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The Email that Can Land You in Jail, Part II
(Hillary Clinton's Email Scandal)

Recorded 9/17/2015

In Part 1, we looked at some of the declassified emails from Hillary Clinton's private mail server which revealed an off-the-books (or maybe not) spy network working for her while she was Secretary of State. In Part 2, we examine the role of this spy network in helping the U.S. intervene in the Libyan Uprising of 2011. We also examine an operation this spy network was running at the same time as the United States Government was covertly arming Libyan rebels to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.


Blog Articles / WNR #2 - 09/10/2015
« on: September 12, 2015, 12:57:23 PM »
Weekly News Roundup #2
"Remember my friend, future events such as these, will affect you, in the future."




Available @


Koch Brothers! - KU FOIA Documents

Parties reach settlement agreement, end litigation in Hall v. KU case

Emails Show Koch Industries Backed Effort to Undermine Renewable Energy in Kansas

Terror Factory - Georgia Militiamen WMD Sting

Men Sentenced for Conspiracy to Use Weapons of Mass Destruction

FBI Criminal Complaint - Court Document

Trevor Aaronson: How this FBI strategy is actually creating US-based terrorists

Motion to file military records under seal - Court Document

Drugs! - Colorado faces windfall in medical MJ taxes, may have to refund some

Colorado raises $150 million from marijuana. Will more states legalize?

In Colorado, Marijuana Taxes May Have to Be Passed Back

Election 2016 - Clinton and Trump related by royal blood

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Are Related?! Find Out Their Family Connection

ALL U.S. Presidents Except One Related to One British King

Clinton Emailgate - Updates

BREAKING: Hillary Intentionally Originated And Distributed Highly Classified Information

What The New Hillary Clinton Emails Reveal | MSNBC

Exposed! Libya Security Briefs, Algeria Hostage Info & More ? Hacker Threatens To Sell Hillary Clinton?s ENTIRE UNRELEASED Private Emails For $500K

Screenshot from Guccifer Hack of Blumenthal's email

Mass Surveillance - FBI spys on Burning Man participants

FOIA Documents - FBI spying at Burning Man 2010

BLM scraps Burning Man VIP compound, grants permit

Garland Terror Attack - Update

U.S. launches secret drone campaign to hunt Islamic State leaders in Syria

Clues on Twitter Show Ties Between Texas Gunman and ISIS Network

Blog Articles / Weekly News Roundup #1 - 09/03/2015
« on: September 04, 2015, 12:22:36 AM »
Weekly News Roundup #1

"Remember my friend, future events such as these, will affect you, in the future."

Wanted to get this out before I take off for the weekend. Sources and show notes will be up later. I will be attempting to do one of these every week. News and analysis on stuff you won't see on TV. Hope you enjoy.



Show Topics & Sources


Islamic Battalions, Stocked With Chechens, Aid Ukraine in War With Rebels - NYTimes

Meet ISIS? new breed of Chechen militants

Isa Munayev?s War


Shooting at Muhammad Cartoon Contest Garland, Texas: 2 Gunmen Killed, Officer Down

Traffic cop praised for thwarting Texas attack - CNN

ATF "Fast & Furious" Scandal: Investigate Eric Holder

Garland, Texas, shooter bought gun in 2010 during Fast and Furious

Trevor Aaronson: How this FBI strategy is actually creating US-based terrorists

Garland Shooting: Inside Texas Community Center Moment of Attack at Muhammad Cartoon Event


Rivals of ISIS Attack U.S.-Backed Syrian Rebel Group

Syria's rebel fighters recruited to fight Isis, but captured and beaten by Jabhat al-Nusra for 'collaborating with crusaders'

C.I.A. Said to Aid in Steering Arms to Syrian Opposition

CIA preparing to deliver rebels arms through Turkey and Jordan

Congress secretly approves U.S. weapons flow to 'moderate' Syrian rebels


SAS dress as ISIS fighters in undercover war on jihadis

Picture of ISIS convoys rolling into Iraq

Not how they roll: Pentagon asks media to scrap old footage of ISIS columns

Jihadi John on Wikipedia

OUTRO MUSIC: Dreamers Delight - Awake

The B.S. File #2 - The Email that Can Land You in Jail, Part I

In this episode we take a look at Hillary Clinton's Email scandal as it continues to unwind. We examine an intelligence network of former Intelligence and State Department operatives who were passing along information to Clinton while she was Secretary of State. We examine the connections of this group, to the CIA, the Hillary Clintons 2008 campaign, and the Plamegate Affair, and identify one man, Cody Shearer, who was handling classified information.



