Saturday, August 18, 2012

Obama orders Pentagon to massacre Darlington SC 'just like Falluja Iraq'

The Civil War of 2016: U.S. military officers are told to plan to fight Americans

The Washington Times
7 August 2012

Imagine Tea Party extremists seizing control of a South Carolina town and the Army being sent in to crush the rebellion. This farcical vision is now part of the discussion in professional military circles.

At issue is an article in the respected Small Wars Journal titled Full Spectrum Operations in the Homeland: A ‘Vision’ of the Future. It was written by retired Army Col. Kevin Benson of the Army's University of Foreign Military and Cultural Studies at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and Jennifer Weber, a Civil War expert at the University of Kansas. It posits an “extremist militia motivated by the goals of the ‘tea party’ movement” seizing control of Darlington, S.C., in 2016, “occupying City Hall, disbanding the city council and placing the mayor under house arrest.” The rebels set up checkpoints on Interstate 95 and Interstate 20 looking for illegal aliens. It’s a cartoonish and needlessly provocative scenario.

The article is a choppy patchwork of doctrinal jargon and liberal nightmare. The authors make a quasi-legal case for military action and then apply the Army’s Operating Concept 2016-2028 to the situation. They write bloodlessly that “once it is put into play, Americans will expect the military to execute without pause and as professionally as if it were acting overseas.” They claim that “the Army cannot disappoint the American people, especially in such a moment,” not pausing to consider that using such efficient, deadly force against U.S. citizens would create a monumental political backlash and severely erode government legitimacy.

The vision is hard to take seriously. As retired ArmyBrig. Gen. Russell D. Howard, a former professor at West Point, observed earlier in his career, “I am a colonel, colonels write a lot of crazy stuff, but no one listens to colonels, so I don’t see the problem.” Twenty years ago, then-Air Force Lt. Col. Charles J. Dunlap Jr. created a stir with an article in Parameters titled “The Origins of the American Military Coup of 2012.” It carried a disclaimer that the coup scenario was “purely a literary device intended to dramatize my concern over certain contemporary developments affecting the armed forces, and is emphatically not a prediction.”

The scenario presented in Small Wars Journal isn’t a literary device but an operational lay-down intended to present the rationale and mechanisms for Americans to fight Americans. Col. Benson and Ms. Weber contend, “Army officers are professionally obligated to consider the conduct of operations on U.S. soil.” This is a dark, pessimistic and wrongheaded view of what military leaders should spend their time studying.

A professor at the Joint Forces Staff College was relieved of duty in June for uttering the heresy that the United States is at war with Islam. The Obama administration contended the professor had to be relieved because what he was teaching was not U.S. policy. Because there is no disclaimer attached to the Small Wars piece, it is fair to ask, at least in Col. Benson’s case, whether his views reflect official policy regarding the use of U.S. military force against American citizens.

UPDATE: The standard Defense Department disclaimer was added to the article after The Washington Times drew attention to the omission.

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Given a combat situation and you are faced with the following:

7. Observing a member of your force about to perform an illegal action.
8. Receiving an order to perform an illegal action.


1. Perform combat operations using lawful weapons and tactics, and engaging only lawful targets.
2. Treat all captives, civilians, and their property saccording to the law of war.
3. Take appropriate action when faced with violations of the law of war or illegal orders.


1. Perform your combat mission using lawful weapons and tactics, and attack only lawful targets.
(b) Unlawful tactics include... using enemy marked vehicles and uniforms during combat, and booby trapping dead or wounded personnel.
(c) Attack only combat targets. Use the firepower necessary to accomplish your mission but avoid needless destruction.

(2) Undefended civilian buildings are not combat targets.

2. Treat captives, civilians, and property on the battlefield according to the law of war.
(a) Allow enemy soldiers to surrender.
(1) Protect them from acts of violence, intimidation and sexual abuse. (2) Safeguard captives from the violence of cambat. Captives may not be used as shileds, screens, to claer mines or booby traps, or as hostages.

