JAG Convicts Former FEMA Boss Brock Long, Part III

JAG Convicts Former FEMA Boss Brock Long, Part III


In the summer of 2017, Hurricane Harvey, a monstrous Category 4 storm, cleaved a path of destruction through the Houston metropolitan area, flooding roads and shattering homes as 130mph winds lashed coastal regions of the Lonestar state. Counties went dark, and lives were ruined. The storm displaced 30,000 residents and caused $124bn in damages, making it the costliest tropical cyclone on record. No sooner had the winds subsided and the rain stopped than FEMA came rolling into town, an estimated 5,000 personnel, among them a throng of armed agents whose assignment had nothing to do with saving lives.

It was the actions of those men that interested Vice Adm. Darse E. Crandall when Brock Long’s military tribunal resumed Wednesday evening.

He addressed the three female officers JAG had picked to hear evidence against Long. “When President Trump heard that FEMA agents had ransacked flooded homes, stolen private property, and were physically and emotionally abusive to a population that was suddenly very vulnerable, he summoned the defendant to the White House and demanded answers. The defendant, naturally, played dumb and said he didn’t know what President Trump was talking about. And when Trump showed him evidence, the defendant blamed it ‘a few rogue agents.’” President Trump gave the defendant a reasonable offer: deliver the responsible parties within a day or pay the price for their crimes himself. We know this as a fact; we have a sworn deposition from President Trump attesting to it.

“Did the defendant hunt down the rogue agents?” Adm. Crandall continued. “No, he did not. Eight hours after seeing Trump, Long was on a flight to Argentina, where he lived until June 19, when he was caught sneaking back into the U.S.”

The admiral took a sip of water. “It would shock me if he’s willing to open his mouth with an explanation.” He paused for 30 seconds, then said, “I guess not.”

Long sat quietly at the defense table, his only comfort a pitcher of water whose ice cubes melted away as quickly as his freedom was. His eyes had stopped following the admiral’s movements and were now closed.

“Or maybe he can explain to this commission what a FEMA barge is,” the admiral said.

“That’s a myth,” Long said drowsily without opening his eyes. “They’re hospital boats. Conspiracists like to call them FEMA or prison barges.”

Admiral Crandall showed the panel images of a barge anchored near Port Aransas, taken after Harvey’s eyewall passed over land. He also showed satellite imagery of the same barge tailing the storm into port, just beyond the outer bands. The admiral’s final images were of uniformed FEMA agents corralling what appeared to be homeless persons onto Zodiac rigid rafts at gunpoint, ostensibly transport to the barge.

“What happened to those people, detainee Long? This wasn’t the work of a few rogue agents, was it? This was a major operation,” Adm. Crandall said.

Long didn’t speak again.

The admiral asked the panel to find Long guilty of treason, and they did, and sentenced him to hang by the neck until dead.

Admiral Crandall set a date of execution for July 10.

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JAG Convicts Former FEMA Boss Brock Long, Part II

JAG Convicts Former FEMA Boss Brock Long, Part II


FEMA’s perpetual degeneracy and Brock Long’s smugness seemed to genuinely irritate Vice Adm. Darse E. Crandall, who, for reasons not given to Real Raw News, has remained at Guantanamo Bay since Gretchen Whitmer’s execution, as opposed to flying back to Camp Blaz, Guam.

“Something big is brewing at Blaz,” was all we were told. “Admiral Crandall can try a case anywhere; just give him a crime and a defendant.”

Wednesday’s defendant was the loathsome former FEMA Administrator Brock Long, who had followed in the footsteps of his predecessors, abusing his authority to transform a disaster relief agency into a weaponized arm of the Dept. of Homeland Security. Neither Brock Long nor earlier FEMA bosses, Adm. Crandall mentioned to his paralegal, had a history of criminality before helming FEMA. It was as though the position itself instilled in them a rapacious desire to strip citizens of the rights and freedoms they hold sacred.

Following Wednesday’s lunch recess, Adm. Crandall summoned the prosecution’s first witness, Dr. Daniel Kaniewski, FEMA’s second-ranking official during Long’s reign of terror. Unanimously confirmed by the Senate in 2017, Kaniewski was the agency’s Deputy Administrator for Resilience, responsible for addressing preparedness challenges in times of natural disasters. He spoke about his academic and employment history and was asked to identify the defendant.

