M.N.: Christopher Paul Hasson is an officer and a former marine, which according to my impressionistic (non-statistical) observations is the part of the Mass Killer Profile. This phenomenon can be viewed as the aggression against the US Military, including the nominal perpetrators who could be the targets and the victims...

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Christopher Paul Hasson is an officer and a former marine, which according to my impressionistic (non-statistical) observations is the part of the Mass Killer Profile. This phenomenon can be viewed as the aggression against the US Military, including the nominal perpetrators who could be the targets and the victims of the various hypothetical psychological and other manipulations on the part of the Intelligence Services involved; ostensibly and as the cover, the GRU, and behind this cover, the true culprits, the New Abwehr. The connection with Breivik ("brave-ik"): "was inspired by him" might be the indication that both incidents are the the New Abwehr's operations. The current cycle did start with Breivik, and the time of that episode, 2011 coincides and most likely has the temporal - operational connection with the antecedents of the Ukrainian Revolution of 2012 and the Putin's third term as Russian President. 
All these assertions are entirely hypothetical of course, and they have to be investigated thoroughly, and also by the Military Investigative Services. 
M.N. 
3.4.19


Christopher Hasson, Coast Guard Officer, Plotted Attacks at His Desk, Filings Say

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Prosecutors say that for at least two years, Lieutenant Hasson visited white supremacist and neo-Nazi websites, and studied the 1,500-page manifesto written by Anders Behring Breivik, a far-right Norwegian extremist who killed 77 people in 2011. They said that he also took the synthetic opioid Tramadol while at work and that he had obtained the drug illegally.
The Coast Guard declined to comment on the case on Thursday, citing the continuing investigation.
In writings discovered on his computer, prosecutors said, Lieutenant Hasson said he was a longtime neo-Nazi, but one who preferred “focused violence” to marches and rallies. A letter he drafted to friends in 2017, prosecutors said, contained musings about how to cause the maximum disruption to society.
But in public, Lieutenant Hasson gave little indication of his troubled thoughts.
Records indicate that he graduated from Greenway High School in Phoenix in 1987 and served in the Marines from 1988 until 1994 as a mechanic servicing F-18 jets. In 1993, he married Shannon Coleman in Hampton, Va.
After the Marines, he served in the Army National Guard for two years, according to court filings, and at some point after that joined the Coast Guard, and became an officer even though he did not attend college. With 28 years of military service, he would be nearing the Coast Guard’s mandatory retirement limit of 30 years.
Like many military families, the Hassons moved frequently, living in Arizona, Nevada, California, Virginia, North Carolina and New Jersey, according to property records. Along the way, he apparently had children — his lawyer referred to him in court as a father — but neither they nor his wife was present at the hearing on Thursday.
Most recently, Lieutenant Hasson and his wife have been living in Silver Spring, Md., renting what the authorities called a “cramped basement” in a pleasant Cape Cod-style house with trimmed hedges.

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Sitting in an office in Coast Guard headquarters, where the mission is to ensure the safety of the nation, Lt. Christopher P. Hasson took illicit ...
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Document: Christopher Hasson Indictment

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Trump Should Stop Telling Hateful Lies That Racist Terrorists Believe

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The Dangerous Spread of Extremist Manifestos

The Atlantic-Feb 26, 2019
The most recent manifestation came last week, with news that U.S. Coast Guard Lieutenant Christopher Hasson was charged with planning a ...
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Coast Guard lieutenant arrested on federal ammo charges

