McConnell claims Trudeau was mentored in Pig farm Cold-Squad CSI tactics – where, in fact or fiction, compromised responders arrive first at a crime scene – by former head of FBI counterintelligence Robert Hanssen, and the Weather Underground Organization leader Bernardine Dohrn.
McConnell further claims Trudeau had retired FBI explosive expert Donald Sachtleben arrested in 2012 and former CTV Cold Squad post-production coordinator Deborah Furlong murdered, to prevent either prospective whistleblower from exposing fellow mentors behind the Boston bombing.
#1459: Marine Links Trudeau’s GSA SIPRNet Hack to the Serco Sodexho Algerian Gas Attack
Dominic Zamprogna – [CTV] Cold Squad scenes CSI- 9x02 Promo for CTV
“FBI releases images of 2 Boston Marathon bombing suspects
CTVNews.ca Staff [CTV
Published Thursday, April 18, 2013 6:30AM EDT
Last Updated Thursday, April 18, 2013 10:16PM EDT
Published Thursday, April 18, 2013 6:30AM EDT
Last Updated Thursday, April 18, 2013 10:16PM EDT
The FBI released video surveillance images of two Boston Marathon bombing suspects Thursday, asking for the public’s help in identifying them.
Both men were captured on surveillance cameras along the marathon route. One of them was seen setting down a backpack in front of a restaurant before one of the twin bombs went off, the FBI said, but that footage was not made public.
“We consider them to be armed and extremely dangerous,” said special agent in charge of FBI's Boston field office, Richard DesLauriers. “Do not take any action on your own. If you see these men, contact law enforcement.”
In one video, the suspects were seen walking down the sidewalk, one after another, past race spectators who didn’t seem to pay any attention to them in the crowd. Both young-looking men were carrying backpacks.
Suspect 1 was wearing what appeared to be beige-coloured pants, a white T-shirt, a dark jacket and a dark baseball cap.
Suspect 2 wore a white baseball cap backwards, a dark-coloured jacket and pants.
The FBI did not release any other descriptors.
"It would be inappropriate to comment on the ethnicity of the men because it could lead people down the wrong path potentially," said FBI agent Greg Comcowich, a spokesperson for the Boston FBI office.
Anyone with information is urged to call 1-800-CALL-FBI. Images and videos of the suspects are available on the FBI’s website, www.fbi.gov.
The site crashed shortly after the announcement, as people rushed to access the images. On Reddit forums, amateur online sleuths looked for the suspects in other images from the bombing site, and tried to identify the hats worn by the suspects.
DesLauriers said the two men are the only known suspects at this time. He stressed that the public should only focus on the images released Thursday afternoon.
One tabloid newspaper in New York ran a front-page photo of two different men talking in the crowd at the marathon, saying federal officials were looking for them. That report was widely discredited on social media.
On Wednesday, several media outlets reported that a suspect had been identified from surveillance video taken at a Lord & Taylor department store located between the sites of the two bomb blasts.
DesLauriers said Thursday that the FBI initially identified a single suspect and later determined that two men may have been acting together.
Monday’s twin bombings near the marathon finish line killed three people, including an eight-year-old boy, and injured more than 170.
The explosive devices were placed inside pressure cookers and packed with nails and ball bearings – apparently designed to inflict as much damage as possible.
Dozens of the bombing victims have already been treated and released, but at least 14 others -- including three children -- remain in critical condition in hospital. Officials at three hospitals that treated some of the injured told AP they expected all of the remaining patients to survive.
More than 1,000 investigators from local and state police, the FBI, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms (ATF) are working on the case.
As the police continue their work, the three victims have been identified as Boston University graduate student Lu Lingzi, 8-year-old Martin Richard of Boston, and 29-year-old Krystle Campbell of Medford, Massachusetts.
With a report from CTV’s Genevieve Beauchemin and files from The Associated Press”
“CTVglobemedia (often abbreviated "CTVgm" or CGM), was one of Canada's largest private media companies. Its operations include newspaperpublishing (The Globe and Mail), television broadcasting and production (CTV), radio broadcasting (CHUM Radio), and their respective Internet properties.
Originally established by BCE and the Thomson family in 2001 combining CTV Inc., which Bell had acquired the previous year, and the operations of the Thomsons' The Globe and Mail, the group was owned by those two parties as well as Torstar and the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan.
In September 2010, Bell announced plans to re-acquire full control of the group's broadcasting assets. At the same time, it was announced that the Thomson family would regain majority control of the Globe and Mail Inc.; this part of the deal, which did not require regulatory approval, was completed in January 2011 (although the company name did not immediately change to reflect this). The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) approved the Bell/CTV portion of the deal in March 2011; it was then announced that the company will be renamed Bell Media once the deal closes in April, with Bell's sympatico.ca Internet portal becoming part of the group at the same time.”
FBI agent busted for child porn
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Could a former FBI Special Agent who investigated the OKC Bombing and the 9/11 attacks be the victim of a set-up?
