posted on Jun, 23 2013 @ 03:10 AM
One of the worst things someone could do in the middle of an FBI probe is to provide any sort of evidence about running away. That sets off agent
gotcha reflexes and they chase. Going off the radar is like an investigation term for cleansing: a person runs away, reinvents their persona, maybe
in more extreme cases loses their car and runs under a fake name. The investigators still go and investigate, watch the person spin their wheels and
spend their money, and just don't care because it's what they do.
This could be an element of conspiracy and Hastings' phone could have been cloned and used to send the text before the death. He has a pen and paper,
he was a writer with doctor parents, lawyers, and a big network of peers who supported him, so it's not characteristic of someone like Hastings to go
through the fired general story without flinching and then skip town about the wikileaks thing. Likely he was researching for the lawyer.
So the newspaper claim was Hastings said the FBI was investigating him, but the FBI says they weren't.
Maybe it's newspeak and the FBI SID was investigating them. Maybe there are FBI impersonators, or Infragard. Maybe they are merely affiliated with
the military and the Democratic Party (true story) and it wasn't an official investigation, just some phone hacking and organized crime from the likes
of the Pentagon and NorthCom. That NorthCom is popping up all over the place now that they militarized cyberspace and civil disturbances, maybe
Hastings was onto that.
Maybe it's rogue FBI. No, the FBI could openly lie about investigations happening; I figure because all they'd have to do is trash the files and who
would know? Put it under a ridiculous code name like "Operation basketcase" and call it classified.
Sometimes the deception isn't all black death and evil shadows. Sometimes it's light fluffy shiny bright suggestions that sneak in to whitewash
reality. There are people who exist with those sort of mentalist abilities, and they tend to gravitate towards jobs in intelligence. One minute
you're looking at a wanted person and the next you're thinking you should reevaluate your entire life and give up detective work (thinking, hey I'm
not a detective who put in that...professor X is that you?) One minute you're on the way to the story and the next you think it's a great idea to go
speeding into a palm tree. Maybe Hastings was one of those geopathic stress sensitives and there was precursor waves to a quake in the area which
made him go unbalanced; maybe he had a seizure.
edit on 23-6-2013 by Sandalphon because: Illuminati are not so hard at work.