Fritz Springmeier who claims to expose “the illuminati”, has quite an interesting past. Victor Earl Schoof is his real name, which he had changed legally in nineteen eighty three for “personal” reasons. Victor Schoof also known as Fritz Springmeier is actually “ex” military.
He entered West Point, a United States Military Academy at age seventeen. West Point is where possible future terrorists, I mean military become members of the United States Army. His father James E. Schoof, worked for United States Aid for International Development and worked for the United Nations as an agriculture engineer.
Fritz or Victor’s first wife divorced him and she had won custody of their only child. Mr. Springmeier or Schoof then kidnapped his own child from midwest United States and then took his child to Oregon. After approximately two years, the Federal Bureau of Insurgents, another possible terrorist organization, finally caught up with Fritz or Victor.
He was sentenced and served a not specified amount of time in a federal prison. Allegedly, Victor Schoof also known as Fritz Springmeier, married an actual christian woman from one of the illuminati blood line families. This man supposedly has used other aliases to include Ian McDiarmid, Peter Dunne, Amos Eicher, and Vernon Schwartz.
On March second, two thousand and one, Victor Schoof also known as Fritz Springmeier was arrested by local sheriff and FBI agents along with his wife Patricia Springmeier. They were charged with “first degree manufacture and distribution of a controlled substance, and conspiracy to manufacture and distribute controlled substances”. Allegedly, they were associated with a white supremacy group, the Army of God.
The Army of God is basically a pro life christian organization. However, in nineteen eighties and nineties, members of this organization were responsible for many deaths of abortion clinic doctors. On February thirteen, two thousand and three, Fritz or Victor was sentenced to nine years or one hundred and eleven months, in an American prison for armed robbery. He was released on March twenty fifth, two thousand and eleven.