After a brief yet terse tribunal that lasted only 3 hours and saw a bitter, resentful, and combative John Brennan battling Rear Adm. Darse E. Crandall, who presented the military’s case on behalf of the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps, a three-officer panel formed of 1 male and 2 females convicted the former CIA director of murder and treason and sentenced him to be hanged.
At 10:30 a.m., military police escorted a handcuffed Brennan into GITMO’s south courtroom and seated him at the counsel table where his legal advocate, David H. Anderson of Howrey LLP, awaited his arrival.
From the moment Brennan entered the courtroom, he scowled menacingly at both Rear Adm. Crandall and the three officers charged with weighing the merits of the case against him. His scrunched face and sour puss regarded them with what can be described only as hateful contempt.
Rear Adm. Crandall wasted few words tying Brennan to multiple murders he had orchestrated while serving as Obama’s CIA director between 2009-2013. The epic arguments began with Crandall producing a 2012 agency document that authorized the assassination of conservative publishing mogul Andrew Breitbart, who on March 1, 2012 inexplicably dropped dead while walking home from a restaurant in Brentwood, California. The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office claimed Breitbart died of a heart attack, even though he had been in good health and had no family history of coronary artery disease.
The document shown to the panel had Brennan’s signature at the bottom of the page.
Rear Adm. Crandall read from it aloud: “Andrew Breitbart, publisher of Breitbart.com, has proved to be a domestic terrorist and a threat to national security, per section 215 of the Patriot Act. By order of B.H.O., Breitbart is to be considered a target of opportunity provided discretionary measures are used in carrying out agency transactions.”
“At the request of Barack Hussein Obama, apparently, you ordered Breitbart’s murder,” Rear Adm. Crandall said, addressing Brennan directly.
Brennan sprang to his feet and with apoplectic fury said, “I served my country as ordered. I admit nothing. I deny nothing. The only thing I see here is a bunch of pussies hiding behind Donald Trump. You’re all cowards.”
His legal advocate, David H. Anderson, tried to silence him, but Brennan continued to rampage: “Any action I’ve ever taken was in the interest of national security and protecting this once great nation of ours from subversive threats. You’re all too obtuse to understand that.”
Following a brief recess, Rear Adm. Crandall introduced a witness for the prosecution, a former CIA spook named James Gaeffer who said he had murdered five law-abiding Americans, including Andrew Breitbart, while under Brennan’s control. He told the panel he had used a “heart attack gun” to kill Breitbart and other persons on Obama’s infamous enemies list.
He described two types of weapons; one that fired an ice-encased poison bullet; the other, and more contemporary weapon, fired an ionized burst of highly concentrated microwave energy into a victim’s body, causing in most cases an immediate myocardial infraction. Gaeffer testified he had used such a weapon on Breitbart.
“And you were told by John Brennan to do this?” Rear Adm. Crandall asked him.
“I was. He told me straight off that Breitbart was criminally culpable for exposing Anthony Winer’s sexting texts with an underage girl, for questioning Obama’s nationality, for helping to expose that Michelle Obama is really a man. I was told to remove him with extreme prejudice,” Gaeffer said.
“Did you kill other people at Brennan’s request?” Rear Adm. Crandall asked.
Gaeffer admitted he had, naming specifically a journalist for Rolling Stone Magazine, Michael Hastings, who in 2013 perished in a fatal car-crash after revealing that he was working on a profile of Brennan for the magazine. His article highlighted Brennan’s war on journalists who questioned the Obama regime’s drone strikes against American citizens both at home and abroad.
Although the circumstances surrounding his death were initially considered suspicious, WikiLeaks countered the official findings, tweeting on June 19 that “Michael Hastings death has a very serious nonpublic complication,” but after that the incident drifted into the shadows and was seldom spoken of again.
“So, you killed Hastings, at Brennan’s request?” Rear Adm. Crandall asked Gaeffer.
“I did. I knew where he’d be, when he’d be. It was all quite simple,” Gaeffer said. “I killed others at his bidding, and I know other agency personnel who killed good people because Brennan wanted them dead. I regret what I’ve done, for what good it’s worth, but, yes, I too am guilty.”
Brennan again leapt to his feet, shaking his handcuffed hands in the air. “I say again, my actions were taken for the betterment of this country, against people trying to destroy or weaken it. You want to convict me for following lawful orders that helped to protect this nation—then do it. Everything I did, I’d do again. You’re all a group of cowards. I spit on all of you,” Brennan said, and spat on the floor. “The only true leaders of this country in the last thirty years were William Clinton and Barack Obama, everything else is a farse. Want to sentence me to death? Do it. Do it now. I’m not afraid to die. I’m proud to have served this country the way I have,” Brennan said.
Rear Adm. Crandall asked the panel whether they had heard enough, and it said it had. It recommended Brennan receive capitol punishment in the form of being hanged by the neck until death for the myriad atrocities he had committed against America and its people. Rear Adm. Crandall agreed, and he declared that Brennan’s execution be held on Monday, June 7, which, incidentally, is one week after John Podesta is scheduled to face a firing squad for his crimes.