Tuesday, February 05, 2008

An Interesting Illustration For Why Americans Don't Need The FBI -- The Fascist Bureau Of Intimidation Strikes (Out) Again

"From its bathroom peeping skills to its bombing of tree hugging enviromentalists like the former EarthFirst! ecoactivist, the late Judi Bari, one must wonder is there anything that the FBI can't do? "

The following is an interesting illustration of what the FBI really does most of the time. The first Website contains an article which discusses an FBI coverup regarding a missing file containing nuclear secrets and another case in which a school superintendent stole $16000 worth of furniture. So here we have the FBI covering up a situation which is definitely a legitimate threat to national secuirty, and going after a pencil pusher with a jones for furniture -- something any detective could have handled.

A case which was probably not even under federal jurisdiction (not that this has ever stopped the FBI from butting into matters which are none of its business). Unless of course the FEDS used a furniture company in which to set this person up. I have seen the FEDS use several companies in which to entrap someone, including a furniture company as well as both a health insurance carrier and automotive insurance carrier -- all of whom were coopted by FBI even though it was clearly operating illegally.

If the FBI is not ineffective in most of its cases it's downright criminal in the rest; those situations in which it either destroys, conceals or fabricates evidence as in the cases of the 9-11 attacks and the missile attack on TWA Flight 800, as well as other instances in which it simply botches its investigations through sheer negligence.

Of course it's reassuring to know that there are now files somewhere out there in terrorist hands that contain top nuclear secrets which were given to them by some of our own politicians, while some furniture store has its products back. Way to go FBI...

How come the media never discussed this terrorist issue, especially when a former FBI agent was the one to come forward with it?


THE FBI has been accused of covering up a key case file detailing evidence against corrupt government officials and their dealings with a network stealing nuclear secrets. The assertion follows allegations made in The Sunday Times two weeks ago by Sibel Edmonds, an FBI whistleblower, who worked on the agency’s investigation of the network.


And then we have the following:

FBI details corrupt furniture purchase by Dallas superintendent

DALLAS -- An FBI affidavit unsealed Wednesday paints a picture of former Dallas schools chief Yvonne Gonzalez as a deliberate and determined crook, with people at her side who knew how to help. The court document describes a shopping trip, barely three weeks after Gonzalez became superintendent of schools, on which she and her administrative assistant threw together an almost casual plot to embezzle $16,000 for bedroom and office furniture.

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