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FBI's James Comey Gets It Wrong, Says Charleston Mass Shooting Is Not Domestic Terrorism

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FBI Director James Comey determined that the mass murder of nine black people in their place of worship, including a Democratic state Senator who was working to get police to use body cameras after the shooting of an unarmed Walter Scott, is not terrorism.

Comey explained his thinking that alleged shooter Dylann Roof is not a domestic terrorist because he had no political motive: “Terrorism is act of violence done or threatens to in order to try to influence a public body or citizenry so it’s more of a political act and again based on what I know so more I don’t see it as a political act. Doesn’t make it any less horrific the label but terrorism has a definition under federal law,” he said during a visit to Baltimore.

The FBI is investigating the shooting as a hate crime, as is the Charleston police department.

On Friday, Department of Justice spokeswoman Emily Pierce said the DOJ was investigating the massacre as both a hate crime and an act of terrorism, “The department is looking at this crime from all angles, including as a hate crime and as an act of domestic terrorism.”

_83760335_burningflagTerrorism is “the use of violence to physically and psychologically terrorize a population by an individual or a group in order to draw attention to a cause, enact political change, or gain political power.” Dylann Roof claimed blacks were taking over. He clearly had a right wing agenda to “preserve traditional social orders,” which is a form of terrorism. “Right Wing terrorism is commonly characterized by militias and gangs; many times these groups are racially motivated and aim to marginalize minorities within a state.”

Racially motivated to marginalize minorities.

So the FBI thinks this isn’t terrorism because somehow they don’t see the political agenda behind the alleged shooter’s motives to get rid of black people and start a race war, or his obsession with Trayvon Martin’s murder.

That is sort of like saying the Civil Rights Movement didn’t have a political agenda. There is nothing more political than attacking southern blacks in their place of worship to intimidate them and make a political statemen

“… There are numerous instances in which SEAL Team 6 members have been accused of killing civilians during raids …”

That commander, then-Lt. Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, responded by unleashing the Naval Special Warfare Development Group — popularly known as SEAL Team 6 — on a variety of missions in which the unit wouldn’t have typically been involved, according to an investigative report published by the New York Times on Saturday. Some of those operations resulted in civilians being killed, several former SEALs said in interviews, according to the report.

“No figures are publicly available that break out the number of raids that Team 6 carried out in Afghanistan or their toll,” the Times reported. “Military officials say that no shots were fired on most raids. But between 2006 and 2008, Team 6 operators said, there were intense periods in which for weeks at a time their unit logged 10 to 15 kills on many nights, and sometimes up to 25.”

The report, long-rumored in the Pentagon and U.S. intelligence world, details the evolving use for the elite force that is one of America’s most revered but least understood. It also notes the lack of oversight team members receive. Among the details reported:

SEALs and the CIA’s Omega Program SEAL Team 6 members joined with the CIA in something known as the Omega Program, which hunted down Taliban fighters with fewer restrictions than other military units, the Times reported. Together, they performed “deniable operations” in Pakistan using a model with similarities to the Phoenix Program, a Vietnam-era effort in which Special Operations troops performed interrogations and assassinations, the newspaper reported.

The existence of Omega teams has been reported previously. In September 2011, The Washington Post’s Greg Miller and Julie Tate reported that “omega” units comprising CIA personnel and troops with JSOC were using co-mingled bases in Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen. The story noted that on at least five occasions, they had ventured into Pakistan.

Those employed in Afghanistan were “mostly designed against specific high-value targets with the intent of looking across the border” into Pakistan, a former senior U.S. military official said in an interview at the time about the “omega” teams. They wore civilian clothes and traveled in Toyota Hilux trucks, rather than military vehicles, the officials added. That story did not report that SEAL Team 6 specifically was involved.

Little outside oversight

f53694bb0a4f130a64fe4c86f192505a03959b19The Times reported that there are numerous instances in which SEAL Team 6 members have been accused of killing civilians during raids, spawning investigations by JSOC. A “half-dozen” former members of the unit told the Times they were aware of civilian deaths that the team had caused.

“Do I think bad things went on?” one former officer told the newspaper, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss classified operations. “Do I think there was more killing than should have been done? Sure.”

