Fox Reporter Malia Zimmerman Queen of Fake News Wrote Bogus Articles on Murder of Set Rich and Gang Boss Marcus Dwayne Robertson Now Sued by Private Detective

Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Fox Reporter Malia Zimmerman Queen of Fake News Wrote Bogus Articles on Murder of Set Rich and Gang Boss Marcus Dwayne Robertson Now Sued by Private Detective. Back on  March 28th, 2015, private detective Bill Warner, (ME), collaborated with Fox News reporter Malia Zimmerman on a story about NYC Gang Boss Marcus Dwayne Robertson who was now living in Orlando Fl: NY gang boss resurfaced at Florida mosque, sending radicalized jihadists overseas, say feds. A Muslim extremist who once led a murderous New York gang dubbed “Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves” and then resurfaced decades later as a radical imam at a Florida mosque is begging for help funding his legal defense against charges he committed tax fraud to, according to authorities, finance terror training for his followers. Bill Warner, a private investigator in Sarasota, Fla., and anti-Mulsim extremist activist, has been tracking Robertson since 2009. He claims that in addition to the most recent crimes, Robertson has “links to Al Qaeda going back to at least 1993 in New York City” and also previously was associated with Omar Abdel Rahman, the so-called “Blind Sheik” whose Muslim extremist group is blamed for the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993. Rahman, convicted of seditious conspiracy with nine others, is serving a life sentence at the Butner Federal Correctional Institution in North Carolina. In early 1991, Robertson joined with other former Muslim security guards to form a robbery gang they called the ‘Forty Thieves’ with Robertson as the leader known as “Ali Baba.” They robbed more than 10 banks, private homes and post offices at gun point, shot three police officers, and attacked one cop after he was injured by a homemade pipe bomb, Bill Warner said. Government records confirm Bill Warner’s allegations and add that Robertson personally gave more than $300,000 of stolen funds to mosques he attended. After he was arrested in 1991, Robertson cut a deal with prosecutors, and served just four years in prison while his cronies remain behind bars to this day. Fox News reporter Malia Zimmerman never provided who her Federal sources were and did not prove any connection to Marcus Dewayne Robertson and International terrorism in her a story about NYC Gang Boss Marcus Dwayne Robertson.

On June 12th, 2016 Fox News Reporter Malia Zimmerman wrote: Orlando gunman tied to radical imam released from prison last year, say law enforcement sources. In the story, Malia Zimmerman cited anonymous law enforcement sources alleging that Omar Mateen the Pulse Nightclub shooter had enrolled in Robertson’s online seminary and received “spiritual guidance” from the imam. Robertson is a complicated figure with a violent past that includes executing a drug dealer in Queens and dozens of armed robberies. But even his some of his staunchest adversaries were shocked by Zimmerman’s piece.  “That was bull crap,” says Bill Warner, a private investigator in Sarasota, Florida, who has hounded Robertson for years, digging up court records and posting them on his website. Bill Warner told me that Zimmerman had contacted him several times to talk about Robertson. “Yeah he’s a bad guy,” Bill Warner said, “But that was terrible writing a bogus story. Marcus Dewayne Robertson should have sued Fox News and Malia Zimmerman.”
Private Detective sues Fox News Reporter Malia Zimmerman for false story. NY Times August 1st 2017, ‘Lawsuit Asserts White House Role in Fox News Article on Seth Rich‘. Private detective Rod Wheeler is at the center of a Fox News article about the death of a young Democratic aide claims that the White House and a wealthy Trump supporter urged the network to publish the article as part of a scheme to blunt speculation about the president’s ties to Russia, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday August 1st, 2017. Rod Wheeler, who was hired by the family of the aide, Seth Rich, to look into his death, said in the suit that the Fox News network fabricated quotations from him in an article about Mr. Rich on FoxNews.com. Mr. Wheeler states that the network was aware that he had not said the statements yet it published them “with reckless disregard for their truth.”The network later retracted the article, saying it did not meet its standards. In the suit, Mr. Wheeler, who is a Fox News contributor, asserts that he was a pawn in a broader plan by the White House, a Trump supporter named Ed Butowsky and Fox News to “shift the blame from Russia and help put to bed speculation that President Trump colluded with Russia in an attempt to influence the outcome of the presidential election.” The lawsuit, alleging defamation and racial discrimination, was filed Tuesday morning in the United States District Court in the Southern District of New York. It named Fox News, 21st Century Fox, Mr. Butowsky and the author of the article, Malia Zimmerman, as defendants. Mr. Rich, who worked for the Democratic National Committee, was fatally shot in Washington, D.C., in July 2016. The case is unsolved. The retracted article, citing law enforcement sources, said Mr. Rich had shared thousands of D.N.C. emails with WikiLeaks — a theory that would undercut the assertions that Russia had interfered in the election on behalf of Mr. Trump.

