Was the Orlando terrorist Mateen an FBI informant?


Amazing isn’t it. All of these informants magically become involved in so many of the government cases. Is it on a “need be” case? Was the FBI playing with his head? An informant? Hmm. Follow me as I go down this rabbit hole. Recall the guy who made the video that was blamed on the Benghazi attack? He was an informant before he was a film maker. He went to jail conveniently for a year shortly after the SHTF. He was released a year later and then said he would be disappearing because he feared for his life. Here we go:

How many times in the wake of a bombing or shooting have we discovered that the alleged terrorist was known to the FBI and yet still managed to slip through their radar?

How is it that most people who get on the FBI’s terrorist watch list—even mistakenly—rarely if ever get off, while 29-year-old Omar Mateen was taken off the watch list, despite having been investigated for making inflammatory statements, interrogated by government agents on two different occasions, and having connections to a suicide bomber (two criteria for being watchlisted)?

After the most recent mass shooting in Orlando, Florida — the worst in U.S. history — one might ask how the FBI was able to investigate the perpetrator, twice, without deciding to take any further action. This question is further confounded by the fact the perpetrator was, according to his wife, an abusive, unstable man suffering from bipolar disorder.

Out of the 508 terrorism-related cases since September 11, 2001, more often than not, the FBI has had a hand in creating the very terrorist threat they have claimed to be protecting us from. Two-hundred and forty-three of these cases involved an FBI informant. In many instances, the targets of these operations, who are later accused of plotting attacks, are not only almost always Muslim, but they are also often suffering from a mental illness, such as schizophrenia. Moreover, the targets are also vulnerable and easily susceptible to bribery as they are desperate for money – so desperate, it seems, they will help put their own friends behind bars.

This can be seen most clearly in the Newburgh Four case, which saw a combination of mental illness and an urgent need for money. One of the “Four,” James Cromitie, was a former drug addict who repeatedly tried to back out, saying “I don’t want anyone to get hurt.” In the words of a U.S. Court Judge, “only the government could have made a “terrorist” out of Mr. Cromitie.

Informants are also vulnerable targets of these FBI operations and usually, do the “dirty work” of the FBI in exchange for softer punishment in their own previous prosecutions. In addition, they often do it for money — or a combination of the two. An FBI informant can earn approximately $100,000 or more for a single case.

The culmination of the extent of the FBI’s interference can be seen most clearly in the infamous case of Sami Osmakac. The FBI provided the weapons he used in his propaganda videos, paid the informant who instigated his behavior, provided and assembled the car bomb he was supposedly going to detonate, and even paid his transport costs to get him exactly where the FBI wanted him to go.

This is a man who had no links to any terrorist groups, had no weapons, and could barely afford a new car battery for his 1994 Honda Accord. The FBI squad supervisor, Richard Worms, referred to Osmakac as a “retarded fool” who didn’t have a “pot to piss in.” More at Zero Hedge

From Violence Begets Violence: The Orlando Shootings and the War on Terror

“Americans have been told that their government is keeping them safe by preventing and prosecuting terrorism inside the US… But take a closer look and you realize that many of these people would never have committed a crime if not for law enforcement encouraging, pressuring, and sometimes paying them to commit terrorist acts.”—Human Rights Watch

……And here’s where things get particularly interesting: what role, if any, did the FBI play in Mateen’s so-called radicalization?

Was the agency so busy amassing power, pursuing non-terrorists and inventing terrorists that it failed to recognize a “lone wolf” terrorist in its midst? Or was this another case of the FBI planting the seeds of terrorism in an impressionable mind?

Neither scenario is beyond the realm of possibility.

It could be that the FBI dropped the ball.

Additional reading: Orlando shooter: deeper hidden ties to the FBI? by John Rappoport

31 Responses to “Was the Orlando terrorist Mateen an FBI informant?”

  1. FBI Director Comey – Just who is he? | BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades! Says:

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  2. Ed Bonderenka Says:

    Not that’s some scary stuff, there.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Quite a coincidence that he goes to court 10 years ago to get a name change, then gets clearance to work for the top security government contractor. Yep. Every one enjoys a name change and new identity now and then don’t they?

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  3. mcnorman Says:

    Gucifer’s dump is just the tip of the iceberg….

    https://guccifer2.wordpress.com/2016/06/15/dnc/

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Shtf just now! Thanks

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      • mcnorman Says:

        You are welcome. When the wikileaks dump happens, the really bad stuff will come out.

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  4. Steve Dennis Says:

    This is a scenario I hadn’t thought of! But it does make sense, doesn’t it? I hadn’t heard the Benghazi video maker was an informant before but that makes sense as well. It would explain why the FBI didn’t do anything. It is either this or they are incompetent and I don’t know which one is worse!

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I went waaaay out on a limb for me on this one. I try not to be too edgy. But I spent the day on it and watched tons of the the surveillance videos. The so called terrorists were way sketchey in the beginning at least. Reminds me of the fast and furious stuff Worth taking the time on this one.

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  5. mcnorman Says:

    Perhaps his $250 contribution to the Dems made for a list removal although $250 really is a low figure?

