The man who unwittingly breached John F. Kennedy Airport's state-of-the art security system after his jet ski failed in New York's Jamaica Bay was trying to get caught as a way to be rescued.from Jet Skier Who Exposed JFK Airport's Security Tried to Get Caught
"I didn't mean to do this, but I exposed something really important, and that's a flaw in security," Daniel Casillo told ABC News Tuesday.
After forcefully denying it last week, State Department spokesman Victoria Nuland admitted yesterday that a British private security company, the Blue Mountain Group, was contracted by the State Department to provide security for the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, where the U.S. Ambassador and other Americans were murdered on Sept. 11.from British SAS-linked Firm Was in Charge of "Security" at Benghazi Consulate
According to Wired.com's "Danger Room," the State Department signed a contract with Blue Mountain on May 3 to provide security for the consulate, even though Blue Mountain is not on the State Department's list of approved contractors for diplomatic security.
Obama's "disposition matrix," a secretly-crafted killing list, is now the centerpiece of Obama's counter-insurgency policy, and the killing operations are likely to be extended at least another decade, the Washington Post reports today, citing unnamed senior Obama Administration officials.from Drone Killings: Obama Trying To Lock-in the Policy for Future Administrations
What Daniel Casillo exposed is the fact that the US is not threatened by any terrorists which the British empire (which includes the US governement) doesn't control - including in Libya.
The article on Obama's intent to perpetrate the drone-terror policy into the foreseeable future supports my claim that the "war on terror" is actually a reign of terror.
So, British imperial spokeswoman Victoria Nuland, a holdover from Cheney administration, is no doubt rather PO'd at Casillo for exposing a bit of the reality behind the "war on terror" illusion, and I suspect that that the incident will be swept under the rug as quickly as possible.