You can also find them uploaded as pdf files! -

Bush White House E-mail Scandal Chronology - NationalSecurityArchive

Hillary Clinton?s e-mails: a timeline of actions and regulations - WaPo

Did Hillary Clinton break the law? - CNN

Judge Napolitano: Hillary's Legal Problems 'Worse Than Grave' - FoxNews

ICIG Report on TOP SECRET materials -,%2008-11-15,%20ICIG%20CN%20-%20Update%20on%20Classified%20Materials%20on%20Personal%20thumb%20drive.%20Clinton%20server.pdf

The Spy Satellite Secrets in Hillary?s Emails - DailyBeast

Sensitive Compartmented Information - Wikipedia

Hacker 'Guccifer' targets Hillary Clinton - YouTube

Hillary Clinton's 'hacked' Benghazi emails: FULL RELEASE -

Guccifer archive (~7GB) - REDDIT

Leaked Private Emails Reveal Ex-Clinton Aide's Secret Spy Network - Gawker

Blumenthal says he didn?t write Libya intel he sent Clinton - POLITICO

Data in Clinton?s ?secret? emails came from 5 intelligence agencies - McClatchy

Another murky mystery surrounding Hillary?s private email - WashingtonTimes

Benghazi panel probes Sidney Blumenthal?s work for David Brock - POLITICO

Meet Cody Shearer, the Strangest Character in Hillary?s Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy - NationalReview

Email From Shearer, To Blumenthal; Jan. 17, 2013 - GUCCIFER

Derek Shearer Bio - HuffPost

Email From Shearer, To Joe Wilson, Blumenthal, and Giandomenico Picco; Oct. 19, 2011 - GUCCIFER

About | Giandomenico Picco

Sanitization (classified information) - Wikipedia

Joseph & Valerie Wilson in Sid Blumenthals Leaked Contact List - GUCCIFER


230210 CNBC Africa 1626 - Symbion Power.wmv - YouTube

Tyler Drumheller, Ex-C.I.A. Official Who Disputed Bush, Dies at 63 - NYTimes


The B.S. File #1 - What in the World is Going on in Syria?

I take a look at some of the currents moving in Syria as the Kurds beat back ISIS, Turkey starts bombing, the U.S. closes a deal with the devil, and the "Long War" continues.



You can also find them uploaded as pdf files! -

Turkey launches airstrikes against ISIS in Syria - CNN

Sibel Edmonds Documentary - Kill the Messenger

Full Interview - Sibel Edmonds on Gladio B - Part 3

Sibel Edmonds on the US, Turkey, and the Iraq War

Turkey agrees to allow U.S. military to use its base to attack Islamic State - WaPo

Turkey and U.S. Plan to Create Syria ?Safe Zone? Free of ISIS - NY Times

Turkey 'bombs PKK' in Iraq as well as ISIL in Syria - Euro News

PKK Backstory - Why Turkey Sees the Kurdish People as a Bigger Threat than ISIS - TIME

Foreign Terrorist Organizations -

The Kurds Are Building a Country With Every Victory Over ISIS - TIME

YPG: The Kurdish militia battling ISIS jihadists - Lebanon Daily Star

SYRIA - Kobane mostly liberated from IS, a symbolic victory for Kurds after months of heavy fighting - France 24

Syrian Kurdish fighters seize control of Tal Abyad from ISIL - Euro News

Turkey 'created a monster and doesn?t know how to deal with it' - Business Insider

