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A York, South Carolina judge today ruled that law enforcement lacked probable cause in their arrest of Augustus Sol Invictus for kidnapping.

According to evidence laid out in the hearing, Invictus’ accuser, his wife Anna Invictus, followed him from South Carolina to Florida out of her own volition in her own separate car with their children during a move the couple had been planning for months. Prosecutors claimed this amounts to “kidnapping” because Augustus was in possession of his legal firearm during the duration of the trip. Communications between the two showed no threats before, during or after the trip, but they did uncover evidence that his wife freely followed him across two states in a separate vehicle even after he supposedly threatened her with a gun and bruised her.

A source familiar with Invictus’ case spoke to National Justice, stressing that he still had two serious charges on his docket, which they expect will also be dropped for lack of evidence.

According to this source, they have evidence that the accuser has been working closely with Alexandria Brown aka Alexandria Fanella, a self-admitted mentally ill prostitute who Invictus has reported to the police in the past for stalking him and his family. Brown/Fanella has been working with anarchist “antifa” groups to raise money for herself and manufacture a slanderous publicity campaign to get Invictus convicted via media, Richard Jewell-style.

Most disturbing of all are attempts by lead detectives and prosecutors to use Invictus’ nationalist political views and free speech legal advocacy to tip the scales of justice. According to the source, the detective who built the case against Invictus relied heavily on subjective and malicious articles misrepresenting his beliefs provided by the Southern Poverty Law Center, a highly discredited propaganda organ with ties to extremists that has no objective law enforcement value.

The detective was able to get Invictus’ bond revoked during the first hearing by not only reading from the SPLC’s opinion blog to make his case against the defendant, but also suggesting that Invictus being released would put the SPLC in imminent physical danger. SPLC operatives were in the audience watching as he did this. This has nothing to do with the domestic violence charges being raised against Invictus and only demonstrates stark collusion between the police and a hard left activist group.

During the second bond hearing, Detective Matt Beach once again raised Invictus’ political beliefs, as characterized by the SPLC, up as circumstances demanding he be held without bond by stating that “the low opinion defendant has of our society” is somehow reason to hold him in custody until his trial for spousal abuse.

The heavy reliance of prosecutors and police in this case on the word of the defendant’s political rivals suggests that their actual criminal case is paper thin. Our source close to Augustus promises that more evidence supporting this view will be made publicly available soon.

(Republished from National Justice by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Antifa, Judicial System 
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  1. Today I learned Augustus Sol Invictus has a wife and two children. Don’t know why I always assumed he lived in the gulf coast equivalent of mom’s basement. No divorce attorney looking to maximize the yield is going to recommend trying to get your ex sent to a state penitentiary. I suppose she could have her own massive bank account and not looking for any cash payments but the chances of that are not high.

  2. Lot says:

    “ Prosecutors and Rock Hill police say Invictus beat and held a gun to his wife’s head during the Dec. 12 incident. The Herald is not naming the wife.

    In court Wednesday during a preliminary hearing, a Rock Hill Police Department officer read from incident reports that stated Invictus’ wife was bruised and scared for her life.”

    Another high profile neonazi who’s family has turned against him. Spencer: bitter divorce. The Indiana nazis: sleeping with each others’ wives. This guy: wife got him put in jail without bail. Many others: angry incels.

    Team Jew-Nationalist Steve Miller: classy and hot wife out of his league, Trump toasts him at his lavish wedding!

  3. @Lot

    I thought what happened in Indiana was the one guy was sleeping with his father-in-law’s wife / wife’s step-mom? The internet post I saw made it like they all lived in the same trailer park. I might have a detail on this not exactly right but I distinctly recall it was the funniest thing I saw on the internet in months.

    Also Augustus Sol Invictus was OTO + Ayn Randian Libertarian the last I read Not-Nazi!

    • Replies: @James Forrestal
  4. fnn says:

    During the second bond hearing, Detective Matt Beach once again raised Invictus’ political beliefs, as characterized by the SPLC, up as circumstances demanding he be held without bond by stating that “the low opinion defendant has of our society” is somehow reason to hold him in custody until his trial for spousal abuse.

    No one should be surprised that local cops (just like the FBI) can easily be turned into advocates of Soviet-style totalitarian rule.

  5. fnn says:
    @Lot

    I think he needs bodyguards when he leaves his home or office. He probably also has a thoroughly vetted food taster. Meanwhile, none of the Russia Collusion coupsters can be prosecuted because the DC jury pool is overwhelmingly pro-coup.

  6. eah says:

    Most disturbing of all are attempts by lead detectives and prosecutors to use Invictus’ nationalist political views and free speech legal advocacy to tip the scales of justice.

    Absolutely — you saw the same thing done to the guys arrested in Charlottesville, the Proud Boys, and RAM.

    Two things to take away from this: 1) the Dissident Right must distance itself from weird fringe characters like this guy to have a chance to morph into a kind of AfA, where the goal should be to duplicate the remarkable political success of the AfD in Germany; 2) the willingness, even eagerness, of the law enforcement establishment to not only indulge, but also to foment, a highly prejudicial atmosphere against accused and defendants due to their (often mischaracterized) political beliefs — after the way he’s been treated, that useless mother fucker Trump ought to be sensitive to this issue and say something about it — but he’s too stupid, and in the end doesn’t give a damn.

