posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 08:12 PM
Maybe this will wake people up. I have been repeating myself constantly on these boards, stating that the US government will use ANY tactic at their
disposal to get what they want...even murder. It has been done in the past, and it is being done today. That is why I am not taking the shootings that
are occurring at face value. There is likely something more.
And hopefully this is a slap in the face of those who say our firearms are not necessary. I will say it for the 39th time that we need weapons to
protect ourselves from our own government and the people in power, which includes those who own Wall Street, and this was the whole point of the 2nd
amendment. Our Founding Fathers lived through the consequences of challenging a government who thinks it can get away with anything, and that is how
they had the experience and knowledge to include this amendment.
So anyway, this document doesn't surprise me in the least, because the government has always been willing to kill when someone challenges what they
are doing, or knows too much and could potentially cause a problem. What does surprise me is that this paragraph wasn't redacted. Why on earth did
they leave that in there? Oversight maybe. I often wonder who does the redactions. Are there employees who focus only on this? Or is there someone who
worked on the project or operation who does the redacting before filing away these types of documents? I really would like to know.
If it is just someone who knows nothing about the projects except what they read in the documents, and they have many documents to review daily, it
would not surprise me if they just quickly scanned the documents for personal information and the like, which is mainly what gets redacted. If this is
how the FBI operates regarding FOIA documents, then it is feasible that information about the assassination of OWS leaders was simply overlooked by a
person who knew nothing about the plan to sabotage OWS.