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Coast Guard Officer Arrested for Planning Domestic Terrorism
https://www.foxnews.com/us/coast-guard-l...rosecutors

TLDR: Coast Guard Officer arrested for threatening to take out the idiots in Washington (AOC, Bernie, Pelosi, Schumer, etc) and its automatically blamed on racist white men. CNN is having a field day on it.

This story stinks like the DC swamp. This guy is the perfect patsy for an anti-white false flag attack.

First off, if you've ever met a Coast Guard officer you were probably impressed. Everyone jokes the USCG is the "fifth branch" but commissioning as an officer in the USCG is the most difficult of all five to do. If he was a former marine and got in with the USCG he'd of been capable enough to do some damage before being caught.

Second off... a 49 year old LT? The max age to commission is 32. He spent 17 years in and only made it to O-2? Now I see he was a marine beforehand so maybe there was an age waiver... but this is very strange.

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The USCG requires the highest aptitude test scores of all service branches.
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(02-21-2019 02:55 PM)CaptainChardonnay Wrote:  The USCG requires the highest aptitude test scores of all service branches.

Why? What's the reasoning for this?

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Not sure, I was browsing wikipedia and came across it the other day. I should have said, USCG and USAF.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armed_Serv...de_Battery

An Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score is used to determine basic qualification for enlistment.

Quote:-The minimum score for enlistment varies according to branch of service and whether the enlistee has a high school diploma.

Minimum AFQT[4]
Tier I Tier II
Branch ≥ HS Diploma = GED
Army 31 50
Marines 32 50
Air Force 36 65
Navy 31 50
Coast Guard 36 50 with 15 college credits
*Army National Guard 50 50
*Air National Guard 50 50

Edit, I think I read the higher standard was because of the competitiveness for job positions in the USCG.
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(02-21-2019 04:14 PM)Handsome Creepy Eel Wrote:  
(02-21-2019 02:55 PM)CaptainChardonnay Wrote:  The USCG requires the highest aptitude test scores of all service branches.

Why? What's the reasoning for this?

The USCG is a chance to serve your country, reap the benefits of being in the military, and not die. And they're good at what they do. So naturally they attract intelligent candidates. The Army is accepting 100% of qualified officer candidates. The USCG accepts less than 1%.

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(02-21-2019 01:08 PM)RIslander Wrote:  https://www.foxnews.com/us/coast-guard-l...rosecutors

TLDR: Coast Guard Officer arrested for threatening to take out the idiots in Washington (AOC, Bernie, Pelosi, Schumer, etc) and its automatically blamed on racist white men. CNN is having a field day on it.

This story stinks like the DC swamp. This guy is the perfect patsy for an anti-white false flag attack.

First off, if you've ever met a Coast Guard officer you were probably impressed. Everyone jokes the USCG is the "fifth branch" but commissioning as an officer in the USCG is the most difficult of all five to do. If he was a former marine and got in with the USCG he'd of been capable enough to do some damage before being caught.

Second off... a 49 year old LT? The max age to commission is 32. He spent 17 years in and only made it to O-2? Now I see he was a marine beforehand so maybe there was an age waiver... but this is very strange.

Timing - they did this to counter the Smolett affair, which was blowing up and peaking with the latest revelations.

This guy is probably not a potential terrorist, just a hardcore right winger. They have his file ready to use in situations like these. Terrorism is mostly about the manipulation and control of the masses through psy ops, and this is just an example of this.

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(02-21-2019 05:18 PM)911 Wrote:  
(02-21-2019 01:08 PM)RIslander Wrote:  https://www.foxnews.com/us/coast-guard-l...rosecutors

TLDR: Coast Guard Officer arrested for threatening to take out the idiots in Washington (AOC, Bernie, Pelosi, Schumer, etc) and its automatically blamed on racist white men. CNN is having a field day on it.

This story stinks like the DC swamp. This guy is the perfect patsy for an anti-white false flag attack.

