NOTE TO EDS: 3rd LEDE WRITE-THRU…DEVELOPING…
Popular U.S. Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch served as the decisive judge in a case involving a Colorado prisoner named Jerry Lee Bustos who got sideways with a journalist and the Aryan Brotherhood white supremacist gang.
The journalist had reported on A&E that Bustos belonged to the white superiority gang when in fact he merely conspired with it, according to published reports.
While the case isn’t newsworthy in and of itself (the Washington Post reported it as recently as February of last year) for me it’s a shocker and an epiphany.
A Sheriff Bustos sign was thrown into my yard two weeks ago signed by the Fordhams (my dead mother’s side of the family) They threw a roll of toilet paper into the yard, too (I posted a video crying that I had no toilet paper).
Aryan Nation gang, I believe, is tied to my mother’s side of the family, the Fordhams. I also believe it may be tied to the family (or at least the son) of the previous owner of my home.
I was assaulted in my home by my cousin Bobby Heitz (dad’s side) and his friends from this neighborhood, which include gang members. The previous owner of my home’s son, Frank Fitzpatrick, is currently serving a four-year prison sentence.
A year after my assault, I was arrested on no charges, jailed and tortured in the Rock Island County Jail, held on no charges by appointed sheriff hubby Gerald “Gerry” Bustos. He is married to @USRepCheri (Bustos).
“In a conspiracy ultimately detected and disrupted by prison officials, Mr. Bustos agreed to receive balloons filled with heroin from a prison visitor; insert them into his body; and then pass them along to three prison gangs, including the Aryan Brotherhood. When things went awry, Mr. Bustos found himself — balloons and all — locked in solitary confinement. After this delay upset certain intended recipients, Mr. Bustos sent a handwritten apology to an Aryan Brotherhood leader. The note — which refers to the leader repeatedly as “bro” — explains the situation and promises the balloons will soon be on their way.”
“Jerry Lee Bustos sued A&E for allegedly defaming him in an episode of Gangland entitled Aryan Brotherhood, claiming the the unsolicited television appearance devasted his popularity in jail and caused him to get death threats. The case was dismissed because the program was deemed to be “substantially true” and couldn’t support a libel claim.”
I do not believe the prison Jerry Lee is the same as Sheriff Gerald Bustos, but I suspect it is a relation. I live in constant fear of my life and am terrified now more than ever. I even was threatened by the FBI a while back.
My home, which is shot up, is in Escrow. I sold it at $50,000 loss, blackballed and endlessly harassed by the establishment of Rock Island.
Dozens and dozens and dozens of criminals have been rounded up Quad-Cities-wide in recent weeks for possession of contraband in a correctional facility. I know this as someone who relentlessly monitors jail inmate listings and court proceedings.
Aryan Nation is known for trafficking drugs in prisons rectally.
I ask for an immediate investigation by #FBI #DOJ and assurance of my safety in light of numerous attacks against me already
I AM FRIGHTENED
I de-activated my Twitter account shortly after posting the videos because it became shadow-banned
My Facebook account was halted shortly after posting the videos and remains locked due to “violations”