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The only thing that is not confirmed from the larger report (not posted yet) is whether or not 30 of these people really did check into the Mandalay before the shooting. I’d say it is plausible but not proven, I can’t take a single post to Intel Hub as confirmation.

  2. Allen, Jimmy D INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 713-702-9077 US Jimmy.Allen@ic.fbi.gov
  3. Amundson, Mark T TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281 Mark.Amundson@ic.fbi.gov
  4. Arante, Gerry OPERATIONAL SUPPORT TECHNICIAN 702-584-5848 5848 Gerry.Arante@ic.fbi.gov
  5. Gerry S Arante
  6. 7520 Hickory Hills Dr
  7. Las Vegas NV 89130-1055
  8. (702) 395-5823
  9. (702) 834-8236
  10. Archambaud, Sherina F CONTRACTOR 702-584-5753 US Sherina.Archambaud@ic.fbi.gov
  11. Sherina F Archambaud
  12. 10400 Mountain Lodge PL
  13. Las Vegas, NV 89144
  14. (702) 818-3365
  15. Attridge, Andrew RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5821 US Andrew.Attridge@ic.fbi.gov
  16. Andrew David Attridge
  17. 11452 Drappo Ave
  18. Las Vegas NV 89138-6084
  19. Autelli, Edward P TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281 US Edward.Autelli@ic.fbi.gov
  20. Edward P Autelli
  21. PO Box 777488Henderson NV 89077-7488
  22. 232 Charming CtHenderson NV 89052-5672
  23. Averitt, Charles J INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 713-702-6095 US Charles.Averitt@ic.fbi.gov
  24. Charles J Averitt
  25. PO Box 285North Zulch TX 77872-0285
  26. Charles C Averitt
  27. 12298 Beverly Hills DrNorth Zulch TX 77872-7024
  28. Badalucco, Kellie STAFF OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-539-8894 US Kellie.Badalucco@ic.fbi.gov
  29. Kellie B Badalucco
  30. 2097 Via FirenzeHenderson NV 89044-0389
  31. 8981 Venetia StLas Vegas NV 89123-7414
  32. Baker, Rachel STAFF OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-584-5679 US Rachel.Baker@ic.fbi.gov
  33. Barnes, Kerwin INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 713-702-0641 US Kerwin.Barnes@ic.fbi.gov
  34. Kerwin Orrick Barnes
  35. 4402 Plantation PASS DR
  36. Humble, TX 77346
  37. (281) 852-2919
  38. Barone, Diane D SUPVY ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST 702-584-5522 5522 US Diane.Barone@ic.fbi.gov
  39. Diane D Barone
  40. 9600 Ann Arbor LN
  41. Las Vegas, NV 89134
  42. (702) 254-5744
  43. Baxter, Steven A SPECIAL AGENT 702-654-5808 US Steven.Baxter@ic.fbi.gov
  44. Steven A Baxter
  45. 10720 Sprucedale AVE
  46. Las Vegas, NV 89144
  47. (702) 254-9155
  48. Beasley, Jae C RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5597 US Jae.Beasley@ic.fbi.gov
  49. Jae C Beasley
  50. 1138 Via Partito
  51. Henderson, NV 89052
  52. (702) 778-4043
  53. Beck, Sean W TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281 Sean.Beck@ic.fbi.gov
  54. Sean W Beck
  55. 6525 Night Owl Bluff AVE
  56. North Las Vegas, NV 89084
  57. Beckett, Megan K RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5634 US Megan.Beckett@ic.fbi.gov
  58. Megan K Beckett
  59. 11587 Intervale RD
  60. Las Vegas, NV 89135
  61. (908) 852-3578
  62. Beidler, Douglas S FIELD SUPERVISOR 702-584-5825 5825 US Douglas.Beidler@ic.fbi.gov
  63. Douglas S Beidler
  64. 11334 Patores StLas Vegas NV 89141-7100
  65. 1415 N Taft St Apt P190Arlington VA 22201-2679
  66. (843) 881-8960
  67. Bennett, Maren A INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-584-5605 5605 US Maren.Bennett@ic.fbi.gov
  68. Maren A Bennett
  69. 2994 Panorama Ridge
  70. Henderson, NV 89052
  71. (925) 689-8316
  72. Benz, Laurel D TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281 Laurel.Benz@ic.fbi.gov
  73. Laurel D Benz
  74. 8217 Sedona Flats ST
  75. Las Vegas, NV 89131
  76. (702) 229-3497
  77. Blackman, Adrien C INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS 702-584-5609 Adrien.Blackman@ic.fbi.gov
  78. Adrien C Blackman
  79. 9505 Country Wine CT
  80. Las Vegas, NV 89129
  81. Bohn, James T SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5566 US James.Bohn@ic.fbi.gov
  82. James T Bohn
  83. 1148 Midori ST
  84. Henderson, NV 89002
  85. (858) 451-4988
  86. Bolelli, Randall L ASAC-ADMINISTRATION 702-584-5427 US Randall.Bolelli@ic.fbi.gov
  87. Randall L Bolelli
  88. 1037 Chalcedony ST #2
  89. San Diego, CA 92109
  90. (858) 312-5681
  91. Bonura, Ryan W SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5831 5831 US Ryan.Bonura@ic.fbi.gov
  92. Ryan W Bonura
  93. 9050 W Tropicana AVE #1068
  94. Las Vegas, NV 89147
  95. Bradford, Fred I RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5792 5792 US Fred.Bradford@ic.fbi.gov
  96. Fred I Bradford
  97. 1471 Covelo
  98. Las Vegas, NV 89146
  99. (702) 822-6634
  100. Brescia, Carly A STAFF OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-584-5788 US Carly.Brescia@ic.fbi.gov
  101. Brodsky, Patrick G ASAC 702-584-5430 US Patrick.Brodsky@ic.fbi.gov
  102. Patrick G Brodsky
  103. 2200 N Timber Rose DR
  104. Las Vegas, NV 89134
  105. Bucheit, Laura A SAC 702-584-5900 5410 US Laura.Bucheit@ic.fbi.gov
  106. Laura A Bucheit
  107. 7900 Castle Pines AVE
  108. Las Vegas, NV 89113
  109. (540) 843-0409
  110. Buel, Andrew R RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-654-5810 US Andrew.Buel@ic.fbi.gov
  111. Andrew R Buel
  112. 7950 Blue Lake Peak ST
  113. Las Vegas, NV 89166
  114. (702) 778-6075
  115. Bugni, Nicholas E RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-657-5416 US Nicholas.Bugni@ic.fbi.gov
  116. Nicholas E Bugni
  117. 26 Purple Lilly CT
  118. Henderson, NV 89002
  119. (916) 419-5190
  120. Burke, Ryan S SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5529 US Ryan.Burke@ic.fbi.gov
  121. Ryan S Burke
  122. 9241 Forest Meadows AVE
  123. Las Vegas, NV 89149
  124. (781) 767-4618
  125. Burke, Warren R RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-668-7012 US Warren.Burke@ic.fbi.gov
  126. Warren R Burke
  127. 2994 Panorama Ridge DR
  128. Henderson, NV 89052
  129. (702) 463-7590
  130. Burkin, Jerald R RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-668-7024 US Jerald.Burkin@ic.fbi.gov
  131. Jerald R Burkin
  132. 10647 Bandera Mountain LN
  133. Las Vegas, NV 89166
  134. (913) 369-9765
  135. Burt, Christina D FIELD SUPERVISOR 702-584-5770 US Christina.Burt@ic.fbi.gov
  136. Christina D Burt
  137. 2421 Goshen AVE
  138. Henderson, NV 89074
  139. Burton, Heather D SPECIAL AGENT 702-668-7018 US Heather.Burton@ic.fbi.gov
  140. Heather Deann Burton
  141. 5467 Wesleyan CtLas Vegas NV 89113-1175
