Senior Special Agent-in-Charge, Los Angeles, California. Prior to retirement in 1979, Ted Gunderson had over 700 persons under his command and operated a $22 million annual budget. One year after the attacks of Sept. 11th, Ted called it The Phoney War on Terrorism: (see this video).
Attorneys who work for the U.S. Department of Justice wrote proposed anti-terrorism legislation during the George Bush. Sr. administration in the mid 1980s. One of the authors, a female attorney, publicly stated that people would have to be killed before Congress would pass it.
On February 26, 1993, a car bomb destroyed portions of the World Trade Center in N.Y.C., the F.B.I. not only knew in advance of the bombing, they furnished the ingredients for the bomb (New York Times, October 28, 1993). Not enough deaths resulted, however, to arouse the ire of Congress and pass the anti-terrorism legislation.
On April 19, 1995, the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma was bombed by Timothy McVeigh, who reportedly used a fertilizer car bomb; however, an inside investigator told me that besides McVeigh, there were at least eleven others involved with the bombing, including Middle Easterners. This bombing killed 168 people, possibly 169. One year later, anti-terrorism legislation was passed that took away many of our Constitutional rights and civil liberties, such as indiscriminate wire taps, and in some instances an individual does not face his accuser in court.
On September 11, 2001, two planes flew into the World Trade Center towers in New York City. I have witnesses who saw and heard systematic, simultaneous explosions on the top floors of the World Trade Center towers before they collapsed. The country was in an uproar. Citizens were demanding protection. As a result more stringent anti-terrorism measures would be passed. The president established a new, gigantic U.S. Government agency, Homeland Security, that would oversee programs such as having one in every twenty-four Americans act as a “snitch” (shades of Nazi Germany in 1933), and allow U.S. military personnel to enforce laws against the civilian population, in violation of the Posse Comitatus Act.
The anti-terrorism legislation is written under the guise of protecting us, however the real purpose of this legislation is to strip us of our rights.
In October of 2003, Gunderson was told by a knowledgeable source that there is a contract on his life because of his investigations exposing the Satanic Movement in America plus CIA mind control projects. (see this and this)