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Re: Las Vegas
« Reply #200 on: Oct 05, 2017, 07:17:34 pm »
 

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Possibly  ;D

It's all good though. Look at the corpse picture again. The empty shells look like they landed on top of the pool of coagulated blood instead of being there before and having blood run over them.

There's no blood on top of the empty shells. So how did he do this on his own and then fire shells after all that blood from his head flowed all over hell?



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Can you post the link to the picture?



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Re: Las Vegas
« Reply #201 on: Oct 05, 2017, 07:40:18 pm »
 

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Meet The Iraq War Veteran Who Led Police To The Vegas Shooter

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-03/meet-iraq-war-veteran-who-led-police-vegas-shooter



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Re: Las Vegas
« Reply #202 on: Oct 05, 2017, 07:46:21 pm »
 

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Can you post the link to the picture?



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https://liveleak.com/view?i=36c_1507085146

It's the last picture on that link.

The empty shells are on top of the coagulated blood glop with no blood on top of them.



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Re: Las Vegas
« Reply #203 on: Oct 05, 2017, 08:07:40 pm »
 

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You know what, think about this too, wouldn't it take a certain amount of time for the blood to coagulate like seen and then have the empty shells land on top like that?

I mean, if the blood was fresh and who ever started firing, the shells would've landed in the pool of fresh blood and would've rolled around in the fresh blood before it coagulated to the point where something would lay on top of it like so.



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Re: Las Vegas
« Reply #204 on: Oct 05, 2017, 09:23:31 pm »
 

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I also want to chime in on the room service receipt that's floating around. For myself, it proves nothing at all for two reasons because...

1. I was a waiter for a long time. Sometimes, you'd ring up an extra seat or guest by accident and couldn't correct due to lack of time or you'd have to ring up two guests because there were two drinks or two entrees or w/e ordered. Weird things like that change with different POS systems and how management wants the program to run. We're not talking airplane tickets or reserving cemetery plots here; it's a food service receipt.  ::)

2. I've ordered two sodas plenty of times, especially while at a hotel and needing some extra as a mixer for my rum. That bagel on the receipt? That's called being ready for breakfast in the morning.



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Re: Las Vegas
« Reply #205 on: Oct 05, 2017, 11:30:43 pm »
 

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Meet The Iraq War Veteran Cyber Intelligence Contractor Who Led Police To The Vegas Shooter

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-03/meet-iraq-war-veteran-who-led-police-vegas-shooter



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Here's a little background on the 'vet' the corporate media is waving in front of us, who just happened to be staying below the 'so-called' gunman / patsy.  The rest of the story...

Chris Bethel isn't just some 'average six pack' vet 'hero' who bravely led police to gunman (as if they couldn't have done that without him  ::)) As it turns out, Chris Bethel has been an IT military contractor for quite sometime.   Before the 'Q Stallion's of the board tell us 'Nothing to see here, move along' his background and current employment gets really interesting if you think of the 'Who Benefits' from these mass shootings perspective.

Chris Bethel had worked as a senior IT computer wizard at Lockheed Martin as a military contractor before he moved on to his current employer The Leidos Corporation.   https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-bethel-21757147

When asking who would benefit from a false flag Northwoods type of operation, one company that certainly would benefit, would be the Leidos Corporation.  With people like Mr. Frank Kendall who previously served as the Under Secretary of Defense sitting on it's board, the Las Vegas mass shooting will certainly be a big boom in stocks and investments for this company, and Frank Kendall's job as Under Secretary of Defense, was to acquire bigger military budgets during hard times, and was successful in doing so.  No doubt Leidos chairman Mr. Frank Kendall with his deep military / intelligence industrial complex connections (Yeah, the very guys / gals who stage these false flags) will use this latest mass shooting to line the pockets of himself the company (Chris Bethel hem hem) and it's investors.
https://www.leidos.com

Of course some on this board will scoff, but pardon me.  It's just too damn convenient for me that an employee of a company that would greatly benefit from a shooting like this which has direct ties to the military intelligence complex would be the 'hero' (ala Boston Bombing) that the corporate media is waving at us.



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Re: Las Vegas
« Reply #206 on: Oct 05, 2017, 11:47:47 pm »
 

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Good Lord, One couldn't even make this stuff up   ::)

Law Enforcement Instructor
http://jobs.leidos.com/ShowJob/Id/1018890/Law-Enforcement-Instructor/

The Intelligence and Homeland Security Group of Leidos (SAY HEY CHRIS!) has job openings for Law Enforcement Instructors for subcontract at the Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston, AL. These are opportunities to work on a Corp to Corp 1099 basis.

