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How did Zahef-Bibeau’s car avoid being detected ??

The 2014 shootings at Parliament Hill in Ottawa were shootings that took place on October 22, 2014 when Michael Zehaf-Bibeau (born Michael Joseph Hall) fatally shot Corporal Nathan Cirillo, a Canadian soldier on ceremonial guard duty at the Canadian National War Memorial in Ottawa, Canada and the nearby Centre Block Parliament building where members of the Parliament of Canada were attending caucuses.

There is an ongoing investigation by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) into the murder of Cpl. Cirillo and The Ontario Provincial Police are investigating the security response to the attack.

OPP cruiser with new licence plate scanning camera.

Multiple media agencies are begining to give a full understanding of the days leading up to actions of Bibeau, where he was and what he was doing before he carried out the attacks. One small piece of info seems to stick out.

CBC News has learned Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the man who attacked Parliament Hill and killed a reservist on Wednesday, drove around for almost 24 hours with a piece of junk mail taped in the rear window of his car in place of a real temporary licence plate. http://cbc.sh/4mPuf0S

One question that needs to be answered is: How did a man driving a car with no license plate manage to drive up to the Parliament undetected ?? There is plate scanners in almost every major Canadian city. Try driving to get a bag of milk in your town without a license plate, see how far you get before being stopped. Let alone the nation’s capital. This seems like utter incompetence by the police.

LA TIMES - How ALRP works.

One tiny bit of news that can be shared is that – Zahef-Bibeau bought the car in Ottawa and was unable to get it plated due to lack of proper ID, so he drove to Montreal to visit a relative then drove back to Ottawa – approximately 2 hours each way depending on where in Montreal area he went.

This only raises further questions.

Let’s focus directly on the use of these ALPR (Automated License Plate Recognition) cameras. The OPP and many municipal police services have had them since after 9/11 in almost every major city. I live in Sudbury and they have them here. It’s a camera that has plate recognition software, it that takes a picture of your plate and then scans it in conjunction with a large database of plate numbers, and gives a notification or alert if something doesn’t jive with the records. The majority of police communications centers have them.

Vancouver Police Command Center

I became aware of the extent of the use of these devices during the Tim Bosma murder story, the southern Ontario man, who went missing and later found dead, after he posted a kijiji ad about a truck for sale. That’s how the OPP tracked the vehicle in that case. They (local police and OPP) can see what vehicles have been in which areas over a certain amount of time. When you sign for your vehicle registration you agree to this. It’s nothing exotic or unconventional. It’s simple police Intel.

How they work

… the system will make it easier to identify expired validation tags, especially at night. And [it] can also serve as an investigative tool, allowing police, for example, to scan certain areas in search of a stolen vehicle or amber alert situation”

http://www.nugget.ca/2014/06/25/opp-use-cameras-to-scan-plates

We can verify that cities between Niagara Falls, all the way to North Bay have use of these devices. Whether mounted on police cars, or simply mounted to a pole at a busy intersection. It is no secret that the authorities use these devices. Some people will argue that the use of these devices is only restricted to man operated police cruisers, and the notion of them being on street corners mounted to poles – is an American ‘police state’ inspired myth. However, research shows that this is simply not the case.

‘Special cameras are mounted on police vehicles or on poles in certain areas of town that have the ability to scan about 3,000 licence plates per hour.’

http://www.niagarafallsreview.ca/2014/02/04/opp-cameras-scanning-licence-plates

How ALRP Works 2

Fact is, they (Local Authorities, OPP & RCMP) had them for YEARS. Next time your’e at a major intersection in your area. Look up. It’s not just a camera, it is equipped with plate recognition technology that is used in conjunction with the scanning data base – all automatically, and gathers data and alerts police of at risk drivers, people with prior chargers, people on bail, house arrest, ect, ect.

It’s NOT new, and ALL major local police. Including Ottawa Regional, Including the OPP, including the RCMP – have them. They exist from Niagara Falls to Northbay to Ottawa and London. All over the province, not “just on the 407″ as some will argue.

Further…

IPC

“While ALPR (Automated License Plate Recognition) systems generally do not film vehicle occupants — their focus is on the licence plates of vehicles — associated cameras could be configured to capture images of all drivers and passengers, as well as vehicle licence plates. ALPR systems — whether they are focused on licence plates or enhanced to create a more detailed record of a vehicle and its occupants — MAY BE DEPLOYED OPENLY FROM A STATIONARY PLATFORM SUCH AS A POLE, or mounted on a vehicle such as a marked police cruiser. Nonetheless, in many circumstances, they may operate in an opaque manner that may go unnoticed by much of the effected public.”

