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“Cesar (Trump), Say: Oh, (C) Company (CIA)! O.K. …”

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3:21 PM 10/26/2018
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A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet” is a popular reference to William Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet, in which Juliet seems to argue that it does not matter that Romeo is from her family’s rival house of Montague, that is, that he is named “Montague”.

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Pipe bombs suspect Cesar Sayoc charged with five federal crimes – live updates

  • Sayoc, 56, from Aventura, faces up to 58 years in prison
  • Two more suspicious packages discovered in US on Friday
Per NBC News, Trump not planning to reach out to Obama or others figures targeted in Sayoc’s bomb campaign.
“I think we’ll probably pass,” he said.
NOTABLE: Asked by @KellyO whether President Trump will reach out to former President Obama or others targeted with mail bombs, Trump simply says: “If they wanted me to, but I think we’ll probably pass”
Sayoc’s white van, with all of its elaborate political displays and anti-Democrat sentiment is exactly the type of thing people tend to pull out their smartphone and snap a picture of these days. Expect to see a lot of posts and images like this in the coming hours and days from people who snapped it before this weeks events.
OMG. My husband just called and said “Remember that picture I texted you of that crazy Trump van that delivered lunch to my office? THAT WAS THE GUY!” This is the picture he sent me of the van parked at his office on November 1, 2017. #FloridaMan @FBI pic.twitter.com/18BimNzNhi

