Humint Events Online: Blast from the Past-- Delmart Vreeland

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Blast from the Past-- Delmart Vreeland

Delmart "Mike" Vreeland (born March 20, 1966), near Grosse Pointe, Michigan became notable for claiming to predict the events of September 11, 2001.

Vreeland, wanted by police in eight Michigan jurisdictions for crimes like fraud and burglary was arrested in Iowa's Franklin County on October 20, 2004. According to Sheriff's Deputies, Vreeland ran an identity theft ring in the Detroit area for a few years and had felony convictions for breaking and entering and receiving stolen property. Shortly after the September 11 attacks, Vreeland apparently claimed that he wrote a note that foreshadowed those events while he was in prison.

Vreeland is reportedly considered a folk hero among conspiracy theorists who believe he is a spy for the Office of Naval Intelligence. Government officials reportedly denied that Vreeland ever served in the Navy.[1] Vreeland's various claims have included knowing the cause of death of a Canadian Embassy employee before it was officially released, working as an undercover American naval officer, and being the victim of a conspiracy of government officials attempting to keep him quiet. Police officers have reportedly characterized Vreeland as "a skilled con".[2]

In 2008, Vreeland was sentenced in Colorado to 336 years to life in prison after he was convicted of inducement of child prostitution, sexual assault, sexual exploitation of children and distribution of cocaine following his luring of two boys to perform sexual acts on-camera in exchange for cocaine, money and the promise of a drum kit.
Love that 33!

Some non-wiki background on Vreeland-- from Mike Ruppert!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trumping up bogus charges of Sexual Exploitation of Children and giving them 336 years to Life is arguably the most effective way to discredit somebody in this country.

If you think your government isn't capable or willing to do such a thing, you have a lot to learn, my friends.

The Vreeland family has a long history of fighting for the freedoms that we enjoy in this country, dating back to the Revolutionary War. Also, a Vreeland was one of the first Directors of the Office of Naval Intelligence. Fact.

Read between the lines. Look deeper. Think for yourself.

-A member of the Vreeland family

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