Personal residences are more vulnerable than public events. The year 2012 is an election year - this means that politicians will be attending social
functions, such as fundraisers, and hosting public events. These events typically have security, such as a few uniformed police officers armed with
handguns. This security can probably be reduced by a single rifleman, but getting away from an attack on such an event is difficult. The risk of
collateral damage is also high, so attacks on public events are not recommended.
The included list of home addresses will hopefully help. Tor Browser is recommended for looking up satellite pictures and searching for additional
information. The phone numbers are only provided for reference when verifying this information. The same phone number for multiple addresses probably
means the person has moved. An address that starts with a question mark (?) is unverified. Multiple unverified addresses probably mean the person
moves around frequently. The address list can be saved as a Comma-Separated Value (CSV) file and opened with Excel; to do this, copy and paste the
list of addresses into a text file and save it with the .csv extension. Opening the address list with Excel allows sorting the addresses by state,
which may be useful for identifying the targets closest to you or the targets in DC.
A person is usually most vulnerable when entering or leaving their residence or vehicle. Many simple and common tactics are sufficient for this
mission. The simpler the plan, the more likely it is to work. In high-risk situations, people tend to revert to their level of training - it may be
prudent to factor this into your plans. It is not recommended to discuss your plans with others. These types of operations can usually be carried out
by single individuals.
Don't worry too much about getting caught, but plan to get away. After the Revolution, all those unjustly imprisoned will be released. Those who get
caught are likely to be treated poorly and possibly tortured, so please do make an effort to escape. If it becomes necessary to go on the run, it will
probably be worth it to hit multiple targets - the faster they crumble, the sooner it will all be over. They are used to being pampered and feared,
genuine resistance is likely to crush their morale swiftly.
Some politicians are paranoid and will react in a hostile manner when detecting signs of surveillance. Some observed behaviors are hiding in the house
and getting ready to call the police or getting into a vehicle and preparing to run away. These reactions are inadequate and the situation can be
easily defused with a good cover story. If the situation cannot be defused and the subject is calling for help or trying to get away, the situation
may need to be escalated - at that point it is probably the safest course of action. Escalating the situation means killing them.
Everyone has to choose for themselves what they feel is the right thing do. Please, make an effort to be just and strive for the cause of good to the
best of your understanding.
?ROBERT B ADERHOLT, (address removed), HALEYVILLE, AL 35565
?ROBERT B ADERHOLT, (address removed), HALEYVILLE, AL 35565, (phone # removed)
?ROBERT B ADERHOLT, (address removed), ARLINGTON, VA 22207, (phone # removed)
?ROBERT ADERHOLT, (address removed), HALEYVILLE, AL 35565, (phone # removed)
SPENCER T BACHUS, (address removed), AL 35243, (phone # removed), (phone # removed)
?SPENCER T BACHUS, (address removed) WASHINGTON, DC 20002
?SPENCER T BACHUS, (address removed), BIRMINGHAM, AL 35216
?JOSIAH R BONNER, (address removed), MOBILE, AL 36608, (phone # removed)
?JOSIAH R BONNER, (address removed), MOBILE, AL 36695, (phone # removed)
?JOSIAH R BONNER, (address removed) AL 35406, (phone # removed)
?JOSIAH R BONNER, (address removed), ALEXANDRIA, VA 22314
It goes on to list people from all the states.....
edit on 28-5-2012 by jimmysinger because: removed some personal data