(b) Treat all civilians humanely. Treat them as you would want to be treated.
(1) Do not use physical force or mental coercion on civilians. Protect them from acts of violence, intimidation and sexual abuse.

3. Identify violations of law or illegal orders and try to stop them. Report all violations by friendly or enemy troops.
(a) Violations of law of war are criminal acts. They are punishable under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
(b) If you believe the law of war is being violated, do your best to stop it.
(1) Clarify unclear orders by repeating what you believe to be your correct orders.
(2) State that you disagree with the act.
(3) Use moral arguements.
(4) Threaten to report the act.
(5) Ask the senior soldier to stop the act.
(6) Refuse to obey an order to commit a criminal act.

(c) If the act is done or the criminal order is not withdrawn, immediately report the act or order through your chain of command. If the chain of command is not appropriate (such as when a member of the chain of command is suspected of committing a criminal act), report it to the Inspector General (IG), provost marshall, chaplan, or a Judge Advocate General Corps (JAG) officer. You must report all war crimes no matter who commits them. Crimes committed by the enemy must also be reported.

Rule 916
(d) - Obedience to orders.
It is a defense to any offense that the accused was acting pursuant to orders unless the accused knew the orders to be unlawful or a person of ordinary sense and understanding would have known the orders to be unlawful.
(k) Lack of mental responsibility.
(C) Determination.
The issue of mental responsibility shall not be considered as an interlocutory question.
(l) Not defenses generally.
(1) Ignorance or mistake of law.
Ignorance or mistake of law, including general orders or regulations, ordinarily is not a defense.
On the other hand, reliance on the advice of counsel that a certain course of conduct is legal is not, of itself, a defense.
-Manual for Courts Martial, Uniform Code of Military Justice

Rule 307. Preferral of charges
(a) Who may prefer charges.
Any person subject to the code may prefer charges.
(b) How charges are preferred; oath.
A person who prefers charges must:
(1) Sign the charges and specifications under oath before a commissioned officer of the armed forces authorized to administer oaths; and
(2) State that the signer has personal knowledge of or has investigated the matters set forth in the charges and specifications and that they are true in fa t to the best of that person ’s knowledge and belief.
(c) How to allege offenses.
(1) In general.
The format of charge and specification is used to allege violations of the code.
( 2 ) Charge .
A charge states t h e article of the code, law of war, or local penal law of an occupied territory which the accused is alleged to have violated.
(3) Specification.
A specification is a plain, concise, and definite statement of the essential facts constituting the offense charged. A specification is sufficient if it alleges every element of the charged offense expressly or by necessary implication. No particular format is required.
-Manual for Courts Martial

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Sons of Anarchy premier on 9/11

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Tale of the Dragon: Killboy's Civil War destroys Tennessee Highway Patrol

"It is Killboy who starts what becomes billions of dollars in destruction and a political struggle that ends up all the up to the Oval Office of the White House over a simple bet. And the bet was not a hefty sum of money—but just an average hot dog that would become responsible for starting a war in America."
-Chapter X: Killboy Joins the Chase
DEALS GAP, TENN. -- Rick Stevens—a rebellious loner whose NASCAR dreams have fallen short—falls victim to the governor’s plans to run for President of the United States. Governor Wellington Royce of Tennessee relies on support from the Fraternal Order of Police to catapult him into The White House. Royce beefs up the police presence on The Great Smoky Mountains’ highways, and offers incentives to those generating citations from tourists. Thrown in jail, abused, and setup, Rick Stevens accepts an offer from the governor’s political enemies to declare war on the Tennessee Highway Patrol. With twenty million dollars, Rick builds the car of his dreams and wreaks havoc in what will become the greatest car chase in history. The car chase becomes a journey of self-discovery and new found romance as a gauntlet of guns, missiles, and the might of the military wait for him at the finish line. The treachery of politics proves more sinister than even death. By the way, the Blount County Courthouse you see in the background [starring the Dragonater beating THP in court] is the same courthouse that the action in my novel takes place. Sometimes the truth is wilder than fiction, unless you make it “faction.”