  142. Byers, Christopher J LEGAL ATTACHE 702-604-6001 Christopher.Byers@ic.fbi.gov
  143. Christopher John Byers
  144. (702) 823-5021
  145. 7233 Willow Brush StLas Vegas NV 89166-1702
  146. 3150 Soft Breezes Dr Apt 2046Las Vegas NV 89128-7842
  147. Cafiero, Stephanie ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST-FO 702-584-5710 US Stephanie.Cafiero@ic.fbi.gov
  148. Stephanie A Cafiero
  149. 7977 Crownbeard ST
  150. Las Vegas, NV 89149
  151. Callan, Addison INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-654-5814 US Addison.Callan@ic.fbi.gov
  152. Addison B Callan
  153. 10313 Northern Hills AVE
  154. Las Vegas, NV 89166
  155. Canaan, Ian J TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281 Ian.Canaan@ic.fbi.gov
  156. Ian J Canaan
  157. PO Box 60221
  158. Boulder City, NV 89006
  159. Carey, Zachary S SPECIAL AGENT 702-249-0239 US Zachary.Carey@ic.fbi.gov
  160. Zachary S Carey
  161. 3709 E Alcantara LN
  162. North Las Vegas, NV 89084
  163. Carle, Denise K SECRETARY-ASAC S/OA 702-584-5413 5413 US Denise.Carle@ic.fbi.gov
  164. Denise K Carle
  165. 90 Shepherd Mesa CT
  166. Henderson, NV 89074
  167. Chang, Eric A CONTRACTOR 702-203-2106 Eric.Chang@ic.fbi.gov
  168. Choi, Moon-Hui FIELD SUPERVISOR 702-584-5525 US Moon-Hui.Choi@ic.fbi.gov
  169. Moon-hui H Choi
  170. 11535 Trevi Fountain AVE
  171. Las Vegas, NV 89138
  172. (703) 237-3838
  173. Chrostowski, Michael R INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 702-385-1281 US Michael.Chrostowski@ic.fbi.gov
  174. Michael R Chrostowski
  175. 7413 Bakewell AveLas Vegas NV 89179-1617
  176. 17339 Muirfield DrMacomb MI 48042-1157
  177. (586) 677-2426
  178. Clymer, Tracy L FINANCIAL OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-584-5451 US Tracy.Clymer@ic.fbi.gov
  179. Tracy L Clymer
  180. 3867 Zodiacal Light ST
  181. Las Vegas, NV 89129
  182. (702) 778-7329
  183. Coleman, Laurie J FORENSIC ACCOUNTANT 702-584-5573 US Laurie.Coleman@ic.fbi.gov
  184. Laurie J Coleman
  185. 912 Corsica LN
  186. Las Vegas, NV 89144
  187. Collins, Wendy S SPECIAL AGENT 702-668-7015 US Wendy.Collins@ic.fbi.gov
  188. Wendy S Collins
  189. 8210 Haven ST
  190. Las Vegas, NV 89123
  191. Congo, Colin SPECIAL AGENT 702-385-1281 US Colin.Congo@ic.fbi.gov
  192. Colin E Congo
  193. 281 Via DEL DUOMO
  194. Henderson, NV 89011
  195. Conlin, Edward L TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-584-5585 US Edward.Conlin@ic.fbi.gov
  196. Edward L Conlin I
  197. 2529 Bechamel PlHenderson NV 89044-0443
  198. Edward L Conlin Jr.
  199.  2960 Via Della AmoreHenderson NV 89052-3947
  200. Cook, Janos J SPECIAL AGENT 702-236-0531 US Janos.Cook@ic.fbi.gov
  201. Janos J Cook
  202. 8248 Cactus Canyon CT
  203. Las Vegas, NV 89128
  204. Correia, Vicki V SECONDARY RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5565 5565 US Vicki.Correia@ic.fbi.gov
  205. 204 Stour LnLas Vegas NV 89144-4273
  206. Corry, Adam W FIELD SUPERVISOR 702-584-5748 5748 US Adam.Corry@ic.fbi.gov
  207. Adam W Corry
  208. 521 Cabrera CT
  209. Las Vegas, NV 89138
  210. (702) 476-5639
  211. Costa, Beatriz G CONTRACTOR 702-584-5757 US Beatriz.Costa@ic.fbi.gov
  212. Beatriz G Costa
  213. 3936 Dream ST
  214. Las Vegas, NV 89108
  215. (702) 399-9394
  216. Cox, Curtis SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5549 US Curtis.Cox@ic.fbi.gov
  217. Crow, Chad TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281 Chad.Crow@ic.fbi.gov
  218. Cummings, Angela M HR ASSTNT (RECRUIT&PLAC)-FO 702-385-1281 5592 US Angela.Cummings@ic.fbi.gov
  219. Angela M Cummings
  220. 1820 Diamond Bluff AVE
  221. North Las Vegas, NV 89084
  222. Davis, Nathan P NON-EMPLOYEE 702-218-2177 US Nathan.Davis@ic.fbi.gov
  223. Nathan P Davis
  224. 10377 Casselman CT
  225. Las Vegas, NV 89183
  226. (610) 330-9477
  227. Davis, Stephen W SUPVY ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST 702-584-5571 US Stephen.Davis@ic.fbi.gov
  228. Decker, Eric L SUPVY INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-584-5463 US Eric.Decker@ic.fbi.gov
  229. 2190 Olympic AveHenderson NV 89014-2242
  230.  (502) 265-0072
  231. Dennewitz, Debbie M TRAINING&CIVIC LIAISON SPECIALIST 702-584-5526 5526 US Debbie.Dennewitz@ic.fbi.gov
  232. Debbie M Dennewitz
  233. 6457 Jonah Clarke ST
  234. North Las Vegas, NV 89086
  235. (702) 642-2098
  236. Dickey, Joseph G STATIONARY SUPERVISOR 702-584-5577 US Joseph.Dickey@ic.fbi.gov
  237. Joseph G Dickey
  238. 7205 Bocaire DR
  239. Las Vegas, NV 89131
  240. Dieguez, Rudolph SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5849 US Rudolph.Dieguez@ic.fbi.gov
  241. Rudolph A Dieguez
  242. 7020 W Kyoko CT
  243. Las Vegas, NV 89118
  244. (702) 837-2742
  245. Divan, Christine E SUPVY ITSPEC 702-584-5544 5544 US Christine.Divan@ic.fbi.gov
  246. Christine E Divan
  247. 6499 Red Garnet CT
  248. Las Vegas, NV 89131
  249. (702) 655-8275
  250. Divan, Roy A SECURITY SPECIALIST-ACSO 702-584-5875 5875 US Roy.Divan@ic.fbi.gov
  251. Roy A Divan
  252. 6499 Red Garnet CT
  253. Las Vegas, NV 89131
  254. (702) 655-8275
  255. Dockery, Tracy L PRINCIPAL RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5730 5730 US Tracy.Dockery@ic.fbi.gov
  256. Tracy L Dockery
  257. 7927 Lookout Rock CIR
  258. Las Vegas, NV 89129
  259. (702) 869-5078
  260. Domagas, Benjamin J RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5589 US Benjamin.Domagas@ic.fbi.gov
  261. 188 Kachina DrHenderson NV 89074-0904
  262. (817) 379-9131
  263. (817) 431-2571
  264. Dorrough, Pauline TRANSLATORS AND INTERPRETERS 702-584-5756 US Pauline.Dorrough@ic.fbi.gov
  265. 690 Vineland AveHenderson NV 89052-2826
  266. (702) 586-4554
  267. Duerksen, Benjamin INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-584-5845 Benjamin.Duerksen@ic.fbi.gov
  268. Benjamin E Duerksen
  269. 3484 Happy Jack DR
  270. Las Vegas, NV 89115
  271. Dulgerian, Richelle M SECRETARY-ASAC S/OA 702-584-5415 5415 US Richelle.Dulgerian@ic.fbi.gov
  272. 7874 Dancing Leaf StLas Vegas NV 89131-5000
  273. 7812 High Stream AveLas Vegas NV 89131-3549
  274.  (702) 804-0409
  275. Dunford, Brendan RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-236-7840 US Brendan.Dunford@ic.fbi.gov
  276. Brendan D Dunford
  277. 11467 Crimson Rose AVE
  278. Las Vegas, NV 89138
  279. (716) 826-4129
  280. Elliott, Michael B SECONDARY RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5569 5569 US Michael.Elliott@ic.fbi.gov
  281. Michael B Elliott
  282. 6057 Starpoint RD
  283. North Las Vegas, NV 89031
  284. (702) 629-4855