CHP lawmakers accuse Turkish government of 'protecting ISIL and al-Nusra militants' - Hurriyet

ISIS Fighter Claims Turkey Funds the Jihadist Group - Breitbart

Turkey sends in jets as Syria?s agony spills over every border - Guardian

DETAILED MAP - Syrian Civil War - May take a while to load

Rojava: Syria's Unknown War  - VICE

Kurds carve out their Syrian statelet - Telegraph

U.S.-Turkey deal aims to create de facto ?safe zone? in northwest Syria - WaPo

Safe-Zone Map! - Washington Post

Hillary Clinton : We created Al-Qaeda

DIA Intelligence Report Aug. 2012 - Declassified

Salafist Principality

Gaddafi gold-for-oil, dollar-doom plans behind Libya 'mission'? - RT

History of U.S. Intervention in Iran - 1953 Until Present

Rearming Iraq: The New Arms Race in the Middle East - VICE

Deal Reached on Iran Nuclear Program; Limits on Fuel Would Lessen With Time - NY Times

New Army Chief Named As Turkey Fights PKK, IS - Defense News

To serve, protect and profit

Some great reporting here, but the obvious question is how much they will pry into the DEA's role in all of this. Welcome to the new normal in America, where an international criminal money laundering syndicate is operating behind a badge and with the tacit approval, or at least under the blind eye, of the Federal Government...


* Police in Bal Harbour, Florida teamed up with the Glades County Sheriff Department, to create the Tri-County Task Force (TCTF) that would run an operation to sting some of the biggest drug cartels and criminal organizations in the country.

* Agents of the 12-member TCTF used fake identities to pose as money launderers for drug cartels and other criminal organizations.

* Over a three year period from 2009 to 2012, the TCTF laundered at least $56 million for cartels and crime syndicates. There are indications however that the amount may be even higher?perhaps $83 million?due to the fact that the task force "fell into the habit" of not keeping any records.

* TCTF agents would fly all over the United States, sometimes as far away as Arizona, California, and New York to pick up cash to be laundered. The jet-setting agents sometimes made two deals per day. They traveled first-class on flights, and racked up tens-of-thousands of dollars at hotels like the Bellagio in Las Vegas, and fancy restaurants like the Chop House in Chicago.

* Deals were sometimes done with agents of DHS and the DEA, despite the dubious legality of the operation.

* For each money laundering deal the task force collected a 3% commission, amounting to at least $1.7 million, which would be held as evidence in the sting.

* The dirty money would be counted, documented and then deposited at the nearby SunTrust Bank, where TCTF agents created secret accounts under dummy companies to launder the money.

* Instructions would be given to the undercover agents when they picked up the money on which businesses to wire the money to after it was washed. Many of these fronts are still operating to this day.

* Instead of paying for the operation from the local police budget, agents used the dirty drug money as they purchased hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of weapons and equipment, and paid for hotels, flights, food, and rental cars. A court ordered approval, which was required to use the drug cash since it was actually the EVIDENCE of these operations, was never granted.

* Officers then began withdrawing large amounts of cash directly from the secret bank accounts. On 12 confirmed occasions, at least $547,000, and possibly well over $800,000 was withdrawn with out any documentation by the officers of where the money went. It simply vanished.

* Even more troubling is that for months at a time, deals were being done and huge sums of money were being deposited without any paperwork at all. Dozens of cases never reported or tracked are now being uncovered which are estimated to have involved over $28 million.

* The TCTF was rushing to do so many deals, that it deputized two retired cops living in New York to bring in additional cartel funds from the north.

* In early 2010, the task force began laundering millions overseas at banks in Panama and China. Apparently the DEA had "no idea." The Miami Herald turned up 138 overseas transfers worth $7 million.

* The task force caught heat in 2012 from the Department of Justice, with the Office of the Inspector General issuing a scathing report. Despite the OIG acknowledging that millions flowing into the TCTF accounts were not being accounted for, they never did their own audit.

* In 2013, the FBI probed the TCTF money laundering operation, but decided that the case did "not appear to be a violation within the FBI?s jurisdiction."

