Sunday, February 20, 2011

GET READY - A Disturbing Email I Just Received That I Think You Should Read

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By XXXX XXXX on Sunday, February 20, 2011 at 4:59pm.
From a friend: The email below is from a retired California cop to another cop.

From: XXXX XXXX Retired Police Officer.

We now live about 30 miles from Fresno. We are up in the Sierras and Fresno is the first big town we encounter when w...e leave the mountains. We shop there often.I received this from my ex-partner in homicide who is still active in law enforcement circles in the Fresno area. Excuse the language, but don't excuse the facts. Don't give up your guns, and buy extra ammunition if you can find it. Be cautious and alert. Be ready if – God forbid - we need to protect our families and loved ones. If you weren't at Rotary Friday, you missed the only decent speaker we've had in more than a year. LTC John Cotter is the 144th Fighter Wing's anti-terrorism officer. John had a two-part presentation. First part was describing his job as the unit's anti-terrorism officer. Pretty standard stuff. The second part was information that will curl your hair.

A Part-time air guardsman works as a checker at local Von's. Two women in full burkes buy every pre-paid cell phone in the store. Clerk/airman gets to thinking about it. Goes to Cotter and reports incident. Cotter asks store for surveillance video. It’s scary enough that he contacts Fresno FBI.FBI investigates and determines these women have been doing this all over the Valley. Cell phones shipped through Canada to Iraq/Afghanistan where they become triggers for roadside bombs. The Shell station at Peach and Shaw. Every time a local GI goes there in fatigues they are asked specific questions. What is your unit? When are you deploying? How many aircraft are you taking? The F-16s out of Fresno fly CAP for west coast. As such they are the first line of defense so they have the US’s most sophisticated air-to-air missiles. Foreign governments would like to get their hands on those missiles or at least learn how to build them. Also how many we have, etc? Two spy groups are working on it, one based at Fashion Fair Mall (the F-16s take-off pattern) and one based at Sierra Vista Mall (the F-16s landing pattern).Cotter said the rag-heads (but we don't profile) are always probing the base. Two dorks in a pickup show up at the front gate wanting to deliver a package marked Air National Guard, Fresno. No postage, no UPS, no FedEx, no DHL, no nothing. Just a probe. I asked Cotter why we haven't seen anything about this in The Bee, on KMJ, on local TV news. He said they're not interested. Since Friday I've learned of two other things. My brother-in-law Frank, (management at Avaya) had a Muslim tech who took a leave-of-absence for 6 weeks in Afghanistan. After the 6 weeks were up he called from New York requesting an extension. Frank (who does profile) said, you're fired, and called the Fresno FBI who was very interested. Don't know the outcome. A Muslim who owns a liquor store in my former hometown of Kingsburg was constantly bugging customers to buy guns for him. Finally one of the guys I grew up with called the FBI.We are a country at war and the enemy is among us. I don't care what Janet Napolitano says, it's a fight to the death and we should be prepared as possible. Brother-in-law Frank has a theory and I think it may be closer to the truth than Homeland Security wants to admit. There are a certain number (probably a large number) of Muslims among us who are awaiting the trigger date and will begin randomly killing as many of us as they can, sort of a Fort Hood on steroids. I know I'm getting prepared to shoot back. Two items of interest: Sheriff Margaret Mims wants to grant concealed carry permits to all who are qualified. Columnist Jim Boren, among the most bleeding of the bleeding heart liberals, says it's time for Fresno residents to arm themselves.
LOAD up, you can bet this is happening in places other than Fresno.



Anonymous said...

Or you could consider looking into whether it was true or not before suggesting people read it.

Blog Start Date 8/11/09 said...

I verified the story as correct. The story is a bit older than one would like but is factual. I verified it with a reliable retired naval officer who was told the story from the retired police officer who received the email.
Tell me friend is anything in this email that outlandish or unbelievable? I don't think so.

Blog Start Date 8/11/09 said...

By the way snoops is not as reliable as you think. They have connections that are not as I dependent as you may think.