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An interesting Federal Security Services (FSB) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that the United States was thrown into a “panic” last week after one of its soldiers emailed his mother warning her to “prepare for the end of the world.”
According to this report, American Army Specialist William Millay [photo 2nd left], a 22-year-old military policeman from Owensboro, Kentucky, stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska had “growing concerns” over the massive military buildup by the US Northern Command (NORTHCOM) of troops and equipment being secreted through his base from Afghanistan, Japan and South Korea headed towards “staging areas” throughout America.
In a series of emails and phone calls to his mother, and other family members living in Kentucky, this report continues, Specialist Millay relayed his concerns and when asked by them of what preparations they should make he replied, “Prepare for the end of the world.”
A U.S. Army specialist who was serving as a military policeman has been arrested at an Alaska military base on suspicion of spying.
Specialist William Colton Millay, 22, was taken into custody at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on Friday following a joint espionage investigation by the FBI and Army Counterintelligence special agents, Army spokesman Lt. Col. Bill Coppernoll said.
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after one of its soldiers emailed his mother warning her to “prepare for the end of the world.”
Hmm, perhaps just another bogus false alert? Paranoid fearmongering?
Originally posted by RenegadeScholar
Why would the FBI be placing such heavy charges unless the man's claims truly did hold water? Heads up, friends.
FBI spokesman Eric Gonzalez said Millay's arrest had no connection to WikiLeaks. Nor did it involve any transfer of information, Coppernoll said. "While we can't go into any specifics, this is completely different than the Manning case in that it does not involve the transfer of data on computer networks," he said. Coppernoll said any information that might have been transferred was stopped and that "Millay was being observed well before any damage could have occurred."
redeployment of these tens of thousands of US troops to the American Homeland was “somehow” related to the 9 November nationwide testing of the United States Emergency Alert System (EAS) that is occurring “coincidentally” with a vast number of disaster drills and exercises being planned for the same time period.
US Northern Command (NORTHCOM) of troops and equipment being secreted through his base from Afghanistan, Japan and South Korea headed towards “staging areas” throughout America.