Trail of Blood-Foreign Banks and CIA Financing of ISIS Al Qaeda


2LT Scott Bennett was a counter-terrorism contractor for Booz, Allen, Hamilton; held a Top Secret/Sensitized Compartmentalized Information (TS/SCI) clearance, and performed global psychological warfare analysis for U.S. Special Operations Command, State Dept. Coordinator for Counterterrorism, and U.S. Central Command/Joint Interagency Operations Center.

He was offered, and accepted, a Direct Commission into the Army’s Civil Affairs-Psychological Operations Command, completing one of the most intensely difficult military training assignments; finishing at the top of his class.

He was targeted by insiders at DOJ and The US State Dept. due to his written objections to the military implementation of the “Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell” policies on homosexuals in the military—based on his analysis of the psychological warfare dimensions, and potential targeting and compromise by radical Jihadists. He was arrested on a phony DUI charge, remanded to civil authorities in Tampa, FLA, and tried in a civilian court in a complete circumvention of military UCMJ authority. He served 36 months in a Federal Correctional Institute, where he met Swiss (UBS) Banker, Brad Birkenfeld, who was serving a sentence for alleged failure to disclose a client in his own “whistleblower” activities.

Birkenfeld and Bennett, in prison, proceed to combine data and intel to complete the picture of high level collusion, graft, and the funding of terrorist groups BY the CIA and military contractors through UBS and HSBC. Paralleling the disclosures of Assange’s Wikileaks and Edward Snowden’s NSA files, the “trail of blood” leads to the highest levels of the US government, military, intelligence agencies, and PRIVATE military contractors.