While Science Logic COO, Don Pyle and five of his family are still
, we may presume all
have been tragically killed in the horrifying fast-moving fire that consumed his Annapolis, MD mansion. Several reports indicate that friends and
family believe they were in the house at the time of the fire.
The four-alarm fire rapidly consumed the 16,000 square foot home, and
required 85 firefighters
to bring under
control. Despite a rapid response, thanks to a home alarm system, arriving firefighters found the massive home
, and rescue attempts had to pull back due to heavy
structural damage. Just minutes after the 3:30 AM security system alarm, neighbors described the fire as "like an inferno," with flames that "seemed
to shoot straight up."
While officials do not currently suspect
, 15-20 ATF agents are
being brought in to aid in the investigation, and the property is currently classified as a crime scene. All that remains are steel beams and masonry
On the surface, one would typically feel sorrow for the family and friends of those who lost their lives in this clearly devastatingly inescapable
fire. However, my cherished readers, the thinking conspiracist might see more to this story. Even more so, given the information I'm about to
Some of my fellow esteemed ATS members may recall that I maintain contacts within various levels throughout government, as well as the private
industries that liaise with government agencies. One such contact, who is involved with "cyber security" consulting for sensitive agencies reached out
to me, briefly, yesterday. My source intimated that several senior people involved in similar security consulting positions are, "freaked out" (their
words), over what some are calling the murder of Don Pyle.
is no ordinary technology executive. Just three months ago, he accepted a position
at Science Logic
COO and Board Member
Pyle's initial areas of focus were to shepherd Science Logic's ongoing global expansion, as well as lead the sales and marketing efforts.
For those who may be somewhat unfamiliar with corporate structure, it's typically the task of the COO (Chief Operating Officer) to implement product
and growth strategies as defined by the CEO (Chief Executive Officer). So Mr. Pyle's responsibilities as spelled out in the press release are quite
typical. However, in technology companies, it's common for the COO to be intimately versed in the operation and design specifics of the company's
intellectual property and trade secret software -- in addition to functional and operational specifics of major clients, such as the Department of
You see, Science Logic is The only IT Monitoring company on the U.S. Department of
Defense Unified Capability Approved Products List
With sorrowful deference to Mr. Pyle, his family, and loved ones; this conspiracist sees three alarming aspects to this tragic event.
1 -- Fresh Eyes:
Mr. Pyle, being the experienced senior executive that he is, most certainly would have fully emersed himself in the company's
technologies and customers. With the fresh eyes of a clearly intelligent and detail oriented "outsider," the probability that he may have discovered
"that which aught not be discovered," is rather high.
2 -- Rapid Fire:
The reports of the rapid and violent nature of the fire would cause any observer to consider an accelerant of some type.
Especially when considering the eye witness reports, and that of firefighters.
3 -- ATF Involvement:
It is known to many that the CIA, NSA, and DIA have agents embedded in the ATF and FBI. Involvement of up to 20 ATF
agents in the investigation of a fire at a private home is astonishing.
Special Agent William McMullan
will oversee the investigation into the potential use of accelerants.
While I'm not often given to speculation; given the meteoric acceleration of international cyber warfare, and Science Logic's firm position on the
front lines, one is left to consider the possibility of a deeper story here. One that involves murder by parties as yet unknown.
Admired co-conspirators of ATS, do you see the same alarming aspects of this tragedy as do I?
edit on 21-1-2015 by mister.old.school because: (no reason given)