First off, if you've ever met a Coast Guard officer you were probably impressed. Everyone jokes the USCG is the "fifth branch" but commissioning as an officer in the USCG is the most difficult of all five to do. If he was a former marine and got in with the USCG he'd of been capable enough to do some damage before being caught.

Second off... a 49 year old LT? The max age to commission is 32. He spent 17 years in and only made it to O-2? Now I see he was a marine beforehand so maybe there was an age waiver... but this is very strange.

Timing - they did this to counter the Smolett affair, which was blowing up and peaking with the latest revelations.

This guy is probably not a potential terrorist, just a hardcore right winger. They have his file ready to use in situations like these. Terrorism is mostly about the manipulation and control of the masses through psy ops, and this is just an example of this.

Better than let him actually kill someone, but yeah they need to bury the Smollett story fast.

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RE: Coast Guard Officer Arrested for Planning Domestic Terrorism
This story is actually pretty scary. It seems like the entirety of this dude's crime is writing a draft email expressing a desire to kill a bunch of people. That's the furthest he ever went! It's literally the next thing to having a passing thought or saying something out loud to yourself. Now obviously the dude is an unstable dipshit but when hitting "save as draft" is enough to make you front page news and facing life in the federal slammer it's time to start getting worried.

Aside from that observation, the other takeaway lesson here is that every single word we type on a network enabled device is being processed by security-agency servers and compiled into a database. You don't even have to press send.
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(02-21-2019 05:18 PM)911 Wrote:  
(02-21-2019 01:08 PM)RIslander Wrote:  https://www.foxnews.com/us/coast-guard-l...rosecutors

TLDR: Coast Guard Officer arrested for threatening to take out the idiots in Washington (AOC, Bernie, Pelosi, Schumer, etc) and its automatically blamed on racist white men. CNN is having a field day on it.

This story stinks like the DC swamp. This guy is the perfect patsy for an anti-white false flag attack.

First off, if you've ever met a Coast Guard officer you were probably impressed. Everyone jokes the USCG is the "fifth branch" but commissioning as an officer in the USCG is the most difficult of all five to do. If he was a former marine and got in with the USCG he'd of been capable enough to do some damage before being caught.

Second off... a 49 year old LT? The max age to commission is 32. He spent 17 years in and only made it to O-2? Now I see he was a marine beforehand so maybe there was an age waiver... but this is very strange.

Timing - they did this to counter the Smolett affair, which was blowing up and peaking with the latest revelations.

This guy is probably not a potential terrorist, just a hardcore right winger. They have his file ready to use in situations like these. Terrorism is mostly about the manipulation and control of the masses through psy ops, and this is just an example of this.

They had him on the hook for a long time, with no apparent change or imminent threat. Guy was likely a "potential" terrorist (meaning he hadn't actually done anything) but the timing is definitely suspect.

His "arms cache" is smaller than a lot of local hobbyists.
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(02-21-2019 06:42 PM)Higgs Bosun Wrote:  This story is actually pretty scary. It seems like the entirety of this dude's crime is writing a draft email expressing a desire to kill a bunch of people. That's the furthest he ever went! It's literally the next thing to having a passing thought or saying something out loud to yourself. Now obviously the dude is an unstable dipshit but when hitting "save as draft" is enough to make you front page news and facing life in the federal slammer it's time to start getting worried.

Aside from that observation, the other takeaway lesson here is that every single word we type on a network enabled device is being processed by security-agency servers and compiled into a database. You don't even have to press send.

The steroid and painkiller charges were legit search warrant and arrest. The other stuff is for drama and may or may not stick. Hard to know from the facts we have now. The way they tried to paint his desire to defend his constitutionally elected government from overthrow as equivalent to his nutty stuff is sketchy as hell. "...against all enemies, foreign and domestic" was his oath of service.
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There are 100,000 candidates like this guy that can be trussed up and paraded in front of the public. Meanwhile Antifa commit actual violence and threaten bloody revolution via Twitter during their mag-dump sessions out in the desert and nobody in TRUMP'S administration gives a shit.

