Plausible Deniability

Reporters won’t talk about murder for hire. They’ll show someone who has been busted trying to hire an undercover cop to kill someone, or they’ll report that someone has been put in jail for it. But nothing that might worry people makes the news. There are no reports of someone who is arrested for murder for hire, because they might get off, or get off lightly, and this is not the kind of news that would benefit rich people who want to be able to kill lilttle people. Reassuring news is played.

Have you *ever* heard a news story reporting that a murder was committed that was probably murder for hire? Does this mean that murder for hire doesn’t happen, or that it just isn’t reported on?

I’ve had people talk about killing me in front of me. More than once I’ve identified a trigger man to the police while he had a gun on him. Police take him off to the side, search him, carefully fail to find the gun, and let him go. In one case they refused to understand who I was pointing out, until a girl they had been talking to said, “Nah, he means that guy over there. And he has something going on because he is shaking like a leaf!” — It was only then that the police gave the man a faux-search.

That’s plausible deniability. That’s how plausible deniability works. Everyone knows and everyone understands and everyone simply must pretend that they don’t know and don’t understand, no matter how thin the sham becomes. And everything about our system is organized to maintain plausible deniability.

When you call the FBI to tell them someone intends to kill you, what they’ll do is refer you to the state or town police. As far as I know, they won’t even record your name normally. What that means is that when you get killed there are no statistics that indicate that you’ve placed repeated calls to the FBI and they’ve done nothing. The state police will refer you down to the town police, because the town police are the ones who are responsible for ensuring your safety. The town police will refer you down to the cop on the beat.

The cop on the beat is not interested in hearing about anything that happened outside of the town he works for. He is only interested in crimes that have happened or will happen in his jurisdiction. Not interested in what happened one town over. That is universally true, by virtue of his position as a town cop. Therefore he is the one person in law enforcement perfectly unsuited to dealing with a hit. Therefore he is the one person you will always be refered to.

Other than that, reactions vary. Sometimes he’ll scratch his head and say, “Gee I don’t have anything for that. Really you need to call the FBI.” Other times he’ll yell at you, as if he has caught you speeding, to try to talk some sense into you. It depends on whether he feels threatened. The less he feels threatened, the more he doesn’t understand what’s going on. So he’s either useless by way of incompetence or complicity.

Usually people don’t want, in talking to police, to name names. That’s because they want to be safe. They’re hoping the customer will forgive them. In my case, I hoped for a year the Cambodians would forgive me. After a year I was told I was forgiven. But it turned out that was just the family of the young man I insulted. He himself still resented me.

Then I hoped he’d forgive me for another year. I made it through that year too. Then the hit was off awhile, and now it’s back on.

I do not know if now if it’s the young man again, or the businessmen have decided I know too much about their operations and I am a threat. Keep in mind that the businessmen, by the end of a standard six-month contract, have invested a great deal of money in bribes and maintaining surveillance, in flagging your ID and perhaps even tampering with your passport record. So they are hostile to any attempt you may make to make peace with the customer, and are likely to address themselves to any middlemen you may try to recruit.

This is another reason law enforcement never gets off its ass when it comes to murder for hire. If they were to, it would be a pretty sweet deal: they give you a new social security number and two whole years of government security — *if* you’re able to turn state’s witness, which means that you can give testimony to a crime. But if you’re just little people who the great people of society have decided to kill, and if you don’t want to make trouble by naming names, there’s nothing the FBI can do. As one FBI agent told me, “Sir, we’re the FBI. We investigate crimes. If we *protected people* we’d be at it all day.”

Now it is wrong to think that this is dysfunctional. It is not dysfunctional It is designed to allow rich people to kill little people.

One time I heard a woman on her cell on a greyhound bus, a couple seats behind me, say, “So now we’re going to kill this tall redheaded guy…” And everyone kind of froze to see what I’d do. That’s what you have to understand. It’s a team effort. And it works because all anyone needs is plausible deniability, and the press cooperates, because the press has a soft policy of only reporting what police say about unsolved violent crimes.