JOB SUMMARY:
FEMA’s Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP), located in Anniston, Alabama, is the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS)'s only federally chartered Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) training center. The CDP began operations in June 1998 as the only all-hazards training center, offering training on Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) weapons. While the training tempo has increased dramatically, the CDP’s training programs provide the very best in advanced hands-on training for America's emergency responders.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Instructors will deliver disaster preparedness and response training to professional audiences through lecture and hands-on exercises. Instruction focuses on catastrophic events that result in mass casualty incidents and preparedness and response planning. Instructors are expected to maintain a knowledge base as a subject matter expert in the assigned course content. Instructors are also expected to actively seek and participate in cross-training opportunities as well as present current incidents in evening lecture(s) to maximize instructor resources and the overall training experience for student responders. Instructors are expected to travel in support of position requirements, and perform training duties as assigned.



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Re: Las Vegas
« Reply #207 on: Oct 05, 2017, 11:53:47 pm »
 

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Intelligence Operations and Requirements Shift Lead Leidos Corporation
http://jobs.leidos.com/ShowJob/Id/1285189/Intelligence-Operations-and-Requirements-Shift-Lead-(Mid-Level)/

Intelligence Operations and Requirements Shift Lead (Mid-Level)

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Job Number:639824
Job Category:Intelligence Analysis
Location:FORT BELVOIR, VA US
Schedule:Full-time
Travel:None
Shift:Day Job
Potential for Teleworking:No
Clearance Level Must Currently Possess:Top Secret/SCI
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain:None
Description:
Duties: Provide IMCC Operations Cell with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in multi-discipline;   IOC SMEs will populate and maintain IMCC Knowledge Enterprise (e.g., Dashboard(s), Web-portals, and Common Operational Picture), and execute the operations process through communicating and participating as part of integrated staff activities;  The personnel supporting the IOC will (telephonically, and via various networks) receive, track, review, evaluate and respond to worldwide military-political events that potentially impact INSCOM, Army, and National interests. During crisis situations, the IMCC/IOC becomes the initial focal point for incoming information, facilitates responses for HQs INSCOM, and maintains liaison between INSCOM Major Subordinate Commands (MSC), HQDA, host installation, and other government agencies, and when established, is an integral part of the Crisis Action Team (CAT)
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Maintain a shift as part of a 24/7 mission command capability for the INSCOM Leadership
Monitor the HQ INSCOM IOC phone lines that include commercial, DSN, SVOIP and NSTS lines. All lines are equipped with voice mail services that shall be checked at least every three hours. All phone calls or voicemails requiring support will be documented in a working log.
Serve as the single focal point for the interface between HQ INSCOM, its MSCs, supported units and organizations, Department of Defense (DoD), Army Operations Center (AOC), and Intelligence Community
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Respond to general inquiries from SIL, INSCOM G-3 Directorate leadership, IMCC leadership (e.g., G-3, Deputy and SGM of Operations, G-3/3 Current Operations Chief, Deputy, and NCOIC, Regional Desk Officers, and IOC Chief and Deputy), the COR, or higher government authority.
Effectively apply critical thinking methodologies and processes in resolving complex problems, conducting analysis, development, production and delivery of products; to include, responding appropriately to RFI, drafting EXSUMS, information papers, briefings and presenting oral presentations.

Prepare and conduct Shift Change Briefs/Updates.  Contractor personnel shall conduct a mandatory transition meeting between shifts which provides a seamless transition of ongoing actions/activities from one shift to the next; facilitating continuous situational awareness and understanding of INSCOM global intelligence operations and serves as an action-officer level exchange of information for matters of cross-staff interest or requiring cross-staff coordination.

Provide summary/EXSUM of Shift Change key points to the Senior IMCC Operations and Intelligence Support / Senior Intelligence and Operations Analyst/Site Lead and the COR.

Perform routine workspace housekeeping tasks; to include, regular vacuuming, daily trash removal, and maintaining a clean and orderly work area.

Monitor news media outlets for situational awareness, specifically for worldwide news reports that may impact INSCOM and Army equities.  Maintain continuous surveillance of the world situation for items of interest to the INSCOM or ARSTAFF and report using the appropriate means (e.g. EXSUM, log entry, email, etc.) IAW established SOPs and Battle Drills.

Monitor NIPRNET, SIPRNET, and JWICS networks for worldwide and national events, both natural and manmade, that have an impact on the INSCOM organization or INSCOM operations. This includes, but is not limited to, earthquakes, hurricanes, bombings, active shooters, and military attacks.

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Re: Las Vegas - remember Dr. John J. Hamre? (CSIS, MITRE, SAIC)
« Reply #208 on: Oct 06, 2017, 02:49:44 am »
 

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Trump adds biometrics industry veteran to transition team
http://www.biometricupdate.com/201611/trump-adds-biometrics-industry-veteran-to-transition-team

November 28, 2016 -  According to an FCW report, President-elect Donald Trump has named Michael T. Dougherty, currently CEO of the Secure Identity and Biometrics Association (SIBA), as a member of his transition team, with responsibility over the Department of Homeland Security.

