Sunday, 23 June 2013

Maddow Explains How The FBI Can Assassinate Anyone They Want

Good summation of likely FBI corruption - that they can shoot anyone without consequences. The history of the FBI is filled with cover-ups, wrongful arrests, and all manner of highly questionable activity. It is like they are acting as the strong arm secret police of a fascist state. 

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, June 23rd, 2013.]


steven andresen said...


It is this analysis of the FBI that forced me to give up watching the TV series "criminal minds." I couldn't get around the thought that the FBI agents did nothing or talked about nothing other than their personal stories and the stories of their lone nut mass murderers. The show had nothing to say about the real life concerns of an FBI agent working these days when there's so much suspicion of their activities.

I understand I should not fault the producers for not talking about such a hot topic, but, in a show that pretended to be real, they could not be real enough. Might as well make up an agency,...the federal mass murder investigation agency...and talk about it's purely fictyional stories.

It least "The X Files" got the part right that there's something rotten in Denmark. That's why that show was more real to me than "criminal Minds" ever was.

SpookyOne said...


A lot of people I know ended up watching the BBC show Spooks that dealt with MI5 or MI6 agents. They were not all good characters in the series but I still could not watch it.

My problem was they almost always foiled some independent terrorists or rogue agents when I know they facilitate and run such groups in many instances.

Any 'conspiracy show' that touches on elements of a dark corrupted Government, is more watchable to me too.