* Despite doing over 225 money-laundering deals in a three year period, the TCTF never made a single arrest. Police Chief Tom Hunker, who created the task force, claims that information was passed on to DEA agents that led to the arrest of 200 criminals. The DEA could not confirm that figure.

FBI Letter RE: Tri-County Task Force; July 3, 2014
OIG Report #2012-005018

What a sordid tale. This former dispenser of justice, who fueled his cocaine addiction by STEALING evidence submitted to his court, is going to prison. Finally some Justice! In Washington state possession of cocaine would be a Class C felony, with up to 5 years in jail. Guess how much time the Judge is getting?


The Shady World of Cyber Arms Dealing Exposed.

Italian spyware company Hacking Team (HT), has been hacked and reportedly over 400GB of data has been exfiltrated including company emails, financial data, software documentation, and even the source code. This will be an open thread to document the leak so check back as new stories arise. With this much data being dumped onto the web, it will take time for people to sift through and investigate. But read on for a peek inside the shady world of commercial spyware, priced just right for a small country or a large police force.

Browse the leak -
HT clients & codenames -



* Hacking Team (HT), an Italian company which has been labeled as a "cyber arms dealer," was hacked on July 5th, 2015, and had over 400GB of internal company data dumped onto the internet. (Source)

* The original leak came from the companies twitter account itself which was hacked. (Source)

* Anti-surveillance hacker PhineasFisher has claimed responsibility for the massive data breach. This is the same hacker that last year claimed responsibility for breaching cyber surveillance dealer Gamma International. Hacking Team spokesman Eric Rabe has issued a statement to VICE's Motherboard saying that, "we don?t think this was the work of just some random guy." (Source)

* HT flagship product is called "Remote Control System," or RCS for short. It is off-the-shelf surveillance spyware that can be implanted on almost all computers and mobile devices. Once the spyware is installed, it can track a "target's" movement, monitor their web browsing, record their phone and VoIP calls, activate cameras, steal emails and Instant messages, log typing, mine address books for contacts, and scoop up usernames and passwords. This is all done before any data can be encrypted. All the information is plugged into the RCS software which builds an information profile and surveillance social network about an individual and his/her associates. (Source)

* The RCS spyware can be implanted on your smart phone, tablet, or computer through "wifi networks, USB sticks, and email attachments." It could also be planted at an Internet Service Provider's hub,  or even on the WiFi network at your local Starbucks, infecting devices which connect according to leaked manuals. (Source)

* The RCS surveillance software has largely been sold to governments around the world, including those ruled by repressive regimes. Leaked documents indicate the following governments are clients of Hacking Team: Egypt, Ethiopia, Morocco, Nigeria, Sudan, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, United States, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Australia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Luxemburg, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Bahrain, Oman, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates. (Source)

* HT was trying to rapidly expand into the North American market in 2015, with attempts to incorporate HT USA, Inc.  Prospective clients for the U.S. push included the DEA, DOJ, FBI, NCIS, Naval Intelligence, DANY, ATF, and the Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). (Source)

* In the U.S. the FBI has spent $775,000 on HT's spy tools since 2011 according to leaked documents. (Source)

Transportation / BREAKING: Shooting at Dallas Police Department
« on: June 13, 2015, 12:33:52 PM »
Suspects in Armored Vehicle open fire on police.


Here is the official timeline. Source. Source.