To: Dragonaters

"I ran across your site while looking for videos to support an article I wrote about The Dragon and the cops that raid it looking for extra taxation by way of fines. I have a book about the issue coming out in September. It sounds like we have a lot in common. I love what you're doing in Tennessee. Keep it up!"
-Rich Hoffman, author of Tail of the Dragon

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Pentagon report: Obama orders US military to massacre Darlington SC 'just like Falluja Iraq' in Civil War of 2016

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Friday, August 17, 2012

Pigs strip mom, remove tampon in public during traffic stop

Florida mom claims cop 'forcibly' removed her tampon during traffic stop

By Sevil Omer, NBC News

A Florida sheriff’s department is denying a woman's claim that she was strip-searched in public and had her tampon “forcibly” removed by a female officer during a 2011 traffic stop with her children in the car.

Leila Tarantino filed a lawsuit on Aug. 3 in U.S. District Court in Florida's Ocala County against the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office. She alleges she was not only frisked but that a female officer removed her tampon during a roadside search on July 17.

The lawsuit names Citrus County Sheriff Jeffrey J. Dawsey and six officers, referred to as “John Doe Officers 1-5” and “Jane Doe Officer,” as defendants.

The sheriff's office denied claims.

“The Citrus County Sheriff’s Office wants to go on record as saying the allegations made in this lawsuit are not only ludicrous, but completely untrue,” it said in a statement released to NBC News on Monday. “No strip search was conducted, and the plaintiff’s tampon was never forcibly removed by any deputy.”

Tarantino alleges that she was pulled over by an officer in Beverly Hills, Fla., after she had stopped at a stop sign on South Columbus Street. She said her two children were passengers in the vehicle at the time of the alleged 4 p.m. incident.

She accuses the officer of pulling her over, pointing a gun at her, yanking her out of her vehicle, handcuffing her behind her back, then throwing her in the back of his squad car, according to the lawsuit. Tarantino claims she asked why she had been pulled over and the officer didn’t respond.

She claims she waited in the police cruiser for two hours and when other officers arrived, she was frisked and strip-searched at the side of a busy road, the lawsuit alleges. She said her children had been waiting in the woman's vehicle the entire time. The lawsuit's account:

“During her detention, PLAINTIFF was frisked and strip searched twice at the side of the busy road, in plain view of passers by. During one of the strip searches, PLAINTIFF had a tampon forcibly removed by JANE DOE OFFICER.

"At no point was a drug sniffing dog used to search for contraband,” the lawsuit stated, adding “None of the officers ever found any weapons, drugs, contraband or anything illegal during plaintiff’s detention.”

According to the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office, Tarantino was issued a criminal citation for violation of restrictions on her driver’s license. She also was issued a written warning for rolling through a stop sign.

Tarantino's lawyer, Matthew W. Birk emailed to NBC News the following statement: "This case is currently in litigation and will be tried in a courtroom, not the press. The allegations made by Ms. Tarantino are set forth in the Complaint, which is a public record. Because of the sensitive nature of this matter, Ms. Tarantino will not be available for comment until after her lawsuit concludes.

"This case is currently in litigation and will be tried in a courtroom, not the press. The allegations made by Ms. Tarantino are set forth in the Complaint, which is a public record. Because of the sensitive nature of this matter, Ms. Tarantino will not be available for comment until after her lawsuit concludes."

View Tarantino’s federal lawsuit PDF

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Speeding THP trooper causes another fatal crash

Trooper clocked speeding car just before double-fatal Maryville crash

A speeding vehicle caught the attention of a state trooper on U.S. Highway 411 on Tuesday just seconds before the driver slammed into an oncoming car, killing two people.