The transition process, governed by the Presidential Transition Act, ensures the smooth transfer of executive power. Dougherty will provide policy advice to the incoming Trump administration, which has made completing the biometric entry-exit visa tracking system, now in pilot project stage, a key component of its proposed immigration policy.

Dougherty has over 20 years of legal and policy experience in the federal government. At the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), he was appointed Ombudsman for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services where he led an office of 27 professionals with a US$6.5 million budget.

Dougherty served as Legislative Counsel to Senator Jon Kylon the Senate Judiciary Committee and prior to that, as a Senior Policy Advisor at DHS Headquarters. He also served as an appellate litigator with the Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of Immigration Litigation,
and as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia.

Immediately before he became the CEO of SIBA, he was Director of Business Development in Homeland Security Programs at Raytheon. At the defense contractor, he was responsible for initiating and supporting pursuits in the homeland and public safety markets, and leading collaborative efforts across businesses to bring distinctive products and services to civilian mission sets. He also represented Raytheon as a a thought leader, writing white papers and speaking at both U.S. and international events. He also worked to evaluate third-party technologies for investment purposes.

At SIBA, Dougherty is responsible for promoting awareness of technologies, services and processes that could secure and improve travel, borders, health care, law enforcement, commercial transactions and emergency situation management. SIBA is a non-profit group that promotes the value of secure identity technologies and biometric solutions. It members, who include Unisys, General Dynamics Mission Systems, Leidos, Identify, RiVidium, NEC, Advanced Optical Systems, and Disaster Solutions, share a common interest in biometrics, identity management, cyber protection, and mission assurance.

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More "draining the swamp"?


Notes from Shipp's presentation: Who is “they”??

Shadow or Secret Government is Intelligence Agencies while Deep State SUPPORTS these agencies (mostly financial)

Shadow Government primary players: CIA/CFR, NSA connected to Silicon Valley, And MSM. They control/influence all 3 branches of the visible government. Note that CIA was created WITHOUT Congressional approval.

Secondary players include FBI, NGA, NGTC, NRO, DIA (torture program), DOS, DHS, DNI – 17 Agencies, and JSOC – President's private army.

The Deep State, the system behind Shadow Government consists of the MIC, MICC intelligence contractors, defense contractors, Federal Reserve, IMF/World Bank, MIC lobbyists, foreign lobbyists, central banks, and a connection between the Treasury and Wall Street offshore accounts.

Estimated 4,800,000 Americans hold some sort of security clearance. They have signed a secrecy agreement and can go to jail for speaking about what they are involved with.

Primary MIC players are Lockheed Martin (tracks all USPS mail, airport biometrics, info tracking for CIA and NSA), Northrop Grumman, Boeing, Booz Allen Hamilton, Raytheon, and General Dynamics. One trillion USD/year is sent to these folks. All go through the Congressional Armed Services Committee headed by......John McCain.

Intelligence Industrial Complex consists of Leidos Holdings, SAIC, CACI, CSRA, Booz Allen. They are contracted, without public accountability by CIA, NSA, NRO, and NGA. Booz Allen rakes in 50 billion USD/yr. These companies do 80% of the top secret work for the government.


Soros is a small part of a much bigger picture. Qui Bono?

Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Boeing, General Dynamics, Raytheon, Booz-Allen Hamilton, Leidos Holdings, SAIC, CSRA, and CACI to name a few...$800 billion is at stake.

Yeah. The “middle east” correction to the narrative doesn't make sense and is completely out of profile for this guy. Quite the globetrotter all of a sudden with his GF in the FAR east. Whenever I see “FBI” as the source of fresh narrative-steering information, I'm always dubious. I also see no evidence from the transcripts that the guy in the room shot first. This is all based on statements from anonymous “authorities”.
http://executives.findthecompany.com/l/74104/Dr-John-J-Hamre

Biography
Dr. Hamre, 56, was elected President and Chief Executive Officer of CSIS in April of 2000. Prior to joining CSIS, he served as U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense from 1997 to 2000 and Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) from 1993 to 1997. Dr. Hamre is a Director of MITRE Corporation, Choicepoint, Inc. and SAIC, Inc. He received a B.A. degree, with highest distinction from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was a Rockefeller Fellow at Harvard Divinity School and was awarded a Ph.D., with distinction, from the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, in 1978. Dr. Hamre has been a Director of ITT since 2000.

