Visions of a Freeman - September 17, 2013
AP and FoxNews trying to frame me, again.

You're going down - Sick Puppies

Take a look at this:
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/09/17/vet-in-navy-yard-shooting-fired-gun-into-neighbor-apartment-in-fort-worth-in/?intcmp=trending
Vet in Navy Yard shooting had troubled past
Published September 17, 2013
FoxNews.com

Aaron Alexis, the Navy vet suspected in the killing of 12 people at Washington’s Navy Yard, had a troubled past that included two previous arrests involving shootings and a "history of misconduct" in the Navy.

Alexis, who friends described as a convert to Buddhism, was arrested in Fort Worth in 2010 after firing a gun into his neighbor's apartment, leaving her "terrified," according to a police report.

In addition, he was arrested in 2004 in Seattle for shooting out the tires of a construction worker's car in an incident he later described as "an anger-fueled blackout."

He also told Seattle police he had witnessed the Sep. 11, 2001 terrorist attack and "how these events had disturbed him," according to a police report.

Alexis' father told police in 2004 his son had participated in rescue efforts during 9/11 and had suffered post traumatic stress disorder. This could not be independently confirmed.

A former neighbor of Alexis' family in Queens, N.Y. told Fox News, "I'm shocked and appalled. My heart goes out to those families. I guess you never know who lives next to you."

She said he seemed like a typical, polite boy when he and his siblings lived with their mother in the Flushing neighborhood.

Gene Demby, of Philadelphia, who said he dated one of Alexis' younger sisters at the time, told the Associated Press Alexis and his two younger sisters had a difficult relationship with their father, who divorced their mother in the mid-1990s.

"I wouldn't call him nice, but he seemed harmless, if really awkward," said Demby, the lead writer for NPR's Code Switch blog about race and culture. "He was insecure. He was like a barbershop conspiracy theorist, the kind of guy who believes he's smarter than everyone else. He also was kind of like perpetually aggrieved, but not megalomaniacal or delusional."

Hewlett Packard issued a statement Monday night saying that at the time of the shootings, Alexis worked for The Experts, a subcontractor on an HP Enterprise Services contract to refresh equipment used on the Navy Marine Corps Intranet network.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, which offers online courses in aviation and aerospace, confirmed that Alexis was enrolled as an online student via its Fort Worth campus, started classes in July 2012 and was pursuing a bachelor's of science in aeronautics.

"We are cooperating fully with investigating officials," the university said.

Fox News has learned from a source familiar with the investigation that they are searching Alexis' social media footprint. So far, they have found no presence associated with the shooter on Facebook or Twitter and a LinkedIn account, which showed his biographical data as a reservist, was deleted shortly before his name became public.
Alexis, 34, who died in a firefight with police, was a former aviation electrician’s mate who once won a Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, according to Navy biographical data.

Officials said Monday there were no indications he was connected to terrorism, though his name was being run through various databases maintained by the Department of Homeland Security and National Counterterrorism Center.

In December 2009, an Amazon user named "Aaron Alexis" added eight items to his wish list, including cartridges, a pistol and a rifle, Fox News confirmed.

Alexis' biographical data from the Navy gave his home of record as New York City. He enlisted May 5, 2007 and was an aviation electrician’s mate 3rd class/AE3.He spent time in Texas and Illinois before leaving the service in January 2011.

It was not immediately clear why he left or whether he was voluntarily discharged. A senior defense official told Fox News he had a "history of misconduct."

While in the Navy, he was awarded the National Defense Service Medal and Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
After leaving the reserves, Alexis worked as a waiter and delivery driver at the Happy Bowl Thai restaurant in White Settlement, a suburb of Fort Worth, Afton Bradley, a former co-worker, told the Associated Press. The two overlapped for about eight months before Alexis left in May, Bradley said.

Having traveled to Thailand, Alexis learned some Thai and could speak to Thai customers in their native language.
"He was a very nice person," Bradley said in a phone interview. "It kind of blows my mind away. I wouldn't think anything bad at all."

A former acquaintance, Oui Suthametewakul, said Alexis lived with him and his wife from August 2012 to May 2013 in Fort Worth, but that they had to part ways because he wasn't paying his bills. Alexis was a "nice guy," Suthametewakul said, though he sometimes carried a gun and would frequently complain about being the victim of discrimination.

Suthametewakul said Alexis had converted to Buddhism and prayed at a local Buddhist temple.

"We are all shocked. We are nonviolent. Aaron was a very good practitioner of Buddhism. He could chant better than even some of the Thai congregants," said Ty Thairintr, a congregant at Wat Budsaya, a Buddhist temple in Fort Worth.

Thairintr said Alexis told him he was upset with the Navy because "he thought he never got a promotion because of the color of his skin. He hated his commander."

As Thairintr and others at the temple understood, Alexis took a job as a contractor and he indicated to them he was going to go to Virginia. He last saw him five weeks ago.

"He was a very devoted Buddhist. There was no tell-tale sign of this behavior," Thairintr said.

