November 5, 2011

Agent Provocateur from Air & Space museum Identified

Get to know his face.

He is an agent provocateur. His name is Mike Stack.


Patrick Howley confessed in a piece in The American Spectator where he is an Assistant Editor. Michael Stack was identified from OpEdNews photos and video on YouTube. Stack is the very large individual who charged the Museum guard starting off what turned into mayhem. The one big question for identifications this morning is whether James O'Keefe was also present wearing a disguise, in violation of his parole conditions in New Jersey.

Howley and Stack have been involved for years with right wing organizations including Leadership Institute people, plus having ties to the Koch brothers. Their actions at Air&Space resulted in dozens of peaceful demonstrators getting hit with pepper spray -- resulting in eye pain, nausea, and headaches. Media coverage of the event was turned to imply that these people had acted unlawfully.

Was this Howley-Stack-Unknown start-a-riot scheme replicated in New York and Boston? Did peaceful demonstrators find themselves hit with police batons (a.k.a. night sticks) and pepper spray as a direct result of right wing conspiracies?


  1. Woody, violence is not the answer.

  2. I spoke to this guy the first night I was at Freedom Plaza. He claimed to have come down from OWS. He and I and one other occupier had coffee at a McDonalds for a couple of hours around 2:00 AM. He behaved then like a typical NYC hot head, going off on some messed up homeless guy in the resturant, screaming about how he could not eat in peace. I did not know that he was up to anything, I thought he was just a hot head with little sense.

  3. Stack can be identified by law enforcement from a New Jersey drivers license, from a 2008 DUI arrest and subsequent conviction, and from taking him in for questioning.

    These are serious crimes. Felonies.