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2044, 25 Oct 18

Liberal Activist Segway Boy is Arrested for Trying to Buy Radioactive Material

What a piece of garbage.

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), 30-year-old Jeremy Ryan was arrested in the 700 block of Mills Street in Black Earth.

According to court documents, Ryan attempted to buy a lethal dose of a radioactive substance online in March and October 2018 to kill an unnamed person.

Following Ryan’s arrest, agents searched his home in the 300 block of Munn Road in the Town of Madison. Agents with the Hazardous Evidence Response Teams (HERT) from the Milwaukee and Chicago field offices searched the home Wednesday night.


Ryan was also active in the ACT 10 protests in 2011. At the time he was known as “Segway Jeremy.” He aggressively protested Republican lawmakers inside the Wisconsin Capitol.

According to online court records, in 2016, Ryan pleaded guilty in Dane County Circuit to a maintaining a drug trafficking place charge.


2044, 25 October 2018


  1. Kevin Scheunemann

    All those years the Madison police chief, the Capitol police chief, Dane county DA ignored this liberal thuggish and outlandish criminal behavior from this guy…they are partly responsible for his liberal criminal escalation.

  2. Kevin Scheunemann


    Are you saying Trump is responsible?

    So is Bernie equally responsible for his supporter shooting Steve Scalise and Republicans at softball game last year?

    I hope both Segway boy and Sayoc are either executed for attempted murder or locked up with key thrown away.

  3. Pat

    I see you were watching Fox News too when Chris Wallace brought up the Bernie Sanders analogy. Maybe you can point out all the incendiary things Sanders said at his rallies.

    And, I didn’t say anything about Trump being responsible for the MAGA terrorist’s actions. I’m sure Trump’s rhetoric had nothing to do with this rightest terrorists thuggish behavior. Trump speaks nothing but peace, love, and understanding at his rallies.

  4. Kevin Scheunemann

    You want incendiary Bernie?

    How about that time he compared Trump to 9/11 terrorists:

    You did not agree completely with me that both nutjobc should be locked up and neither Bernie or Trump is responsible for nutjobs.

  5. Pat

    Oh, I think they should be locked up.

  6. Kevin Scheunemann


    The question is, do you war on free speech by blaming Bernie or Trump in either incident?

  7. Pat

    I believe in free speech. But incendiary speech may have consequences. I hate invoking Godwins Law, but an individual such as Hitler, also used incendiary speech to rally his followers. We know the effect it had them.

  8. Pat


    Bernie was not comparing Trump to 911 terrorists. He said that Trumpcare would result in more deaths of more than 911. That’s a big difference. I guess that rhetoric is on par with people talking about Obamacare death panels.

  9. Kevin Scheunemann


    Bernie’s speech was very incendiary. It was awful, and untrue.

    Was Hillary “incendiary” then when she said two weeks ago you can’t be civil to Republicans? That certainly sounded like a call to violence to me.

    If we are going to play this anti-speech game, you have to stop excusing liberals on this topic.

  10. Kevin Scheunemann


    That you tube clip is all crap taken out of context, which is you, not Trump, inciting.

    I could clip Obama out of context like that as well and it would be worse.

    Admit it this is all about your hatred of Trump.

    I could easily cite the Bernie supporter who actually shot and hurt people who was inspired/incited by Sanders.

    Democrats have been inciting way worse for 2 years!

    At least Trump cheered the arrest and FBI catching this guy. Democrats seem to mourn the Bernie supporter being caught and his bad aim with the gun.

  11. Pat

    “Admit it this is all about your hatred of Trump.“

    I’d admit that I throughly dislike and have no respect for Trump. I’ve explained in detail, in the past, why.

    Thank God the MAGA Terrorist is in custody. Good job by all law enforcement agencies involved.

  12. Kevin Scheunemann


    He is not a “MAGA terrorist”.

    He is just a lone dipstick….like the Bernie Sanders terrorist that actually shot Congressman!

  13. Pat

    He sure looks like he is. Look at the MAGA hat he wears and his well decorated van. He sure is inspired by someone. I wonder who??

