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Census worker hanged with 'Fed" on his body

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posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 01:02 PM
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reply to post by DYepes
 


are you serious?
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posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 01:10 PM
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I agree. He was probably killed for just being an employee of the "government" and some yahoo didn't like it. There are psychopaths who'll lash out against anything and anyone that smacks of "government".



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 01:20 PM
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After reading this thread and thinking about it, I have to go along with it is a set up.

"the good ole boys" practice SHOOT shovel and shut up if they want to get rid of someone, and that is a heck of a lot less often than in the city. In the city they use garbage trucks or cement over shoes...

Given a choice of walking down the street in the area I lived in Boston or "ridge walking" as I have done hunting caves all over Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee and W. VA I would take ridge walking any day of the week... It is a LOT safer, just ask permission first. I have been told no I do not want you on my land a few times, but generally I got dragged into the parlor, stuffed with food and asked lots of questions. Generally takes a half hour to an hour to disentangle myself



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 01:23 PM
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Originally posted by DarkStormCrow
Of course he could have stumbled across a still, or even someone marijuana patch, may not even be related to the census.


Sorry I haven't had time to read all the posts yet on this thread, but my first (CT) thought was that since it seems aimed at the feds, what if this is one of the first signs that a rebellion against Washington is actually starting?



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 01:25 PM
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Well then the terrorists will be dealt with quickly and quietly then wont they centurion


I wouldnt want any group to begin destabalizing our beautiful country and all it has to offer because of their own greedy ambitions.



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 01:33 PM
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Originally posted by DYepes
Well then the terrorists will be dealt with quickly and quietly then wont they centurion


I wouldnt want any group to begin destabalizing our beautiful country and all it has to offer because of their own greedy ambitions.


I'm sure they will - as soon as obama can get his personal military force organized and equipped (as strong as the U.S. military per one of obama's campaign speeches).



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 01:53 PM
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I've only made it to page 3 so far and not sure if it's been thought of, but a thought occurred to me and I wanted to get it jotted down before I continued reading. Could it be possible this man was an undercover agent of some type and was found out, or blew his cover some other way?

That could explain the FED being written on his chest, and could also explain why it took a bit for the story to come out. Maybe they had to clean up the mess of who he really was? Could also explain why his computer was still in the truck...could have been a fake.

I'm not really seeing this being done for something like stumbling upon a drug op. I feel if that was the case neither him nor his truck would have been found. What was done to this man was a message. Question is..What is the message and to who is it directed to?
I don't know, just thinking out loud.


Simon

[edit on 24-9-2009 by Simon_Boudreaux]

[edit on 24-9-2009 by Simon_Boudreaux]



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 01:56 PM
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it was pretty easy


sad that someone has to lose their life. But in a war there are always bodies on both sides. Our side has had enough bodies, time to even the score imo.

year after year, protests do not work, non violent protesting does nothing, people pay to purchase permits and licenses to have little pansy legal protests which are just a joke.



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 02:21 PM
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Seriously?

Wow... I view fed.gov as the main terrorists at the party. Destroying entire villages of Pakistani civilians with a UAV launched missle to maybe kill one Taliban is terrorism. The fed.gov that thinks nothing of burning children alive because of a possible firearms violation a la Waco. The census worker worked for that fed.gov. He was performing an illegal, unconstitutional intelligence gathering mission on private property.

One thing I am taking away from this thread is a realization of the level of hypocrisy out there.

If any of you, as US citizens, are concerned about collateral damage in conflicts, innocents being killed etc., then you should immediately stop paying federal taxes as you are funding a murderous war machine. Don't hide behind Obama. Although the troops in Iraq are "out of the cities" they are still there, in their bases in the desert. They have not been withdrawn as Obama promised, nor will they be. The oil must be protected. Point being, if you support Obama you support the killing of innocents... why is this census workers life worth more than a little brown person in Iraq to you? Why are you so outraged over the killing of this "innocent" census worker and not brown people in Iraq? Racist? If this is not how you feel then what have you done to prevent your tax dollars being spent by fed.gov to continue killing innocents to further their financial agenda? How are you working to prevent your government from killing people who have not threatened you or done you harm? This is ATS right? Iraq = no WMD, no involvement w/ 911. What about all the innocent US military that have been killed in the "WOT" that was started via false flag? The fed.gov is responsible for those murders as well.

Fed.gov is a legal fiction. There is not some box labeled "fed.gov" and you just go smash it and it is gone. "fed.gov" is the whole of the entity. This guy was willingly a piece of it. He worked for murderers and thieves.



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 02:57 PM
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So, what you are saying is that it would be an act of patriotism to kill your mailman?

How was this guy deserving of what he got? I'm starting to worry about some of the responses this thread has gotten.



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 03:09 PM
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I've read a lot of comments on this post now and my own thoughts on this come down to the following.

Possible motives,

1.) Wrong place, wrong time..... You don't actually know where he was when he was taken. We don't even know the day and time of death. He may have been hung after the fact. The hanging and sign may have been added to try to mislead.

2.) Someone just doesn't like anyone who is a "Fed" or "Warning to other "Fed" agents.

3.) Ran across something he shouldn't have seen. Once again the sign and hanging could be there to mislead.

Things I'm not buying into.
1.) Right wing extremest group influenced by right wing radio... Just doesn't sound like that's the real reason.

