On August 15th and on August 11th, 2017 I went on Crowdsource The Truth live with George Webb, Patricia Negron and Jason Goodman, conspiracy theorists all, to discuss the stolen car racket with vehicles shipped to the Middle East for resale. As per Interpol the international police force, “Vehicle crime is a highly organized criminal activity affecting all regions of the whole world and with clear links to organized crime and terrorism. Vehicles are not only stolen for their own sake, but are also trafficked to finance other crimes. They can also be used as bomb carriers or in the perpetration of other crimes.” The news about stolen cars financing terrorism is legitimate as per Interpol and ICE Department of Homeland Security. At the time of my association with George Webb, Patricia Negron and Jason Goodman on Crowdsource The Truth live I was unaware that the trio had been the source of a false dirty bomb threat at the Port of Charleston SC that shut down the Port for hours. I disavow any connection to George Webb, Patricia Negron and Jason Goodman and end any association with Crowdsource The Truth, which obviously it is not.
See the Youtube video put out by George Webb, Patricia Negron and Jason Goodman on Crowdsource The Truth called “Clear and Present Danger (Calm Before the Storm?) #maerskmemphis“. Crowdsource the Truth used a photo of the WTC Towers as a lead in, see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekr5cw2WAbU
CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) June 15 2017-. FBI opens probe of false ‘dirty bomb’ threat at South Carolina port. The FBI on Thursday said it was investigating a false threat that a “dirty bomb” was on a container ship at a terminal at the Port of Charleston in South Carolina. The terminal was shut on Wednesday night and reopened early Thursday morning by the U.S. Coast Guard after law enforcement officials completed a scan of the container ship Maersk Memphis, the Coast Guard said. The Federal Bureau of Investigation opened its investigation because it is a crime to make a false threat against a U.S.-flagged ship, said Donald Wood, a spokesman for the bureau in Columbia, South Carolina. The Maersk Memphis is a U.S.-flagged ship, according to the Maersk Line website.
CNN Report June 16, 2017…On Wednesday, we got new evidence of the potential real-world consequences as a trio of conspiracy theorists with a modest following inadvertently shut down part of one of the United States’ largest ports. The theory: a cargo ship with a “dirty bomb” was just outside of Charleston, South Carolina. The notion came to life during a live YouTube broadcast Wednesday evening. During the broadcast, conspiracy theorist George Webb initially claimed a “source” had told him that there was “a dirty bomb planned for a major city.” Based on the information from the “source,” Webb said he believed Memphis might be the target. His “source” had “talked to five different sources,” he said, adding that his source “had to drive there [to meet other sources] without cell phones.” Webb went on to say of his source, “he’s been right every time.”
A couple of minutes later, however, Webb said the threat was actually not to the city of Memphis but to a ship, which he called the Memphis Maersk. (Its name is typically given the other way around, as the Maersk Memphis.) Webb’s allegations were broadcast on “Crowdsource the Truth,” a conspiracy theory YouTube channel with a relatively modest 11,000 subscribers. Two other people appeared on-screen with Webb, all remote of one another — Webb said he was in Ohio. Throughout, the trio read and responded to live comments from their audience — which reached 2,000 viewers at some points, according to one of the hosts. Using a free online tracking tool, viewers found that the ship was in or approaching the Port of Charleston in South Carolina. About an hour later, Webb’s onscreen counterpart, Jason Goodman, who runs “Crowdsource the Truth,” called a number he said was the Coast Guard while still live streaming.
Goodman identified himself to the person on the other end of the line as a “reporter with an independent news agency,” and began telling them about the alleged threat before he was interrupted. “Is this the ‘dirty bomb?'” the person asked — someone had already called it in — perhaps someone watching the live stream. A few hours later, the Coast Guard said the terminal where the Maersk Memphis was docked had been evacuated after they were made aware of a “potential threat,” and that an investigation was underway. As the search was ongoing, Webb appeared again on YouTube, telling Goodman that he had been speaking to authorities about the alleged threat and describing his source as “brave.” The Coast Guard confirmed in a statement posted online that by 3:30 Thursday morning no dirty bomb had been found on the ship.
The Coast Guard said in a further statement provided to CNN that the source of the threat had been detained by authorities for further questioning. The statement did not mention Webb’s name, however. But Webb, whose full name is George Webb Sweigert, was in police custody in Zanesville, Ohio, on Thursday morning. He was, at the time, due in court, having been found in his car and suspected of being under the influence of alcohol. He came to police attention after a person reported a “suspicious car” in the early hours of Thursday morning, police in Zanesville told CNN. While in custody, Webb was questioned by the FBI about the Port of Charleston closure, Webb and a police spokesperson told CNN. Webb said during Wednesday’s live stream, “I’m saying watch the Memphis Maersk because it could be that the bomb is on a ship and not the city.” However on Friday, Webb denied to CNN starting the rumor and said his source did not tell him that there was a dirty bomb onboard the ship. When asked by CNN if he was troubled that the entire dirty bomb theory was false, Goodwin, told CNN, “I’m just glad there was no toxic radiological event.”
Newsflash for Jason Goodman and George Webb on Crowdsouce, the NYPD won’t be coming to arrest you at your NYC apartment for the fake bomb threat at the Port of Charleston, the FBI will. US Code Title 18 Penalties for Fake Dirty Bomb Threat...“Whoever, through the use of the mail, telephone, telegraph, or other instrument of interstate or foreign commerce, or in or affecting interstate or foreign commerce, willfully makes any threat, or maliciously conveys false information knowing the same to be false, concerning an attempt or alleged attempt being made, or to be made, to kill, injure, or intimidate any individual or unlawfully to damage or destroy any building, vehicle, vessel or other real or personal property by means of fire or an explosive shall be imprisoned for not more than 10 years or fined under this title, or both.”
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota SEX, CRIME CHEATERS & TERRORISM at http://www.wbipi.com