Missouri Journalist Silenced, Shot & Caged for Questioning ‘Authorities’

Weinhaus can receive mail at:

Eastern Reception Diagnostic Corr Center
ATTN: Jeffrey Weinhaus, #1261778
Highway K
Bonne Terre, MO 63628

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Pete Eyre

Pete Eyre is co-founder of CopBlock.org. As an advocate of peaceful, consensual interactions, he seeks to inject a message of complete liberty and self-government into the conversation of police accountability.

Eyre went to undergrad and grad school for law enforcement, then spent time in DC as an intern at the Cato Institute, a Koch Fellow at the Drug Policy Alliance, Directer of Campus Outreach at the Institute for Humane Studies, Crasher-in-Chief at Bureaucrash, and as a contractor for the Future of Freedom Foundation.

In 2009 he left the belly of the beast and hit the road with Motorhome Diaries and later co-founded Liberty On Tour. He spent time in New Hampshire home, and was involved with Free Keene, the Free State Project and The Daily Decrypt.

  • JC

    Weinhaus wasn’t a journalist. He was a domestic terrorist. He brought a gun to meet police officers and didn’t put it down when ordered by police. He is now spending the rest of his life in prison where he needs to be. Thank God.

  • t

    “Diagnostic”? Is he in a mental unit?

  • wickeddevelopment

    it seems i have posted something about this….. naw

  • Phil Southernblack Franklin

    FLORIDA v. ROYER, 460 U.S. 491 (1983)

  • RaymondbyEllis

    While he perhaps should be, “Eastern Reception Diagnostic Corr Center” is just a euphemistic title for an all-male, all-adult, penitentiary. It should really just be “Eastern Penitentiary”.

  • sammy sneedy

    really r U off Ur meds 4 long. I wouldn’t meet w/ cops 4 anything. When they come 2 my door that’s where they stay, n I tell them they r not allowed in my house. I’m not a fool but U go head n b 1, we’ll say a prayer when U fall victim or r U 1 o those protected rich slimes.

  • RaymondbyEllis

    He wasn’t a domestic terrorist. You want domestic terrorist look at the Third KKK (unfortunately, local government actually worked with them to promote their terrorism) and the Weather Underground, for examples. He was just an anti-government extremist and that doesn’t equate to domestic terrorist.

    Otherwise, he did what you said, and was convicted for it.

  • keepitreal

    Maybe he’ll be your bunkie when NC comes to get you. For impersonating. As well as being a douchebag.

  • Unanymous

    @ JC. I rarely resort to this – but you don’t have a soul. Sorry.

  • Unanymous

    @ JC. I rarely resort to this – but you don’t have a soul. Sorry…

  • Jayson Barjarat

    I believe that these two police personnel, were sent to attempt to kill this man. Every state has their “Special Unit “..that do in fact hunt, harass, arrest or kill people the state deems a threat. State Hitmen is what these two are.

  • t

    Please guy…you are a terrorist.

  • t

    It should be…RaymondbyBinLaden.

  • JC

    Sure I do.

  • JC
  • JC

    Another childish rant by the copblock Rain man.

  • JC

    No, He was making death threats towards the PD and other entities. He is where he needs to be for basically the rest of his life.


  • JC

    Yes I do

  • definitelynotperfect

    Well done Pete. This was an assassination through & through. Being a person that was wrongfully charged and paraded through the legal process, I know 1st hand how badly our court systems, prosecutors and leo’s operate. I sure hope he gets an appeal, acquitted, sues and wins. I know that is a low percentage dream, but i’d sure like to see that play out.

  • Gary M. Marino

    If they don’t want to clean themselves up, it is Up to the People to clean them up… We neeed a few good Anonymous Vigilante Groups to hunt down crooked cops and politicians. The System can’t be trusted to police itself.

  • torture666killer

    Sounds like he said ” you’re gonna have to shoot me.”

  • Jerad Dorner

    You fuckin jerk

  • Jerad Dorner

    Shut the fuck up don’t fuckin talk about Jeffrey

  • Jerad Dorner

    This fuckin shit pisses me off

  • Wile E. Coyote

    I don’t know about that but I DO know that the police in this country are not trained properly. Whoever is in charge of the national police acadamy, or whatever, needs to be replaced by someone that IS competent.

