Young female ex-CIA agent goes rogue telling all......
She claims the CIA held her in a Psych Hospital against her will. Personally i think she's predisposed to Schizophrenia, The Agency realized such, and nipped the problem in the bud after she displayed inappropriate behavior.
The thing is she's continually blogging & Tweeting about it. You can follow her tweets at @wlynnae.
Alot of CIA agents have been subject to mind control, causing the defragmentation of the mind, if often takes place in Mental Hospitals too, research it, it's disgusting yet fascinating.
John Lear and this chick are both whack jobs. John Lear's crap has been debunked plenty. This woman just sounds like she's off her meds.
Also, the CIA has a stringent recruiting process. John Lear and this woman would never have passed the first round of vetting.
It's convenient that the CIA won't confirm or deny if someone's been with the CIA.
"Why kill her if you can make believe she's nuts?"
I hear you.
I do not believe that the CIA would let her live if they consider her a threat. Maybe in her case being known as mentally ill is enough?
[quote]It's convenient that the CIA won't confirm or deny if someone's been with the CIA.
Convenient but not unusual. When I worked in DC, if you were chatting with someone and asked where they work, you might get a reply with the name of the company or the government agency where they work. If they reply, "I work for the government," and don't give further info, you can figure they're with FBI, CIA, NSA, etc.
[quote] claims to have CIA insider information. mostly about 9/11 and the moon
The MOON!? Do tell. Is it made of cheese?
Lots of people who work for the CIA can actually tell you they do. I have friends who worked there. They weren't all agents though. They did have to report if any foreign nationals visited their homes. One of my friends was very international having lived around the world as a foreign service brat. She maintained her international coterie with new friends all the time while her more staid sibling worked in computers for the CIA - every time there was a loud, raucus party her sister would go nuts cause she knew she'd have to report the visitors.
Some of the people who are agents have cover jobs and they'll tell you that. Like they work for the State Dept. or are in the Foreign Service. Sometimes the cover job is a business/corporate job.
Intelligence gathering is vital to any govt. This is sort of crazy talk to think it is this evil entity. Not saying they haven't committed acts some people would label as "evil" but the CIA as monolithic, boogey man out to brainwash the world is a typical symptom of schizephrenia/bipolar disorder. Very grandiose thinking.
Well r18, nothing about cheese, but Lear says there are structures on the moon clumped together in small cities but they are obscured by holograms so we can't see them from earth.
The CIA is horrible and evil. We should hope that other government finds all of our CIA agents, and stomps on them, like the roaches that they are.
Thanks,19. I had no idea. Maybe they are shopping malls or military installations. However if we have gone back to the moon there is no way that would be a secret. My daddy worked for the space program and they are huge gossips.
I have never had a desire to travel in outspace. I must be missing the explorer gene. I prefer the comforts of earth - though I did like the new Battlestar Gallactica.
I read some more of that Lynnae Williams' site. It seems likely she has bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. She said one of the reasons she was asked to resign or seek treatment was her family mental health history as well as her "inappropriate behavior." It's sad really because so many people with this have no sense of their illness.
They offered to let her disability retirement. Damn. She should take it - you can still work elsewhere and still get govt benefits and no one can touch your disability ever - like it can never be garnished or attached by creditors or ex-spouses, etc.
[quote]She said one of the reasons she was asked to resign or seek treatment was her family mental health history as well as her "inappropriate behavior."
Which is why she would never have even made the first round. Do you all really think the CIA doesn't vet people with serious mental illnesses?
She was never with the CIA, but it's obvious she wanted to be. This whole thing is all in her head.
[quote]Convenient but not unusual.
I never said it was "unusual". It's standard operating procedure.
But in this woman's case, it is convenient for her in that the CIA will not disclose if she was or was not an employee.
It never occurred to that the whole CIA thing might be in her head. That's a pretty minor fantasy she's having then. Though I guess for some people any connection with the CIA may seem grand. I had a young client once who applied for a job with the CIA as a maintenance worker. He had to take a polygraph and he admitted he smoked pot as a younger teen. He still got the job once I got his case dismissed.
She may not have had any symptoms when she first applied. Females tend to develop symptoms later than males. Those with higher IQs I think can mask the symptoms longer as well. So I can see if she did work there in some capacity fora few years that her illness developed later. Maybe she was just a computer jockey or secretary and she has made her job seem like that of an agent.
But, yea that's convenient that they won't "confirm or deny." I don't think that's a hard and fast rule though. Maybe it depends on your job or the circumstances.
She's probably crazy but I still want to see the CIA dead.
I knew a schizophrenic, he had an ongoing delusion about the CIA being after him. He said the CIA would shoot him but he would just shit the bullets out. Poor guy, they put him on lithium and the poor guy kind of turned into a zombie.
She was a covert agent in training so no she was not just a secretary. She worked for another intel agency prior to the CIA. Conversely she was just in training, she doesn't really have much to spill.
I interviewed for the CIA and was accepted though I turned down the offer. I asked the interviewee what do employees say when asked about their jobs and she said they all say "government" and everyone knows that means CIA. This is of course for the analysts. I don't know how the operatives answer the question.
IVE seen the retired wackjob go SUPER ULTRA MODERATION OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER SYNDROME....all over 3 words via text/email TOP SECRET SCI ....which set off flashback ptsd of which snowballed into the most arrogant attitude via ...alleged ""sullying"" the secrecy of S.U.C.K. ...super ultra control cracker...soooo funny....these super crackers.......an OGLALA SIOUX