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Blogs, ‘CIA brother’ spin zest into Carnaby mystery

May 11th, 2008 . by TexasFred

When it comes to Roland Carnaby, the truth is out there — way out there. So far out that you reach the blogosphere before finding anything that publicly connects him to his beloved Central Intelligence Agency, which he claimed to still patriotically serve when Houston police shot him down at the end of a crosstown chase on April 29.

But even that obscure, blog-world confirmation is not what it seems to be, which is pretty much what you get with Carnaby, the curious 52-year-old son of Lebanese parents who spent much of his time in bars and restaurants dropping broad hints that he was somebody, or something, else.

The “proof” of his tie to the CIA — denied repeatedly by the agency itself — comes indirectly through a Houston man, Alan Premel, who supposedly served with him and who has been linked to him on numerous Internet sites. If one believes the various posts about him, Premel is a former CIA wunderkind who won the agency’s highest award for valor before a nasty separation and lawsuit that netted him a multimillion dollar settlement.

Those posts are made on obscure blogs that ceased shortly after posting articles about Premel or in the reader comment sections of better-known, ongoing blogs. A few appear in comment sections of legitimate stories posted on mainstream news media sites.

Taken together they give a whiff of credibility to the assertions of Carnaby’s friends that he was the agent he claimed to be, especially considering they were made long before Carnaby was killed.

One of them, at the short-lived papparazzipress.com, refers to Carnaby as one of “CIA’s most experienced, talented and high-profile clandestine officers.” Another mentions Premel as a “battle hardened and battle tested CIA war hero” who was “the youngest supervisor to ever head a task force.”

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OK, I am sitting here seriously LMAO…

Not kidding, this is funny way beyond the normal limits of funny…

“CIA’s most experienced, talented and high-profile clandestine officers.”

What’s wrong with that quote folks?? Anyone?? Bueller??

Think about this for a minute, “high-profile” and “clandestine“, these are words that do NOT go together in any way, shape, form or fashion, and anyone that has ever been privy to any kind of high security work is more than aware of this fact…

Carnaby and his buddy were playing ‘Get Smart’ and the Maxwell Smart character came home to bite em in the ass when they tangled with the REAL police…

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5 Responses to “Blogs, ‘CIA brother’ spin zest into Carnaby mystery”

  1. comment number 1 by: GUYK

    yeah I figure a company man who even hinted that he was in the company wouldn’t have a job long if he was supposed to be some kind of undercover agent.

    I have worked with agents when I was in the military..they made no effort to hide who they were because they were not undercover. And I have no doubt at times I was working with some who were undercover..but there is no way that I could have or would have or even wanted to know it.

    I wanted as little to do with the spooks as possible…

  2. comment number 2 by: TexasFred

    GUYK, that is exactly the point that some moonbat assholes, Erin, didn’t get…

    This guy was running off at the mouth to anyone and everyone he met…

    What really surprises me is this, the guys was supposed to be the president of AFIO - Association For Intelligence Officers

    Don’t they bother to check a members true credentials??

  3. comment number 3 by: Panhandle Poet

    I’ll bet my shoe phone is bigger than your shoe phone…..

  4. comment number 4 by: TexasFred

  5. comment number 5 by: Panhandle Poet

    I don’t know — yours looks pretty big. Might just be small hands though…..

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