The arrest of Susan “Queen Tut” Holmes, aka Susan Lutzke, of 2608 Leisure Drive, Fort Collins, Colorado on perjury charges has renewed interest in her association with paid Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) informant Okey Marshall Richards.  According to “Queen Tut” they may have maintained nearly daily telephone contact while accused felon Susan Holmes starred as “Queen Tut” on the anti-government conspiracy social media sites called CrowdSource The Truth.

Susan Holmes, aka  Susan A. Lutzke, charged with perjury in Fort Collins, was a main staple on the CrowdSource The Truth site, created by “Hollywood film maker” and associate of Brian Singer Jason Goodman (former CEO of a drone company).

Oakey Marshall Richards was the key FBI informant that “set up” militia members in West Virginia in the style of the Hutaree Militia take down in Michigan in 2010.

Hutaree is a militia movement group adhering to the ideology of the Christian Patriot movement, based near Adrian, Michigan, in the United States.[1] The group formed in early 2006. The name “Hutaree” appears to be a neologism; the group’s web site says that the name means “Christian warriors”.[2] The group became widely known in 2010 after the United States FBI prosecuted them in federal court for an alleged plan for violent revolt. The prosecution said they intended to kill a police officer and to attack the funeral with bombs. The presiding judge dismissed these charges. Three members pleaded guilty to possessing a machine gun and were sentenced to time served.[3]

This association between Susan “Queen Tut” Holmes and Oakey Marshall Richards has fueled rumors that Queen Tut is acting as an FBI sponsored provocateur in Fort Collins to catalog pro-Second Amendment activists in Colorado.

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OKEY MARSHALL RICHARDS, JR.  Last known in Spartanburg, South Carolina.  Known as Rock Hudson and Deep Uranium on the CrowdSource The Truth galaxy of stars.


7 Militiamen Held in Plot to Blow Up FBI Facility



Seven men with connections to an anti-government West Virginia militia–including its leader and a local firefighter–were arrested Friday on charges of conspiring to blow up the FBI’s new national fingerprint records facility.

The arrests were made early Friday after members of the West Virginia Mountaineer Militia allegedly began assembling large amounts of plastic explosives, TNT and blasting caps. The militia also had gained access from the firefighter to confidential blueprints of the new $200-million FBI complex in Clarksburg, W.Va.

For 16 months, the FBI covertly investigated the paramilitary group, an operation that was launched not long after the bombing in Oklahoma City of a federal office building that killed 168 people. Authorities described the alleged West Virginia conspiracy as a sign of continued fervor among some far-right extremists for attacking federal institutions and law enforcement agencies, despite the intensive backlash caused by the Oklahoma City attack.


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Militia leader pleads guilty in plot to blow up FBI complex

August 13, 1997

In his trial last week, Looker blamed everything on his security and intelligence officer, Okey Marshall Richards Jr., who made more than 400 tape recordings that led to the arrest of Looker and six others on Oct. 11.

The 16-month investigation began two months after the Oklahoma City bombing when the militia allegedly discussed three targets, including the fingerprint complex.

Looker said Richards arranged meetings and steered conversations toward criminal activity. He also attacked the informant’s motives because he was paid $2,000 a month during the investigation.



Okey Marshall Richards, Jr. as “Rock Hudson” with Jason Goodman



111556hhh2222Above: Accused felon Susan “Queen Tut” Holmes, aka  Susan A. Lutzke

Many Internet observers are now asking questions about this association between Queen Tut (a failed candidate for Fort Collins City Council) and Richards now that Holmes is in a compromised position that could be exploited by FBI operatives seeking an agent  provocateur to infiltrate the Colorado Second Amendment and militia movement.


Above: Susan “Kill All Police” Holmes used to be a star sidekick on CrowdSource The Truth


Above: Arrest of  Susan A. Lutzke



U.S. District Court
Eastern District of Virginia – (Richmond)
CIVIL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 3:17-cv-00601-MHL

Steele et al v. Goodman et al
Assigned to: District Judge M. Hannah Lauck
Demand: $15,500,000
Cause: 28:1332 Diversity-Personal Injury
Date Filed: 09/01/2017
Jury Demand: Plaintiff
Nature of Suit: 320 Assault Libel & Slander
Jurisdiction: Diversity
Susan A. Lutzke
also known as
“Queen Tut”
represented by Susan A. Lutzke
2608 Leisure Drive
Apt. B
Ft. Collins, CO 80525

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To be continued….

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