A White Hat officer detained for failing a polygraph died of a heart attack while interrogated by two NCIS agents on Tuesday, a source in General Eric M. Smith’s office told Real Raw News.
As reported Sunday, Gen. Smith ordered the detention of two Air Force officers who gave deceptive answers regarding their allegiance to the White Hat movement, but he would not condemn them based solely on fallible technology that, according to experts, has a 10-15% margin of error. He wanted human brains to either substantiate or invalidate the polygraph results.
On Tuesday two NCIS agents arrived at Camp Pendleton, where the two suspects were housed, and spoke briefly with Gen. Smith before receiving permission to interview the senior Air Force officer, a 36-year-old former pilot (We will call him Captain Lansing — not his real name) who was grounded following a training accident and later served as an Air Force liaison to White Hat operations. In early 2021, he used his social media accounts to renounce the Biden regime, calling Biden a “fake president,” eliciting Lloyd Austin’s warning: cease or face a court martial.
Article 88 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice states any commissioned officer who uses contemptuous words against the President, the Vice President, Congress, the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of a military department, the Secretary of Homeland Security, or the Governor or legislature of any State, Territory, Commonwealth, or possession in which he is on duty or present shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.
Although he acknowledged the warning, Lansing continued criticizing the administration’s vaccine mandates and plans to integrate the LGBQT+ community into the military apparatus on anonymous social media accounts accessed via non-military computers.
In Sept. 2021, representatives for Gen. David H. Berger vetted Lansing, who officially disavowed the regime and swore to uphold the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and welcomed him into the fold. Our source said Lansing’s duties were administrative; he had no access to sensitive operations.
When randomly picked for a polygraph last week, he did not object. And when told he failed twice, he agreed to a protective detainment pending the outcome of additional interviews.
His demeanor changed the moment NCIS agents entered the interrogation room. Lansing said it was inappropriate because the Air Force had an independent criminal investigation division, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, which has been its felony-level investigative service since Aug. 1, 1948. He said he’d feel “more comfortable” speaking to the OSI.
“Red flags right away,” our source said. “The OSI is compromised, full of Biden lovers. Lansing knew this.”
NCIS, he added, confronted Lansing with statements he had given during his initial vetting that contradicted their findings. Lansing had claimed he despised vaccines and vaccine mandates, but the evidence proved he had been jabbed thrice, one time after the House voted to rescind the vaccine mandate. He got the final jab at a civilian clinic, ostensibly to keep it off his military health record. Further investigation revealed that while Lansing was anonymously lambasting vaccines on social media, he also encouraged subordinates to stay current on their vaccines.
Pressed to account for the inconsistency, a nervous Lansing denied telling anyone to get vaxxed but admitted that he had taken a third jab — because his wife wheedled him to. Moreover, NCIS inquired about “untruthful” answers to polygraph questions, specifically whether Lansing intended to betray Gen. Smith. He had twice answered “no,” but his pulse and respiration said otherwise.
“He really blew the needle, so to speak, on that one, and NCIS wanted a plausible explanation. Lansing gave them evasive responses, said the question was unfair because he’d never personally met Gen. Smith and because of that didn’t know how to answer the question. The more they probed, the more fidgety he got,” our source said.