Who pulled the plug on THIS broadcast?…”666 seconds before the broadcast.”

Saturday, July 5, 2014
By Paul Martin

Plug pulled on broadcast of intelligence insider-behind the scenes oddities revealed

“If that’s indeed the case, and only if that’s the case, then the dogs of war have been released from their cages, and we are quite far down the path toward full censorship. If that’s the case, then may God help us all.” —Doug Hagmann

by Douglas J. Hagmann
HomelandSecurity.com
Saturday, July 5, 2014

We have the latest, professional grade broadcasting equipment. We have the largest of lines running to and from our studio capable of supporting our popular broadcast. We also have dedicated computers that were specifically designed for broadcast purposes. We also have back-up alternative power in the event of a storm or other natural disaster. Perhaps most important of all, we have redundancy in the event of a breakdown of any one “link” in the chain of equipment, and the ability to use the resources in another country. Recently, an engineer for a local radio station viewed our studio, equipment and the schematics and told me that it rivaled and in some ways, exceeded the equipment at his station.

Despite our investment of money, time and toil, it appears that someone “pulled the plug” on our July 4, 2014 broadcast before it was permitted to air.

At exactly 15 minutes before airtime, we were connected. All was well. The program clock was set and we conducted routine sound and equipment checks amid the quiet hum of hard drives and other equipment. An automated, audible countdown began at 14 minutes before airtime, marking each minute before the broadcast would air. We began making our usual entries into our log book and engaged in the routine, if not mundane practices that no one sees or even care exist. We powered down other devices, and silenced the ringer of the single studio telephone line we use for emergencies. Then, exactly at the 11 minute, six-second mark, something odd happened. We were cut off from the network. Due to the methods we use to connect to the network, however, we would not realize what happened until we were met with silence as the on-air broadcast clock began to tick down from 180 minutes.

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