Raub Vs Iannacchino: A Tale Of Two "False Arrests"
On August 8th, 2011, Rocco Iannacchino brought his wife and child to NYC to seek political asylum, but ended up going to a park to tell his story of being harassed by covert factions of the government.
He was arrested and sent to an insane asylum for 23 days. He was dangerously misdiagnosed; dangerous life-threatening drugs administered, subjected to a Brain CT scan that had 500 times more radiation than a regular X-ray, and nearly broke his arm when a guard tackled him. The arm did not break but turned completely black. All for a free speech in a park. Or was it?
Towards the end of his arrest video, a man from the crowd yells out "diversion." The cameraman who had filmed the whole speech and arrest followed the action as this man ran down the street as "cops" chased after him. When the camera swung back to film the arrested man, he was gone.
It is interesting to note that the next year, on August 16th, 2012, former decorated Marine, Brandon J. Raub, was "falsely arrested" for posting on Facebook; Raub wrote: "Sharpen my axe; I'm here to sever heads." Raub was brought to a mental ward, and was released only a few days later. Raub garnered media attention, a law firm to represent him, and a following on Facebook within hours of his arrest.
In no way Raub's case comes even close to what Mr. Iannacchino's horrific experience has been.
Compare Raub and Iannacchino:
Raub has tremendous media attention. Iannacchino zero media attention. Raub has a law firm. Iannacchino has tried in vain to get a law firm to represent a clearly illegal arrest for free speech and not being a "status 9.39", which this false-arrest video proves that Mr. Iannacchino was speaking in a park, and was "not a danger to himself or others."
Raub supposedly wrote he wanted to "sever heads." Mr. Iannacchino never made any threats but feared for his families safety. Raub has a Facebook following. Mr. Iannacchino has no Facebook following.
Mr. Iannacchino suspects that this whole Raub event was planned and coordinated by military intelligence. That Raub is in fact still working for the government, but now has moved on to the Intelligence sector.
Mr. Iannacchino believes that Raub is being rewarded for his exemplary decorated military service, and has done like many young men that leave the military do - work for the civilian intelligence.
Mr. Iannacchino also finds the date of Raub's "false arrest" intriguing; August 16th, 2012, as that is the date of Mr. Iannacchino's last date of employment with an employer he wishes not to name. On that date, Mr. Iannacchino had become aware of a plot, he suspects, to have had him assassinated at his place of employment. Most likely by way of a "heart attack."
Could this have been a symbolic gesture on the part of the military intelligence to have Raub have an eerily similar event that Mr. Iannacchino had had one year prior on August 8th, 2011?
That was the date Mr. Iannacchino who was in fear of his life, brought his family to New York City to seek Political Asylum, but ended up at Union Square Park, where he gave a calm speech about his fear of a secret government wanting to kill him. Mr. Iannacchino was falsely arrested as hundreds of New Yorkers watched on in condescending disbelief.
On August 16th, 2012, Raub is rewarded with lawyers, a lawsuit, media attention within hours of his "arrest." Mr. Iannacchino who got none of those things would on August 16th, 2012, receive a symbolic sacrifice of death. Mr. Iannacchino is assassinated, but everyone will think it was natural - except for those in the know, that is.
Mr. Iannacchino who was, at the time of his arrest, running 3 to 5 miles a day, a Vegan, happily married with child, an award-winning, Grammy-voting, filmmaker-musician with no history of mental illness whatsoever who had just completed his Master's Degree - was hauled off to a NYC Hospital where the nightmare and horror would go on for 23 days.
"It was like being in an MK ULTRA Mind Control experiment," Mr Iannacchino said.
Cops Don't Do "Diversions"
DoD definition of the word "diversion."
"The act of drawing the attention and forces of the enemy from the point of the principle operation; an attack, alarm, or feint that diverts attention. A change made in the prescribed route for operational or tactical reasons."
Towards the end of the arrest video, a man from the crowd yells out "diversion." The cameraman who had filmed the whole speech and arrest followed the action as this man ran down the street as "cops" chased after him. When the camera swung back to film the arrested man, he was gone.
Cops don't do "diversions"