  • RaymondbyEllis

    “What I’ve been trying to lay down over the last 16 years is my right to go in there and blast you (expletive) out of there if we have to,” Weinhaus said in the YouTube video. “You’re going down one way or another.” (Daily Journal Online November 26, 2013 6:40 am). That’s the one I could find that precipitated the police action. Empty words unless he had the means.

    The link you gave just had him expressing opinions, but did mention the alledged death threat, over the top but just opinions. People do confuse opinions with death threats. The reason I used the KKK and the WU is that they actually commited actions to further their political aims. That made them domestic terrorists. Some guy ranting isn’t a domestic terrorist.

    I haven’t seen it anywhere, so was one of the convictions for making a death threat?

  • RaymondbyEllis

    Police academies are local/regional. Got a lot of people to replace, and it would make no difference. It’s the culture and its preconceptions, paradigms, or any other word you can come up with to describe a sub-groups thinking…especially one that thinks only it can judge itself.

    This article http://www.businessinsider.com/why-do-us-police-kill-so-many-people-2014-8 points out the difference between some other 1st world countries and the USA, and the reporting issues. It does sink into “it’s the arms race between police and civilians”, so facile explaining nothing.

  • RaymondbyEllis

    I don’t know where to begin other than turn off the TV.

  • Wile E. Coyote

    Tushay, good article thank you.

  • JC

    You are a very sad little man. Go play with your dollies

  • JC

    Yawn…… zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  • JC

    His house was searched and his computer was taken along with other items. He used the computer to make death threats towards the PD and government officials.

  • Rogue cops cost us money

    In Missouri is legal for a cop to shoot a person in the back. Even when the threat is removed.

  • Mike TheVet

    hahahaha How’s the snow-globe life, Paul?

  • JC

    Paul? You really are off the mark.

  • Mike TheVet

    So your name is Mark now?

  • JC


  • jeff

    it’s just a dirty, hate filled, nasty soul

  • jeff

    It was an unlawful order followed by an assassination attempt. It’s kind of like a cop saying,”take off all your clothes so I can butt rape you.” and then shooting you when you say no. Not exactly the same, but kind of.

  • Art LeBeau

    Correct Weinhaus was not a journalist in the manner of which we understand. He was a person who expressed his 1st amendment rights (and I don’t agree with all he said). However he was not a terrorist. I have followed this case and was in the court during all the proceedings. The prosecutor did a “beautiful” set up along with Judge Sutherland –study it all and you will know the truth. Weinhaus does not belong in prison. Hopefully he will get a new trial or the matter (several counts) dropped. It will be opined by the appeal court on December 10th and then an opinion. I pray our Lord Jesus opens the eyes of the court and they free Weinhaus.
    The original defense attorney only did a fair job (they couldn’t afford to hire the best ones) however the public defender is now doing a superb job.

  • torture666killer

    I have dealt with the police on many occasions. They are assholes. Any one with any common sense, wouldn’t have brought a gun to a meeting with police. That’s number one. Two, why the fuck would they want to assassinate an obvious nut ball? It’s fucked up the dude got 25 years, after being shot to shit, but seriously, you don’t go out in public, letting the world know you want to hang politicians. You keep that for your underground freedom squad.

  • Mike Seidenberg Sr.

    Gary coming from a law Enforcement family im sickened by these corrupt cops and officials these scumbags actions do nothing but incite the public to mistrust and hate all law enforcement putting them in constant mortal danger our nations police departments public image is in bad shape parents no longer teach their children to trust the police. Bad cops endanger all cops

  • Difdi

    The big problem is that there are an abundance of laws that define who is an accomplice to a crime, who is an accomplice after the fact, who is a criminal conspirator, etc, but they are almost never applied to police officers or police departments.

    It’s incredibly easy to become an accomplice to a crime. So easy in fact that it’s rare to find a police officer who isn’t an accomplice to something that a fellow officer has done. Many police departments actually would fall under the RICO Act, if they were subjected to the same sort of scrutiny a street gang is.

    If the laws about who is and is not an accomplice were applied fairly and evenly, there would be very few police officers left outside of prison cells — for some reason (one that makes no sense to me), police are considered to be good cops so long as they are not primary actors in a crime.

    But if they were subjected to the laws everyone else is, there wouldn’t be any good cops.