Millie Weaver Arrest & Shadow Gate


John R. Houk

© August 21, 2020

 

Millie Weaver was arrested August 14 suspiciously close to the release of her Documentary “SHADOW GATE” exposing Deep State operations in the U.S. Government. It turns out Weaver’s arrest isn’t directly related to Shadow Gate, but is tied to a domestic issue between Millie, Millie’s brother and boyfriend versus Millie’s mother over a dispute over a cell phone.

 

I’ve tried to garner info on the arrests and the reason for such from various websites, but they are lacking on details focusing on arrest, jail and arraignment. The Center-Left website Heavy.com seems to me to provide the most judicious details making an effort to show the accused, Millie’s mother and Prosecutor’s perspective.

 

Reading/listening to all perspectives there appears to be a wide gulf of versions, but what strikes me is the mother made a huge effort to call off her complaint and the Prosecution proceeded anyway. That reeks of political witch hunt to me in which lawyers get richer, government Prosecutors use taxpayer money resources and an outcome that will probably end in exoneration of assault but a huge political effort to find guilt regarding handling of evidence. The evidence issue usually means Obstruction for Conservatives, a charge the Dems and Leftists have been dodging for decades.

 

This is how this post will play out. I am beginning with the Heavy.com reporting, toss in some less informative websites and culminate with an embed of Millie Weaver’s Shadow Gate. You should be made aware at this point Shadow Gate has been uploaded to various video formats. A Youtube version was attempted but I understand the Youtube censors have banned it. So appropriately I am using the Banned Video format in my embed (unfortunately I have not figured out how to embed Banned Video on my WordPress blog, ergo those readers will be stuck with a link).

 

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Millie Weaver: Ohio Arrest Related to Altercation With Her Mother, Court Docs Show

 

Millie Weaver – Instagram/@millieweaver

 

By Erin Laviola

Updated Aug 17, 2020 at 5:26pm

Heavy.com

 

Millie Weaver was arrested on August 14 on charges of robbery and domestic violence.

 

Millie Weaver, an Infowars contributor and conservative filmmaker, is facing criminal charges because of a dispute with her mother, Portage County court documents confirm.

 

Weaver, along with her partner Gavin Wince and younger brother Charles Weaver, was arrested on August 14 in front of her two young children at her home in northeastern Ohio. She was detained hours before she was scheduled to release a documentary on YouTube called Shadow Gate. Court records show she was released from custody at 2:25 p.m. on August 17 on a personal recognizance bond.

 

In a trailer for the film, Weaver claimed she had spoken with two whistleblowers who had knowledge of an orchestrated “coup” against President Donald Trump. The timing of her arrest prompted conspiracy theories online, with critics questioning whether the arrest was related to the documentary.

 

The indictment, which was made available August 17 on the Portage County Clerk of Courts website, states Weaver was charged in connection to an altercation with her mother on April 25, 2020.

 

Here’s what you need to know:

 

  1. Weaver Is Accused of Helping Wince & Her Brother Tackle Her Mother, Felicia McCarron, in Order to Get Her Phone

 

Millie Weaver criminal complaint – Portage County Sheriff

 

Millicent F. Weaver is facing felony charges because of a dispute with her mother, Felicia McCarron. The indictment, handed down by a Portage County Grand Jury, shows that the altercation happened on April 25, 2020. McCarron’s first name was spelled “Felecia” in the indictment but a search of online records shows she spells her name “Felicia.”

 

According to the criminal complaint, which Heavy obtained from the county prosecutor, McCarron had been living at the Portage County home for about a month at the time of the confrontation. She moved in after the coronavirus pandemic forced her employer in California to shut down. The report states that on April 25, McCarron was texting with a religious leader “about her daughter being mean.” McCarron accused Weaver of calling her names. Deputies said they confirmed McCarron had sent a text message to her Bishop 26 minutes before dialing 911.

 

McCarron told deputies she started recording on her phone because she wanted to document how the family treated her. She claimed her son, Charles, along with Wince and Weaver, tackled her to the ground in order to steal her phone. McCarron ran out of the house and used a neighbor’s phone to call 911. McCarron added that she saw Charles run to the back of the property and she assumed he was hiding her phone.