  14. Kevin Scheunemann


    Your position is dangerous. Bernie should then shut up then because we can easily say his rhetoric led to the shooting of Republican Congressman.

    You implicating Trump is responsible for act of criminal is a very sick form of political correctness.

  15. Pat

    No, Kevin. Trumps position is dangerous. Bernie isn’t President. Get over that.

  16. Kevin Scheunemann


    Is this out of bounds, verboten, speech for you?

    “You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about.”

    I think that is very inciting.

  17. Pat

    “You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about.”

    This sounds like something you’d say.

  18. Kevin Scheunemann


    It was Hilliary Clinton…2 weeks ago!

    Trump has never said anything more inciteful, in context than that.

    Will you demand she not say that as well?

  19. Pat

    But Kevin, that statement sounds like something you’d say.

  20. Kevin Scheunemann


    Stop avoiding the question.

    What did Trump say that is worse than an inciting Hillary Clinton?

    And worse, than what Bernie said last year that the Republican health care plan will kill people and then the Bernie supporter yelling this is for killing people on health care as he was shooting Republicans on baseball field?

    The link to the Bernie shooter is much more clear…but yet, you were silent on that.

    If you are going to be a censor of rhetoric, you also need to censor hateful liberal rhetoric as well, which is 85% of all liberal speech these days.



  21. Pat

    But, but, but, Bernie! But, but, but, Hillary! But, but, but, SQUIRREL!

  22. Le Roi du Nord


    How about “Lock her up!” dozens of times ?   Or 5000 lies and counting?

  23. Kevin Scheunemann


    You are the one tking the political correctness approach—that certain speech is verboten.

    I am just trying to see if you apply your own anti-free speech standard equally, especially to disgusting liberals.

    So far, thqat is a “no”.

    I don’t blame Bernie for nutjobs shooting in his name.   I don’t blame Trump for nutjobs shooting in his name.   I disapprove of Hillary’s vile rhetoric, but I will not blame her if some nutjob shoots people in her support.

  24. Kevin Scheunemann


    There is a difference between saying “Lock her up” vs Bernie’s “Republican health care plan is killing people!”.

    Both are heated rhetoric, but only the latter produced a shooter that was linked to the Bernie rhetoric.

    If we are going to take a position that all heated political rhetoric is verboten, that would wipe out 85% of liberal speech….if Maxine waters, 100%.

    Politicians are not responsible for nutjobs, except if they are calling for direct violence and direct violence follows, like liberal deity Louis Farrakan.

    Bernie did not call for direct violence.   Hillary did not call for direct violence.   Trump did not call for direct violence.

    Their rhetoric maybe stupid, dumb, or even immoral, but it does not make them responsible for the disconnected action of nutjob criminals.

  25. Pat

    I’m all for free speech. I would never think of censoring you. Trump has the right to say it, but it may not be the wisest, or the most Presidential thing to do.

  26. Kevin Scheunemann


    I do not disagree with that, but you should also join me in saying Hillary, Bernie, Maxine, Pelosi, Schumer, Feinstein have all said awful, hateful, inciteful things in last 24 months.

  27. Pat

    They say, basically, the same awful, hateful, inciteful things you do on a daily basis here. And I refuse to condemn you.

  28. Kevin Scheunemann


    I’ll bite.   What have I said that is “inciting”?

    Accurate quote, in context, is all I ask.   Nord fails at this game constantly.

    Once we establish that I have never incited anyone to violence, we can move on to any accurate quote where you think I am being “hateful”?   Again, one accurate quote, in context, is all I ask.

    Whether I not something I say is “awful” really starts with whether you stand against good, or stand with evil on something.

  29. Pat


    You’ve never incited anyone to violence, at least that I know of.

  30. Kevin Scheunemann


    That is good to know, so we can cross that off your assertion list as erroneous.

    What have I said that is “hateful”?