The 3:44 p.m. crash on U.S. Highway 411 near the intersection with Binfield Road killed Amelia D. Keown Garton, 16, of Maryville according to a report filed by Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper John Pedigo.

Also killed in the impact was John C. Perkins, 44, also of Maryville.

Perkins was driving a 1999 Chrysler Sebring northbound on U.S. Highway 411 when he passed Pedigo, who was operating radar on the highway. The Sebring was traveling in the fast lane of U.S. Highway 411.

"He had just clocked the vehicle speeding and was attempting to turn around," said Capt. Cheryl Sanders, who commands the Knoxville District of the Tennessee Highway Patrol.

Pedigo had to turn his cruiser around to go after the Sebring and had not yet started to chase the vehicle, Sanders said. The captain was unsure if Pedigo had activated his blue lights or siren to facilitate turning around on the busy roadway.

"He had not initiated a pursuit," Sanders said. "When he (Pedigo) crested the hill, the wreck had already occurred."

Keown Garton was traveling southbound on U.S. Highway 411 in a 1999 Ford Taurus in the fast lane when the Sebring came into her lane, Pedigo noted in his report. Keown Garton was using a seat belt.

The Sebring "crossed the center turn lane and traveled into the fast lane of southbound traffic, striking (the Taurus) head on," Pedigo wrote.

Perkins, who also was using a seat belt, died after being admitted to the University of Tennessee Medical Center, a hospital spokeswoman said this morning.

Pedigo ordered tests on Perkins to determine if alcohol or drugs played a part in the crash. There was no indication of alcohol or drug use by Keown Garton, the trooper stated on the report.

Before Perkins died, Pedigo's initial report stated charges were pending against him.

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Monday, August 13, 2012

Cops rape woman in roadside stripsearch during traffic stop, remove tampon in view of public

Tarantino sues Florida police over strip search

Leila Tarantino was pulled over for rolling through a stop sign last year, but being caught by the cops wasn’t what surprised her. The woman has filed a lawsuit because she claims an officer “forcibly” removed her tampon during a strip search.

Attorneys for Tarantino have filed a civil action suit against the government of Citrus County, Florida, Sheriff Jeffrey Dawsey and six unnamed police officers whom she says were involved in an irregular traffic stop last July that constitutes what they believe is excessive use of force.

According to the claim filed last week in US District Court in Florida, Tarantino was detained by police for around two hours on July 17, 2011 after allegedly disobeying a posted stop sign in Beverly Hills, FL. The woman’s attorneys claim that a cop had originally flagged their client through the sign after she stopped at an intersection, but immediately after she was pulled over by the same officer, who then approached Tarantino’s car at gunpoint.

The claim continues to allege that Tarantino was handcuffed and detained while her children waited in the backseat of her car without ever being charged with a crime. During her detainment, an unnamed Jane Doe officer frisked and strip searched the woman “twice at the side of [a] busy road, in plain view of passersby.”

“During one of the strip searches,” they claim, Tarantino “had a tampon forcibly removed” by the female officer.

“None of the officers had any individualized suspicion” about the plaintiff, her attorneys write, and the “Citrus County Sheriff’s Department had nothing in its policy and procedures manual regarding when and how it is legal and proper for its officer to perform a strip search and its failure to train its officers evinces a deliberate indifference to the constitution rights of Citrus County citizens.”

The attorneys are saying that Tarantino’s rights are violated multiple times during the incident, during which they say she was unreasonably searched and subjected to intrusive, substantial and unwarranted invasions of privacy. They have demanded a jury trial to try and take the matter to course, where they hope to have the defendants charged with battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Monday, August 6, 2012

Court awards Dragonater $6-Billion (yawn)

September 911 Surprise by The Dragonater as seen on History Channel

My family's law firm was on the Dream Team that "won" this case, and I was one of their investigators. When the US Supreme Court ordered that the Bin Ladens and Saudis had immunity for 9/11, the lawyers went to Israel, where Mossad told them to sue Iran. Are you ready for World War 3?