In the Fort Worth incident in 2010, a woman who lived above Alexis reported she was sitting in a chair when she heard a loud pop and saw smoke and dust along with a hole in her floor only feet from where she was sitting, according to police report. She also said Aaron had recently confronted her in the parking lot about making too much noise.

The responding officer said she was "terrified" of Alexis. He told the officer he had been cleaning his gun when it went off.

According to the Seattle case summary report, on May 6, 2004, Alexis fired three rounds from a Glock 30 .45 caliber pistol at a car belonging to construction workers building a new residence next to his home, damaging both rear tires and wheels. The owner of the car told police that “neither prior provocation nor words were exchanged between he and Alexis.”

An FBI press release asked anyone with any information about Alexis to contact them immediately.

Fox News' Jana Winter, Perry Chiaramonte, Jennifer Griffin, and the Associated Press contributed to this report

All the words I have marked in a different style in the text ABOVE are all in some way directly or indirectly related to me.

Observe:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2013_Department_of_Justice_investigations_of_reporters
Associated Press

On May 13, 2013, the Associated Press announced telephone records for 20 of their reporters during a two-month period in 2012 had been subpoenaed by the Justice Department. AP reported the Justice Department would not say why it sought the records, but news sources noted the US Attorney's office for the District of Columbia was conducting a criminal investigation into a May 7, 2012, AP story about a CIA operation which prevented the Yemeni terrorist Fahd al-Quso's plot to detonate an explosive device on a commercial flight. The DOJ did not direct subpoenas to the Associated Press; instead, the subpoenas were issued to their telephone providers, including Verizon Wireless.

The AP claimed these acts were a "massive and unprecedented intrusion" into news-gathering operations. Gary Pruitt, CEO of the Associated Press stated: "These records potentially reveal communications with confidential sources across all of the newsgathering activities undertaken by the AP during a two-month period, provide a road map to AP's newsgathering operations and disclose information about AP's activities and operations that the government has no conceivable right to know."

The US Attorney's office in Washington responded that federal investigators seek records from news outlets only after making "every reasonable effort to obtain information through alternative means." Verizon neither challenged the subpoena nor did it try to alert the journalists whose records were being requested. Debra Lewis, Verizon Wireless spokeswoman, said the company "complies with legal processes for requests for information by law enforcement."

AP's activities and operations that the government has no conceivable right to know.

The Justice Department has the right to know ANYTHING from any law abiding citizen because no one is above the law. Well, AP obviously has no idea about that...

Writing about "Massive and unprecedented intrusions", observe this:
http://www.ap.org/Index/AP-In-The-News/NYPD
AP’s Probe Into NYPD Intelligence Operations

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What's the CIA doing at NYPD? Depends whom you ask
2011 -- WASHINGTON (AP) — Three months ago, one of the CIA's most experienced clandestine operatives started work inside the New York Police Department. His title is special assistant to the deputy commissioner of intelligence. On that much, everyone agrees

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Document shows NYPD eyed Shiites based on religion
2012 -- The New York Police Department recommended increasing surveillance of thousands of Shiite Muslims and their mosques, based solely on their religion, as a way to sweep the Northeast for signs of Iranian terrorists, according to interviews and a newly

NYPD monitored Muslim students all over Northeast
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NYPD built secret files on mosques outside NY
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Documents: NY police infiltrated liberal groups
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Directly from the AP news site...

What in the world has AP doing doing espionage on Police Intelligence Operations and why is AP mounting it's own Intelligence Agency?

Simply because it wants to keep a close eye on Police forces like any criminal would. Law Enforcement Agencies do not like that, so they proceed to investigate even deeper, explaining the true reason of why the Justice Department made a special investigation on the intelligence gathering operations of the Associated Press.

The way they do it.
1) They seek the Databases for a person that fits the closest to the profile that they want to frame me in.
2) They proceed to do psychological operations on that person, probably even using drugs for the purpose.
3) The psychological operations would require experts in psychology.
4) After the individual is broken, they proceed to provoke the killings.
5) This fits well into the profile of 2 previous killings, the first one was the "Batman Massacre" where it is known that the victim was indeed under control of a psychology expert and the other was the "Boston Massacre" where the killers were inspired by material that was available in the media.
6) If they are not usable but have a profile that looks like me they neutralize the person, such is the case of Lee Thompson Young, a former actor of Disney that had a profile compatible to my own, according to their standards.
7) In order to do this they must have access to Databases of people with mental problems. The rest is simply investigating to see the best subjects to use.
8) There are few agencies in the United States that have access to the mental illness history of patients in the United States but with an internal espionage agency that spies on police just like you saw in the text above it is possible to serve as a tool of police and also have access to Police information or simply have access to the news all around the United States to look for potential victims.

Observe how it happens:
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/09/17/active-shooter-at-washington-navy-yard/
DC gunman was suffering host of mental issues prior to shooting, report says

Published September 17, 2013
FoxNews.com

Navy veteran Aaron Alexis, who killed 12 people at a Navy building in Washington Monday morning, had been suffering a host of serious mental issues, including paranoia and a sleep disorder, law enforcement officials told the Associated Press.