  31. Pat


    You would never admit to hateful speech. I’m sure in your mind you’re not speaking hatefully. But much of what you say could be perceived as intolerant and hateful. I see, almost daily, you accusing others of being hateful. They too probably don’t see themselves as hateful. You’ve accused me of being hateful. I don’t believe I am.

  32. Kevin Scheunemann


    You make the broad accusation.    Why don’t you try, one, accurate, in context, direct quote to back up your claim?

    You can do it.

    This will be fun.

  33. dad29

    “Lock her up!” dozens of times ?

    Regrettably, the criminal Hillary is still on the loose.  This is because Sessions has no courage and Trump is too damn nice a guy.  In the good old days, traitors were shot at dawn.

    Now, just (R) Congressmen are shot at dawn, by Berni-Nistas.  (R) Senators are merely assaulted with grave bodily harm, or harassed in the Hillary style while in restaurants.


  34. Pat

    “Why don’t you try, one, accurate, in context, direct quote to back up your claim?”


  35. Kevin Scheunemann


    You want me to find a quote to back up an untrue claim you asserted against me?

    It does not exist.

    So now we have established 2/3’rds of your statement against me is untrue.

    What did I say that was “awful”? (And hopefully it is more awful than the 2/3rd’s False witness I have already established on your false statement.)

  36. Pat

    We were talking about the MAGA Terrorist. And now you attempt to make it about you. I stand by what I said. You say basically the same things you accuse others of. You can go back through the years and find examples for yourself. It will take a little self reflection on your part.

  37. Kevin Scheunemann


    Can’t even quote 1 example. Very disappointing.

    Does this mean I can level insults at you with no proof?

    We were talking about Madison liberal terrorist Jeremy Ryan actively trying to kill people.

    You switched the subject from more awful-liberal terrorism

  38. Pat

    Go back and read what you’ve written in the past. It’s all there. All in context. You won’t be able to admit it though.

    You’re right. This thread was about crazy Jeremy Ryan. I brought up the MAGA Terrorist because I doubted the subject was going to be brought up on its own.

  39. Kevin Scheunemann


    Then provide 1 example then.

    Worried that your example will not withstand simple scrutiny?

    Nord has that problem as well.

  40. Pat

    I don’t need to. They’re already documented. Go back and read them. I’ve given examples in the past but you rationalize them away. You’re a lot like Trump in that regard.

  41. Le Roi du Nord

    “liberal thuggish and outlandish criminal behavior”.

  42. Kevin Scheunemann


    I was using that in relation to liberqal terrorist Jeremy Ryan.   Do you deny his long history of criminality and thuggish behavior since the Act 10 protests?


    Just one example.

  43. Le Roi du Nord


    No doubt  the guy is a bad actor, but to say that “Dane county DA ignored this liberal thuggish and outlandish criminal behavior from this guy” is false.  Did you even bother to read the article?

  44. Le Roi du Nord

    “According to online court records, in 2016, Ryan pleaded guilty in Dane County Circuit to a maintaining a drug trafficking place charge”.

    “Dane county DA ignored this liberal thuggish and outlandish criminal behavior from this guy…”

    Looks like there is a conflict here….. Somebody isn’t very truthy.

  45. MjM

    Nort blubbers: “Looks like there is a conflict here…. “

    Only in that empty sphere you call your head.

    Dane County DA Ismael Ozanne dropped four other felony charges against Ryan to gain a plea deal. For “maintaining a drug trafficking place” Ryan was sentenced to all of 20 days and a $500 fine, a result not objected to by Ozanne’s office. In truth, Ozanne had no choice to bring charges in this case, as police discovered – and documented -Ryan’s activity while responding to a domestic abuse call initiated by his then live-in girly.

    DA Ozanne also dropped a Felony I charge of Stalking against Ryan in 2014, instead accepting plea of No Contest for disorderly conduct, a B misdemeanor.

    Ozanne also did not challenge a Recieving Stolen Property charge against Ryan, as well the dismissing of most of the citations Ryan received as part of his obnoxious and criminal behavior during the commie assault of the State Capitol.