 

Millie Weaver criminal complaint – Portage County Sheriff

 

In a separate interview with responding deputies, Weaver denied her mother’s allegations. She claimed McCarron had lost her phone two days earlier and was upset about it. Weaver described her mother as “mentally ill and not reliable.” Weaver claimed her mother had threatened the rest of the family with a knife, put it away, and then ran outside the house yelling about calling the police. Weaver told deputies they had considered calling 911 themselves but ultimately decided against it.

 

Millie Weaver criminal complaint – Portage County Sheriff

 

Weaver is accused of threatening to harm McCarron during the course of a robbery, which is a second-degree felony. The indictment from the Portage County Grand Jury states:

 

In attempting or committing a theft offense, or in fleeing immediately after the attempt or offense, recklessly inflict, attempt to inflict, or threaten to inflict physical harm upon Felicia McCarron.

 

Weaver is further accused of attempting to destroy evidence related to the dispute, a third-degree felony:

 

Knowing that an official proceeding or investigation is in progress, or is about to be or likely to be instituted did, alter, destroy, conceal or removed a record, document or thing with the purpose to impair its value or availability as evidence in such proceeding or investigation.

 

The third count is obstructing justice, which is a fifth-degree felony charge:

 

With purpose to hinder the discovery, apprehension, prosecution, conviction, or punishment of Millicent F. Weaver, Charles L. Weaver Jr and/o Facebookr Gavon S. Wince for a crime or to assist another to benefit from the commission of a crime, communicate false information to (any person), and the crime committed by the person aided is a felony of the fifth, fourth or third degree.

 

The fourth charge is a first-degree misdemeanor count of domestic violence. The Grand Jury found probable cause that Weaver had “recklessly caused serious physical harm to the family or household member.”

 

  1. A Person Claiming to Be Weaver’s Mother Wrote on YouTube the Dispute Was About a $50 Cellphone

 

Felicia McCarron Facebook Photo (circa 2011 – Millie Weaver far right)

 

Weaver’s mother has weighed in on her daughter’s arrest. A woman claiming to be Felicia McCarron posted a comment on a YouTube video that was published by “The Official Hagmann Report” on August 14. The comment links back to an account that appears to belong to McCarron.

 

McCarron described the situation as a “family dispute” and that the robbery pertained to a $50 cellphone. McCarron claimed she had asked local authorities to drop the charges several weeks before Weaver’s arrest:

 

This is Millie’s mother … It’s my cell phone worth about $50, that she took during a family dispute that happened months ago when I was in Ohio visiting my family. She took it because I had my phone on record during an argument we were having. We resolved the issue immediately and I dropped all charges right after it happened before I left Ohio … because it was a gross misunderstanding and no harm was done.

 

All families have their disagreements…especially during a quarantine…. In Ca nothing happens when you call the police…..I am shocked my family was arrested after I told the police to drop all charges months ago. I had a general affidavit of non prosecution notarized today and I spoke with the police chief , who told me I could not do anything until Monday morning and my daughter, son and her boyfriend have to stay in jail over the weekend. I am extremely upset… this is not what I wanted to happen. I think they have a lot bigger fish to fry…makes me think this might have been done to prevent her from coming out with some political information she is covering. There was no reason for this.

 

  1. The Arrest Warrant Was Issued Nearly Four Weeks Before Weaver Was Detained

 

Millie Weaver Arrest Warrant – Secret Indictment Portage County Sheriff

 

The warrant for Weaver’s arrest was filed nearly four weeks before it was executed, Portage County court documents prove. The warrant, which can be viewed here, states that the indictment against Weaver was filed in Portage County Common Pleas Court on July 20, 2020.

 

The document was stamped by Clerk of Courts Jill Frankhauser. It includes the following language: “Bring said person before said Court without unnecessary delay.” It’s unclear why it took the sheriff’s department 25 days to carry out the arrest.

 

The warrant was labeled as a “secret indictment.” Under Ohio law, this simply means the indictment is kept sealed until after the defendant has been apprehended by law enforcement.