“Orange jumpsuit. Handcuffs. Sitting at that table. That’s Brock Long,” Kaniewski said.

The admiral held in his hands a ream of paper. “Mr. Kaniewski, are you familiar with FEMA’s red and blue lists?”

Kaniewski swallowed hard. “I’m not on trial, right?”

“You are a witness, Mr. Kaniewski, a witness who’s been offered conditional prosecutorial immunity in return for honest testimony, which is what we expect of you,” the admiral said.

Kaniewski sighed. “I’ve heard of it.”

“You’ve heard of it? That’s amazing—because the defendant claims he has absolutely no knowledge of it. What have you heard and from whom?” the admiral asked.

“I’ve heard two stories. One says those lists have names of people FEMA feels need watching, people, you know, who don’t particularly like the political environment and the politicians running the country, and it has names of people who own multiple firearms and have bought, eh, excessive quantities of ammunition. The other story goes it’s all part of a roleplay exercise,” Kaniewski explained.

“And from whom did you hear these stories?”

“I honestly can’t recall who told me about the watch list. It was probably more than one person. After that, I asked Brock, the defendant, what the deal was, and he told me the roleplay scenario,” Kaniewski said.

“Do you recall when the defendant told you that?” asked the admiral.

“We’re talking about five, six years ago. I think it was sometime in early 2018,” Kaniewski said.

“I find this perplexing. Internet forums have been replete with rumors of these lists since the internet was a thing. Yet here we have former FEMA officials saying they have no knowledge or only a peripheral knowledge of them. It boggles one’s mind, it really does,” the admiral said.

“I’m telling the truth,” Kaniewski insisted.

“Would it surprise you to know, Mr. Kaniewski, that your name is on the red list?”

Long erupted in anger as the admiral laid a sheet of paper atop the witness stand.

“That’s a lie! His name is not on the list,” Long shouted. “If it’s on there, they doctored it!”

The admiral faced Long. “How would you know whether his name is or is not on the list if you have no knowledge of it?”

Admiral Crandall tapped the page with the tip of an index finger. “That’s your name, Mr. Kaniewski, right there, added on March 10, 2018. And for the record, we didn’t alter it.”

“Why did you do this to me, Brock?” Kaniewski said to Long.

The admiral asked him not to address the defendant. “You weren’t that special, Mr. Kaniewski; the database has 1,540,327 names, alphabetized. You’re in good company. If he didn’t insert your name, someone under his authority did.” He excused the witness.

Deep Staters, the admiral noted, had an uncanny ability to incriminate themselves under pressure. He mentioned how much he appreciated criminals willing to self-snitch.

He introduced a second witness, Mark Knowles, a FEMA Region 3 deputy supervisor from November 2017 – December 2018, after which he resigned from the agency to pursue other ambitions. He described himself as a cocky, ambitious man who never let rules hinder professional progress and said he and Long had often discussed the societal benefits of eradicating people who called themselves patriots.

“Is it safe to assume, Mr. Knowles, that you and the defendant are friends?” the admiral asked.

“We were friends,” Knowles said.

“Please state why you are here today, testifying against your friend.”

Knowles sniggered. “I said we were friends. And because I’d rather spend five years at Hotel GITMO than risk swingin’ from a tree.”

“That’s the deal we offered you?”

“Yup,” Knowles said.

“And why should this tribunal accept your testimony as fact?” the admiral asked.

“No reason you should, except I have receipts for much of it,” Knowles replied.

The admiral instructed Knowles to respond with yes or no answers unless instructed otherwise.

“Mr. Knowles, on March 22, 2018, did you observe the defendant at Barack Hussein Obama’s home in Washington, D.C., while he was there with former FEMA administrator Craig Fugate?” Adm. Crandall asked.


“Were you a passenger in the defendant’s government vehicle, and did he drive you both from FEMA’s office on 500 C St SW, Washington, D.C., to Obama’s physical address?”


“Yes or no, please,” the admiral reiterated.

“Yes,” Knowles responded.

“Did he tell you why he was going to see Obama?”