Other Employers
Company   Position   Executive Tenure
Leidos Holdings Inc
Director

2005 - 2007

https://secure.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/SAIC/insiders?pid=1150165

John J. Hamre

Dr. John J. Hamre is President, Chief Executive Officer & Trustee at Center for Strategic & International Studies, Inc., Chairman at The MITRE Corp. and Chairman of United States Defense Policy Board. He is on the Board of Directors at Science Applications International Corp., Leidos, Inc., Center for Strategic & International Studies, Inc. and MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Dr. Hamre was previously employed as an Independent Director by Exelis, Inc., an Independent Director by Xylem, Inc., an Independent Director by Leidos Holdings, Inc., an Independent Director by ITT Corp., Chairman-Defense Policy Board by The United States Army (District of Columbia), Deputy Assistant Director by Congressional Budget Office, and Chairman & Chief Executive Officer by Maytag Corp. He also served on the board at Oshkosh Corp., ChoicePoint Precision Marketing, Inc., ITT Industries Ltd. and The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc. He received his undergraduate degree from Augustana College (South Dakota) and a doctorate degree from The Johns Hopkins University.

http://executives.findthecompany.com/l/6068/Dr-John-J-Hamre-PhD

2008 Biography
Dr. Hamre, 60, was elected President and Chief Executive Officer of CSIS in April of 2000. Prior to joining CSIS, he served as U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense from 1997 to 2000 and Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) from 1993 to 1997. Dr. Hamre is a Director of MITRE Corporation, a not-for-profit organization chartered to work in the public interest, with expertise in systems engineering, information technology, operational concepts, and enterprise modernization.

He received a B.A. degree, with highest distinction, from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was a Rockefeller Fellow at Harvard Divinity School and was awarded a Ph.D., with distinction, from the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, in 1978. Dr. Hamre has extensive strategic and international experience, particularly with respect to defense related businesses. He has achieved recognized prominence in strategic, international and defense fields. Dr. Hamre has also served as a Director in other public companies, including SAIC, Inc. and Oshkosh Corporation, providing additional relevant experience.

Dr. Hamre has been a Director of ITT since 2000. He has served as a Director of SAIC, Inc. since 2005 and Oshkosh Corporation since 2009. Dr. Hamre was previously a Director of Choicepoint, Inc. from May 2002 through September 2008. On October 5, 2011, John J. Hamre tendered his resignation from the Board, conditioned on the occurrence of the Spin-off and effective immediately(October 31, 2011).

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Company   Position   Executive Tenure
Science Applications International Corp
Director
2013 - 2017
Leidos Holdings Inc
Director
2005 - 2016
Total Annual Compensation   Total Reported Compensation at Company
$291,494 USD   $578,287 USD

Director
2011 - 2015
Xylem Inc
Director
2011 - 2013
Oshkosh Corp
Director
2009 - 2011

https://uniteordiemedia.com/why-google-made-the-nsa-insurge-intelligence-medium/

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Mass surveillance is about control. It’s promulgators may well claim, and even believe, that it is about control for the greater good, a control that is needed to keep a cap on disorder, to be fully vigilant to the next threat. But in a context of rampant political corruption, widening economic inequalities, and escalating resource stress due to climate change and energy volatility, mass surveillance can become a tool of power to merely perpetuate itself, at the public’s expense.

A major function of mass surveillance that is often overlooked is that of knowing the adversary to such an extent that they can be manipulated into defeat. The problem is that the adversary is not just terrorists. It’s you and me. To this day, the role of information warfare as propaganda has been in full swing, though systematically ignored by much of the media.

Here, INSURGE INTELLIGENCE exposes how the Pentagon Highlands Forum’s co-optation of tech giants like Google to pursue mass surveillance, has played a key role in secret efforts to manipulate the media as part of an information war against the American government, the American people, and the rest of the world: to justify endless war, and ceaseless military expansionism.

THE WAR MACHINE

In September 2013, the website of the Montery Institute for International Studies’ Cyber Security Initiative (MIIS CySec) posted a final version of a paper on ‘cyber-deterrence’ by CIA consultant Jeffrey Cooper, vice president of the US defense contractor SAIC and a founding member of the Pentagon’s Highlands Forum. The paper was presented to then NSA director Gen. Keith Alexander at a Highlands Forum session titled ‘Cyber Commons, Engagement and Deterrence’ in 2010.

MIIS CySec is formally partnered with the Pentagon’s Highlands Forum through an MoU signed between the provost and Forum president Richard O’Neill, while the initiative itself is funded by George C. Lee: the Goldman Sachs executive who led the billion dollar valuations of Facebook, Google, eBay, and other tech companies.

Cooper’s eye-opening paper is no longer available at the MIIS site, but a final version of it is available via the logs of a public national security conferencehosted by the American Bar Association. Currently, Cooper is chief innovation officer at SAIC/Leidos, which is among a consortium of defense technology firms including Booz Allen Hamilton and others contracted to develop NSA surveillance capabilities.

