Domestic terrorist Schaeffer Cox request for appeal denied.

By |2018-06-14T14:42:40+00:00June 14th, 2018|Categories: Alaska, News|Tags: , , , , |13 Comments

Courtesy of KTUU:

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of a former Fairbanks militia leader convicted of conspiring to kill federal officials.

The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports Schaeffer Cox’s appeal was among the more than 150 petitions to the court rejected without explanation Monday.

Cox, an advocate for gun rights and the anti-government sovereign citizen ideology, was convicted of nine felonies by an Anchorage jury in 2012.

The charges included conspiracy to murder federal officials, solicitation to murder federal officials and charges of owning and conspiring to own illegal weapons.

You know if your crime is threatening to kill federal judges, you might not want to hang a lot of your hopes on a federal judge being sympathetic to your plight. 

Just saying. 

However, all may not be lost. 

With Donald Trump in office, there is always the chance of a pardon. 

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  1. Anonymous June 14, 2018 at 6:14 am

    Spitting image of Jesus, isn’t he?
    Maybe Queen Esther II can put in a good word.

  2. Hedgewytch June 14, 2018 at 6:36 am

    Interesting how his personal style has changed since jail. Wonder if he was sad he can’t wear his sporty cap anymore?

  3. anonymous June 14, 2018 at 6:56 am

    OT? “the Global War on Terror.”
    Pax Americana
    “As Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld would instruct an aide at the Pentagon that day, “Go massive. Sweep it up. Things related and not.” “Bush’s top officials had been nursing just such dreams since, in 1997, many of them formed a think tank (the first ever to enter the White House) called the Project for a New American Century and began to write out what were then the fantasies of figures nowhere near power. By 2003, they were power itself and their dreams, if anything, had grown even more grandiose.” “The administration’s National Security Strategy of 2002 put the matter bluntly: the U.S. was to “build and maintain” a military, in the phrase of the moment, “beyond challenge.”V”hostile states would be “shocked and awed” by a simple demonstration of its power”
    ” Although the Bush administration was officially considered a “conservative” one, its key officials were geopolitical dreamers of the first order and their vision of the world was the very opposite of conservative.”
    “the disappearance of the Soviet Union proved to be no gift at all, but a disaster of the first order. It removed all sense of limits from America’s political class and led to a tale of greed on a planetary scale. In the process, it also set the U.S. on a path to self-decline.”
    “now live on the planet Bush’s boys tried to swallow whole. They left us in a world of infinite war, infinite harm, and in Donald Trump’s America where cluelessness has been raised to a new power.”

  4. anonymous June 14, 2018 at 7:39 am

    Fancying himself a pulpit pimp preacher on moar guns and moar freedum…look what it got Schaeffer spelled lamely with an ae + 2 effs!

    Lucky this little bitch got stopped after the wife beating but before the killing started.

    2ATF nutters ringing their “liberty bell” network so they could show up armed at police calls- most places that shit won’t fly!

    “FAIRBANKS — A local gun-rights advocate was arrested on a weapons charge on Wednesday night after Fairbanks police say he failed to notify an officer he was carrying a concealed pistol.

    Schaeffer Cox was contacted by officers while monitoring the scene of a police search at an Eighth Avenue house at about 8 p.m. The 26-year-old carpenter and business owner is part of a “Liberty Bell” network that sends out mass notifications when someone believes their rights are being violated. The owner of the home had contacted him to complain that police were making an unauthorized search of her property.

    While Cox was standing outside the home taking notes, police say he failed to tell them he was carrying a concealed .38-caliber pistol. He was arrested on a charge of fifth-degree weapons misconduct, a misdemeanor.”

  5. anonymous June 14, 2018 at 7:58 am

    Schaeffer was homeschooled.

    “On June 18, 2012, 28-year-old Schaeffer Cox was found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder against law enforcement officers, transforming Alaska’s incendiary 2nd Amendment activist from a rising right-wing celebrity into a criminal conspiracy theorist.