  285. Erickson, Robert F STATIONARY SUPERVISOR 702-584-5939 US Robert.Erickson2@ic.fbi.gov
  286. Errington, Raymond C CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER 702-584-5498 US Raymond.Errington@ic.fbi.gov
  287. 9927 Bristlecone Skye AveLas Vegas NV 89166-5135
  288. Errington, Robyn L PARALEGAL SPECIALIST-CDC 702-584-5823 5823 Robyn.Errington@ic.fbi.gov
  289. 9927 Bristlecone Skye AveLas Vegas NV 89166-5135
  290. 8120 Silk Bargain StLas Vegas NV 89131-3940
  291. (816) 503-9658
  292. Eshleman, Cory J EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN 702-584-5771 US Cory.Eshleman@ic.fbi.gov
  293. Cory J Eshleman
  294. 5324 Spicebush ST
  295. North Las Vegas, NV 89081
  296. (702) 643-1933
  297. Felix, Carlos SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5626 US Carlos.Felix@ic.fbi.gov
  298. Flaherty, Sue A SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5564 5564 US Sue.Flaherty@ic.fbi.gov
  299. Sue A Flaherty
  300. 1506 Oxbow CT
  301. Henderson, NV 89014
  302. Fogg, Karen R CONTRACTOR 702-401-6426 Karen.Fogg@ic.fbi.gov
  303. Karen R Fogg
  304. 10725 Pearl River AVE
  305. Las Vegas, NV 89166
  306. Fonoimoana, Robert TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281 Robert.Fonoimoana@ic.fbi.gov
  307. 4308 Chafer DrLas Vegas NV 89121-4612
  308. Fonseca, Jazmin R STAFF OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-584-5466 US Jazmin.Fonseca@ic.fbi.gov
  309. Jazmin R Fonseca
  310. 2663 Churchill CIR
  311. Henderson, NV 89074
  312. (702) 463-0909
  313. Fortson, Tonya A CLERICAL-PHYSICAL TRAINING 702-584-5527 5527 US Tonya.Fortson@ic.fbi.gov
  314. Tonya A Fortson
  315. 2011 Goldhill AVE
  316. Las Vegas, NV 89106
  317. (702) 648-7939
  318. Fox, Bryanna H SPECIAL AGENT 702-236-8021 US Bryanna.HahnFox@ic.fbi.gov
  319. 2900 E Charleston Blvd Apt 170Las Vegas NV 89104-2356
  320. Franklin, Nadine L PRINCIPAL RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5557 US Nadine.Franklin@ic.fbi.gov
  321. 6041 Ruffian StLas Vegas NV 89149-1244
  322. Galang, Janice L SUPVY INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-584-5809 US Janice.Galang@ic.fbi.gov
  323. Janice L Galang
  324. 7054 Seat Wall RD #APT 1112
  325. Las Vegas, NV 89148
  326. Gallagher, Joseph F TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-584-5725 US Joseph.Gallagher@ic.fbi.gov
  327. Gambini, Paul A TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281 US Paul.Gambini@ic.fbi.gov
  328. Paul A Gambini
  329. 7301 Elderly AVE
  330. Las Vegas, NV 89131
  331. (702) 839-0434
  332. Game, Michael W TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281 Michael.Game@ic.fbi.gov
  333. Michael W Game
  334. 8620 Vivid Violet AVE
  335. Las Vegas, NV 89143
  336. Garcia, Jodi C EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN 702-584-5595 Jodi.Garcia@ic.fbi.gov
  337. Jodi C Garcia
  338. 8641 Lava Point ST
  339. Las Vegas, NV 89131
  340. (702) 462-5897
  341. Gerwig, Christine Y SECONDARY RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5723 US Christine.Gerwig@ic.fbi.gov
  342. Christine Y Gerwig
  343. 7210 Elderly AVE
  344. Las Vegas, NV 89131
  345. Giannone, Joseph M TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-885-7977 Joseph.Giannone@ic.fbi.gov
  346. Joseph M Giannone
  347. 8443 Sweet Gale CT
  348. Las Vegas, NV 89178
  349. Gonzalez, Jason E INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 702-378-0866 US Jason.Gonzalez@ic.fbi.gov
  350. Jason E Gonzalez
  351. 10633 Camel Rock CT
  352. Las Vegas, NV 89129
  353. Granil, Theresa M CONTRACTOR 702-385-1281 Theresa.Granil@ic.fbi.gov
  354. Theresa M Granil
  355. 3633 N Silver Brook ST
  356. Las Vegas, NV 89129
  357. (702) 243-2755
  358. Gray, Lloyd CONTRACTOR 702-872-5329 5329 US Lloyd.Gray2@ic.fbi.gov
  359. 943 Seagate LnHouston TX 77062-4312
  360. 2241 N Jones BlvdLas Vegas NV 89108-3321
  361. (281) 204-9612
  362. (248) 627-9102
  363. Gross, Jackie N OPERATIONAL SUPPORT TECHNICIAN 702-584-5578 Jackie.Gross@ic.fbi.gov
  364. 5557 Buena Martina WayLas Vegas NV 89141-7103
  365. Gruninger, Andrew RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5852 US Andrew.Gruninger@ic.fbi.gov
  366. Andrew C Gruninger
  367. 264 Timber Hollow ST
  368. Henderson, NV 89012
  369. Ha, Henry K RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-654-5804 US Henry.Ha@ic.fbi.gov
  370. Henry K Ha
  371. 1354 Grass Creek AVE #2
  372. Henderson, NV 89012
  373. (714) 668-1793
  374. Hagstrum, Paul D INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-385-1281 US Paul.Hagstrum@ic.fbi.gov
  375. 7872 Marbledoe St
  376. Las Vegas, NV 89149-3740
  377. Hails, Thomas R AUTOMOTIVE FLEET PROGRAM COORD 702-584-5941 US Thomas.Hails@ic.fbi.gov
  378. Thomas R Hails
  379. 8600 Palomino Ranch ST
  380. Las Vegas, NV 89131
  381. (702) 485-5565
  382. Hale, Jacob RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-485-5641 US Jacob.Hale@ic.fbi.gov
  383. Jacob B Hale
  384. 8637 Castle Hill AVE
  385. Las Vegas, NV 89129
  386. Harris, Donald L RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5624 US Donald.Harris@ic.fbi.gov
  387. Hayes, Michele B ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 702-584-5524 US Michele.Hayes@ic.fbi.gov
  388. Michele B Hayes
  389. PO Box 270123
  390. Las Vegas, NV 89127
  391. (702) 614-8144
  392. Hayes, Nikisha L INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 713-702-0751 US Nikisha.Hayes@ic.fbi.gov
  393. Hendricks, T. Scott S SPECIAL AGENT 702-668-7019 US T.Scott.Hendricks@ic.fbi.gov
  394. Hernandez, Ruben M RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5607 US Ruben.Hernandez@ic.fbi.gov
  395. Hill, Michael T COMPUTER SCIENTIST-FIELD OPS 702-385-1281 US Michael.Hill@ic.fbi.gov
  396. Honea, Eric L TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281 Eric.Honea@ic.fbi.gov
  397. Eric L Honea
  398. 7894 Lisa Marie CT
  399. Las Vegas, NV 89113
  400. Horner, Patrick J TELECOMMUN MANAGER 702-383-3591 US Patrick.Horner@ic.fbi.gov
  401. Patrick J Horner
  402. 8601 Butterchurn AVE
  403. Las Vegas, NV 89143
  404. (702) 839-2675
  405. Hughes, Michael J RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5789 48174 US Michael.Hughes@ic.fbi.gov
  406. Hunt, Robert E RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5853 US Robert.Hunt@ic.fbi.gov
  407. 7100 Grand Montecito Pkwy Unit 3006Las Vegas NV 89149-0272
  408. 4791 Armada Ridge CtLas Vegas NV 89129-3683
  409. (702) 778-5319
  410. Hunter, Scott W RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5601 US Scott.Hunter2@ic.fbi.gov
