Analysis of Remarks by SAC Greg Bretzing at a Press Conference to Address the Ongoing Situation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge


With little fanfare, this is a raw analysis of the press conference that went with the release of Remarks by SAC Greg Bretzing at a Press Conference to Address the Ongoing Situation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge written statement present by FBI Portland
January 28, 2016

I will make it as easy to digest as possible within time constraints. This is not a polish piece. This is intended only to document in the most immediate fashion. If it warrants being polished this will be the draft it comes from. To use this analysis, please contact me. All rights reserved. This is the intellectual property of the Julia Clark Organization.

The source of the analysis is from shuff1111 of youtube. I do not know him. He only by chance was one of the first to have the Video of the press conference up. What I do find odd is that the press conference was not recorded and posted by any known agency or corporate media. Thank you shuff1111 for your service.

 

This is the Analysis derived: 

I have highlighted or noted points. This is not intended for laymen explanation. Please ask if you need more explanation or are curious about a highlight or note. 

1:10 trips over the word transparency

1:37 trips over the word several

3:42 video stream fails

3:42 says “Shortly the camera will pan back to” the video feed does not pan when it returns.

3:53 the video feed returns.

3:53 He says, “Oh, heads up.”

4:06 He says, “The camera is panning back to the jeep at this point.”

12:52 He states Oregon State Troupers were the ones that fired the weapons.

13:43 He uses “Umm” and tightened lips and sucked them inward

13:44 Shakes his head in a no fashion

13:47 He says, “That law enforcement showed great restraint while holding his hand in front of him in a barrier type way

13:50 He says “Then when the vehicle, then took off.” his voice quivers

13:51 Uses ‘Ummm”

13:52 He says, “you could see that it just about seriously injured, ahh, a law enforcement officer.”

13:53 a micro head shake

13:58 he says, “as its, as it barrels toward”

14:01 he says, “And that umm” pursed his lips together

14:06 He says, “based on the deadly force policy of the FBI and OSP Umm ahh that “

14:06 and extended blink

14:17 Uses “Umm” then says “as you can see afterwards and as I explained in the video, those pops and sounds that umm. Of course, there is no sounds in the video.”

14:28 He says, “flash bangs, ahh, sponge projectiles that pierce the window and oc gas

14:44 shakes head

14:44 He says “all occupants in the jeep surrendered without incident” shakes head again

14:50 He says “ahh with no violence”

15:00 smiles

15:06 Purse and smacks lips, their latest.

16:48 Serious look, looks, down and to the right, takes a deep breath uses “Umm” 3 times while explaining

18:23 He is asked if this is a stop for a traffic violation. The question clearly amuses him. He first clearly states, “no.” then says, “Not that I’m. Well, then. You know what, I don’t know, there might have been” takes a ha, “that was not the purpose of the call err the stop”

  • This is troubling. He clearly and jovially changes the case file to fit his theory. He says,”No.” firmly, then catches himself. Dismisses himself and stops that dismissal midsentence. then moves to the willing chair with the statement, “well, then”, and  makes a choice to fudge the records with the justification, “You know what” statement, then proceeds to change the record.
  • However, his utterance and mistaken word of using call instead of stop. Highly suggests that  that the call the Bundy’s had hours before from the FBI negotiator was also a fabrication and not in good faith.

 

18:29 He takes a question about distance. He says that he “You know, the exact distance, I can’t tell you. That’s why we actually show you the video. You can tell that a period of time went by and that they were traveling at a high rate of speed. Umm. He purses lips and licks them. “And they had plenty of. And again they were, they were stopped for well over four minutes. And then they chose.. as I said two nights ago or last night.” smacks lips, “Actions have consequences”

19:19 stumbles over the word truck, using car instead and correcting himself.

19:23 he says, “And is currently in our custody, umm” then purse lips

19:34 he says, “But umm as the video clearly shows”

Screenshots of questionable moments.

These are points noted while watching of questionable moments.

LaVoy

This is not inclusive of all points of analysis.

JC

 

 

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Boston gang-unit officer charged with lying to FBI – Metro – The Boston Globe


A former Boston police officer assigned to a Youth Violence Strike Force was charged in federal court Thursday with making false statements to an FBI agent investigating a violent street gang in Roxbury.

Mel Steele, 36, faces one count of lying to the FBI during the course of a federal investigation.

Steele recently resigned from the department.

