WTTG Fox5 in DC interviewed Adam Kokesh in his Fairfax County, VA jail cell.
Surprisingly, Kokesh says the drugs found in his house when it was raided the other day weren’t his and, of course he says the drugs were planted by police. I guess he figures that might work against him during his upcoming presidential campaign;
In an exclusive jailhouse interview, Adam Kokesh denies any connection to the drugs. Here is part of the transcript of that interview with Kokesh: “If they found a stash of magic mushrooms in my house, they were not mine. ANY IDEA WHOSE THEY WERE, OR WHY THEY WERE IN YOUR HOUSE? I’m pretty confident that, whether or not they found anything, the full paper bags that [U.S. Park Police] brought into my house would insure that they had charges to bring against me. ARE YOU IMPLYING THAT THOSE DRUGS WERE PLANTED? Yes.”
Kokesh, who has been arrested several times before by U.S. Park Police, says that agency has a “vendetta” against him, but he believes the evidence in the drug case is weak.
Federal officers have now filed a weapons charge against Kokesh for wielding the shotgun in D.C. on the Fourth of July. Here’s more of the interview: “WAS IT A REAL SHOTGUN AND WERE THEY REAL SHELLS GOING INTO IT? Yes. ON THE VIDEO YOU POSTED? Yes. YOU DID KNOW THAT WAS ILLEGAL IN D.C.? It’s called civil disobedience.”
Well, people get jailed for “civil disobedience” all of the time, that’s why it’s called disobedience.