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PARIS (AP) — It seems like open season on the GRU.
The Russian military agency had its inner workings exposed again Friday as determined journalists and Kremlin critics remain focused on uncovering its secrets. A new report details the alleged misbehavior and bizarre bureaucratic decisions that allowed a Russian journalist to identify people he says are GRU officers.
Journalist Sergei Kanev said he wants to call attention to problems within an organization he thinks has moved from traditional spying into unchecked violence and foreign interference. But his story portrays the agency as more sloppy than scary: one finding was that suspected GRU agents appeared to blow their own covers.
None of the few dozen agents he wrote about is suspected of grave wrongdoing. However, governments in multiple countries have implicated GRU agents in the March nerve agent attack on a Russian ex-spy in Britain, hacking the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, involvement in downing a Malaysian plane and disrupting anti-doping efforts.
Russian authorities deny the accusations, calling them part of a global smear campaign.
Kanev said he identified three agents after they filed police reports for stolen goods, by cross-checking names with databases showing addresses or other information on GRU employees. Another was identified after being arrested over a cafe shootout.
The report also says the Russian Defense Ministry sought to conceal the identities of dozens of children of alleged GRU officers living in a Moscow housing complex by adding 100 years to their ages in administrative registries. GRU agents jokingly called it the “old folks’ home,” Kanev said.
However, pension authorities raised alarm upon discovering the freak concentration of very elderly residents, suspecting some kind of pension fraud.
Kanev, who lives in self-imposed exile in Europe, told The Associated Press he uncovered the identities by using databases purchased on the black market from Moscow police, traffic police or security agents. He said he cross-checked them with open sources and discussions with security sources. Other Russian journalists have described using similar methods.
Kanev’s reporting was funded and published by Kremlin opponent Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s Dossier Project, and also released by Russian independent broadcaster Dozhd TV.
The details of the report couldn’t be immediately verified. But it fits in a pattern of embarrassing exposures that has caused some to question the GRU’s professionalism – and highlighted corruption that has allowed leaks to occur.
Last month, British intelligence released surveillance images of GRU agents accused of the March attack in Salisbury. Investigative group Bellingcat and Russian site The Insider quickly exposed the agents’ real names. The Associated Press and others revealed details about their backgrounds. And Dutch authorities recently identified four alleged GRU agents who tried to hack the Wi-Fi of the world’s chemical weapons watchdog from a hotel parking lot.
All this makes it look like GRU officers “can’t tie their own shoelaces,” said Michael Kofman, an expert on Russian military affairs at the Woodrow Wilson International Center in Washington.
In an interview with the AP, Kanev said he also identified 16 GRU officers who once lived in the same Moscow dormitory as Anatoly Chepiga, one of the Russian officers suspected of poisoning turncoat GRU agent Sergei Skripal in Salisbury. Kanev did not publish their names.
Kanev said that he could identify so many officers was a sign that “Russia is eroding.”
The agency, which is still widely known as the GRU despite a recent name change, did not respond Friday to requests for comment.
Keir Giles, the director of the Conflict Studies Research Center in Cambridge, England, warned that unmasking Russian spies who aren’t accused of serious wrongdoing exposed Kanev and his backer, oligarch-turned-dissident Khodorkovsky, “to charges that instead of reforming Russia, they just want to harm it.”
Giles said the revelations highlight a sense among Russian intelligence agencies that they are “above the law” and could reinforce their view that “mass connectivity, unhindered communications, and widespread access to information” is a threat to national security.
Meanwhile, the drip-drip of revelations will continue to dent the image of the GRU, but not deter it from unsavory actions, experts said. Kofman said it’s not unheard of for one agent after another to get burned publicly, and noted that agents like Chepiga and his colleagues could be replaced.
“They will likely write this off as a consequence of carrying out a lot of operations,” he said.
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Nataliya Vasilyeva in Moscow contributed.
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A 56-year-old Florida man was charged Friday in the nationwide mail-bomb scare targeting prominent Democrats. Experts had predicted that forensic evidence left behind by the bomb maker would help law enforcement track down a suspect. Here are some of the issues involved:
EXAMINING THE DEVICES
The innards of the devices — the type of pipe used, the filler and the type of mechanism designed to set it off — offered all sorts of clues. Besides any genetic material that the alleged bomber left behind, the materials themselves often point investigators toward who made and sent the explosives.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said Cesar Sayoc’s fingerprints and possible DNA were collected from two of the 13 devices. Wray said the fingerprints matched a print found on one of the packages sent to Rep. Maxine Waters of California.
OTHER PHYSICAL EVIDENCE
Before advances in DNA, other types of physical evidence often helped authorities. But even something as small as a stray hair can help identify a suspect.
David Chipman, a retired ATF agent and explosives expert who is now a senior adviser at the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, recalled working on a case in Texas in which a dog hair found on electrical tape on the device helped prove who made the bomb.
“It will be a treasure trove of forensic evidence,” said Anthony Roman, a private security and investigations consultant. “As human beings, we are filtering off our DNA everywhere we walk, everywhere we sit.”
Experts said DNA or fingerprint evidence does not necessarily steer authorities directly to the perpetrator, but is used to verify that the suspect they have identified is responsible.
ANALYSIS OF MATERIALS USED
The bombs seized were made using 6 inches of PVC pipe, a small clock, a battery, wiring and “energetic material.” Previously, law enforcement officials said they also contained shards of broken glass and were wrapped with black tape.
The use of broken glass and PVC pipe could point to the bomb maker wanting to ensure the devices were as light as possible to avoid shipping restrictions, Chipman said.
Broken glass as filler would be lighter than nails or other metal, and a PVC pipe would be lighter than a metal pipe. The postal service requires packages weighing more than 13 ounces to be shipped from a retail counter, and it returns any heavier packages that are dropped into a mailbox or slot.
The federal criminal complaint charging Sayoc said that each of the devices was packaged in a manila envelope lined with bubble wrap. Each had about six postage stamps bearing a picture of an American flag.

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“Authorities were also aided by mistakes made by the alleged bomber who left traces of evidence investigators scrambled to understand.” – 5:05 AM 10/27/2018 | FBI News Review

M.N.: The same “Signature Ham-handedness”, “amateurishness”, as in many other recent “Performance Crimes”, as if it were the invitation to be discovered. And the purpose is to reveal the message so evidently contained, with very little coding, in suspects’ name: Cesar Sayoc. The meaning of this message, if it is so, is the subject to interpretations.
Most likely, Cesar Sayoc was just a tool and the “unwitting messenger”.

Continue this investigation.

