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Judge Napolitano 'What Were FBI Agents Doing Monitoring David Petraeus' Private Emails'

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CONFIRMED: US Was Holding Prisoners at Benghazi Annex (Video)

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Jennifer Griffin at FOX News today confirmed that the US was holding prisoners at the Benghazi annex near the consulate compound. US agents handed three prisoners over to Libyan authorities on their way out of the city on September 12. The prisoners may have been held in the compound for several days.

Paula Broadwell leaked information on the US annex prisoners in a speech she gave at Denver University in October.

RP R3VOLution

What a short memory we all have

The FBI installed Carnivore over a decade ago. Is anyone really surprised by this?

And we are on the brink of

And we are on the brink of true computer artificial intelligence. That is to say, the most costly versions of it may already exist somewhere, because the version that will eventually be affordable to consumers (equivalent in price to today's desktop computers) will be here by 2045 or earlier. We are already seeing some of this "trickle-down" development reaching consumers in the form of voice recognition, instantaneous translation, computer vision/recognition and improved search.

Higher grade versions of these technologies may be used for pattern recognition and e-mail scanning to catch "bad people" (LOL)...

Here's one theory :

Obama Topples Top Coup Leader After Washington Gunbattle

The Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) is reporting today that President Barack Obama has accelerated the purge of US Military officers involved in a coup against his regime by the “firing in disgrace” of former Four-Star Army General and current Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) David Petraeus [photo 2nd left] yesterday.

According to this report, after his refusal to meet at the White House with Obama this past week, US Federal Forces loyal to the President stopped General Petraeus’ vehicle in DuPont Circle in Washington D.C. yesterday (Friday) morning whereupon a short gun battle ensued (Washington D.C. police are reporting this incident as an attempted robbery). General Petraeus was, then, apprehended, brought before Obama and forced to resign in disgrace over his supposedly admitting to an extramarital affair.

General Petraeus’s toppling follows similar attacks by the Obama regime in the past 3 weeks that has seen the unprecedented ouster of many top US Military leaders including Rear Admiral Charles M. Gaouette, US Army General Carter Ham, Brigadier General Jeffery A. Sinclair, and US Navy Commander Joseph E. Darlak, all of whom we had previously reported on in our reports “Obama Coup Plot Slams Into Russia” and “Obama Fires Top Admiral As Coup Plot Fears Grows.”

GRU analysts in this report say that Obama’s moves against his rebellious military most closely resembles those actions taken by President Franklin Roosevelt in 1933 against those involved in what is now referred to as “The Business Plot” engineered by wealthy American businessmen who were plotting to create a fascist veterans' organization and use it in a coup d'état to overthrow the US government.

Under great pressure to jail and charge with treason many top US Military officers after the failed 1933 coup attempt, this report says, Roosevelt, instead, opted to simply oust those Generals and other high-ranking officers in order to spare his country the turmoil such a revelation would cause among the American people.

Most ominous, however, in this report is it, likewise, comparing Obama’s ouster of General Petraeus to the 1961 firing of CIA Director Allen Dulles (1893-1969) by President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963). Though never proven, it is believed by many that Dulles ordered the assassination of Kennedy after a cryptic assassination directive was found in a leaked document in 2009, and in what can only be termed as ironic, Dulles was a central member of the Warren Commission investigation into Kennedy’s assassination that blamed this shocking murder on a “lone gunman.”

Unbeknownst to General Petraeus, or the other coup-plotters, this report continues, Obama had ordered the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to begin conducting covert human and electronic surveillance against hundreds of US Military officers when this coup plot was discovered.

The coups “master plan”, this GRU report says, was for US Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney to be assassinated just prior to the 6 November election whereupon General Petraeus would become the Republican candidate under their party’s rules allowing him to be put into Romney’s place by a majority of State Representatives as allowed under RNC party rules.

If such a scenario were allowed to occur, this report continues, General Petraeus would have most certainly became the next President of The United States due to his unprecedented popularity with the American people.

Important to note is that the only US mainstream media outlet attempting to report on this coup attempt was the magazine GQ, who in an article this past week, written by Marc Ambinder, detailed the massive security forces ordered by Obama to be put around both himself and Romney during the final weeks of the election and the many assassination attempts that were, likewise, foiled.