That same person added that there was a “natural inclination” to kill what were perceived as threats but that he doubted SEALs intentionally killed people who didn’t deserve it.

One example raised was a 2008 operation in Afghanistan’s Helmand province in which a Taliban official identified as Objective Pantera was to be taken out. Numerous allegations were made that civilians in the village involved were killed, prompting a SEAL Team 6 commander, Navy Capt. Scott Moore, to ask for a JSOC investigation, the Times reported.

JSOC cleared the SEALs involved of any wrongdoing in the Pantera operation, the Times reported, citing two unnamed team members. But SEALs were sometimes sent home from deployments when concerns about questionable killings were raised, the story added.

Tomahawks used in combat

obamas-seal-team-coverup-explosive-paul-craig-roberts-interview_12Some SEAL Team 6 members used specialized tomahawk axes in raids, and at least one SEAL killed an insurgent with one, the Times reported.

The newspaper quoted one former team member, Dom Raso, who said the tomahawks were used for breaching doors, in hand-to-hand combat and for other roles.

According to the Times, one former senior enlisted SEAL said: “It’s a dirty business. What’s the difference between shooting them as I was told and pulling out a knife and stabbing them or hatcheting them?”

At times, the SEALs cut off fingers or patches of scalp from dead militants so that DNA analysis could be performed, the story adds. It does not specify which weapons were used to do so.

Political “hit man” Roger Stone — Richard Nixon’s “dirty trickster,” Scott Rothstein’s former political czar, and Tricky Dick face tattoo owner — might be looking to throw his hat in the ring for Marco Rubio’s vacated U.S. Senate seat.

Stone, a Libertarian, has announced he is forming an exploratory committee to run for Rubio’s seat as the senator makes his own run for the White House in 2016.

Stone had previously made a run at the governor’s mansion but eventually pulled out of the race, citing that running in an intraparty race would drain resources to the candidate who would eventually with the general election. New Times reported in 2013 that Stone was planning to run for governor on a platform that legalized weed and same-sex marriage.

Adrian Wyllie became the eventual Libertarian candidate and ran on the same platform. Stone backed out and endorsed Wyllie.

But now Stone is looking to get back into the thick of it and believes he has the backers to get it done, and he’s looking to get back on the legalizing-marijuana bandwagon.

Stone says he will run on a platform of reclassifying marijuana, and legalizing it, as part of ending “the failed expensive war on drugs.”

He also says he will oppose any boots on the ground in the Middle East initiative the government would come up with.

“I am not an isolationist, but I am a noninterventionist.” Stone said in a statement Wednesday.

Stone also says that he will back the repeal of the National Defense Authorization Act and Patriot Act.

“I will outline my own odyssey from being a Goldwater Republican and former Young Republican National chairman and aide to two presidents to being a disgruntled Republican to being a proud member of the LP,” he said, spelling out a brief résumé of his various political deeds throughout the years.

“I also am proud of my role as a senior adviser to Gov. Gary Johnson in our effort to get on the ballot in 48 states and our legal efforts to get the LP nominee into the presidential debates.”

In his announcement, Stone also managed to drop a couple of blurbs for books he’s written.

Stone has written a book in which he purports that Lyndon Johnson was behind a conspiracy that had JFK assassinated. In the book, The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ, Stone put forth an Oliver Stone-like theory claiming that “a conspiracy funded by Texas Oil and assisted by elements of the CIA and the Mob” was behind Kennedy’s assassination.

18s5xp4tvywdbjpgIn another book, Nixon’s Secrets: The Rise, Fall, and Untold Truth About the President, Watergate, and the Pardon, he chronicled his time working under President Nixon.

His latest tomes, he says, will be exposés on the Clintons and the Bushes. The Clinton book is scheduled to be released September 1, Stone says.

In his statement, Stone managed to tangle up possible opponents, Republican Ron Desantis and Democrat Patrick Murphy, as Clinton and Bush-like in their representations of the establishment.

“The Clintons and Bushes and their parties represent the exact same pro-war, pro-debt, pro-spending, pro-spying, big government policies,” Stone says. “If the Republican nominee is Ron Desantis and the Democratic nominee is Patrick Murphy, this will also be true of them. I would love to debate them. In truth they are identical.”