Tuesday, March 11, 2014

More High Weirdness in San Diego

From Tony Perry's 3-10-14 L.A. Times article entitled "Man Arrested on Roof of FBI Building Is Charged":

"SAN DIEGO -- A 36-year-old Lakeside man was charged Monday with destruction of government property in connection with an incident Sunday in which he broke into FBI property, climbed atop a roof and refused to surrender for five hours.

"Richard William Durant III remains in a medical facility for treatment and evaluation, according to the FBI.  Once he is released, he will be booked into the federal jail in downtown San Diego […].

"Durant's motive for the episode remains unclear although he did call local TV stations and said he wanted to talk to an FBI agent because he did not trust San Diego police."

If you've read my September 2013 Fortean Times article, "Strange Tales of Homeland Security" (which exposes government-sanctioned gangstalking operations based in sunny San Diego), you won't have too much of a problem figuring out why Mr. Durant may have been a tad mistrustful of San Diego's local law enforcement officers.  I wouldn't be surprised if future new reports about this unfolding story confirm my suspicions that Mr. Durant could very well be yet another victim of the rampant, COINTELPRO-style harassment plaguing "America's finest city."

To read the complete L.A. Times article, click HERE.

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