THE FBI WAS FOUNDED & RUN FOR GENERATIONS BY CLOSET CROSS DRESSING TRANNY PEDOIST WHO ILLEGALLY BUGGED MLK’s BEDROOM, PLAYED TAPES OF KING & WIFE HAVING SEX TO LBJ IN Oval Office WHILE BOTH ROLLED AROUND ON FLOOR LAUGHING.
It was well known Papa CIA BadBush was a serial child rapist along with many other evils.
He was always highly suspected of pulling a trigger on the grassy knoll in Dallas when John F Kennedy was executed.
Bobby Kennedy as AG was investigating LBJ for a murder done back in Texas in earlier times.
The list of evil persons who held/hold high places in Sodom & Gomorrah on the Potomac is extensive, and the FBI did/does NOTHING!
So what good are they to America/Americans?
A known criminal organization which does not go after the criminals in Sodom and Gomorrah on the Potomac, but assist the evil sons of bitches and slimy cunts farming Americans like cattle for profit.
Time to take America back from the evil which has entrenched itself in Sodom and Gomorrah on the Potomac.
The FBI is only a symptom of the disease.
The Ole Dog!
This is the story of how the FBI framed four innocent men for murder, destroyed families, and tried to cover it up. It’s also the story of the convergence of John Durham and Robert Mueller: how Durham uncovered the FBI’s crimes and how Robert Mueller’s FBI disputed the innocence of the men the FBI framed.
The FBI knocked and Mike Albano opened the door. It was 1983. As a member of the Massachusetts State Parole Board, Albano thought he had been doing his job when he looked into voting to commute the sentence of Peter Limone, who along with Joseph Salvati, Henry Tameleo, and Louis Greco, had been convicted for the murder of Teddy Deegan in 1965.
Those convictions never sat right with Albano – he was savvy to Massachusetts and the convergence of the Mob and law enforcement. His suspicions of the convictions, and sympathy to the four men, only grew when he met with Greco, who proclaimed his innocence and said “he wanted to live one day as a free man, just one day.”1
FBI special agents John Morris and John Connolly weren’t there just say hello or to discuss the details of the case (a state case, not a federal case). There was a darker purpose: straight-up intimidation. Threats that it wouldn’t be good for Albano’s career if he voted for commutation.
To Albano’s credit, he voted to commute the sentence of Limone. This particular petition for commutation (Limone filed six in total that were all rejected) was denied by Governor Michael Dukakis after the FBI and then-U.S. Attorney Bill Weld put on the pressure, alleging that Limone was guilty of the Deegan murder, had been involved in commissioning the murder of Joseph “The Animal” Barboza, and would return with seniority to Boston’s organized crime structure if he was freed.
The Parole Board also voted in favor of two commutation petitions by Greco. The first was denied by Governor Michael Dukakis, the second denied by Governor Bill Weld. There was no ruling on the third commutation petition filed by Greco in 1995. He died soon after it was filed. Greco’s plea to Albano, that he live “just one day” as a free man, was never granted.
To understand this case and the FBI’s efforts to intimidate Albano, you have to go back to the 1960s. J. Edgar Hoover was the FBI Director and made it a focus of his to take down La Cosa Nostra – the Italian Mob – by any means necessary. To achieve this goal the FBI used criminal informants.
The Teddy Deegan Murder
Teddy Deegan was murdered on the night of March 12, 1965 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, just north of Boston. His body was found in an alley behind the Lincoln National Bank. He had on gloves and a screwdriver was found near his left hand. A tool of his trade. The lieutenant who arrived at the scene described a fresh pool of blood near his left knee and blood “still oozing from the rear of his head.” In all, Deegan was shot 6 times with three different guns.