At least it is scheduled for tomorrow. Let’s see if the FBI and the US Attorney drop the case or not.
Hopefully we will learn about the computer and cell phone forensics, the anonymous servers’ forensics (1 in the US and 1 in EU), handwriting analysis, cell tower ping locations, fingerprint analysis and who pointed the finger at them in the first place.
FBI Special Agents can be very wrong about their “suspects” and can be totally oblivious & miss the correct mark..even if it’s a different aspect of what they’re actively investigating. (Ask me how I know…ermmm…no, don’t ask me that)
If Katherine Anne McCloskey is unable to make a grand jury appearance again, I will start to wonder.
Anonymous targets government websites including Chicago Police Department
Anonymous affiliates calling themselves “AntiS3curityOPS,” reportedly sent an ominous message to the Chicago Police Department in a video posted on YouTube which has since been removed. A transcript of the group’s message on YouTube can be found here.
FBI investigates bomb threat at Utah cyber center
BLUFFDALE, Utah — The FBI is investigating a bomb threat that halted construction of a National Security Agency data center at Utah’s Camp Williams.
FBI spokeswoman Debbie Dujanovic Bertram tells The Associated Press that agents are searching the site for anything suspicious
THE FRAMEWORK FOR SUPPRESSING INFORMATION: Public Opinion in America’s 21st Century Police State
In a grand governmental exercise of Freudian-style projection, the DHS’s usage of inflammatory terms such as “terrorist” and “extremist” are routinely utilized to emphasize the nature and degree of various activist groups’ alleged deviant ideologies. This practice proceeds in light of the fact that most every “terrorist” act within the US since 9/11 has been carefully guided by the FBI or, as was the case with the initial “underwear bomber, Western intelligence agencies likely working in concert.