Skip to comments.Suspicions Growing Over Death of Journalist Probing NSA and CIA Abuses
Posted on 07/09/2013 8:32:47 AM PDT by george76
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We have a winner!
I regret that President Reagan didn’t FIRE George HW Bush in 1984 when he had the chance.
Put Janet Reno and Elinor Clift on that list too.
Reno made a threat against Hillary, IIRC it was on the 5th anniversary of Waco in 1998. It had to do with the knowledge the Davidians had a suicide pact, which meant when Hillary ordered the final raid she knew the Davidians intended to set the building on fire.
Clift became a nervous wreck almost to the point of non- functional right after V Foster ended up buzzard bait, and she pretty much stayed that way as long as the Clinton’s were in the WH.
Bob Woodward is known to hang out on this site so that’s probable an accident waiting to happen too.
Hazel O’Learly, Clinton’s Energy Sec., put together the Oil for Food Program with Marc Rich, so there is another candidate for a dirt nap.
Be interesting to keep a running tab of Clintonite that end up dead.
“Thieves” looted the offices of Snowden’s lawyers, but took only computers, not silver bars and gold coins that were in plain view.
No, they were a ways apart.
Give it a rest and debate the subject of threads without such name-calling.
Aren’t you mixing two different govt. thuggery issues there West Texan? I don’t think Hastings being taken out was why this law firm was busted into.
Bump this post
Was it Snowdens lawyers????I knew it was a whistleblower but didnt it was him???
I thought it was the attorney for a State Dept. whistleblower, not Snowden.
Breitbart had dinner with Ayers & Dorn 3 weeks before his death.
“...suspicions about his mysterious car crash are still swirling around the Internet....”
Sorry if someone else posted, I haven’t had time to skim the whole thread, but this looks like something that definitely goes along with this whole subject:
Cameras Catch break in at Whistleblower’s law firm
Foreign Policy Magazine ^ | July 7,2013 | John Hudson
Posted on Sunday, July 07, 2013 7:02:23 PM by penelopesire
The offices of a Dallas law firm representing a high-profile State Department whistleblower were broken into last weekend. Burglars stole three computers and broke into the firm’s file cabinets. But silver bars, video equipment and other valuables were left untouched, according to local Fox affiliate KDFW, which aired security camera footage of the suspected burglars entering and leaving the offices around the time of the incident. The firm Schulman & Mathias represents Aurelia Fedenisn, a former investigator at the State Department’s Office of the Inspector General. In recent weeks, she raised a slew of explosive allegations against the department and its contractors ranging from illicit drug use, soliciting sexual favors from minors and prostitutes and sexual harassment. “It’s a crazy, strange and suspicious situation,” attorney Cary Schulman told The Cable. “It’s clear to me that it was somebody looking for information and not money. My most high-profile case right now is the Aurelia Fedenisn case, and I can’t think of any other case where someone would go to these great lengths to get our information.” According to the KDFW report, the firm was the only suite burglarized in the high-rise office building and an unlocked office adjacent was left untouched. The State Department, which has repeatedly disputed Fedenisn’s allegations, denied any involvement in the incident. “Any allegation that the Department of State authorized someone to break into Mr. Schulman’s law firm is false and baseless,” spokeswoman Jen Psaki said.
(Excerpt) Read more at thecable.foreignpolicy.com ...
Another fedenisn story here:
State dept threatened her last month.
Then her lawyers office gets burgled????!!!!????
(When youre getting flak youre over the target...)
103 posted on Tuesday, July 09, 2013 11:38:22 AM by WildHighlander57 ((WildHighlander57 returning after lurking since 2000))
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Was it Snowdens lawyers????I knew it was a whistleblower but didnt think it was him???
Many thanks for the ping.
The lawyers offices that were burgled were in dallas; they were representing a lady whistleblower from the state dept, a Mrs. Fedenisn.
Ah, thank you.
Same concept. Clear disregard of the law by Obama.
Yes, thank you.
a real head scratcher
This is clearly a drone attack!
A hellfire missile drone attack.
If you do not immediately add me to your ping list, I will not only report you to the Mods, I will report you to JimRob himself!
And can't be stopped by turning the key?
Ohhhkay. I guess it's time to install that kill switch that the NSA won't know about.
Are you calling W a Homo?!?!?!!!!
The killing of Breitbart, the method and triggerman, is quite well documented - here on FR. People just don’t pay attention.
The ones who do pay attention know.
There’s things about Petraeus that *will* kill, but it’s not the sex scandal.
I think the dumb gits just blew themselves up killing Hastings.
Not much is more dangerous to these despots than for a sycophant press member to turn.
Known by whom, and by what evidence? That's the first time I've seen this suggested...though I wouldn't doubt it.
Thank you! You are now safe from my threats. :-)
Yes, it’s always a pleasure.
Ask the folks at Breitbart.com. They showed the first one, then dropped the matter entirely.
That'll be the easiest hit they've ever done. Cut his coke with some rat poison and call it a day.
“Give it a rest and debate the subject of threads without such name-calling.”
YESSIR — even and especially when others start it, of course.
You certainly put me in MY place.
<< Anybody who has information that volatile and has not made provisions for it upon death is a total fool. >>
How can we be sure he DIDN’T make provisions? Assuming he was being closely monitored by FBI/NSA before he died, he could have underestimated their ability to know exactly what his backup plans were. If i were in the business of killing people for Presidents and other high-ranking politicians, i wouldn’t do it until i could be absolutely sure the victim’s backup plan had been neutralized first (or simultaneously). Hey, I’ve watched Jack Baeur AND done the Holiday Inn Express!
More likely, assuming he was murdered, he probably didn’t realize yet how volatile his new investigate story was. Do we know what he was working on? I read somewhere it was Benghazi.
You left out center. CENTER fuel tank. And no one could have seen a missile with their own lying eyes because it didn’t exist.
It was, of course, not a diesel. The Mercedes C-class is not available with a diesel in the USA. It was an entry-level C250 Coupe with a 1.8 liter, 200 h.p. gasoline engine, around $40K.
1.8 liter? Good God, what is that, 175 c.i.?
That’s about 110 cubic inches.
From the link in 92:
... the team was also able to "lock and unlock the doors; jam the door locks by continually activating the lock relay; pop the trunk; adjust interior and exterior lighting levels; honk the horn (indefinitely and at varying frequencies); disable and enable the window relays; disable and enable the windshield wipers; continuously shoot windshield fluid; and disable the key lock relay to lock the key in the ignition." Even the Electronic Brake Control Module was no match for the onslaught, with both individual and sets of brakes locked up at a whim. Equally worrying, the researchers were also able to completely disengage the brakes "even with cars wheels spinning at 40 MPH while on jack stands" in the lab and then out on the test track (a de-commissioned airport runway) "forcibly activate the brakes, lurching the driver forward and causing the car to stop suddenly."Not sure exactly what that means. Actually locked into the start position or just locked into the console so you can't remove the key after turning it off?
Ping to 98.
It gets bigger when turbocharged...