5 of 7 Michigan militia mugshots released from plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer

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(WLAX/WEUX) – Militia operatives are charged with conspiring to kidnap Michigan government officials, including Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

Here are mugshots of 5 of the 7 people who are accused of the state charges. The other two mugshots will be available soon.

The first three are from the Antrim County Sheriff’s Department. Musico and Morrison are from the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department.

  • Paul Bellar, 21, of Milford: (Mugshot not available)
    • Providing material support for terrorist acts – a 20-year felony and/or $20,000 fine;
    • Gang membership – a 20-year felony, which may be served as a consecutive sentence; and
    • Carrying or possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony; felony firearm – a two-year mandatory prison sentence to be served consecutively.
  • Shawn Fix, 38, of Belleville: (Mugshot not available)
    • Providing material support for terrorist acts – a 20-year felony and/or $20,000 fine; and 
    • Carrying or possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony; felony firearm – a two-year mandatory prison sentence to be served consecutively.
  • Eric Molitor, 36, of Cadillac:
    • Providing material support for terrorist acts – a 20-year felony and/or $20,000 fine; and
    • Carrying or possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony; felony firearm – a two-year mandatory prison sentence to be served consecutively.
Eric Molitor
  • Michael Null, 38, of Plainwell:
    • Providing material support for terrorist acts – a 20-year felony and/or $20,000 fine; and
    • Carrying or possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony; felony firearm – a two-year mandatory prison sentence to be served consecutively.
Michael Null
  • William Null, 38, of Shelbyville:
    • Providing material support for terrorist acts – a 20-year felony and/or $20,000 fine; and
    • Carrying or possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony; felony firearm – a two-year mandatory prison sentence to be served consecutively.
William Null
  • Pete Musico, 42, and Joseph Morrison, 42, who live together in Munith:
    • One count each of threat of terrorism, a 20-year felony and/or $20,000 fine;
    • One count each of gang membership, a 20-year felony that may be served as a consecutive sentence;
    • One count each of providing material support for terrorist acts; and
    • One count each for carrying or possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony; felony firearm – a two-year mandatory prison sentence to be served consecutively. 
Pete Musico
Joseph Morrison

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