Published in: on March 31, 2011 at 12:02 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Conract killing (“a paper” is a contract these days)

[feel free to copy and cross-post this]

My name is Conrad Cook. I have had a high-power hit on me for two years, and it’s a miracle I’m still alive. I come from a middle-class family. I have a B.A. in philosophy, and I have lead a pretty quiet life, up until two years ago. It is entirely unreasonable that I would have a hit on me, and I object to it. But the thing for you to realize is that the people who do this kind of thing kill little people all the time. It’s entertainment to them. They get off on it.

They see themselves as the masters of mankind. As kings; as a different species maybe. They’re not any different than you or me — they’re just more vicious. And they enjoy killing.

I’ll tell you a little about how a hit works, from what I’ve been able to put together from being on the wrong end of one for two years.

First you have the customer. The customer is the guy who wants you killed. In my case, the customer is the son of a rich Cambodian family, who I insulted by mistake while I was in Cambodia. I shouted “in his face” — there was actually a good distance between us — because I was turning a corner while he was walking out a doorway, and someone was hassling me to buy drugs who I wanted to brush off. I’ll tell that story in a moment.

Besides the customer, there is the target, the victim, the cunt. This is how it is understood by the people of this world. It is very important to understand that these people have a different mental vocabulary than the rest of us, who live in the world of honest work and think of hit men in terms of John Cusak movies. Either you’re the guy who pulls the trigger, or you’re a cunt, and if you’re a cunt that means you’re the one who gets killed.

In addition to this — and this is the part nobody gets right — you have everyone else. Everyone else is the businessman who the customer hires to make the hit happen, the surveillence team he hires to find you, the local thug who they hire to be a trigger man, the network of upper-class businessmen who set up the crime, the network of street thugs, who might or might not be part of a gang, but have a gang mentality, and who spread the word among themselves, so everyone can enjoy the show, the police who are alerted beforehand so they don’t turn up any evidence that might embarrass a no-leads-sorry investigation, the police who are recruited (sometimes) to help make it happen, the lawyers and such in government who are carefully warned off, and quite a lot of innocent bystanders.

Innocent bystanders can be made useful to the hit through the use of a recruited policeman, who might show a badge and ask questions about the movements of the victim. In some cases they might show a badge and say they are “authorized to compensate you” for your services to the state, and give you some small but non-trivial amount of money. Think it through:
If a cop starts asking you questions about some stranger who has shown up recently, and wants your cooperation setting up surveillance, are you going to ask them questions about what’s going on? Because if you do, it won’t matter. You’ll be told, “That’s not your business.” They are, after all, cops.

And this is common. I met a woman who told me that some guy who was a director in the Department of Homeland Security had put a hit on her, and her story matched mine in terms of the general outline. The system is utterly corrupt. Even good police who got into the job for good reasons will not stand up to people who intend to kill them for non-compliance. Or if they do they get killed. There was a Maine police chief in Fall of 2010 who was found in a motel room, dead of a single gunshot wound to the head. Police weren’t answering any questions until a day later, when they said it was a suicide, and they knew it was because he’d left a suicide note.

This is the real motive behind the biometric IDs, in my opinion. It has nothing to do with catching terrorists. It’s so the rich who have a mind to can use the law enforcement system to track down and kill our own citizens.

I was lucky to figure this out pretty quickly, and I figured it out because a Cambodian hit man was too comfortable in the idea I wouldn’t understand his language, and mentioned a name in my hearing. That name was Wade Boston’s — he’s the head of security at the U.S. Embassy. I had just moments before gotten word to him asking for Embassy help, and moments later one of the killers got word on his phone and told something to the other one, that included Mr. Boston’s name.

When I got back home, I phoned a report of this to Diplomatic Security.  It was a useless call. (more…)

Published in: on March 28, 2011 at 12:01 pm  Leave a Comment  
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