Barbara Hartwell

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Independent Investigator, Intelligence Analyst, Journalist. Former CIA (NOC, Psychological Operations.) Black Ops Survivor. Sovereign Child of God. Believer in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Exposing Government Lies, Crimes, Corruption and Cover-ups.

Sunday, February 4, 2007

RAP SHEET FOR CAREER CRIMINAL TIM WHITE

 
Predicate Felon/Criminal Stalker Tim White


Here, see the rap sheet for career criminal, Tim White: predicate felon, drug trafficker, stalker, transvestite and collector of child pornography (for which he was never charged.)


White continues his criminal harassment to this day, now in the state of Idaho, according to the testimony of journalist Janet Phelan and others.


Known associates of Tim White: Ex-FBI agent Ted Gunderson; former senator John DeCamp; FBI agent (Division 5, Denver) Mark Holtslaw; Pamela Schuffert; Todd Brendan Fahey; Ken Adachi; Larry Lawson. Each of these persons has acted in collusion with Tim White, for the purpose of one or more of the following:


1) Violating privacy; compromising security; endangering safety by publishing and/or soliciting PRIVATE phone numbers, street addresses, e-mail addresses of targets.


2) Soliciting crimes such as stalking (cyber and otherwise) and criminal harassment by publishing PRIVATE INFO.


3) Making various threats, re violence; of alleged impending "lawsuits"; death threats.


4) Stalking, including cyber-stalking.


5) Libel, slander, defamation, character assassination against targets.

More documents and letters from targets of the criminal harassment/stalking and threats by Tim White will soon be posted on this site.


White targets patriots, Christians, whistleblowers, journalists, defenders of Liberty. Worse, he has been sicced on us by corrupt former and current FEDS, of whom he is a minion and stooge.


White has made deals to get out of jail, reduce his probation, etc. in return for criminally harassing and stalking patriots!


It's way past time to put this perp out of business!

ARREST RECORD OF TIMOTHY PATRICK WHITE

Timothy Patrick White Born May 1948
1346 W CEDAR
DENVER, CO
08/16/2001
MITT 01CR3561 / SENT 3 YEARS DOC
1) Section 18-18-406 Marihuana, Marihuana Concentrate
2) Section 18-18-407 SPEC OFFENDER POSS WEAPON
3) PD#134251
4) Marihuana POSSESSION 8 OZ OR MORE
Added Charge
Dispositon: 09/27/2001 GUILTY
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12/02/1988
Timothy Patrick White
1326 SO FOREST WAY
DENVER, CO
TWTX 0CA88W104115 / 12/03 RET 121588 0830 CHERRY HILLS MUNI
1) H/FUG CHERRY HILLS PD
Dispositon: 12/02/1988 OTHER
DETAINED FOR CHERRY HILLS PD
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03/05/1982
Timothy Patrick White
1880 S. MILWAUKEE ST
1) ISSUANCE IF BAD CHECK
Dispositon: 08/18/1982 DEFERRED JUDGEMENT
GUILTY 6 MOS
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05/23/1978
Timothy Patrick White
BWRT 146906
1) B/WRT UNLAW BACKING
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18-18-406. Offenses relating to marihuana and marihuana concentrate. (4) (a) Any person who possesses more than one ounce of marihuana but less than eight ounces of marihuana commits:
(II) A class 5 felony, if the violation is committed subsequent to a prior conviction for IN THIS OR ANY OTHER STATE, THE UNITED STATES, OR ANY TERRITORY SUBJECT TO THE JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF a violation to which this subsection (4) applies OR WOULD APPLY IF CONVICTED IN THIS STATE.
(b) Any person who possesses eight ounces or more of marihuana or any amount of marihuana concentrate commits:
(II) A class 4 felony, if the violation is committed subsequent to a prior conviction for IN THIS OR ANY OTHER STATE, THE UNITED STATES, OR ANY TERRITORY SUBJECT TO THE JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF a violation to which this subsection (4) applies OR WOULD APPLY IF CONVICTED IN THIS STATE.
(7) (c) Any person commits a class 3 felony, if the violation is committed subsequent to a prior conviction for IN THIS OR ANY OTHER STATE, THE UNITED STATES, OR ANY TERRITORY SUBJECT TO THE JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF a violation to which this subsection (7) applies OR WOULD APPLY IF CONVICTED IN THIS STATE, and, in addition to the punishment provided in section 18-1-105, shall be punished by a fine of not more than ten thousand dollars, and the court shall have no jurisdiction to suspend the sentence of imprisonment or to grant probation to such person. For offenses committed on or after July 1, 1985, the fine shall be in an amount within the presumptive range set out in section 18-1-105 (1) (a) (III).
(8) (a) (II) Any person who violates the provisions of subparagraph (I) of this paragraph (a) commits:
(B) A class 3 felony, if the violation is committed subsequent to a prior conviction for any violation of IN THIS OR ANY OTHER STATE, THE UNITED STATES, OR ANY TERRITORY SUBJECT TO THE JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF A VIOLATION TO WHICH this subsection (8) APPLIES OR WOULD APPLY IF CONVICTED IN THIS STATE.
(b) (III) Any person who violates any of the provisions of subparagraph (I) of this paragraph (b) commits:
(B) A class 3 felony, if the violation is committed subsequent to any prior conviction for IN THIS OR ANY OTHER STATE, THE UNITED STATES, OR ANY TERRITORY SUBJECT TO THE JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF a violation to which this subsection
(8) applies OR WOULD APPLY IF CONVICTED IN THIS STATE.
SECTION 6. 18-18-407 (2) (a), Colorado Revised Statutes, is amended to read:
18-18-407. Special offender. (2) (a) A defendant shall be a special offender if the defendant is convicted of selling, distributing, or possessing with intent to distribute, MANUFACTURING, OR ATTEMPTING TO MANUFACTURE any controlled substance in violation of section 18-18-405 to any person either within or upon the grounds of any public or private elementary, middle, junior high, or high school, vocational school, or public housing development, or within one thousand feet of the perimeter of any such school or public housing development grounds on any street, alley, parkway, sidewalk, public park, playground, or other area or premises that is accessible to the public, or within any private dwelling that is accessible to the public for the purpose of the sale, distribution, use, or exchange, MANUFACTURE, OR ATTEMPTED MANUFACTURE of controlled substances in violation of this article, or in any school bus as defined in section 42-1-102 (88), C.R.S., while such school bus is engaged in the transportation of persons who are students at any public or private elementary, middle, junior high, or high school. The court is required in addition to imposing the sentence to imprisonment required by subsection (1) of this section, to fine the defendant without suspension at least twice the minimum fine provided for in section 18-1-105 (1) (a) (III) if the defendant's offense is a felony or in section 18-1-106 (1) if the defendant's offense is a misdemeanor.