The Highlands Forum briefing for the NSA chief was commissioned under contract by the undersecretary of defense for intelligence, and based on concepts developed at previous Forum meetings. It was presented to Gen. Alexander at a “closed session” of the Highlands Forum moderated by MIIS Cysec director, Dr. Itamara Lochard, at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington DC.

SAIC/Leidos’ Jeffrey Cooper (middle), a founding member of the Pentagon’s Highlands Forum, listening to Phil Venables (right), senior partner at Goldman Sachs, at the 2010 Forum session on cyber-deterrence at the CSIS
Like Rumsfeld’s IO roadmap, Cooper’s NSA briefing described “digital information systems” as both a “great source of vulnerability” and “powerful tools and weapons” for “national security.” He advocated the need for US cyber intelligence to maximize “in-depth knowledge” of potential and actual adversaries, so they can identify “every potential leverage point” that can be exploited for deterrence or retaliation. “Networked deterrence” requires the US intelligence community to develop “deep understanding and specific knowledge about the particular networks involved and their patterns of linkages, including types and strengths of bonds,” as well as using cognitive and behavioural science to help predict patterns. His paper went on to essentially set out a theoretical architecture for modelling data obtained from surveillance and social media mining on potential “adversaries” and “counterparties.”

A year after this briefing with the NSA chief, Michele Weslander Quaid — another Highlands Forum delegate — joined Google to become chief technology officer, leaving her senior role in the Pentagon advising the undersecretary of defense for intelligence. Two months earlier, the Defense Science Board (DSB) Task Force on Defense Intelligence published its report on Counterinsurgency (COIN), Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (IRS) Operations. Quaid was among the government intelligence experts who advised and briefed the Defense Science Board Task Force in preparing the report. Another expert who briefed the Task Force was Highlands Forum veteran Linton Wells. The DSB report itself had been commissioned by Bush appointee James Clapper, then undersecretary of defense for intelligence — who had also commissioned Cooper’s Highlands Forum briefing to Gen. Alexander. Clapper is now Obama’s Director of National Intelligence, in which capacity he lied under oath to Congress by claiming in March 2013 that the NSA does not collect any data at all on American citizens.

Michele Quaid’s track record across the US military intelligence community was to transition agencies into using web tools and cloud technology. The imprint of her ideas are evident in key parts of the DSB Task Force report, which described its purpose as being to “influence investment decisions” at the Pentagon “by recommending appropriate intelligence capabilities to assess insurgencies, understand a population in their environment, and support COIN operations.”

The report named 24 countries in South and Southeast Asia, North and West Africa, the Middle East and South America, which would pose “possible COIN challenges” for the US military in coming years. These included Pakistan, Mexico, Yemen, Nigeria, Guatemala, Gaza/West Bank, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, among other “autocratic regimes.” The report argued that “economic crises, climate change, demographic pressures, resource scarcity, or poor governance could cause these states (or others) to fail or become so weak that they become targets for aggressors/insurgents.” From there, the “global information infrastructure” and “social media” can rapidly “amplify the speed, intensity, and momentum of events” with regional implications. “Such areas could become sanctuaries from which to launch attacks on the US homeland, recruit personnel, and finance, train, and supply operations.”

The imperative in this context is to increase the military’s capacity for “left of bang” operations — before the need for a major armed forces commitment — to avoid insurgencies, or pre-empt them while still in incipient phase. The report goes on to conclude that “the Internet and social media are critical sources of social network analysis data in societies that are not only literate, but also connected to the Internet.” This requires “monitoring the blogosphere and other social media across many different cultures and languages” to prepare for “population-centric operations.”

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The Pentagon must also increase its capacity for “behavioral modeling and simulation” to “better understand and anticipate the actions of a population” based on “foundation data on populations, human networks, geography, and other economic and social characteristics.” Such “population-centric operations” will also “increasingly” be needed in “nascent resource conflicts, whether based on water-crises, agricultural stress, environmental stress, or rents” from mineral resources. This must include monitoring “population demographics as an organic part of the natural resource framework.”

Other areas for augmentation are “overhead video surveillance,” “high resolution terrain data,” “cloud computing capability,” “data fusion” for all forms of intelligence in a “consistent spatio-temporal framework for organizing and indexing the data,” developing “social science frameworks” that can “support spatio-temporal encoding and analysis,” “distributing multi-form biometric authentication technologies [“such as fingerprints, retina scans and DNA samples”] to the point of service of the most basic administrative processes” in order to “tie identity to all an individual’s transactions.” In addition, the academy must be brought in to help the Pentagon develop “anthropological, socio-cultural, historical, human geographical, educational, public health, and many other types of social and behavioral science data and information” to develop “a deep understanding of populations.”