Information And Privacy Commissioner, Ontario Canada – June 2013http://www.ipc.on.ca/images/Resources/pbd-surveillance.pdf

There is multiple cases over the past few years where they have traced the location of a vehicle using the pole cameras. The Tim Bosma murder, the Loretta Saunders murder, ect.

“The system is capable of scanning for specific licence plates during an amber alert when a child is missing and there is a suspect vehicle description.”

New Licence Plate Scanning Technology

http://blackburnnews.com/chatham/chatham-news/2014/05/26/new-licence-plate-scanning-technology/

In an ongoing debate, to finally silence the deniers. I took the time to locate two plate scanners in my city using Google Earth.


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I hope this gives a better idea of how widely used this technology is. This is the Greater City Of Sudbury 400kms away from the 407. Plate scanners in full use.

Anyone can figure it out for themselves, if you disagree – go for a ride around your town with no license plate on your car and see how fast you get pulled over. But yet in the Nation’s Capital we have this man driving around for a reported 24hrs between Ottawa and Montreal without being stopped once. We know there is plate scanners all over every major city in Canada. Even in smaller cities at main intersection. We know these scanners help aid the police in their communications centers as to the whereabouts of certain individuals with prior chargers or travel restrictions such as someone on probation, or conditions of release.

So the fact that this guy was able to drive around for so long in the nations capital, when police and intelligence were already on high alert. Is just incomprehensible. This all begs the question – How was this drug addicted, homeless man, with a known criminal record able to evade intelligence agencies and police and able to carry out such a monumental attack on the capital ?? Incompetence ?? Complacency ??

In closing.

If you feel that this was that of incompetence or complacency, you are not alone.

Oct 23rd, 2014
Ron Atkey is a law professor at Osgoode Hall at York University where he teaches national security law. He was also the first chair of the Security Intelligence Review Committee – an independent agency of the government that oversees CSIS.

Via Audio

4:47′

Ron Atkey: “I always think of terms of trying to prevent something before it happens, through good security intelligence and the question that raised in my mind. Is our security agencies working in cooperation with the police, had information about these individuals – why didn’t they prevent it ?? How did CSIS miss them ?? they are supposed to be the people who have all the information, about people on watch lists. And taking into account certain things that can be passed onto the police to prevent from it occurring. Prevention is always better than after the event.”

7:15′

Anna Maria Termonti: “Now the legislation that the government had been poised to bring in yesterday, or to uh atleast introduce yesterday – would have done some of that, would it not have ??”

Ron Atkey: “Yes, its very ironic, they wanna bring in the powers that are necessary. The very acts, they are trying to prevent, occur.”

http://www.cbc.ca/thecurrent/episode/2014/10/23/after-an-attack-on-ottawas-parliament-hill-canadas-efforts-to-fight-homegrown-terror-will-change-say/

Said it before, and we’ll say it again, the writing is on the wall folks. God bless.

Former CSIS Watch Dog – “Why didn’t they prevent it ?? How did CSIS miss them ??”

Oct 23rd, 2014
Ron Atkey is a law professor at Osgoode Hall at York University where he teaches national security law. He was also the first chair of the Security Intelligence Review Committee – an independent agency of the government that oversees CSIS.

Via Audio

4:47′

Ron Atkey: “I always think of terms of trying to prevent something before it happens, through good security intelligence and the question that raised in my mind. Is our security agencies working in cooperation with the police, had information about these individuals – why didn’t they prevent it ?? How did CSIS miss them ?? they are supposed to be the people who have all the information, about people on watch lists. And taking into account certain things that can be passed onto the police to prevent from it occurring. Prevention is always better than after the event.”

7:15′

Anna Maria Termonti: “Now the legislation that the government had been poised to bring in yesterday, or to uh atleast introduce yesterday – would have done some of that, would it not have ??”

Ron Atkey: “Yes, its very ironic, they wanna bring in the powers that are necessary. The very acts, they are trying to prevent, occur.”

http://www.cbc.ca/thecurrent/episode/2014/10/23/after-an-attack-on-ottawas-parliament-hill-canadas-efforts-to-fight-homegrown-terror-will-change-say/

Was the Parliament Shooting a PsyOp, False Flag or just simple intelligence incompetence ??

