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Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

Discussion in 'Leaks & Legal' started by TheJollySatan, Apr 10, 2009.

  1. TheJollySatan Member

    Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    leaked document (PDF) from a Virginia Fusion Center titled "2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment"

    http://www.infowars.com/media/vafusioncenterterrorassessment.pdf

    Anon gets a mention on page 45 under the domestic category... riiiiiight

    they must be really bored in Virginia
  2. Ramona Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    ha ha that's pretty cool.
  3. Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Other mentions on page 46, 47, 78, 83, 114, 173

    (page 78) *roll eyes*
  4. none given Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    FFS
    Shall we find out who is responsible?
  5. TheJollySatan Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    They forget to mention pubic hair attack in the bioterrorism bit on 78

    Didn't the FBI clear anon from being a threat over in the US?!
    Looks like they didn't take any notice of that in Virginia
  6. Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    (page 83)

    (page 114)

    heh...
  7. Ramona Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Somebody please get

    182
    (FOUO) IIR 4 201 3762 08 IIR: Early 2008 Threats To The Church Of Scientology


    ...whatever it is. This is what they cite for the "19 anthrax attacks."

  8. Obi-Wan-anon Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    ...none of which have ever been proven, nor has anyone ever been arrested or convicted as a result of these mailings.

    It would be interesting to see who the members were that created this "2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment".

    Any info on the "Virginia Fusion Center"?
  9. Obi-Wan-anon Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Here's the web site for the Fusion Center...

    Virginia State Police
  10. Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Virginia State Police

    Virginia State Police - BCI CID
  11. Obi-Wan-anon Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    I love their "7 signs of terrorism" listed on their site:

    How many of the 7 does Scientology engage in?
  12. Herro Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    lol, awesome.
  13. cubby Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    love it
  14. Kambridge Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    OOOH OOH I KNOW!! ALL of them? amirite?
  15. blank Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Also
    (LES) VFC Intelligence Bulletin 08-06: Planned Protests Against Church of Scientology
  16. 3rdMan Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Here is there signs of terrorism: Virginia State Police

    Lets evaluate these:
    1) & 2) This applies to a gigantic variety of people. Taking notes is something a large class of people do. In fact, gathering information is a common behavior in society. So now wanting to know about a suspicious cult's activity is terrorism. Fail.

    3) Well unless Riverside Anons intend to try to jump the razor-fence, doesn't apply to us. We don't DDOS anymore anyways.

    4) "manufacture false identification:" Fairgame, harassment, nuff said. We made that clear a long time ago.

    5) Congrats Virgina State Police. You just made every man, woman, and child from a different cultural background paranoid of each other.

    6) So now using map-quest is a terrorist act? WTF?

    7) And now our Right to Assembly is a terrorist act.

    Whoever in in the VSP who thought this was a good idea should be fired from there job. Okay, where is the FBI's statement that debunks the bullshit statements against us?!?! If this is what Virgnia is going to label us, DC Anons are gonna need it.
  17. none given Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    You would do (something like) all seven of those steps to do anything, build a doghouse for example.

    FFS google anonymous. We're right here.

    Yeah, we know. You should stop by, save yourself some research.

    We need to tell these people they are wearing to much tinfoil.
  18. DamOTclese Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Ha! See? The FBI has always been a Christofascist agency with an ideology of repression of civil rights, as the Church Committee enumerated long ago. It's not incompetence, it's ideology. The FBI's charter is oppression and repression of citizen progress designed for monetary stability of the rich. And here the stupid fascist fucks are expressing their charter once again.

    CoIntel Pro was never suspended or halted.

    Maybe the stupid fascist fucks hate chocolate marble caek or something.

    (USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)
  19. Zak McKracken Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    catInTinfoil.jpg
  20. LilDebbie Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    welcome to the wonderful world of COINTELPRO. y'see, kids, from a police perspective, anonymous isn't so much a threat but rather the potential for a threat. with all our intelligence gathering, recruiting, and rAIDS, we've already done almost all of the foundational work for terrorist activities. it would be a simple matter of cooking up some bombs and buying a few guns for us to become a Big Problem and the police recognize this and take steps to anticipate that potentiality.

    when you strip away the moralfag veneer, we're essentially a massive, really well organized gang with rapid deployment capabilities. if i were in charge of keeping the peace, i'd be scared shitless of us too.

    that said, someone should definitely hit up the po-po for whatever dox they have that allege we're responsible for the "white powder incident" and demand further investigation be done so the people actually responsible *COUGH* OSA *COUGH* are brought to justice.
  21. twelve Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    A government report about Anonymous. How cute.
  22. Herro Member

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    lol, banned.
  23. cubby Member

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    <3
  24. anonsoldier Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    ^^^^^^^^^^Exactly freaking right. THIS.

    Speaking as a person who's job directly correlates to these "fascist fucks", some of you need to STFU and apply some common sense. Those 7 stages? How you plan a terror attack. Modern insurgencies and terror cells use that planning cycle ALL the time. So does Anonymous, but you just don't realize it.

    The FBI is not going to start arresting every person who walks around with a camera, taking pictures. Tourists take pictures. But if there's one guy who's really interested in one building, really interested in the security guards out front, really interested in the parking garage entrance, and just finds that its so fascinating he's got to take pictures of it from every angle for an hour, then maybe something isn't right.

