It is about disrupting and holding accountable entrenched actors and conduct that have reared their ugly heads again and again over the years continuing to present.
This is the 2nd of limited information slides for documentation and reference purposes. Informations and statements were previously and contemporaneously documented. Related efforts are not recent and have been ongoing for a significant period.
Slide 1 – previous post
Slide 1 – Previous Post
Some problems need to be exposed and stopped. It is even more imperative when they are somewhat systemic — and especially when federal employees (albeit a handful or more but in leadership/decision-making positions and orchestrated in conduct) are not held accountable and allowed to continue violating the law, civil, and constitutional rights, intimidate, use violence and cause harm to witnesses, the public and their colleagues. Closely related issues are past and continued personal safety of individuals and violations of law and rights not addressed yet.
In the spirit of this blog … better late than never. It is not only not late, it is about disrupting and holding accountable entrenched actors and conduct that have reared their ugly heads again and again over the years continuing to present. Some times, only time, perceived weakened defenses, vulnerable victims and absence of restraints can lock individuals and their conduct sufficiently as to limit wiggle room, claims of being mistaken and deniability in general.
This is the first of limited information slides for documentation and reference purposes. Informations and statements were previously and contemporaneously documented. Related efforts are not recent and have been ongoing for a significant period.
Slide 2 – Following Post
On July 5, Thai police arrested a man in Bangkok named Alexandre Cazes, a 26-year-old Canadian, for running an expansive online criminal bazaar called AlphaBay. Previously only known to law enforcement by his online moniker DeSnake, Cazes reportedly made the mistake of using his personal Hotmail email address to communicate with users who had forgotten … Continue reading “Policing the Dark Alleys of the Internet: The Takedown of AlphaBay and Hansa”
Source: Policing the Dark Alleys of the Internet: The Takedown of AlphaBay and Hansa – The Cipher Brief
We recognize the difficulties in the current cross-border data access system and the need for reform. Our writing elsewhere has called for changes, in the spirit of understanding that reform almost always requires a set of compromises.
Source: In the U.S.-U.K. Deal, Both Sides Deserve Scrutiny
It has tracked cell phones for military training and flown a camera that can watch over a city for hours at a time.
Source: This Shadowy Company Is Flying Spy Planes Over US Cities
Update on the mysterious military spy plane that has been flying circles over Seattle for days:
“AFSOC contacted us again stating the aircraft does indeed belong to them and that it is doing ‘training.’ They would not elaborate or did not know what unit the aircraft belonged to specifically or exactly what type of training it was doing and who else was involved.”
This one Deserves More Fun 🙂
Keeping with the spirit of the blog and mixing up reality and comedy, on the lighter conspiracy side this means:
U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command reporting to Seattle Apegent — SIR — !
And oh does he tell every one he was in the military and shot in the back? Knowing him — I dare to surmise — probably because the pussy was running away. That seems to be his specialty. No need for wheel wells, wall throws and forget about pre-cleared vehicles and trucks or summer yacht trips, we have a stealth carrier for your extracurricular distribution and funding activities.
Oh BTW they are not CIA either like they made it look — take that one to the bank — on a Harley or in a B-2.
And also reporting to the cross-border-3rd-world animal farm (pun) — Sir –!
You know — that newly minted EPIC keeps-failing global sting? Mattis himself just proudly reported to these stars of human race when he was in Eastern Washington learning German, Swedish, Russian, Spanish, Farsi, Chinese … you name it. LOL 🙂 Just Nuts!
From planes tracking drug traffickers to those testing new spying technology, US airspace is buzzing with surveillance aircraft operated for law enforcement and the military.
Source: Here’s How BuzzFeed News Trained A Computer To Search For Hidden Spy Planes