Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 decade ago

Does Sarah Palin have skeletons in her closet?

I just read this, is it rue?

An amateur genealogical researcher discovered that Sarah Palin’s great-great uncle, Remus Heath, a fellow lacking in character, was hanged for horse stealing and train robbery in Montana in 1889.

The only known photograph of Remus shows him standing on the gallows. On the back of the picture is this inscription:

"Remus Heath; horse thief, sent to Montana Territorial Prison 1885, escaped 1887, robbed the Montana Flyer six times. Caught by Pinkerton detectives, convicted and hanged in 1889."

In response, her staff of professional image consultants, cropped Remus's picture, scanned it in as an enlarged image, and edited with image processing software so that all that's seen is a head shot. The accompanying biographical sketch is as follows:

"Remus Heath was a famous cowboy in the Montana Territory. His business empire grew to include acquisition of valuable equestrian assets and intimate dealings with the Montana railroad. Beginning in 1883, he devoted several years of his life to service at a government facility, finally taking leave to resume his dealings with the railroad. In 1887, he was a key player in a vital investigation run by the renowned Pinkerton Detective Agency. In 1889, Remus passed away during an important civic function held in his honor when the platform upon which he was standing collapsed


Wow Sarah Palin is the one true heir to Hitler's legacy...the Nazi Queen of the North they call her, in the basements of East Germany, where her portrait hangs in the place of the Right of The Fuhrers own, with a swastika emblem waving over them both.

That explains the Idaho connection and the Her Aryan nation schooling.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Sarah Palin has a much much bigger skeleton in her closet than this red herring her campaign managers are bandying about. This story is a furphy...meant to reinforce that All American Maverick image she has cultivated so carefully. An good old fashioned outlaw in the family tree is an attractive image to cultivate.....when in fact she has the foul stench of foreigner emanating from her very soul.

    The horse thief story..Pashaw!! It's all a ruse...a conspiracy is afoot with Palin. A conspiacy that makes The New World order seem benign.That makes obama's birth certificate debacle fade into insignificance.

    Sarah Palin is NOT a natural born American citizen. In fact she is 100% foreigner. Neither of her natural parents were American citizens. She wasn't even born in the US. And her legal name is not Sarah Palin (nee Heath) It is Helga Palin (nee Swinehunt).

    It's a complex story....and to tell it we must leave the freedom loving shores of the US...and travel through both time and Post war Germany...and then on, to South America of the early1960's.

    She was born in a father who was a high ranking Nazi Party official (Obersturmfurhrer Swinehunt) and his Austrian dairy maid, selected by the best surviving race scientists of the Reich....and brought out to Argentina for breeding purposes.

    Swinehunt was the officially endorsed heir apparent to Hitler....Dolfie himself anointed the lad just days before taking his own life in Berlin in April 1945. The surviving Nazis took a solemn vow to protect Swinehunt and his heirs until they could be raised to power again...thus bringing about a Glorious Fourth Reich that would once and for all ensure Aryan domination on a global scale.

    Her biological father, aided by these senior Nazis, fled to Argentina to escape the Nuremberg trials. In the early 1960's Chaim Weizmann had managed to uncover a single personal letter from Hitler, revealing these details, and the plans to hide the young Heir Apparent in South America. He was hot on the heels of Swinehunt, who, upon hearing of this through the thriving fascist underground, took off again in 1962.

    In order to avoid capture he and his wife decided to have their daughter raised by the Heath family, whom they had met at a Klan Wiener roast in Alaska many years before, while they were on a moose shoot.

    She was never officially adopted by the Heath family.....they had some forgers that Obersturmfurher Swinehunt knew from the old days forge a birth certificate. But Swinehunt did not want to risk the americans having any real legal claim over his heir.

    Sarah's entire run for Governor was a ruse to get access to Alaska's Births Deaths and Marriages she could retrospectively alter them to make it appear as if she is a true American. It's all part of a well co-ordinated and ingenious plan to have the Nazi Party place one of its own behind the desk in the Oval Office.

    Sarah Palin is the one true heir to Hitler's legacy...the Nazi Queen of the North they call her, in the basements of East Germany, where her portrait hangs in the place of the Right of The Fuhrers own, with a swastika emblem waving over them both.


    Source(s): know a guy whose Aunty lives next door to a woman whose cousin's husband was a runner for the Argentinian fascist underground in the early 1960' it's bound to be true!! @EDIT: See....Dillingers Dame is no fool...she saw through their flimsy ruse...and others will learn of the truth too!!
  • 1 decade ago

    I don't know it this genealogical Find is True But Who Cares


    Long long ago.. Thus those Ancestors were long long ago

    Thus Probably Passed. SINS OF THE SOUL

    Wow Sarah Palin is the one true heir to Hitler's legacy...the Nazi Queen of the North they call her, in the basements of East Germany, where her portrait hangs in the place of the Right of The Fuhrers own, with a swastika emblem waving over them both.





