PERJURER ARRESTED YET AGAIN, THIS TIME FOR STALKING: Elisha Strom, whose perjury assisted the government’s politically-motivated prosecution of me, has been arrested for yet a third time, this time for allegedly stalking a federal agent. She exhibits a pattern of using men and then attempting to get revenge on them in some way, just as she did with the first JTTF agent whom she stalked and now blogs about on her I HEARTE JADE blog. She claims she was sexually involved with that agent during the time frame of my prosecution. According to well-placed law enforcement sources, the JTTF agent vehemently denies the claim. Simple logic says they can’t both be telling the truth. The entire case against me is irretrievably tainted, and its falseness becomes more evident every day.
POLITICAL PROSECUTION: At the urging of the Joint Terrorism Task Force, European-American activist and writer Kevin Alfred Strom is (wrongfully) convicted of possessing eight images of child pornography, based on the testimony of a perjurer who was having a relationship with the JTTF “investigating officer.” Kevin Strom is sentenced to 23 months in prison, most of that in brutal solitary confinement. He is placed under supervision for 15 years. Contrast that with the case of Korean-American “youth leader” Timothy Han of Miracleland Korean Baptist Church, who was convicted of actually having sex with a child. Han was sentenced to 45 days in jail and 45 days in a work-release program.
PERJURER EXPOSED AGAIN: Evidence is mounting that Elisha Strom, the woman whose perjured testimony and work with the so-called Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) caused false federal charges to be filed against me, had several inappropriate relationships with the local and “terrorism task force” officers she was at first working with — and then turned against, causing her to be arrested for stalking them, harassing them, and interfering with them. Both she and the JTTF avoided a trial full of revelations of their respective characters when a plea agreement was struck in which she plead guilty to two counts of obstruction of justice.