Sunday concluded the 58th annual meeting of the Bilderberg Group as a massive peaceful protest was a success in most respects.
As press, the preparation for an event like this is intense. We were working solid for the entire week prior, readying our gear for deployment to the biggest globalist gathering of the year — Bilderberg 2012.
We had to make sure we had the best live streaming capabilities possible and that we would obtain the highest tier on location internet speeds possible in order to upload all of the data to thintelhub.com and YouTube.
Alex Thomas, Jason Bermas and myself (Shepard Ambellas) traveled to Virginia with reader and sponsor support to document the event as theintelhub.com press corps.
Our plan was to travel with only what we could carry on our person so that we would avoid any risk from TSA or the airlines to hold, obtain, or delay our gear from reaching our final destination.
As Alex Thomas and myself arrived at our first departing airport, TSA was already eyeballing us. I had already assumed they would strip my bag apart so I packed it well, assuring that all items would fall under all TSA and airline rules and regulations for carry-on items.
A female voice called out (TSA agent);
“Who’s bag is this?”, as it passed through the scanner.
Of course the set is history as they stripped my bag apart.
Once we got to the Dallas Fort Worth airport Alex Thomas crossed through the TSA security perimeter, upon reentry the TSA held him and claimed that they found an explosive substance on his person.
Eventually he was allowed to pass after a higher-up from TSA released him.
Just about this time, Jason “The Infowarrior” Bermas Tweeted;
I just refused a body scanner and got a full pat-down
Once we finally arrived at Dulles International in Washington (the scene of one of the Die Hard movies) late Tuesday evening, we were shuttled to our rental car and were on our way to Chantilly.
The weather was pretty nice as we arrived at our hotel.
The flight was grilling as we were each lugging around a 40lb backpack loaded to the max with equipment and personal items like clothing and such.
That night we ran equipment tests and planned for counter surveillance of the grounds the following day.
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