A few months after joining Google, Quaid represented the company in August 2011 at the Pentagon’s Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Customer and Industry Forum. The forum would provide “the Services, Combatant Commands, Agencies, coalition forces” the “opportunity to directly engage with industry on innovative technologies to enable and ensure capabilities in support of our Warfighters.” Participants in the event have been integral to efforts to create a “defense enterprise information environment,” defined as “an integrated platform which includes the network, computing, environment, services, information assurance, and NetOps capabilities,” enabling warfighters to “connect, identify themselves, discover and share information, and collaborate across the full spectrum of military operations.” Most of the forum panelists were DoD officials, except for just four industry panelists including Google’s Quaid.

DISA officials have attended the Highlands Forum, too — such as Paul Friedrichs, a technical director and chief engineer of DISA’s Office of the Chief Information Assurance Executive.

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

Given all this it is hardly surprising that in 2012, a few months after Highlands Forum co-chair Regina Dugan left DARPA to join Google as a senior executive, then NSA chief Gen. Keith Alexander was emailing Google’s founding executive Sergey Brin to discuss information sharing for national security. In those emails, obtained under Freedom of Information by investigative journalist Jason Leopold, Gen. Alexander described Google as a “key member of [the US military’s] Defense Industrial Base,” a position Michele Quaid was apparently consolidating. Brin’s jovial relationship with the former NSA chief now makes perfect sense given that Brin had been in contact with representatives of the CIA and NSA, who partly funded and oversaw his creation of the Google search engine, since the mid-1990s.

In July 2014, Quaid spoke at a US Army panel on the creation of a “rapid acquisition cell” to advance the US Army’s “cyber capabilities” as part of the Force 2025 transformation initiative. She told Pentagon officials that “many of the Army’s 2025 technology goals can be realized with commercial technology available or in development today,” re-affirming that “industry is ready to partner with the Army in supporting the new paradigm.” Around the same time, most of the media was trumpeting the idea that Google was trying to distance itself from Pentagon funding, but in reality, Google has switched tactics to independently develop commercial technologies which would have military applications the Pentagon’s transformation goals.

Yet Quaid is hardly the only point-person in Google’s relationship with the US military intelligence community.

One year after Google bought the satellite mapping software Keyhole from CIA venture capital firm In-Q-Tel in 2004, In-Q-Tel’s director of technical assessment Rob Painter — who played a key role in In-Q-Tel’s Keyhole investment in the first place — moved to Google. At In-Q-Tel, Painter’s work focused on identifying, researching and evaluating “new start-up technology firms that were believed to offer tremendous value to the CIA, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and the Defense Intelligence Agency.” Indeed, the NGA had confirmed that its intelligence obtained via Keyhole was used by the NSA to support US operations in Iraq from 2003 onwards.

A former US Army special operations intelligence officer, Painter’s new job at Google as of July 2005 was federal manager of what Keyhole was to become: Google Earth Enterprise. By 2007, Painter had become Google’s federal chief technologist.

That year, Painter told the Washington Post that Google was “in the beginning stages” of selling advanced secret versions of its products to the US government. “Google has ramped up its sales force in the Washington area in the past year to adapt its technology products to the needs of the military, civilian agencies and the intelligence community,” the Post reported. The Pentagon was already using a version of Google Earth developed in partnership with Lockheed Martin to “display information for the military on the ground in Iraq,” including “mapping out displays of key regions of the country” and outlining “Sunni and Shiite neighborhoods in Baghdad, as well as US and Iraqi military bases in the city. Neither Lockheed nor Google would say how the geospatial agency uses the data.” Google aimed to sell the government new “enhanced versions of Google Earth” and “search engines that can be used internally by agencies.”

White House records leaked in 2010 showed that Google executives had held several meetings with senior US National Security Council officials. Alan Davidson, Google’s government affairs director, had at least three meetings with officials of the National Security Council in 2009, including White House senior director for Russian affairs Mike McFaul and Middle East advisor Daniel Shapiro. It also emerged from a Google patent application that the company had deliberately been collecting ‘payload’ data from private wifi networks that would enable the identification of “geolocations.” In the same year, we now know, Google had signed an agreement with the NSA giving the agency open-ended access to the personal information of its users, and its hardware and software, in the name of cyber security — agreements that Gen. Alexander was busy replicating with hundreds of telecoms CEOs around the country.

Thus, it is not just Google that is a key contributor and foundation of the US military-industrial complex: it is the entire Internet, and the wide range of private sector companies — many nurtured and funded under the mantle of the US intelligence community (or powerful financiers embedded in that community) — which sustain the Internet and the telecoms infrastructure; it is also the myriad of start-ups selling cutting edge technologies to the CIA’s venture firm In-Q-Tel, where they can then be adapted and advanced for applications across the military intelligence community. Ultimately, the global surveillance apparatus and the classified tools used by agencies like the NSA to administer it, have been almost entirely made by external researchers and private contractors like Google, which operate outside the Pentagon.

