FBI Creates, then Arrests, Another "Terrorist". Again.

Discussion in 'Security' started by barbell, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. barbell

    barbell Coach Coach

    It's been nice knowing everyone, because my opinion on this matter is likely to get me disappeared.

    Look, it is my opinion that good police work, legal intelligence, and general getting over themselves in the enforcement bureaucracies is the best way to stop a terrorist whether before they reach an airport or any other target. However, all I've seen since 9/11! when all of this was supposed to be corrected is "terrorists" created, aided, and abetted out of nutjobs by FBI informants who are often unsavory characters themselves, and undereducated blue-shirted stasi feeling people up and electronically strip searching them at airports as "part of mah job."

    Enough! Enough already!

    All of you DHS, TSA, FBI, CIA, etc. trolls reading this: stop it! stop it! Stop destroying this country. You are doing far more harm than good. Just FOAD already. Do you realize that you are all off of your rocker? The lot of you belong in insane asylums. Seriously. Who thinks this (expletive deleted) up?

    WaPo: Man arrested for attempting to bomb U.S. Capitol

    Apparently, the FBI, as has been its practice of late, found a nutjob.

    Fed him encouragement to bomb something.

    Provided the plans, the means, and the support.

    And then arrested him as if he had actually been able to carry out the plot by himself.

    And yet:

    So the FBI created, and then arrested, yet another non-terrorist.
     
  2. TravelnMedic

    TravelnMedic Original Member

    Seriously how is this not entrapment? Yet more BS plots to keep the sheep scared.
     
  3. barbell

    barbell Coach Coach

    That is my question, as well.

    Further, I don't have the exact language in front of me, nor do I care to go look it up. After all, to do so I'd have to read the unPatriot Act. :td:

    There is some language that terrorism is any action that seeks to coerce a civilian population. How are these repeated FBI stings not just that?
     
  4. Lisa Simeone

    Lisa Simeone Original Member

    The definition of terrorism is inciting fear in the populace. And that's exactly what our so-called intelligence agencies are doing.
     
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  5. barbell

    barbell Coach Coach

    Here's a better question: how stupid are these judges who keep issuing these arrest warrants?
     
  6. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Just as ATF did with Randy Weaver by badgering him untill he cut a rifle barrel 1/4" too short. Then they ended up sending in the U.S. Marshals (killed his 14 year old son & gave themselves medals) and the FBI (assassinated his wife as she stood in a window holding an infant).

    Randy Weaver and Kevin Harris were acquitted of all charges except Randy's charge of failure to appear. The prosecution's case was so pathetic that the defense simply rested.
     
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  7. nachtnebel

    nachtnebel Original Member

    Randy Weaver did not cut the rifle barrel too short. He knew the law. The federal judge in the lawsuit in which Weaver won $3 million stated that strong evidence indicated the barrel was tampered with when in custody of the authorities, that the folks who accused him shaved the barrel down to an illegal length.
     
  8. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Your source of that information is?

    I've had one of the major Ruby Ridge web sites for 15 years and have never heard of such an assertion. The evidence tampering involved a pristine unscratched bullet which the FBI claimed to have recovered from the scene of the initial shootout.
     
  9. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Also the civil lawsuit in which Weaver's children (not Randy) received $3M was was an out of court settlement. There was no judge involved. Randy himself only received $100K.
     

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