Criminal Complaint against Tamufor Nchumuluh St. Michael has been ongoing since 2019. BaretaNews can authoritatively confirm from several exclusive court documents, and after talking to some ambazonians who knew about the indictments, that the US department of Justice (DOJ) has been investigating ambazonians since 2019. They only filed the second charges on June 01, 2021 because they must have gathered overwhelming evidence, enough to get a guilty verdict and convict.
Case Number 19-2413ADC, United States of America v. Tamufor Nchumuluh St. Michael, brought forward by Special Agent Jennifer Marks of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)
www.BaretaNews.com can confirm that Tamufor St. Michael has been compromised, and has entered a plea deal that led to the incrimination of Ma Ngang Edith, and Alambi Walters. Tamufor St. Michael is actively working witht he Feds to bring down ambazonians who have comitted crimes in the USA. He will be offered a lighter prison sentence in return for his corperation.
The three ambazonians who have been indicted must have been brought in by the US DOJ to plead guilty & corporate (by selling the revolution) in order to get a lighter sentence. All those who have been indicted are now a clear threat to all ambazonians. all their communications and finances are being monitored.
A statement on the indictment of Ma Ngang from the Interim Government of Sisiku AyukTabe reads..
Ma Ngang was a loyal and hard working Cabinet member who served Ambazonia well.
We are saddened to hear of her troubles with the US justice system. Ambazonians should tread carefully. Respect the law in whichever country you find yourself in.. The IG of Sisiku AyukTabe stands with Ma Ngang in prayers.
We wish to tell all Ambazonians not to be afraid of Ma Ngang, she has promised not to “snitch” or cut a “Plea deal” and sell our revolution.SISIKU AYUKTABE – Kondengui Principal Prison, Yaounde
Asu Lucas of the ADF/AGovC under Ayaba Cho has called for Ambazonians to distance themselves from Ma Ngang Edith, because she has become “a liability to our struggle”.
An Article from QZ.com in 2019 https://qz.com/1677557/us-navy-reservist-accused-of-dealing-homemade-ar-15s-and-ak-47s/ reads..
Federal prosecutors charged a US Navy reservist earlier this month with illegally manufacturing military-grade weapons in his Maryland home, including AR-15 and AK-47 assault rifles, according to newly unsealed court documents obtained by Quartz.
Investigators said they also found computer-controlled milling equipment and a hydraulic press, which are used to make weapons, as well as multiple handguns, rifles in various states of completion, thousands of rounds of ammunition, and instruction manuals for building improvised explosive devices, or IEDs.
St. Michael is free on bail pending his next court date. He was ordered to surrender his passport and is not allowed to leave Maryland without permission.
Edith Ngang, Indicted on June 01, 2021, Criminal Number CCB 21-cr-195, Case Number 1:21-cr-00195-CCB at the US District Court, District of Maryland
COUNT ONE (Conspiracy)
- Beginning in or before November, 2017, and continuing until at least July 19, 2019, in the District of Maryland and elsewhere, the defendant
did knowingly and willfully combine, conspire, confederate, and agree with others, known and unknown to the United States Attorney for the District of Maryland, to commit certain offenses against the United States, that is:
a. to knowingly and willfully export and attempt to export from the United States to Nigeria ammunition, firearms, and various other items, which were defense articles listed on the
United States Munitions List, without first obtaining the required license or written approval from the State Department, in violation of 22 U.S.C. § 2778(b)(the Arms Export Control Act (“AECA”));
b.to knowingly and willfully export and attempt to export ammunition, firearms and various other items from the United States to Nigeria, in violation of 50 U.S.C. §§ 4801 et seq. (the Export Control Reform Act of 2018 (“ECRA”);
c.to knowingly and willfully export and attempt to export ammunition, firearms and various other items from the United States, in violation of 50 U.S.C. §§ 1701-1707 (the International Emergency Powers Act (“IEEPA”));
d.to fraudulently and knowingly export or send from the United States, or attempt to export or send from the United States, any merchandise, article, or object contrary to any law or regulation of the United States,, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 554 (smuggling);
e.to knowingly file and cause the filing of false electronic export information, in violation of 13 U.S.C. § 305;
f.to engage in the business of importing, manufacturing and dealing in firearms without a license and in the course of such business ship, transport and receive firearms in interstate and foreign commerce, in violation of 18 U.S.C. §922(a)(1);
f.to deliver to a common carrier for transport in foreign commerce items that contained firearms and ammunition without providing written notice to the carrier, in violation of
18U.S.C. §922(e), and
Alambi Walters Muma, Indicted on June 01, 2021, Criminal Number CCB 21-cr-194, Case Number 1:21-cr-00194-CCB at the US District Court, District of Maryland.