BREAKING - Mike Adams On James Stewart Being Seized By Armed Bounty Hunters





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Published on Jul 27, 2012

James Stewart, the 65-year-old raw "milk man" and founder of Rawesome Foods, was assaulted near his home today by three armed men driving unmarked luxury vehicles with no license plates.

Mike Adams joins Robert Scott Bell to give the details

UPDATE FROM MIKE ADAMS 11:43AM PST - Readers of this story were asking for more details and comments on Mark McAfee. As this story is moving quickly, some of the relevant details haven't yet been reported. Mark had really gone out on a limb to help bail out James Stewart, even putting up his own house as collateral. When James failed to make a recent court appearance in Ventura -- because he had decided to fight the malicious charges against him from outside the system -- this put McAfee and other people at financial risk. McAfee, in particular, had mortgaged his house to raise some of this bail money, which I believe came to $100,000 on McAfee's part. This money would have been forfeited had James not been taken into custody by the bounty hunters.

It's not yet clear whether McAfee had anything to do with leading the bounty hunters to James. Many people suspect so, and opinion is currently divided over whether this was a reluctant but important act of financial preservation or a betrayal of a key figure in the raw food community. I intend to reach out to McAfee to ask for his accounting of events, if he is willing to go on the record with comments. My history with McAfee has so far been a positive one, and I have known him to be a strong advocate of raw food freedom and someone who clearly went out of his way to help James Stewart make his bail.





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