On April 9, 2014, at 0745, Wayne Simmons had his life changed forever. That morning he received a visit from Kendra McLamb and Joanne Altenberg, two incompetent Special Agents of the FBI. They came under the false pretense of investigating a financial crime, a crime which never existed.
Even though an Inspector General Action Request (IGAR) would be officially filed against those two agents, this was the genesis of the premeditated attack against Simmons by the Department of Justice. It was carried out by the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA), under the direction of U.S. Attorney Dana Boente and Assistant U.S. Attorney Paul Nathanson. Boente answered directly to Attorney General Eric Holder and later AG Loretta Lynch. This cabal had one primary goal and that was to destroy Simmons at all costs in order to protect presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton. They were tasked to end Simmons’ appearances on Fox News by stripping him of any credibility.
For over a decade on Fox he had unleashed relentless attacks on the Left, the Obama Administration, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. He criticized her for her role in the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack. Simmons had become one of the outspoken members of the Citizens Commission on Benghazi. A group of military and intelligence professionals who vociferously questioned the Obama Administrations lies about Benghazi.
This illegal attack on Simmons would begin one of the most egregious actions against an American undercover agent in national history. Evidence from a plethora of legal documents filed on PACER and from Open Source intelligence, prove that the FBI acted illegally during the arrest process. Over fifteen heavily armed FBI SWAT team agents raided Simmons’ Annapolis, MD home on October 15, 2015 at 0630 in the morning. The raid occurred even though Simmons and his attorneys were in direct discussions with the FBI for eighteen months.
The FBI not only failed to read Simmons his Miranda rights; they also illegally searched his residence without a warrant. Contrary to federal law Simmons was transported across state and federal district lines without granting him an appearance before a federal magistrate.
Simmons was eventually charged with fraud against the United States, wire fraud and felon in possession of a firearm. He was sentenced to 33 months in federal prison after following the ill-advised recommendation of his third court appointed attorney, William Cummings.
During a recorded conversation, Cummings admits that Simmons was innocent. Cummings further states that if Simmons would plead guilty to specific crimes for which he was charged, he would serve no time in prison. If Simmons pled not guilty, he faced 20-40 years in federal prison. He grudgingly accepted the plea and pled guilty to crimes that his attorney knew he did not commit. Simmons was astonished when he was sentenced to 33 months in prison.
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