Sunday, August 17, 2014
Ferguson Fiasco And Jesse Ventura's Warning
Former FBI Agent, Mike German, Warned of Future Ferguson Fiascos. Jesse Ventura Was Right!
by Seymour Dimley CPW News ServiceOn August 14, 2014 Jesse Ventura was exonerated in the libel suit created by American sniper, Chris Kyle, who claimed he had an altercation with Ventura in a San Diego bar. With the cloud removed from Ventura’s truth-telling, Americans are taking seriously the claims in one of Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory episodes of FEMA overreach made by former FBI agent, Mike German. While Kyle’s estate was ordered by a Federal Judge to pay $1.8 million dollars to Ventura, Mike German’s credibility, the FBI agent Ventura interviewed is also elevated in the wake of the Ferguson, Missouri police debacle.
German had said that terrorist groups were being manufactured by the U.S. intelligence community in the wake of 911 to tighten the control of the State over local autonomy. Military equipment given by the Defense Department to local police enforcement groups has hurried the police state and events in Missouri suggest that it, too, was a manufactured incident.On July 14, 2014, Republican Obama FBI appointee, James B. Comey, a former chief legal counsel for the largest defense contractor in the U.S., Lockheed Martin, appointed FBI Agent William P. Woods, as Agent-in-Charge of the St. Louis FBI office which took over in Ferguson, enforced a curfew on August 16th, to find seven shot and another killed by the morning hours of August 17th.
William P. Woods, is a name that would have Missourian’s attention for its similarity to William P. Wood, the notable head of the U.S. Secret Service and to William Woods College in Fulton, Missouri. "The appointment of William P. Woods and his photograph only weeks before the Ferguson case is suspect from the start," said Wiley Carter an impassioned Ferguson watcher from Kirkwood. "Especially when seen in conjunction with Mike German’s criticism of the FBI," Carter continued. "On the one hand it looks like a movement toward greater racial inclusion and diversity. On the other hand, the incident in Ferguson is a clear trampling on people's rights to peaceful protest and peaceful assembly and freedom of speech. Let this be a dire warning," said Carter.German told of how the new FBI Director, James Comey, ordered new FBI recruits to visit the Martin Luther King Memorial where they were to reflect on the FBI’s overreach during the Civil Rights Movement, an event which German and author Laura W. Murphy countered for the ACLU with “Comey’s Hollow MLK Guidance to FBI Agents. (Laura W. Murphy, “Comey’s Hollow MLK Guidance to FBI Agents,” ACLU online, 10/30/13, retrieved from https://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security-racial-justice/comeys-hollow-mlk-guidance-fbi-agents ). In the same program German outlined how the government was seeking information from civilians previously deemed off limits under the Constitution.