Did the CIA Use GCI Corporation to Murder Ted Stevens?

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Rob

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Sep 2, 2010
 

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It's suspicious that the plane that carried Ted Stevens and others to their unfortunate deaths was owned by GCI Corporation, a company with well-known ties to the CIA and NSA.

It may be a total coincidence, as I can't think of a reason for why either agency would want a washed up senator dead, but he did have a lot of power at one point.

GCI does a lot of work for the CIA and NSA--I know this because my ex-girlfriend works at their Reston, VA office, and she told me about much of the top-secret work they do on the president's super-secret daily national security briefing and other important databases. There is no doubt that they do work for the government...but was this murder?

Since: Jun 10

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Sep 2, 2010
 
GCI (Nasdaq: GNCMA)is a differant company than the one your ex girlfriend works for Gci, Incorporated is a private company categorized under Telecommunications Consultants and located in Reston, VA. Our records show it was established in 2009 and incorporated in Virginia
Rob

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Sep 3, 2010
 
There's a link. One of the top executives in the Reston office also works for the GCI in Alaska...or did at one time.

Was the Alaska GCI once owned by AT&T?
Al Sharp

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Sep 3, 2010
 
It's hard to say what is real about that company, since it's tied to the CIA. GCI is a very large company with many employees in the DC area. However, if you Google the company you'll find very little substantive info...which is how they want it.

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Sep 3, 2010
 
Beside the fact that nothing would be gained by assassinating frank murkowski in the first place you conspiracy theory guys, need to move up here to Alaska and see the company for yourself. At&t started out as at&t alascom, then went to At&t. They are competitors:1984 GCI files anti-trust lawsuit against Alascom for conspiracy to monopolize the Alaska market.
Rob wrote:
There's a link. One of the top executives in the Reston office also works for the GCI in Alaska...or did at one time.
Was the Alaska GCI once owned by AT&T?
Alascom, Inc. d/b/a AT&T Alascom is an Alaskan telecommunications company; specifically, an interexchange carrier (IXC). AT&T Alascom is currently a wholly owned subsidiary of AT&T. AT&T Alascom, previously known as Alascom and many other names, was the first long-distance telephone company in Alaska. AT&T Alascom has extensive telecommunications infrastructure in Alaska, including three satellites, undersea and terrestrial cables containing optical fiber, and numerous earth stations.
Unlike most of the United States, AT&T had no role in Alaskan telecommunications as a local or long distance telephone provider until the purchase of Alascom in 1995. Alaska was also never served by any of the Regional Bell Operating Companies.
Alascom and GCI have been the two primary competitors for long-distance telephone service in Alaska since GCI's founding in 1979.

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Sep 3, 2010
 
Al Sharp wrote:
It's hard to say what is real about that company, since it's tied to the CIA. GCI is a very large company with many employees in the DC area. However, if you Google the company you'll find very little substantive info...which is how they want it.
ONCE AGAIN THEY ARE DIFFERANT COMPANIES! ONE LOGO IS GCI, THE OTHER IS Gci! GCI IS A PUBLIC COMPANY TRADED IN THE STOCK EXCHANGE! Put down the bong!
Rob

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Sep 4, 2010
 
Both are arms of the CIA...do you think they'll give you honest information? You have whatever information the CIA/NSA wants you to have. There are links between the two companies.

How come there's so little information on GCI, Reston online? It's main function is to build top secret databases for the CIA and NSA.
smarts

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Sep 4, 2010
 
Al Sharp wrote:
It's hard to say what is real about that company, since it's tied to the CIA. GCI is a very large company with many employees in the DC area. However, if you Google the company you'll find very little substantive info...which is how they want it.
The founder and owner of GCI Alaska lives in Alaska. Everyone knows who he is. No big secret. He's a ***** who resents his customers for wanting more when he provides lousier service for more money (not the same service for more money, but worse service for more money) than cable companies in the rest of the country.
Joe Farone

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Sep 4, 2010
 
He sounds awful.

Lonesome Dave is right- They are two different GCIs. The GCI in Reston is a front for the CIA and NSA...they develop and build databases to spy at home and abroad. There is no doubt about that; however, they aren't linked to Alaska.

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Sep 4, 2010
 
Rob wrote:
Both are arms of the CIA...do you think they'll give you honest information? You have whatever information the CIA/NSA wants you to have. There are links between the two companies.
How come there's so little information on GCI, Reston online? It's main function is to build top secret databases for the CIA and NSA.
Once again and I will type slow so you can keep up. THERE IS NO GCI, Reston. There is a Gci, Reston,(Note the last two letters are not in caps like in the Alaska based company) it is two separate companies, yes Gci seems very elusive, but that does not mean that it had anything to do with Uncle Ted's death, WHICH IS WHAT THIS THREAD IS ABOUT. If you want to talk about CIA companies in Reston fine lets start a different thread. Do not drink the bong water either!
Rob

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Sep 5, 2010
 
I like your idea, Dave.

But rather than chat about Cci, I'd rather talk about the recent Washington Post article about the proliferation of private contractors who have been assigned critical national security tasks.

In my father's day, most of the intel work was handled in house. Now days, much is done by private firms, which I believe compromises security. Top secret badges have become too easy to obtain, and critical data is being leaked by braggarts--people who are more interested in raising their profile and feeling important than in protecting the secrets they've vowed to uphold.

I know far more about Gci's work -- including who they meet with, when they meet with CIA operatives, where they meet, and the nature of the databases they construct--than I ever should. What happened to just keeping your mouth shut, contractors?

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