  411. Scott W Hunter
  412. 8208 Oakshire ST
  413. Las Vegas, NV 89131
  414. (610) 630-7245
  415. Iatarola, Elena STATIONARY SUPERVISOR 702-584-5858 US Elena.Iatarola@ic.fbi.gov
  416. Elena E Iatarola
  417. 8211 Sienna Skies CT
  418. Las Vegas, NV 89131
  419. (219) 762-3209
  420. Ingalls, Aron J RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5837 US Aron.Ingalls@ic.fbi.gov
  421. Aron J Ingalls
  422. 4812 Yellow Pine LN
  423. Las Vegas, NV 89130
  424. (702) 804-5162
  425. Jackson, Kathryn STAFF OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-584-5568 US Kathryn.Jackson@ic.fbi.gov
  426. James, Holly COMMUNITY OUTREACH SPECIALIST 702-584-5678 US Holly.James@ic.fbi.gov
  427. 3741 Corte Bella Hills AveNorth Las Vegas NV 89081-5204
  428. 5904 Perfect View StLas Vegas NV 89130-7227
  429. (702) 478-5978
  431. Allen, Jimmy D  INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 713-702-9077   US Jimmy.Allen@ic.fbi.gov
  432. Amundson, Mark T  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281     Mark.Amundson@ic.fbi.gov
  433. Arante, Gerry  OPERATIONAL SUPPORT TECHNICIAN 702-584-5848 5848     Gerry.Arante@ic.fbi.gov
  434. Archambaud, Sherina F  CONTRACTOR 702-584-5753   US Sherina.Archambaud@ic.fbi.gov
  435. Attridge, Andrew  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5821   US Andrew.Attridge@ic.fbi.gov
  436. Autelli, Edward P  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281   US Edward.Autelli@ic.fbi.gov
  437. Averitt, Charles J  INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 713-702-6095   US Charles.Averitt@ic.fbi.gov
  438. Badalucco, Kellie  STAFF OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-539-8894   US Kellie.Badalucco@ic.fbi.gov
  439. Baker, Rachel  STAFF OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-584-5679   US Rachel.Baker@ic.fbi.gov
  440. Barnes, Kerwin  INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 713-702-0641   US Kerwin.Barnes@ic.fbi.gov
  441. Barone, Diane D  SUPVY ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST 702-584-5522 5522   US Diane.Barone@ic.fbi.gov
  442. Baxter, Steven A  SPECIAL AGENT 702-654-5808   US Steven.Baxter@ic.fbi.gov
  443. Beasley, Jae C  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5597   US Jae.Beasley@ic.fbi.gov
  444. Beck, Sean W  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281     Sean.Beck@ic.fbi.gov
  445. Beckett, Megan K  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5634   US Megan.Beckett@ic.fbi.gov
  446. Beidler, Douglas S  FIELD SUPERVISOR 702-584-5825 5825   US Douglas.Beidler@ic.fbi.gov
  447. Bennett, Maren A  INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-584-5605 5605   US Maren.Bennett@ic.fbi.gov
  448. Benz, Laurel D  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281     Laurel.Benz@ic.fbi.gov
  449. Blackman, Adrien C  INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS 702-584-5609     Adrien.Blackman@ic.fbi.gov
  450. Bohn, James T  SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5566   US James.Bohn@ic.fbi.gov
  451. Bolelli, Randall L  ASAC-ADMINISTRATION 702-584-5427   US Randall.Bolelli@ic.fbi.gov
  452. Bonura, Ryan W  SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5831 5831   US Ryan.Bonura@ic.fbi.gov
  453. Bradford, Fred I  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5792 5792   US Fred.Bradford@ic.fbi.gov
  454. Brescia, Carly A  STAFF OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-584-5788   US Carly.Brescia@ic.fbi.gov
  455. Brodsky, Patrick G  ASAC 702-584-5430   US Patrick.Brodsky@ic.fbi.gov
  456. Bucheit, Laura A  SAC 702-584-5900 5410   US Laura.Bucheit@ic.fbi.gov
  457. Buel, Andrew R  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-654-5810   US Andrew.Buel@ic.fbi.gov
  458. Bugni, Nicholas E  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-657-5416   US Nicholas.Bugni@ic.fbi.gov
  459. Burke, Ryan S  SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5529   US Ryan.Burke@ic.fbi.gov
  460. Burke, Warren R  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-668-7012   US Warren.Burke@ic.fbi.gov
  461. Burkin, Jerald R  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-668-7024   US Jerald.Burkin@ic.fbi.gov
  462. Burt, Christina D  FIELD SUPERVISOR 702-584-5770   US Christina.Burt@ic.fbi.gov
  463. Burton, Heather D  SPECIAL AGENT 702-668-7018   US Heather.Burton@ic.fbi.gov
  464. Byers, Christopher J  LEGAL ATTACHE 702-604-6001     Christopher.Byers@ic.fbi.gov
  465. Cafiero, Stephanie  ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST-FO 702-584-5710   US Stephanie.Cafiero@ic.fbi.gov
  466. Callan, Addison  INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-654-5814   US Addison.Callan@ic.fbi.gov
  467. Canaan, Ian J  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281     Ian.Canaan@ic.fbi.gov
  468. Carey, Zachary S  SPECIAL AGENT 702-249-0239   US Zachary.Carey@ic.fbi.gov
  469. Carle, Denise K  SECRETARY-ASAC S/OA 702-584-5413 5413   US Denise.Carle@ic.fbi.gov
  470. Chang, Eric A  CONTRACTOR 702-203-2106     Eric.Chang@ic.fbi.gov
  471. Choi, Moon-Hui  FIELD SUPERVISOR 702-584-5525   US Moon-Hui.Choi@ic.fbi.gov
  472. Chrostowski, Michael R  INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 702-385-1281   US Michael.Chrostowski@ic.fbi.gov
  473. Clymer, Tracy L  FINANCIAL OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-584-5451   US Tracy.Clymer@ic.fbi.gov
  474. Coleman, Laurie J  FORENSIC ACCOUNTANT 702-584-5573   US Laurie.Coleman@ic.fbi.gov
  475. Collins, Wendy S  SPECIAL AGENT 702-668-7015   US Wendy.Collins@ic.fbi.gov
  476. Congo, Colin  SPECIAL AGENT 702-385-1281   US Colin.Congo@ic.fbi.gov
  477. Conlin, Edward L  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-584-5585   US Edward.Conlin@ic.fbi.gov
  478. Cook, Janos J  SPECIAL AGENT 702-236-0531   US Janos.Cook@ic.fbi.gov
  479. Correia, Vicki V  SECONDARY RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5565 5565   US Vicki.Correia@ic.fbi.gov
  480. Corry, Adam W  FIELD SUPERVISOR 702-584-5748 5748   US Adam.Corry@ic.fbi.gov
  481. Costa, Beatriz G  CONTRACTOR 702-584-5757   US Beatriz.Costa@ic.fbi.gov
  482. Cox, Curtis  SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5549   US Curtis.Cox@ic.fbi.gov
  483. Crow, Chad  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281     Chad.Crow@ic.fbi.gov
  484. Cummings, Angela M  HR ASSTNT (RECRUIT&PLAC)-FO 702-385-1281 5592   US Angela.Cummings@ic.fbi.gov
  485. Davis, Nathan P  NON-EMPLOYEE 702-218-2177   US Nathan.Davis@ic.fbi.gov