2.) Opening shots of a revolution... Once again, I'm not buying it. I think that if there were revolutionaries, they would have left something more that "Fed" like a manifesto .



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 03:13 PM
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You should be worried. Seems like theres alot of people out there that can't wait to use their shiny new guns and play Mad Max. "Humongous rules the wasteland".



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 03:22 PM
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Very good point about the set up thing. I wouldn't put it past this government to do something like this to rally support.. How do you think they got to invade Iraq? They took down 3 buildings and got us to push them into the middle east. Im gonna have to get me one of those tin foil hats. But again If this murder went down how they say then the people who did this need to burn.



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 03:42 PM
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Was just reading several news reports of this. They are all the same report.

www.delmarvanow.com...

The victim was a "newer" local. The waitress's quote of the government perhaps having the wrong priorities and his mother saying that she cannot talk about it yet are sending flags of clandestine behavior and origin.

I'm siding with the whole idea mentioned here of set-up and blame.

Sad that a man has to loose his life that he was only peacefully trying to live.
And I thought that the dark ages were over centuries ago.

Namaste

ZM



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 03:44 PM
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So, what you are saying is that it would be an act of patriotism to kill your mailman?


BOY you have not met my mail man. The neighbors and I would like to make him and his idiot supervisor disappear. I watch the SOB take my mail toss it in the mud and run back and forth over it with his truck.... Can you say POSTAL? The dude has cost me a mint due to very important lost mail.






posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 03:49 PM
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Killing people, innocent people to make a point is reducing humanity to the lowest denomination. And they deserve to have their communities infiltrated and removed out of sheer stupidity and hostilitiy.

Next they will be advocating the marriage of multiple pre-pubecent girls.



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 03:53 PM
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Originally posted by bra1nwash
It's important to remember that this is the south, .


First of all 90% of "southerners" don't consider Kentucky part of the south. Most people I know consider the south to be VA, TN, AR, LA, MS, AL, FL, GA, SC, and NC. Kentucky is usually not counted by historians because it never signed letters of secession.

Secondly, I am tired of people saying "this is the south" like it explains everything away. The south is not some black hole filled with idiots and murderers. Boss Hog and The Dukes of Hazard do not exemplify the south.

The south is filled with some of the greatest educational and medical institutions in the world. Wake County, NC is considerred one of the "smartest" counties in the country.

New Orleans gave birth to jazz and blues music. In turn it gave birth to all modern musical forms outside of art music.

The south has a long literary history with people like Faulkner, Williams, Lee, Wolfe, Twain, Welty, and Capote.

The south has held open arms for various religions for centuries. South Carolina was home to the largest concentration of Jews in America in 1800. South Carolina was the first place in America to elect a practicing Jew to office.

I could go on and on, but I think you get my point. Any one saying, "remember this is the south," -in a derogatory manner- is showing a great deal of ignorance. Yeah the southern states have had their problems, but don't forget the slave markets on wall street.

If people want to know what this part of KY is like check out this link. . .
Country Boys
It leads to a documentary about two teenage boys growing up in the general area between 1999 and 2002.


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posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 05:22 PM
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Originally posted by suicydking
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So, what you are saying is that it would be an act of patriotism to kill your mailman?

How was this guy deserving of what he got? I'm starting to worry about some of the responses this thread has gotten.


No. The killing of innocents is always tragic. Collateral damage is not good. This man was not deserving of what he got. You missed my point. Why is this instance of death due to politics any different from what this man's employers perpetrate around the globe every day? The millions of other innocents killed during this and the last century were not deserving either. The world is not nice. War is the continuation of politics by another means. Fed.gov stopped listening to "We the People" long ago. Sometimes it takes "We the People" awhile to catch on. I don't see much "providing for the general welfare" as stipulated in the preamble of the Constitution happening amongst the pillaging of taxpayers to the tune of trillions.

FYI the Post Office is a private company.

What I am saying is that the entity this fellow worked for has not, does not and will not respect your rights, whether it be to life or a fair trial or illegal search and seizure. Your rights will not be respected or protected by fed.gov. They don't give a hoot about what happens to you or your family. Do not think for a moment that if you personally interfere with federal power that you will not be snuffed out like a cockroach. There is no benevolent "man behind the curtain". Perhaps some people are upset about that? We the People did not start this conflict. This is the reason the Culpepper "Don't Tread on Me" flag is so popular. As Ben Franklin wrote (paraphrased), the American people are peaceful and wish to be left alone in privacy like a rattle snake. If you step on them then you will receive a nasty surprise.

This man was a symbol of that over reaching, tyrannical, federal power.

He went where federal abuse of power is known and disliked.

Of course this does smell of false flag... Timed to go with Pelosi's crying jag the other day.



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 05:42 PM
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Originally posted by merkaba93

This man was a symbol of that over reaching, tyrannical, federal power.

He went where federal abuse of power is known and disliked.

Of course this does smell of false flag... Timed to go with Pelosi's crying jag the other day.


Call me a naif, but I continue to be amazed at how much excuse-making and side-stepping is being done by the Right in the wake of this reprehensible act of hatred. Trying to suggest that there is a rationale for his lynching?

This is what your rhetoric gets you. Proud of it?



posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 05:46 PM
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Heh it was probably an ATS'er...

Allowing Census workers to do their job is the first step to totalitarianism and the NWO, ya know...

Actually I suspect the guy stumbling a drug op is more likely, but I've seen some comments on here that make me wonder.



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