Monthly Archives: June 2018

Three angles on the FBI scandals – two from experts, one featuring anonymous sources

Two experts have written serious criticisms of the FBI, and a semi-famous blogger repeated some anonymous accusations. The expert criticisms are coherent, but the scandals are intricate, so pour yourself some extra coffee and prepare to take notes. Sidney Powell … Continue reading

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Business as usual: bipartisal corruption of democracy, evil Israelis, crooked cops

Comment: I would like to have a headline that makes an optimistic promise that the wicked will be punished, e.g. “Some day a real rain will come and wash all the scum off the streets.” However, there is no reason … Continue reading

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McCabe used Strzok and Page to circumvent the chain of command

Take a careful look at the positions of Page and Strzok. They should be separated by a bunch of law-abiding Federal agents. In fact, we know that they trusted each other intimately and thus we able to avoid compliance with … Continue reading

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International happenings in June

Editorial note: Schulte has been accused of owning child abuse images; however, the CIA has a strong incentive to falsely accuse him and frame up evidence. A former CIA computer engineer has been indicted on charges he masterminded what appears … Continue reading

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A boatload of 18 government misconduct stories

Eighteen different stories, some short, some long, some with hyperlinks, some without, are posted here. The common thread is that psychopaths in government office tend to abuse their powers. #1: PUBLIC ALERT Los Angeles Superior Court the Most Corrupt Court … Continue reading

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