FBI agent in Gov. Whitmer kidnap bust accused of attacking wife: report


An FBI agent working in a controversial investigation into an alleged plot to kill the governor of Michigan was arrested earlier this week for assaulting his wife, a local report said.

Kalamazoo’s G-man Richard Trask repeatedly slammed his wife on the head and strangled her with both hands before stopping the attack by grabbing her crotch on Sunday, Detroit News reportedReferring to the affidavit of the court.

The affidavit reportedly said that Trusk’s wife’s chest, clothing and hands were covered in blood and that she had “serious” bruises on her neck.

The two had come home after attending an Oshtempo Township hotel event, which was called “A Swingers Party”. After a few drinks, they argued on the way home about how Trask’s wife didn’t enjoy the party, the news said.

Trusk and his wife had gone to a swingers party and later the alleged crime took place.
The incident happened when Trusk and his wife went to a swingers party.
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After coming home, he allegedly climbed on top of her on the bed and “broke” her head several times in the nightstand before he tried to shave off his beard, the affidavit said. . That’s when he allegedly slit her throat, the news reported.

Trask, 39, was arrested on Monday and released on bond, the news said.

“In accordance with FBI policy, the incident may be subject to an internal review, and I cannot comment further at this time,” FBI spokeswoman Mara Schneider said. Told LawandCrime.com

According to the news, he is facing up to 10 years in prison for assault with intent to cause bodily harm.

13 militia men were arrested in connection with the conspiracy to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
13 militia men were arrested in connection with the conspiracy to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
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The Associated Press reported that Trask’s affidavit was used against people charged with conspiracy to kidnap and murder Michigan Gov. Trask testified in the case, the AP said.

About 14 men, reportedly part of a group called the Wolverine Watchmen, were charged in the conspiracy, but the men pushed back, saying they were set up by the FBI because of their political views.

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