    • Replies: @Rosie
    , @fnn
  7. When Trump wins reelection, RBG will know she can’t run out the clock for another four years.

    With a solid majority in the SCOTUS, constitutional patriots must use the highest court to reaffirm free speech. Unconstitutional pretend laws like ‘hate speech’ must be unequivocally destroyed.

    Freedom of speech, conscience, and the right to engage in political activism have to be defended as rights. Those who would infringe on those rights must fear consequences.

    • Replies: @Rosie
  8. Rosie says:
    @eah

    the Dissident Right must distance itself from weird fringe characters like this guy

    How is ASI “weird fringe”?

    • Replies: @eah
  9. Rosie says:
    @Beavertales

    With a solid majority in the SCOTUS, constitutional patriots must use the highest court to reaffirm free speech. Unconstitutional pretend laws like ‘hate speech’ must be unequivocally destroyed.

    I don’t know how much good that will do. Charlottesville cops were able to effectively nullify the First Amendment by standing down, no “hate speech” exception needed.

  10. Apparently, there is one sane judge in York County. He must have been unimpressed with the detective’s absurd testimony.

  11. fnn says:
    @eah

    the goal should be to duplicate the remarkable political success of the AfD in Germany;

    Can’t be done because Germany (like most of Europe) has proportional representation and US does not. You only need to meet the 5% threshold to get seats in the Bundestag.

    • Replies: @eah
  12. Zionist Supremacists who murder Palestinians ban Nick Fuentes from Youtube.

  13. eah says:
    @fnn

    Thanks, you make good points, all of them correct (I know how German politics works), except for this part: Can’t be done — it will be difficult, but it can be done — and it must be attempted.

    Even in DE the success of the AfD has been limited in the following sense: because they are demonized as “Nazis” und/oder “Faschisten”, the Altpartein all boycott the AfD (with massive help from the Lügenpresse): despite getting a LOT of votes (in some Bundesländer of the former East, > 25%), they are never given minister posts and never allowed to be part of a ruling coalition — so basically they have legislators who participate in debates, propose laws (which are normally blocked/not passed), and can try to affect passage of proposed laws by voting in parliament — that’s it — so basically the AfD keeps making speeches, hoping soon they will have so many voters that it will be impossible for the Altpartein to continue their boycott

    American politics must change — the stranglehold of the American Altpartein, the Democrats and the Republicans (mostly RINOs), must somehow be broken, and I personally don’t see either party as salvageable.

  14. eah says:
    @Rosie

    How is ASI “weird fringe”?

    Anyone who legally changes his name from Austin Gillespie to Augustus Sol Invictus can not unfairly be called a ‘weird fringe character’ — although as a WN I do not have a big problem with his politics per se, the Dissident Right cannot really move ahead, or not far enough ahead, with guys like him at the forefront (this is not the first time the police have become involved in his relationship with a woman, and I personally don’t think it is too hard to avoid such tawdry complications, or too much to ask that such tawdry complications be avoided, albeit I realize that you cannot automatically always believe the woman).

  15. @Lot

    lol

    Lot vomiting forth his usual fetid mixture of toxic semitism and virulent, unreasoning anti-White hatred.

    What a surprise.

  16. @Morton's toes

    Also Augustus Sol Invictus was OTO + Ayn Randian Libertarian the last I read Not-Nazi!

    Some kind of connection to Crowleyism/ Thelema as well, I believe. Kind of an odd duck, to say the least.

    But it looks as if you’re interpreting Lot’s ignorant, hate-filled rhetoric much too literally. This is a common source of confusion when parsing semitic narratives. When he says “Nazi,” he’s not actually referring to a card-carrying member of a political party that has been defunct for 75 years. Rather, in what passes for Lot’s “mind,” the term “Nazi” is merely a synonym for “any White goy who is ‘insufficiently’ philosemitic.” Or, if he’s feeling slightly more unhinged than usual, it simply refers to “all White goyim.”

    By using that term, he doesn’t mean to convey anything specific about the target of his vitriolic hatred; he’s just indicating that he (or a prominent member of his tribe) has judged that individual to be an Amalekite, and thus “deserving” of the Tribe’s antipathy. Since his use of the term is much more reflective of Lot’s own internal mental state than of external reality, trying to identify particular characteristics intrinsic to the objects of his rage that somehow “make” them “real not-sees” is a quest doomed to failure.

    • Replies: @Lot
  17. Lot says:
    @James Forrestal

    No, I looked at his own website, which has nazi cosplayers and self-described “fascist” authors.

    That he’s also into esoteric mystical babble isn’t inconsistent, so were plenty of the actual 1.0 Nazis.

  18. KenH says:

    RamZ Paul pretty much threw Augustus Invictus under the bus and did some punching right and optics cucking over this. My opinion was to wait for more facts to come out before mounting high horses like Ramz always does.

    I’m no follower of Invictus but it seems state and federal authorities are doing all they can to ensnare pro-white political dissidents into legal traps.

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