posted on May, 7 2014 @ 01:07 PM
a reply to: benrl
The FBI has always been international…
Nice try. They have not "always been international". The FBI was originally formed to handle interstate crimes like kidnaping and bank robbery
across state lines
. Back then Jurisdictions ended at state boundaries and the agency had the mandate to pursue criminals wherever they went in
began to interface with international agencies like Interpol to hunt wanted criminals (from the US) if they tried to flea overseas.
Your claim concerned me because I am old enough to remember before 911. So I checked. From the horses mouth…
On October 26, 2001, President George W. Bush signed into law the U.S. Patriot Act, which granted new provisions to address the threat of
terrorism, and Director Mueller accordingly accepted on behalf of the Bureau responsibility for protecting the American people against future
terrorist attacks. On May 29, 2002, the attorney general issued revised investigative guidelines to assist the Bureau's counterterrorism efforts.
revised FBI mandate
Oh yah, the fake War on Terror. Not sure what that has to do with training Pakistani Police to shoot anyway.
Except in a wider involvement meddling in other countries affairs. That I get. Thanks for biting. I wanted to expose that and the disinformation about
whatever he was really doing there.
Like the CiA chiefs "secret visit" to Kiev, I like to keep others abreast of the lies whenever possible.
By the way that (international threats) job is supposedly under the auspices of the CIA but they aren't only just "gathering intelligence" either
these days are they?