Stories like this are signals from the deep state that make it clear that old man Donald has been quarantined or co-opted.

Dudes are going away for life for storing an email while Hilllary has already been proven guilty of serious federal crime and she still skates to this day.

Take a moment to think of everything you've ever typed and then ask yourself "am I indisposable to the state?" We are not spectators in this game. We're just on the bench.

p.s. So called "right wing Fox" are linking this to the Scalise baseball shooting that despite ending in an actual attack was buried instantly.

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My understanding was that there was no "plan" or "threat" (as a verb) but rather a "hit list", some emails, a weapons/ammo cache, and drugs alleged to help him commit a terrorist act. There are some disturbing things about the whole case but whether he was a domestic terror threat (as a noun) seems far-fetched at this point.

As for why the Coast Guard would have higher standards than the military proper, my guess is that the nature of the work involves a lot more civilian encounters and social interactions. Consider that almost every police constable hired these days would be qualified to be an Army officer. There is also the simple question of supply and demand for the positions.
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1000 rounds of ammo is not that much.
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1000 rds of ammo is a decent day at the range.

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(02-21-2019 04:30 PM)CaptainChardonnay Wrote:  Not sure, I was browsing wikipedia and came across it the other day. I should have said, USCG and USAF.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armed_Serv...de_Battery

An Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score is used to determine basic qualification for enlistment.

Quote:-The minimum score for enlistment varies according to branch of service and whether the enlistee has a high school diploma.

Minimum AFQT[4]
Tier I Tier II
Branch ≥ HS Diploma = GED
Army 31 50
Marines 32 50
Air Force 36 65
Navy 31 50
Coast Guard 36 50 with 15 college credits
*Army National Guard 50 50
*Air National Guard 50 50

Edit, I think I read the higher standard was because of the competitiveness for job positions in the USCG.

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(02-22-2019 10:21 AM)Cr33pin Wrote:  
(02-21-2019 04:30 PM)CaptainChardonnay Wrote:  Not sure, I was browsing wikipedia and came across it the other day. I should have said, USCG and USAF.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armed_Serv...de_Battery

An Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score is used to determine basic qualification for enlistment.

Quote:-The minimum score for enlistment varies according to branch of service and whether the enlistee has a high school diploma.

Minimum AFQT[4]
Tier I Tier II
Branch ≥ HS Diploma = GED
Army 31 50
Marines 32 50
Air Force 36 65
Navy 31 50
Coast Guard 36 50 with 15 college credits
*Army National Guard 50 50
*Air National Guard 50 50

Edit, I think I read the higher standard was because of the competitiveness for job positions in the USCG.

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Many "right wing terror attacks" have no body counts and never occur. In Kansas the FBI set up these guys and got them recorded saying they wanted to attack somali immigrants they dumped here. It made national headlines as a "right wing terror attack". No plan, no attack, no deaths, wounds, attempts, anything. Just language now counts. Right.
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The Jussie Smollets starts redpilling people en masse and derailing the whole narrative, then this case from 2017 suddenly drops, R Kelly finally get's indicted, and an 8 month old prostitution case involving Patriots owner Robert Kraft suddenly hits the news. Seems convenient.

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(02-22-2019 10:21 AM)Cr33pin Wrote:  
(02-21-2019 04:30 PM)CaptainChardonnay Wrote:  Not sure, I was browsing wikipedia and came across it the other day. I should have said, USCG and USAF.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armed_Serv...de_Battery

An Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) score is used to determine basic qualification for enlistment.

Quote:-The minimum score for enlistment varies according to branch of service and whether the enlistee has a high school diploma.

