Free Schuyler Barbeau


Free Schuyler Barbeau

FREE Schuyler Barbeau!

THEN JASON PATRICK ARRESTED TRYING TO FILM COURT DATE! PLEAE CALL THEM AND EXPRESS YOUR CONCERNS! HAS NO CRIMINAL RECORD! Case No. MJ1500542 Current Booking#215033291 Seattle Washington! King county jail 206-296-0100
US district court 206-370-8400
US marshals 206-370-8600
206-870-5700 His Public Defender is Dennis Carroll (206) 553-1100. His Birth-date July 20, 1986
As many of you know , on December 6th 2015 , Patriot and Marine Schuyler Barbeau and fellow patriot Allen Anek, both of Washington, were on their way back to Allen's Ranch, where Schuyler had been staying , they were traveling on their way to the coast to retrieve a rescued war dog. After picking up the dog , they started their return trip, on their way home, Schuyler got a text to meet a personal friend at a location along their route home near I-90 and highway 18 in Washington , which Schuyler agreed too. When they arrived at the meeting place, they saw the car that belonged to his friend, but could not locate their friend. Shortly there after they were both surrounded by Federal Agents (FBI). Requests for warrants were unsuccessful, and none was presented. The agents claimed that he was in unlawful possession of a firearm (An 80% lower Short Barreled Rifle SBR with no tax stamp). Schuyler was arrested and taken into custody and placed in the King county correctional facility , while being held for transfer to the U.S. Marshall's. No weapon of the such was recovered from the vehicle.
Allen was detained for over three hours. Allen Declined to allow the search of his vehicle but they conducted one anyway. Again, no warrant presented.
In the meantime, back home at Allen's Ranch, approximately 35 FBI agents and U.S. Marshals arrived and confronted Allen's wife, treating her roughly, she ended up handcuffed and thrown into the mud while they proceeded to flash bang the entire home ,breaking out windows, cutting locks and chains through out the 45 acre ranch. After an extensive search that produced nothing, they finally served the wife with the search warrant, which described that the search was for explosives. Again nothing was found at the residence.
After being released, Allen returned home to find broken windows, torn paneling off the walls, caved in door and a long list of other damage.
The court proceedings started at (Monday December 7th, 2:00pm ) at the US District Court in Seattle.
Several patriots from Washington and Oregon were present at the court during the proceeding, one of our own Patriots, Jason Patrick, was messaging his network and taking notes on his phone, which was permitted per the court room rules, when he was confronted and told he couldn't record the proceedings, he informed the agent that he wasn't recording, the agent insisted that he relinquish his phone, in which he declined to do. At which point several other agents joined the first and detained the patriot in handcuffs and confiscated his phone. Finally releasing him shortly thereafter and keeping his phone without his consent.
The attorney was informed that Allen's and his wife have had complaints filed against them for "hiding" evidence and obstructing justice although the warrant served on the ranch the day prior produced nothing.
A Detention hearing is scheduled for 10:00am next Monday the 14th. He could possibly released into Allen custody at that time.
We will support Schuyler and work for his release, but I ask that
His Public Defender is Dennis Carroll (206) 553-1100.

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Comment by Ken Shostad on March 23, 2018 at 7:21pm

There are no updates on this matter and the web site is no longer working...

Anyone know what is happening on this case?

Comment by Cascadia Corps on December 29, 2015 at 11:15am

Absolutely. Thank you.


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