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Richard Clarke: Hastings Accident "CONSISTENT with A Car Cyber Attack"

Richard Clarke: Hastings Accident "CONSISTENT with A Car Cyber Attack"

“Intelligence agencies… know how to remotely seize control of a car.”
Kurt Nimmo

June 24, 2013

Former U.S. National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counter-terrorism Richard Clarke told The Huffington Post on Monday that the fatal crash of journalist Michael Hastings’ Mercedes C250 coupe last week is “consistent with a car cyber attack.”

“There is reason to believe that intelligence agencies for major powers” — including the United States — know how to remotely seize control of a car,” Clarke said.

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Boom... bingo! The missing link of course was...

...until you brought up the remote control, it remained a needed part of Michael Hastings’ Mercedes C250 coupe 'disappearance event'!

The only clip of the car prior to the 'collision' flies by so fast it could be any photo-shopped or captured car, even one sans it's driver!

On the other hand, putting out clips of flash views, then blowing up the car at the tree, is the perfect way to ...

Like he said, he needed to 'drop out of sight for a while'.

Well, he did!

Don't buy Mercedes till this

Don't buy Mercedes till this problem is fixed.

ANYTHING can be remotely controlled - so simple

All you need is to either install the receiver in the car (old method) or use the car's own On Star type monitoring system. Just look at ALL the towers along ALL the freeways! We are save nowhere!

Friend of mine could use ONE remote control, to blow horn, turn on windshield wipers, lock/unlock doors, windows up and down, and obviously start the vehicle. AND he bought the remote at a TOY STORE on sale because the 'remote controlled toy' wouldn't work!

He also hooked up a farm tractor, at our fairgrounds, and could stand back, out of sight, and turn on the headlights, turn on the 'back up' beep beep sound - we had so much fun when people would walk by that tractor or 'touch' it...

Especially the newer cars with steer by wire

No more steering wheel connected to the steering box. Just a sensor to tell the computer what direction and how much.

Pre- 1974 fords are the best, can't be f'd with,

not too easily anyway! Drone attacks a different story!

"It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere".

It's hard not to be a menace to society when half the population is happy on their knees. - unknown

Always The Wiseguy Aye

Thanks for posting Michael

Thanks to you emalvini. I'm

Thanks to you emalvini.

I'm keeping my 2001 Blazer 4wd I bought new. I made sure it didn't have OnStar when I bought it. I did a lot of mechanical work to it recently to make it run like new again. Parts were pretty cheep.

I Drive a 2000 Ford Explorer Limited.. Bought It Used In 2006..

Still runs great. Never had a bite of trouble with it..No On-Star either..

Love it!

Sorry, No Pun Intended...