Minimum AFQT[4]
Tier I Tier II
Branch ≥ HS Diploma = GED
Army 31 50
Marines 32 50
Air Force 36 65
Navy 31 50
Coast Guard 36 50 with 15 college credits
*Army National Guard 50 50
*Air National Guard 50 50

Edit, I think I read the higher standard was because of the competitiveness for job positions in the USCG.

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(02-21-2019 01:08 PM)RIslander Wrote:  Second off... a 49 year old LT? The max age to commission is 32. He spent 17 years in and only made it to O-2? Now I see he was a marine beforehand so maybe there was an age waiver... but this is very strange.

I was wondering about that too. Heavy.com said he was commissioned in 2012 - would have made him 42, which seems to be beyond all age limits for Coast Guard Officer Candidate School. Maybe he got some waiver.

He's O-3, though, and seems to have been promoted on time at 4 years' commissioned service.

The Navy has a "Limited Duty Officer" program for experienced enlisted to get a direct commission at an advanced age, but nothing I've seen says the CG has the same program.

He's fucked in the Coast Guard for the drugs, but any "terrorism" charges may get shot down based on the precedent of the "Cannibal Cop."

That was a NYPD officer who participated in weird cannibal message boards. He wrote about how he wanted to slow-grill his wife and eat her, and also a bunch of other people. He didn't do anything about it, though. His wife found out and turned him in. He was convicted and imprisoned but was released on appeal.

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Quote:This is a case about the line between fantasy and criminal intent. Although it is increasingly challenging to identify that line in the Internet age, it still exists and it must be rationally discernible in order to ensure that “a person's inclinations and fantasies are his own and beyond the reach of the government.” Jacobson v. United States, 503 U.S. 540, 551–52, 112 S.Ct. 1535, 118 L.Ed.2d 174 (1992). We are loathe to give the government the power to punish us for our thoughts and not our actions. Stanley v. Georgia, 394 U.S. 557, 565, 89 S.Ct. 1243, 22 L.Ed.2d 542 (1969). That includes the power to criminalize an individual's expression of sexual fantasies, no matter how perverse or disturbing. Fantasizing about committing a crime, even a crime of violence against a real person whom you know, is not a crime.

This does not mean that fantasies are harmless. To the contrary, fantasies of violence against women are both a symptom of and a contributor to a culture of exploitation, a massive social harm that demeans women. Yet we must not forget that in a free and functioning society, not every harm is meant to be addressed with the federal criminal law. Because “[t]he link between fantasy and intent is too tenuous for fantasy [alone] to be probative,” United States v. Curtin, 489 F.3d 935, 961 (9th Cir.2007) (en banc) (Kleinfeld, J., concurring), and because the remaining evidence is insufficient to prove the existence of an illegal agreement or Valle's specific intent to kidnap anyone, we affirm the district court's judgment of acquittal on the single count of conspiracy to kidnap.

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The question is whether his accumulation of guns and ammo were acts sufficient to prove his intent.
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Another issue of note with case. From the article in the OP:

Quote:"An active duty Coast Guard member stationed at Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, D.C., was arrested last week on illegal weapons and drug charges as a result of an ongoing investigation led by Coast Guard Investigation Services, in cooperation with the FBI and the Dept. of Justice," Coast Guard spokesman Lt. Cmdr. Scott McBride said in a statement. "Because this is an open investigation, the Coast Guard has no further details at this time."

You can bet your ass that they've used what's called parallel construction to get evidence on this guy.

As per an article that explains it:

Quote:DEA teaches agents to recreate evidence chains to hide methods

Trainers justify parallel construction on national security and PR grounds: “Americans don’t like it”

Written by Shawn Musgrave
Edited by Michael Morisy
Drug Enforcement Administration training documents released to MuckRock user C.J. Ciaramella show how the agency constructs two chains of evidence to hide surveillance programs from defense teams, prosecutors, and a public wary of domestic intelligence practices.

In training materials, the department even encourages a willful ignorance by field agents to minimize the risk of making intelligence practices public.

