Stolen Valor Vultures Murder Veterans – Not Just Reputations
By Frank W. Dux
On May 1, 2006 a formal investigation was launched in response to two veterans who filed a formal complaint with the Veteran’s Administration Inspector General Office, claiming Stolen Valor bloggers had accessed and made use of their records to accuse them of committing stolen valor and making fraudulent disability claims.
Two days later, the investigation terminated with the Department of Veterans Affairs announcing, “they had lost a computer containing personal information on 26.5 million veterans including Social Security numbers.”
Allegations were leveled that this announcement was part of the ongoing obstruction of justice taking place, committed by the Executive Branch in its improper shielding the military or federal employees or an illicit operation from discovery and prosecution of civil rights violations.
This is not unfounded, nor far-fetched. The concern is based on the historical precedent of how FBI Director Mark Felp aka Deep Throat was convicted of directing FBI agents to violate civil rights of people, as well the conviction of obstruction of justice of FBI Agent, John Connolly.
Connolly shielded James Joseph “Whitey” Bulger Jr, an Irish American organized crime boss of the Winter Hill Gang in Boston, Massachusetts, in exchange for his providing information about the inner workings of the rival Italian-American Patriarca crime family, Bolger’s competition.
Compounding the problem for the Feds is the fact some of their Stolen Valor Vulture friends in their liquored-up hubris boast of obstruction of justice as being some kind of seal of approval. They explain how the Feds maintain plausible deniability in their performing Black Bag jobs, such as planting evidence or misinformation in the furtherance of the Pentagon’s focus on social media and online perception of its image.
The practice of “black bag jobs” began with the FBI in 1942 and was declared unconstitutional by US Supreme Court on June 19, 1972, in the Plamondo case, United Sates vs. United States District Court 407 U.S. 297.
Nonetheless, the FBI still carries out “black bag” operations where the covert target of the investigation is not informed that the search took place. If the investigation involves a criminal matter a judicial warrant is required and in national security cases, the operation must be approved by the FISA Court.
Intelligence and law enforcement agencies have a long history of circumventing this law and policy through the use of “assets” – human resources that are “turned” and work on the behalf of “handlers”.
The employing of “off the books” non-attributable, former military contractor or intelligence personal are more commonly referred to as “cut outs.”
Assets and cut outs are in theory both non-attributable. But in practical matters serve as proxy agents furthering the hidden agenda of the intelligence, military, law enforcement, and sometimes even a political party – like the Democratic National Committee
I believe Christopher Steele, a former head of the Russia Desk for British intelligence (MI6), is the hired “cut out” who manufactured The Trump–Russia dossier in The Deep State frame and attempted derailment of President Trump by members of the Department of Justice and Intelligence Community, that perpetrated a fraud in FISA Courts and attempted to derail the election process of the presidency of the USA.
You cannot trust the Intelligence Community – even when they say they are lying – they are probably lying.