  486. Davis, Stephen W  SUPVY ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST 702-584-5571   US Stephen.Davis@ic.fbi.gov
  487. Decker, Eric L  SUPVY INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-584-5463   US Eric.Decker@ic.fbi.gov
  488. Dennewitz, Debbie M  TRAINING&CIVIC LIAISON SPECIALIST 702-584-5526 5526   US Debbie.Dennewitz@ic.fbi.gov
  489. Dickey, Joseph G  STATIONARY SUPERVISOR 702-584-5577   US Joseph.Dickey@ic.fbi.gov
  490. Dieguez, Rudolph  SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5849   US Rudolph.Dieguez@ic.fbi.gov
  491. Divan, Christine E  SUPVY ITSPEC 702-584-5544 5544   US Christine.Divan@ic.fbi.gov
  492. Divan, Roy A  SECURITY SPECIALIST-ACSO 702-584-5875 5875   US Roy.Divan@ic.fbi.gov
  493. Dockery, Tracy L  PRINCIPAL RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5730 5730   US Tracy.Dockery@ic.fbi.gov
  494. Domagas, Benjamin J  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5589   US Benjamin.Domagas@ic.fbi.gov
  495. Dorrough, Pauline  TRANSLATORS AND INTERPRETERS 702-584-5756   US Pauline.Dorrough@ic.fbi.gov
  496. Duerksen, Benjamin  INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-584-5845     Benjamin.Duerksen@ic.fbi.gov
  497. Dulgerian, Richelle M  SECRETARY-ASAC S/OA 702-584-5415 5415   US Richelle.Dulgerian@ic.fbi.gov
  498. Dunford, Brendan  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-236-7840   US Brendan.Dunford@ic.fbi.gov
  499. Elliott, Michael B  SECONDARY RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5569 5569   US Michael.Elliott@ic.fbi.gov
  500. Erickson, Robert F  STATIONARY SUPERVISOR 702-584-5939   US Robert.Erickson2@ic.fbi.gov
  501. Errington, Raymond C  CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER 702-584-5498   US Raymond.Errington@ic.fbi.gov
  502. Errington, Robyn L  PARALEGAL SPECIALIST-CDC 702-584-5823 5823     Robyn.Errington@ic.fbi.gov
  503. Eshleman, Cory J  EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN 702-584-5771   US Cory.Eshleman@ic.fbi.gov
  504. Felix, Carlos  SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5626   US Carlos.Felix@ic.fbi.gov
  505. Flaherty, Sue A  SPECIAL AGENT 702-584-5564 5564   US Sue.Flaherty@ic.fbi.gov
  506. Fogg, Karen R  CONTRACTOR 702-401-6426     Karen.Fogg@ic.fbi.gov
  507. Fonoimoana, Robert  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281     Robert.Fonoimoana@ic.fbi.gov
  508. Fonseca, Jazmin R  STAFF OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-584-5466   US Jazmin.Fonseca@ic.fbi.gov
  509. Fortson, Tonya A  CLERICAL-PHYSICAL TRAINING 702-584-5527 5527   US Tonya.Fortson@ic.fbi.gov
  510. Fox, Bryanna H  SPECIAL AGENT 702-236-8021   US Bryanna.HahnFox@ic.fbi.gov
  511. Franklin, Nadine L  PRINCIPAL RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5557   US Nadine.Franklin@ic.fbi.gov
  512. Galang, Janice L  SUPVY INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-584-5809   US Janice.Galang@ic.fbi.gov
  513. Gallagher, Joseph F  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-584-5725   US Joseph.Gallagher@ic.fbi.gov
  514. Gambini, Paul A  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281   US Paul.Gambini@ic.fbi.gov
  515. Game, Michael W  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281     Michael.Game@ic.fbi.gov
  516. Garcia, Jodi C  EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN 702-584-5595     Jodi.Garcia@ic.fbi.gov
  517. Gerwig, Christine Y  SECONDARY RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5723   US Christine.Gerwig@ic.fbi.gov
  518. Giannone, Joseph M  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-885-7977     Joseph.Giannone@ic.fbi.gov
  519. Gonzalez, Jason E  INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 702-378-0866   US Jason.Gonzalez@ic.fbi.gov
  520. Granil, Theresa M  CONTRACTOR 702-385-1281     Theresa.Granil@ic.fbi.gov
  521. Gray, Lloyd  CONTRACTOR 702-872-5329 5329   US Lloyd.Gray2@ic.fbi.gov
  522. Gross, Jackie N  OPERATIONAL SUPPORT TECHNICIAN 702-584-5578     Jackie.Gross@ic.fbi.gov
  523. Gruninger, Andrew  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5852   US Andrew.Gruninger@ic.fbi.gov
  524. Ha, Henry K  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-654-5804   US Henry.Ha@ic.fbi.gov
  525. Hagstrum, Paul D  INTELLIGENCE ANALYST 702-385-1281   US Paul.Hagstrum@ic.fbi.gov
  526. Hails, Thomas R  AUTOMOTIVE FLEET PROGRAM COORD 702-584-5941   US Thomas.Hails@ic.fbi.gov
  527. Hale, Jacob  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-485-5641   US Jacob.Hale@ic.fbi.gov
  528. Harris, Donald L  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5624   US Donald.Harris@ic.fbi.gov
  529. Hayes, Michele B  ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 702-584-5524   US Michele.Hayes@ic.fbi.gov
  530. Hayes, Nikisha L  INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT 713-702-0751   US Nikisha.Hayes@ic.fbi.gov
  531. Hendricks, T. Scott S  SPECIAL AGENT 702-668-7019   US T.Scott.Hendricks@ic.fbi.gov
  532. Hernandez, Ruben M  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5607   US Ruben.Hernandez@ic.fbi.gov
  533. Hill, Michael T  COMPUTER SCIENTIST-FIELD OPS 702-385-1281   US Michael.Hill@ic.fbi.gov
  534. Honea, Eric L  TASK FORCE OFFICER 702-385-1281     Eric.Honea@ic.fbi.gov
  535. Horner, Patrick J  TELECOMMUN MANAGER 702-383-3591   US Patrick.Horner@ic.fbi.gov
  536. Hughes, Michael J  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5789 48174   US Michael.Hughes@ic.fbi.gov
  537. Hunt, Robert E  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5853   US Robert.Hunt@ic.fbi.gov
  538. Hunter, Scott W  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5601   US Scott.Hunter2@ic.fbi.gov
  539. Iatarola, Elena  STATIONARY SUPERVISOR 702-584-5858   US Elena.Iatarola@ic.fbi.gov
  540. Ingalls, Aron J  RELIEF SUPERVISOR 702-584-5837   US Aron.Ingalls@ic.fbi.gov
  541. Jackson, Kathryn  STAFF OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 702-584-5568   US Kathryn.Jackson@ic.fbi.gov
  542. James, Holly  COMMUNITY OUTREACH SPECIALIST 702-584-5678   US Holly.James@ic.fbi.gov
  544. https://mega.nz/#F!U7YhyRCI!Vpt7PIO9nSbXjpuge2vd5g
  546. https://mega.nz/#!a5ACFQDK!i8ruKU9SVAnz95w-fEkxhfzFG70ELFOSWbZCC_RTnh8
  547. https://mega.nz/#!Ayxg0SaT!5BywJ3RKlHucAc0VKNjhrxZL_uQT3HrImLR0wq-YjHE
  549. https://mega.nz/#!BrJBwYbK!CzuthfPx0_W7utokK8gSQIU8zlytgurTu4JU9D5cDU4
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Map With Extensive List Of Sanctuary Cities, Counties And States Where Violence Could Break Out Or Disruptions Occur