“A former FBI Supervisory special agent who worked on some of the bureau’s most high profile terrorism and bombing cases including the Unabomber case, the USS Cole bombing, the Oklahoma City bombing and the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and the 9/11 attacks, has been arrested and charged with distributing child pornography,” reports ABC News.
Donald J. Sachtleben left the FBI in 2008 after a 25-year career spanning the globe. After searching the computer of another individual, Jason Nicoson, which contained images of child pornography, FBI investigators discovered an IP address and connected it to Sachtleben’s home in Carmel, Indiana.
Agents then searched Sachtleben’s laptop and purportedly found 30 obscene images on his hard drive that were identical to those discovered on Nicoson’s computer.
“Sachleben’s wife was interviewed during the execution of the search warrant and denied any knowledge of the child pornography found in Sony VAIO laptop or any involvement with child pornography distribution or possession,” FBI Special Agent Kerri Reifel wrote in the affidavit.
Given the ease with which Internet Protocol Spoofing can be used to impersonate another computer system, is it possible that Sachtleben is the victim of a set-up? The FBI is notorious for setting people up in the context of everything from manufacturing terrorist plots to nabbing hackers.
Did Sachtleben, as chief investigator of some of the most notorious terror plots in history, including the 1993 World Trade Center bombing which was allowed to take place by the FBI after a plan to have their informant Emad Salem replace the bomb with dummy explosives was called off, in possession of information deemed too sensitive for him to remain a free man?
For the FBI to bust one of its own is something of a surprise, given the fact that other individuals and corporations with direct ties to government routinely escape punishment for engaging in heinous sex crimes against children even worse than what Sachleben is charged with.
Dozens of National Security Agency, DARPA, and other Pentagon officials were caught in possession of child pornography back in 2010 but the story disappeared into obscurity as several of the accused fled the country.
In addition, a year after it had been established that Dyncorp was involved in global child sex slave rings, the U.S. government continued to award the company new contracts. Dyncorp and Halliburton subsidiary KBR successfully lobbied against a law that would have barred companies involved in the sex trade scandal from doing business with the U.S. government and the whole story was buried.
The FBI always seems to be happy to burn individuals like Sachtleben for allegedly possessing child pornography, yet when it comes to the big boys, the perpetrators are protected and even rewarded by the federal government for similar and in many cases far worse sex crimes against children.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show and Infowars Nightly News.
This article was posted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 11:01 am”
“Panel: Lena Trudeau, David Wennergren [SES], Michele Weslander Quaid, Alan Cohn
National Academy of Public Administration, Department of Defense, US Government, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Strategies for Success: Driving Openness, Participation, and Collaboration in a Bureaucratic World
34 minutes, 15.6mb, recorded 2009-09-10
Topics: Privacy Security Polit
ics Digital Identity Open Source Culture Science and Technology (general) Government The Internet and the World Wide Web Software Development
Twitter, blogs and online wikis are not traditionally associated with National Security departments, but in this rare panel discussion with members from the Intelligence and Military community, Lena Trudea finds out how these new technologies are unleashed within the these secretive associations of government.
Find out how Dungeons and Dragons inspired the Intelligence community, what Twitter has to do with the Department of Defense, and how Homeland Security leveraged web 2.0 to bring the Department of Defense into the 21st century.
Beyond shining a light on normally undisclosed practices, our speakers offer advice to developers within the government and private sector on how to promote initiatives within a government culture normally resistant to open collaboration and technology development.
Providing pearls of wisdom on how to create positve voices of change, this high concept talk is not to be missed for those interested in how new technologies become adopted within a sector where privacy and security are of the utmost importance.
[Former Canadian Privy Council consultant!] Lena Trudeau serves as Vice President at the National Academy of Public Administration. She leads the National Academy's service delivery organization, supervises the conception and execution of strategic initiatives, and drives organizational change. She is a founder of the Collaboration Project, an independent forum of leaders committed to leveraging web 2.0 and the benefits of collaborative technology to solve the government's complex problems.
Michelle Weslander Quaid is a transformational leader who works for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and has worked extensively within the field of National Security for the last 17 years. Prior to that she worked as a systems engineer and technical assistant industry partner and consultant to the Department of Defense and Intelligence community.
David Wennergren is the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Information Management and Technology providing top-level advocacy in creating a unified information management vision for the Department. He also serves as the Chair of the Department of Defense Identity Protection and Management Senior Coordinating Group, which provides senior oversight and coordination of biometric, smart card, and PKI initiatives across the Department of Defense [Bombing mentors in Cisco SNAP].
Alan Cohn is Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy (Strategic Plans) at the Department of Homeland Security. He is a former Director of Emergency Preparedness and Response Policy in the DHS Office of Policy Development, and Counsel at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP. He's also a Senior Fellow at the George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute, and a Vice Chair of the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Commitee of the American Bar Association.
This free podcast is from our Government 2.0 Summit series.
Post-production audio engineer: Mike Seifried
Website editor: Brett Ballanger
Series producer: Jacinta Plucinski”
More to follow.
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