    It is true that Scripture speaks of the sins of the fathers being visited upon the children to the third and fourth generation (Exodus 20:5; Numbers 14:18; Deuteronomy 5:9).

    thus in my name the 4 generations have passed. from REMUS HEATH Generation is 40 years 4 x40 .. 160 years in 2009 Thus let it go




  • 1 decade ago

    Skeletons? Don't know about that but with her Incipient Baldness becoming such a major factor in her life -causing her to quit the Governorship in fact - it certainly would come of no surprise to discover she has 15 young,female Immigrants locked away in one - forced into her captivity in order that Sarah will always have a steady stream of Virginal Human Hair for her growing Wig Dependency.

  • 1 decade ago

    See, this is a Prime example of the definition of Bushit!

    A Truth (Montana Cowboy) that is perverted with Lies (business man, devoted years of service, platform collapsed) to make the Lie (He was a Honorable man) plausible.

    The skeletons in her closet she is worried about, aren't that old

    Source(s): Trikerphilosophy
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  • 1 decade ago

    (Redirected from Alaska Public Safety Commissioner dismissal controversy)

    As of August 29, 2008, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is being investigated by an independent investigator hired by the legislature to determine whether she abused her power when she fired Public Safety Commissioner Walter Monegan.

    On July 11, 2008, Palin dismissed Monegan and instead offered him a position as executive director of the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, which he turned down. Her power to fire him is not in dispute. Monegan alleged that his dismissal may have been an abuse of power tied to his reluctance to fire Palin's former brother-in law, an Alaska State Trooper, Mike Wooten, who had been involved in a divorce and child custody battle with Palin's sister, Molly McCann.

    In 2006, before Palin was governor, Wooten was suspended for 10 days for threatening to kill McCann's (and Palin's) father, tasering his 11-year-old stepson, drinking beer in his squad car, and violating game laws. After a union protest, the suspension was reduced to five days.

    Palin replaced Monegan with Chuck Kopp. Kopp had been previously suspended and investigated for sexual harrassment of an employee. At the time, Palin said she believed that the investigation had cleared him, but a letter of reprimand later emerged.

    Palin said that her dismissal of Monegan was unrelated to the fact that he had not fired Wooten, and said that Monegan was instead dismissed for not adequately filling state trooper vacancies, and because he "did not turn out to be a team player on budgeting issues." Monegan claims that the two most-recent trooper graduating classes had the most recruits in years, and that Palin stated the audit Monegan provided made the administration look like it did not support the troopers. Palin acknowledged that there were a number of calls from her office on the matter, and that in one of these Frank Bailey, a member of her administration, mentioned "a family tie with the Governor there" and said "we don't know why this guy is still working." Both Palin and Bailey say that happened without her knowledge and was unrelated to her dismissal of Monegan, and Bailey was put on leave for two months for acting outside the scope of his authority as the Director of Boards and Commissions. Commissioner Monegan received no severance pay, though at the same time another dismissed Commissioner, Charles Kopp (who served only 11 days) received $10,000.

    In August 2008, the Alaska Legislature hired Steve Branchflower to investigate Palin and her staff for possible abuse of power surrounding the dismissal. Democratic State Senator Hollis French, who is overseeing the investigation, says that the Palin administration has been cooperating and that subpoenas are unnecessary. The Palin administration itself was the first to release an audiotape of Bailey making inquiries about the status of the Wooten investigation. Palin later admitted that members of her staff had made about two dozen contacts with public safety officials about the trooper, including at least one conversation that could appear to be an attempt to pressure the commissioner. She said that her staff's contacts with the commission were not directed by her and she had little knowledge of them.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I don't know, but I sure wouldn't be surprised. And probably under the bed and in the attic too. I'm betting there is something a lot more interesting there than that relatively interesting bit of Americana. Now they'll just say she really is a maverick.

    Either way... it doesn't boost her intelligence level, does it?

  • 1 decade ago

    Amazing, Wowoooooooooo!

  • 1 decade ago

    I'm sure she has a lot of dead animal skins smelling up the house, why not the their skeletons also! She is a serial killer when it comes to animals!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yes she does apparently, also a medallion was found on the skeleton with the inscription 'Irish hide and seek Champion 1977'

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    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Loved the humor of the writer. We all could and may have past relatives of disputable character, it doesn't mean we are bad or of questionable character ourself.

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