“Psychological Operations (PSYOPS) are planned operations to convey selected information and indicators to audiences to influence their emotions, motives, objective reasoning, and ultimately the behavior of governments, organizations, groups, and individuals.”

Department Of Defense – Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms

What we know so far is, both the Montreal and Ottawa suspects were under intelligence watch and even revoked both of their passports in the past 18 months. What did they expect was going to happen ?? Seems like a bit of incompetence, complacency and possible compliance. Harper announced the day after the attack that they are fast tracking a new CSIS act that will allow them to do just that. Oh the irony. Also, my ‘incompetence and complacent’ line is also borrowed from a spokesperson from SIRC (special intelligence review committee) who used those same words in an interview with CBC radio the night of the Ottawa attack.

Also

New anti-terror tracking measures will address ‘black hole’: CSIS
http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/new-anti-terror-tracking-measures-will-address-black-hole-csis-1.2800404

This was posted on Oct 16th. Days before even the first attack in south east Montreal. Some MPs and political constitutional lawyers were opposed to it and figured it wouldn’t pass. I’m sure it will pass now.

Harper even said it himself yesterday in his opening statement to the house of commons: 23 October 2014

“… “Last week, our Government proposed amendments to the legislation under which the Canadian Security Intelligence Service operates. And as you know, Mr. Speaker, in recent weeks I’ve been saying that our laws and police powers need to be strengthened in the area of surveillance, attention and arrest. They need to be much strengthened and I assure you, Mr. Speaker, that work which is already underway will be expedited.”
http://pm.gc.ca/eng/news/2014/10/23/statement-prime-minister-canada#sthash.bYtuunr5.dpuf

It’s called the Hegelian dialectic. Problem. Action. Solution.

The writing is on the wall. It’s happened before in other countries. Even our own. “The Toronto 18” plot was foiled only because it was actually completely controlled by the RCMP. Mubin Shaikh (an RCMP special agent) posed as a terrorist recruiter inside Canada for over a year and had a training facility operating in Orillia. The only reason they foiled the plot was because one of his recruits ended up contacting another RCMP special agent posing as a middle eastern arms dealer and tried to buy 3 tons of ammonium nitrate fertilizer.

“There was not any imminent danger to the public, as a harmless substance was substituted for the ordered ammonium nitrate and delivered to the men by INSET officers in a sting operation.”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_Ontario_terrorism_plot

No conspiracy theory. Just co-intel operations for the purpose of political leverage. Again, it is called the Hegalian Dialectic.

There are 3 layers to the Hegelian Dialect.

#1 It happened – And they used it as political leverage.
(Complacency)

#2 They let it happen – And they used it as political leverage.
(Incompetence & Complacency)

#3 They made it happen – And they used it as political leverage.
(Compliance, Incompetence & Complacency)

Only until you get to the third level where you see ‘compliance’ do you enter into the realm of “Conspiracy”

Pick your argument. Gather the evidence and shape a theory. Not the other way around. The scientific method.

We can already prove #1 and #2 happened.

No conspiracy. Just politics.

However. We can begin to speculate the possibility that #3 happened.

Specifically what troubles me is the amount of conflicting reports of multiple gunmen, a police chase than ensued from the Rideau Center, and a masked gunman on a motor bike. All of which was later denied by the RCMP – even though numerous published reports of eye witnesses that coincide with these incidents that ‘didn’t happen’

But that’s a whole other speculative argument that goes from police ‘complacency’ to police ‘compliance’

Also there is numerous reports from non-canadian media websites that Zehaf-Bibeau’s father was a Libyan Rebel in 2011.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/10/23/Report-Ottawa-Shooter-s-Father-Appears-to-Have-Been-Rebel-Fighter-in-Libya

Who funded the Libyan Rebels in 2011 ?? NATO, which Canada is a member of. Follow the money. You’ll find the source of who’s radicalizing these people. The Libyan Rebels that were funded by NATO went on to Syria and then Iraq to create what we now know as ISIS.

The writing is on the wall folks. No conspiracy theory here.

Another possible ‘radicalist attacker’ – this time in New York City

Today in broad daylight a man armed with a hatchet attacked two police officers from behind in Queens, NYC.

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A rookie police officer was struck in the head by a man wielding a hatchet in the New York City borough of Queens Thursday, in an assault that has police checking for any ties to terror organizations or whether the attack could have been inspired by Wednesday’s lone-wolf attack in Canada.

