U.S. Marines on Monday served a military arrest warrant on Melinda French Gates, wife to the late Bill Gates, at her earth-sheltered mansion in Medina, Washington, a JAG source told Real Raw News.
In September, Melinda Gates testified against her ex-husband at his military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay. Although he was found guilty and subsequently hanged, she had purportedly been granted immunity from prosecution in exchange for her testimony.
“Her deal was provisional. It stipulated that she admit to her full involvement in Bill’s crimes. Well, we’ve found more evidence that she was less than forthcoming and was deeply involved in and complicit in Bill’s child trafficking and his promotion of deadly vaccines. I can’t discuss evidence now. It’ll be made known later,” our source said.
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Asked whether Melinda French Gates will face a military tribunal, he said, “When civilian authorities ignore these heinous crimes, when they refuse to prosecute criminals in their good graces, when they accept bribes and compensation to let these villains walk free, JAG has the responsibility to ensure justice.”
The Insurrection Act of 1807, which President Donald J. Trump activated ahead of the stolen election, supersedes the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878, which limits the powers of military personnel to enforce domestic policies within the United States.
“We have authority to make these arrests without bias or prejudice. We’re not out arresting everyday citizens. We’re taking the worst of the worst into custody, people who’ve committed treason and crimes that impact society. Melinda is one of those people, and, yes, she will answer to a military tribunal,” our source said.