    Born Francis August Schaeffer Cox in 1984 to parents Gary and Jennifer Cox, Schaeffer was named after the famous evangelical theologian Francis Schaeffer. He spent the first half of his life in Colorado, and then his family moved to Alaska in 2000. His father Gary is the pastor of University Baptist Church in Fairbanks, Alaska. Schaeffer was homeschooled through CyberLynx, an Alaskan correspondence program for homeschool students, and graduated from the program in May 2003.

    After high school graduate, Schaeffer briefly attended the University of Alaska before he dropped out to start his own construction business. He jumped into politics in 2008, running for the Alaskan House of Representatives and supporting Sarah Palin. He began his extreme advocacy of 2nd Amendment rights in 2009 when he founded the Second Amendment Task Force, drafting the organization’s first declaration that the U.S. must be abolished if gun rights are restricted more. Schaeffer founded another organization in 2009 as well: the Alaska Peacemakers Militia, which almost immediately landed on the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)’s list of anti-government groups. SPLC called him “a modern-day poster boy of sorts for the militia movement.” The FBI began to take notice of Schaeffer’s activities once he began bragging about the size of his militia and how, as he put it, “we’ve got rocket launchers and grenade launchers and claymores and machine guns and cavalry, and we’ve got boats.””

    • Lewsiffer June 14, 2018 at 4:40 pm

      Duh, every moronic religious nutcase in history has always been homskuuld.

      Religious folks are hellbent on fucking their kids in the head, every singe time they poop one out they brainwash it and screw it for life.

      It’d be funny if it weren’t so sad.

      Until religion dies this world cannot progress.

  6. Anonymous June 14, 2018 at 8:17 am

    OT? FB>”Many Republicans, especially ones in elected office, are afraid of democracy. It is a bold statement to be sure. But how else is one to read the concerted effort by state, local, and national officials – abetted by some conservative judges and now the Supreme Court – to suppress the right to vote?
    Of all the injustices of this era, and there are almost too many to count, this one infuriates me more than most. Because this is about undercutting the very lever by which Americans can voice their objections and change the course of the nation. This is what democracy is supposed to be about.
    But the Republicans are intent on using the perch of their offices to draw a line around enfranchisement and leave many of the more vulnerable members of society – the poor and minorities (groups that tend to vote Democratic) – on the outside. What are the Republicans so afraid of? It’s a tacit acknowledgement that their policies are not favored by a majority of Americans.
    Men and women have suffered and even died for the right to vote. I knew some of them and they were fearless. But they understood that this was the right by which to right the historic and contemporary wrongs of this nation. Now we have a president who lies about widespread voter fraud – a shameful farce in the face of facts. The idea of voter fraud has always been about laying a foundation based on flimsy conspiracy theories to undercut our Constitutional protections.
    Luckily our laws do not allow for the level of disenfranchisement we saw during Jim Crow, to say nothing of previous eras. And what this means is that there is still a chance for Americans to rise up and focus like a laser on upcoming elections. Put politicians in place who will extend the vote and not undercut it. And let the full flourishing of democracy to flower.
    America at her best has always been a boisterous and rambunctious nation where the vote could be a tool for progress. The ballot box is a place where change can really happen and where we can join our fellow citizens in reinforcing the bonds of our republic.”
    Dan the Man Rather

    • viv June 14, 2018 at 4:33 pm

      They’re afraid of democracy because they lust after power but can’t handle responsibility. No republican has been able to handle responsibility in my lifetime.

  7. viv June 14, 2018 at 4:34 pm

    I recently read Bill Fulton’s book, it was a surprisingly good read.

    • Lewsiffer June 14, 2018 at 4:41 pm

      Funnily enough Jeanne Devon left her husband for one of the militia guys she was hanging out with for a story…art imitating life, imitating art ?!?!

      • Anonymous June 14, 2018 at 5:07 pm

        Jeanne Devon screwed over a lot of people, if memory serves.

  8. Anonymous June 14, 2018 at 4:52 pm

    He is an idiot. Looks like scraggly facial hair and a long mane suit him in jail.
    No dapper fedora. May his days in a cage be enjoyable.Typical of the RW fools
    who believe in a “deep state”. Low IQ and its accompanying ignorance doesn’t
    bode well for your future.

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