Judge awards 9/11 families $6 billion

1 August 2012

NEW YORK, Aug. 1 (UPI) -- A New York City judge awarded $6 billion to the families of Sept. 11, 2001, terror attack victims in their lawsuit against al-Qaida and parties in Iran.

U.S. Magistrate Frank Maas' Monday ruling was the first to impose civil penalties against those responsible for the 2001 terror plot that killed nearly 3,000 people, the New York Daily News reported.

The $6 billion would be paid out to 110 survivors and the estates of 47 victims, including Victor Saracini, who was the captain of United Airlines Flight 175, which struck the south tower of the World Trade Center.

"It's hard being happy, but I am happy about it," said Saracini's wife, Ellen, of Yardley, Pa. "But it opens up old wounds. We were never in it for a lawsuit. I wanted to know what happened to my husband."

It is unclear whether the plaintiffs will actually receive any money.

Plaintiffs' lawyer Tom Mellon said his legal team may seek the seizure of Iranian state assets overseas.

Last year, U.S. District Judge George Daniels found Iran, its Grand Ayatollah Ali Hosseini Khamenei and the regime's Lebanese client, Hezbollah, aided al-Qaida, Osama bin Laden and the Taliban in the Sept. 11 terror attacks.

Mellon said international seizures are common in the business world, "but in the terror world, this is uncharted territory."

Saracini said she doesn't care about the money.

"I never was in this for the money. I wanted accountability," she said. "The money will never bring back my husband, so I don't care about it."

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Valentino Rossi GyroCam on the Dragon

"This is the teaser video of the upcoming video of Jared Barnes "The Dragon Slayer" running US 129. Stay tuned for the full length video from"

"Do me a favor PJ, go ahead and delete my account off of ETRauschwitz cause apparently it is being ruled by the resurrected likeness of Adolf Hitler. Thanks for a few wonderful years but the fun is gone and the light has dimmed here so on to ETB where freedom of speech is still up held. So **** off and good night *****s."
-Mplaystation, 7347 posts

ETR Nazis ATTACK! - Is it really a public forum when nobody goes there anymore, by ban or by boredom? Is it really fun to be called curse words for actually knowing how to ride, or by mods complaining about curse words? The ethnic cleansing of the Dragon is not only on US129, it's on the ethernet.

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Messiah slays Dragon

Brent Matheson cross Crucifixion Jesus Christ
Preacher man enjoys ice-cold water from The Dragonater and Photos by The Dragonater.

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14 August 2012

DEALS GAP, TENN. -- Brent Matheson carries his cross on US129 "The Dragon".

Brent Matheson cross Crucifixion Jesus Christ

His route began in Englewood, Tennessee, 250 miles away.

Brent Matheson cross Crucifixion Jesus Christ

Blount County deputies illegally banned the preacher from walking on the Dragon.

Brent Matheson cross Crucifixion Jesus Christ

So Matheson walked to Sevierville, to Gatlinburg, through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, crossed Newfound Gap to Cherokee NC, and reached Deals Gap NC via Hellbender NC28. Next stop, Cleveland TN.

Brent Matheson cross Crucifixion Jesus Christ

No cop can stop a real biker from taming the Dragon.

Best way to learn this, is get to know me.I am a God feering man.I Have a goel to have a Owsome Moyor cycle Ministry.I minister threw art,and threw the biker comunity that have been and always will be family to me.With the shade of grace that God gives AKA Sonshlne.
-Brent Matheson Facebook

Journey for the Lord: Man carrying cross along ‘Dragon’ to Pigeon Forge

Maryville Daily Times
4 August 2012

On Friday Brent Matheson bore his own rugged cross down the shoulder of Highway 411. “The Lord told me to build this cross and carry it,” Matheson said. The cross is made from spare wood Matheson found and gutter nails hold the structure together.