January 10, 2013
Both before and after the appearance on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight Monday, Alex and Infowars video producer Rob Dew knew they were being followed and that people seemed to be casing them around New York City.
In addition to being intimidated in New York, Alex was also the target of thinly-veiled death threats on the Piers Morgan program the night following his appearance.
In a segment on the show, sports columnist for the Daily Beast, Buzz Bissinger, shockingly stated:
“I don’t care what the justification is that you’re allowed in this country to own a semi-automatic weapon – much less a handgun. But what do you need a semi-automatic weapon for? The only reason I think you’d need it is, Piers, challenge Alex Jones to a boxing match, show up with a semi-automatic that you got legally and pop him.”
Morgan’s guests laughed at the thought of Jones’ murder. Guest Abby Huntsman, a host and producer at HuffPost Live, said, “I’d love to see that…in uniform,” to which Morgan said, “I’ll borrow my brother’s uniform.”
After Doug Hagmann, of the Northeast Intelligence Network, learned that Jones was appearing on the CNN program, he contacted his DHS insider source who told him that federal agents were indeed “assigned to follow Alex Jones during his visit to New York.”
“Bumper lock him. Make it obvious. Do whatever you can, just make sure he knows. Handle him as a hostile.”
Those were the instructions reportedly given to federal agents who were assigned to follow Alex Jones during his visit to New York, according to a DHS source with information about the surveillance operation. “It was done to intimidate, no question,” stated this DHS source. “I don’t know how many [agents] were assigned to him and another fellow traveling with him, but I know that there was co-ordination between federal agencies and a private security concern. I’ve learned that the assignment originated from pretty high up and was approved at multiple levels. This was supposed to be ‘off the books,’ no records and there was to be complete denial if confronted,” stated this source. He added that he was unsure if any of the surveillance operatives were working for the city of New York, but stated that “it wouldn’t surprise me. There’s a pretty close relationship at that level between agencies.”
After being alerted to his appearance with Piers Morgan, I contacted my “DHS insider” for his comments and overall assessment. I was neither surprised nor shocked at what I learned. According to my source, Mr. Jones’ itinerary was known in advance and surveillance was established accordingly. The surveillance operatives were working in three-man teams, with as many as nine operatives assigned [to him] at any given time. Video surveillance was involved, and there were instructions to secure any video that could be used to marginalize or embarrass him, with the specific intent to assail his credibility as well as to harass him. It’s my understanding that they were also trying to bait him,” stated this source.
It’s important to be clear that I have not spoken to Mr. Jones or anyone who accompanied him to New York since our last interview. That said, I was instructed to ask Mr. Jones about an incident that either happened or was supposed to happen – an attempt at a physical confrontation in front of (or near) a Starbucks near the studio. “According to the information I have, it was supposed to be a stated incident that might have involved a woman that would result in some type of physical confrontation. I am unaware whether the situation was ultimately set up or attempted, but it’s purpose was designed to secure video of Mr. Jones [possibly pushing a woman],” stated this source. “He is thought to have a violent temper and could be ‘baited,’” he added.
“Things are not always as they appear,” added my source. Indeed.
Information previously shared with the viewers and listeners of InfoWars is indeed proving accurate. The experiences of Mr. Jones during his visit to New York for his appearance on CNN were foretold by the DHS “insider” who stated that Alex Jones and people who visibly and vocally support the U.S. Constitution will be the targets of marginalization – or worse. (emphasis added)
Alex isn’t the only Second Amendment advocate that’s been targeted.
Earlier in the week, Alex covered the mysterious death of Keith Ratliff, a Youtube video producer that created and filmed material for the FPSRussia channel and was a self-proclaimed “gun nut” who often posted videos in which he used various exotic firearms.
According to WSBTV, “YouTube said the video channel was the ninth-highest-rated channel on its site and the videos have amassed nearly a half-billion views.” The channel has over 3.4 million subscribers.
Although it hasn’t been confirmed, it is widely speculated that Ratliff was tied to a chair before he was shot in the back of the head. His body was found dumped on a rural road in Carnesville, Georgia.
Another notable firearms enthusiast also died this week.
According to Natural News editor Mike Adams, John Noveske, one of the most celebrated battle rifle manufacturers in America, was also mysteriously killed in a car accident after last month posting a lengthy Facebook list showing several murders and suicides that have been carried out by people on psychiatric medications.
“According to the Outdoor Wire, his car ‘traveled across the oncoming lane onto the dirt highway shoulder until it struck two large boulders. The vehicle rolled and Mr. Noveske was ejected,’” reported Adams.
Are the deaths of these gun enthusiasts and Alex’s stalking merely coincidental? Or, are we witnessing a real-time purge taking place that aims to wipe out pro-gun leaders who would otherwise influence constitutionally- and liberty-minded individuals to take up arms, ultimately undermining the concerted efforts to push a gun control agenda that has long been in the works since even before the Department of Justice’s Operation Fast and Furious?
The video compilation below illustrates that, since December, Doug Hagmann has been on the front lines warning gun-owners and other vocal Second Amendment advocates that they would be targeted, marginalized, ridiculed, and ultimately be “taken out” for undermining efforts to enact further gun regulations.
In the video below, Rob Dew caught one of the stalkers talking into his jacket just before Alex and Dew decided to hail a cab (at about 3:15 into the video report).
Following Alex’s appearance on Piers Morgan Tonight, Alex also felt it absolutely vital to put out a video detailing how several men were stalking him. At one point, one man even flashed Alex a gun.
This article was posted: Thursday, January 10, 2013 at 3:16 pm