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Why Big Business Profit Is The Real Reason Behind NSA Surveillance
May 14, 2015 at 3:23 pm
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Claire Bernish
May 14, 2015

(ANTIMEDIA) The US Surveillance State is scrambling to save itself in the wake of a federal ruling that declared the bulk collection of metadata under a provision of the Patriot Act, which is set to expire on June 1, illegal . But the reason for so many ‘experts’ touting the benefits of surveillance, goes beyond the basic desire to spy on Americans. Because, as you might imagine, “terrorism” is big business.

Under the guise of such a nebulous phrase as the ‘War on Terror’, it’s well known how the military-industrial complex is thriving. But another booming industry has escaped the same attention, in part because the subject, itself, is so controversial — surveillance. As we learn with increasing frequency, the government often acts as a proxy for corporate interests, and the business of spying is no exception.

As would be important with any issue where the government is concerned, examining the personal history and financial ties of the so-called ‘experts’ offering reasons why surveillance is so crucial will give better insight into why we’re being spied on.

Acting on insight into the NSA’s insidious surveillance program from leaks by various whistleblowers, The Intercept investigated ties between spying’s biggest proponents and the lucrative field of surveillance.

With House approval and an upcoming vote from the Senate, the USA Freedom Act, which by name purports to give us freedom from spying, but by content helps the program continue, these experts are popping up everywhere to explain why giving up a little liberty for security really isn’t a big deal. But a big deal is precisely what someone like Jack Keane, a military analyst for Fox News, will get if the bill passes. Keane is certainly well-qualified to give his opinion, having been a four-star General in the Army and now heading the Institute for the Study of War, but when he said the bulk collection of phone records is “vital for national security”, his opinion wasn’t an unbiased piece of advice.

Keane, who was a proponent of legislation similar to the Freedom Act, would have the public believe that “what the NSA has been doing has been right on the mark”. There is good reason for this, since he has served as a board member for NSA contractor General Dynamics since 2004, a position which earns him a quarter million dollars in annual income through cash and stock options. According to a Boston Globe article from 2010, he also consults with other military contractors to have his clients hired into government jobs, though he claims his lobbying falls below the requirement for registration under the Lobbying Disclosure Act.

Calling the unprecedented information disclosure by Edward Snowden a “traitorous act [which] is a perfect example of the dual threat we face from state and non-state actors” doesn’t seem that unusual. But when former Republican National Committee Chair Jim Gilmore did so, it was from the perspective of board member for a major NSA contractor. Since 2009, Gilmore has earned more than $1 million in that seat at CACI International, the same firm whose contractors were responsible for the graphic abuse of prisoners at Abu Ghraib. Not so coincidentally, CACI purchased another NSA contracting firm in 2013 for $820 million, the cybersecurity-focused Six3 Systems. Gilmore doesn’t deny his NSA ties, saying “I do not feel I have a conflict of interest that would prevent me from commenting on public policy issues related to national security. […] I have been very vocal in the past as to warning against the loss of civil freedoms”, but says that loss would be from the “reaction to the dangers we face in today’s world.” His statement sneakily switches the blame for domestic surveillance from the NSA to the public.

Think tanks help to shape opinions and drive policy, and the Center for Strategic and International Studies has been a major advocate of the “irreplaceable role” of surveillance in the American landscape. In May last year, CSIS issued a report, subtitled “Principles for Rebuilding Trust in Intelligence Activities”. This report disputes the fact that no terrorist attack has ever been thwarted through the sweeping communications surveillance program, calling that “perception […] wrong.” Of course, the center has good reason to do so. The government officials who released the report included CSIS president, John Hamre, who received nearly a quarter million dollars that year as a board member for NSA contractor Leidos. Former NSA director Mike McConnell was also partly responsible for that report, and at the time of its release, he was vice chairman of Booz Allen Hamilton. This is the same NSA contracting firm made famous when some of its documents were leaked by Edward Snowden.

Such stunning conflicts of interest reveal a frightening trend that has permeated every facet of life in the US: big business profit will always trump personal liberties in the eyes of the government. Once an avenue for raking in cash has been found, there is virtually nothing at our disposal to stop it. Since the exploitation of section 215 of the Patriot Act for collecting metadata was deemed illegal, there is a distinct threat to the livelihood of big surveillance businesses, and experts singing industry praises are their life preservers. It’s a guarantee. Therefore, that surveillance will continue, whether through deft policy handiwork or creative interpretation of existing legislation. The significance of the profit connection must be divulged to a public otherwise duped by the cloak of security. When military bases across the country raise their threat level right before the Patriot Act provisions are due for renewal, motives become transparent.

Everyone knows money talks, and now, more than ever, it’s watching, too.



