torsdag 27 juni 2013

USA-journalist som nyligen fick 4-stjärnig general avskedad - omkom i singelolycka

Michael Hastings 33, journalisten som nyligen fick den amerikanske fyrstjärniga generalen, Stanley McChrystal,  avskedad, omkom 18:e juni i en våldsam trafikolycka...
Ett vittne säger att Hastings plötsligt tappade kontroll över sin bil och i hög hastighet körde in i ett träd. Därefter fattade bilen genast eld och Hastings omkom i lågorna.  

Ett annat vittne säger att det lät som en bomb detonerade i samband med "olyckan". Hastings arbetade när han dog med att avslöja NSA:s och CIA:s omfattande övervakning... 

Hastings var en TV-personlighet och ofta anlitad av bl.a. den legendariska tidningen, "Rolling Stone", som också publicerade artikeln som fick general McChrystal att avgå kort efter publiceringen. 

General Stanley McChrystal var ledare för koalitionsstyrkorna i Afghanistan innan Hastings avslöjanden fick honom att lämna posten...

Hastings hade timmarna före sin plötsliga och våldsamma död den 18:e juni kontaktat Wikileaks-advokaten, Jennifer Robinson, angående att FBI utförde en undersökning om honom.

Jennifer Robinson har under ett antal år varit både Julian Assanges och Wikileaks advokat. 

Hastings var enligt media också på väg att släppa en kontroversiell artikel som påstods avslöja omfattande oegentligheter inom CIA, detta enligt L.A. Weekly.
Det finns även uppgifter om dödshot och ett antal mäktiga fiender både inom FBI och CIA.

Journalist Michael Hastings Dies in Fiery Crash / Hollywood RAW FOOTAGE
Publicerad den 18 jun 2013

R.I.P. Michael Hastings

Publicerad den 18 jun 2013
R.I.P. Michael Hastings


Investigative Journalist Michael Hastings Dies in Fiery Hollywood Crash

– “It sounded like a bomb went off”

– Currently Was Working On CIA And NSA Story.

 Publicerad den 19 jun 2013:


Journalist who took down Army four-star dies in car wreck 

Air Force Times 2013-06-18
Michael Hastings, whose stunning 2010 report for Rolling Stone led to the removal of Gen. Stanley McChrystal as head of coalition forces in Afghanistan, died in a fiery car crash Tuesday in Los Angeles, according to numerous media reports.

- He was 33.

Hastings' death was announced by BuzzFeed Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith, who praised the journalist as "fearless," saying in a statement that he possessed "an incredible instinct for the story, and a gift for finding ways to make his readers care about anything he covered from wars to politicians."

In "The Runaway General," published by Rolling Stone in June 2010, Hastings quoted McChrystal and members of his staff making unprofessional comments about several senior U.S. officials, including Vice President Joe Biden and then-National Security Adviser James Jones, a retired Marine general. President Obama relieved McChrystal as a result, and the general retired not long after.

Following the story's publication, Hastings was criticized by members of McChrystal's inner circle, who claimed most of the inflammatory comments were made by junior staffers and during discussions believed to be off the record. He was later denied a subsequent request to embed with U.S. forces in Afghanistan, but defended his work and the means by which he reported it.

At a media conference in Washington later that year, Hastings said he took more flak from fellow journalists than from within the military.
"When someone who's not part of the club comes in and does a story … people get very territorial about their field," he said in November 2010. "And they'll try to frame it as though it's about journalism's ethics or it's about ground rules. It's not. It's about power, it's about who has the authority."

Hastings' work appeared in numerous publications, including Newsweek and The Washington Post. He also authored multiple books, including this year's "The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America's War in Afghanistan."
He is survived by his wife.

A person who witnessed the crash early Tuesday morning said he saw Hastings speeding down the road in his car when it suddenly jackknifed, slammed into a tree, and burst into flames.
Watch video below:



Evidence Indicates Michael Hastings Was Assassinated

Rolling Stone journalist made enemies in FBI, CIA

Paul Joseph Watson
June 20, 2013

The revelation that Rolling Stone journalist Michael Hastings was working on a story about the CIA before his death and had contacted a Wikileaks lawyer about being under investigation by the FBI hours before his car exploded into flames has bolstered increasingly valid claims that the 33-year-old was assassinated.

