Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Thanh Cong Phan Suspicious Packages Sent To Military Bases Case

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March 26, 2018  Thanh Cong Phan Suspicious Packages Sent To Military Bases Case  Everett, WA man Thanh Cong Phan (Vietnamese name) is arrested and charged with sending suspicious packages to FBI, Washington, D.C.-area military bases. Each box contained a letter “with ramblings about neuropsychology, mind control” and terrorism. They were sent to government mail-processing facilities at Fort Belvoir in Virginia, where the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is headquartered; Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, DC; the CIA in Langley, Virginia; and Naval Surface Warfare Station in Dahlgren, Virginia.  The package at Fort McNair was addressed to the National Defense University and contained black powder and a fuse.

Pattern? less than a week after the suspect in similar terrorist style serial bombings in Austin blew himself up.

Alternative theory: How could a random troublemaker get a list of such government targets with a google search? What if somebody from a nation state gave him the address list, and instructions on how to construct the bomb devices?  Does he have any ties to the government of Vietnam?

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  1. How does this man even get a target list without help of intelligence agency? Everett man charged with sending suspicious packages to FBI ...  https://www.seattletimes.comMar 27, 2018 - A 43-year-old Everett-area man was charged Tuesday with mailing packages ... and other subjects including terrorism,” charging papers say
    1. Man arrested for allegedly sending a wave of package bombs around ...   https://www.aol.com/article/news/2018/03/27/man-arrested-for.../23396755/  Mar 27, 2018 - Thanh Cong Phan, 43, was arrested for allegedly sending package bombs that did not explode to U.S. military sites and a CIA mail office, the FBI said. ... The suspect, Thanh Cong Phan, 43, was arrested on Monday at his home in Everett, Washington, ..... Dear US Government: let's create a terrorist law.
    2. Mental exam ordered for Everett man suspected in mail bombs ...  https://www.heraldnet.com/.../mental-exam-ordered-for-everett-man-suspected-in-mai... Apr 11, 2018 - Mental exam ordered for Everett man suspected in mail bombs ... evaluation for anEverett man accused of mailing explosive devices to ... contained a letter with “ramblings about neuropsychology, mind control” and terrorism, ...
    3. Listen: Everett mail bomb suspect's bizarre 911 calls show 'body ... komonews.com/.../everett-mail-bomb-suspects-bizarre-911-calls-show-body-control-o...Mar 28, 2018 - An Everett man charged with sending suspicious packages to ... In one call, Phan says a terrorist entity is talking to him through his knees.
    4. Seattle man arrested and accused of sending 11 suspicious packages ... https://www.washingtonpost.com Mar 27, 2018 - The packages contained a rambling letter, powder in a glass bottle, a fuse and a GPS ...Man charged for allegedly sending explosives to D.C.-area federal facilities ... mind control and other subjects including terrorism.” Authorities identified the suspect as Thanh Cong Phan, who lives inEverett, Wash.
    5. Neighbors stunned after Everett man accused of sending 'explosive ... https://q13fox.com/.../neighbors-stunned-that-everett-man-accused-of-sending-explosi...Mar 27, 2018 - Neighbors stunned after Everett man accused of sending 'explosive ... a fuse, was another one what the FBI believes was a letter written by Phan. ... like mentioning synthetic telepathy and neuroscience terrorism, and a lot of it ...
    6. Everett man accused of mailing explosives to D.C. found incompetent ... ttps://www.king5.com/article/.../everett/...man-accused-of-mailing.../281-573096090
    7. Jul 12, 2018 - An Everett man is accused of mailing about a dozen suspicious packages ... He said this cyber terrorist was able to read his mind and "the FBI's ...ound incompetent An Everett man is accused of mailing about a dozen suspicious packages to government sites in March. on radar for years mind control 
      s not competent to help with his defense and should receive treatment before his case moves forward.  A competency evaluation for Thanh Cong Phan found him to have schizophrenia, Assistant U.S. Attorney Bruce Miyake told U.S. District Judge John Coughenour during a hearing. incoherent messages on masking tape  Eleven packages containing explosive materials were mailed to the agencies on March 16, according to an indictment filed against Phan, who is from Everett, north of Seattle. The agencies received the packages on March 26. The devices were glass vials or bottles containing a smokeless powder and a fuse, the indictment said. The FBI traced the packages to a post office in Mill Creek, Washington, and surveillance photos connected the packages to Phan, the FBI said. Facebook has same bizzare messages. Loaded handgun. 
      cyber terrorist was able to read his mind and "the FBI's mind" through a wireless communication. They also had an invisible camera, he said, that was "on the sky and they can see inside a house."  Phan claimed this device could be used as a weapon. The cell towers were really microwave towers that could burn his body, he said."Keep in mind I can talk but I can't hear very well because neuro-science terror control my hearing," he told dispatch. "It's called synthetic telepathy. Control my body wireless." dozens of similar calls since 2016. His letters said the terrorists used his photo ID and broke into his mail and email to send fake information to authorities. Phan warned that the terrorist was trying to infiltrate the U.S. military, including the naval stations in Bethesda and Everett. A sheriff's deputy who helped the FBI arrest Phan in March said he was familiar with Phan because of his many calls to law enforcement. During one encounter, "Thanh came across as a potential mental health subject and no criminal behavior was identified," Deputy Nathan Smith said. often called 911 or texted messages detailing conspiracy theories about government mind-control programs, according to the reports. "This is no emergency," he told the dispatch operator in one of many calls. "I have a problem with high-tech terrorists cyber. You understand the word cyber, right?"

