Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio, who helped usher protesters into the Capitol to take photos and stuff, is a top "opposition" leader and "prolific" informant for both the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other law enforcement agencies, a court transcript obtained by Reuters reveals.
After being arrested in 2012, Tarrio began his work for the three-letter agency, which involved infiltrating protest groups in order to entrap them. Tarrio's work for the FBI helped authorities prosecute more than a dozen people in various cases involving "drugs," gambling, and human smuggling.
In an interview with Reuters, Tarrio denied working undercover for the Feds, claiming that he does not recall "any of this." Tarrio did, in fact, do all of this, and the court documents prove it.
"Law-enforcement officials and the court transcript contradict Tarrio's denial," reports indicate.
"In a statement to Reuters, the former federal prosecutor in Tarrio's case, Vanessa Singh Johannes, confirmed that 'he cooperated with local and federal law enforcement, to aid in the prosecution of those running other, separate criminal enterprises, ranging from running marijuana grow houses in Miami to operating pharmaceutical fraud schemes."
So even as the media continues to claim that the Proud Boys is a "far-right extremist" group, these latest revelations show that one of its top leaders was a "deep state" infiltrator who was merely posing as a "conservative" as part of his undercover work.
As it turns out, the FBI also sent infiltrators into a group known as "The Base," which is described as a "white supremacist neo-nazi domestic terrorist group."
Rinaldo Nazzaro, 46, the head of this group, was a federal agent who went by the aliases of "Norman Spear" and "Roman Wolf," though nobody within the group seemed to know his true identity.
Born in the U.S., Nazarro has a long history of advertising his services as an intelligence, military and security contractor. Under his aliases, Nazarro claimed to have served military stints both in Russia and Afghanistan.
Nazarro played a crucial role in leading the feds to The Base's members, some of whom are now facing charges of federal hate crimes, murder plots and firearms offenses. Some of them are also accused of harboring international fugitives.
Back in August, an Oregon-based "anti-fascist" group known as Eugene Antifa issued a warning that The Base was planning a "hate camp" in neighboring Washington. Nazarro, they said, had purchased land in Stevens County for "training purposes" (more on that story at this link).
Two days before the Capitol "riot," Nazarro was arrested and charged with possessing two high-capacity rifle magazines, as well as burning a Black Lives Matter (BLM) banner during a demonstration back in December.
Nazarro was ordered by the D.C. Superior Court to leave the city and supposedly did not directly take part in the events of Jan. 6. At least five other Proud Boys members who followed his lead, however, have been charged.
It is now believed that Nazarro's arrest was a ploy by the FBI to protect one of its assets. This would make sense, seeing as how the FBI has done this type of thing many times before and gotten away with it.
"Enrique Tarrio is screwed, his informant career is over, and no group will ever trust him again," wrote one Information Liberation commenter.
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