Hastings died early Tuesday morning in Hollywood when his car allegedly hit a tree at high speed. The Los Angeles Coroner’s office has not yet been able to officially identify the body as Hastings because it is so badly burned.

Skeptics of the official narrative have highlighted eyewitness accounts which state that Hastings’ Mercedes “exploded”.

Images of the vehicle appear to show more damage to the rear, around the area of the fuel tank, than the front, leading to speculation that a car bomb which ignited the fuel could have been responsible for the incident.

“No matter how you slice this particular pie, a Mercedes is not just going to explode into flames without a little assistance,” writes freelance journalist Jim Stone

“Car fires in new cars happen for three main reasons — running the engine out of oil, or running the engine out of coolant, or after an absolutely huge car mangling accident, having the hot side of the battery short out against the frame before it reaches the fuse panel. 

And for all 3 of those normal reasons, which account for virtually all car fires in modern cars, the fire would have started in the engine compartment, progressed slowly, and scorched the hell out of the paint before ever reaching the gas tank. That clean paint is the be all tell all, Michael Hastings was murdered, and the rest is detail.”

Stone also questions why a white sheet has been draped over the vehicle in the image below.

The questions surrounding the precise nature of the “accident” that killed Hastings are given more weight by the fact that the journalist had made enemies within both the FBI and the CIA.

“Michael Hastings contacted WikiLeaks lawyer Jennifer Robinson just a few hours before he died, saying that the FBI was investigating him,” the official Wikileaks Twitter account announced yesterday.
Hastings “had the Central Intelligence Agency in his sights” and was set to release an article exposing the agency, according to L.A. Weekly.

The Obama administration and the Justice Department have openly claimed the authority to assassinate American citizens anywhere in the world if they are deemed a national security threat. A number of American citizens have already been killed as a result of this policy. Is it really that crazy to suggest that Michael Hastings was merely the latest victim of this doctrine?
The New York Daily News highlights the fact that Hastings had received multiple death threats before his demise.

Following his role in bringing down Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, Hastings was told by a McChrystal staffer, “We’ll hunt you down and kill you if we don’t like what you write.”
“Whenever I’d been reporting around groups of dudes whose job it was to kill people, one of them would usually mention that they were going to kill me,” said Hastings.

Hastings was renowned for being “only interested in writing stories someone didn’t want him to write — often his subjects,” according to Buzzflash editor Ben Smith, adding, “He knew that there are certain truths that nobody has an interest in speaking, ones that will make you both your subjects and their enemies uncomfortable. They’re stories that don’t get told because nobody in power has much of an interest in telling them.”

The fact that Hastings had made a plethora of enemies as a result of his hard-hitting investigative journalism has prompted a deluge of online comment speculating that the writer’s “car crash” was no accident.
“Hastings’ wreck might make sense on the freeway, but I doubt he’d be dumb enough to go 100 mph on Highland. He’s not some dumb college kid,” said one commenter on a local news site.

“A warning to other journalists to not dig too deep,” another Reddit user wrote. “Stick with the party line if you want a long, happy life.”

If this was an isolated incident then there wouldn’t be so many questions swirling about Hastings’ death. However, he’s certainly not the first individual to go up against the military-industrial complex and wind up in a coffin.

Other journalists who have proven to be a thorn in the side of the establishment have met the same fate, from Andrew Breitbart who was about to release damaging pre-election information about Barack Obama before he collapsed and died in strange circumstances, to Gary Webb, the Pullitzer prize-winning author who exposed the CIA’s involvement in the drug trade and subsequently committed “suicide” after apparently shooting himself in the head – twice.

More recently, Ibragim Todashev, friend of accused Boston bomber Tamerlan Tsarnev, was shot in the head six times by the FBI, who initially claimed Todashev was armed but later had to admit this was a lie. Speculation has raged that Todashev was assassinated because he had knowledge about the Boston bombings which the feds didn’t want to see the light of public scrutiny.

Despite his actions, the murder of Christopher Dorner, who was burned to death by LAPD officers while hiding inside a cabin, shows that authorities will not hesitate to resort to such methods.

It’s virtually inevitable that the true cause of Michael Hastings death will never be known and that the mainstream media will demonize anyone who questions the official narrative as a conspiracy theorist. Meanwhile, journalists and others who pose a threat to the military-industrial complex will continue to die in bizarre “accidents” that stink of foul play.

Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for and Prison He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a host for Infowars Nightly News.

