This is an interesting and twisted story that presents a documented case of an FBI agent deep undercover facilitating a shooting event, where neither himself nor any fellow FBI agents stepping in to prevent injuries.
The local police were the officers who shot and killed the two attackers.
As dead terrorists, they had no tales to tell.
The police were also unaware that the attack was an FBI involved operation, and did their job, put in harm’s way it seems by the FBI Department.
The undercover FBI agent was actually arrested and placed in custody by local police as he attempted to flee the shooting scene.
So often in these recent shootings, the Internet will question was it an FBI operation, or a false flag op, and in this case, it definitely was an FBI operation.
It happened in May 2015 in Garland, Texas, when an event organized by anti-jihad crusaders Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller took place, a contest for individuals to draw Mohammed.
The Curtis Culwell Center attack was carried out by two Muslims from Arizona who attacked officers with gunfire at the entrance to an exhibit featuring cartoon images of Muhammad at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas on May 3, 2015. The attackers shot a Garland Independent School District (GISD) security officer in the ankle.
Shortly after the attackers pulled up and opened fire, both were promptly shot and killed by a Garland police officer.
The FBI had been monitoring the two attackers for years and an undercover agent was right behind them, filming with his camera, when the first shots were fired.
The agent was himself arrested and later released.
The security guard who was wounded filed a lawsuit against the FBI in October 2017, claiming the FBI was partially responsible for his injuries.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) claimed responsibility for the attack plot, the first time the militant group took credit for an attack in the United States.
ISIL’s claim of responsibility has not been verified, and U.S. officials stated that the attack appears to have been inspired, but not directed, by ISIL.
Goldberg pled guilty to federal charges in December 2017.
His persona was retweeted by one of the attackers on the morning of the attack, and Goldberg claimed responsibility for inciting the attack to multiple news outlets and in his plea agreement.
This lawsuit was filed in October 2016, against the FBI and the DOJ.
It has not been dismissed, all government efforts to block it have failed.
The value of the lawsuit is it will require the revealing of vast amounts of information unless the courts block the requests.
Nothing in the lawsuit is focusing on the naming of the undercover FBI agent who is still in action today, just to understand who gave the directives (top bosses) which the undercover FBI agent followed.
It would show a pattern of behavior which might apply to other public attacks.
Friday, 23 March 2018
It’s perhaps one of the biggest, and most underreported, stories of the last few years. It involves two different allegations, the first being that the FBI allowed a terrorist attack to happen.
More damning still, the second is that the FBI actually encouraged it. And now a man injured in the attack is suing the bureau.
The incident was the jihadist attack on the “Draw Mohammed” free-speech event in Garland, Texas, in 2015. The plaintiff is the security guard wounded in the gunfire, Bruce Joiner, who charges that an FBI agent “solicited, encouraged, directed and aided members of ISIS in planning and carrying out the…attack,” court documents relate.
Fortunately, they were both killed by police before killing anyone else.
But it easily could have been a massacre, and it would have been thanks — believe it or not — to the FBI.
An undercover agent egged on those attackers.
He traveled with the to the attack site and then fled when the attack began.
No effort was made by the FBI to stop the terrorists, and no warning was given to local police.
Did the FBI Allow the ‘Draw Muhammad’ Attack to Happen?
Video: A security guard injured in the 2015 attack says in lawsuit that he learned months later that an FBI agent had been undercover in the terror cell that carried out the attack. #Tucker