The two men caught spying on President Donald J. Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate have been sent to a newly opened White Hat base in Guam for interrogation, a JAG source told Real Raw News.
As reported last week, Trump’s Delta Force protection spotted a conspicuous black van parked on Ocean Blvd. directly across the road from Mar-a-Lago. The occupants seemed involved in a cloak-and-dagger mission — they had parabolic microphones, drones, video cameras, and other surveillance gear. Delta detained them on “suspicion of espionage.”
The suspects, our source said, are now in custody at Marine Corps Base Camp Blaz, Guam, which officially opened on January 25, 2023, under White Hat control. They have been identified as Eric Scholz, a former FBI special agent who in 2017 resigned from the Bureau following allegations he had planted child pornography on personal computers of Trump supporters, and Ira Hamutal, a former Mossad agent who holds dual United States-Israel citizenship.
At the time of their arrest, they claimed to be “tourists from New Hampshire” taking a road trip through the Sunshine State.
“These are no mere tourists,” our source said. “They’re both former intelligence but not so good at their job. They didn’t ply their craft well by conspicuously parking their van in eyesight of a dozen security cameras—they were idiots. Before getting shipped to Blaz, JAG tried to interrogate them in Florida, but they kept up with we’re just tourist crap, which made no sense. Someone hired these blundering idiots,” our source said.