Suspicious packages sent to military locations around DC - Vox
https://www.vox.com/.../suspicious-packages-national-defense-university-cia-white-ho...
Strange mailings also arrived at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, DC, the CIA mail processing center, the White House mail processing center, and Dahlgren Naval Air Station in Virginia. Multiple suspicious packages were sent to military facilities in the Washington, DC area, a law enforcement ...According to CNN, the National Defense University at Fort McNair received a suspicious package Monday morning around 8:30 am. The parcel tested positive for black powder, a substance found in explosive devices, and an X-ray scan appeared to show a GPS locator and fuse attachment.   definitely eerie, coming less than a week after the suspect in serial bombings in Austin blew himself up. The bomber sent explosive packages to areas in Texas’s capital in March, which left two people dead.

Everett man charged with sending suspicious packages to FBI, Washington, D.C.-area military bases
By Lewis Kamb and Christine Willmsen   FBI agents and Snohomish County sheriff's deputies took Thanh Cong Phan into custody at his Everett home on Monday night. Read more.



Thanh Cong Phan, suspect in suspicious package case, wrote rambling letters to military

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Man arrested in connection to suspicious packages sent to Washington, D.C., military bases

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11 packages containing explosives, letters sent to Washington, D.C., area before man's arrest

USA Today

Thanh Cong Phan, suspect in suspicious package case, wrote ...
https://www.cbsnews.com/.../washington-dc-suspicious-packages-wrote-letters-military...
 WASHINGTON Hours after news that suspicious packages were turning up in and around Washington, D.C., an arrest was made on the other side of the country. Thanh Cong Phan, 43, appeared in court in Washington state a little more than 24 hours after 11 packages he allegedly mailed arrived at military bases in the D.C. area.   Phan had a history of writing crank letters to the military, and rambling notes included in the packages immediately fingered him as a suspect. He was arrested at his home in Everett, Washington, on Monday night,

Man arrested in connection to suspicious packages sent… - CBS News
https://www.cbsnews.com/.../suspicious-packages-dc-thanh-cong-phan-arrested-washi...
WASHINGTON -- Authorities have arrested a man suspected of sending a series of suspicious packages to military bases and government sites in the Washington, D.C. area, the FBI announced Tuesday. ... The FBI identified the suspect as 43-year-old Thanh Cong Phan. ... Multiple suspicious ...

Suspicious packages in D.C.: 11 packages, letters sent - USA Today
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/...d...thanh-cong-phan/466388002/
Thanh Cong Phan was arrested after the FBI says he sent 11 packages across Washington, D.C., including to the White House, that contained explosives and rambling letters that alluded to terrorism and mind control.

Wash. man accused of shipping explosive packages to feds - NY Daily ...
www.nydailynews.com/.../wash-man-accused-shipping-explosive-packages-feds-article-...16 hours ago - The 43-year-old suspect, Thanh Cong Phan, is believed to have mailed the packages from a U.S. Postal Service kiosk in Mill Creek, about 20 miles north of Seattle. Each box contained a letter “with ramblings about neuropsychology, mind control” and terrorism, according to charging documents. Packages ...

Thanh Cong Phan arrested in suspicious packages sent to military ...
https://www.washingtontimes.com/.../thanh-cong-phan-arrested-suspicious-packages-s...


1 day ago - Authorities near Seattle have arrested Thanh Cong Phan, who is suspected of sending suspicious packages to multiple military installations in the Washington, D.C., region, the FBI said Tuesday, warning that he may have mailed other "destructive devices" that have not yet been found.

Thanh Cong Phan charged with sending explosives to D.C. military ...
https://www.upi.com/Man-charged-with-sending-explosives-to.../5591522255789/


3 hours ago - March 28 (UPI) -- A Washington state man was charged Wednesday with shipping explosive materials to military and intelligence sites in the nation's capital. Thanh Cong Phan, 43, appeared in court Tuesday, just hours after multiple packages with traces of black powder were identified at mail-screening ...

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Seattle man arrested and accused of sending 11 suspicious packages ...
https://www.washingtonpost.com/.../22a3ff1a-31cd-11e8-8bdd-cdb33a5eef83_story.ht...1 day ago - Authorities identified the suspect as Thanh Cong Phan, who lives in Everett, Wash. He was arrested at his trailer by Snohomish County sheriff's deputies and federally charged with interstate shipping of explosive materials. Many of the packages were intercepted at screening facilities on the receiving end.

Man charged with shipping explosives to military sites | The Seattle ...
https://www.seattletimes.com/.../man-arrested-in-suspicious-packages-sent-to-military-sit...1 day ago - Thanh Cong Phan, 43, of Everett, was charged with one count of shipment of explosive materials in federal court in Seattle, where he made his initial appearance Tuesday. A complaint alleges that Phan shipped a vial containing black powder with a fuse on March 16 from a U.S. Postal Service kiosk in Mill ...