Boston Police Department spokesman David Estrada said the charges stem from an internal investigation that was conducted by the Boston Police anticorruption unit along with the FBI.

He said Steele resigned effective Oct. 17, but he would not comment further.

Steele’s attorney, Rudolph Miller, could not be reached for comment late Thursday.

According to court records, Steele was charged in relation to an investigation into a violent drug-dealing gang based at the Academy Homes housing development in Roxbury.

Authorities said that Steele, who was assigned to the Youth Violence Strike Force, the Police Department’s gang unit, was a longtime friend of an associate of the Roxbury gang.

Steele is accused of providing internal police information to the associate while Boston police and the FBI were investigating the gang from 2009 to 2011.

On one occasion, authorities said, Steele used his Boston police computer to run a license plate check on a vehicle. The vehicle turned out to be an unmarked Boston police car driven by a detective conducting surveillance on the gang.

Steele also allegedly contacted a State Police trooper to seek information about a gang member’s pending charges in another criminal case.

Steele is accused of making false statements when FBI agents confronted him in May 2011. He faces up to five years in prison and three years of supervised release, though if he is convicted, he is likely to be sentenced to less than the maximum.

Steele, raised in Mattapan, started at the police academy in 2002, according to Estrada, but it was unknown Thursday how long he had been a member of the gang unit, where he was considered a rising star. His work to quell street violence was featured in the Boston Herald in 2008.

Former supervisors said that they had been impressed by Steele’s ability to connect with young people on the street, according to one Boston police official who knows Steele and considers him a friend. The official said Thursday that Steele could talk to young men about music, school, and where their life was headed.

“He had a great reputation,” said the official, who was not authorized to speak publicly.

“He grew up on the streets. He could relate to these kids. I can’t believe he got caught up in that. He was a really good police officer.”

Evan Allen and Maria Cramer of the Globe Staff contributed to this report. Milton J. Valencia can be reached at mvalencia

@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @miltonvalencia.

via Boston gang-unit officer charged with lying to FBI – Metro – The Boston Globe.

FBI Harasses Second Friend Who Aided Todashev Senior, Establishing Pattern of Abuse


In addition to the denial of a lawyer and suspicious circumstantial arrest of Ashur Miraliev, Todashev\’s roomate, Tatiana Gruzdeva has been told by three FBI agents that she\’s being deported for speaking to the media about the slain Todashev and the FBI\’s role in his death.

via FBI Harasses Second Friend Who Aided Todashev Senior, Establishing Pattern of Abuse.

Oh My! NSFW How To Uninstall McAfee Antivirus


How To Uninstall McAfee Antivirus – Featuring John McAfee himself

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McAfee Total Protection Service – Not Recommended

Conservative Conglomerate Plantations


Conservative conglomerate plantations

Editorial Artist Unknown

This editorial cartoon reflects historical view points of The JC Organization.

Not all, but most, plantations were exploitative conglomerates that manipulated published works to skew public opinion and to mislead public opinion for the sake of profitability. And by thus, harming humanity, including conservatives that were not conglomerates.

The lesser Conservative were guilty for looking the other way, much in the same vein that a that a cop that sees corruption and looks the other way is a corrupt cop too.

Research suggested that the lesser conservatives did not have the lobbying power and went with the flow as to not cause disruption of their already precarious position. Nevertheless, the lesser conservative was systematically being primed for exploitation themselves.

Why We’ll Never Get a Full Account of the War in Iraq – D.B. Grady – The Atlantic


Why We’ll Never Get a Full Account of the War in Iraq – D.B. Grady – The Atlantic.

It is a common tactic of corrupt individuals who are committing criminal acts to incorrectly fill out documents. It is purposefully done to create another layer the investigator must go through to reveal the truth. In this case it is the old “put the file under the wrong name” trick.

 

 

“”That’s not a recognized marking,” said Leonard. “I have no idea if it was the intent, but I can guarantee you what the consequences of those markings are. When any of this material eventually does end up at a presidential library and access demands are being made, or it’s being processed for release, when some poor archivist sees material marked Handle as SCI, it’s going into the bottom of the pile, and it is going to get much more conservative review. Whether it was the intent to retard the eventual release of the information, I know that’s going to be a consequence of it.”

A well-written, researched, and thought provoking narrative by a random CNN.com user that deserves a little more attention. : DornerCase


A well-written, researched, and thought provoking narrative by a random CNN.com user that deserves a little more attention. : DornerCase.

