Constance Caraway P.I. ~ Episode 170

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Constance Caraway P.I. ~ Episode 170

 …When a covert operation goes awry, you have no idea what may be coming down the pike…

The FBI guy recounts, “I am looking at a list of fatalities and it is scary:

Characters CC-FM-001>Ernesto Pacelli, the Pope’s Brother – we’re going straight to hell.

>Two Mastadon stooges – hey, good stooges are hard to find.

>Vincent Wolfgram, Mastadon field supervisor? Struck by lightning – now that’s original.

>Bart Simpson, the McGraw-Hill publisher who was really a nice guy.

>Martin Kamen, a colleague of Libby’s, incinerated at Argonne – Illinois is lucky the fire didn’t spread to the nukes!

>Jesse James Daniels, a CIA agent… What in the Sam-hell is the goshddamed OSS doing anywhere nears our business? And now you make a casual mention of Libby being dead. Shouldn’t that have been the end of things right then and there? Every single interested party in this case is dead.”

“We did not count on this private investigator from Florida sticking around. She was hired  to help locate Libby, after he went missing.”

“She… as in a woman?” The Deputy Attorney General makes a solid guess.

“Yes, Constance Caraway.”

“Wait, err, just a minute… is that the same broad who nailed that Nazi double agent sniffing around the atomic bomb? Please don’t tell me we hired her, she’s too much a straight shooter and loopy partner of hers…”

“No, Kamen did and that’s what we can’t figure out, even with Kamen out of the picture, she is still bird-dogging the case,” Conroy is baffled. “In fact she mustered the entire CPD and they called in the Illinois National Guard to shake down that Greenwood house.”

“I thought we had the CPD in our pockets.”

“We do, but they were never briefed on what we’re doing regarding Mastadon, or even that we’ve owned 5046 for years.”

“Then why don’t we haul the bitch in and stash her where the sun doesn’t shine.”

“Not only does she have her agency partner involved, but a flyboy boyfriend and some hick lawyer from Florida.”

“Oh swell and can you throw in Mother Teresa?”

“No, Billy Graham.”

“Jesus, this is all I need, McGrath is going to have my head!” Deputy Malone answers to a superior, the Attorney General of the United States. “You tell our Mr. Winters that he should get busy on some of these targets, he missing the mark.”

When a covert operation goes awry, you have no idea what may be coming down the pike.


Constance Caraway P.I.

Awry

Forever Mastadon


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Constance Caraway P.I. ~ Episode 165

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Constance Caraway P.I. ~ Episode 165

…If we can handle political conventions and all those crazies, I think we can handle one house…

“What can you tell us about the organization called Forever Mastadon?” asks the higher ranked flatfoot, the very first law enforcement hereabout to ever/even admit to wondering what has been going for months in the greater Chicagoland area.

Constance steps into the interrogation, FM is the group behind the abduction of Willard Libby, a scientist affiliated with the U of C. not to mention all the other crap they have pulled on anyone connected to the poor man. They have an agenda, one where he keeps his research to himself.”

“Do you have an address for these people; somewhere we can put a stop to this?”

Greenwood 5046

5046 South Greenwood

“Yeah, 5046 South Greenwood, that would be a good place to start, at this point Constance would not mind having a 2,000 man police force pitch in on this battle, “but if you go there, I’d make sure you have enough men. You will not believe what you’re up against — we do, though being able to explain it to you in advance is hard. You should form your own opinions.”

“Say, aren’t you the broad who shot those two guys on the North side? It was the talk of the department.”

That was me, yes. I took out the two guys who kidnapped Fanny two months ago, then Edie a month back,” her mea culpa comes without remorse. “Don’t you sense a trend going on here? Two rooms of this hospital hold repeat victims of these creeps.”

“Would you be willing to lead a team of tactical officers on a sweep of that Greenwood address?”

“Would I? Hell, I am ready to put another hurt on that bastard.”

“Another? You talk like you have a history with their leader.”

“Yeah, you could say he’s one hell of a handful. If you would let me, I’d like to bring in Agent Daniels-001an expert, he’s with the CIA. He possesses a particular set of unique skills, been on this case longer than me and Fanny.”

“If you can get him here by tomorrow, you have a deal.”

“You can find me at these numbers, telephone and street over on the university campus.” Connie was born to the big time. “One unmarked comes and gets get us before dawn, but I want you to understand one thing… we — Agent Daniels and me are going to be in charge of the operation.”

“I’ll have all the men in our district on the scene, riot gear, gas masks, blast shields, the whole shot. If we can handle political conventions and all those crazies, I think we can handle one house.

Famous last words?


Constance Caraway P.I.

FM Biz-001

Forever Mastadon


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Constance Caraway P.I. ~ Episode 121

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Constance Caraway P.I. ~ Episode 121

…at least the spy can jettison the two Vatican and Hades of his five aliases. “The Rogue” – Jesse James – Daniels will carry on…

Pentateuch ponders his shrinking prospects.

