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One of the horses Parker was caring for in Weld County.
CBS Click to enlarge 2 of 2 Trenton H. Parker CBS Trenton H. Parker distributed a controversial flyer asking riflemen to shoot and kill the horses. He says he is frustrated with code enforcement officials in Weld County and is threatening to kill the horses to protest a 90-day jail sentence stemming from an order to clean up the rural property where he lives. Authorities said Parker was found in contempt of court for failing to remove converted mobile homes from the property around his home between the towns of Fort Lupton and Lochbuie, about 20 miles northwest of Denver. They say he's running a "non-commercial junkyard." The mobile homes violated zoning ordinances, and code enforcement officers ordered Parker to remove them, authorities said. Parker says he doesn't own the horses or the property. He said all are owned by an investment group, which hasn't been identified. Parker said he was upset that he was being punished for property he doesn't own and expressed frustration with county code enforcement officers and other government officials. Despite his affection for the horses he cares for, Parker says the first horse to be executed would be a Russian-Arabian horse named "Independence. He says it would be a symbolic gesture indicating that too much government control leads to the death of independence. Parker says executing the horses would be more humane than having the government auction them off to a meat market. "In the meat market, what they do is the just club them to death, break their skulls with an axe," Parker said. "They just take an axe and they crush their skulls." Parker says one of the horses, named Hermonica, is the full brother of the Denver Broncos mascot, Storm. Parker says he's a former Marine and former counter intelligence officer for the CIA. "These new international zoning codes are basically shutting down the ranches," Parker said. Parker says the real issue isn't about aesthetics, but the county's desire to develop the land. All of the attention has inspired volunteers to go to the ranch to help take care of the horses and neighbors have donated feed. Parker says if he could get somebody to care for the horses during his 90 days in jail he would not have to kill them. When asked why he doesn't sell or give the horses away, Parker says he doesn't own the horses and the owners would rather have them shot than slaughtered. Weld County deputies say they are working on a plan to protect the horses and will have officers in the area next Saturday just in case Parker makes good on his threat.
Not to mention what CIA Pegasus agent Trenton Parker told Rodney Stich.
Parker described his role in a highly secret intelligence unit called Pegasus.
Russbacher confirmed this group's existence, although he was hesitant to talk about it. Parker stated that Pegasus was set up by former President Harry Truman to spy on other CIA units and report to the President any unlawful activities by the CIA. Parker stated that after Kennedy's death the Pegasus unit was not able to function as intended, because of the corrupt activities of U. S. presidents after the Kennedy assassination. He named Johnson, Nixon and Bush. He stated that Reagan was not implicated like the others; he was more of a figurehead for powerful factions controlled by former CIA Director Bush. PArker The role of deep-cover CIA officer, Colonel Trenton Parker, has been described in earlier pages, and his function in the CIA's counter-intelligence unit, Pegasus. Parker had stated to me earlier that a CIA faction was responsible for the murder of JFK, and that Kennedy was advised three weeks before the assassination of a plan to assassinate him in one of three cities that Kennedy would be visiting. During an August 21, 1993 conversation, in response to my questions, Parker stated that his Pegasus group had tape recordings of plans to assassinate Kennedy. Parker replied: "Rockefeller, Allen Dulles, Johnson of Texas, George Bush, and J. Edgar Hoover. The November 1993 issue of Penthouse magazine had an in-depth article on Parker, in which federal agents sought to frame Parker and charge him with money-laundering. Parker had recognized one of the agents, and converted the Justice Department's scheme into a reverse-sting operation against them, using the techniques taught to him by the CIA. The government agents lost tens of thousands of dollars, not knowing that they had been recognized by Parker and were being taken. Justice Department prosecutors were unaware of what had occurred, and charged Parker with money laundering. These federal charges were later dropped (in mid-1993) when Parker produced evidence that he was a member of the Office of Naval Intelligence and the CIA.
Trenton Parker advertised for gunmen to help shoot the 23 horses on his land. (Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post )
At 6:30 a.m., 28 people, including two state veterinarians, an official from the state Brand Inspector's Office, Weld County deputies and local horse rescue representatives, went to a 45-acre ranch near Fort Lupton and removed the horses that were under the care of Trenton H. Parker. The herd is composed of nine mares and 14 stallions. Parker, 64, made a threat last week, distributing a flier announcing a "public execution" of the horses to protest Weld County zoning codes. Parker's flier advertised "Riflemen-Executioners Wanted" to kill the horses. Weld County Undersheriff Margie Martinez said that authorities obtained a restraining order against Parker on Thursday night from a district court judge. Martinez said that Parker, who was on the property, did not resist but had been "very vocal." Parker was a well-known figure in Denver in the early 1980s, described then as a Denver real-estate and securities "whiz" who briefly ran for U.S. senator for Colorado before running afoul of the law. In February 1982, he pleaded guilty to five federal fraud, perjury and tax charges and agreed to return at least $6 million to investors bilked in a gold-mine tax-shelter scheme. He spent five years in prison for mail fraud and tax evasion. During an interview with The Denver Members of the Weld County Sheriff's Department stand near the entrance to Trenton Parker's property in Fort Lupton today. They helped seize the horses he threatened to kill. (Special to The Denver Post) Post today, Parker said that one reason he was living on the property east of Fort Lupton was to "get away from everyone, but obviously that didn't work." Parker claimed that during his glory days in Denver, he actually was working for the CIA and that his run for the U.S. Senate was orchestrated by the CIA. Parker said the flier about shooting the horses was only an attempt to call attention to his treatment at the hands of Weld County officials, who want him to clean up the property at Weld County Roads 8 and 35. This morning, Parker said that although authorities had launched a "sneak attack" on the property, he was happy the horses would be cared for. It says Parker is "immediately restrained" from neglecting or mistreating livestock on "his property" or anywhere in Weld County. The order also blocks him from soliciting others to kill or mistreat the horses. It also prohibits Parker from violating any provision of the Colorado Animal Protection Act. Under Quammen's order, the Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture was authorized to seize the horses and turn them over to the Weld County Sheriff's Department. The judge warned that if Parker fails to comply with the order, he may be further sanctioned, including being found in contempt of court. Parker is heading to jail Tuesday to serve a 90-day jail sentence for contempt of court for failing to clean up the parcel of land, which is strewn with old trailers and school buses. Parker is not the owner of the 45-acre parcel but was taking care of it for a group of investors, he said. "I was dumb enough to stick around and try to help them," said Parker. Although animal-rescue groups say Parker holds title to the horses, he said today the animals are owned by an investment group of "elderly ladies."
What CIA agent Trenton Parker told Rodney Stich in 1993, Robert Morrow, Sep 15th 2010, #3
#89580, "What CIA agent Trenton Parker told Rodney Stich in 1993" "The Role of deep-cover CIA officer, Trenton Parker, has been described in earlier pages, and his function in the CIA's counter-intelligence unit, Pegasus. Parker had stated to me earlier that a CIA faction was responsible for the murder of JFK … During an August 21, 1993, conversation, in response to my questions, Parker said that his Pegasus group had tape recordings of plans to assassinate Kennedy. Parker replied: "Rockefeller, Allen Dulles, JOHNSON of Texas, GEORGE BUSH, and J. Edgar Hoover.