  • 12:30 a.m.: Around 12:30 a.m., a gunman opened fire from a parked, armored van in front of Dallas' Jack Evans Police Headquarters. "Witnesses observed what they believed to be multiple suspects firing gun shots," Dallas police said, but police said they believed it was a lone shooter firing from various locations. The suspect rammed a police squad car and fired shots at the squad car, police said. Officers returned fire and the suspect fled.
  • 12:45 a.m.: Officers chased the suspect to a fast food restaurant parking lot in Hutchins, Texas, about 13 miles away from the department's headquarters, police said, where gunfire was exchanged. No officers were injured in the shootings.
  • 4:30 a.m.: Police found a bag containing pipe bombs near police department headquarters. When a robot picked the bag up, it detonated.
  • 5:00 a.m.: A police sniper shot at the suspect through the front windshield of his van. The suspect may have been hit and may have been killed, police said.
  • 5:40 a.m.: Police completed planned detonations at headquarters. Within the hour, all packages at headquarters were cleared.
  • 6:50 a.m.: Police say conflicting witness accounts make it difficult to immediately determine how many shooters were involved when gunshots were fired at officers outside Dallas Police headquarters. Dallas Police Chief David Brown says one man fled the scene being chased by police in what witnesses described as an armored van. Police said conflicting witness accounts made it difficult to immediately determine a motive. Brown said during a news conference that the shootout began about 12:30 a.m. Saturday, when the suspects parked in front of the building located south of downtown and began firing. He said at least one of the suspects fled the scene in a van that rammed a police cruiser before leading police on a chase that ended in an ongoing standoff at parking lot in the nearby suburb of Hutchins, where additional gunfire was exchanged. Brown said the suspect driving the van has told officers that he blames police for losing custody of his son and "accusing him of being a terrorist." The gunman also said he had explosives in the van, which appeared to be outfitted with gun ports in the sides.Brown
    said negotiations with that suspect and the SWAT unit are ongoing. No injuries were reported.
  • 10:20 a.m.: People are being allowed to return to their homes near Dallas police headquarters following an early-morning attack that eventually ended with the suspect being shot. Public transportation also resumed in the area near where gunfire before dawn Saturday left parts of police headquarters riddled with bullets.
  • 11:25 a.m.: Authorities are using a camera-equipped robot to check whether the suspect in an early-morning attack on Dallas police headquarters is dead in his van. Police spokesman Maj. Max Geron said on the Dallas department's Twitter account Saturday that it is likely the suspect is dead, but that it can't be confirmed until officers can move in.
  • 11:30 a.m.: All police substations were cleared.
  • 12 p.m.: At least two more pipe bombs were found inside the suspect's van, police said.
  • 1 p.m.: Police said the suspect in the van is dead. The gunman's identity was not confirmed.
  • 1:45 p.m.: The van where a suspect in the Dallas police headquarters shooting was found dead has caught fire and ammunition rounds are going off inside the vehicle.


- Why was the alarm going off inside the Dallas Police Department before the shootout took place?
- Were there shots fired inside the Dallas Police Department?
- Who were the two individuals who approached the Dallas PD from the outside?
- Who was inside the police department?
- How did James Boulware, who had no job and no money, purchase an $8,250 armored van, a bus ticket to Georgia to pick it up, and the gasoline to get back?
- Why did James Boulware, who was having severe financial troubles, increase his bid for the armored vehicle by $2,000 despite there being no other bidders at the time?
- Why did police give Boulware his weapons back after his arrest in 2013, despite him making threats to attack schools, only six months after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary.


- Witnesses claimed there were multiple shooters, but police said it was the work of a lone shooter. Source.
- Suspect(s) was in a decommissioned armored SWAT van, believed to be purchased on Ebay from Jenco Sales Inc., in Georgia. Source.
- Suspect told police that his van was rigged with explosives, and could spot them with cameras. Source.
- A CNN anchor tweeted about the suspect being "on foot." Source.

Business & Work / CNN Explains why the TPP is secret
« on: June 12, 2015, 02:59:55 PM »
How secretive is the Trans-Pacific Partnership?

Spoiler Alert: It's secret because the American people are big dummies.


I'm currently working on doing a write-up on the "Great Treaties," including TPP, TTIP, and TISA. However with so much news coming down the pipe I'm having a hard time getting to everything. If you haven't yet heard of the "Trans-Pacific Partnership," commonly referred to by the acronym TPP, then you must have been locked in a box somewhere. This thing is all over the news and the Obama Administration, big business, and die-hard Republicans are pushing this thing like there is no tomorrow.