Historical Data from the Dorner Campaign.


Historical data to keep Dorner from being swept under the rugs by the LAPD and  to get him in alive.

Notes from the online news outreach used in the comment sections.

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Because of the celebrity culture, It is expected of officers to lie for names. The LAPD has a culture of corruption in LA because “the industry” is so damned corrupt and no one can investigate it, least they have hell to pay.

The amount of corruption with in the film, music, television etc – “the industry” is staggering. And it, “the industry” is not held accountable at all.

This police force, the LAPD, has to operate in that culture of corruption. In such an environment, one cannot hire non-corrupt officers. And the noble non-corrupt officers that do slip through the crack are quickly weeded out or conform.

The CCC realizes it is very controversial and really risky. However, Occupy LA should be up in arms over Officer Dorner’s railroading

If you have not read his manifesto you need to

Because of the celebrity culture, It is expected of officers to lie for names. The LAPD has a culture of corruption in LA because “the industry” is so damned corrupt and no one can investigate it, least they have hell to pay.

The amount of corruption with in the film, music, television etc – “the industry” is staggering. And it, “the industry” is not held accountable at all.

This police force, the LAPD, has to operate in that culture of corruption. In such an environment, one cannot hire non-corrupt officers. And the noble non-corrupt officers that do slip through the crack are quickly weeded out or conform.

The CCC wishes Dorner would have went to one of the Occupations first before feeling a need to go to such extremes. However, if Dorner had would he had been met with hostility simply because he was an officer?

A Valentines’ Big Bear for Dorner


Reporting on the twitter storm and events surrounding the Big Bear siege.

One of my feeds highlighted that Dorner was holed up in a cabin on Big Bear. Right away it seemed odd. The news media was being held back.

I noticed that my comments on Huffington was being placed under another person picture. A computer glitch that seems to be all in order now. My posts are where they should be in my activity line.

Right before it was announced by the media that the media was being asked to not report details and to pull back farther than they already were.  The live video feeds I was watching and commenting about kept stopping abruptly, unlike a normal crash.

I took to the twitters to learn better details. Then is was announced to stop tweeting about Big Bear.

At no point was this announced as Dorner. However, that did not matter. The plan as to kill who =ever was in that cabin Waco style. One of the Twit feeds I had going was from a fire reporting station. He or she announced a “go with the burn plan” And that is what happen. There were others outside of the LAPD  that were breaking the blue line too. So reports were coming in describing a Waco style event, for someone who was not confirmed to be Dorner.

Then a woman whose name I did not catch came on to give a press conference to the media. The over all tone was one of cowing other officers that might be thinking of coming forward. She repeated stated that the police was a brotherhood and look out after each other. It would be intimidating to someone working day in and day out in such a culturally corrupt environment as the LAPD  Especially, if you were an undercover officer already convinced that the murders attributed to Dorner were actually a setup. The intelligence chatter was over-whelming in such a seriousness.

I given the chatter and the events, I could see where that was very possible.

Dorner is not confirmed dead or alive at this point. There was chatter among the crisis scene using the word suicide or killed. None of the normal chatter that would occur in a positive kill.

However, the officers were more relaxed. Less on guard , less trigger happy. It would be a good thing to calm already jumpy nerves by burning a building and lower the tensions, especially if the man being hunted had not actually commented the murders.

At anyway, sake, or case; Dorner is out of the picture be he dead or alive.

At any rate I would not trust the LAPD with forensic identification of Dorner. If there is a body and if there is anything left to identify of the body or bodies after the inferno.

 

 

Former LAPD Officer Joe Jones’s Manifesto # 2 Will Not Be Redacted


I will not be taking down Joe Jones Manifesto.

Just remember that God is a forgiving God. In conclusion I say to people who knew none of this about me that one day I will have to reflect on when was the time to speak. When I see the potential for innocent lives to be lost…The time is Now!…JJ”

Indeed his family may want the manifesto swept under the rug. They may wish that their beloved had no tarnished memories from his life, but indeed he does. They may have huddled around him, saying to him; Don’t get involved. It is other people’s business. Keep your head down. Don’t make waves. We are so sorry this happened to you. Just forget about it, it will all be better. They my be saying those things and other well intended comforters that way too many families said during past social upheavals.

However, they are wrong in action. Sometimes it is difficult to make and stand by right choices.

