Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Whoa Nelly! Alaska domestic terrorist Schaeffer Cox turns the crazy up to 11.

Courtesy of Alaska Dispatch:  

Acting as his own legal representative, convicted militia leader Schaeffer Cox filed an appeal with the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this month, claiming that he is the victim of government misconduct. 

In a document he sent from federal prison in Illinois to the San Francisco-based court, Cox claims that federal officials lied, withheld key information, failed to supervise informants, tampered with evidence and witnesses and set up a sting to entrap him. 

Cox said he was the innocent victim of the same prosecution team that mishandled the case against the late Sen. Ted Stevens and others, but his court-appointed attorney won’t raise the issues he wants to pursue. 

“Suppression, concealment, false statements and use of known perjured testimony are the hallmarks of this prosecution team and of this present case,” Cox wrote. 

Cox wants to have his case returned to U.S. District Court in Alaska and asked that a new attorney, Robert John of Fairbanks, be appointed to represent him.

Can you believe this schmuck is trying to link his case to the Ted Stevens case in order to suggest it was mishandled? I am no fan of Uncle Ted, but he deserves better than to have his name associated with this crybaby.

As many of you remember Cox has a history of conflicts with his attorneys, and always seems to believe they are working against him. Almost like he is a paranoid schizophrenic or something.

And it may just be that his attorney has similar concerns.  

After Cox filed his appeal, dated Dec. 4 and received by the appeals court Dec. 11, it appears that his attorney in Seattle filed a separate document with the court, seeking a competency hearing. That motion was filed with the court “under seal,” meaning it is not available for public review.

His own attorney asked for a competency hearing?

Just how far off the deep end has Cox gone?

Cox claims that he became a target of the so-called “Polar Pen” investigation set up by the Justice Department to sniff out corruption among Alaska politicians. 

According to Cox, the two key federal attorneys prosecuting his case took their names off of future legal filings about his case three months after he was arraigned, “once it became apparent that the misconduct would be made public,” he wrote. 

He said his attorney, Suzanne Elliott, is not familiar with the federal investigation of political corruption in Alaska and won’t take on the feds. 

Writing about himself as the “Movant,” he said that his attorney is “adamantly disinclined to raise appellant’s issues in regard to the denial of admissibility of evidence Movant needed to assert entrapment, prosecutorial misconduct” and other violations, he charged.

Well hello psychotic break. 

Now this "Polar Pen" investigation that Schaffer is speaking of is the nickname given to the investigation into the Alaska political corruption probe that focused on the oil industry, fisheries, and prisons for profit programs up here.

Essentially it was the program that brought down the Corrupt Bastards Club.

So Cox seems to be claiming that HE was a target of this investigation due to his closeness to certain political types, who were also the target of the investigation.

In a note to his appeal, Cox said he admits “to letting his ego run away with him and becoming full of himself. Rubbing shoulders with state senators, representatives and other political leaders coupled with having hundreds of followers come to his rallies was heady territory for a 24-year-old home-schooled political newcomer. And it was not well handled.”

Now of course I think that Schaeffer Cox is completely out of his damn mind.

However it is worth noting that he DID rub shoulders with Rep. Don Young, Joe Miller, and, of course, Sarah Palin.

So the question remains, even if Cox is cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs, is there information on these individuals still rattling around in that pointy head of his that would be of use to in future investigations?

Might be, but if there is then it would seem likely that the Feds already know most of it.

And the rest? Well the rest is so marinated in paranoia who would believe it?


  1. Anonymous9:53 AM

    poor poor maligned schaeffer - everybody's pickin' on him 8(


  2. Anonymous10:16 AM

    Obviously the "Movant" is totally nuts and has too much time on his hands. I think he should get to work making license plates.

  3. Anonymous10:27 AM

    It is straight up clear he didn’t realize the extent of his own insanity while rubbing shoulders with the equally insane. So why should we believe he has come to his senses now? Everyone else sees the crazy but this idiot. Yet, It is truly impossible to decide who is craziest ... Don Young, Joe MIller or Sarah Palin. Each of them has their own brand of disconnect.

    1. Anonymous1:58 PM


    2. Wayne C. Perelman11:33 PM

      Congratulations to a budding statist for accepting the LIES promoted by the likes of Steven Skrocki and other detractors of Mr. Cox! I'd like to see the look on your face when you, yourself, are framed by today's federal government for an alleged felonious act that YOU had no part in!

  4. Anonymous10:38 AM

    I think he has the same mental derangement as Sarah Palin.