DOD Prepares For A ‘Very Bad Day’ In America On November 4th, The Same Day Leftist Terrorists Declare ‘It Begins’

By Stefan Stanford – All News Pipeline – Live Free Or Die

While we’d think that by now we’d have seen and heard it all, we may just be getting started with most of 2017’s events just the ‘warm up act’ as we read in this new public announcement from the National Association for Amateur Radio (ARRL), the Department of Defense will be joining with them running a massive communications drill starting on November 4th through November 6th in which the exercises will simulate “a very bad day” scenario.

As we read in this new story from Infowars and hear in the 1st two videos below, the DOD/amateur radio community exercises “will begin with a national massive coronal mass ejection event which will impact the national power grid as well as all forms of traditional communication, including landline telephone, cellphone, satellite, and Internet connectivity” according to Army MARS Program Manager Paul English.


According to their website, MARS stands for Military Auxiliary Radio System and their purpose is described as organizing and training licensed amateur radio operators to support military communications activities.

As we read in the public announcement from the ARRL, a designated DOD Headquarters entity will request county-by-county status reports for the 3,143 US counties and county equivalents in order to gain situational awareness and to determine the extent of impact of the scenario, thus proving to us that this is a national readiness exercise to prepare for an ‘EMP scenario’ in America.

With these exercises coming soon after the US Congressional EMP Commission was shut down, and coincidentally, or not, during the same time period as many experts warn the US is in greater danger of an electro-magnetic pulse attack from North Korea than at any previous time in US history, as the Infowars story points out, these ‘exercises’ will also be coming at a time when the domestic terrorist group antifa has threatened to ‘make America ungovernable’.


Is it just a coincidence that this massive DOD drill inside of America, which is simulating an EMP/grid down scenario, is happening at the same time as the ‘preferred terrorists’ of George Soros, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and ‘the left’ have promised to keep their ‘protests’ up until President Trump and VP Mike Pence are driven from office? As the Federalist Papers reports, antifa’s proposed actions are nothing less than a call for the violent overthrow of the US government.

Yet it could be a very, very long winter for the ‘resist’ crowd with President Trump gaining strength at time when scandal is finally finding, and hopefully burying, Hillary Clinton and the DNC… though admittedly long overdue.

While we stand strongly with smart preparation and are encouraged by recent remarks made by the new head of FEMA, Brock Long, who recently stated that Americans need to develop a culture of preparedness, we also have long been warned of ‘enemies of America within’. As has long been taught in warfare, dating back to the legendary book ‘The Art of War’, one of the surest and easiest ways to defeat ones enemies is to sever their communications.

Living here in 2017, imagine waking up on the Saturday morning of November 4th to find out that you no longer had internet, nor did you have cell phone service, landline phone service nor any electricity at all for that matter.


Also unable to access the bank or the ATM’s or the stores as everybody was suddenly ‘out of business’, imagine then finding out through word of mouth on the street that not only was your community now cut off from the rest of the world but it appeared that calamity had spread across the United States and there appeared to be no end in sight.

Like the fictional TV shows ‘Jericho’ or ‘Revolution’, (both of which satanic hollywood shot down! wonder why?), no longer did they have instant information at their fingertips, relatives a phone or skype call away. And no longer would we have Drudge or Infowars or SHTFPlan or even CNN or MSNBC to get information from for that matter.

How quickly after such a scenario, whether via solar flare, EMP, cyber attack or trucking shut down, would it take for things to completely break down? While close to a worst case scenario, more and more experts are warning that our society, completely and totally dependent upon electricity to keep 324 million Americans alive, would crash nearly immediately afterwards in a moment and an hour that would quickly lead to ‘a very bad day’ in America.

In the excellent graphic that we see at the bottom of this story below videos, we see just how quickly America would come grinding to a halt should one of these very worst case scenarios happen in this totally unprepared country.

In the 3rd video below, a former organizer of antifa speaks out upon the dangers that he sees with a group that thinks its quite ok to use violence to achieve political goals. While ANP stands strongly with the amazing rights to protest that we have in this country, we stand strongly against violence being used in those ‘protests’.

As our videographer tells us, while he once organized for antifa, he now believes that the neo-marxist ideologies that are being taught at most western universities are ripping apart the fabric of society and adding to political and social polarization rather than helping unify. This former antifa organizer also believes that antifa ideology is a threat to civilization itself if left unchecked.

In the final video below, Mike Adams from Natural News shares with us some excellent information on ‘strategic relocation’.