    Had Ozanne, who cost Dane County residents $350,000 in a lost harassment case against him, actually done his job, Segway Boy would be not of had the chance to plot his plutonium murder, as he’d be too busy playing Pretty Boy in some state pen.

    At least now, the Do-nothing DA from Dane is out of the picture, and Pretty Boy will be scooting in a federal pen.

  46. Kevin Scheunemann

    Thanks MJM.

    Segway boy has long been harassing, criminally harassing public officials since 2011 and police chief, and DA did little to nothing…he was enabled in his criminality by both soft on crime liberals. Had he been punished appropriately at time he may not have stepped up to liberal terrorism.

    Nord, why do you constantly side with soft on crime, evil coddles? I guess truth is not truth, when it comes to you excusing ongoing, hurtful, evil here.

  47. Kevin Scheunemann


    Maybe you want to try another quote of mine since it was completely truthful about Madison DA and police chief coddling this guy.

    I find it personally disgusting you and Pat level these awful assertions against me but then can’t produce one quote to back it up!

    I was accused of “incitement”, only to have it withdrawn when challenged.

    I was accused as “hateful”, only to have no one produce a quote yet again.

    I was accused of being “awful”, which needed Nord, to produce a quote which was completely true about liberal terrorist Jeremy Ryan and the DA and police chief.

    Don’t either of you want to apologize?

  48. Pat

    “I was accused of “incitement”, only to have it withdrawn when challenged.”

    That is a lie. I believe the phrasing was that you say, “inciteful things”.

    The definition of inciteful is one who rouses, stirs up or excites.

    I didn’t withdraw anything.

  49. Kevin Scheunemann


    Then point to one, accurate, in context, quote as an example.

    I really want to know what I say that rises me to level of Hillaey Clinton, we need to be incivil with those we disagree with, type rhetoric.

  50. Pat


    Why did you lie when you said that I accused you of “incitement”. I consider that lie to be awful, and I personally take it as hateful action on your behalf.

  51. Pat


    Can you provide the full context of the quote you site from Hillary Clinton. Does it rise to the level of the call to arms as the following quote.

    “It’s incredible that our institutions of gov, WH, Congress, DOJ, and big media are corrupt & all we do is bitch, Pitchforks and torches time.”

  52. Paul

    Back the fuck off, Pat.

    On January 28 and February 2, you used multiple anti-Semitic slurs against me.

    In light of yesterday’s events, those were shared with authorities.

  53. Le Roi du Nord


    Thanks for proving my point.  According to your info, Ryan was far from ignored by the DA.  Looks like there was a lot of scrutiny and resultant prosecution/conviction.

    And if you haven’t noticed, plea deals are quite common, to wit; Flynn, Cohen, Manafort, Papadapolous, et al.

  54. Paul

    Another abuser of plea deals: drunken Le Roi du Nord.

  55. Le Roi du Nord

    Sorry, little fella, that isn’t true.  You are still 0 for 2018.

  56. Paul

    As promised, I doxxed you and several family members this morning.

  57. Kevin Scheunemann


    Pretty sad you can not own up to what you said above.

    I am not seeing a difference between accusing someone of “incitement” and accusing them of saying “incite flu things”. They are one in the same in action.

  58. Kevin Scheunemann

    “Inciteful things”…phone auto correct is of the devil.

  59. Le Roi du Nord

    So, little fella, another threat?  What a tough guy.

  60. Pat


    “I am not seeing a difference between accusing someone of “incitement” and accusing them of saying “incite flu things”. They are one in the same in action.”

    I guess I gave you too much credit for being intelligent enough to know the difference. Just because YOUR not seeing a difference, or intentionally refusing to see a difference, doesn’t mean there isn’t.

    Now, what was the full context of Hillary Clinton’s speech on civility that specifically made it an incitement to violence. I read it a few times and don’t see any specific reference to acts of violence.

  61. Pat

    Adjective (comparative more inciteful, superlative most inciteful) That incites (rouses, stirs up or excites), or provides incitement.

    the action of provoking unlawful behavior or urging someone to behave unlawfully.

