Michigan’s Attorney General keeps Whitmer kidnapping records a secret

Michigan Atty. Gen. Dana Nessel addresses the penalties for community threats in the state in a video posted Jan. 4, 2022. (MNC)

Dana Nessel has secrecy order for records on government raids in high profile criminal cases.

Lawyers from her office allegedly asked for secrecy order in cases involving Lee Chatfield, former leader of the Michigan house and in the prosecution of the kidnapping plot against Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

Nessel refused to release search warrant records about both of the cases.

Bridge Michigan reports that a state law says that search warrants records should be released after 55 days, unless officials can convince the judge that there is a reason to delay their release.


  1. Nessel is corrupt, first in her stance on “election deniers” and now with her burying the evidence that many of those involved in the Whitmer kidnap “plot” were glowies (Fed agents).

    There is no compelling reason for this to be sealed aside from malfeasance.


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