Marine Links Petraeus Resignation to BAE Bribe & Hack and the Benghazi Snuff-Film Rape
United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the recent resignation of CIA director, General David Petraeus, to the decades-old bribery and hacking activities of BAE which allegedly allowed its clients to share live-broadcast images of the snuff-film rape in a Benghazi hospital on 9/11 2012 of Obama’s ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens.
“Petraeus Gagged? ‘Scandal timing may mean political cover-up’”
“Aljazeera [the Qatar based propaganda front for the BBC World Service and its virtual pedophile matrix] on Britain’s dropping of BAE Systems fraud inquiry”
“Drone Filmed Benghazi Rape of Christopher Stevens – Live Stream Direct to Obama’s Office”
“Petraeus, Clapper and Timing
November 11, 2012 | Filed under CIA | Posted by Lady Liberty
Does anyone else find it a bit weird Clapper urged him to resign but yet ‘official sources’ are saying there was no evidence of blackmail or related vulnerability?
Clapper still has to testify and apparently, so will Petraeus if we go by Rep. Gowdy’s statements. So, why urge him to resign? Clinton went through an impeachment and didn’t resign. There has to be more to it.
Reuters via Yahoo:
Director Clapper, as a friend and a colleague and a fellow general officer, advised Director Petraeus that he should do the right thing and he should step down,” the official said.
Clapper is a retired Air Force lieutenant general; Petraeus served nearly four decades in the U.S. Army.
On Wednesday, Clapper notified the National Security Council at the White House that Petraeus was considering resigning and President Barack Obama should be informed, the official said.
U.S. law enforcement and intelligence officials agreed to discuss the Petraeus matter only on condition of anonymity because of the issue’s sensitivity and because it is the subject of a law enforcement investigation.
Once Petraeus’ name turned up in the investigation, the importance of the FBI inquiry was immediately escalated, as investigators became concerned the CIA chief somehow might have been compromised, the law enforcement official said.
However, the official and two sources briefed on the matter said no evidence has turned up suggesting Petraeus had become vulnerable to espionage or blackmail.At this point, it appears unlikely that anyone will be charged with a crime as a result of the investigation, the official said.
There seems to be a lot of concern and stressing that the White House had no knowledge of this investigation. I don’t know if I buy that.
There is no evidence at this time that anyone at the White House had knowledge of the situation involving Petraeus prior to the U.S. presidential election on Tuesday, which saw Obama elected to a second four-year term.
The FBI was conducting an investigation regarding the CIA on one of the most well-known and visible former Military we have and NO ONE ELSE KNEW? You’re kidding me, right? This bit about no one knowing contradicts a post over at Ace:
FBI Agents “Outraged” That Compromised CIA Director Was Left In Place For Months, To Avoid Political Problems
Still, the White House, with concurrence by the FBI and Justice Department[go figure on that– ace], held off on asking for Petraeus’ resignation until after the election. His resignation occurred three days after the election, avoiding the possibility that Obama’s ill-fated appointment of Petraeus could become an issue in the election. FBI agents on the case were aware that such a decision had been made to hold off on forcing him out until after the election and were outraged.
“The decision was made to delay the resignation apparently to avoid potential embarrassment to the president before the election,” an FBI source says. “To leave him in such a sensitive position where he was vulnerable to potential blackmail for months compromised our security and is inexcusable.”
“[Spoliation inference that Clapper helped BAE Detica to bribe and hack its way into the Federal Bridge Certification Authority C4ISR systems operated by Cardillo and thereby allowed BAE to transmit Benghazi snuff-film rape scene images to a terrified Petraeus to trigger his resignation and thereby protect the White House incumbent and his Paperclip pedophile network] Director Clapper has announced a new position at the DNI, which will serve to integrate the former posts of Deputy Director for Analysis and Deputy Director for Collections, now called the deputy director for intelligence integration. Mr. Robert Cardillo, the deputy director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, was tapped as the first person to fill this new post …. Robert Cardillo was selected by Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to serve as the first Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Intelligence Integration. Although the full job description has yet to be ironed out, Clapper said in a statement that the position would “elevate information sharing and collaboration” between those who collect intelligence and those who analyze it. Mr. Cardillo previously served as Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). Prior to that, he served as the Deputy Director for Analysis, DIA, and Director, Analysis and Production, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). Early life, education, and family Mr. Cardillo earned a Bachelor of Arts in Government from Cornell University in 1983 and a Master of Arts in National Security Studies from Georgetown University in 1988. He is an alumnus of the Council for Excellence in Government, the Joint Chiefs of Staff Capstone Course, and Harvard University‘s Program for Senior Managers in Government. Mr. Cardillo is the recipient of the Presidential Rank of Distinguished Executive, Presidential Rank of Meritorious Executive,Vice President’s Hammer Award [with Kristine Marcy for ], the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joint Meritorious Civilian Service Award, DIA’s Analyst of the Year, Director DIA’s Intelligence Award, and NGA’s Distinguished Civilian Service Award. Intelligence career Mr. Cardillo began his career with DIA in 1983 as an imagery analyst. In May 2000 he was selected to the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service. Throughout his career, he has served in a variety of leadership positions within the Intelligence Community. In the summer of 2009, Mr. Cardillo served as the Acting J2, a first for a civilian, in support of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.”
Years of bribery investigations into BAE Systems by the Serious Fraud Office were brought to a close today, when the company was fined after pleading guilty to failing to keep proper accounting records in Tanzania. Here is a timeline of investigations of the defence company:
A Eurofighter Typhoon. Britain’s Armed Forces played a vital role in Libya Photo: PA
1985: Britain signs the Al Yamamah arms-for-oil deal with deal with Saudi Arabia, the biggest export contract in UK history. The agreement was government to government, but BAE Systems (then British Aerospace) was the prime contractor because the deal included the sale of 120 Tornado fighter jets, Hawk trainer planes and other defence kit.
More to follow.