  62. Kevin Scheunemann

    Still not seeing a difference given the definitions are circular.

    Your distinction is without a difference.

  63. Pat

    I knew you would be incapable of differentiating between the two.

  64. Kevin Scheunemann


    Let’s assume for a minute there is a small difference.

    What, on earth would be the “inciteful thing(s)”, I said?

    Just one accurate quote is all I ask.

    And remember, absolute truth should never incite, unless the listener is bent toward incivility in support of evil.

  65. Pat


    You first need to explain the full context of Hillary Clinton’s speech on civility that specifically made it an incitement to violence. I read it a few times and don’t see any specific reference to acts of violence.

  66. Pat

    “absolute truth should never incite, unless the listener is bent toward incivility in support of evil.

    Is that in the eyes of the beholder? Do you get to decide, or do I?

  67. Kevin Scheunemann


    Neither of us decided what absolute truth is.

    1.) Good and evil exists.

    2.) all good things come from God.

    3.) we can choose to side with good or evil.

    4.) Heaven and Hell exists.

    5.) We all die.

    6.) The only path to heaven is Jesus.

    You can deny these things exist, but that does not negate the absolute truth of these matters. It just makes you an unbeliever.

    So neither of us decided absolute truth.

  68. Pat

    So if I give you answer God will decide if it’s absolute truth?

  69. Kevin Scheunemann


    1.) God has decided what absolute truth is.

    2.) You have decided to foolishly reject absolute truth.

    You cannot change fist one, you can change second one by grace through Holy Spirit.

  70. Pat

    “You have decided to foolishly reject absolute truth.”

    How so?

  71. Le Roi du Nord

    “God has decided what absolute truth is”.

    But k always says he is the final arbiter of absolute truth.  Another policy dispute.

  72. Kevin Scheunemann


    Let’s start here.

    So you believe good and evil exists?

    You believe hell exists for pnishment of evil in the afterlife?



  73. Pat


    Now you’re getting into religious beliefs. I very much accept your right to believe as you wish. But going down that road has nothing to do with what we were discussing.

    Please explain the full context of Hillary Clinton’s speech on civility that specifically made it an incitement to violence.

  74. Kevin Scheunemann


    I asked because you asked “How” you deny absolute truth.

    You punted on 2 very easy questions.

    They are not hard to answer.

    I thought you had courage to deny good and evil, and no fair afterlife punishment for evil, in your denial of absolute truth. I know you do not want to deny either because it has drastic worldview implications.

    Spine up.

  75. Pat

    I get it. You deflect because you’re unable, or are afraid, to answer. Got it. I knew you would.

  76. Pat


    You said the following about me,“You have decided to foolishly reject absolute truth.” I asked how so. You never gave an answer. You asked questions. Please don’t deflect and answer.

  77. Kevin Scheunemann


    Your answers to those 2 questions will tell the tale.

    I see you are afraid to be transparent.

  78. Pat


    Shame on you for bearing false witness.

  79. Kevin Scheunemann


    Answer those 2 questions on absolute truth and we can get to the point if you accept or deny absolute truth, at least in part.

    You should be able to defend no matter what your answers are, I don’t understand why you are afraid to answer.

    Spine up.

  80. Pat


    Can’t answer can you.

  81. Le Roi du Nord


    You have k cornered, and his typical response is flight, i.e. deflecting with non-topic questions.  Great job !

  82. Kevin Scheunemann


    I want to stick on absolute truth topic since you asked me how you deny absolute truth.

    Answer the questions I posed, rather than deflecting subject to Hillary.

    Your views on good and evil, and divine justice will be enlightening.

  83. Kevin Scheunemann


    On what? I’m tired of you liberal shifting the topic like a drunken rat when we were talking about absolute truth.

  84. Pat


    This is typical Kev behavior when trapped.

  85. Le Roi du Nord

    Absolutely.  k can’t/won’t answer the absolute truth versus truth question so he blames it on the questioner.  No surprise there.

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