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  1. This is what makes me wonder about Michael Hastings death:

    From an International Business News article:

    “We’ll hunt you down and kill you if we don’t like what you write.”

    “Best known for a Rolling Stone article that led to the firing of Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the 33-year-old BuzzFeed reporter died in a car accident in Los Angeles early Tuesday morning

    In Hastings’ 2012 book, “The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America’s War in Afghanistan,” he writes of a McChrystal staffer who allegedly said to him, “We’ll hunt you down and kill you if we don’t like what you write.”

    The 33-year-old reporter had been working on a story about Florida socialite Jill Kelley’s lawsuit against the Department of Defense and the FBI in the weeks before the crash.

    Ms Kelley alleges that military officials and the FBI leaked her name to the media to discredit her after she reported receiving emails from Paula Broadwell, who had an affair with the former CIA director David Petraeus, according to the Los Angeles Times. (Remember Petraeus’ saying about Obama, “He’s fucking with the wrong guy”, and was overheard by a reporter, after meeting with Obama for the first time, and at that time Obama wanted to start withdrawing troops from Afghanistan? I have a good friend who went to high school with Petraeus. He said he was a playground bully and a real creep. Hastings fucked with Petraeus and McChrystal.)

    video showing a hacker taking over a car and controlling its systems remotely aired on PBS:

    Dr. Kathleen Fisher, DARPA Program Manager (The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) talked about controlling acceleration, braking and steering in modern automobiles by infecting the computer, hacking or using software.

    A little trivia about DARPA:

    DARPA’s involvement in the creation of the Internet began with an idea to link time-sharing computers into a national system.

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