Unfortunately for Ambinder, however, are the many attacks he is currently undergoing for his daring to “lift the lid” on these coup plots and the pressure he’s under to release the sources for his information. In a response to these attacks against him via Twitter about his sources Ambinder cryptically stated, “There was that guy who shot at the White House from across the ellipse, and then the soldiers arrested for plotting the assassination of the president and others.”

This GRU report further states that Obama had his “hand forced” this week when General Petraeus ordered the CIA to begin releasing information damaging to his regime, including a timeline on the Benghazi Libya attack that conflicted with the White House, and previously kept secret information on an American drone fired upon by Iran in the week prior to the election.

Should the true stories about either, or both, of these events been made known to the American people prior to the election, this report says, Obama could have been defeated. However, due to the complicity of the propaganda US media the full facts regarding them have yet to become fully known.

General Petraeus’s main downfall, this report says, was due to emails obtained by the FBI written by his loyal confidant and biographer Paula Broadwell [photo 2nd left] detailing “critical elements” of this coup-plot.

Most important to note about the FBI’s obtaining of these emails, however, was that they were not recovered from Broadwell, but were, instead, obtained from the Russian Defense Ministry, and as we had previously reported on, and led to President Putin’s firing of Defense Minster Anatoly Serdyukov this past week.

To the most important context surrounding this historic battle between an American President and the US Military we had previously detailed in our 22 July report titled “Obama Plan To Shatter “Permanent War Economy” Panics Global Elites”, and which the first move to do so was made by Obama within hours of his winning his reelection when he notified the United Nations that The United States would now back an international treaty to regulate the $70 billion global conventional arms trade.

As Obama has now become only the second US President in over half a century, since Kennedy, to battle against the American Military-Industrial-Complex, the outcome is far from certain, this GRU report conclusion warns, as the US Military and their defense allies show no signs of surrendering.

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Ron Swanson

And the answer is...

They're monitoring EVERYONE'S private e-mails.

FBI and CIA Agents Have No Privacy

I believe they sign these rights away, voluntarily, when they enlist.

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Debbie

Hey Judge

They have all yours and mine too in the new facility in Utah. as well as this message. Don't forget they are recording all our cell phone conversations as well. Just in case they need more evidence when it is time to arrest you.

amen free speech

google and facebook are nothing more than data mines for the fascist and I'll guess they make huge bucks selling this data to the highest bidder -usually the gov

-Google is valued north of 200 billion and Facebook at 43 billion -no way they sell enough advertizing to warrant these type of valuations..

Government is supposed to protect our freedom, our property, our privacy, not invade it. Ron Paul 2007

One word judge

GOOGLE

They handed those emails.without any resistance. more of a reason to delete.gmail account.

His name is Edward Snowden

What is Capitalism?
http://youtu.be/yNF09pUPypw

everytime i see sheps face, it makes me laugh

Sorry to be negative, but his botox and make up just looks so terrible. For some reason that is funny to me.

I always look at him ...

I always look at him and remember when he made his infamous slip up on his "curb job" comment. It still make me laugh!

RickStone

My opinion

My opinion is, this is closely tied to Benghazi. I think things in Benghazi were not supposed to happen how they did, and it scared the daylight out of everyone so close to the election. This is a pardon to the general and not punishment. They obviously don't want him to testify for whatever it is that he knows. They don't want him coming down hard, so they pulled this cheesy stunt to let him slip under the rug. It's a win-win for everyone. The truth gets hidden and now they can stonewall the investigation and everyone can just have a nice party to celebrate yet another successful cover up.

buried in the middle of a WJ article - Explosive!

Is Rendition and Enhanced interrogation going on here?

"In a separate twist in the tangled matter of Mr. Petraeus's resignation, the CIA disputed a theory advanced by Ms. Broadwell that insurgents may have attacked the U.S. consulate and a CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11 in a bid to free militants being held there by the agency. Ms. Broadwell suggested that rationale for the consulate attack in an address at the University of Denver on Oct. 26.

"I don't know if a lot of you had heard this, but the CIA annex had actually taken a couple of Libyan militia members prisoner and they think the attack on the consulate was an attempt to get these prisoners back," she said then. "It's still being vetted."

