Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Informants Continued...

When are these animals going to stop? I don't mean the alleged mobsters that our governemnt tries to put in jail at all costs. I mean the criminal informant. Not only does our government allow them to kill while working for the FBI (Greg Scarpa), beat people with metal pipes while the FBI sat across the street in a car surveilling the situation (Guy Fatato)... thank God that Fatato didn't kill those kids with that metal pipe. The FBI certainly wasn't going to come to their aid, that would have screwed up their case against an alleged mob figure...

Now the FBI has shown their true colors. They have allowed a true child molesting piece of shit (Jude Buoneto) to rape and prostitute a 15 year old girl. Although there were many teenaged girls in his stable, she seemed to be the only one under the legal age. Are they all SICK in their ongoing quest for headlines and budget money in the organized crime section of the FBI that they let their criminal informants run wild?

The police have many checks when dealing with the public: civilian complaint review board, internal affairs, and many more. Who polices the FBI and their handling of these criminal informants? The US attorneys who have more to lose than the FBI when the case falls apart? Who then? NO ONE. That's why the criminal informants continue to rape, rob, deal drugs, and murder at will. At first juries were told that they should disregard criminal informants' past behavior (they are changed men, they joined team America, they're good men now). But little by litte, the truth came out. Not only did they not change for the better, they got worse. They murder in broad daylight, killing anyone who gets in their way. They rob banks and spend tax money on their lavish life styles. They sell and do drugs and take many risks that other people wouldn't dare to take because they have the biggest safety net in the world, the FBI. They can't fail, and they can't go to jail. We desperately need change.

Stronger than Yesterday,
Thomas Gioeli

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