Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com 
Thursday, January 6, 2011
Reports of two explosions at the Maryland Department of Transportation’s headquarters in Hanover and a state government building in Annapolis should be treated with a huge amount of suspicion given the fact that the FBI has been caught habitually provocateuring patsies to commit bombings, most recently in Baltimore itself.
“A source has told 11 News that two packages exploded, one at the MDOT building and another at the Jeffrey Building on Francis Street in Annapolis. The source said when the packages were opened in the mail rooms of the buildings, a small explosion happened,” reports WBAL TV .
“Both were apparently sent through the mail, an official says. In both cases, the packages emitted a small bang or flame, but NBC’s Pete Williams said there were no explosives in the packages,” adds MSNBC . When the packages were opened, smoke was emitted and there was a chemical smell, say eyewitnesses.
Although this may be the amateur work of someone with a genuine grudge, as we have documented for years and in dozens of cases, such terror plots are routinely set up by the FBI who provide the patsy with explosives and radicalize them into carrying out such plots through their vast informant network.
One of the more recent examples also occurred in Baltimore, where 21-year-old Antonio Martinez became suspicious that he was being set up by the FBI in a plot to bomb a military recruitment center.
“There was nothing provided which showed that Mr. Hussain (Martinez) had any ability whatsoever to carry out any kind of plan,” Martinez’ lawyer Joseph Balter said, labeling the entire series of events a “creation of the government”.
Martinez became suspect that he was being set up by the feds after he learned about the case of another patsy in Oregon who had been groomed by the FBI to bomb a Christmas lighting ceremony.
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As Geraldo Rivera explains in the clip below, every recent domestic terror plot has been contrived by the FBI as part of an entrapment ploy. Geraldo called the case against 21 year old Antonio Martinez a.k.a. Muhammad Hussain “bogus, absolutely bogus.”
Expect this latest incident to be exploited by Homeland Security as a justifcation for more invasions of privacy via the opening and confiscation of mail and parcels.