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January 1, Final 3 Men Charged with Plotting to Kidnap Gov. Whitmer Found Not Guilty



The final three men implicated in the alleged conspiracy to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer have been acquitted. William Null, his twin brother Michael Null, and Eric Molitor, who were part of the 14 originally charged in this high-profile case, have all been found not guilty.

This update comes after Adam Fox and Barry Croft Jr. faced conviction for kidnapping conspiracy just last year.

According to reports from WLNS 6, the trio – William and Michael Null, and Eric Molitor – were absolved of charges related to providing support for a terrorist act and a weapons violation.

Their alleged involvement was centered around their participation in military-style drills and purportedly scouting Governor Whitmer’s vacation home in northern Michigan.

A crucial revelation from the trial, as covered by MCNBC, highlighted that two of the three defendants admitted their involvement in these drills. However, they clarified they remained unaware of the actual kidnap plan until its final stages.

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  1. B. D. Price

    September 16, 2023 at 8:33 pm

    My first thought, several years ago, was that this would turn out to be a fake kidnapping. Why would a bunch of rednecks want to bother with her? They are bound to get caught. And I wondered, if the whole stunt is staffed by FBI guys, wouldn’t she have to be informed beforehand? In which case, she’s an accomplice.

  2. nate

    September 17, 2023 at 7:32 am

    Scam to get attention.

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