UPDATE June 24, 2023 – 8 Signs That The Futuristic Control-Freak Agenda is Rapidly Moving Forward – RIDGECREST CITY COUNCIL Delays Vote On Police-State PLACER.AI Surveillance System And License Plate Readers – Wall Street Journal Exposes NSA-CIA Level Surveillance on Americans

Placer.ai is “An active Israeli intelligence gathering operation in the United States” – Chad Chaddington YouTube Channel video below (Must Watch)

By Mike Sinnott

June 21, 2023 Update

It makes no difference if the government hires an international corporation to do the dirty work for them, it’s still a violation of the 4th Amendment of the Constitution according to Judge Andrew Napolitano:

Meeting Update: Councilman Scott Hayman pulled License Plate Readers and Placer.ai from budget approval. These items will require a future agenda discussion and vote before any purchases or contracts are made. See below for more information.

7:49 Sinnott re Placer.ai and Roadrunner395 after 3 years.
21:24 Hayman pulls Item 3 on consent calendar, Wants 2 items pulled. LPR’s and Placer.ai
30:50 Sinnott re Placer.ai (Bruen interrupts: “That’s a blatant lie”) LOL
34:35 Bruen: Says we don’t have a contract with them yet.

Insightful Council Comments by Councilman Gorman and Councilman Hayman begin at 3:08:56 and 3:11:35 respectively. Well worth a replay on both counts.

To all Concerned Citizens,

Tonight, the Ridgecrest City Council votes on a budget that includes granting the authority to City Manager Ron Strand to implement Placer.ai AI-Geotracking and surveillance along with License Plate Readers in the City’s budget.

This entire process, including the “Balsam Night Out”, was an orchestrated production by Mayor Eric Bruen, Councilman Kyle Blades and City Manager Ron Strand. Councilman Soloman Rajaratnam served on the Economic Development Committee along with Councilman Blades.

None of the above acts including the decision to hold “Balsam Night Out” was agendized nor was any public comment made, with exception of myself and a few others who represent a small to non-existent gallery in the City’s chambers.

This is disgraceful. They have violated their oaths of office by conducting the business of the City in this surreptitious and underhanded manner, and in doing so they have violated the Brown Act in spirit if not in their dastardly deeds.

Shame on the City of Ridgecrest and City Manager Ron Strand.

I sincerely wish the rest of you have a Happy July 4th holiday anywhere but in Ridgecrest.

Mike Sinnott

#5 Federal agencies in the United States have been purchasing massive amounts of information about U.S. citizens from data brokers, and we are being warned that such information could potentially be used for “blackmail, stalking, harassment and public shaming”

Federal agencies are secretly accumulating mountains of data that could be used for “blackmail, stalking, harassment and public shaming” of American citizens.

That allegation doesn’t come from a pink-haired civil-liberties fanatic — it’s in a new report for the nation’s chief spymaster, Avril Haines. (CAI = Commercially Available Information , see the declassified ODNI Report below.)

June 13, 2023 Update

The Wall Street Journal has provided a timely article on the use of geolocation and data mining by US intelligence agencies. The uses of aggregated data from public, private and geolocation derived sources has proven to be just as invasive as any cyber-intelligence gathering operation in the United States (or Israel). See below for more information.

Ridgecrest California, June 4, 2023 9:55 am PST

History is in the making at China Lake and today the Navy base in the middle of the Mojave Desert is named the Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS). We wouldn’t have known this had Pat Farris not published an Editorial in Friday’s edition of The News Review and I’m greatful that she did.

China Lake is a crown jewel in our nation’s military and weapons development programs. Earlier this year, the City of Ridgecrest conducted a test of geofencing and tracking technology developed by a company called Placer.ai. Unbeknownst to the people of China Lake and Ridgecrest (and the Navy), many of them carrying top secret security clearances, the City and Placer.ai were watching them. We have no doubt that Placer.ai is a clear threat to national security.

Placer.ai was announced as simple analysis tool for economic development purposes during a committee report at the May 3rd council meeting. The City of Ridgecrest intentionally buried the implementation of this technology in an economic development committee, and nobody in town had any clue what was going on. Geofencing and tracking is new technology coming to market, and it’s never been discussed or presented as an Agenda item for public debate.

