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Published on July 26th, 2014 | by Cliff Kincaid


Who is FBI Fugitive Elizabeth Ann Duke?

“A Real Massive Fraud” on the People of the United States

Who is FBI Fugitive Elizabeth Ann Duke and what is her relationship with President Barack Obama?



Background: Legal activist Montgomery Blair Sibley has filed several motions, attempting to determine the details behind the improper and illegal order of dismissal of the indictment of terrorist fugitive Elizabeth Ann Duke. He believes that the Obama administration got a judge to dismiss the charges in return for lenient treatment for the judge’s son in a federal drug case.

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By Montgomery Blair-Sibley

These allegations relate to the quid-pro-quo that caused Magistrate Judge Robinson to enter the improper and illegal order of dismissal of the Indictment of Elizabeth Duke. In return for her dismissal, she received extraordinary consideration in the prosecution of her son, Philip Robinson Winkfield, who was facing 40 years.

April 25, 2008 – Police arrest Philip Robinson Winkfield and seize five loaded guns, including two semiautomatic pistols, two shotguns and a semiautomatic assault rifle; a bullet resistant vest; 157 grams of heroin; 180 grams of crack; more than six pounds of marijuana and $8,000 cash.

May 23, 2008 – Winkfield indicted on State Drug offenses.

November 2008 – Obama elected President. U.S. Attorney took over the case from Maryland.

December 3, 2008 – Winkfield pleads guilty to being an armed heroin dealer. Judge Motz said: “This is not a cooperation agreement.”

April 8, 2009 – Motz enters order granting Winkfield’s Motion to Seal Documents.

April 10, 2009 – Winkfield – eligible for a 40 year sentence – is sentenced to five years in federal prison.

June 17, 2009 – Magistrate Judge Deborah A. Robinson held a hearing at which the government made an Oral Motion to Dismiss Indictment and Quash Arrest Warrant as to Duke which was granted by Magistrate Judge Deborah A. Robinson.

August 31, 2012 – Winkfield released after serving only 4.3 years of his five year sentence.

Judge Robinson – under threat that her son could be committed to Maryland State Prison where the threat of violence is much higher and knowing her son was facing 40 years in prison – caved to the Obama Administration’s demand to dismiss an indictment against the fugitive, domestic terrorist, Capitol-bombing Elizabeth Duke and signing the order impersonating an Article III judge. In return, her son received the velvet glove treatment.

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