Michael Hastings

First a general note.

Added a Behavioral Modification page. On the desktop version of this site, you should see it at top above the picture. I also discovered that I mislinked one of those DoD info memos from May 17, 2012, the one dealing with Civil Liberties, when I blogged about it a year ago. The link is fixed and is also at the bottom of that long page along with some select public record bits regarding the ability to alter behavior of animals and humans, the research that has gone into same, and just how long ago progress was made all the way up to last year.

As noted in the previous post, I’ve seen a lot of weird where use of this stuff presents a rational explanation. Here’s another likely case of the same. I’ve mentioned a few of car accidents on this blog previously, including one involving the Squidgate juror and her granddaughter last December.

HuffPo, “Michael Hastings Sent Email About FBI Probe Hours Before Death” (mobile version)

Hours before dying in a fiery car crash, award-winning journalist Michael Hastings sent an email to his colleagues, warning that federal authorities were interviewing his friends and that he needed to go “off the rada[r]” for a bit. The email was sent around 1 p.m. on Monday, June 17. At 4:20 a.m. the following morning, Hastings died when his Mercedes, traveling at high speeds, smashed into a tree and caught on fire. He was 33.

In a rare move, the FBI issued a statement denying that Hastings was under investigation. The Los Angeles Police Department also said it had found no evidence of any foul play in his death.

Hastings, an accomplished war correspondent and sharp political reporter, was best known for writing a critical Rolling Stone profile of General Stanley McChrystal that led to his resignation.

Unless and until we get a grip on just how bad things are and the methods being used to accomplish said bad, we’re going to see this kind of thing over and over.


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