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The FBI Caught Rigging Terror Cases Again In An Ongoing Pattern Of Criminal Behavior (Video)
August 22. 2017
This year the CBS News program "60 Minutes" covered the domestic terror attack that occurred in Garland, Texas in 2015. The report again illustrated the FBI knew about the plot ahead of time and did absolutely nothing to stop it. In fact, the FBI had an undercover agent at the scene of the crime before and while the attack occurred.
Upon further investigation it was uncovered, an undercover FBI agent entrapped and led along two stooges into committing the crime that was foiled at the last minute by a quick thinking police officer. As the undercover FBI agent fled the scene, he was arrested by another Texas police officer, which was caught on tape.
It's not the first time the FBI has done something like this. There have been many cases of the FBI essentially brainwashing and creating domestic terrorists, then arresting them after they've engage in acts of terrorism under the crazy, corrupt federal agency's leading (FBI Accused Of Entrapping Terrorist Wannabes and FBI Finally Convicts Miami 7, Uh, 6, Um, 5 among other cases).
This enables the FBI to go to Congress and extraction billions of taxpayer money in funding, some of which keeps getting misappropriated, such as the time millions went missing under greedy former FBI Director, Robert Mueller, a white supremacist who set this nasty tone of evil and corruption at the agency.
During Mueller's time at the FBI, the inspector general revealed, FBI employees were deliberately "letting the work pile up" regarding serious crimes being perpetrated against the public, in order to go into Congress and state they don't have enough funding and need billions of dollars more in taxpayer funds. Meanwhile, innocent people died while the FBI committed that scam at the taxpayers' expense. This all happened on a supervisory level under Mueller's direction (it's more like misdirection).
Left to right: former FBI Directors James Comey, Robert S. Mueller and former President Barack Obama
As someone who has interacted with the FBI, I can state firsthand they are an evil, treacherous, deceitful, wicked, sinister agency. I've broken many stories on the FBI as well and can state they are criminally breaking the law in America and abroad. Law enforcement and government officials in the international community have taken to calling the FBI "the crazies" over the psychotic crimes they have been committing on foreign shores and with no jurisdictional or legal mandate to do so.
The FBI has threatened and in some cases engaged in adverse action against people's underage children to get their parents' cooperation in dubious, extrajudicial matters that violate the law domestically and internationally. The FBI has allowed underage kids to be left in danger, in the care of pedophiles, to see where cases lead, rather than immediately rescuing the children. The FBI routinely allows innocent people to suffer unspeakable criminal abuse, which is disgusting.
There are also many cases of the FBI being given credible tips about crimes before they happened and the agency ignoring the warnings, which led to innocent people dying. The FBI have cost many innocent people their lives in other ways as well (to be written about in a future article). FBI agents and official also engage in insider trading and corporate theft. Select FBI agents and officials misuse government resources to spy on people with in-depth corporate information, then use it for undue, personal financial gain at the law enforcement agency.
The FBI routinely lies in Congress, which is a felony. There is no real oversight or accountability at the agency, as Congress pretends to be outraged during hearings, but does nothing about their lawless behavior. The FBI commit heinous crimes in America and abroad, but gets little slaps on the wrist in Congress. They have damaged the rule of law and done what is contrary to the best interest of justice and the public.
Congress has been corrupted by the rich and cowardice. Congress has failed miserably in its job regarding the Frankenstein of a law enforcement agency, the FBI, and its sister agency, the CIA, who are evil to the core. They are doing some heinous things in the world. The FBI and CIA haves gone into nations that are allies of America and done some very evil things that cost innocent people their lives. Indictments will be flying all over the place.
Both agencies are about to get the U.S. government in so much trouble in the world with what they are secretly doing, things will never be the same for America. Through corruption they have laid the foundation for America's fall in the world and Congress never should have allowed them to do these things.
60 Minutes investigates first ISIS-claimed attack in U.S. and what the FBI knew
A terrorist attack in Texas by two U.S. citizens shows how hard it is to prevent such an attack -- even when one of the terrorists is well-known to the FBI. The following is a script from “Attack in Garland,” which aired on March 26, 2017. Anderson Cooper is the correspondent. Graham Messick and Steve McCarthy, producers. Jack Weingart, associate producer.