The map above and list below of sanctuary cities, counties and states provide us with a starting point of where there could be disruptions beginning on November 4th and into 2018. While by no means is this list complete, any big city or college town could see disruptions of day to day life with antifa planning blockades of roads, attempts to shut down businesses and public spaces. An additional list of very specific events antifa has already announced with times and locations is also below.


New Mexico

Cities and Counties

In California:

Alameda County
Berkley Contra
Costa County
Los Angeles County
Los Angeles
Monterey County
Napa County
Orange County
Orange County
Riverside County
Sacramento County
San Bernardino County
San Diego County
San Francisco County
San Mateo County
Santa Ana
Santa Clara County
Santa Cruz County
Sonoma County

In Colorado:

Arapahoe County
Boulder County
Denver County
Garfield County
Grand County
Jefferson County
Larimer County
Mesa County
Pitkin County
Pueblo County
Routt County
San Miguel County
Weld County

In Connecticut: 

East Haven

District Of Columbia

In Florida:

Alachua County
Clay County
Hernando County

In Georgia:

Clayton County
DeKalb County

In Iowa:

Benton County
Cass County
Franklin County
Fremont County
Greene County
Ida County
Iowa City Iowa City,
Johnson County
Jefferson County
Marion County
Monona County
Montgomery County
Pottawattamie County
Sioux County

In Illinois:

Cook County

In Kansas:

Butler County
Harvey County
Sedgwick County
Shawnee County

In Louisiana:

New Orleans

In Massachusetts:


In Maryland:

Montgomery County
Prince George’s County

In Minnesota:

Hennepin County

In Nebraska:

Hall County
Sarpy County

In New Jersey:

Middlesex County
Ocean County
Union County

In New Mexico:

New Mexico County Jails
San Miguel

In Nevada:

Washoe County

In New York:

Franklin County
Nassau County
New York City
Omondaga County
St. Lawrence County
Wayne County

In Oregon:

Baker County
Clackamas County
Clatsop County
Coos County
Crook County
Curry County
Deschutes County
Douglas County
Gilliam County
Grant County
Hood River County
Jackson County
Jefferson County
Josephine County
Lane Countyn Lincoln County
Linn County
Malheur County
Marion County
Marlon County
Multnomah County
Polk County
Sherman County
Tillamok County
Umatilla County
Union County
Wallowa County
Wasco County
Washington County
Wheeler County
Yamhill County

In Pennsylvania:

Bradford County
Bucks County
Butler County
Chester County
Clarion County
Delaware County
Eerie County
Franklin County
Lebanon County Lehigh County
Lycoming County
Montgomery County
Montour County
Perry County
Pike County
Westmoreland County

In Rhode Island:

Rhode Island Rhode Island Department of Corrections

In Texas:

Dallas County
Travis County

In Virginia:

Arlington County
Chesterfield County

In Vermont:


In Washington:

Chelan County
Clallam County
Clark County
Cowlitz County
Franklin County
Jefferson County
King County
Kitsap County
Pierce County
San Juan County
Skagit County
Snohomish County
Spokane County
Thurston County
Walla Walla County
Wallowa County
Whatcom County
Yakima County

In Wisconsin:



The information below was gathered from ANTIFA flyers posted in cities across America advertising their plan to riot on Nov. 4, 2017. Citizens avoid these locations at the times indicated. Share to friends or family if they live in these cities or anyone will be traveling there. Thanks to Steve Quayle’s alerts:

SEATTLE, WA Time: 12 PM Location: 4th Ave. & James St. Seattle City Hall Plaza
PORTLAND, OR Time: 2 PM Location: Salmon St. Fountain
SAN FRANCISCO, CA Time: 3 PM Location: Union Square
LOS ANGELES, CA Time: 1 PM Location: Pershing Square
PHILADELPHIA, PA Time: 2 PM Location: Thomas Paine Plaza 1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
HONOLULU, HI Time: 9:30 AM Location: Ala Moana Park (EWA Side)
CLEVELAND, OH Time: 1 PM Location: Public Square
CHICAGO, IL Time: 1 PM Location: 219 S. Dearborn, Federal Plaza
BOSTON, MA Time: 4 PM Location: 1 Franklin St., Shoppers Plaza
AUSTIN, TX Time: 1 PM Location: 422 Guadalupe St., Republic Square Park
ATLANTA, GA Time: 4 PM Location: Euclid & Moreland Ave. NE Little 5 Points / Findlay Plaza

While many Americans truly believe that the store shelves will continue to be restocked with foods as that’s the way it has always been in modern-day America, the outstanding graphic from Pinterest seen below shows us just how quickly things will come grinding to a halt here in America should the trucks stop running. And whether that is due to a massive truckers strike or antifa blocking roadways across the country for an extended period of time or an EMP or solar flare takes down our electrical grid, the results will be much the same.

Within 24 hours, the hospitals would be running out of basic supplies while service stations would run out of fuel. Within 2 to 3 days, food shortages would be widespread while essentials such as bottled water and canned meats would disappear.  Within a week, automobile travel would cease to exist except for the very prepared few as fuel at service stations became non-existentent while within 2 weeks, our clean water supply would run dry (though we’d argue it would be much sooner than that). Within days, outright pandemonium would grip America as Americans slowly and ‘through the grape-vine’ learned that the power wasn’t going to be coming back on and the trucks had stopped running.

While this is a ‘worst case scenario’, this is why we prepare. Our families and loved ones are depending upon us.



Las Vegas shooter’s father was on FBI’s most-wanted list


site of Las Vegas shooting

site of Las Vegas shooting


The father of the shooter who murdered 58 people and wounded over 500 others in the worst mass shooting in US history had an extensive criminal history and was on the FBI’s most-wanted list, the Daily Mail and NBC reported.

Stephen Paddock opened fire at a country music concert at the Mandalay Bay resort hotel in Las Vegas just before 10:30 p.m. local time Sunday night.

According to the reports, Paddock’s father was Benjamin Haskins Paddock, who was arrested in 1960 for robbing an Arizona bank. The elder Paddock escaped from prison in 1968 and spent eight years on the run.

Paddock was placed on the FBI’s most-wanted list in 1969, where he remained until he was captured outside a bingo parlor in Oregon in 1978. He was one of the organization’s ’10 most-wanted’ men.

“Since he has utilized firearms in previous crimes, has employed violence in attempting to evade arrest and has been diagnosed as being psychopathic, Paddock should be considered extremely dangerous,” Palmer M. Baken Jr., the agent in charge of the Phoenix FBI office said at the time, according to the Tuscon Daily Citizen.

According to the FBI, the elder Paddock was “diagnosed as psychopathic” and possibly had “suicidal tendencies.”

Neil deGrasse Tyson joins the list of the world’s most EVIL propagandists who push poison in the name of “science”

Chances are that during his tenure at Harvard back in the late 1970s, Neil deGrasse Tyson never had cognitive aspirations of becoming a poster boy for corporate, for-profit “science” after graduation. But that’s exactly what this pseudoscience charlatan has become, joining the ranks of other shameless propagandists like Jon Entine and Bill Nye whose entire careers are centered around spreading lies and misinformation about science to the public.


Following in the footsteps of his hero Carl Sagan, Tyson has long been a lover of all things astronomy. After being appointed by former President George W. Bush to serve on the U.S. Aerospace Industry Commission, Tyson would eventually be asked to implement the entire U.S. Space Exploration Policy. His reputation would grow exponentially as a result of these great honors, propelling Tyson to his current status, which some might describe as “ultimate science communicator.”

