Flight 4U9525: Pentagon Contractor Worked for Secretive 'NGA' Satellite Mapping Agency
CIA officer Sabrina De Sousa was skiing with her son in Northern Italy on a chilly February day in 2003 when agents snatched a suspected terrorist off the streets of Milan as part of the CIA's "extraordinary rendition" program.
10 Shocking CIA Operations
look into the story of Jessica lynch. the fake rescue was directed by Jerry Bruckheimer. the US wanted to gain support from women for the war.
But the 9/11 attack by CIA was the most successful operation which gave them reason to occupy Iraq and steal their petrol.
t probably was the CIA, I mean they did attempt to stage a terrorist attack to go to war with Cuba.
USA experimenting with guatemalan people infecting them with VIH and that type of illness should be here.
cmon man most things that were done under the CIA weren't even necessary. this is why JFK announced he planned to cancel and shut down the whole agency. and then within a few days of this announcement he was assassinated. also look up "CIA heart attack gun". the CIA disclosed that for many many years they have had a
Spying and storing: Assange says 'Google works like NSA'
Published time: September 19, 2014 03:01
Google’s business model is the spy. It makes more than 80 percent of its money by collecting information about people, pooling it together, storing it, indexing it, building profiles of people to predict their interests and behavior, and then selling those profiles principally to advertisers, but also others,” Assange told BBC....
“They are formally listed as part of the defense industrial base since 2009. They have been engaged with the Prism system, where nearly all information collected by Google is available to the NSA,” Assange said. “At the institutional level, Google is deeply involved in US foreign policy.”
Julian Assange: 'Orwellian horror' of Google Glass, & in bed with state dept (FULL INTERVIEW)
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Posted on September 27, 2014 by State of the Nation 2014
1:11:52 List of an alleged 125 casualties at the Pentagon, exclusive of the ‘plane crash’ victims, 36 of them were financial analysts, accountants, budget experts, suggesting Rumsfeld had used the occasion to mention $2.3 trillion missing from the budget, to get them all together in the West Block offices of the Pentagon, with their documents and records, to take them out. REVELATION: The records could not have been destroyed because they were using dumb terminals to connect to it. Catherine Austin Fits, HUD Secretary found this, creating the distinct possibility of an existing back up of all the relevant records.
8. It’s pretty difficult to understand just how big the Pentagon is.
In fact, the U.S. Capitol could fit into just one of the building’s five sides, and with 5,100,000 square feet, it has twice the office space of the Empire State Building
*CIA operatives in every state, JFK killed by gov't, 9-11: Osama Bin Laden in a special medical machine, etc...
Waterboarding: A Tortured History
November 03, 2007 1:56 PM ET
The Washington debate over the simulated-drowning technique may be new, but the practice is not. It predates the Inquisition and has been used, off and on, around the world ever since.
....Waterboarding reached the U.S. via a circuitous route. The Spanish exported the practice to the Philippines, which they colonized for centuries. It was then adapted by U.S. forces there at the start of the 20th century and, eventually, adopted by some police forces in the U.S.
During the Spanish-American War, a U.S. soldier, Major Edwin Glenn, was suspended from command for one month and fined $50 for using "the water cure." In his review, the Army judge advocate said the charges constituted "resort to torture with a view to extort a confession." He recommended disapproval because "the United States cannot afford to sanction the addition of torture."
Yet President Theodore Roosevelt defended the practice. "The enlisted men began to use the old Filipino method: the water cure," he wrote in a 1902 letter. "Nobody was seriously damaged."...
*I took this from the plane as we were leaving Washington D.C. for home (Minnesota)
https://salphotobiz.smugmug.com/Other/Sal-Photo-Videography-Multi/i-5SKW8NW/A — at Pentagon City station.