“Establishing a strategic base with both the requisite temperature control and placementDark Ages-001 near an iconic religious confluence is critical, Cephus. Find me another one before the day is out.” Because of the eternal heat of his primary dwelling place, where this fallen angel must spend the majority of his time in the company of dead non-believers, he has found it necessary to regenerate his countenance in a refrigerated environment while spending time “above” the Lake of Fire. “I have had that building since before my faithful servant Petrarch’s corruption had to give way to that tepid reawakening movement. I so long for another dark age! ”

The age of forgetfulness was a fertile playground for nearly a millennium. He attempts to add a historical frame for his cause, into the soul of Cephus, his double-dealing doer are dark deeds.

And Pentateuch has a singular way of summoning his subjects, lacking the omnipotence of the Divine One. It is definitely off-worldly and without a physics elucidation, and can be directed at a single person; the intended target hears things that are inaudible to everyone else.

Daniels/Spencer/Cephus has that exclusive receptor and though it startles him every time, he generally responds, in accordance to his nefarious duties. Considering the recent setbacks suffered by his current manic manager, Agent Daniels has been removed from his “Spencer/Cephus” umbrellas byconspiracy the CIA home office, in a preemptive attempt to save him from harm. They cannot remove any telepathic traces that remain, but at least he can jettison the two Vatican and Hades of his five aliases. “The Rogue” – Jesse James – Daniels will carry on.

The Dark Deceptor seeks to regroup, calling out to his now vacated assistant, but no one is home. Daniels girds himself, while aftershocks are being felt around the world, even in places without major continental faults; Geiger Counters chatter in the wake of a big planetary belch.


Constance Caraway P.I.

Forever Mastadon


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Constance Caraway P.I. ~ Episode 81

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Constance Caraway P.I. ~ Episode 81

…Agent Daniels – The Man of Many Hats…

The OSS (Office of Strategic Services) forerunner of the modern CIA, had served its purpose during the recently concluded world war; somebody had to keep the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines on the same page. There is a danger when separate organizations do not share intelligence and the OSS virtually forced them to. If that essential fact is a lesson learned, then it becomes an important memo to the future and heeding it is highly recommended.

In the case of the Libby Affair, the military plays no part. Domestic matters are left to people like Agent Daniels, who operate on the opaque fringes of the world stage; no first names required.

As Cephus, to Forever Mastadon, Agent Daniels is a Vatican insider who leaks PapalWorld Agnostica-001 matters. He provides advanced notice of where the Pope is going and what his agenda is. Keeping track of the Pope is one of “their” obsessions. And it is because of this usefulness, that Cephus/Daniels/Rogue is being brought into the inner circle, not of FM but the mysterious World Agnostica Unlimited.

Agnostica has not made the connection between the name Cephus and the bible; had they dug a little deeper they would have discovered that Cephus was Noah’s fourth son, Noah representing God’s greatest display of omnipotence; all of Satan’s (best) vanquished in favor of God’s (hand picked), i.e. The Flood.

Inside an innocuous building on Via Catone,  in not one of Rome’s finer neighborhoods, Cephus has been summoned to the top floor. There is no elevator to confuse what number that floor would be. Elevators were not invented in the 19th century A.D. and judging by the well-worn Italian granite steps, by centuries of heavy use, it is in accord with the outwardly abandoned appearance on this sleepy public way.The_Great_Deception

Be it at four or five stories, the steps end at the top, yet the mean temperature has dropped with every level, from a moderate 16 outdoor degrees Celsius to minus 2, below freezing, without the assistance of compressed ammonia.

Daniels/Cephus will set aside any possible explanation for later, having been met in the hall by Canisso/Wolfgram, dedicated defender of “The Great Deception”.


Constance Caraway P.I.

Forever Mastadon


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Secret Agencies – Plundering Our Privacy

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10 Infamous Secret Agencies

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A Brief History

On April 13, 1953, the US Central Intelligence Agency launched Project MKULTRA, attempting to learn how to use drugs and other techniques for the purpose of mind control. Unfortunately, the CIA did not help its reputation by using unsuspecting innocent people as human guinea pigs.  Many secret agencies, whether for the purpose of international intrigue or homeland security, have brought fear and distrust upon themselves, whether deserved or not.  Sometimes the fear is from people who richly deserve to be afraid, sometimes the fear is from innocent people.  Here are 10 secret agencies infamous for either ruthlessness, bungling, deadly efficiency, disregard of law, or any combination of these. Which agencies not listed here would you include?


Snooping, ever snooping…….

10. Okhrana, Imperial Russia.

Serving Imperial Russia until the communist revolution, the Okhrana was the prototype for all the other Soviet and Russian secret police that followed.  A feared unit using undercover agents to undermine trade unions and political opposition, they were not above killing people perceived to be enemies of the state.  The secret police tradition did not die out with Imperial Russia, nor with the Soviet Union, and it lives today by another name in the Russian Federation.

