The CIA spook captured during the rescue of General David H. Berger claims he and his unalive comrades were “off the reservation” and engaged in an unsanctioned operation when they intercepted the general’s personal vehicle near Lakeland Village, California, a few miles east of the Santa Anna Mountains.
That agent, now in confinement at an undisclosed location, reportedly told NCIS interrogators that his team shadowed the general’s car as it left Camp Pendleton and travelled northeast into isolated areas where houses were spaced far apart and roads were devoid of heavy traffic. He said they ambushed the vehicle by pulling alongside it on a narrow, winding stretch of road and shooting out a front tire, causing it to careen into ditch.
General Berger, he said, appeared from the vehicle unscathed and put 10 rounds center mass in a spook who haphazardly charged him armed only with a Taser. The agent fell dead as Gen. Berger took cover behind his vehicle and reloaded his pistol.
The captive spook said the team carried a “directional acoustic weapon” that immobilized Gen. Berger as he tried to defend himself against the three remaining assailants. The general fought valiantly, emptying several more rounds before collapsing to the ground. Gen. Berger was put in a vehicle and driven off, while a standby “cleanup” team sanitized the area and removed all traces of the incident. His Ford F-250 was taken to a nearby auto crushing yard.
A source in Gen. Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News that the treasonous agents were determined to capture Berger alive because “[Defense Secretary] Lloyd Austin wanted him that way.”
“If the prisoner is telling the truth, and right now that’s an ‘if,’ Austin put a $10m bounty on Gen. Berger’s head, payable only if he was taken alive and intact. He says a group operated autonomously, outside the agency, to collect the reward. He said CIA Director Burns, a proven Deep Stater, had no knowledge of their actions. He told us Austin’s people were scheduled to pick up the general the day after we recovered him,” our source said.
NCIS investigators, he added, asked the prisoner why they had beaten Gen. Berger to within an inch of his life, shattering his kneecaps and nearly prying one of his eyes from its socket, if Austin wanted him in one piece.
“Practice makes perfect,” the sadistic agent told them.
White Hats, our source said, now must deal with conflicting information: Although the prisoner insists the agency itself had no knowledge of the kidnapping, the whistleblower who tipped White Hats off to Gen. Berger’s location said it’s highly improbable a handful of renegade agents could’ve masterminded the abduction and stashed the general at a safehouse without the approval of either Burns or his immediate subordinate, Deputy Director David Cohen.
They also wonder why their prisoner has confessed voluntarily.
“We’re taking his word with a grain of salt until we can verify,” our source said. “He’s lucky he hasn’t been given the same treatment they gave the general.”
In closing, our source said Gen. Berger is being treated for burns, fractures, lacerations, and blunt force trauma, and is expected to recover.