Dorner’s LAPD firing case hinged on credibility. Joe Jones emotional online manifesto corroborates that LAPD has a culture of corruption. A culture of corruption so perverse that it leaves PTSD scars on souls.

It is time that the good men and women of LAPD claim their agency. It is time for the good men and woman of LAPD Occupy themselves. It is not a matter of taking back the LAPD from a culture of corruption, but over-taking the culture of corruption in LAPD. It is time for the good men and women of LAPD to form their own Occupations. To stand up, speak out, and expose the corrupt to broad daylight. Even if the corruption has touched you. The only way to clean it off of you is to expose it.

Respectfully,

Julia Clark

Conservatism, Racism, and Corruption?


John Celock wrote an article at the Huffington Post about Jason Rapert recent racial remarks at  Tea Party rally. You can read it here.

It is racism, not Conservative. In addition, he is soliciting attention through inappropriate tactics and provocation Also, it is myopic.

He states that the quotation is out of context and his friend is the one who clarifies his statement, not himself. This is classic “not taking ownership of a statement” in discourse analysis, usually a red-flag that the subject or subjects are not being truthful.

In his rebuttal tweet he throws in a straw-man argument, by deflecting to a bill that has nothing to do with racial points. His friend is the one who steps forward and adds the “pro-choice, gun control liberals” statement. Again this shows not wanting to own a statement.

There are more points, but this is enough to show that he was at the very least using a double entendre.

In the speech, he continues exhibiting deceptive behavior patterns by stating that Pres Obama did not attend the National Prayer Breakfast, which is not true. Pres. Obama has indeed attended said breakfast in 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012.

That statement is clearly inappropriate and provocative.

In his speech he goes from highlighting a Muslim celebration in connection to Pres Obama, to a dishonest statement separating Pres Obama from a Christian subjected event, the National Prayer Breakfast.

Noting that the National Prayer Breakfast hosting is by a Christian organization and inclusive of all faiths, thus his statement also tarnishes the National Prayer Breakfast and misrepresenting the National Prayer Breakfast event.

Rapert continues the theme of segregation and not conservationism by banking on the lie he stated a few moments before that Obama did not attend the National Prayer Breakfast, yet hosted a Muslim holiday dinner and thus implying that doing such was aligning with Muslims.

And continues to segregate by saying “You don’t represent the country that I grew up with”, connoting that Muslims have no place in the American fabric.
Then incredulously says, And your values is not going to save us. We’re going to take this country back for the Lord. “, as if there are no Muslims who are for limiting the abortion procedure, which is simply false.

Rupert is exhibiting an extremist views and behavior patterns that hurts his party, harms conservatives, alienates Christians, and segregated values. And being obviously corrupt all the while.

Cybersecurity regulation: 5 issues for companies – Outside the Box – MarketWatch


Another futile regulation for corporations and again the regulations has no teeth, only the threat of tort liability which leaves it to the civilian class to police, investigate, and punish outlandish lowballer corporations. 

Although compliance with new standards would likely be voluntary, the White House is expected to incorporate incentives for companies to comply with those requirements.

via Cybersecurity regulation: 5 issues for companies – Outside the Box – MarketWatch.

Sony’s Exploitation


Sony’s choice to present their loss as 199 million is a public relations deflection and very similar KFC or Taco Bell selling a shoddy meal for $ x.99. It is an attempt to not scare the shareholders (and customer base) about the real cost and to feel better about something that is substandard.

Reflecting upon the whimsical way Sony allowed their customer’s (and shareholder’s) information to be availed for exploitation, including the exploitation by Sony’s “executives” (and I use that word loosely) using their databases for exploits, industrial espionage, market manipulation, and cowing.

One could expect Sony to manipulate their finical sheets to slow the death march, which upon review is incredibly similar to Enron’s ignored decent before the accounting fraud gave the final and fatal blow.

One has to ask Sony;
Where are the billions lost during 2009 accounted?
Where are the billions lost from this year accounted?

Sony is riding a bubble very similar to the Enron bubble. Media and public relations are a core part of Sony’s essence and Sony does a good job at spinning news and pretty webs of deception. However, webs do not protect against barreling facts.

Culling corruption is a tedious endeavor and takes tenacity. Consequently, even though Sony is a powerhouse media empire, the culling will eventually arrive. It did for Enron, it will for Sony.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/blog/2009/jan/22/sony-losses

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/07/28/sony-losses-2011_n_911937.html