Investigative journalist and legal advocate Matthew Evans has come forward with a disturbing account of the coercive tactics employed by the United States government against him in an effort to silence his ongoing advocacy for individuals affected by the events of January 6th in Washington D.C. , and coerce him into working as an asset for the agency.
The Department of Justice has denied any wrongdoing in what is being referred to as the “Fedsurrection” on January 6th, yet these new claims are giving reason for pause and further investigation.
In his 25-page filing, Mr. Evans detailed how he had previously attempted to inform District Judge Dabney Friedrich that he had worked with U.S. Marshalls in designing a sting operation that led to the apprehension of a human trafficker who had escaped from prison.
While this act was certainly admirable, it appears that the government made sure this information remained hidden from public view in order to suppress any positive press regarding Mr. Evans’ case or involvement with law enforcement in general.
It was also revealed that Dale Javino – who is described by Evans as “a real and present danger” – may have been working at the behest of the government when he allegedly encouraged Mr. Evans to engage in driving munitions across country and take other actions at a Capitol building in Michigan prior to January 6th.
This would suggest that Javino may have been utilized as an operative or confidential source by the DOJ for their own agenda; an agenda which may have included entrapping Mr. Evans into taking part in criminal activity related to January 6th events instead of recognizing his heroic efforts against human trafficking beforehand.
An iconic picture coupled with crushing headlines from countless media sources painted Javino and Trump together as much more than a random picture. According to legacy media, Javino impersonated an NYPD officer managing to slip past Secret Service and NYPD security measures into the secured area for the politically damning photo op.
Trump with convicted felon Dale Javino who set up Trump at 2016 rally. Evans claims that he was enticed into violating standard conditions of his probation by encouraging and coercing him to work “off the books” for the FBI, providing information about January 6th in exchange for “monetary rewards,” agents who were in his “corner,” and promises of “safety from further prosecution.”According to Mr. Evans, FBI agents asked how his probation was going and told him that “working for the government would be to his advantage.”Moreover, they allegedly used a carrot-and-stick method of coercive tactics – escalating into veiled threats – culminating what can only be perceived as flat-out intimidation: they told him to “read between the lines.”