As some may know, Millie Weaver, the director of Shadow Gate was arrested last Friday, along with her brother and her husband. It was on the same day as the of the release of her incredibly eye-opening film, which I urge everyone to watch.
They were arrested by Portage County, Ohio authorities without a warrant, on a “secret” Grand Jury indictment for “burglary”, which is as fishy as a tuna boat at high noon. They were held over the weekend without bond until they appeared before Judge Doherty on Monday.
The arrest arose from an altercation between Weaver’s mother, visiting from California last April during the height of the COVID lockdown and her children and the destruction of the mother’s $50 cellphone.
The mother posted on Facebook over the weekend that she had long since dropped charges and was stunned to see this arrest carried out, especially due to her experience with California law enforcement, who don’t even respond to such calls.
Alex Jones, who contracted with Weaver to produce such documentaries reacted to the news of her arrest with weird claims that she had disparaged Roger Stone in her film, which was not true. As of yesterday, Jones had apparently severed business ties with Weaver.
It’s interesting how this works. People who regard Jones as a “Mossad shill” or whatever is claimed about him (and anyone associated with him) may now tend to give more credence to Weaver’s report.
Montreal litigator turned YouTuber, David Freiheit offers his insights into the technicalities of Weaver’s arrest.