Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
If this article is indeed true, and there is no reason to suggest it isn’t, it bodes well for no one and further displays Obama’s narcissistic psychopathic personalty.
It’s time for this guy to be removed from office.
Credit: Kirsty Wigglesworth/Associated Press.
The National Security Agency is using complex analysis of electronic surveillance, rather than human intelligence, as the primary method to locate targets for lethal drone strikes – an unreliable tactic that results in the deaths of innocent or unidentified people.
Perhaps the only honest thing this guy from “Young Turks” has ever said. The guy is in love with Obama and his junta.
According to a former drone operator for the military’s Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) who also worked with the NSA, the agency often identifies targets based on controversial metadata analysis and cell-phone tracking technologies.
Image: Dept. of the Navy: US. Navy launching drones from sea.
Rather than confirming a target’s identity with operatives or informants on the ground, the CIA or the U.S. military then orders a strike based on the activity and location of the mobile phone a person is believed to be using.
Earth to cub reporter above, did you just wake up? Osama bin Laden was not killed by a drone, nor was he killed by Seal Team Six. Enough credible sources are available to put that one to sleep.
The drone operator, who agreed to discuss the top-secret programs on the condition of anonymity, was a member of JSOC’s High Value Targeting task force, which is charged with identifying, capturing or killing terrorist suspects in Yemen, Somalia, Afghanistan and elsewhere.
His account is bolstered by top-secret NSA documents previously provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden.
It is also supported by a former drone sensor operator with the U.S. Air Force, Brandon Bryant, who has become an outspoken critic of the lethal operations in which he was directly involved in Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen.
Entire article below.