Look for the ultimate mastermind and the organizer of these mailings.

This crime, stylistically, looks very much like the many previous ones and it does fit the pattern which has to be identified, described, studied, and to be dealt with.
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Telling Names As The Communication Devices in Crimes and Intelligence and Propaganda Operations

As simple as that. (Bravo, FBI!) It looks like finally they are coming to their natural senses and start doing plain good old fashioned detective work, without the surplus of the theatrics.
The thinking processes of the good and  successful in solving the crimes detectives deserve the very careful analysis; we all can learn from its general features.
Regarding the suspect in this particular case, similarly to so many other, previous cases, where the “telling names” appear to be present, the question is the “correct” or hypothetically applicable interpretation.
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    The 56-year-old Florida man has a significant criminal history and appears to have frequently posted far-right conspiracy theories about Trump’s opponents.

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“Authorities were also aided by mistakes made by the alleged bomber who left traces of evidence investigators scrambled to understand.” – 5:05 AM 10/27/2018

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“Authorities were also aided by mistakes made by the alleged bomber who left traces of evidence investigators scrambled to understand.”

M.N.: The same “Signature Ham-handedness”, “amateurishness”, as in many other recent “Performance Crimes”, as if it were the invitation to be discovered. And the purpose is to reveal the message so evidently contained, with very little coding, in suspects’ name: Cesar Sayoc. The meaning of this message, if it is so, is the subject to interpretations. 

Most likely, Cesar Sayoc was just a tool and the “unwitting messenger”. 

Continue this investigation.

Look for the ultimate mastermind and the organizer of these mailings.

This crime, stylistically, looks very much like the many previous ones and it does fit the pattern which has to be identified, described, studied, and to be dealt with. 

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A look at the science used to find mail-bomb suspect – 4:26 AM 10/27/2018

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A look at the science used to find mail-bomb suspect

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A 56-year-old Florida man was charged Friday in the nationwide mail-bomb scare targeting prominent Democrats. Experts had predicted that forensic evidence left behind by the bomb maker would help law enforcement track down a suspect. Here are some of the issues involved:

EXAMINING THE DEVICES

The innards of the devices — the type of pipe used, the filler and the type of mechanism designed to set it off — offered all sorts of clues. Besides any genetic material that the alleged bomber left behind, the materials themselves often point investigators toward who made and sent the explosives.

FBI Director Christopher Wray said Cesar Sayoc’s fingerprints and possible DNA were collected from two of the 13 devices. Wray said the fingerprints matched a print found on one of the packages sent to Rep. Maxine Waters of California.

OTHER PHYSICAL EVIDENCE

Before advances in DNA, other types of physical evidence often helped authorities. But even something as small as a stray hair can help identify a suspect.

David Chipman, a retired ATF agent and explosives expert who is now a senior adviser at the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, recalled working on a case in Texas in which a dog hair found on electrical tape on the device helped prove who made the bomb.

“It will be a treasure trove of forensic evidence,” said Anthony Roman, a private security and investigations consultant. “As human beings, we are filtering off our DNA everywhere we walk, everywhere we sit.”

Experts said DNA or fingerprint evidence does not necessarily steer authorities directly to the perpetrator, but is used to verify that the suspect they have identified is responsible.

ANALYSIS OF MATERIALS USED

The bombs seized were made using 6 inches of PVC pipe, a small clock, a battery, wiring and “energetic material.” Previously, law enforcement officials said they also contained shards of broken glass and were wrapped with black tape.

The use of broken glass and PVC pipe could point to the bomb maker wanting to ensure the devices were as light as possible to avoid shipping restrictions, Chipman said.

Broken glass as filler would be lighter than nails or other metal, and a PVC pipe would be lighter than a metal pipe. The postal service requires packages weighing more than 13 ounces to be shipped from a retail counter, and it returns any heavier packages that are dropped into a mailbox or slot.

The federal criminal complaint charging Sayoc said that each of the devices was packaged in a manila envelope lined with bubble wrap. Each had about six postage stamps bearing a picture of an American flag.

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