Sunday, May 26, 2013

The Realist Report - Michael Weaver

On this edition of The Realist Report, we'll be joined by Michael Weaver, an activist with the National Alliance who was arrested and imprisoned for defending himself against two Black men trying to rob him. Michael was the victim of an extremely hostile anti-White justice system, and was persecuted for his political and racial beliefs. We will be discussing his background and case, his political and racial views, and related matters. Be sure to visit Michael's website White Information Network (WIN).

I highly encourage anyone that is able to support Michael financially. You can send well concealed cash, Walmart gift cards, or money orders made out to Michael Weaver via snail mail to:

Michael Weaver
18 Hedgerow Ct.
Cartersville, GA 30120

You can download the entire program here, or subscribe to the American Nationalist Network via iTunes here. Thanks for listening everyone!


  1. Sorry about the technical difficulties guys. My computer froze right at the beginning of the program and it threw me off big time. I think Michael did a great job explaining his situation and all the outrageous injustices that have been committed and continue to be committed against him. Please support him if you are able!

  2. I will differtly support this man after hearing the whole story. I am pro black but i dont like unfair treatment for anyone i want give you a donation as quick as i can

  3. The Docket/Case Inquiry System reveals this:

    The Georgia Court of Appeals passed the following order on January 17, 2013:


    Appellant Michael W eaver ha s filed a “Motion to Remand For Completion of the Record” in the above styled case. Weaver states that al though he requested in his notice of appeal that the complete record of his case with all transcripts be compiled for appeal, upon review of the re cord sent to this Court , it appears as though the transcript of the hearing on his motion to withdraw his guilty plea was not included in the appellate record.

    Weaver further states that it appears as though the hearing has not been transcribed and that the court reporter who took down the proceedings has not been identified.

    Weaver asserts that the transcript of this hearing is essential to his appeal. Appellant’s motion is hereby GRANTED .

    Accordingly, it is hereby ordered that the case be remanded to the trial court for completion of the record. Once the completed transcript is on file with the trial court and the trial court has entered an order stating that the record is complete or that it can not be completed, Appellant shall have 30 days from the date of the mandated order to refile his notice of appeal; and upon the filing of such notice of appeal the case with the complete record and transcript shall be transm tted to this Court for redocketing.

    (See Galardi v. Steele-Inma n , 259 Ga. App. 249- 250 (576 SE2d 555) (2002); OCGA § 5-6-48 (d) (pertinently providing that “[a ]t any stage of the proceedings, . . . the court shall by order, either with or without motion, . . . require that additional portions of the record or transcript of proceedings be sent up, or require that a complete transcript of evidence and proceedings be prepared and sent up, or take any other action to perfect the appeal and record so that the appellate court can and will pass upon the appeal and not dismiss it.”); 1983 Ga. Const., Art. VI, § I, Par. IV. )


    What this means:

    This only means that the Court of Appeals wants to see the original trial transcripts before possibly dismissing the Appeal.

  4. Here is an account of the Weaver case.

    Imagine leaving a friend’s house and getting in your car, and two people see you get in your car and decide to approach your vehicle. One approaches the driver’s side and the other one approaches the passenger side, each with beer bottles in their hand.

    Then the person by the driver’s side door goes to grab for your door handle, and tries to open the door with no words spoken. Would this make you feel like you needed to protect yourself?

    This happened to Michael Weaver, who did 21 months behind bars for pepper spraying a man,Travis Parson, who had a previous criminal record and was on felony probation. Additionally, Mr. Weaver is banished from from Muscogee County, which is part of the Chattahoochee Judicial District.Michael Weaver was coerced into accepting a guilty plea bargain or else face 20 years in prison, if a jury found him guilty. Which the prosecuting attorney was planning on using Mr. Weaver’s association with the National Alliance and the flyers Mr. Weaver use to distribute on illegal immigration, affirmative action, and media control against Mr. Weaver instead of the facts of the case.

    Basically, the Assistant District Attorney, Michael Craig, was planning on poisoning the jury with these fliers and Mr. Weaver’s association with the National Alliance, and the judge was going to allow this prejudicial evidence into a jury trial.

    Mr. Weaver took the guilty plea and was given a ten-year-sentence, which was serve one year and do nine on probation. However, Mr. Weaver is the first person in Georgia to get an aggravated assault charge for pepper spraying a person. The so-called victims in this case: Travis Parson and Frank Bellamy. Both Parson and Bellamy were on felony probation. Parson was on felony probation for drug charges, providing false information to the police, and fleeing the police, and currently has an outstanding warrant for violation of probation at this time. Bellamy was on felony probation for robbery and other crimes.

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  7. The facts surrounding clearly demonstrate that Michael Weaver did not commit "Aggravated Assault" within the definition of the law.

    But he "plead guilty" to it.

    No doubt, during the hearing where the plea was entered - the judge in the case asked Michael Weaver whether if his plea was being entered voluntarily. No doubt - Micheal Weaver answered that his plea was voluntary.

    This is a serious problem.

    It is also clear that Michael Weaver had extremely poor legal representation and was most definitely coerced into accepting a plea deal.

    A guilty plea is involuntary when it's entered by a defendant because of threats made against him, or perhaps someone else he knows; or because he was motivated or "induced" to enter it by improper promises made to him. There are no hard-and-fast rules about what kinds of promises, threats, or other coercive activities makes a plea involuntary. This all depends on the facts of the specific case.

    Michael Weaver needs competent legal representation right now. His entire future depends on it.

  8. Police State Amerika: The People's Republic of Columbus,Georgia.-By David Carothers

    Are Americans a free people or are they not, that is the question. Do Americans still have the right to petition their government for redress of grievances, or do they not?
    These questions were answered on the morning of March 10 when this writer received a knock on his door. Outside stood two men, one clad in civilian attire, the other in the uniform of a Muscogee County sheriffs deputy. The first deputy was grasping a small stack of envelopes. "We need to have a word with you sir," he said.
    The envelopes contained copies of an article I had written for The First Freedom, an article that was published in the December, 2013 edition of this alternative newspaper. Almost 200 copies of this article were made, and subsequently mailed, to every judge in Columbus, as well as all 10 city council members. The article recounted the exploits and travails of then-Columbus, Georgia-based white rights activist Michael Weaver, and was juxtaposed with the story of Jeffrey Foxx, a black racist rogue Columbus police corporal who resigned from the police department in May, 2013 amid charges of racial profiling and the violation of the civil rights of white citizens. While on patrol in the northern part of Columbus, Foxx told a female friend to whom he was talking on his cell phone: "They make me work these white areas, somebody's going to pay the price." He added: "I'm hooking these white folks up with tickets."

    Read more at:


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