posted on Sep, 7 2009 @ 02:43 PM
reply to post by JayinAR
I do see it. I have two HomeSec employees living within three houses of me and none of them has so much as packed their toothbrushes. A good way to
test this theory is to look at the vehicle they were driving. If it belonged to one of them, personally, I'd be a little worried. You can tell by
the liscense plate. It will say GOVERNMENT on it. If that isn't enough, look at the registration and inspection stickers. One will be missing.
As far as the OP goes, there's not enough information and nothing since to back it up. He said what he said and that was it, to be misconstrued as
we saw fit. I applaud you if you were truly terrified/inspired/motivated by the OP and encourage you to leave the life you know and move out to the
boonies away from civilization, companionship, and opportunity in the even that "A guy told a guy" is true.
Keep in mind that this Captain spread info that isn't apparently general information. That brings up two questions: 1. Can you really trust a man
who can't even do his job and keep his mouth shut? 2. Why would a Captain be given sensitive information to disburse at random? Not saying
'don't trust him he's only a Captain', but his pay-grade is low enough that access to end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it knowledge would be pretty
damned limited. Second, he's National Guard, not Active Duty. I'd trust the Coast Guard insider quicker. We don't know this man's history, his
record, his psychological profile, his motivations, his current emotional status, we have NO IDEA if he completely blew an innocent comment out of
proportion. Which is likely.
But the CIA to Denver thing... I didn't know that until this thread so SOMETHING good came of it. Researching THAT now.