Thread: Is Ron Collins legit?
8/21/2013 5:13pm, #131
Simply by association, by my sphere of influence; I'm one or two degrees from of the most dangerous, vicious and cut throat people in my home town.
8/31/2013 10:55am, #132
8/31/2013 2:48pm, #133
It will be interesting to see what they actually set his bond at. I suspect that Ron wanted a criminal case with a first amendment defense, so perhaps I should "congratulate him" for finally getting one. (yes I'm being sarcastic)
9/06/2013 6:34am, #134
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September 5, 2013
Beckley man arrested after allegedly threatening officials, police
By Wendy Holdren Register-Herald Reporter
BECKLEY — A Beckley man was arrested Friday after allegedly making terrorist threats against a state trooper and other officials on his blog and social media sites.
Ronald Collins, 33, is being held at Southern Regional Jail on $250,000 bond and further court proceedings have not yet been scheduled.
Collins has become “fixated” specifically on First Sgt. G.A. Duckworth with the Oak Hill Detachment of West Virginia State Police, according to complainant Sgt. M.S. Haynes with the Princeton Detachment.
Duckworth arrested Collins on previous unrelated charges and Collins has been making threats for several years, but the recent occurrence was much more serious, according to Haynes.
Trooper M.S. Efrid with the Beckley Detachment conducted a previous investigation on the threats and when Collins’ computers were obtained through a search warrant, the police report states that child pornography was found on the device.
The child pornography case is still pending, but since then, Collins allegedly has specifically targeted Duckworth with his threats.
Haynes’ complaint says, “The accused appears convinced that there is a large conspiracy in Raleigh County against him.”
Collins has also made threats against the Beckley Detachment of the State Police, Beckley Police Department, Raleigh County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Raleigh County judicial system and Trooper Efrid.
In Collins’ “blackdragonninjitsu” Blogspot Aug. 16 post, Haynes reported, “he rants about martial arts but later speaks of the second search warrant issued that he could not get a copy of. He then states that all charges against him will be dropped and his property will be returned.”
Collins allegedly goes on to say that if not, “I can go Christopher Dorner and I don’t need to own a gun (I can stick a sharp stick or stone knife into some cops throat & take his).”
Dorner was the ex-Los Angeles police officer who went on a killing spree this summer.
He says that he can resist arrest because he has circumstantial evidence showing the whole Raleigh County judicial system is involved in criminal activity under the color of law, according to the complaint.
On his blog, he also posted a Google Maps aerial photo of Sgt. Duckworth’s residence. In the post he said that before Duckworth threatens his family, for Duckworth to remember that he knows where he lives.
“The accused has always known where to find him and at any time during the last eight years the accused could have slipped through a window and slit First Sgt. Duckworth’s throat with his wife lying next to him,” Haynes’ complaint stated. “Or the accused could have been waiting on him at the residence and shot him in half when he returned home.”
Collins said on his blog that he didn’t want to do any harm to Duckworth, but he wanted his named cleared, and just because he didn’t want to do any harm didn’t mean that he wouldn’t.
“I’m nothing but a little guppy but I have power because no one will do anything about it. That’s the power of fear,” Collins allegedly wrote in an Aug. 22 blog post.
He makes a reference to Bad Elk vs. U.S. which he allegedly states allows anyone to resist a false arrest to the point of killing a police officer.
Police also believe that Collins has made threats to Duckworth on Facebook and Topix.
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4/03/2014 6:28pm, #135
Evidently Ron has been in jail while awaiting trial, and the prosecution has moved for him to be sent to a mental facility for six months to regain enough sanity so that he can be properly tried.
I will find the Judge's ruling concerning Mr. Collins's mental health to be informative, so say the least.
4/03/2014 9:09pm, #136
4/15/2014 5:39pm, #137
The judge decided to send Ron off for 6 months of in-patient so he could be sane enough to stand trial. It appears his diagnois was bipolar. This confirms what some of us have suspected for years, that Mr. Collins suffers from severe mental illness.
11/23/2014 6:31pm, #138
11/23/2014 7:18pm, #139
Welcome back :)
Then if he has been adjudicated as being sane, the next step is for his trial to take place. I should ask one of my sources what is going on.
11/23/2014 9:50pm, #140