“No, he did not. Only said he had to talk with him,” said Knowles.

“Weren’t you curious? And you can elaborate?”

“Sure, but I wasn’t paid to ask questions,” Knowles said.

“And how exactly did you come to observe the defendant conversing with Obama and Fugate?” Adm. Crandall asked.

“Because they were out front with two Secret Service agents when we pulled up. I stayed in the car. Brock got out to meet them before they went inside.”

The admiral displayed a photograph of Long, Obama, and Fugate smiling and shaking hands. He said Knowles had taken the photo through an open car window and that JAG’s experts had forensically examined the image and metadata.

Long squirmed in his seat at the defense table, chewing on his lower lip.

“Mr. Knowles, you captured this with your cell phone, right?” the admiral asked.


“Why did you take this picture?”

“You never know when something come in handy in the future,” Knowles said.

In response to further questions, Knowles said Long, Obama, and Fugate went inside after minutes of senseless handshaking. He said he waited 45 minutes for Long to exit the dwelling.

“And since you were not in the house, you obviously can’t know what they discussed, right?” the admiral asked.

“Only what Brock told me.”

“And what did he tell you?”

Knowles laughed a little. “That they talked about fucking over Trump. Like if there were severe tornado outbreaks that spring, they’d withhold relief and then blame it on Trump, say he gut funding. And if FEMA got caught with hands in the cookie jar stealing from busted houses, they’d try to blame it on Trump.”

“Let’s step back. What did you and Long do after he finished at Obama’s place?” said the admiral.

“Oh, we went to a regional preparedness meeting not far away.”

“Do you think President Trump knew that Long visited Obama?”

“Hell no,” Knowles said with a chuckle. “I mean, I don’t know as fact, but c’mon, realistically, he didn’t know. Trump was FEMA’s enemy.”

“Why is that?”

“Because Trump wants to purge the Deep State, and FEMA is the Deep State. FEMA is not part of Homeland; FEMA is Homeland. Until you guys came along, FEMA controlled the most fortified arsenal in the country—Mt. Weather. Even Cheyenne has Walmart-grade security compared to what’s at Weather,” Knowles said.

The admiral thanked and dismissed the witness.

I will publish Part III asap. Behind schedule a bit.

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JAG Convicts former FEMA Boss Brock Long, Part I

JAG Convicts former FEMA Boss Brock Long, Part I


(Due to the length of this article, I am dividing it into three pieces. I will publish part II tonight and part III tomorrow)

The U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps and Office of Military Commissions on Wednesday convicted and sentenced to death former FEMA boss Brock Long following a tumultuous tribunal that saw the FEMA ghoul try to distance himself from the agency’s malfeasance by feigning ignorance.

In an opening statement, Vice Adm. Darse E. Crandall told the three female panelists chosen to weigh JAG’s case that FEMA, under Long’s leadership, was a lawless entity that carried out acts of domestic terror against law-abiding citizens, as preparatory stress tests and training exercises for a Deep State declaration of Martial Law.

Long, who was appointed by President Trump and served as FEMA’s top dog between June 23, 2017 – March 8, 2019, spoke for himself, insisting he had faithfully and lawfully performed his duties per the tenets of the U.S. Constitution. He called JAG’s allegations specious and said that fantastical stories of FEMA bogeymen murdering the innocent existed long before he led the agency. Those tales, Long said, were concocted by delusional, conspiratorial 4Chan believers.

“I guess we’ll see,” the admiral said. “Not that I expect you to tell the truth, but I remind you, you have been sworn in and are under oath.”

The admiral’s assistant wheeled a dolly loaded with cardboard boxes into the courtroom. The admiral placed one box each on the defense and panelist table.

“Care to guess what’s in here?” the admiral asked long.

Long grimaced. “Trump’s classified documents.”

“It’s good you have a sense of humor. You might need it in the coming days,” the admiral said, unamused.

The assistant removed stacks of paper from the boxes and set them on the tables.

“Detainee Long, are you familiar with what the Federal Emergency Management Agency calls red and blue lists?” Adm. Crandall asked.

“I’m sure I have no idea what you’re talking about,” Long replied.

