Originally posted by Foobler
This article right here gives a pretty good breakdown:
Saw that page that claims a switcheroo theme with the evidence. A display like: Look at this picture, this picture is all wrong, it's faked picture,
that's not his car. Look at the tree, the tree is all wrong, the scrapings at the base were to hide the truth. Hype to fill a page, no physical
logic to fit the pictures. They switched the entire car theory; where is the proof?
In one line it's said he got death threats annually, and then to think his own car wouldn't be used in the murder? He would recognize his own car,
he's not walking around ignorant of the threats. He just got off the phone with a lawyer; he knows a bit about what's suspicious or not, and an odd
car would be suspicious.
CIA types probably rigged it to go boom. Maybe they switched out the radio when he wasn't looking. Maybe someone threw something in, or the gas
line sure, but the conclusions of that's a fake car...no it's not fake, it's the real thing. Only on the hype page is the stuff a switcheroo,
courtesy the writer of the page, not the authorities.
Then the conclusion that Hastings brought down the general. No he didn't. Obama did. Obama got his collective ego upset and took the pin away from
McChrystal himself after lots of military protocol advise. Hastings was just the worker bee, and ultimately the Senior Editor of Rolling Stone gets
the responsibility for publishing that.
Realize that this conspiracy is tied to Assange now, not a wikileaks thing; Assange is in another country. One of Assange's people could have done
it, to shut him up of something. Maybe his phone was tapped and upon certain news the assassins decided to take the next step. Maybe a judge or a
big attorney wanted him out of the equation, that it has little to do with the stories he says but the measure of how successful he is when his
stories happen. They were dreading a future event which prompted their response.
Aaaand...this is another piece of the puzzle that adds up to world war 3 bargaining among politicians or future politicians, and national agencies
work, so completing a circuit of evidence on Internet could cause problems in my personal life. They weren't totally after him, but after hiding a
story, and it might be a foreign nation doing the hiding, not US. And yeah the FBI has a prejudice against the people related to the concept behind
wikileaks. Sadly, they are paranoid about whodunit and they are delusional about who is guilty; say "cyber" and "wikileaks" and maybe read 2600
one day out of curiosity, and it sets off a chain reaction that unlocks hate in them, it blurs their judgment, even though you couldn't and wouldn't
attempt anything illegal with that knowledge if you tried, because computer math is hard and prisons are cold. So if they can't find evidence
immediately (with Hastings they had plenty), they start generating it and that's how people get framed.
Hastings. That's the name of a coffee shop. Maybe this started with Al Qaida or Anonymous.