Police Caught Spying on Forensic Audit with Spy Plane…AGAIN!
What is going on with the police and them spying on the audit?
The Democrats REALLY don’t want this audit to be conducted and they definitely do not want the final results released once they’re determined because they know what this will do.
They know that it will prove once and for all that there was fraud and that Joe Biden’s victory is illegitimate.
Last week, we reported on how the police were spying on the Maricopa County audit.
For some reason, there was a PC-12 aircraft that repeatedly flew by the Veterans Memorial Coliseum where the audit is taking place.
The PC-12 aircraft has full motion video capability and can vacuum up cell phone transmissions and follow the connection to the other end of the call to find out intelligence on the other party involved.
These aircraft were used heavily in the Middle East against terrorists.
There is no information on what U.S. government agency is using the aircraft to spy on American citizens working for election integrity.
One source told CDMedia it could be the FBI, the military, or U.S. intelligence agencies.
For what purpose is the plane listening in on calls related to phones in and near that coliseum? Maybe it’s explainable and maybe not.
Well, apparently they’re back at it again.
This is the route that they flew last time:
Here is the route they took this time:
As you can see, they flew directly around the location where the audit of being conducted.
So what’s really going on? Well, according to the Sergeant of the police department, he says they’re looking for stolen cars.
The mission of the Phoenix Police Department Air Support Unit which includes the PC-12 plane is to support patrol and enable officers on the street do their job more effectively. The flight patterns of our PC12 on April 30th [the dates from our first post] were related to two separate police investigations. The first was a stolen vehicle call for service around 4300 West Glendale Avenue (Incident Report #2021-669553) and the 2nd was a stolen vehicle and fugitive apprehension investigation in the area of 4800 West Thomas Road (Incident Report# 2021-668572). Additionally, in your article, you suggest our PC-12 is equipped with technology such as listening devices and license plate readers; this is not accurate. Thank you for reaching out and verifying information with our department to ensure accurate information is provided in your news story.
I dunno about that. Are there really that many stolen cars in that small area?