    It's not THAT they're taking pictures, it's WHAT they're taking pictures of. It's not THAT they're doing something, it's the particulars of how they're doing it.

    Anonymous IS a threat. Not to some "world order" or "fascist control power" or whatever the fuck you want to come up with. Anonymous is a threat because it is a) well organized b) fluid and responsive to changes c) capable of independent operation

    Cell. Raid. Decentralization. So many of the words used to describe Anonymous and what it does match perfectly with a terrorist organization. Thank GOD for moralfags because the only thing that separates Anonymous from terrorists is WHY we do what we do.

    Do the cops, FBI, etc think we're terrorists? No, or all of our lives would be much worse. They do think we've got potential though. Stay legal, use your powers for good, and you won't have federal agents breaking down your front door. Simple as that.
  25. Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Give me an email or a phone number. D<
  26. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    I'm pretty sure most of the posters you're referring to were joking. The only one I think was serious has been temporarily banned.

    We have always welcomed law enforcement here because we realised early on that staying legal was EMPOWERING. The COS don't do it and won't hesitate to exploit the slightest case of jaywalking. By staying legal we get to keep the focus on the CoS and they just can't help themselves by breaking the law left, right and centre and center.
  27. ARC Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    The reason they're talking about "Anonymous" is that they're concerned about "lone wolf" behavior, as they call it. If that Guzner guy actually did what he pled guilty for, and if white powder was actually mailed, then they're right to be concerned about that - though that's a pretty big "IF".

    In the reference list the (OS) seems to stand for Open Source. As you see, most of what's said about Anonymous in this assessment comes from Wikipedia. (Now, there's a scary prospect.)

    FOUO stands for "For Official Use Only". And LES stands for Law Enforcement Sensitive.

    As for implications of this: Stay nice and legal, don't encourage breaking the law, and start holding your state governments accountable for using Wikipedia for threat assessment.
  28. Zak McKracken Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    It might not prevent the feds from receiving false tips and acting on them, but it will help ensure that if they *do* come breaking down your door, they'll be walking away with facepalm.

    They might even apologize for the inconvenience.
  29. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Virginia State Police, not the FBI. The FBI doesn't think the anti-Scientology Anonymous had anything to do with the epilepsy forum attack.
  30. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Are you fucking kidding? We're just a bunch of kids in basements laughing at shit that happens to other people, we're much too fucking pussy to even think of mailing someone anthrax or blowing up anything that isn't a van.

    Hell, when it comes to the why they're more noble than we are. Some terrorists are freedom fighters and acting out against the injustice that's been inflicted upon their people, we just like fucking around with jerks and laughing about it.
  31. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    IIR 4 201 3762 08 IIR: Early 2008 Threats To The Church Of Scientology
    VFC Intelligence Bulletin 08-06: Planned Protests Against Church of Scientology

    Can somebody do a freedom of information requests of those documents? It could be argued that they're not sensitive anymore, and that if any tactics and operational details need to be hidden, they can be redacted.
  32. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    None of them are. But the rest of what you said is true.
  33. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Not so fail, actually pretty much win. They're talking about the stages where terrorist activity can be discovered, and several plots have been foiled because they've been discovered at these early stages. Taking notes and photographs is not a problem in general, but if you're, say, photographing the security features of a bank and taking notes about when they change guards and open and close the vaults, then you've got some explaining to do.
  34. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Actually, it's getting there in the UK.

    Oh, and there's the whole BLOODY MURDER thing too, which sorta, you know, differentiates us. Just sayin.
  35. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Anonymous is not V For Vendetta, Anonymous is Epic Fail Guy.
  36. xenubarb Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Stating with certainty that we were behind the white powder (which turned out to be, in part, wheat germ, who besides health food jerks like scientologists has wheat germ, lol) in a report like this can lead to repercussions in the future.

    We have got to get that report made accurate. It reads like Jeff Stone's mysterious booklet. In Stone's hands, it is meaningless.

    In an official report, no me likee. Thoughts?
  37. Scatman Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    This report attempts to pass itself off as an "intelligence evaluation", however there is no evidence that the Virginia Fusion Center obtained any firsthand data on Anonymous like the FBI has. The report clearly draws on secondhand media/rumor and the VFC analyst(s) went off into wild speculation rather than analysis based on fact.
    I would suggest that the VFC analysts are amateur wannebees who could never succeed in the FBI or CIA because they lack the necessary professionalism.
    VFC = Virginia Fail Center
    Virginia State Police
    "The Virginia Fusion Center (VFC) was created as a partnership between the Virginia State Police and Virginia Department of Emergency Management to improve the Commonwealth of Virginia’s preparedness against terrorist attacks and to deter criminal activity. The Center provides a vital conduit for information exchange allowing the VFC to communicate with its’ partners."
  38. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    And the cult can thank their fellow traveller Alex Jones for publicising "win": Anonymous appears listed among terrorist organizations in an official document.
  39. Anonymous Member

    Re: Anon mentioned in 2009 Virginia Terrorism Threat Assessment

    Did Scientology help leak this, I wonder....

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