Hurricane police call in FBI after ISIS flag is found flying at southern Utah high school


Police have enlisted the help of the FBI after an ISIS flag was found in place of an American flag on a Hurricane High School flagpole Thursday morning.

Following hours of investigation, including analysis by federal agents, Police have determined the flag swap was not executed by the infamous terrorist group.

“… based on information we received from the FBI we do not believe this act was perpetrated by someone linked to the Islamic State,” Hurricane police said in a news release…. more

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Nicolas Cruz On Youtube: “I’m Going to be a Professional School Shooter” FBI Was Warned


Back in September of 2016, the FBI was deeply involved in their illegal surveillance of Donald Trump during his campaign. That same month the owner of a Youtube channel alerted the FBI that a person named Nicolas Cruz posted this: “I’m going to be a professional school shooter.”

The owner of the Youtube channel, known as Ben the Bondsman, tells about this posting and how he immediately contacted his local FBI:

My heart breaks for the families who lost their loved ones. If the FBI had been doing what they are paid to do, and truly investigated Nicolas Cruz, perhaps the victims of this horrific shooting would still be with us today.

All the signs were there

It is coming out that this troubled teen was expelled from his school and was told that he was not allowed on the school property with a back pack. Sources are also saying that Cruz was an ISIS sympathizer; followed CAIR on his FB, and also proudly displayed pictures of his many guns on his FB page…. more

Evening Campaign Update: Devin Nunes Drops A Bomb


In case you missed it, House Intel Committee Chair Devin Nunes all but revealed the fact today that the FISA Abuse Memo states that the FBI did indeed use the fake Trump Dossier – a Dossier the FBI Director at the time, James Comey, testified to congress that he KNEW was fake – to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on the Trump Campaign (see the text below).

It continues to be rumored that memo details the fact that Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein also used that fake Dossier – that was paid for by the Clinton Campaign and the DNC – to have that FISA Warrant renewed after the 2016 election so that the FBI could continue to spy on the Trump transition team.

If all of that is true, then Rosenstein will without doubt be removed from his current job – either demoted or fired outright – and people will ultimately go to prison. The removal of Rosenstein could also potentially lead to the firing of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, if it is found that he has also violated the FISA process or other laws…. more

Why We Cannot Trust the FBI


The FBI is discounting ISIS’ claim that the Las Vegas attack was jihad. But is the FBI really trustworthy?

The Islamic State says Steven Paddock converted six months ago. He filmed himself killing; jihadis do that and post it online. The attack was meticulously planned, as jihad attacks are, and Paddock likely had an accomplice. Paddock made numerous trips to the Middle East. Over 200 of his foreign financial transactions were flagged for possible “covert terrorism financing.”

Contrary to the ignorant, misinformed and delusional talking heads in the media, ISIS does not take responsibility for events that are not theirs. This has led even the New York Times’ terrorism expert to give credence to ISIS’ claims. The Philippines attack at Resorts World Casino was theirs. And there again, ISIS’ initial claims of responsibility were dismissed.

The Los Angeles Times reported Saturday that “the FBI investigated the Orlando mass shooter for 10 months — and found nothing.”… read more

LEAKED TRUMP MEMO COULD BACKFIRE BIG-TIME ON FORMER FBI DIRECTOR


WASHINGTON – The leak of the infamous Comey memo to the press might severely boomerang on the former FBI director, according to legal experts.

Democrats are hoping newly appointed special prosecutor Robert Mueller will find President Trump committed obstruction of justice by allegedly telling former FBI Director James Comey to drop the investigation into former national security adviser Mike Flynn.

Those hopes are based on a New York Times report that Comey drafted a memo after a meeting with Trump in February that said the president had asked the director to “let this go,” in reference to the Flynn investigation.

Everything hangs on the accuracy of that account, but a number of factors put its credibility into question…. read more

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The FBI Can Engage In All Sorts Of Surveillance And Snooping Without Actually Placing Someone Under Investigation


It’s unclear how many Americans are under surveillance by the FBI. Not only would the agency be extremely unwilling to even provide a broad estimate, but the underlying basis for a preliminary investigation is so thin it could conceivably cover a majority of US residents.

A previously-classified document [pdf] obtained by The Intercept gives more insight into the FBI’s use of “assessments” — an investigation the agency doesn’t consider an investigation.

Assessments allow agents to look into tips or leads that don’t meet the standard for opening an investigation, which requires specific information or allegations of wrongdoing — an “articulable factual basis” for suspicion, as FBI rules put it. In an assessment, by contrast, an agent just needs to give an “authorized purpose” for their actions. Agents can open assessments “proactively,” in order to evaluate potential informants, collect intelligence about threats surrounding public events, study a field office’s geographical area, or gather information about a general phenomenon of interest to the bureau…. [read more]

LHWM Opinion: Do you find this unreal and hard to believe. They now have a TV show on CBS showing you just a tid bit of what they can do with technology. They are being bold and upfront about it so it becomes the new normal. This show is an eye opener!

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The FBI Is Apparently Paying Geek Squad Members To Dig Around In Computers For Evidence Of Criminal Activity


Law enforcement has a number of informants working for it and the companies that already pay their paychecks, like UPS, for example. It also has a number of government employees working for the TSA, keeping their eyes peeled for “suspicious” amounts of cash it can swoop in and seize. Unsurprisingly, the FBI also has a number of paid informants. Some of these informants apparently work at Best Buy — Geek Squad by day, government informants by… well, also by day.

According to court records, Geek Squad technician John “Trey” Westphal, an FBI informant, reported he accidentally located on Rettenmaier’s computer an image of… [read more]

FBI releases warrant it requested 10 days before presidential election


December 21, 2016, 9:07 AM (IDT)

The FBI on Tuesday released the warrant it requested 10 days before the presidential election that allowed it to check whether there was classified information in e-mails between presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her aide Huma Abedin on the computer of Anthony Weiner, Abedin’s estranged husband. The 21-page document, from which only the names of FBI agents were blacked out, showed that a representative of the FBI asked the court to allow the search out of concern that Weiner’s laptop computer might have contained thousands of classified e-mails that could have damaged national security. The computer, including a terabyte hard drive, was never approved for carrying, sending or receiving classified information. Investigators also searched for system files, logs, system codes, documents and database files on the computer. The unsealing of the warrant followed an appeal by an attorney from California and an order by a US district court…[full source]