Fresh off of yesterday’s story that the FBI is coming under increasing criticism for detaining people on trumped up charges they can’t back up in court, the FBI has announced the arrest of 23-year-old Harlem Suarez of Key West, on charges of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction.
The weapon in question was a fake backpack bomb made by the FBI, and the cl... (more)
In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to Lynn Ulbricht, the mother of Ross Ulbricht who was behind the Silk Road. In this video Lynn breaks down important never before heard information regarding to the case that shows a shocking precedent that has been set with internet freedom.
Currently Ross is sentenced to life in jail and to find our more or ... (more)
In 2007, five men were arrested and accused of plotting to attack the Fort Dix military base near Trenton, New Jersey. Among them were the brothers Dritan, Shain and Eljvir Duka. Their case involved highly paid government informants with criminal histories, one of whom worked over the course of roughly 18 months to attem... (more)
For a few years now, we've been covering the proliferation of the FBI's own plots, in which they basically set up a fake terrorist plot, and use their own undercover agents or (preferably) informants (generally former criminals who get paid and/or favors such as reduced sentences) to go out seeking young and gullible individuals to convince to "join" the plot (a plot that has no connection to reality). Then they stage a big arrest and an... (more)
Paid actors posed as “potential gun buyers” who were “convinced” by a “gun store clerk” – also an actor – not to buy a firearm as part of an anti-gun group’s “experiment” designed to deceive the public. It was previously known that the “clerk” in the “hidden camera experiment” produced by States United Against Gun Violence was an anti-gun activist actor, but a... (more)
Twelve years after George W Bush initiated the illegal invasion of Iraq, ostensibly under the premise of preemptive self-defense, a stark majority — as many as 75% in 2014 — feel the so-called war was a mistake. As evidence rapidly accumulates that Bush’s yearning to launch an aggressive attack was likelier due to a personal grudge than anything else, that number will surely swell.
Did you know that ISIS has an official, sleek English-language propaganda magazine? And were you further aware that they are outraged about these 9/11 conspiracy theories trying to take the credit for 9/11 and other spectacular false flags away from the jihadis? Join James on today's Thought For the Day as he breaks down the latest hilarious propaganda from th... (more)
The date of the Judicial Watch article to be quoted is February 10, 2014. The article contains an e-mail sent by U.S. Special Operations Commander, Admiral William McRaven in which he orders that photos of UBL’s remains that have not already been turned over to the CIA be immediately destroyed. If the 2011 operation had been a hoax, would it have gone to such lengt... (more)
I got a lot of polite e-mails from people who adhere to the theory that bin Laden died in 2001. Many people are approaching this controversy earnestly in a scientific manner. I searched for further evidence, and I share here the limited results. I expect there are more results that will be uncovered with further digging.
The year 2001 is often said to be the time when bin Laden died. The year 2011 is the main other choice. I think a stronger case can be made that he did not die in... (more)
Four years after U.S. forces assassinated Osama bin Laden, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Seymour Hersh has published an explosive piece claiming much of what the Obama administration said about the attack was wrong. Hersh claims at the time of the U.S. raid, bin Laden had been held as a pr... (more)
The White House denies the accuracy of Hersh’s expose of the real nature of the bin Laden murder. The denial is so far very sketchy, offering only a few assertions and no facts that would show that its story is correct and Hersh’s account false.
Hersh’s account, based heavily on an intelligence source, is credible, however. One reason is that it is an account that EXPLAINS a number of otherwise inexplicable facts; and its explanation is not strained or far-fetched... (more)