A CIA spokesman said there were no militant prisoners there, noting that President Barack Obama ended CIA authority to hold detainees in 2009. "Any suggestion that the agency is still in the detention business is uninformed and baseless," said the spokesperson.

Some critics pointed to Ms. Broadwell's remarks in Denver as an indication that she may have been passing on classified information, leading to speculation that Mr. Petraeus may have been the source. Based on descriptions by U.S. officials, the romantic relationship had ended by then.

In addition, the source of her comment may not have been intelligence information, but news reports. Earlier in her address, she cited findings of a report that day by Fox News. Immediately after, she mentioned the possibility that the CIA had held militants at the site, which the Fox report also mentioned.

RP R3VOLution

Notice that there is no more Benghazi in this story?

It's convenient that Benghazi is no longer part of the story. Now it is just an exercise in pure soap opera gossip. A fishing expedition with no specific crimes, no probable cause, and no warrants. They are just reading everyone's e-mail to see who flirted with who, and following the connections till they exhaust the six degrees of separation and go in a full circle. Such a worthwhile use of taxpayer money, and of such importance that the Bill of Rights needs to be thrown out the window. Brilliant!

double post

oops

Weird statement by Huntsman: "If Bush would have been...

...successful with immigration reform, Romney would be president today."

HUH?

This guy is all over the board.

He has no clue about what Dr. Paul stands for.

Just another party hack - although slightly better than Romney.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

Who cares how many girlfriends he has?

Who cares if he has a harem full of she-male/ Elvis impersonators? Why is this the FBI's business?
Truth is, it's not... all this is BS. We will never really know the truth.
Thanks Judge. Seeing you makes me miss Freedom Watch!

A harem full of she-male

A harem full of she-male Elvis impersonators is the one thing that might be wilder than this...

http://images.sodahead.com/profiles/0/0/1/1/9/8/7/6/6/party-...

Resist the temptation to feed the trolls.

Nice 1

Looks like a great night that suddenly turned into a weird kinda day. I am trying to say I have not seen worse, but I grew up going out in places like Hollywood, TJ and the "Doesn't get any weirder than this" San Fernando Valley lol

LOL, I hear you!

LOL, I hear you!

Resist the temptation to feed the trolls.

it does matter

I'm not saying any of this story is true... but having an affair matters when you are in a position of power, because of the possibility of blackmail and the breach of national security.

its why those SS Agents obsession with foreign call-girls was dangerous, and it definetely applies to the head of the CIA.

Nice Police State comment...

"They" all do it. Don't kid yourself. Besides, looks to me like the only blackmail going on is from the white house.

A harem full of she-male/ Elvis impersonators?

LOL! That just burned an image in my mind that I can't shake off.

Resist the temptation to feed the trolls.

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In a way, I'm glad that there are TWO competing spy-masters,

IF they can keep THE OTHER one from gaining an absolute, omnipotent, almighty POWER, even exceeding that of the president (who already has an excessive tyrannical over-reaching power beyond the confines of the Constitution.)

i think the FBI knows the CIA

i think the FBI knows the CIA is corrupt and is digging up dirt on their #1 man. Not that both don't have their fair share of issues but at least the FBI started off as a good organization to fight crime back in the day. The CIA was just rotten from the start.

To me it seems like it is

To me it seems like it is just a way to solidify power at the top. Both agencies work for the executive branch. And they wouldn't do something like this with out permission. I mean come on what FBI guy would spy on the CIA director with out the go ahead. I can tell you that people that work in the government are concerned about keeping their sweet do nothing jobs.

Now this is speculation on my part. Say you were the President and you had one agency and the head of that agency did some J edgar stuff on you. You would have to worry about keeping absolute power. Now you have multiple agencies spying on each other and reporting to you directly. Then you know all that is going on and can even blackmail people or disenfranchise them before they even come out publicly.

This whole situation is

This whole situation is incredibly ironic. Imagine that, the FBI sticking it to the chief of drones, albeit to probably cover some dirt up on behalf of the Obama administration.

Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.

The message I get from this

We spy on everyone and YOU are not above General Petraeus, so don't even think about protesting.

I Think There's A Lot More To This Gen. Petraeus' Scandal,

Than the controlled media is allowed to report,,,National security, dontcha know.

beesting