A post at Investment Watch reveals the non-bomber Cesar Sayoc boasted of his connection to a particularly loathsome CIA agent, Enrique Prado.
“Sayoc’s social media accounts have now been expunged from the net. But early yesterday morning, an enterprising netizen managed to take a screenshot of Sayoc’s 2016 post,” writes Dr. Eowyn.
Prado worked with Cofer Black, a former high level CIA official who became the vice chairman of Blackwater USA. According to Evan Wright, Prado oversaw the CIA’s assassination program and continued the effort when he followed Black to the notorious murder-for-hire group. Prado also worked with the thuggish Contras, known for executing school teachers in Nicaragua.
After leaving Blackwater, Black formed his own company, The Black Group, an effort to mainstream and corporatize CIA operations. Black’s group merged with Total Intelligence Solutions, LLC. Prado is the CCO (either Chief Channel Officer or Chief Commercial Officer) of Total Intelligence Solutions.
It’s not clear how friendly Sayoc was with Prado.
Needless to say, this is revelation is highly suspicious. The above screenshot of the post commending Prado may coincide with Sayoc’s personality change.
It is an established fact the CIA attempted to create a “Manchurian candidate” assassin with its MKUltra program. In 2010, it was reported military veterans claimed a secret program run by the CIA, military intelligence, and university scientists attempted to implant remote control devices in their brains to create assassins. According to Dr. Colin A. Ross, the president and founder of the Colin A. Ross Institute for Psychological Trauma, this program did indeed exist and began its experiments on animals at the Army’s Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland between 1950 and 1975.
I don’t know if Sayoc is a remote-controlled patsy. However, I believe the “bombs” hand-delivered to CNN and Democrats are part of a wider effort to discredit President Trump and portray his supporters as crazed right-wing terrorists.
It is well-known Trump has enemies at the CIA, most notably former director John Brennan, who had his security clearance yanked by the president.