“Well, then, allow me to help refresh your memory,” Adm. Crandall said. “When General Berger’s forces captured Mount Weather, FEMA’s private underworld, they retrieved information dating back to the early 70s, including this.” He tapped his finger against the ream of paper on the defense table. “A report you authorized and initialed on November 7, 2018.”

The lists contained names, addresses, and occupations of over 1,000,000 citizens FEMA had labeled “subversive” and “potential insurrectionists.” The names were not of criminals or known terrorists. They were ordinary people who led average lives and held average jobs. They were mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, and aunts and uncles. They were plumbers, electricians, factory and dock workers, and automotive mechanics—a vast sampling of white-and blue-collar folk whose only crimes, if any, were isolated DUIs and parking infractions. They were the average everyday person that any other person might meet on the street. What defined the lists was how likely, in FEMA’s estimation, a person was to rebel against Deep State politicians, with “red listers” deserving the highest level of scrutiny.

Adm. Crandall read aloud a random name from the list. “What would merit the inclusion of an 85-year-old retired postal worker?” he asked.

“I wouldn’t know. I was never at High Point (another name for Mt. Weather). I don’t know squat about your lists; for all I know, you could’ve fabricated them yourself,” Long argued.

The admiral noted that Long’s initials were on several pages. “Do you deny that’s your handwriting?”

“I was a busy man those two years. It’s possible, yes, I signed documents without thoroughly reading them. If that’s my crime, so be it. I didn’t make any damn list,” Long said.

“The evidence shows FEMA started the list long ago, back when that feckless peanut guy Jimmy Carter was around. And year after year, administration after administration, FEMA administrator after FEMA administrator, the list got more swollen…Barron Trump. He was 11 years old when his name was put on the red list in 2018. Isn’t that odd? The child of the president who appointed you, his name gets put on a list of subversives,” the admiral said.

“As I said, I have no knowledge of the list.”

“This red list has names of people you wanted put in detainment camps if Martial Law were declared, isn’t that true?”

“That’s absurd,” Long said.

“How is it that President Trump appointed you, and days later, the names of MAGA people got added? Normal, hardworking people going about their lives, and they unknowingly got placed on your agency’s secret terrorist list,” Adm. Crandall said.

Long stuck to his guns. “I wouldn’t know anything about it.”

“In the Navy the captain of a ship is responsible for the actions of his entire crew. As administrator of FEMA, weren’t you responsible for the actions of your subordinates?” the admiral asked.

Long glanced at the ceiling for a moment. “FEMA employs 20,000. I can’t possibly have known what 20,000 people were doing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. I’m not omniscient.”

“So, you take no responsibility, is what I’m hearing,” the admiral said. “Hypothetically, and this is a far stretch of the imagination, let’s say your underlings added to these lists, which somehow you didn’t know about, behind your back, conspiring against you—because that’s what it is. You say it’s not your fault. Is that what you’re saying, detainee Long?”

“I’m saying I don’t know a thing about your lists,” Long said.

“Oh, they’re not my lists,” the admiral countered. “They were yours. Is there any good reason you’d have had to secretly visit Obama and his FEMA director, your predecessor, Craig Fugate, at Obama’s D.C. residence three times in 2018 while you worked for President Trump?”

For the first time, Long didn’t have an answer, or non-answer, at the tip of his tongue. He stammered incoherently, then asked Adm. Crandall to repeat the question.

“Sure, did you meet with Obama and Fugate in D.C. on January 17, March 22, and May 12 in 2018?”

“No. I don’t recall.”

“Which one is it? You didn’t or you don’t remember. It can’t be both, can it?” the admiral pressed.

“I can’t answer that question as phrased,” Long said.

The admiral slowed the cadence of his speech. “I’m sorry you’re having difficulty understanding the question. It’s a simple yes or no.”

“No, I didn’t meet them,” Long said.

“Just so we’re clear, are you therefore saying you did not meet Obama and Fugate at Obama’s D.C. home on the dates given or any other dates?” the admiral said.

“Yes, that’s what I’m saying.”

“So, if I introduce witnesses placing you in their company on those days, they would by your definition be liars, is that correct?”

“That’s correct,” Long said.

“We’ll see,” the admiral said, and put the tribunal on recess until after lunch.

I will post Part II tonight and Part III tomorrow.

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