New questions about Thomas Schoenberger’s “body count” in death of Arkansas sheriff deputy — Sam Fullerton case



The exposure brought by recent articles in the Daily Beast and Raw Story on Thomas Schoenberger have reopened questions about the infamous Sam Fullerton death in Arkansas. 

According to social media accounts, Sam Fullerton may have allegedly held some type of protégé status to his so-called mentor Thomas Schoenberger (based on Internet rumors).  Unfortunately, Fullerton died along with a Sheriff’s deputy in July 2019.


Police identify suspect in north Arkansas deputy’s shooting; name of wounded woman also released

by Stephen Simpson | July 20, 2019 at 4:30 a.m

Arkansas State Police on Friday identified a deceased suspect and an injured woman who were involved in a shooting that killed a Stone County sheriff’s deputy a day earlier.

Samuel Fullerton, 39, of 2021 Flag Road, Leslie in Stone County, has been identified as the deceased suspect in Thursday’s shooting.


Documents reveal fallen deputy may have helped arrest suspect in the past

Police have identified the man involved in a gunfight that killed Stone County Sheriff’s Deputy Mike Stephen.

Police said the suspect is 39-year-old Samuel Fullerton of Leslie. He also died in the gunfire.

KATV has been digging deeper, finding surprising details about Fullerton’s criminal past.

Court documents from April 2018 show one Samuel Fullerton was arrested for hitting someone with a metal pipe. And Sgt. Stephen was the one who responded and helped in his arrest.

The documents state Fullerton was charged with terroristic threatening, aggravated assault, and battery in the second degree.

The Sam Fullerton case is apparently a suicide by cop incident.  Interestingly, Fullerton had been told of the apparent pot of gold at the end of the rainbow by Schoenberger.  The pot of gold was an apparent movie deal with SONY Pictures regarding the cult-like Cicada 3301 puzzle enterprise.

Cicada 3301

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cicada 3301 logo

Cicada 3301 is a nickname given to an organization that on three occasions has posted a set of puzzles to recruit codebreakers from the public.[1] The first internet puzzle started on January 4, 2012 on 4chan and ran for approximately one month. A second round began one year later on January 4, 2013, and then a third round following the confirmation of a fresh clue posted on Twitter on January 4, 2014.[2][3] The stated intent was to recruit “intelligent individuals” by presenting a series of puzzles which were to be solved. No new puzzles were published on January 4, 2015. However, a new clue was posted on Twitter on January 5, 2016.[4][5] In April 2017 a verified PGP-signed message was found: Beware false paths. Always verify PGP signature from 7A35090F.[6] That message explicitly denies the validity of any unsigned puzzle, as recently as April 2017.

The puzzles focused heavily on data securitycryptographysteganography, internet anonymity, and surveillance.[1][7][8][9][10

According to Internet reports, Schoenberger allegedly offered Fullerton some kind of part in the ill-fated Cicada 3301 SONY movie deal, supposedly brokered by Schoenberger side-kick “Hollywood composer” Michael A. Levine.


It seems death follows Schoenberger as he had an alleged friendship with Isaac Kappy, a so-called Hollywood pedo child trafficking whistle-blower.  In many ways, Schoenberger acted as Kappy’s groomer by introducing him to Nathan Stolpman aka Lift The Veil for his “coming out” first public appearance.

Then there are the rumors of the “JUDAS PROPHECY” that Schoenberger wished on his former side-kick Manuel Chavez, III, who was deeply involved in promoting the Cicada 3301 puzzles on his social media podcasts as “DEFANGO”.


Part II: Enter Isaac Kappy – Accusations, Media Smears & Backlash




Marcus Conte should reopen the Jason Goodman FBI investigation into the Thomas Schoenberger, Isaac Kappy and the “JUDAS PROPHECY” incidents

Isaac Kappy News: New Gabe Hoffman lawsuit insinuates that Thomas Schoenberger and Manuel Chavez, III were linked to actor’s suicide




To be continued….


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2 thoughts on “New questions about Thomas Schoenberger’s “body count” in death of Arkansas sheriff deputy — Sam Fullerton case

  1. Would be great to see your evidence of the promises to Fullerton about that movie deal. I haven’t been able to find anything on this.

    Also, Kappy came out publicly on July 22 2018, his first appearance on LTV was July 30. He had already received mainstream media coverage by that time.

    Good timeline here:

    Kappy’s first periscope Jul 22:

    Thomas Schoenberger last contact with Fullerton was a brief, positive interaction 30 days before the incident:

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