at a convenience store a mile from the airport, in the northeast suburb of Montbello. He spent five minutes in the store and returned to his rental, only to find himself staring into an open window, behind which sat, in the driver’s seat, a JAG investigator pointing a pistol at Gabriel’s forehead. As he turned to flee on foot, three more investigators advanced on him from behind and placed him in handcuffs.

Our source said Gabriel will soon join Hood and Marquez at Guantanamo Bay.

We asked our source why JAG hasn’t yet held tribunals for the other two.

“Because Admiral Crandall will try them jointly. And that means we need all four, and we’ll have Melissa Heart soon enough,” he said.

By Cloudy Dragon

Anonymous, Ph.D.: Grew up China and Japan; Studied Post-College in the U.S. with 2 Master degrees & a Ph. D.

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