Did the FBI just try to recruit a mentally ill man to carry out a right-wing terrorist plot?

Thursday, August 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Isabelle Z.
Thursday, August 24, 2017

When the FBI announces that they have foiled a terrorist plot, many of us heave a huge sigh of relief and feel thankful that they are working so hard to keep all of us safe. However, some people are concerned that entrapment plays a role in some of these arrests, and a recent case involving a mentally ill man is raising a lot of questions.

Jerry Drake Varnell is a 23-year-old schizophrenic who was accused of plotting to bomb a bank. FBI documents show that he subscribed to a type of right-wing ideology known as “Three Percenter,” which is devoted to exposing injustice and corruption. According to journalist Matt Agorist, federal documents show that the young man drove what he thought was a stolen van that was carrying a 1,000-pound bomb of ammonium nitrate to blow up a bank in Oklahoma City.

While no sane person would ever condone bombing a bank for any reason or defend someone for doing so, Varnell’s parents have called out the FBI for continuing to groom him despite knowing he was a paranoid schizophrenic. According to his family, he had been declared unfit mentally to live on his own. They feel that the FBI’s mind game tactics led him to commit an act that he otherwise would not have.

They say their son did not have a job, a car, or money; he didn’t even have a driver’s license. They report that he has been in and out of mental hospitals since the age of 16 and has had several “serious full-blown schizophrenic delusional episodes.” Had the FBI not picked him up from his home and given him a vehicle and a fake bomb, they feel there is no way he would have had the means to commit such an act.

Moreover, they allege that they suspected something was amiss with the informant who had been contacting their son and asked him to leave their son alone, but he continued sneaking into their home. They suspect the informant persisted in hopes of having his criminal record cleared.

They feel the FBI should have noticed how mentally ill their son was and sought hospitalization and conspiracy charges rather than pushing to see if he would go through with the plot. They say there are other facts about the case they do not wish to publicize that support their son.

It’s becoming a recurring theme

According to former CIA case officer and Marine Corps intelligence officer David Steele, such actions are not uncommon. He is quoted by the Activist Post as saying that many terrorists are actually “false flag terrorists” who are created by our security services.

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