Here's the long and short of it, this is a global trade treaty, in the vein of something like NAFTA, but on a much greater effect. It is currently being negotiated between twelve countries, and will effect roughly 40% of the world's economy. This thing leaves no sector of the economy unmolested, and is being negotiated in SECRET. Yes, you read that correct, in secret. The only people who have been able to see it have been those negotiating it. Oh, and big corporate lobbyists.

So lets move on now to this dazzling report by CNN, which should be filed under both bullshit, and propaganda. As CNN tells its readers that even if they could see the full document, it wouldn't matter because:

it wouldn't make much sense

Yes my friends, we are all too stupid to understand what might be in this trade deal. Which is exactly why we should just let our wise and extremely patriotic corporate lawyers and lobbyists flesh this one out, because they ALWAYS have the best interests of the American People in mind, and not just the profit margins of their clients.

As always, it is important to keep in mind that we are living in an era where the Smith-Mundt Act has been REPEALED since 2013, and the Gov't is now legally allowed to bombard you with propaganda.

73 Airport Workers Found On Terrorist Watch List.

How about this for some more grade-A bullshit not only did TSA have 73 people it supposedly "vetted" who were on the Gov't secret "Terrrist" Watch List but it also comes out that 75,000 job applicants didn't even supply a social security number on their applications.

For some reason, its not required? What kind of bullshit is that?


People disappointed by all the boring shit, suggest putting in more boring shit.

So these fine folks in Concord, New Hampshire, expecting to find some awesome loot from the sixties, recently opened a time capsule. All they found was severe disappointment:

After months of fanfare and speculation, the time capsule entombed beneath City Plaza on Main Street was finally opened and its contents revealed ? largely to yawns. The lackluster nature of the contents was perhaps a reflection of the times, and of far greater importance to the community of civic organizations, churches and major employers.

It may be that the members of the time capsule committee were very serious people laboring under a weighty responsibility. It could be that the spirit of the sixties, which was moving east from California and north from New York City and Boston, hadn?t made it to Concord by 1965, for there?s no sign of a sense of humor in the capsule.

Aww... Ain't that just the saddest story you ever heard. So what did they find in the capsule that was such a let down?

The Aug. 3, 1965, edition of the Monitor included in the capsule contains two front-page stories that point to the turbulence sweeping the nation. One reports on a news conference held by then Secretary of State Dean Rusk on progress in the Vietnam War: 51,000 American troops were in Vietnam that year. The capsule contained no mention of any troops from Concord.

This is the lead on the other story: ?A landmark bill designed to assure Southern Negroes their constitutional right to vote is set for final House approval today.? The Civil Rights Act soon became law.

What the box did contain ? the material is on display at the Concord Public Library ? is brief histories of 50 Concord organizations. It held a small piece of marble from Concord?s once grand railroad station. It contained medals and proclamations, and a number of items that, while interesting, had nothing to do with 1965. One is a copy of two sermons given in 1831, the other a copy of the proclamation declaring that Concord, once known as Rumford, was by the judgment of the king not really owned by residents of the Parish of Bow, as that town claimed, and its settlers could not be evicted.

Yep that does sound incredibly boring. So what would they have liked to have found in the capsule? What would have really lived up to all the time capsule hype?

There were things that we wish would have been in the capsule: a can or label from SpaghettiOs, which came out that year; a program from the 1965 Celtics championship team led by Sam Jones, John Havlicek and Bill Russell; music of the day by the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Dylan on 45s; a movie poster from the old Concord Theatre run by the Cantin sisters; a menu from the lunch counter in Woolworth; and a copy of the first Medicare card issued to a Concord resident. Others no doubt have their wishes.

Oh yeah that sounds great. Wait, a label from a can of SpaghettiOs? A lunch menu from Woolworths? What? Are you seroius? Please for the love of god don't let them be the ones who fill the time capsule back up. Don't even let them make suggestions--oh too late...

A Concord Historical Society committee is collecting suggestions for what to put in the time capsule, which will be reburied. We have a few.