Back on May 26th 2017 David Gauvey Herbert wrote: Fox News anchor Sean Hannity reheated the long-cold conspiracy theory connecting the murder of Seth Rich, a 27-year-old staffer at the Democratic National Committee, to WikiLeaks’ publication of stolen DNC emails. As the controversy around the cruel, debunked story has swirled, most coverage has focused on Hannity, who aggressively promoted the story before retreating on May 23. Less well known is Malia Zimmerman, the FoxNews.com reporter who wrote the now-retracted May 16 investigative report that fueled Hannity’s crusade. Zimmerman has covered a wide gamut of right-wing boogiemen since joining FoxNews.com in 2015. On June 12th 2016 a FoxNews.com, banner headline read: ORLANDO MASSACRE GUNMAN CONNECTED TO RADICAL IMAM. In the story, Malia Zimmerman cited anonymous law enforcement sources alleging that Mateen had enrolled in Robertson’s online seminary and received “spiritual guidance” from the imam. The Daily Beast and CBS News followed up with their own pieces, and narrative quickly slipped into the right-wing internet’s bloodstream, including Breitbart, The Blaze, The Daily Caller, and Townhall. Fox News frequently uses Zimmerman’s reporting as a sort of feedback loop to establish a patina of credibility to on-air segments: after her story last month about intelligence “unmasking” during the Trump transition, for example, she appeared on The O’Reilly Factor. The Orlando shooting was no different. Two days after the attack, producers for Greta Van Susteren’s show On the Record invited Robertson onto the program to defend himself. In a wide-ranging interview, he insisted that he had not been arrested, had never met Mateen, and had not enrolled him in the seminary. Van Susteren herself was satisfied by his explanation and moved on to ask him about his thoughts on the presidential campaign. (He was for Bernie.) The Intercept’s Murtaza Hussain took a big step toward debunking Zimmerman’s story soon after. Robertson is a complicated figure with a violent past that includes executing a drug dealer in Queens and dozens of armed robberies. But even his some of his staunchest adversaries were shocked by Zimmerman’s piece. “That was bull crap,” says Bill Warner, a private investigator in Sarasota, Florida, who has hounded Robertson for years, digging up court records and posting them on his website. Warner told me that Zimmerman had contacted him several times to talk about Robertson. “Yeah he’s a bad guy,” he told me, “But that was terrible. He should have sued them.”


FOX NEWS got it all wrong about Marcus , he may have been a bad guy and linked to terrorists in NYC but he went to work for the CIA and killed really bad guys in the Middle East and West Africa as a covert operator. I first told you about US Marine Marcus Dwayne Robertson and how he was an FBI and CIA Covert Agent working undercover in West Africa, Egypt and in New York City. Back on April 18th, 2015, I wrote, Orlando Imam Abu Taubah aka Marcus Robertson Claims in Federal Lawsuit He Was a Covert Operator For CIA and FBI Terrorist Task Force For 3 Years Prior to His Arrest. Orlando Imam Abu Taubah aka Marcus Robertson was a double agent for the FBI and CIA. While he was in jail on 11/13/2012, Orlando Imam Abu Taubah filed a Federal Lawsuit against 8 FBI agents, FBI boss at the time Eric Holder and Roger Hnadberg III the Asst United States Attorney in the Middle District of Florida, Marcus Robertson claims he was a covert operator for the CIA and the FBI Terrorist Task Force From 2004 to 2007. Ex-Marine Marcus Robertson aka Imam Abu Taubah claims in his lawsuit that he had a contract with the United States Government in which he was asked to carry out covert operations with and against suspected and known terrorists organizations/groups. During said operations, in the USA and Internationally, the US Government, the FBI and the CIA authorized and assisted Marcus Robertson aka Imam Abu Taubah in the use of firearms, weapons, training of terror suspects by providing various forms of logistics, information’s and Monies. I supplied Fox News reporter Malia Zimmerman with all this information about Marcus Dwayne Robertson and how he was an FBI and CIA Covert Agent working undercover, but she never wrote a single word.


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