Category Archives: FBI

Lockerbie — The Eyewitness Evidence Against Megrahi : Exclusive Q&A with Professor Tim Valentine

“Al-Megrahi was released from prison in 2009 and sent back to Libya on compassionate grounds because of advancing cancer. Public outrage was sparked. Al-Megrahi lived with his cancer for a few years (…) One cannot help but wonder whether the outrage … Continue reading

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FBI Experts : Monkey Science in Monkey Courts?

“For over thirty years, FBI experts testified about comparative bullet lead analysis (CBLA), a technique that was first used in the investigation into President Kennedy’s assassination. CBLA compares trace chemicals found in bullets at crime scenes with ammunition found in … Continue reading

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Lockerbie — The Eyewitness Evidence Against Megrahi : Exclusive Q&A with Pr Elizabeth Loftus

“Al-Megrahi was released from prison in 2009 and sent back to Libya on compassionate grounds because of advancing cancer. Public outrage was sparked. Al-Megrahi lived with his cancer for a few years (…) One cannot help but wonder whether the outrage … Continue reading

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Backflip Shooting — FBI Special Agents vs Russian Spetsnaz

“An FBI spokeswoman would not comment on the incident in order to preserve the integrity of the investigation.” Associated Press An off-duty FBI agent accidentally shot a man while performing a backflip in a Denver nightclub. Firing a weapon while performing … Continue reading

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FBI PSA : “Think Before You Post” — FLASHBACK : “The Helsinki Warning”

“And he comes in early the next morning, 6 o’clock the next morning, and there is, obviously, confusion and concern. And he is asked to do a number of things. And he is asked to work on Weber’s desk with … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — FBI James Comey : “The Taller They Stand, The Harder They Fall”

“Were these investigations getting too close to home for the President? This does not seem to be a coincidence.” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer May 9 2017 — The White House has announced that FBI Director James Comey “has been terminated … Continue reading

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Forensic science — FBI Bullet-Lead Technique Dead Wrong

“For over thirty years, FBI experts testified about comparative bullet lead analysis (CBLA), a technique that was first used in the investigation into President Kennedy’s assassination. CBLA compares trace chemicals found in bullets at crime scenes with ammunition found in … Continue reading

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Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King (January 15 1929 – Assassinated April 4 1968) — The FBI Suicide Letter

“The debate over how much the government should know about our private lives has never been more heated: Should intelligence agencies be able to sweep our email, read our texts, track our phone calls, locate us by GPS? Much of … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — “WikiLeaks: ‘Vault 7’ dump reignites debate about deadly car crash of Michael Hastings”

“The CIA was also looking at infecting the vehicle control systems used by modern cars and trucks. The purpose of such control is not specified, but it would permit the CIA to engage in nearly undetectable assassinations.” WikiLeaks — Vault … Continue reading

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This Day in History — CIA Aldrich Ames Arrested by FBI in Arlington, Virginia (February 21, 1994)

“I knew quite well, when I gave the names of our agents in the Soviet Union, that I was exposing them to the full machinery of counterespionage and the law, and then prosecution and capital punishment.” Former CIA Aldrich Hazen … Continue reading

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