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    • mcnorman Says:

      On the other hand, the fact that his current wife was not picked up immediately but released instead is questionable. She was an accomplice imho. The moment she said that she helped scope out venues…a grand jury should have had an arrest warrant out asap.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Why aren’t they holding her in a jail? Special treatment if you ask me,

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      • mcnorman Says:

        Maybe they are trying to bait the others. Our intelligence isn’t what it used to be bunker.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        No, that is for sure.

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      • mcnorman Says:

        Speaking of intelligence.

        http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2016/06/islamic-refugee-gas-pipeline-plans-arrested-new-mexico-border-county/

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      • bunkerville Says:

        I have been surprised they haven’t gone after this stuff and RR lines before now.

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  6. Rifleman III Says:

    Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal and commented:
    Too convenient. Mateen, graduated vocational high school, meaning, he had talent in his hands. Maybe the FBI is trying to downplay “nearly retarded”, or “gay”, if, Mateen was super smart, and kept in the shadows until ready. Now, report of possibly being an FBI informant? I don’t buy it. The entire incident and investigation is being manipulated, veiled, steered.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      We shall see if anything else comes out. One thing is clear. The FBI has manipulated a number of so called terrorists. Entrapment would be the case if not for this charge. I agree the whole thing is suspect. Just stated in a presser, no officer is permitted to talk about it until the investigation is over.

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  7. Adrienne Says:

    The FBI and CIA have highly developed “brain-washing” programs in place. Evidence suggests that they are responsible for radicalizing these men and sending them forth to cause mayhem. It’s what I think of as a type of false flag, except with some dead bodies thrown in.

    I’m going to ask again the question that has been upper most in my mind since Orlando: If we don’t believe 99.9% of what the MSM and government tells us, why are we so willing to believe the stories being fed to us now? Inquiring minds want to know.

    You realize Bunk, that your suppositions will earn you the title of tin foil hat wearer. I buy the commercial size foil box at Costco, so I’m good to go.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Add what poor Z said today, and all of us should be glowing silver by now. I’m surprised Trump is still around and “yapping” as our dear leader said yesterday. What a classy guy. Funny, no one seems concerned about the poor b*****d that spent a year in jail over the video. Guess they got the memo.

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      • Adrienne Says:

        We are NOT being told the truth. I’ve done the math over and over on number of bullets shot, and it simply does not add up. His contact with the FBI, as with so many of the other shooters, is very problematic. Allow me to repeat – we are not being told the truth, and I doubt we will ever hear the real story.

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      • geeez2014 Says:

        You’re talking about my post about the 800 radicals being scrubbed, right?
        Amazing, isn’t it….it does fit into your theory here….

        Bunk: Why do you think the FBI wants to plant seeds of terrorism? As Ricky Ricardo would say “splain!” I”m not QUITE following you…

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      • bunkerville Says:

        One never knows for sure. One thing is for sure the Congress is about to restrict our gun rights. Yes, I was thinking of your story and how the tin foil was headed your way! The 800 no doubt included informants IMO. That I feel for sure.

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      • geeez2014 Says:

        I don’t mind wearing the tin foil (and have!) but this isn’t MY story, this is the FBI guy’s truth….
        I have always thought informants were a GOOD thing but……….
        I was stupid enough to have five minutes of THE VIEW on this morning…to hear Joy Behar pronounce that “The government needs to buy ALL guns and then things will be fine”…basically, I paraphrase.
        Also, her sycophants on the panel (and in the cheering audience) all agreed that the Republicans and NRA are just being stubborn by not thinking all assault rifles should be prohibited and people ought to pass tests to be given guns?
        SINCE WHEN did all Republicans say the laws should be ignored and that all assault rifles are a good thing?
        Such lies, and SUCH power to be spewing this stuff with huge audiences watching.

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    • Rifleman III Says:

      I posted this, earlier today, and “Suicide Bomber Magazine” in United Arab Emirates, picked up the article:
      https://riflemaniiijournal.wordpress.com/2016/06/15/connecting-dots-orlando-shooting-not-adding-up/

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      • bunkerville Says:

        That sure was a nasty place to visit. Bringing out the best of the worst.

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  8. Sparky Hudson Says:

    This rabbit hole has potential (and it’s not good for the country). Are the FBI now also an arm of the obama muslim regime, just like the DOJ, EPA, IRS, BOE, etc.? If so, they are the one’s behind the attack. I noticed that the FBI won’t do anything about the Shillery e-mails. Very telling that.
    (If this is a dupe, feel free to delete. I’m having trouble with WP accepting my comments. Thanks. 3rd attempt)

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    • bunkerville Says:

      thanks for your comment and pressing on. I had to set up another email finally. We shall see how far this goes. I trust no one anymore.

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    • petermc3 Says:

      To say the FBI is a functioning arm of the Obama administration is an understatement. By the time the Lard Ass e-mail scandal evaporates the agency will be a functioning arm of the Clinton administration.

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  9. petermc3 Says:

    Mateen certainly is in the running for the “Obama Medal of Freedom” award for his hard work in building bridges between the LGBT and non-Muslim “communities.”

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    • petermc3 Says:

      Typo: Muslim community.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Yes, certainly helped to demonstrate that the Muslim religion is the religion of love and peace.

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