June 13, 2023 Update: Wall Street Journal

This is in the WSJ today. It’s bad enough for the CIA/NSA to do it, Mossad is even more invasive and insidious. Placer gained an entry point to the municipal market in the City of Tehachapi California. The area is a bedroom community for Edwards Air Force Base. The City of Ridgecrest and the Naval Air Weapons Station at China Lake appear to be Placer.ai’s second municipal agency to test the program after two years in Tehachapi’s geospatial domain.

U.S. Spy Agencies Buy Vast Quantities of Americans’ Personal Data, U.S. Says Wall Street Journal by Byron Tau and Dustin Volz Updated June 12, 2023 2:28 pm ET

Commercially available data from cars, phones and web browsers rivals results from wiretaps, cyber espionage and physical surveillance” – Wall Street Journal

Much of that data is sold to the government by vendors who claim it is “anonymized”—stripped of personal information such as names or addresses. But privacy advocates and researchers say that in the case of geolocation information on phones or cars, a name can often be inferred: Individuals typically park their cars at night and set down their phones at their homes. In the case of certain internet data, browsing behavior also can reveal personal information.

Wall Street Journal June 12, 2023

In an Editorial published by The News Review on Friday, Helen Tomlin wrote:

A (now deleted) promotional video procured from Placer.ai’s “daily motion site” describes the company’s data mining abilities in a more chilling way. YouTube’s Chad Chaddington captured and posted this video on YouTube, along with an accompanying transcription of its statements.

In it, Placer.ai claims its software “enables anyone to access a 360-degree view of any location the placer.ai dashboard provides.”  They provide “accurate foot traffic counts and dwell time” and “know where customers are coming from and going to and along which routes they travel.”  They can “analyze customer profiles’ income, gender, eating, and shopping habits…and much more.”

The News Review, June 2, 2023

The locals don’t call China Lake “The Secret City” today, but what the 4,000 employees of Department of Defense do there is most definitely secret, and the city wants to surveil everyone courtesy of “Big Brother”. Placer.ai is hypothetically a company that can know everything about you and can track where you go and what you do during every moment for the rest of your life. The irony is that Placer.ai is an Israeli company doing the spying. It doesn’t matter who is doing it, it’s what they’re doing.

The featured image of this post is a sign at the entrance to the Naval Air Weapons Station at China Lake California. Much of what the Department of Defense and the U.S. Navy do there is none of your business. When those 4,000 DOD employees people go home after a hard days work, they are warned to leave their secrets on the base.

Ask yourself one question before reading this post: What happens when people working at sensitive military installations are compromised by a foreign intelligence spy ring?

“The Eye in the Sky”

What is Placer.ai and who is “Chad Chaddington”?

You’re not going to like it. Placer.ai is “An active Israeli intelligence gathering operation in the United States” – Chad Chaddington YouTube Channel

“Chad Chaddington” on Youtube (18:16 mins. March 19, 2022):

The Eye in the Sky?

Maturango Museum “Mystic Transformation” Exhibit by Cheryl McDonald (See below)

Here’s the kicker, it’s highly likely that Placer.ai is really Israel’s Mossad Unit 8200 espionage and intelligence gathering operation. Would someone please contact the FBI? Or Councilman Blades? Or NAWS? Or Speaker Kevin McCarthy? Or have we surrendered the Flag? You don’t want to believe it, right?

Watch “Chad’s” videos. They speak for themselves and Chad is simply the messenger. He’s seasoned, whoever he is.

Publisher’s note: This story is developing and has been 60 years in the making. It’s all true, and it’s here at China Lake, my childhood hometown and the Navy base they called The Secret City. I learned a lot about the world during those 60 years, and I learned about this:

For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence—on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day. It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations.

President John F. Kennedy April 27, 1961 “Secret Societies” Speech to the New York Press Club

Publisher’s note: NAWS is Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s Navy Base, along with Edwards Air Force Base. It’s a requirement under Congressman Kevin McCarthy’s oath and position as Speaker of the House to address this issue immediately.

Previous posts that will help put the pieces together in this story are below. The subtitle of this post will be Part Three: Who Killed JFK? Part One and Part Two are also below, along with “Seven Days That Changed The Course of History”, the story of JFK’s whirlwind tour of military installations including China Lake.

This story will continue to develop so please subscribe if you want to follow along. If you have any information you’d like to share, please email to publisher@roadrunner395.com. We want to meet Mr. Chad Chaddington.

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