Friday, March 5, 2010

Another Software Engineer from CA Goes on Apparent Suicidal Rampage

We had Joseph Andrew Stack, now we have John Patrick Bedell.
Again a software engineer from California has made the news. This time he has shot two policemen at the Pentagon's metro station. He was gunned down afterwards and died of his wounds. This time, his alleged anger with the government was not over the IRS, according to news reports, but with the alleged suicide of Colonel James Sabow, and with the government's cover up of the real events of 9/11.

Apparently a deleted wikipedia profile page revealed the following statement of someone with the same name as the shooter:

I am determined to see that justice is served in the death of Colonel James Sabow, as a step toward establishing the truth of events such as the September 11 demolitions and institutions such as the coup regime of 1963 that maintains itself in power through the global drug trade, financial corruption, and murder, among other crimes.

The shooting fits in conveniently with the opinion piece a few months ago of Arnaud De Borchgrave who had mysteriously attempted to link 9/11 truth with the Fort Hood shooter as a dangerous threat.

This shooting is being described in media reports as the efforts of a "right-wing extremist with virulent antigovernment feelings."

From Bedell's Linkedin Profile we find a similar collection of tech companies as we associated previously with the Joe Stack case. It will be interesting to see if this similarity has any meaning.

Below is a video which is claimed to represent him speaking about a project of his, Information Currency.

He also has a website where proposals of his on 'DNA integrated circuits' can be downloaded.

These may be related to proposals which according to an article on, "outlined his idea for DNA nanotechnology research that might "provide significant new capabilities for the Department of Defense and the individual warfighter."

Uptdate: Cryptogon has identified the 28 page proposal, here is the link.

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