“See something, Say something” gets you labeled a “right wing conspiracist.” At least in the New York Times.
When citizen journalist and investigator George Webb received viable credible information about a cargo container — the Maersk Memphis — possibly carrying a dirty bomb aboard in a Diplomatic Pouch (which can be as big as a cargo container) into the port of Charleston, SC, the Coast Guard was alerted by You Tube viewers watching a live stream of George and Jason Goodman in which George revealed the details of what he had been told by Department of Homeland Security “white hat” insiders.
So what happened next?
What could go wrong when you See Something, Say Something?
George Webb and Jason Goodman explain in this video which was originally live streamed in the early morning hours of June 16th.
“Getting the dirty bomb story straight.”
Further reading about the nightmare port security scenario in this report by Alan Jones and Mary Fanning which was published by the Center for Security Policy.
SECRET DEAL ALLOWS COMPANY TIED TO SADDAM’S NUCLEAR BOMB MAKER, IRAN AND U.A.E. TO MANAGE KEY FLORIDA PORT FACILITIES