There’s only one problem, though. What Neil deGrasse Tyson communicates isn’t science – it’s a bunch of corporate talking points strung together to sound cool and edgy. In more cases than not, it’s also flat-out lies, not only about science itself but also about other people. The man is a total fraud, in other words, which is unfortunate because he really could have been someone great, had he not decided to sell his soul to the devil somewhere along the way.

One of Tyson’s most notorious lies is the one that conflates genetic modification with selective breeding. The former involves artificially splicing plant, animal, and even chemical DNA together to create mutant organisms that don’t exist anywhere in nature. The latter is a natural technique by which desirable traits within the same species are utilized to create stronger plants. It’s a very basic distinction, but Neil deGrasse Tyson doesn’t seem to know the difference – that, or he’s willfully and knowingly spreading deception to make GMOs seem safe.

“Tyson has said that we’ve been genetically mutating food for ‘thousands of years’ but this is simply not true,” explains TruthWiki.org.

“Genetically modifying food with dangerous organisms that would never find their way into the seeds of the food that humans eat is extremely unethical. Even the process of artificial selection has nothing to do with biotechnology, where the latter involves inserting the genes of foreign living things into the seeds of a crop in order to kill weeds and insects for profit.”

Neil deGrasse Tyson constantly makes up quotes to fabricate his many conspiracy theories

A large segment of Tyson’s following is folks who’ve listened to him speak once or twice and simply like his sharp and witty communication style. But if these people would actually take the time to investigate whether or not his claims have any merit, they’d realize that a great many of them don’t. In fact, many of the people or sources Tyson quotes as cannon fodder in order to prop himself aren’t actually real.

In one instance, Tyson gave a speech lambasting the very man who helped put him where he is today. He claimed that former President George W. Bush uttered the phrase, “Our God is the God who named the stars,” immediately after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, citing this alleged quote as evidence that Bush was trying to segregate the various gods of the Abrahamic religions when, in his personal view, they’re all the same God.

Bush became the object of ridicule on this particular occasion because Tyson saw an opportunity to prop himself up at the former president’s expense. But an investigation by The Federalist found that Bush never actually said this quote. President Bush did quote something similar after the Columbia Space Shuttle explosion in 2003, but he did not do so after 9/11 in order to distance American religion from the one practiced by radical Muslims.

Not a single thing that Tyson said about Bush during that speech was in any way true, and yet nobody in the mainstream media called him out for this. For that matter, neither did any of his followers, most of whom were probably awestruck just to be able to hear their science god utter words from his own mouth.

This wasn’t the only instance in which Tyson lied about things other people said – or wrote – in order to make himself appear smarter than he actually is. During a presentation he made at the Tableau Conference in Seattle, Tyson showed a slide to his audience with words that he claimed were printed in an actual newspaper headline. The alleged headline read as follows: “Half the schools in the district are below average.”

The point of Tyson putting up this headline was to mock it – look how badly journalists understand statistics, he proclaimed. Except for one thing: The headline wasn’t real. That’s right – Tyson completely made it up and was later called out on this fact by multiple sources before it was buried down the memory hole. Tyson has been caught making up quotes on many other occasions as well, including one that he used to bash members of Congress.

Tyson even appears to have made up an entire story about how he “bravely” confronted a judge for being mathematically illiterate – a story that, every time Tyson tells it, constantly seems to change.

In truth, Neil deGrasse Tyson is right at home with other known liars like Jon Entine and Bill Nye, not to mention corporate entities like Big Tobacco and the American Council on Science and Health (ACSH), both of which peddle sciencey-sounding lies to the easily persuaded and gullible segments of society.






A List Of 100 Things That Liberals Hate About America

Why do liberals seem to hate just about everything that is good and true and right about this country?  Earlier today I was writing an article about Kathy Griffin and the hate-filled ideology that she represents, and it got me thinking about a lot of things.  I truly believe that her now infamous photograph will turn out to be a defining moment in American politics.  It has become exceedingly clear that Kathy Griffin and those like her have nothing to offer but anger, hate and violence, and that is not a message that most Americans are going to embrace.  So if true conservatives can start communicating a message of love, peace, prosperity, liberty and freedom that is based on the principles and values that this nation was founded upon, there is no way that the left is going to be able to compete with that.

If we want to make America great again, we need to embrace the things that made us great in the first place.  Unfortunately, the left tends to hate most of those things.  In fact, many leftists will actually tell you that America was never great.  These “progressives” want our nation to be fundamentally “transformed” into an entirely different place than our forefathers intended, and they plan to use big government as the tool to conduct that “transformation”.

If they ultimately win, the country that you and I love so much today will be gone forever.  I want you to read the list below and imagine what the United States would be like if all of these things were eradicated.  The following is a list of 100 things that liberals hate about America…

#1 The U.S. Constitution

#2 Liberty

#3 Freedom

#4 Success

#5 Big Trucks

#6 Capitalism

#7 Free Markets

#8 Wealthy People

#9 Economic Prosperity

#10 The Rule Of Law

#11 Traditional Values

#12 The American Flag

#13 The Founding Fathers

#14 Guns

#15 Limited Government

#16 Religious Freedom

#17 Homeschooling

#18 Private Schools

#19 Christian Schools

#20 Entrepreneurs

#21 Ronald Reagan

#22 Donald Trump

#23 Mike Pence

#24 Country Music

#25 Rush Limbaugh

#26 The Tea Party

#27 Lower Taxes

#28 Old-Fashioned Light Bulbs

#29 Jesus

#30 The Bible

#31 The Christian Faith

#32 The Drudge Report

#33 John Wayne

#34 Alex Jones


#36 Tupperware

#37 Big Cheeseburgers

#38 Football

#39 Clint Eastwood

#40 The Army

#41 The Navy

#42 The Marines

#43 The Air Force

#44 Ron Paul

#45 Rand Paul

#46 Marriage

#47 Family

#48 Babies

#49 Wal-Mart

#50 Flag Pins

#51 Steakhouses

#52 Chuck Norris

#53 Bottled Water

#54 George Washington

#55 The 1st Amendment

#56 The 2nd Amendment

#57 The 10th Amendment

#58 The Pledge Of Allegiance

#59 McDonald’s

#60 Coca-Cola

#61 Fried Food

#62 Muscle Cars

#63 Charlie Daniels

#64 Dolly Parton

#65 Duck Dynasty

#66 Johnny Cash

#67 Sarah Palin

#68 Cheesesteaks

#69 Sean Hannity

#70 Rodeos

#71 Cadillacs

#72 Barbie Dolls

#73 Ted Cruz

#74 Fiscal Sanity

#75 Charlton Heston

#76 Israel

#77 Benjamin Netanyahu

#78 Miners

#79 Loggers

#80 The Coal Industry

#81 National Sovereignty

#82 National Borders

#83 Uncle Sam

#84 The Washington Redskins

#85 Small Businesses

#86 Self-Employment

#87 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles

#88 Military Veterans

#89 The Phrase “Islamic Terror”

#90 Big Families

#91 The Bible Belt

#92 The Creation Museum

#93 The 10 Commandments

#94 Anyone That Is Pro-Life

#95 Anyone That Disagrees With Them

#96 Hard Work

#97 Patriotism

#98 Winning

#99 The Truth

#100 The American People