This story could be the smoking gun for false-flag operations

Need to Know – by G. Edward Griffin

Santa Monica; Two police officers who wish to remain anonymous for fear of retaliation say that James Wesley Howell, an Indiana man who was found with a car full of explosives and weapons on Sunday morning, told police he was part of a team that planned shooting attacks on gay communities in Florida and California.  

Howell told police he was turning himself in because he wanted protection. His story was that he had been assured by his recruiters that he would not be harmed in the shooting but, when he heard on the news that Omar Mateen, the lead gunman in the Orlando group, had been killed by sniper fire, he realized he was being set up as a patsy and would be killed.

Soon after that, the FBI took over the investigation, and information to the public was filtered to remove any facts that might show the Orlando shooting as a planned event involving others. GetOffTheBS 2016 Jun 15 (Story) (Cached)

It is important to remember that the police officers who are the source of this story choose to remain anonymous, so it cannot be independently verified at this time, but circumstantial evidence supports it. For example:

(1) After the FBI took charge of the investigation, Police Chief Jacqueline Seabrooks changed her original report that Howell was part of a group of five people who intended to do harm at the gay-pride event in West Hollywood. Her altered report made no mention of anyone other than Howell.

(2) The web site that reported this story is still carrying the article without triggering legal action against it. That is significant because, if the story is false, immediate legal action would be expected. If it is true, Howell will be killed or ‘disappeared’ to prevent him from talking, but the last thing the perpetrators would want is a public trial where witnesses can be called to testify.

This news story could be one of the most important reports ever published in the annals of journalism.

That’s quite a statement but, when you consider the nature of its content, it is no exaggeration to say that it has the potential to fundamentally change the relationship between the United States government and the American people, and that could lead to a profound change, not only in America, but the entire world.

The story still is still unfolding, and it is likely that officialdom either will pull it off the Internet or do everything possible to discredit it but, unlike most false-flag scenarios, there are many people on the outside of the plot who can verify the accuracy of this one. In fact, there may even be an entire police department to do that. If so, the sheer number of witnesses could outweigh the threats against job security or physical safety. We shall see.

G. Edward Griffin
2016 June 17

6 thoughts on “This story could be the smoking gun for false-flag operations

  1. That Howell fella kinda looks like that actor who played Frodo Baggins. Elijah Wood. Slight difference in the nose, but he’s almost a dead ringer.

    I find parts of this story to be VERY questionable. Not only in Griffins article but also from the other site he provided links to. Something is very, very off.

    1. I have great respect for Griffin. It was his book/dvd “A World Without Cancer” that saved my life years ago. I doubt he would intentionally mislead.

      1. Hey, I like Griffin too. He’s a great researcher. But in this case he seems to be parroting what someone else has brought forward and I don’t trust it.
        He, and the originators of this info seem to be operating on the premise that the Orlando shooting was real. I know you have been paying attention for the past week. Everyone here at the Trenches knows how fake it was.
        And why would anyone believe what a pair of cops say, anonymous or otherwise? According to the Constitution, the police aren’t even supposed to exist. Having the cops be anonymous is clever, because nobody can verify the validity of their claims. How can anyone ask them any questions if nobody knows who they are?
        Then there is the former prosecutor from which the story originates. I wouldn’t believe anything a prosecutor says. Former or current. They’re like the CIA. Once in, always in.
        Too many questions in this story and no answers.
        Griffin has always been good at researching and providing some answers. I just don’t think he’s done his homework on this one.

  2. Well these police officers not only should go full public for their own protection but I would think they have a large obligation to do so if this is true… They are aiding and abetting treason if this is true and do not fully go public…don’t let ur superiors shut u down….grow some f’kn balls cops…!

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