Feds: 3 dead as U.S., French agents seized British evidence in covered up Capitol Hill gunfight
Date: Wednesday, May 31, 2006
Bush administration officials operated Memorial Day weekend damage control to cover up the deaths of three foreign intelligence operatives—two British and one French—involved in a Friday morning shootout in the House of Representatives parking garage.
The altercation turned into an exchange of automatic weapons fire over a pouch containing evidence files documenting an operation to bomb the rail system along the Northeast corridor on Thursday—with the full knowledge of George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair who was in Washington while the operation was being hatched.
Teams of U.S.-French alliance (AFA) operatives—including CIA, NSA and FBI agents committed to holding the Bush administration accountable for criminal activities—had been electronically monitoring a British agent who they determined to be the leader of a black ops bombing plot planned for the purpose of disrupting northeast rail traffic via a fake terrorist attack.
Federal agents revealed that a taxi cab left the Rayburn building parking garage with three body bags just after the shootout which was covered up by Capitol Hill police on instructions from Bush officials who were in contact with television executives and House/Senate leaders.
The agents had followed the British operative into the Rayburn parking garage where the shootout occurred according to longtime federal whistleblower Stewart Webb and intelligence authority Thomas Heneghan both of whom confirmed the whole incident via several of Webb’s 22-years worth of inside federal sources with further corroboration by several more U.S and French intelligence agents to whom Heneghan spoke.
Evidence files proving the bombing operation were seized after an Israeli intelligence agent had reportedly tipped off the Brit who was being pursued by AFA agents which resulted in several House and staff members experiencing shot-out automobile windshields and doors sprayed with bullet holes in the ensuing weapons exchange, the two told TomFlocco.com.
Heneghan told us this evening that hundreds of shots were fired from the automatic weapons during the gunfight causing reasonably extensive damage, and that one female House staffer fainted in the hall after encountering one of the agents being sought by Capitol police during the Rayburn lockdown.
Formal protests and reports were exchanged by the British and French governments while Mr. Bush was provided with the full reports of the incident now classified under arcane U.S. intelligence regulations to further sequester the evidence from the American people.
Washington news outlets are reportedly being discouraged from filing Freedom of Information Act lawsuits to acquire the evidence and reports.
Webb was speaking to an intelligence source within a half hour after the shootout on Friday morning just as we called to find out if he had heard that the Rayburn parking garage and Capitol complex were being temporarily sealed off to keep tourists, House members and staffers away from the scene and evidence of damaged vehicles, concrete walls and pillars.
Capitol police told the media that the gunfight sounds were caused by apparent construction equipment which may have sounded like shots being fired in the parking garage, but no reports indicate the nature of the construction scheduled for that day at the Rayburn building and for what purpose, but also why the police launched a four-hour Rayburn lockdown and floor-by-floor search of the largest office structure on Capitol Hill.
According to U.S. intelligence agents close to the incident, the media fell for the Bush-ordered Capitol police damage control “lock, stock and barrel.”
Federal agents had planned to arrest Tony Blair
We were told that French and U.S. agents are familiar enough with the Rayburn building that they were able to leave inconspicuously and without notice after seizing the evidence; however, the Israeli agent who tipped off the British agent with the evidence was the subject being sought during the Rayburn lockdown, but someone in the building helped him escape.
AFA operatives had planned to arrest Prime Minister Blair to appear before the Patrick Fitzgerald grand jury to explain doctored British-Iraq War weapons of mass destruction evidence according to the intelligence sources.
Federal agents said Blair was spirited to Andrews Air Force base after the shootout, reportedly “white as a sheet,” while screaming “they can’t do this” as he entered the jet under military escort back to the United Kingdom.
George W. Bush was worried enough about intelligence reports of Blair’s impending arrest that air force pilots and aides were not told the identity of the passenger to be flown to the U.K. in order to foil any last minute attempt to arrest the Prime Minister for war crimes under the North Atlantic treaty, they said.
Rayburn building auto-body repair shop
“After agreeing to keep their mouths shut and being offered ten times their normal pay as a prerequisite for the mission,several auto repairmen were flown from Albuquerque, New Mexico on Friday evening via private jet, blindfolded, then taken to the Rayburn parking garage to repair vehicles involved in the British-French gunfight,” said Webb who spoke to intelligence sources declining to be named.
“The license plates were removed and the auto-body workers were told it was a secret operation and they were in Quebec, Canada,” he said.
It is not known whether federal agents attempted to compromise workers on the evening before the Saturday garage cleanup via secret photographs with prostitutes to further insure their silence in a manner similar to U.S. congressmen and senators, said Webb.
Given the damage to personal vehicles, it may be problematic forcing Democrat and Republican staffers—for personal if not historical reasons—not to tell family and friends about how their cars were repaired over the weekend after a Capitol Hill gunfight which never occurs in a congressional office building.
The French government was told by the Bush administration that they would have to pay the bill for the shootout damage; however, they reportedly refused to do so and sent it back advising that the administration would have to pay the bill, leaving historical questions as to whether American taxpayers had to foot the bill for the first multi-foreign government shootout at the Capitol since perhaps the War of 1812.
Questions surrounding knowledge of the real events of the incident by Capitol police, White House correspondents and Capitol Hill reporters also comes into play, given evidence of damaged and repaired vehicles, parking garage concrete walls and pillars, body putty and fresh paint odors, the lockdown of the parking garage and availability of vehicles at the scene to their owners either right away or later in the weekend.
More importantly—and historically, the event confirms evidence of an ongoing under-the-radar-screen war on U.S. soil between presidential, British and Israeli agents clashing with French and American agents holding Mr. Bush accountable for criminal actions obstructed by House and Senate members compromised by “freezer cash” bribes, stolen HUD property payoffs, prostitutes and other “control file” threats from White House crime families.
Public revelations that the state of the Bush administration is such that banana republic style gunfights involving foreign government operatives in Capitol legislative buildings would graphically prove Mr. Bush’s loss of control and ability to govern—hence a massive police, media and official cover-up was of necessity essential to maintain his presidency.
Some might consider the Rayburn gunfight a modern day time capsule replay of 1776 and the War of 1812—same players with the addition of Israel.