Intelligence employee admits FBI was behind Alex Jones lawsuit and agents were in the crowd on January 6

Intelligence employee admits FBI was behind Alex Jones lawsuit and agents were in the crowd on January 6

Sound Investigations has released an eye-opening video that makes some interesting admissions about the FBI, including the role they played in the Sandy Hook lawsuit against Alex Jones and the presence of agents in the crowd on January 6.

The report is based on conversations with Gavin O’Blennis, a former FBI employee who now serves as a contracting officer for the CIA.

He admitted to the undercover journalist that FBI agents are a regular presence among the crowds at protests in Washington, D.C., including on January 6, observing and seeing what they can learn about the people present. He said that he personally knew multiple agents who were there that day but believed there were not enough of them there to break up the crowd.

He said: “I mean, I’m talking they maybe had 20 [agents]. You needed 1,000 to get rid of that crowd.”

He added that the FBI does not want the public to know that agents were present in the crowd that day and added that “they probably never will.”

O’Blennis also admitted that the agency was behind the civil defamation case against political commentator Alex Jones. He boasted that they “can put anyone in jail.”

When asked if this power means that they can put pro-life individuals in jail any time they want, O’Blennis said: “You can kind of put anyone in jail if you know what to do.”

The undercover reporter asked him to elaborate on how that worked, and he said it’s just a question of setting them up.

“You create the situation where they have no choice but to act on their impulse. And once they act on that impulse—some would call that entrapment, it’s a fine line,” he said.

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He said that they come close to entrapment but stick to the law, adding that the FBI refers to the practice as a “nudge.” “We get as close as we can without doing it,” he explained.

For example, he said that the agency might create a “fake post” designed to “trigger” someone on social media and elicit a certain response. They already know a person’s history and everything about them when they do this. “Sometimes you light the fuse and just wait for it to follow,” he added.

FBI was pursuing Alex Jones

When it comes to Alex Jones, O’Blennis said that the FBI had been pursuing him “hardcore” but have lost interest “because he is broke” following his loss in the defamation lawsuit filed against him by the families of victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting. The initial ruling ordered Jones to pay the families of the victims and an FBI agent who responded to the attack $1.5 billion for suffering caused by him speculating the event was a hoax, but this was later reduced to a settlement of $85 million paid out over 10 years.

O’Blennis said the FBI wanted to silence him and they feel like they succeeded. Sound Investigations asked if the goal was to bankrupt him.

O’Blennis answered: “Uh, pretty much, and we let the [Sandy Hook] families do it.”

He added that although they don’t push people to do anything in such cases, they often tell them that while no federal statutes are being broken, they believe they have a good civil case if they want to pursue one and leave it in their hands.

The undercover journalist asked if he was saying that they let the citizens do their job in this sense, to which O’Blennis replied, “Yeah.”

He also told the undercover journalist that he is sure Tucker Carlson is on their radar. “You always want the biggest and loudest,” he added.

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