Alexis had been hearing voices in his head and had been treated since August by the Veterans Administration for his mental problems, the officials said. They spoke on condition of anonymity because the criminal investigation in the case was continuing.

What they want.
1) They want to frame me so in case that I do appear to the general public I will be related to a mass murderer, which will then be the way they would call me.
2) They want to frame me as a criminal mastermind.
3) They want to stop any legitimization of my work by making a pre-emptive attack on it.
4) The effort has to be renewed in order to keep the wall of fear so new massacres are needed in order to maintain the framing as strong as possible.
5) There is a lot of money involved in the process of trying to frame me since the mass massacres also produce millions of dollars to the criminal media so it's a double good deal for them.

Why they do it.
1) Because control of pornographic culture hurts their earnings and pleasures.
2) Because any regulation to protect children hurts their earnings.
3) Because eliminating the crime circus would mean a substantial loss in earnings from the criminal media.
4) Because transparency in the media at an Academic level would show all their lies.
5) Because Open Academic Media is a threat to their profits.
6) Because the castles of junk they have created would be deemed worthless if better media appeared and was sponsored by Academy (this is specially true for FoxNews).
7) Because news agencies would receive less income if an Academic Network surfaces.
8) Because the credibility of the media would be severely hurt if it was subject to accountability systems.
9) Because media often shows it's interests as the political interest of a country, even if they openly say at another time that they are not part of the political system or any of the political parties, which is the case for FoxNews and it explains why I call them the "Murdochians", since they say they are Independent from the Democrats and the Republicans but have to serve the will of the non democratic tyranny of Rupert Murdoch or else they are simply fired.
10) Because ANY media in the world that even THINKS it can be over the laws and academy of any nation is in the TRIBalance automatically a SLAVERY MEDIA and SLAVERS do not like people to see their crimes, let alone question their actions.
11) Simply put: I am fighting against slavery and they are slavers. Nothing new really, same old fight that has extended for thousands of years.
12) It all comes down to this: The criminal and corrupt people fear and attack any effort to impose transparency & accountability in society because it hurts their criminal profits.

What will happen.
1) Since the media is made of sensationalism then they will need to renew the framing, so we can expect more mass massacres in the near future including the framing of social movements like the Occupy Wall Street movement for example.
2) More people will be hunted down simply because they have a profile that looks like what they want me to be.
3) Exposing society to so much crime raises the violence level of society thus increasing crime and the consumption of drugs.
4) Internet and Academies will not cease to evolve, specially considering that there is a serious morality epidemic that threatens the entire system and that other countries are making active changes to their systems.

What should everyone do?

Accelerate the implementation of Academic Media & contribute to it while not viewing and boycotting criminal media that profits and even make a fortune from horrendous crimes.

They will try to kill more people, I do not doubt if for a second, specially to try to stop activists for the "Green Media Movement" which is just Open Academic Media that does not profit from crime. Not that they truly believe they are going to win, it's just that they want to preserve their grotesque privileges for as long as possible.

Conclusion.

The people that most benefit from those massacres are also the people that are the most interested in framing me.

The idea that media should not profit from crime is enough for them to defend their "business" killing more people in the process as mass murders are their most lucrative form of income.

That is the consequence of not having Academic Media as the entire society collapses for the profit of a few criminals.

ANY other crimes under this scheme that I see will be listed in my site to make me stronger and enforce the call for the urgent need for honest open media, thus they are really just wasting their time and incrementing my power and speed.

I don't see what is the point of throwing nuclear weapons at a sun... *Laugh* But they always thought that death was the ultimate solution to EVERYTHING, well, they are in for a BIG SURPRISE, they have just made me a LOT STRONGER and they seem like they will keep feeding me with power even if I of course do not want any more deaths to be used as a failed attempt to frame me, while actually multiplication the power of my purpose...

If I see more cases as evident as that one I will add it to my site just to remind people of the social emergency and the urgency to fight the tyranny of media slavery in order to avoid a complete collapse of society.

No I am not happy that they make me stronger every time they throw rockets to a sun... Nobody should be happy that media even has the possibility to do so, let alone be the main beneficiary of the worst human tragedies...

You have a responsibility with the issue, if you want to claim your Human Rights.

We all have to take legal, serious and decent media seriously, if we want to be treated correctly and with dignity.

They throw rockets to the sun and all they do is crash and burn.

Not very bright folks, not very bright, what a way to waste their time. Must be the first time they ever met a Cosmos like me, they simply can't understand that no light escapes a Black Hole, or even a society that wants to be decent and be treated in a decent way.

You want the best, you deserve the best, so you support what is best and safer for you. Simple really.

If I do see any more failed and useless (for them) attempts to frame me like that I will include it for historical purposes and also to increase the pressure on the implementation of Academia media.

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