On Tuesday, the Constitution Project, Washington, DC, released a 577-page report by its “Task Force on Detainee Treatment” documenting WAR CRIMES committed by Clinton, Bush and Obama including unthinkable atrocities punishable by life in prison or death. According to Steve Pieczenik, a former US intelligence official, the Boston Marathon attack was staged as a DDD operation (Diversion-Distraction-Denial) to draw attention away from this report, on the part of those indicted. (See links below for related evidence.) According to Pieczenik, this was the prime purpose. Other possible benefits to those ordering the attack may have been to boost the failed attempt to pass illegal gun laws through the Senate the following day, etc. (note the Sandy Hook families were prominently staged at the marathon, the dedication of the entire event to Sandy Hook). ============================== ABOUT THE OBAMA/BUSH/CLINTON CRIMINAL INDICTMENT “The Constitution Project’s Task Force on Detainee Treatment is an independent, bipartisan, blue-ribbon panel charged with examining the federal government’s policies and actions related to the capture, detention and treatment of suspected terrorists during the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations. The project was undertaken with the belief that it was important to provide an account as authoritative and accurate as possible of how the United States treated, and continues to treat, people held in our custody as the nation mobilized to deal with a global terrorist threat. On taking office in 2009, President Obama declined to undertake or commission an official study of what happened, saying it was unproductive to “look backwards” rather than forward. Senator Leahy (D / VT) introduced legislation to establish an independent commission to look into the U.S. behavior in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, but Congress did not to act on it. In many respects, this Task Force report is the examination of the treatment of suspected terrorists that official Washington has been reluctant to conduct. It is the product of more than two years of research, analysis and deliberation by the Task Force members and staff. It is based on a thorough examination of available public records and interviews with more than one hundred people, including former detainees, military and intelligence officers, interrogators and policymakers. Task Force staff and members conducted on-the-ground fact-finding in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Lithuania, Poland and the United Kingdom, and also at Guantanamo Bay. Although the investigation proceeded without the advantages of subpoena power or access to classified information, we believe it is the most comprehensive record of detainee treatment across multiple administrations and multiple geographic theatres yet published. Task Force members believe that having as thorough as possible an understanding of what occurred during this period of serious threat – and a willingness to acknowledge any shortcomings – strengthens the nation, and equips us to better cope with the next crisis and the ones after that. We hope you find this website useful in igniting that dialogue.” “You do not have a Commander in Chief! He has been INDICTED FOR WAR CRIMES!” -Former Naval Captain and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Dr. Steve Pieczenik Mercenaries Carried Boston Bomb – PROOF Marathon Bombing is Staged Terror Attack
A copy of the indictment can be downloaded (PDF) under “Individual Files” near the bottom of this page.