 

Weaver live-streamed the interaction with deputies when they came to her home on Yale Road to arrest her. In the clip, Weaver repeatedly asked why she was under arrest and expressed surprise when told that she had been indicted by a grand jury. One of the deputies eventually answered that Weaver was being arrested for burglary but did not appear to have more information at the time. (The charge turned out to be robbery, not burglary).

 

During the arrest, Weaver explained into the camera, “Guys, I’m literally about to break huge breaking news right now. I’m being arrested and I have no idea why.”

 

  1. Weaver Was Released on a Personal Recognizance Bond

 

Millie Weaver Bond P.R. – Portage County Sheriff

 

Weaver, Wince, and her brother Charles Weaver were arrested on August 14 and booked into the Portage County Jail. They remained behind bars without bond over the weekend.

 

Court records show all three were scheduled to appear before Judge Becky Doherty in the Portage County Common Pleas Court at 11am on August 17 for a formal arraignment.

 

Court documents show Prosecutor Victor Vigluicci recommended bond be set at $20,000. The document recommended Weaver be required to post at least 10 percent of the total in order to be released from custody.

 

Millie Weaver P.R. Bond (10percent down)

 

Judge Doherty agreed to set bond at $20,000 but the court document shows it is a personal recognizance bond. This means Weaver agrees to return to court for future hearings and can be released from custody without needing to pay money to the court. She would owe that money if she failed to appear in court.

 

Millie Weaver Custody Record – Portage County Sheriff

 

Court records initially listed Canton, Ohio, defense attorney Eugene O’Byrne, as Weaver’s lawyer. Attorney Troy Reeves has since been added to the court filing to represent Weaver.

 

Weaver entered a “not guilty” plea through her attorney. A discovery hearing was scheduled for September 9 and the criminal pre-trial hearing was set for October 21.

 

  1. Felicia McCarron Lives in California & Previously Worked in Real Estate

 

Felicia McCarron Facebook photo (circa 2011)

 

Weaver was born in San Bernardino and her mother is still located in southern California. Felicia McCarron previously worked in real estate, according to records with the California Department of Real Estate. Records show McCarron was a licensed salesperson from 2001 until 2013 but did not renew her license after that.

 

McCarron’s public Facebook page has not been updated since 2014. According to the page, she worked for the OC Weekly newspaper, but it’s unclear in what capacity.

 

Weaver pursued a career in the entertainment industry in the early 2010s as a model and singer, and her mother commented on those efforts on Facebook. In February 2011, McCarron announced that Millie and her sister, Minna, had debuted a single called “Hollywood Here We Come.” McCarron wrote in a second post, “Minna and Millie will be performing on the 23rd in Beverly Hills at the Pre-Academy Award/Breast Cancer Awareness Event, Hosted by David Harrison Levi.”

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Millie Weaver and her co-defendants are freed on bond

 

By Peter Barry Chowka

August 18, 2020

American Thinker

 

Conservative new media personality Millicent (Millie) Weaver, AKA Millennial Millie, had her day in court Monday morning via a live Zoom video stream from jail in northeastern Ohio after being arrested last Friday and spending the weekend locked up. As cleveland dot com reported Monday afternoon:

 

Millie Weaver and two others pleaded not guilty at a Monday arraignment in Portage County Common Pleas Court on felony charges including robbery that stem from an April altercation with Weaver’s mother, according to court records.

 

Portage County Common Pleas Court Judge Becky Doherty set Weaver’s bond at $20,000 and ordered her released on her own recognizance. Weaver’s boyfriend Gavin Wince and brother Charles Weaver pleaded not guilty to the same charges and were issued the same bond.

 

The news of Millie Weaver’s arrest and detention on Friday, August 14 — reported in my two previous posts at American Thinker here and here — received wide attention.  Contributing to that interest were Weaver’s large fan base and the fact that her arrest occurred suspiciously close to the release date of her documentary film Shadow Gate.  The 82-minute-long movie promised new revelations about the Deep State, specifically an exposé of the “operational role the shadow government played behind the scenes carrying out the coup against President Trump.”  The documentary wound up being uploaded to YouTube on Friday by Tore Maras Lindeman, who appears in the film as one of two whistleblowers.  Before it was deleted (AKA censored) from YouTube, the film had accumulated 1.3 million views.  Copies of Shadow Gate are all over the internet now, including at a censor-free site here.