  5. Anonymous10:49 AM

    i think he ought'a repent and let loose what he knows about the palin/heath criminal cartel

    then get on with making license plates ... for the next 25 + years

    oh, and fuk you chuck_tard jr

  6. Anonymous10:59 AM

    __marinated in paranoia__

    He is useless, too bad, even if it is an act. Young, Miller, Palin will keep far away but probably message to him via someone like his wife (how often does she visit him?) Sending him love and support to carry on the good fight for the team. You know how they do it.

    The other Chin: In 1990, Gigante was arrested and charged with racketeering and murder; however, it wasn't until 1997 that he was brought to trial. During that time period, Gigante's lawyers produced witness after witness who testified that Gigante was mentally ill and unfit to stand trial. However, all this changed when a number of prominent Mafia members from various families began to cooperate with the government in the early 1990s.

  7. slipstream11:08 AM

    The only thing keeping the lid on Francis' crazy was his cute little hat.

    And now they've taken that away from him.

  8. "Now of course I think that Schaeffer Cox is completely out of his damn mind.

    Prison will do that to you, but Cox probably already had a major head start.

  9. Prison causes people with mental health problems to come unglued. He must be refusing to take meds. Cox is a very sick man and it is unfortunate that when that was obvious he was not taken to a psych hospital for evaluation and if found a danger to society court ordered to take meds.You know there are states that care enough about the mentally ill to do this, because even if they are a danger it is not their fault they are mentally ill. I disagree that he had control over his decisions, he has Delusional Personality Disorder, Paranoid Personality Disorder and Paranoid Schizophrenia, this a combination that causes overwhelming paranoia based on delusions, he couldn't have not been paranoid. I agree people should not have to take psych meds, they are health harming in most cases. In some cases it is clear that someone is going to end up in prison for a long time and people may be hurt without an intervention. Taking meds and continuing with his life is less health harming that being in prison for 26 years. Cox demonstrates who the politicians of this state are, he was obviously mentally ill and yet they had no idea because of their own similarities.

  10. Anonymous12:41 PM

    I think poor little Schaeffer has realized that out in the real world, there can be consequences for your actions.

    I'm sure he is scared shit-less. He's in prison with the big boys, now. None of this fake patriot militia stuff there; it's the real deal.

  11. I wonder if Cox has become someone's wife in prison yet. With that boyish face of his I'll bet he quickly got taken up by one of the biggest brutes there. He also could be experiencing the same type of wife abuse his wife experienced during their marriage. If she is still married to him when he eventually gets out, for her sake I hope not, I hope he realizes all of the pain he put her through and changes how he treats women. No one deserves that type of treatment and pain he put her through, especially around young children who frequently follow their fathers example.

  12. Anonymous3:49 PM

    Francis is used to being surrounded by sycophants, constantly jockeying for his favor. Must be tough, now that the gang's on ice. His new roomies might not be as readily convinced of his status as a genius and visionary.

    Crazy? The gambit has always worked in the past; he has nothing to lose by trying it now. Crazy like a fox, it appears to me.

  13. Anonymous5:45 PM

    Oh. "Turns the crazy up to 11." At first I looked at the picture of the defendant and I thought the headline was that he had just turned 11.

    Tom, in Fl

  14. Anita Winecooler7:03 PM

    So why did he drop the "Francis" all of a sudden? He's one sick puppy, but once the reality sets in, I have a feeling he'll pull the old "insanity plea". How naive does he think people are, especially a Judge?

  15. I want to know if Schaeffer likes to play with matches?

  16. Anonymous9:15 PM

    Just came across this post. Initially I did feel the same as you when I read about Cox's case but I highly recommend you digging more into it and then see where you stand. It really is an unfair case in my opinion, and if you look over court docs, the situation with his lawyers, the informants, etc. and see the entire picture (from 2009 to the present) rather than cherry-picking quotes - then I think you will change your mind.

  17. Anonymous5:24 PM

    Just came across this post. Initially I did feel the same as you when I read about Cox's case but I highly recommend you digging more into it and then see where you stand. It really is an unfair case in my opinion, and if you look over court docs, the situation with his lawyers, the informants, etc. and see the entire picture (from 2009 to the present) rather than cherry-picking quotes - then I think you will change your mind.
    I agree with the above quoted statement. Look over more of the detailed information, and you might begin to see something a little odd in the case that could suggest innocence.

  18. Anonymous7:23 AM

    How do you get off the mailing list? Asking old folks for their last dollar should be a crime!!!
    Shame on you!

  19. Anonymous7:25 AM

    By the way... all our comments seem to be censored???


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