Scott talks with journalist Arthur Bloom about the case of Donald Reynolds. Reynolds is currently serving a life sentence plus 75 years in a Communications Management Unit (CMU), a prison for terrorists. But Reynolds is not a terrorist, he’s in on drug, weapons and money laundering charges. But Bloom does not find the case against Reynolds compelling. He explains why and gives his best guess for what’s really going on. Scott and Reynolds also examine the possible link between this case and the ATF’s Fast and Furious gunwalking scandal.
Discussed on the show:
- “The Knoxville Kingpin Who Wasn’t” (The American Conservative)
- “More Odd Details in the Donald Reynolds, Jr. Case” (The American Conservative)
- “A Response to John Kiriakou” (Arthuriana Substack)
- Fast and Furious OAJ Report (2012)
Arthur Bloom is an editor, researcher, and amateur colonial historian. His work has appeared in The American Conservative, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The Guardian, and many other outlets. Subscribe to his Substack Arthuriana and follow him on Twitter @j_arthur_bloom.
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