Secret Service Loss of Documents, Computers, Firearms, Badges Could Point to False Flag

Mention the US Secret Service and people naturally think of its role in protecting top government officials and former presidents.  It's a job that has earned it much respect.  Unfortunately, that respect is likely to get tarnished from the information revealed by the watchdog law firm, Judicial Watch.

Thousands of sensitive assets belonging to U.S. Secret Service agents, including firearms, computer laptops, work badges, telephones and even motor vehicles, have been lost during the past 15 years, according to documents obtained by nonprofit government watchdog Judicial Watch.

“This is supposedly an elite law enforcement agency — how did all this equipment get stolen?” or lost. “This is alarming. Every American should be alarmed about this,” Judicial Watch’s Irene Garcia told The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Secret Service agents reported 11,780 lost or stolen assets between fiscal years 2001 and 2016, according to the data Judicial Watch received, although the agency didn’t distinguish between lost and stolen items.

A total of 121 “weapons/pistols” were lost or stolen from 2001 through 2016, including 69 in 2002 alone. The Secret Service also reported 736 cell phones, 571 badges and six vehicles as lost or stolen in that same period.

That's almost unbelievable.  We know that government agencies can be pretty incompetent, but could all of those assets being lost be attributed solely to incompetence or just oversight?

The Secret Service took nearly a year to answer Judicial Watch’s December 2015 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for documentation on all assets reported missing since 2001. Judicial Watch made the request as a part of a larger investigation.

Where did all of this stuff go?  Who stole it?  Or was it all really stolen?  Imagine the false flag event that could be staged with all those official badges, firearms, and cellular phones registered to the Secret Service.

It's doesn't take too much imagination to ask those questions when confronted with losses of this magnitude.  And while on the subject of false flag attacks, there's no question that powerful organizations would like to derail the political movements that have been unleashed by the victory of Donald Trump.

However the losses of these assets are eventually explained, this is at least a major embarrassment to the Secret Service.  Let's just hope that's all it is.

Source:  Daily Caller



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