Sep 302013

Military Gunman Disinfo
In the aftermath of the CERT executions at the Navy Yard, disinformation was leaked through the media at 12:14 PM (EST) stating that Washington, D.C. Police were looking for two other possible suspects. One was described as a white male in a khaki tan military uniform with a handgun, while the other was a black male, about 50, who may have had a long gun and was wearing an olive, drab colored, possible military style uniform. This information was purposely fabricated and disseminated to provide cover for the CERT team which was in fact responsible for the attacks.

Navy Yard False-Flag Disinfo
Predictably, STRATFOR operative Alex Jones and other intelligence trolls immediately begun floating conspiracy theories that the Navy Yard shooting was another Obama false-flag terror attack. Propaganda reports entitled “AP Reported Navy Attack Day Before It Happened? Debunked?” and “Shooting At Navy Yard Shooting Witness False Flag Actors Staged?” are just a few samples of the coordinated disinformation campaign to confuse the public and the military community as to what really happened at the Washington Navy Yard on September 16, 2013.

Patsy Aaron Alexis
Less than 3 hours after the Navy Yard Massacre began, Washington, D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier stated that Aaron Alexis was believed to be the “single and sole” person responsible for the attack. When conclusive statements are made by officials in the immediate aftermath of a supposedly random terror-related incidents, the likelihood of foul play increases exponentially simply because a complete and thorough investigation has not been conducted. The claim that Alexis acted alone was not verifiable at the time and therefore it must be surmised that Police Chief Lanier was covering for the real Navy Yard attackers—the U.S. Capitol Police’s CERT team.

Alexis was also vilified in an unprecedented barrage of media attacks which stated that he was treated multiple times for psychological issues (e.g., sleep deprivation, anger and paranoia), and that police had warned the Navy about his mental instability 6 weeks prior to the shooting. Posthumously propaganda reports such as “Family Recounts Chilling Airport Encounter With Navy Gunman”, “Navy Yard Killer Aaron Alexis Believed Government Was Attacking His Brain”, and “Washington Navy Yard Gunman ‘Obsessed With Violent Video Games’” so demonized and smeared Alexis that even if he was innocent and alive to defend himself, it would take a lifetime to clear his name.

Navy Yard Video
On September 25, 2013, a full 9 days after the attack, video footage of what purports to be Aaron Alexis at the Washington Navy Yard was released. Strangely enough, Alexis is seen acting in a defensive manner which indicates that he was being hunted as opposed to doing the killing. This was evidenced at 00:24 in the video when Alexis sees a steady stream of people exiting the building down the hallway. Instead of trying to shoot them, Alexis appears to be looking for a way out of the building, but doesn’t trust that he will be safe with the others. Had the Navy wanted to extinguish the conspiracy theories that that Alexis was not the gunman, they would have released more than a 31-second video. Regardless, odds are that Alexis had absolutely nothing to do with the Navy Yard Massacre and was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time.

11. Three Top U.S. Navy Officials Arrested (Monday, September 16, 2013)
Political blowback from Terrorgate reached an unprecedented level on September 18, 2013, it was reported that a Navy contractor, a Navy commander and a Navy criminal investigator were suddenly arrested and charged with conspiracy in a bribery scheme.

According to the U.S. attorney’s office, Leonard Francis was arrested in California on September 16, 2013, the day of the Navy Yard Massacre. Commander Michael Misiewicz, who was assigned to U.S. Northern Command, was arrested at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado. NCIS Supervisory Special Agent John Beliveau II was also arrested in Virginia, apparently the same military base which experienced a “security” breach and subsequent evacuation on September 18, 2013.

Although these men face up to 5 years in prison for their bogus charges, it’s highly likely that they were in large part responsible for overseeing the College Station, Las Vegas, and Washington, D.C. terror attacks and were arrested to keep them from talking to the media. Once these Navy men have an “understanding” with intelligence agencies, they will likely be promoted and go on to commit even greater acts of terror in the future.

12. Obama Cancels Rose Garden Speech (Monday, September 16, 2013)
On September 16, 2013, at 12:32 PM (EST), less than 24 hours after it was scheduled, President Obama unceremoniously canceled his primetime Rose Garden appearanceby holding a watered-down press conference inside the White House. Although Obama did initially address the Navy Yard massacre which had occurred only 4 hours prior, the crux of his speech highlighted the exemplary work that he and his administration had accomplished since the collapse of Lehman Bros. in 2008.

Why the Obama administration refused to cancel the Lehman Bros. speech in the wake of what Obama himself called a “mass shooting” is not known, but’s February 16, 2012, report entitled “Alex Jones Cancels Speaking Tour 3 Days After Exposure As Possible STRATFOR Double Agent” was instrumental in discrediting radio host Alex Jones, the establishment’s #1 disinformation operative. Evidently, the intelligence community wasn’t keen on history repeating itself and therefore elected to have Obama give his Lehman Bros. speech despite the massacre, albeit indoors. (Continued)

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