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‘Did the FBI serve as a de facto accomplice to Jared Fogle, the confessed pedophile and disgraced former spokesman for the Subway sandwich chain? In a manner of speaking, the answer has to be yes.

As reported by The Daily Sheeple and other media, here’s what we now know about Fogle and the sad, sordid details of his sick, criminal exploitation of children as well as the FBI’s complicit involvement.

In August, we learned that Fogle would use his status and wealth – his privileged position, if you will – to hide his crimes.

“This is about using wealth, status and secrecy to illegally exploit children,” U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler said during a press conference, alluding to the millions Fogle amassed as the face of the chain.’

Read more: Why did the FBI allow Jared Fogle to keep molesting little boys and girls for YEARS after they knew he was committing sex crimes?



‘Germany’s foreign intelligence service (BND) has been accused of spying on a long list of targets including friendly nations and agencies, including the FBI, US arms companies, and UN Children’s Fund.

According to a report aired on RBB Inforadio, a German public radio station, on Wednesday, the BND also spied on French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, the International Criminal Court in The Hague, and the World Health Organization.

The list also mentioned a number of German individuals, including a German national who was the head of the EU’s observer mission in Georgia from 2008 to 2011 and a senior diplomat in Brussels.’

Read more: Germany spied on FBI and US arms companies: Report



‘In August, we learned the shocking truth that a familiar face on television—Jared Fogle, the Subway guy—was a pedophile who used his wealth, status, and secrecy to exploit kids.

Fogle pleaded guilty to having sex with two minors and possessing homemade child pornography, although there were many more victims. He agreed to a plea deal where he will serve 5 to 12.5 years in prison and pay $1.4 million in restitution to his victims.

The story was reignited two days ago when the New York Post revealed the contents of secretly recorded audio tapes. In them, Fogle’s perversions are laid bare.’

Read more: FBI Knew Jared Fogle Was a Paedophile But Let Him Continue Molesting Children for Years



While speaking at the University of Chicago Law School on Friday, FBI Director James Comey claimed that public outrage over recent police brutality videos might have caused an increase in violent crime. Shortly after making his speech, Comey acknowledged that he has no data to back up his claims. But according to the FBI’s own crime statistics, violent crime has declined across the country.

Read more: FBI Director Says Filming Cops Causes Violent Crime — Admits He Has No Proof



FBI Director James Comey admitted in testimony last week before the House Judiciary Committee that the agency conducted surveillance flights over mass protests against police brutality in Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore, Maryland over the past year, at the request of local police departments. Comey’s remarks confirmed an earlier Associated Press report revealing the FBI’s extensive use of secret flyovers throughout the country.

Read more: FBI director admits use of spy planes over Ferguson and Baltimore



‘John Lennon, born 75 years ago on October 9, 1940, was a musical genius and pop cultural icon.

He was also a vocal peace protester and anti-war activist and a high-profile example of the lengths to which the U.S. government will go to persecute those who dare to challenge its authority.

Long before Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden were being castigated for blowing the whistle on the government’s war crimes and the National Security Agency’s abuse of its surveillance powers, it was Lennon who was being singled out for daring to speak truth to power about the government’s warmongering, his phone calls monitored and data files collected on his activities and associations.’

Read more: Attacking Peace and Love: How the FBI Neutralized John Lennon for Questioning Authority



‘Accessing the FBI’s biometric database has long been a critical step in catching and prosecuting criminals. People who commit serious crimes tend to do so many times throughout their lives, so it makes sense that law enforcement agencies would be able to record their fingerprints when they’re caught, and save them for future references. In the near future however, your fingerprints may also find their way into the FBI’s database, regardless of your criminal history.’

Read more: FBI Quietly Adds Civil Fingerprint Collection to Criminal Database

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