The DEA practices mirror a common dilemma among domestic law enforcement agencies: Analysts have access to unprecedented streams of classified information that might prove useful to investigators, but entering classified evidence in court risks disclosing those sensitive surveillance methods to the world, which could either end up halting the program due to public outcry or undermining their usefulness through greater awareness.

The simplest way to explain how this works is, for example, the DEA uses hacks to comb through a suspect's phone after (maybe) getting a secret warrant. They find out that the suspect has just picked up a large quantity of product but they don't want to have to enter the phone stuff into evidence because that will tip other dealers off not to use their phones anymore.

So they call the local yokels in the Sherriff's department and say "swing by 123 Smith St and see if you notice anything suspicious". The local yokels claim to smell marijuana, get a warrant on the spot and raid the house. They get the distributor and the drugs without the DEA having to tip their hand on the secret phone tap warrants.

Where this is going now, as I suspect is the case in this instance, the CIA or one of the other deeps state intelligence agencies is given an order by their handlers to find a patriotic nationalist that can be turned into a villain for psyop purposes. It's not hard. They already have a long list of potential targets rated on a laundry list of qualifiers so all they have to do at this point is type in keywords to get a shortlist. They pull a dozen candidates then drag their digital life out to make sure they have evidence of a conspiracy. They pick the three best candidates then dump a 5 man team on each to trawl through their life an find several minor infractions that can be used as grounds for an initial arrest and search of the premises. From there all they need to do is contact a sympathetic ladder climber in the appropriate department and organise a local investigation beginning with something as trivial as "suspicious behavior".

From the Fox article. Remember we're talking about one of the most highly driven individuals in the public service who was so organised he had a spreadsheet of targets:

Quote:...arrested last week on weapons and drug charges...

Quote:...as a result of an ongoing investigation led by Coast Guard Investigation Services, in cooperation with the FBI and the Dept. of Justice,"...

What's worse is that a lot of guys in different countries think they're safer when it's often the opposite. These three letter agencies are actually less constricted in abusing the rights of foreign nationals than they are their own. So that same handler in the CIA can brazenly and without hesitation call your local police department, for example, and offer to give Detective Plod information that will lead to a big drug bust on the proviso that he also wanders by your house one day, "hears the sounds of a struggle" and kicks the door in to find "it was just the TV", but lo and behold you're violating state and federal laws by using energy in-efficient lightbulbs. One search warrant later and they will find something, and if there's nothing to find then you can be sure the CIA will be happy to dump something in an obscure location in your windows files that will be good enough to put you away for a few years at least.

This way of doing business is already a reality but most people don't want to wake up to it until it's at their doorstep.

Do your best to keep your shit 100% legal or 100% off grid.

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(02-21-2019 05:18 PM)RIslander Wrote:  The Army is accepting 100% of qualified officer candidates. The USCG accepts less than 1%.

Where on earth did you get such fictional information?!

(02-22-2019 12:12 AM)66Scorpio Wrote:  Consider that almost every police constable hired these days would be qualified to be an Army officer. There is also the simple question of supply and demand for the positions.

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Complete nonsense.
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(02-22-2019 05:11 PM)Caractacus Potts Wrote:  Sooo, you were a wing-wiper?

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(02-23-2019 08:47 AM)JWLZG Wrote:  
(02-21-2019 05:18 PM)RIslander Wrote:  The Army is accepting 100% of qualified officer candidates. The USCG accepts less than 1%.

Where on earth did you get such fictional information?!

(02-22-2019 12:12 AM)66Scorpio Wrote:  Consider that almost every police constable hired these days would be qualified to be an Army officer. There is also the simple question of supply and demand for the positions.

Laugh3

Complete nonsense.

My buddy is an E-7 Army Recruiter. If you have a degree, can pass the PFT and medical, with no criminal history and not be an idiot or asshole at the OCS board... you're in. According to him at least.

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