Source: NBC News

An NBC report is claiming that the alleged attacker ‘Zale Thompson’ graduated Columbia University, and served in the Navy.

Thompson, 32, lived in Queens Village, once served in the Navy and attended Teacher’s College at Columbia University from 2009 to 2010 but left before earning a degree. He had a Facebook conversation recently with a man on the subject of terrorism, police sources said. That man, Frank Sha Francois, 49, told the Daily News that they did talk about terrorism but denounced it in all its hideous forms.

“We spoke against all aspects of any type of terrorism — foreign terrorism, domestic terrorism, terrorism committed by groups and by governments. Any act of violence where innocent lives are spilled, we spoke against that,” Francois said.

“He never expressed to me, that I could recall, that he would do anything violent. Yes, he said there were things that needed to be done — nonviolent, collective action …. He said the people can’t take up arms against law enforcement; it would be suicide.”

Source: NY Daily News

Police say they have not ruled out links to ‘radical extremism.’ However a quick search on social media shows that the suspects’ Facebook page has links to extremism. Here are some images from the reported attacker’s Facebook page:

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Is Ebola a bio-weapon ?? Many reputable people would say yes.

On the brink of what is another confirmed case of Ebola in the United States, this blog is going to attempt give a critical observation of the events leading up to the outbreak in West Africa, and the true source of this advanced virus.

Multiple sources have revealed there were chemical warfare researchers working for Tulane University and Fort Detrick who were “coincidentally” doing research in West Africa in the years before this latest outbreak happened.

This is a call for an immediate, thorough, and independent investigation of Tulane University researchers (see here and here) and their Fort Detrick associates in the US biowarfare research community, who have been operating in West Africa during the past several years.

The research program, occurring in Sierra Leone, the Republic of Guinea, and Liberia—said to be the epicenter of the 2014 Ebola outbreak—has the announced purpose, among others, of detecting the future use of fever-viruses as bioweapons.

Source: What are US biowar researchers doing in the Ebola zone? – Jon Rappoport

The ‘spread’ has consistently targeted areas that sit on large oil reserves. It has also provided a perfect pretext for the incursion of U.S. troops in the African continent, a longtime goal of the U.S. foreign policy.

“Dr. Cyril Broderick, A Liberian scientist and a former professor of Plant Pathology at the University of Liberia’s College of Agriculture and Forestry says the West, particularly the U.S. is responsible for the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Dr. Broderick claims the following in an exclusive article published in the Daily Observer based in Monrovia, Liberia. He wrote the following:”

“The US Department of Defense (DoD) is funding Ebola trials on humans, trials which started just weeks before the Ebola outbreak in Guinea and Sierra Leone. The reports continue and state that the DoD gave a contract worth $140 million dollars to Tekmira, a Canadian pharmaceutical company, to conduct Ebola research. This research work involved injecting and infusing healthy humans with the deadly Ebola virus. Hence, the DoD is listed as a collaborator in a “First in Human” Ebola clinical trial (NCT02041715, which started in January 2014 shortly before an Ebola epidemic was declared in West Africa in March.”

Source: U.S. is Responsible for the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa: Liberian Scientist – GlobalResearch.ca

Also the Russian governmental news agency known as ‘RT’ reported on October 21st that the United States refused to make a direct promise to German health authorities that they would not weaponize Ebola.

“The United States has withheld assurances from Germany that the Ebola virus – among other related diseases – would not be weaponized in the event of Germany exporting it to the US Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases.”

Source: US Army withheld promise from Germany that Ebola virus wouldn’t be weaponized – RT.COM

Ebola virus disease (EVD; also Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) or simply Ebola is a disease of humans and other primates caused by ebolaviruses, a virological taxon included in the family Filoviridae, order Mononegavirales. The five known virus species are named for the region where each was originally identified: Bundibugyo ebolavirus, Reston ebolavirus, Sudan ebolavirus, Taï Forest ebolavirus (originally Côte d’Ivoire ebolavirus), and Zaire ebolavirus. The Signs and symptoms typically start between two days and three weeks after contracting the virus, with a fever, sore throat, muscle pain and headaches. Then, vomiting, diarrhea and rash usually follows, along with decreased function of the liver and kidneys. At this time, generally, some people begin to bleed both internally and externally. Death, if it occurs, is typically six to sixteen days after symptoms appear and is often due to low blood pressure from fluid loss.

The first known outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) was identified only after the fact, occurring between June and November 1976 in Nzara, South Sudan.

More news as it comes out…