 

Unconfirmed reports are that Millie Weaver’s and Gavin Wince’s two young children were returned to the couple after spending the weekend in the custody of child protective services.

 

Portage County prosecutor Victor Vigluicci said Monday that he did not know who Millie Weaver was prior to her arrest and that the case had “nothing to do with her political beliefs or whatever she chooses to publish.”  According to cleveland dot com, Weaver is being represented by Canton, Ohio attorney Eugene O’Byrne, who has not replied so far to any media inquiries.

 

A copy of the indictment of Millie Weaver and her arrest warrant, issued by the Court of Common Pleas, Portage County, Ohio on July 20, was made public on Monday and can be viewed here.

 

Millie Weaver speaks with Tore Maras Lindeman in a video call from jail, August 16, 2020.

 

Millie Weaver’s friend and collaborator on Shadow Gate, Tore Maras Lindeman, posted the audio of her August 16 15-minute-long conversation with Millie Weaver while Weaver was in jail.  The audio can be accessed here.  The sound begins at the 2 minute and 12 second mark.

 

This story is far from over.  In addition to the disposition of the case against the three defendants, my research and deep dive into open source records have turned up some new and interesting insights into the whole affair surrounding the arrest and the film Shadow Gate.  Watch for further reports here at American Thinker.

 

Peter Barry Chowka is a veteran journalist who writes about politics, media, popular culture, and health care for American Thinker and other publications.  He also appears in the media, including recently as a contributor to BBC World News.  Peter’s website is http://peter.media. His YouTube channel is here. For updates on his work, follow Peter on Twitter at @pchowka.

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Investigative Journalist ‘Millennial’ Millie Weaver Released from Ohio Jail, November Trial Set

 

Millie Weaver (Photo “Millie Weaver” by Millie Weaver.)

 

By Jack Windsor

August 18, 2020

The Tennessee Star

 

Millicent F. Weaver, 29, known in digital circles and on social feeds as Millennial Millie was arrested in a Diamond, Ohio home on Friday August 14.

 

Weaver’s boyfriend, Gavin Wince, 46, and brother Charles Weaver, 26, were also arrested. A Portage County Grand Jury issued secret arrest warrants for all three charging them with robbery, tampering with evidence, obstruction of justice and domestic violence.

 

Weaver captured her arrest on video that was later released on Twitter by YouTube sensation Mark Dice.  In the video, Weaver asks why she is being arrested and the officer can be heard saying ““I’ll give you all your paperwork when we get to the jail.”

 

Millie goes on to say, “I’m literally about to break huge breaking news right now and I’m being arrested, and I have no idea why.”

 

The breaking news she referred to in her arrest video is her investigative report Shadowgate, which released Friday.

 

The Ohio Star talked with Millie Weaver and she said she was instructed to not comment on the case.

 

Weaver’s case is State of Ohio v. Millicent F. Weaver and is an open case that will be adjudicated by Portage County Common Pleas Court Judge Becky L. Doherty. During Monday’s arraignment, Judge Doherty set bond for Weaver at $20,000 but released her on her own recognizance.

 

Shadowgate introduces two people who both claim to have been private contractors working for private companies that siphon digital information (web traffic, text messages, phone calls) collected by the National Security Agency (NSA), the national-level intelligence agency of the United States Department of Defense.

 

According to the whistleblowers, information collected by the NSA is mirrored, or duplicated. That duplicated data, it is alleged, is retained by contractors who sell it to people who use it for nefarious purposes. Those purposes include using data in psychological operations deployed through mainstream and social media outlets to influence elections, and as a source of blackmail to bully opponents of political initiatives.

 

Charles Weaver and Gavin Wince were also released Monday on their own recognizance.

 

The trial date is set for November 2, the day before the 2020 United States Presidential election.

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Jack Windsor is Managing Editor and an Investigative Reporter at The Ohio Star. Windsor is also an Investigative Reporter at WMFD-TV. Follow Jack on Twitter. Email tips to jackw@wmfd.com.
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Banned VIDEO: SHADOW GATE – FULL FILM

https://banned.video/watch?id=5f37fcc2df77c4044ee2eb03

 

Posted by Millie Weaver

Aug 15, 2020

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