How about a small piece of the Sewalls Falls bridge; a roster of city residents who served in Iraq and Afghanistan; a list of the movies shown at Red River Theatres; a thumb drive with music from Concord bands; a copy of a gay couple?s marriage license; photos that depict the city?s increasing diversity; and pictures taken on Main Street during Market Days with a focus on people?s tattoos ? a fashion statement that may have run its course by 2065.

People / Osama Bin Laden's porn collection is still classified
« on: June 09, 2015, 03:44:25 PM »
Yes indeed folks, the former most-hunted man in the worlds porn cache is still locked up tighter than a nuns ass at CIA headquarters. For all of you perverts out there who have been living under a rock, last month Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, announced that documents recovered from the Bin Laden compound in Pakistan had contained "some pornographic material." Unfortunately, Clapper broke our heart when he stated that the U.S. Gov't would likely be holding onto the material, for uhhh, important government stuff, ok.

Well, some intrepid folks over at went ahead and filed a Freedom of Information Act request to get the dirty mags released, and a response has just come in from the CIA:

"With regard to the pornographic material Osama Bin Laden had in his possession at the time of his death, responsive records, should they exist, would be contained in the operational files. The CIA Information Act, 50 U.S.C 431, as amended, exempts CIA operational files from search, review, publication, and disclosure requirements of the FOIA. To the extent that this material exists, the CIA would be prohibited by 18 USC Section 1461 from mailing obscene matter."

Awww, shucks. But why is Osama Bin Laden's Porn Stash in an Operational File? What kinda bullshit is that?

Transportation / [BS File] Building An American Gestapo
« on: June 07, 2015, 11:21:48 PM »
The BS File is an open source intelligence file where forum users can contribute related content to a specific topic. The goal is to build over time, an archive of knowledge on the subject, and to draw connections between people, places, and events that would otherwise may have been unnoticed. Information in the file all links to original, open sources, and readers will have to decide for themselves whether the source or the information is reliable, to come to their own conclusions.

Building An American Gestapo

You may or may not have noticed recently, but a monumental shift in policing is taking place in America.  Whether it was after Pittsburgh in 2009Oakland in 2011, Boston in 2013, Ferguson in 2014, or Baltimore in 2015, the evolution from peace officers to a military force has been shockingly vivid.

Bear in mind that these changes have taken place over a long period of time. Incrementalism is often times the best disguise for change. But despite these changes being spread across decades, one thing is for certain, there is no sign of this trend stopping, despite lip service to the contrary from our public leaders. The very fact that these changes have spanned across so many years, so many administrations, and so many different bodies of law-makers, all of whom at any time could have changed course if they wanted, shows that there is a concerted effort to drive this agenda, to its ultimate destination.

So Whether you believe that this transformation is required to keep people safe in this brave new world, or the setting of a very dangerous precedent, you need to understand that this is all building up to something, and that this will affect everyone sooner or later. With that in mind, we will begin to track the concerted efforts of Government agencies to militarize, nationalize, and institutionalize the American police forces into a para-military army.

- A timeline based on Radley Balko's book "Rise of the Warrior Cop," plots the transformation of the police from 1966 to 2005, into a paramilitary force.  This is done largely on the back of the War on Drugs. Source.

Please note that this is not intended to vilify police officers. For every bad officer there is just as many good ones if not more. I believe this is substantially true of any subset of the population. However, in the quest to survive and make a living, many will be forced to follow along on the course to para-military nationalization. So we point out these facts in order to somehow reverse this deleterious trend in the United States.

Transportation / TSA FAIL: 95 Percent of security tests were failed
« on: June 06, 2015, 10:25:12 PM »
The people keeping your airports safe from duh terrrists, just failed 95% of their security tests.

The relevant details:
In a series of trials, the Department of Homeland Security was able to smuggle fake explosives, weapons and other contraband past airport screeners in major cities across the country, according to ABC News. Officials briefed on the Homeland Security Inspector General's investigation told the station that the TSA failed 67 out of 70 tests conducted by the department's Red Teams -- undercover passengers tasked with identifying weaknesses in the screening process, reports.

My prediction: this will be exploited to for more funding to make us "safer."

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