Alex Jones’ attempted assassin revealed, along with officer killed
Last Saturday we reported that on Dec 22nd radio talk show host Alex Jones mentioned, while on air, that the Police Chief of Austin, Art Acevedo, had previously informed him that police had ran a man out of town who had potentially come to town to assassinate Jones.
Immediately after posting the article the comment section was going wild with claims that Jones was lying and that Intellihub was crazy for reporting such nonsense.
One comment below the article reads:
“OK….so does Intellhub believe this and that’s why they posted this or do they know Jones is batchit crazy ??”
“This is a ridiculous story. Do you people think we’re going to buy this garbage?”
So, needless to say, we checked into the story further–and here’s what we found.
A man by the name of Ricardo Antonio Chaney, 32, was shot and killed by a Fort Bragg, Calif., police officer during a March 19th shootout after Chaney carjacked several people in Oregon and fled California where he killed a 79-year-old man and a Mendocino County Deputy named Ricky Del Fiorentino before police ended his life. And it looks as if it wasn’t his first rodeo with police either.
Shockingly several weeks earlier, on March 6, Chaney was arrested in after a traffic stop in Eugene, Oregon. Oregon Live reported:
Chaney was arrested in Eugene after a traffic stop. Police found him driving a friend’s pickup without valid registration or insurance, and took him to the Lane County Jail after finding he had a concealed handgun in the vehicle’s glove box as well as 14 Ecstasy tablets. Authorities are apparently still working to determine if an AR-15 rifle found in the pickup had been illegally modified to fire automatically.
Chaney spent 18 hours in jail and was released after Lane County prosecutors declined to file formal charges. District Attorney Alex Gardner said his office is not funded to employ enough prosecutors to file most misdemeanor charges and some felony cases, and that charges against Chaney weren’t pursued at the time because they “fell below the current triage standards and involved no violence or threat of violence.”
Moreover the NY Daily News adds:
“Chaney was arrested on suspicion of unlawful possession of a firearm and methamphetamine, and booked into Lane County Jail, where records show he was released the same day without being charged.
Jail records show Chaney was taken into custody four other times dating back to 2002 on suspicion of assault, interfering with police, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass. The resolution of those cases could not be immediately determined.”
But here is where it gets really weird. And yes, Jones was telling the truth.
We found a blog post titled “A letter from Ricardo Chaney”, dated Dec. 18, 2011, written by Chaney, detailing the fact that Cheney drove from Oregon to stalk Jones and the Infowars crew in Austin Texas, while “armed to the teeth” one rainy night, while sitting in his “Benz” in the parking lot of the Infowars studio.
“I had to see Alex Jones and his operation for my own eyes,” Chaney wrote in the chilling blog post.
“Sunday night I packed up my guns, electronics, gas[ed] up my Benz and rolled out of Portland,” the psychopath wrote, detailing his journey.
The methed-out man eventually goes on to claim the “entire office building is a CIA compound.”
“That’s why Alex wouldn’t meet me,” Chaney wrote.
“They already knew I was coming. One look in his eyes I would have seen who he was, walked out to my car, come back in and wasted his whole crew and torched the compound.”
In one part of Chaney’s blog post, he seems to have been mad, frustrated, that he couldn’t locate Jones and wrote that he would continue on to Arizona “where a man can pack a gat without a permit and smoke any piece of shit that gets in his way.”
Chilling, is it not?
Shepard Ambellas is an activist, journalist, filmmaker, film producer, radio talk show host and the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub. Established in 2013, Intellihub.com is ranked in the upper 1% traffic tier on the World Wide Web. Read more from Shep’s World.
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