Journalist Michael Hastings dies in car crash 

Publicerad den 19 juni 2013
Award winning journalist Michael Hastings died after he was involved car accident Tuesday in Los Angeles. Hastings was most recently a reporter for Buzzfeed and was the author of a controversial Rolling Stone article about Gen. Stanley McChrystal. RT's Margaret Howell has more.

Timmarna före sin död sände Michael Hastings mejlet undertill till sina kolleger på BuzzFeed, där han arbetade.

Subject: FBI Investigation, re: NSA

Hey (redacted names)
-- the Feds are interviewing my "close friends and associates."
Perhaps if the authorities arrive "BuzzFeed GQ," er HQ, may be wise to immediately request legal counsel before any conversations or interviews about our news-gathering practices or related journalism issues.
Also: I'm onto a big story, and need to go off the rada[r] for a bit.
All the best, and hope to see you all soon.


Michael Hastings’ Wife Vows to “Take Down Whoever Did This”

Friend of journalist reveals colleagues were “too scared” to release panicked email

Paul Joseph Watson
June 26, 2013

The wife of Rolling Stone journalist Michael Hastings, who was killed in what many people believe was a suspicious car crash last week, has vowed to “take down whoever did this,” according to the man who released an email in which Hastings told friends he was being harassed by the government.

Staff Sergeant Joseph Biggs, who yesterday told Fox News that Hastings was working on “the biggest story yet” about the CIA before his untimely death, was responsible for releasing an email Hastings wrote 15 hours before his car crash in which the journalist stated he was “onto a big story” and needed “to go off the rada[r] for a bit.”

Biggs tweeted that the reason he released the email was because Hastings’ other friends and colleagues who received it were “too scared” to do so.

After the email was released, Hastings’ wife Elise Jordan thanked Biggs and vowed to “take down whoever did this,” according to Biggs.

Biggs, who met Hastings when he was an embedded journalist in Afghanistan in 2008, added, “I won’t let a man die in vein [sic] because I’m too scared of what will happen to me. If I sent that email to Mike he wouldn’t rest, he would fight.”

In his interview with Fox News yesterday, Biggs also said that Hastings “drove like a grandma” and that it was totally out of character for him to be speeding in the early hours of the morning.
Earlier this week, former counter-terror czar under two different presidents Richard Clarke told the Huffington Post that the fatal crash of Hastings’ Mercedes C250 Coupe was “consistent with a car cyber attack.”

Hastings had made numerous powerful enemies as a result of his exposure of Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal in 2010, receiving several death threats in the process.

According to Hastings’ colleague Cenk Uygur, the writer was, “incredibly tense and very worried, and was concerned that the government was looking in on his material,” and also a “nervous wreck” in response to the surveillance of journalists revealed by the AP phone tapping scandal and the NSA PRISM scandal.
BuzzFeed editor Ben Smith added that Hastings had told friends and family “he was concerned that he was under investigation.”

Another close friend who wishes to remain anonymous said that Hastings was “very paranoid that he was being watched by the FBI.”

USA-journalist som nyligen fick 4-stjärnig general avskedad - omkommer i singelolycka

5 kommentarer:

  1. M-Benz är den absolut säkraste bilen. Folk överlever en crash i 200 km/h.

    Benz brinner inte. Tydligen en stark signal till alla andra.

    1. ...Glöm inte att olyckan faktiskt inträffade i Hollywood på riktigt:) M-Benz kanske uppför sig så i Hollywood?

      Extramaterial för avancerade konspiratörer.
      --Titta extra noga på mannen som håller i vattenslagen i den första videon här på sidan?..:) (nästan för bra? - "fact stranger than fiction":)

      "En stark signal till alla andra."

  2. Forskare vid University of Washington och University of California har visat genom experiment att det är möjligt att utifrån ta över kontrollen av flera funktioner hos moderna bilar under resa.

    “Over a range of experiments, both in the lab and in road tests, we demonstrate the ability to adversarially control a wide range of automotive functions and completely ignore driver input — including disabling the brakes, selectively braking individual wheels on demand, stopping the engine, and so on.

    We find that it is possible to bypass rudimentary network security protections within the car…”

    Kred till FlashBack.

  3. Det är naivt att inte misstänka mord!

    1. Ankdammsmedia kallar sådana tankar för konspiratoriska:)

      Här är en annan kille som FBI fimpade nyligen:



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