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A Coast Guard lieutenant labelled a domestic terrorist by federal prosecutors will remain in custody for the next two weeks. Christopher Hasson, 49, of Silver Spring, was arrested Feb. 15 and is charged with gun violations and illegal drug possession.Prosecutors argued Hasson's internet searches show a terrorist attack in the works. Hasson's lawyer said no such plan was even close. In court Thursday, prosecutors argued to keep Hasson in custody, citing writings and internet searches on his work computer that prosecutors said show he was plotting attacks against politicians and media figures.TheFBI said agents found in Hasson's apartment more than a dozen weapons and 1,000 rounds of ammunition.Robert Hur, the U.S. attorney for Maryland, suggested investigators interrupted a serious threat. "The sheer number and force of the weapons that were recovered from Mr. Hasson's residence in this case, coupled with the disturbing nature of his writings, appear to reflect the very significant threat to the safety of the community particularly given the position of trust that Mr. Hasson held with the U.S. government," Hur said after Thursday's hearing. "Thankfully, we were able to prevent and avoid any loss of life in this case."Hasson's lawyer accused the government of an overblown case to draw media attention in its uncharged allegations against Hasson, saying: "Perhaps the FBI is trying to show it's not just targeting Muslims. There is no indication of a plan of any sort. It's not a crime to think negative things of people or write hostile things."There was heated debate in court on whether Hasson is a "domestic terrorist," as the government claims, or just a "career public servant with a gun collection," as the defense claims.Prosecutors contend Hasson was following the script of Anders Breivik, a Norwegian terrorist who killed 77 people in attacks in Oslo. Prosecutors argued Hasson was collecting of weapons over the last two years and human growth hormones to help him survive any attack he carried out.Court documents claim Hasson wrote in an email, "I am dreaming of a way to kill almost every last person on Earth." Prosecutors said in a detention document that Hasson intended "to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country."The judge agreed that the government's right to be concerned about Hasson, but the detention of Hasson is just for the next 14 days. After that, with no further criminal charges, the judge suggested Hasson could be released.Thejudge agreed that, by themselves, the two charges filed against Hasson do not warrant detention. Prosecutors would not comment on their continuing investigation.Criminal ComplaintMotion for Detention pending trial
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A Coast Guard lieutenant labelled a domestic terrorist by federal prosecutors will remain in custody for the next two weeks.
Christopher Hasson, 49, of Silver Spring, was arrested Feb. 15 and is charged with gun violations and illegal drug possession.
Prosecutors argued Hasson's internet searches show a terrorist attack in the works. Hasson's lawyer said no such plan was even close.
In court Thursday, prosecutors argued to keep Hasson in custody, citing writings and internet searches on his work computer that prosecutors said show he was plotting attacks against politicians and media figures.
The FBI said agents found in Hasson's apartment more than a dozen weapons and 1,000 rounds of ammunition.
Robert Hur, the U.S. attorney for Maryland, suggested investigators interrupted a serious threat.
"The sheer number and force of the weapons that were recovered from Mr. Hasson's residence in this case, coupled with the disturbing nature of his writings, appear to reflect the very significant threat to the safety of the community particularly given the position of trust that Mr. Hasson held with the U.S. government," Hur said after Thursday's hearing. "Thankfully, we were able to prevent and avoid any loss of life in this case."
Hasson's lawyer accused the government of an overblown case to draw media attention in its uncharged allegations against Hasson, saying: "Perhaps the FBI is trying to show it's not just targeting Muslims. There is no indication of a plan of any sort. It's not a crime to think negative things of people or write hostile things."
There was heated debate in court on whether Hasson is a "domestic terrorist," as the government claims, or just a "career public servant with a gun collection," as the defense claims.
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Prosecutors contend Hasson was following the script of Anders Breivik, a Norwegian terrorist who killed 77 people in attacks in Oslo. Prosecutors argued Hasson was collecting of weapons over the last two years and human growth hormones to help him survive any attack he carried out.
Court documents claim Hasson wrote in an email, "I am dreaming of a way to kill almost every last person on Earth." Prosecutors said in a detention document that Hasson intended "to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country."
The judge agreed that the government's right to be concerned about Hasson, but the detention of Hasson is just for the next 14 days. After that, with no further criminal charges, the judge suggested Hasson could be released.
The judge agreed that, by themselves, the two charges filed against Hasson do not warrant detention. Prosecutors would not comment on their continuing investigation.
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Christopher Hasson: Trump Won't Condemn Self-Proclaimed White Nationalist Christopher Hasson Because "Those Are His People," Ex-RNC Chair Says

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Trump Won't Condemn Self-Proclaimed White Nationalist Christopher Hasson Because "Those Are His People," Ex-RNC Chair Says

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The former head of the Republican National Committee blasted President Donald Trump on Friday, speculating in a cable news appearance that Trump may have tempered his remarks about a self-identified white nationalist and domestic terrorist because “those are his people.”
“Why are we acting like this is a space that Donald Trump is going to go in and behave of the American ideal?,” said Michael Steele, who is also a former lieutenant governor of Maryland, in an appearance on MSNBC. “No, he is not. These are his people. And he’s not going to thank law enforcement because he’s probably not happy about what law enforcement did.”
Steele, who served as the chair of the Republican National Committee from 2009 to 2011, delivered some of his harshest criticism of the Trump administration to date during the appearance. The remarks came while discussing reports that Trump failed to adequately condemn Christopher Paul Hasson, a U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant whom FBI officials accuse of concocting a plot to assassinate Democratic officials and journalists. Hasson, arrested Feb. 15,  allegedly had a cache of weapons in his home and a hit list that investigators say included prominent politicians, including freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and former congressman and MSNBC commentator Joe Scarborough.
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Trump Won't Condemn Self-Proclaimed White Nationalist Christopher Hasson Because "Those Are His People," Ex-RNC Chair Says

