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Fri Aug 10, 2018, 07:40 PM

California Wildfire Suspect Posted About QAnon, Other Conspiracies

Source: Huff Post

A man arrested on Tuesday in connection with a devastating wildfire in Southern California is a conspiracy theorist who posted videos about satanic rituals and QAnon.

“This place is going to burn,” Forrest Clark, 51, allegedly texted a volunteer fire chief two weeks before an inferno enveloped Orange County, burning nearly 20,000 acres and destroying 12 homes.

The Holy Fire still rages and is only 5 percent contained, the Orange County Register reported.

Read more: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/california-wildfire-suspect-posted-about-qanon-other-conspiracies_us_5b6dc69de4b0ae32af97e953

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Response to dawg day (Original post)

Fri Aug 10, 2018, 07:58 PM

1. A self-prophesizing conspiracy theorist

A self-righteous guy who's always right because he carries out his own plans. Mentally hard-wired reality. A sure bet.

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Fri Aug 10, 2018, 08:53 PM

2. He acted crazy in court and the judge

was not amused. I am pissed off at Karma. His home was not damaged by the fires but those around him were.

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Sat Aug 11, 2018, 07:51 AM

3. Figures. No sane person believes in QAnon. nt

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Sat Aug 11, 2018, 08:43 AM

4. He obviously needed Long term phychiatric care in a locked facility. Officials were warned

but seems he got through any cracks in the mental health programs......


....Mike Milligan, the chief of Holy Jim Volunteer Fire Department, showed CNN the text messages, according to a Friday report. He said residents who knew Clark were scared of him.

“For us, it’s disappointing because he is just a scourge on this canyon,” Milligan told local media. “Every single person in this canyon is afraid of him. Number one, avoids him; number two, knew he was going to do something crazy.”

Orange County sheriff’s deputies received a call reporting “erratic behavior” by Clark on July 23 and placed him on a psychiatric hold, the Associated Press reported, citing Carrie Braun, a department spokeswoman. The department did not say when Clark was released from police custody at the time.

On his Facebook page, Clark had posted dozens of videos spanning years delving into absurd conspiracies, including beliefs that Satanists run amok and control the world. He believed Pizzagate is real (it’s not, but it did lead to a seriously dangerous situation) and more recently that someone deep within the U.S. intelligence community is posting clues to troll boards, including 4chan and 8chan, about a coming political reckoning.

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