Alex Constantine - November 17, 2008
The late Roland Carnaby at the CIA cult compound in Langley, VA.
May. 6th, 2008
... On April 29, 2008, Roland Carnaby was shot down in the street by the Houston Police Department. The capital crime he committed was running from the cops after a traffic stop.
When stopped the first time, it's claimed that Carnaby produced ID identifying him as a CIA agent. The offficer was told by his superiors that the ID was fake. The officer was also told to find a reason to arrest Carnaby. This brings up question number one: if the ID was fake, why did the cops need to find a reason to arrest him? Impersonating a federal official is already a crime.
At this point Carnaby, a man with a stellar reputation (he was president of the Houston chapter of the Association of Intelligence Officers), drove away from the traffic stop and attempted to call his contacts in the Houston Police Department and the FBI. Having no luck with that, he kept driving while the cops chased him through Houston. ... [T]he police were enraged and attempted to smash the front passenger window after the vehicle stopped. Carnaby was shot in the back while exiting the vehicle and then shot again in the chest by another officer. He was put in handcuffs and left on the road to die.
A former FBI agent named Don Clark made this public statement about Carnaby:
"I only knew him as Tony," said Don Clark, FOX 26's security and law enforcement analyst and former FBI agent. "I had no idea what his name may have been or was. The name that was in the newspaper, I had never seen that name before."
Former FBI Agent: I Knew Chase Suspect By Different Name
02 May 2008
Before it's shown why this statement is a flat-out, bald-faced, blatant lie, let's see who Don Clark is.
According to Clark's bio that was released when he went to work for Sharp Technology, Clark managed the FBI's investigation of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. He was also in charge of the investigation of Achille Lauro attack in which Leon Klinghoffer was killed. He coordinated and managed the investigation and prosecution of the dragging death of James Byrd, Jr. in Jasper, Texas and he was in charge of the investigation and coordination to locate FBI’s top-10 fugitive and accused “Railcar Killer” Rafael Resendes Ramirez.
Clark was also the special agent in charge of the Houston FBI office, a position he held until he retired in 2000. He's a well-known figure in Houston law enforcement circles.
In other words, Clark's no fool. He at least knows who is who and what is what in Houston.
So, let's recap. Of Roland Carnaby, Clark said on May 2 - two days after Carnaby was murdered - that "I only knew him as Tony. I had no idea what his name may have been or was. The name that was in the newspaper, I had never seen that name before."
On February 16, 2007, Clark was a guest of Roland Carnaby's Houston chapter of the Association of Intelligence Officers. It was a formal dinner also attended by deputy director of the CIA James Pavitt. Roland Carnaby introduced Pavitt and Clark and gave a presentation that evening. Yet we're to believe that a highly-decorated and highly-respected former FBI agent has no recollection of Carnaby's name?
16 February 2007 - Houston, TX - AFIO Houston Chapter hosts James L. Pavitt, former DDO CIA, and Don K. Clark, Former Special Agent-in-Charge of the Houston Field Office of the FBI at a formal dinner - 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the SHERATON SUITES HOTEL, 2400 West Loop South (I-610), Houston, Texas 77027. 713-586-2444. A presentation and introduction will be made by Roland V. Carnaby President of AFIO Houston Chapter, and Dr George Friedman, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Stratfor RSVP REQUIRED and final registration by February 12, 2007. You may remember their great Inaugural Dinner Meeting! Seating is limited by capacity and security. Kindly Respond in the affirmative ASAP: Provide name, address, email, phone and names of your guests to the Houston address 1302 Waugh Dr. # 520 Houston, Texas 77019 no later than February 12, 2007. Bring an associate, friend, spouse. $50pp payable to AFIO Houston Chapter. For further information visit Houston Chapter Website at: www.afiohouston.com and for directions and future events. No tickets at the door, for security reasons. Please, NO cameras or cell phones allowed at this event.
AFIO Weekly Intelligence Notes
At this point, it's difficult to believe that Clark is telling the truth about not knowing Roland Carnaby's name. Why Clark is lying about his knowledge of Carnaby is beyond our ability to know.