9. Praetorian Guard, Rome.

We will include the Frumentarii along with the Praetorian Guard as they co-existed from 753 BCE to 476 CE, functioning as bodyguards and henchmen for the emperor, sometimes used to gather information or sent to do political dirty work.  Unfortunately for Roman nobility, the so called body guards sometimes had their own agenda and several Roman emperors were killed by their own Praetorian Guard!  The successor organization was the Agentes in Rebus, that operated from the 400’s to the 800’s CE in a more clandestine fashion, similar to modern agencies such as the Gestapo or KGB.

8. Office of Strategic Services, United States.

The OSS came to life during World War II and shortly after the war was disbanded by becoming the CIA. During the war the OSS engaged in all sorts of clandestine operations using American and foreign agents to sabotage enemy operations and gather intelligence, as well as spread misinformation.  (Note: Most of these agencies also engage in spreading misinformation. So does the weatherman!)  The OSS is remarkable for starting from scratch and making it up as they went along.  Led by Maj. Gen. William Donovan, the OSS was also allegedly involved in assassinations.

7. National Security Agency, United States.

Unlike the portrayals on television and in the movies, the NSA does not have field agents killing people and blowing things up.  They are an intelligence gathering agency that targets electronic, communication, and photographic intelligence.  In the news recently for monitoring telephones and computers inside the borders of the US, the NSA has taken quite a step backwards in the public opinion.

6. Secret Intelligence Service, MI-6, United Kingdom.

Bond, James Bond. You would almost expect Miss Moneypenny to answer the phone if you called MI-6.  The image of a dashing and debonair James Bond gives an unrealistic but aura of competence to the SIS. In existence for over 100 years, the British government only acknowledged the existence of MI-6 in 1994. A s with the “No Such Agency” in the US, the public had already heard of it.

5. SAVAK, Iran.

After being set up by the CIA for the Shah of Iran, the SAVAK only had from 1957 to 1979 to earn a miserable reputation as murderers and torturers.  The fear and loathing inspired by the SAVAK certainly must have outweighed any good they did for the Shah, and this disgust had a lot to do with the revolutionary fervor that overthrew the Peacock Throne. Some of the atrocities alleged to have been inflicted on Iranians by the SAVAK include putting broken glass and pouring boiling water in victims’ rectums!

4. Mossad, Israel.

Not just intelligence gathering and counterintelligence, the Mossad apparently also works as a “hit squad” when needed.  An example would be exacting revenge for the 1972 Munich Olympic terrorist slaughter of Israeli athletes, after which Mossad agents went around the globe searching for and killing the perpetrators.  Since Israel does not acknowledge Mossad operations, every time some terrorist gets murdered the Mossad is blamed, only increasing its fear factor.  When you answer your cell phone and it explodes taking your head with it, that may have been the Mossad!

3. Gestapo, Nazi Germany.

These goons in the black uniforms are pretty much the iconic image of what we think of when we think of secret police.  The terror of German citizens who may have let slip a “defeatist” word or two, or perhaps spoke out against murdering the Jews, the Gestapo also terrorized the German occupied countries during World War II.  Another short lived agency, their legacy will seemingly last forever as the most archetypical secret police organization.  Now, sign zee papers old man…

2. KGB, Soviet Union.

Known in the Soviet Union as The Committee for State Security, who could question the purity of their motives? Similar to the CIA, FBI, and Secret Service rolled into one, the KGB was a worthy successor to the Russian and Soviet secret police and intelligence agencies that preceded it (including the Okhrana, Cheka, NKVD, and GRU).  Known to use all the nifty spy gadgets that you would expect in a movie, such as hollowed out coins, poison pens and umbrella tips, secret cameras and microphones, hidden weapons and everything else a spy could want for Christmas, they were not above using heterosexual and homosexual sex traps to blackmail Westerners.  The KGB is not really gone, or forgotten, just another name change.  Oh, and that Putin guy causing all the trouble lately… he was KGB.

1. CIA, United States.

Not the oldest agency, but certainly the one that spends the most money.  The CIA even had its own airline during the Viet Nam War.  Supposedly not allowed to operate inside the United States, the CIA gathers intelligence (largely through HUMINT) and engages in counterintelligence overseas.  Additionally, the CIA has operated training and paramilitary operations using foreign nationals in both counter-insurgency and in attempts to disrupt foreign governments.  It is generally accepted that the CIA conducted various crackpot schemes against Fidel Castro in Cuba, trying to assassinate him with poisoned or exploding cigars or embarrassing him by making his hair fall out.  The experiments they did on unsuspecting innocent civilians with LSD and other drugs and accusations of torture and murder continue to haunt “The Company.”

Secret Agencies

– Plundering Our Privacy