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The former head of the Republican National Committee blasted President Donald Trump on Friday, speculating in a cable news appearance that Trump may have tempered his remarks about a self-identified white nationalist and domestic terrorist because “those are his people.”
“Why are we acting like this is a space that Donald Trump is going to go in and behave of the American ideal?,” said Michael Steele, who is also a former lieutenant governor of Maryland, in an appearance on MSNBC. “No, he is not. These are his people. And he’s not going to thank law enforcement because he’s probably not happy about what law enforcement did.”
Steele, who served as the chair of the Republican National Committee from 2009 to 2011, delivered some of his harshest criticism of the Trump administration to date during the appearance. The remarks came while discussing reports that Trump failed to adequately condemn Christopher Paul Hasson, a U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant whom FBI officials accuse of concocting a plot to assassinate Democratic officials and journalists. Hasson, arrested Feb. 15,  allegedly had a cache of weapons in his home and a hit list that investigators say included prominent politicians, including freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and former congressman and MSNBC commentator Joe Scarborough.
Trump characterized the Hasson allegations as a “shame” in a meeting with White House reporters, though critics have said he should have gone further to condemn Hasson in light of a flurry of statements Trump has previously made accusing reporters being the “enemy of the people.”
“I think it’s a shame,” Trump said while speaking to reporters in the Oval Office on Friday. “I think it’s a very sad thing when a thing like that happens. I’ve expressed that.” He rebuffed accusations that his harsh language could have played a part in Hasson’s plot, saying he thinks his “language is very nice.”
The former head of the Republican National Committee speculated that Trump is reluctant to condemn a U.S. coast guard accused of a terrorist plot because "those are his people." Mario Tama/Getty Images
In the Friday interview with MSNBC, Steele suggested waiting for condemnation from the president was unrealistic.
“I’m not going to dress it up and be pie in the sky and hopeful that, oh, maybe in the next incident Trump will actually get it right, that he will have matured in his presidency enough to act like a president,” Steele said.
White House Spokesperson Sarah Sanders defended Trump and pivoted the blame back toward media on Friday.
"I certainly don't think that the president at any point has done anything but condemn violence against journalists or anyone else," Sanders said when pressed about Trump’s previous inflammatory statements about media and his political opponents. "In fact, every single time something like this happens the president is typically one of the first people to condemn the violence and the media is the first people to blame the president."
That statement, too, was rebuffed by journalists and political commentators, who pointed out that Trump had previously shared doctored gifs of him physically sparring with CNN and defended Republican Montana Rep. Greg Gianforte after he body-slammed a reporter.
“Any guy that can do a body slam, he is my kind of guy...He's my guy,'" Trump said at the time.
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Christopher Paul Hasson (born c. 1969) is a Maryland-born United States Coast Guard lieutenant accused in February 2019 of plotting the targeted assassinations of high-profile American politicians and media figures, and indiscriminate terror attacks using biological weapons. He was arrested for weapons and drug possession in February 2019.[1]
Hasson, who identifies as a white nationalist, drew inspiration from Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik and abortion clinic bomber Eric Robert Rudolph.[2][3]

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In the early summer of 2017, US coast guard lieutenant Christopher Hasson had an idea. He had been trying to figure out an effective way of killing billions of people – “almost every last person on Earth” – but found himself coming up against the daunting logistics of such a task.
He suspected “a plague would be most successful”, but didn’t know how to get his hands on enough Spanish flu, botulism or anthrax. His idea, he wrote in a draft email from 2 June of that year, would be to “start with biological attacks followed by attack on food supply”. He acknowledged the plan needed more research.
While horrifying in their ambition, Hasson’s plans, gleaned from email drafts, are scatterbrained and bear the hallmarks of a person still trying to figure things out. His tentative plans, outlined mostly in emails to himself, were thwarted when he was arrested last month on firearms and drugs charges and investigators discovered his inner life as a neo-Nazi and his plans for mass murder – along with a huge cache of weapons and a hit list of prominent Democrats and media figures.
What is clear, however, is that Hasson was inspired by others who came before him, and that he is likely very far from alone.

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