From a John Kettler Newsletter emailed 4/9/12
At an undisclosed location, U.S. Air Force technicians have reportedly spent a great deal of time fruitlessly trying to get a single Predator up for domestic surveillance. Every single thing which could go wrong has, and problems crop up at every turn, to include electronics failing, parts dropping off, engine failing to start, etc. These are the GOOD problems (comparatively speaking)!
The BAD problems occur at lunch breaks, when the techs return to find the Predator mysteriously turned upside down and the tail off or even the whole Predator completely dismantled.
The poor techs scurry off to report this disaster to their supervisor, only to find the Predator reassembled while they were gone, yet still unflyable. As you may've guessed, the ETs/EDs are directly responsible for preventing one of these things from spying on you!
In other news, the interview with Robert Stanley the other night went great, even if it wasn't much fun for the listeners, because of NSA interference. That said, apparently it wasn't much fun there, either, what with electric shocks, ringing and clicking in the ears, interfering with their interference programs and more. Reportedly, the punishment extended to personal vehicles, which were plagued by a rash of nonstarts.
Fortunately the recording of the show came out fine and is available here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/unicus/2012/04/06/the-unicus-radio-hour
Also, reinforcements have been received, several of which specialize in various forms of environmental cleanup.
Until Next Time,