What matters is that a highly-decorated and highly-respected former FBI agent has been caught lying about knowing a man that was shot down like a dog in the street by enraged Houston police.
What matters even more is that the media, the press, the Fourth Estate, has buried this story so far that it's hoped that we short-attention spanned Americans will forget it. This American won't forget it. If this is how the police treat one of their own, how will they treat us when push comes to shove?
A CIA agent is shot down by local police. The national media stops reporting on the story the day after the murder. A well-known former FBI agent lies about knowing him. And he lies big.
Welcome to Soviet America. Or Nazi America. Take your pick.
By the way ... Roland Carnaby was buried on Monday, May 5, 2008. There was no reporting of the funeral by any national media.
Who is Don Clark?
October 14, 2007
Mr. Clark served as a Special Agent of the FBI in Miami, New York, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, Newark, San Antonio and Houston. His assignments as an investigative agent and manager in the FBI included foreign counterintelligence, counter-terrorism, violent crimes, organized crime, drugs and other FBI investigative programs.
Mr. Clark supervised numerous high profile FBI investigations including the 1979 Iranian Hostage Crisis where he handled the movement of the Shah of Iran from New York City to San Antonio, TX. He supervised the investigation of the terrorist attack aboard the Achille Lauro cruise ship, which claimed the life of passenger Leon Klinghoffer, and he managed the investigation of the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York City. He was in charge of tactical operations in 1996 during the Freeman crisis in Jordan, Montana. He coordinated and managed the investigation and prosecution of the dragging death of James Byrd, Jr. in Jasper, Texas and he was in charge of the investigation and coordination to locate FBI’s top-10 fugitive and accused “Railcar Killer” Rafael Resendes Ramirez….
Some of Mr. Clark’s many assignments included, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Criminal Division New York Office, in 1991 and in January 1994, Mr. Clark was assigned to manage all counter-terrorism investigations in the New York Office. Later in June 1994, he was designated Special Agent in Charge of the Criminal Division of the New York FBI Office.
In December 1994, he was named Special Agent in Charge of the San Antonio FBI Division and on July 2, 1996, FBI Director Louis Freeh appointed Mr. Clark as the Special Agent in Charge of the Houston Division, one of the FBI’s Top Ten Field Divisions, the position he held until his retirement.
Mr. Clark serves as a Director on the Houston Parks Board, Houston Children’s Charity Board, D.A.R.E. (Drug Awareness) Board and The Small Business Administration Advisory Board. He is also a member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and serves as a Vice Chairman in the Black Go Texan Committee.
Mr. Clark is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives. While in the FBI, he attended the FBI’s Executive Development Institute, was a trained SWAT member, bombing instructor, and police-training instructor. He has numerous achievements, including high school class valedictorian, Who’s Who in America’s Colleges and Universities, Distinguished Military Graduate, receiving a regular Army commission, and many awards and recognitions from both the U.S. Army and the FBI. The most notable are the U.S. Army Air Medal for Combat Assaults and two Bronze Stars for Bravery while serving in Vietnam. He received the FBI Medal for Meritorious Achievement during law enforcement action, and in July 2000 he also received the U.S. Attorney General’s highest Award for Excellence for his efforts in the investigation and prosecution of those involved in the James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crime Murder in Jasper, Texas in 1998.
Mr. Clark retired from the federal government on February 3, 2000 after 35- years of service. He served nine and a half years as a commissioned Infantry Officer in the U.S. Army, achieving the rank of Captain. His service included a combat tour of duty in South Vietnam and he was later selected by the Chief of Staff of the Army to command an Airborne/Ranger Company in the First Ranger Battalion.
Mr. Clark is a native Texan. He graduated from Prairie View A&M University with a Bachelors Degree in Engineering, completed course work for a Masters Degree in Public Administration at Long Island University, New York and graduated from the John F. Kennedy School Of Government Harvard University.
Info found at: Sharptechnology.com