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FBI Runs Child Porn Website

So not only does your government start illegal wars, slaughter millions including women and children, run drugs to other countries and supply the enemy with weapons… apparently, THEY ALSO RUN CHILD PORNOGRAPHY WEBSITES.

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has run an online child pornography service, continuing to distribute indecent material to customers after seizing the site following an investigation into such activity in 2012.

According to court testimonies made by an FBI agent in Seattle, Washington, officials of the country’s domestic intelligence agency then “allowed thousands of pedophiles the ability to share images of children being raped, exposed, and abused” for two weeks after the seizure of the Nebraska-based illegal on-line operation, US-based daily Seattle Pi reported Tuesday.

FBI Runs Child Porn WebsiteThe move by FBI agents, the report adds, was part of an effort to “identify” more than 5,000 customers that used or were affiliated with the child pornography service.

This is while the FBI has refused to discuss the potentially controversial probe or the possible motives of its investigators for continuing to run the criminal operation.

“This remains an ongoing investigation, and local court rules and Department of Justice policy prohibit me from providing more information at this time,” said Sandy Breault, spokeswoman for the FBI Omaha Division.

The report further adds that a home in western Washington State has also been raided in connection to the case since the seizure of the pornographic website but no criminal charges have been filed against anyone yet.


Two FBI Agents Involved in Arrest of Boston Bombing Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s “FALL” Out of Helicopter and Die

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If you ever get recruited by the FBI, CIA or elite military .. don’t go. If you do go, don’t learn any secrets. If you accidentally learn a secret, run away. If you don’t run away, at least avoid helicopters.

These are the lessons we learn from the people who are mysteriously dying after participating in special, secret, suspicious-looking missions like killing Osama Bin Laden (most of those involved have mysteriously died in weird and suspious ways) and now, the arrest of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.


Two FBI Agents Involved in Arrest of Boston Bombing Suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s “FALL” Out of Helicopter and Die

Two members of the FBI’s elite counterterrorism unit died Friday while practicing how to quickly drop from a helicopter to a ship using a rope, the FBI announced Monday in a statement.The statement gave few details regarding the deaths of Special Agents Christopher Lorek and Stephen Shaw, other than to say the helicopter encountered unspecified difficulties and the agents fell a “significant distance.”Last month, the team was involved in the arrest of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings. And in February, it rescued a 5-year-old boy held hostage for six days in an underground bunker in Alabama.“Whenever things go really wrong, the FBI calls in the Hostage Rescue Team. It’s the government’s 911,” Coulson said.

Irvin Wells, a former FBI special agent who retired in 1990 after leading the Norfolk field office for three years, stressed that the Hostage Rescue Team is different from the FBI’s regular SWAT teams.

He noted that agents assigned to a field office’s SWAT team also must perform other jobs inside the bureau, while agents assigned to the Hostage Rescue Team have no other duties.

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FBI: Agents died in fall from helicopter off Virginia Coast

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As well as the obituary…

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Man Linked to Boston Bombing Suspect Confesses to Murder, Gets Shot by FBI

Dead men tell no tales
May 22, 2013

The man supposedly linked to deceased Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev allegedly confessed to being involved in the murder of three people just before he was shot to death today by the FBI, sources told NBC News.

general population doesn't know that it doesn't know“Sources say that what began as a drug ripoff ended in a triple homicide when Tsarnaev and friend Ibragim Todashev realized their victims would later be able to identify them,” reports NBC.

According to law enforcement, after confessing to the three unsolved 2011 murders, Todashev used a knife to attack an FBI agent in an apartment complex in Orlando, Florida, prompting the agent to shoot and kill him. He reportedly “became violent as he was about to sign a written statement based on his confession.”

Coincidentally, Todashev had told his friend, prior to being interrogated, he had a feeling he would be shot by the FBI.

“He felt inside he was going to get shot,” Todashev’s friend, Khusn Taramiv, said. “I told him, ‘Everything is going to be fine, don’t worry about it.’ He said, ‘I have a really bad feeling.’”

Last Thursday, it was reported Tamerlan’s brother Dzhokhar had also penned a confession to the Boston Marathon bombing on the interior of the boat he hid in.


The FBI can listen to everything you say, even when the cell phone is turned off.

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The FBI can listen to everything you say, even when the cell phone is turned off.

By Vic Walter And Krista Kjellman

Dec 5, 2006 3:38pm

Cell phone users, beware.  The FBI can listen to everything you say, even when the cell phone is turned off. A recent court ruling in a case against the Genovese crime family revealed that the FBI has the ability from a remote location to activate a cell phone and turn its microphone into a listening device that transmits to an FBI listening post, a method known as a “roving bug.”  Experts say the only way to defeat it is to remove the cell phone battery. “The FBI can access cell phones and modify them remotely without ever having to physically handle them,” James Atkinson, a counterintelligence security consultant, told ABC News.

“Any recently manufactured cell phone has a built-in tracking device, which can allow eavesdroppers to pinpoint someone’s location to within just a few feet,” he added. THE BLOTTER RECOMMENDS Federal Source to ABC News: We Know Who You’re Calling FBI Secret Probes: 3,501 Targets in the U.S. Click Here to Check Out the Latest Brian Ross Investigates Webcast on CIA Secret Prisons According to the recent court ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Lewis Kaplan, “The device functioned whether the phone was powered on or off, intercepting conversations within its range wherever it happened to be.”

The court ruling denied motions by 10 defendants to suppress the conversations obtained by “roving bugs” on the phones of John Ardito, a high-ranking member of the family, and Peter Peluso, an attorney and close associate of Ardito, who later cooperated with the government.  The “roving bugs” were approved by a judge after the more conventional bugs planted at specified locations were discovered by members of the crime family, who then started to conduct their business dealings in several additional locations, including more restaurants, cars, a doctor’s office and public streets. “The courts have given law enforcement a blank check for surveillance,” Richard Rehbock, attorney for defendant John Ardito, told ABC News. Judge Kaplan’s ruling said otherwise. “While a mobile device makes interception easier and less costly to accomplish than a stationary one, this does not mean that it implicated new or different privacy concerns.” He continued, “It simply dispenses with the need for repeated installations and surreptitious entries into buildings.

It does not invade zones of privacy that the government could not reach by more conventional means.” But Rehbock disagrees.  “Big Brother is upon us…1984 happened a long time ago,” he said, referring to the George Orwell futuristic novel “1984,” which described a society whose members were closely watched by those in power and was published in 1949. The FBI maintains the methods used in its investigation of the Genovese family are within the law.  “The FBI does not discuss sensitive surveillance techniques other than to emphasize that any electronic surveillance is done pursuant to a court order and ongoing judicial scrutiny,”  Agent Jim Margolin told ABC News.

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