BlueLeaks Appears To Expose CointelPro Type Link Between FBI and Targeted Justice
Huge News! It appears that everything that John "Jack" Christiana has alleged against Richard Lighthouse (real name Winter Owen Calvert), Midge Mathis (real name Doris Clause), and Targeted Justice are true!
Jack has alleged that Richard Lighthouse repeatedly posts misinformation and disinformation to discredit Targeted Individuals. Then in addition, Jack has alleged that Richard Lighthouse is doing crimes related to terrorism as well as doxing federal employees – on the Targeted Justice website – putting everyone that is associated with Targeted Justice at risk. Jack has alleged that even worse, the type of doxing that Lighthouse is doing is violating federal law, U.S Code §119.
Jack has alleged – for 3 years - that this is how the FBI associates Targeted Individuals with terrorism and threats, because Lighthouse gets Targeted Individuals to associate with Targeted Justice, and this discredits Targeted Individuals.
There are plants within the targeted community that have strongly and publicly scolded Jack for taking this on. Well, Jack’s guardian angel, that wants to expose targeting and save Targeted Victims (Targeted Individuals) from this program, would be called “Distributed Denial of Secrets” (DDoSecrets), also referred to as “BlueLeaks.” Blueleaks hacked into the FBI, InfraGard, Fusion Centers, and police departments and published internal notices and bulletins.
Here are three links reporting the leak of FBI and Infragard internal documents:
1. “In what is being referred to as 'BlueLeaks,' a group called Distributed Denial of Secrets (DDoSecrets) has released a 269 GB data dump containing 24 years worth of records from over 200 police departments including FBI reports and bulletins from Austin Regional Intelligence Center and FBI Houston Citizens Academy Alumni Association.”
2. “Hundreds of thousands of potentially sensitive files from police departments across the United States were leaked online last week. The collection, dubbed “BlueLeaks” and made searchable online, stems from a security breach at a Texas web design and hosting company that maintains a number of state law enforcement data-sharing portals. KrebsOnSecurity obtained an internal June 20 analysis by the National Fusion Center Association (NFCA), which confirmed the validity of the leaked data”
3. “A WikiLeaks-like group dumped the information, which includes internal documents and reports from the FBI and police departments across the US.”