BALTIMORE AIRPLANE SURVEILLANCE – Secret Flight Circles Baltimore Looking For Civil Unrest

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BALTIMORE AIRPLANE SURVEILLANCE – Secret Flight Circles Baltimore Looking For Civil Unrest

As tensions eased and protests continued this past weekend in Baltimore, a small squadron of aircraft circled neighborhoods affected by the riots and other violence of April 27—providing Baltimore City Police with an eye in the sky to monitor the protests and other “possible criminal activity,” as an FBI official

Cessna 206H registered to National Aircraft Leasing Corporation circled overhead for hours at about 3,500 feet, flying repetitively over western Baltimore. On the nights of April 30, May 1 and May 2, another aircraft, a Cessna Model 182T registered to a company named NG Research in Bristow, Virginia, flew over the same areas at a similar low altitude.
Also on May 1 and May 2, an unidentified Cessna Citation V jet made similar nighttime flights, orbiting Baltimore at the relatively low altitudes (for a jet aircraft) of 6,400 and 9,400 feet, based on records from Flightradar24.

There had been speculation that these aircraft carried advanced digital surveillance gear from Persistent Surveillance Systems, a company that has previously conducted testing in Baltimore as well as Dayton, Ohio and other cities. But given the time of day, and the FBI’s acknowledgement of its aircraft support for Baltimore police, these aircraft likely carried stablized forward looking infrared and electro-optical sensor systems similar to those purchased by the FBI in 2010 from L-3 WESCAM explicitly for mounting on Cessena aircraft—and from the same family of hardware that the Army has been evaluating for the Apache attack helicopter. These sensor-equipped planes have shown up all over the country in the past few years, apparently as part of law enforcement operations. airplane tracking surveillance flight “flight tracking” u.s. usa america cessna research baltimore “united states” infrared tech technology liberty freedom 2015 2016 defense community news entertainment press sky drone city military mystery aircraft “flight simulator” aviation support “elite nwo agenda” trendy trending “high altitude” approval future humanity camera “infrared camera” tracking gerald celente trends in the news alex jones infowars demcad prepper civil war riots fergusson fema camp border security rant exposed illuminati symbolism police state usa constitution vote election anonymous we are change

The latest aircraft could also carry electronic eavesdropping gear, including “Stingray” or “dirtbox” cell phone interception systems. An FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force team recently took an FBI aircraft with optical and radio sensors to the UK and flew accompanied by RAF pilots, trying to intercept phone calls from individuals tied to the British member of ISIS known as “Jihadi John.” A mysterious aircraft flew dangerously low over Austin today, evoking memories of how New Yorkers were terrified by a similar incident three years ago.

The recent exposure of the nationwide Jade Helm 15 exercise has made many people suspicious, and with good reason. Federal crisis exercises have a strange historical tendency to suddenly coincide with very real crisis events. We may know very little about Jade Helm beyond government admissions, claims and misdirections. But at the very least, we know what “JADE” is an acronym for: Joint Assistance for Deployment and Execution, a program designed to create action and deployment plans using computer models meant to speed up reaction times for military planners during a “crisis scenario.” It is linked with another program called ACOA (Adaptive Course of Action), the basis of which is essentially the use of past mission successes and computer models to plan future missions. Both are products of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

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