Minot

Kennebunkport revisited - open source intelligence forecasting

The Kennebunkport Warning predicted an imminent false flag attack.

"Massive evidence has come to our attention which shows that the backers, controllers, and allies of Vice President Dick Cheney are determined to orchestrate and manufacture a new 9/11 terror incident, and/or a new Gulf of Tonkin war provocation over the coming weeks and months. Such events would be used by the Bush administration as a pretext for launching an aggressive war against Iran, quite possibly with nuclear weapons, and for imposing a regime of martial law here in the United States..."
http://www.911blogger.com/node/10905

Unsurprisingly, it caused much controversy.

It appeared on 25th August 2007 at the Kennebunkport peace protest, and was posted online two days later. On September 5th 2007 there were news articles like these:

"On Aug. 30, a B-52 bomber took off from Minot Air Force base in North Dakota with between five and six nuclear warheads.."
http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/09/05/loose-nukes-warheads-in-the-sky/

“Nothing like this has ever been reported before and we have been assured for decades that it was impossible..”
“..absolutely inexcusable..”

Brig. Gen. Tinsley Dead of gunshot wound, his previous assignment was EO Gen. Mosely

On 7/28/08, "Brig. Gen. Thomas L. Tinsley, 45, suffered a gunshot wound to his chest. He was named base commander of Elmendorf Air Force base in Alaska, in May 2007.

He had served as an F-15 instructor pilot, F-15C test pilot, wing weapons officer, exchange officer and instructor with the Royal Australian Air Force...

His previous 22-month assignment was executive officer to the Air Force chief of staff, Gen. T. Michael "Buzz" Mosely, who resigned in June under pressure in an agency shake-up.

Mosely, the Air Force military chief, and Air Force Secretary Michael W. Wynne, the agency's civilian head, were held accountable for failing to fully correct an erosion of nuclear-related performance standards. One concern was a cross-country flight in August of a B-52 carrying armed nuclear weapons.

Walberg said Tinsley was not under investigation or undue stress.

"As far as stress, sir, this job, by nature of being an Air Force officer in a nation at war, is stressful," he said. "Undue stress, no."