Wednesday’s terror attack in London by a man
who had been known to British law enforcement is just the
latest reminder of how difficult it is to prevent an attack
before it takes place. Here in the U.S., in just the past
three years, more than 100 people have been arrested for
ISIS-related crimes. The FBI devotes significant resources
to identifying potential terrorists and sometimes spends
years tracking them. The terror attack in Garland, Texas,
two years ago was the first claimed by ISIS on U.S. soil.
The target of the attack was an event taking place in this conference center on May 3, 2015. A self-described free speech advocate named Pamela Geller was holding a provocative contest, offering a cash-prize for the best drawing of the prophet Muhammad, whose depiction is considered sacrilege by some Muslims. Security outside was heavy. There were dozens of police, a SWAT team, and snipers...
But it turns out the undercover agent did more than just communicate online with Elton Simpson. In an affidavit filed in another case the government disclosed that the FBI undercover agent had actually “traveled to Garland, Texas, and was present… at the event.”
Dan Maynard: I was shocked. I mean I was shocked that the government hadn’t turned this over. I wanted to know when did he get there, why was he there? And this past November, Maynard was given another batch of documents by the government, revealing the biggest surprise of all. The undercover FBI agent was in a car directly behind Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi when they started shooting. This cell-phone photo of school security guard Bruce Joiner and police officer Greg Stevens was taken by the undercover agent seconds before the attack.
Anderson Cooper: The idea that he’s taking photograph of the two people who happen to be attacked moments before they’re attacked.
Dan Maynard: It’s stunning.
Anderson Cooper: I mean, talk about being in the right or the wrong place at the right or the wrong time.
Dan Maynard: The idea that he’s right there 30 seconds before the attack happens is just incredible to me.
Anderson Cooper: What would you want to ask the undercover agent?
Dan Maynard: I would love to ask the undercover agent-- Are these the only communications that you had with Simpson? Did you have more communications with Simpson? How is it that you ended up coming to Garland, Texas? Why are you even there?
We wanted to ask the FBI those same questions. But the bureau would not agree to an interview. All the FBI would give us was this email statement. It reads: “There was no advance knowledge of a plot to attack the cartoon drawing contest in Garland, Texas.”
If you’re wondering what happened to the FBI’s undercover agent, he fled the scene but was stopped at gunpoint by Garland police. This is video of him in handcuffs, recorded by a local news crew. We’ve blurred his face to protect his identity.
Dan Maynard: I can’t tell you whether the FBI knew the attack was gonna occur. I don’t like to think that they let it occur. But it is shocking to me that an undercover agent sees fellas jumping out of a car and he drives on. I find that shocking.
Anderson Cooper: That he didn’t try to stop--
Dan Maynard: He didn’t try to stop ‘em. Or he didn’t do something. I mean, he’s an agent, for gosh sakes.
Anderson Cooper: If this attack had gone a different way, and lots of people had been killed, would the fact that an undercover FBI agent was on the scene have become essentially a scandal?
Seamus Hughes: It woulda been a bigger story. I think you would have seen congressional investigations and things like that. Lucky for the FBI and for the participants in the event you know, here in Texas, you know, everyone’s a good shot there.
The FBI’s actions around this foiled attack offer a rare glimpse into the complexities faced by those fighting homegrown extremism. Today, the battle often begins online where identifying terrorists can be the difference between a massacre, and the one that never occurred in Garland, Texas.
Anderson Cooper: People brag about stuff. People talk big. One of the difficulties for the FBI is trying to figure out who’s just talking and who actually may execute an attack.
Seamus Hughes: That’s the hardest part when you talk about this, right. There’s a lot of guys who talk about how great ISIS is. It’s very hard to tell when someone crosses that line. And in most of the cases, you see the FBI has some touchpoint with those individuals beforehand. There had been an assessment, a preliminary investigation or a full investigation. It’s just very hard to know when somebody decides to jump.
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