Friday, June 12, 2015

Jade Helm is Here

See: Jade Helm Joke

Not. Authority just pointed that way while going this way like they always do.

"Hunt for escapees focuses on N.Y. prison; Source ties staffer to getaway plot" by Michael Hill and Michael Virtanen Associated Press  June 12, 2015

DANNEMORA, N.Y. — Investigators believe a female prison employee had agreed to be the getaway driver in last weekend’s escape by two killers but never showed up, a person close to the case said Thursday.

Okay, going beyond whether this is a drill gone live or another wonderfully-crafted piece of psyop and taking it on face value the cover story iS already starting to crumble.

The hunt for the escapees, meanwhile, dragged into a sixth day with a renewed burst of activity by searchers in the woods close to the prison after bloodhounds were said to have picked up the convicts’ scent. And Governor Andrew Cuomo said investigators were also “talking to several people who may have facilitated the escape.” 

Yeah, okay.

David Sweat, 34, and Richard Matt, 48, used power tools to cut through steel and bricks and crawled through an underground steam pipe, emerging from a manhole outside the 40-foot walls of the maximum-security Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, about 20 miles south of Canada, authorities said.

The person close to the investigation said authorities believe Joyce Mitchell — an instructor at the prison tailor shop, where the two convicts worked — had befriended the men and was supposed to pick them up Saturday morning.

Umm, I dunno. I haven't done any investigating via the blogs, but the official story starting to stink guys.

The person said that was one reason the manhunt was focused so close to the prison. The person was not authorized to discuss the investigation and spoke on condition of anonymity.

Mitchell has not been charged. Her son Tobey told NBC on Wednesday that she checked herself into a hospital with chest pains Saturday. He said she would not have helped the inmates escape.

“I just can’t believe she’d do something so stupid,” longtime neighbor Sharon Currier said. She said Mitchell is always happy to help people, but she’s “not somebody who’s off the wall.”

She said Mitchell is a former town tax collector in Dickinson, a community near Dannemora. Quick with a laugh and skilled at sewing, she has worked for five or more years at the prison, where her husband also works, Currier said.

Now this is not only stinking of absurd scapegoating, but it's calling into question this whole account.

Hundreds of police using dogs and helicopters blocked off a main road and concentrated their search on a swampy area a couple of miles from the prison. Schools were closed, and residents received automated calls warning them to lock their doors, close their windows, and leave outside lights on.


Another mind-manipulating, martial law exercise? Some have suggested -- and rightly so, I believe -- that this even is a way to get drones in the sky to catch the bad guys.

The governor said investigators had received tips that the convicts were in the area, and tracking dogs had picked up the scent Thursday morning.

But he added: “Look, they could either be four miles from the prison or they could be in Mexico. Right? So you just don’t know.”


Sheriff David Favro said there had been no reports of stolen or abandoned vehicles, break-ins, or abductions.

That's strange.

Authorities suspect the inmates also had help from the inside in obtaining the power tools. Guards and other staff members have been questioned, but no one has been disciplined or charged.

Matt was serving 25 years to life for the 1997 kidnap, torture, and hacksaw dismemberment of his 76-year-old former boss, whose body was found in pieces in a river.

Sweat was doing life without parole for his part in the 2002 killing of sheriff’s Deputy Kevin Tarsia, who was shot 15 times and run over after discovering Sweat and two accomplices transferring stolen guns between vehicles.


I am staring to sweat it a little:

"Plymouth DA organizes task force to combat violent crime in Brockton" by John R. Ellement Globe Staff  June 05, 2015

Plymouth District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz has organized a law enforcement task force to combat a wave of violence in Brockton where residents report hearing gunfire “at all hours,’’ he said.

Cruz led the first meeting Thursday of the task force dubbed “Operation Safe Streets” with representatives of the State Police, US Attorney Carmen Ortiz’s office, Homeland Security, the FBI, the US Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

One can only wonder now whether this is part of the martial law currently enveloping the Northeast (and the propaganda pre$$ led us all to believe it was going to be down South).

Cruz said his office teamed with other law enforcement agencies with the help of federal grants in the past. Currently, federal funding is not available, but the need for a reenergized task force approach is clear, he said.

Last weekend in Brockton, Cruz said, a woman was shot and a man stabbed. Two weeks ago, a 5-year-old boy narrowly missed being shot when bullets were fired into his home. And in April, a teenager was stabbed to death in a city park, a killing that has led to the arrest of one suspect.

Cruz said 25 people attended the meeting on Thursday.

“We were all sitting around the same table talking and communicating about the small number of people who commit the vast majority of the crimes,’’ he said. “We are going to have to try to get creative.’’

That's a terrible thing to say about Wall Street and Washington.


UPDATESPrison Worker Gave Killers Blades, Chisels: Court Docs

There she is in handcuffs so it must be true.

Prison worker charged with helping 2 N.Y. killers escape

Does it sound or make any sense to you? 

Escaped Killers Find Life 'Terrifically Stressful'

How do they know that?

Prison Worker Planned to 'Move On' With Escaped Killers, DA Says

This gets more ridiculous by the day!

Search for N.Y. fugitives enters eighth day