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Re: Las Vegas
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Here's a little background on the 'vet' the corporate media is waving in front of us, who just happened to be staying below the 'so-called' gunman / patsy.  The rest of the story...


Many people work for MIC in some way. And why not find someone clean or maybe they want you to find the history that is found very easily? This is what is called "confirmation bias" possibly.

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Re: Las Vegas
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https://liveleak.com/view?i=36c_1507085146

It's the last picture on that link.

The empty shells are on top of the coagulated blood glop with no blood on top of them.



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I think it has been replaced. I would like to see this picture if someone can find it.



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Re: Las Vegas
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I think it has been replaced. I would like to see this picture if someone can find it.



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Its being purged from the web.
Having had a second look, at the bullet cases, I can see why its being deleted.



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Re: Las Vegas - SAVE AS...
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Save As . . .







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'I was looking crazy guy in the face' - Pizza delivery man supposedly last to see Vegas shooter













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Re: Las Vegas - slept with Prostitutes offered by Casinos
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Call me cynical, but the first thing I thought about the room service receipt for x 2 was a professional lady visitor.
Next it will be his coke dealer . . . .  :P


Family friend of Las Vegas shooter says the mass murderer's girlfriend felt 'nervous and jittery' around him and he would sleep with prostitutes offered by casinos
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4955002/Friend-Las-Vegas-shooter-says-used-free-prostitutes.html



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Re: Las Vegas - Mental Health of 'Patsy Shooter'
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Wonder if its true ?


Las Vegas shooter's girlfriend says he would 'SCREAM in bed at night' and investigators say he may have been in 'mental anguish' - but they STILL don't know why he murdered 58 people
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4953908/Las-Vegas-shooter-SCREAM-bed-night.html



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Re: Las Vegas - SAVE AS...
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Save As . . .



This ruined my dinner, but thanks for this.

I cannot conclude the story from this picture.



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This ruined my dinner, but thanks for this.

I cannot conclude the story from this picture.



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All I can suggest, is that you look a the brass bullet cases.



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Re: Las Vegas - SAVE AS...
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All I can suggest, is that you look a the brass bullet cases.



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I can look and I know poseidonhost argument.

He lies flat but what position was he shot? (by him or other).

And why was this picture leaked? There are 100s of pictures (must be) but leaked this.



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Centerra-Nevada is a mid-size company with a diverse team of employees, most of whom are protective force members. Security personnel provide a broad range of services, from basic access control to complex security missions in support of the National Nuclear Security Administration. Partnering with some of America's finest businesses; Leidos, Longenecker and Associates, and Pro2Serve to deliver superior security services.
http://www.centerranevada.com

Was the Brian Hodge story put out to discredit the multiple reports (the night of on twitter) of hotel security (not police because they had not yet arrived) trying to apprehend a man dressed as a security guard, just before the shootings?
http://www.neon-nettle.com/news/2854-las-vegas-shooting-witnesses-report-multiple-gunmen-dressed-as-security-guards

It would have been easy to simply knock on Paddock's door claiming to be hotel security in order to get him to open his door in order to kill hm for the set up.

As I posted earlier GS4 (Wakenhut) also has a major operation set up in vegas



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Re: Las Vegas - slept with Prostitutes offered by Casinos
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Call me cynical, but the first thing I thought about the room service receipt for x 2 was a professional lady visitor.
Next it will be his coke dealer . . . .  :P


Family friend of Las Vegas shooter says the mass murderer's girlfriend felt 'nervous and jittery' around him and he would sleep with prostitutes offered by casinos
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4955002/Friend-Las-Vegas-shooter-says-used-free-prostitutes.html



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a friend of a friend who knew the pizza delivery person said...



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Re: Las Vegas
« Reply #223 on: Oct 06, 2017, 09:28:17 pm »
 

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[img]http://imgur.com/CpgVpUB[img]

This is other chance for this picture:-

Blue circle shell: The presence of this shell looks like interrupted flow of blood at end of flow, showing was there before blood flow.

Green circle shell: This looks in the blood not on the blood. Blood possibly flow to this and around (thicker flow to backfill).

Yellow circle shells: Thin stain spread under shells

Purple circle:- Is this part buried shell?

The picture is not concluded. What is your opinion?



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More on Leidos a subsidiary of Lockheed Martin
After the contract was awarded Friday, the agency learned Leidos Innovations Corp. had acquired NNS3T from Lockheed Martin, according to the statement. Leidos Innovations Corp. is part of Leidos Holdings, a Reston, Virginia, business that supports the U.S. intelligence community and military customers.
https://www.reviewjournal.com/news/military/us-revokes-5b-contract-to-operate-nevada-national-security-site/

Leidos & Lockheed both huge contractors in Nevada set to score big nation wide after shooting?



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