Thursday, January 09, 2014

Indiana Guardsman Stopped With 48 Bombs And Blueprints To Navy SEAL Training Facility

There's lots of stories circulating about what really goes on down at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in Butlerville, Indiana that the federal government has pumped a lot of money into developing in recent years. The arrest of an Indiana National guardsman on New Year's Day in Columbus, Ohio is only going to add to that speculation. Andrew Scott Boguslawski was stopped by an Ohio state trooper for speeding 85 mph in a 70-mph zone along I-70 just outside of Columbus. While the trooper was issuing a ticket to Boguslawski, she noticed the handle of a gun between his legs. When the trooper ordered Boguslawski out of the car and requested back up, what she found in his car was jaw-dropping.

An Indiana National Guardsman was arrested outside Columbus on New Year’s Day after a state trooper found nearly 50 bombs and the blueprints for a Navy SEAL training facility inside his car, the Madison County prosecutor said yesterday.
Andrew Scott Boguslawski, 43, also had a remote-control device to detonate the bombs, Madison County Prosecutor Stephen Pronai said. Boguslawski’s civilian job is as a groundskeeper at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in south-central Indiana. Prosecutors could not say definitively yesterday whether the blueprints in his car were for the facility where he worked.
Boguslawski also had a bulletproof vest in his car, Pronai said.
“He said something to the trooper about making a bomb vest,” Pronai said.
Lt. Col. Cathy Van Bree, a spokeswoman for the Indiana National Guard, said Boguslawski is a specialist in the guard who does intelligence analysis and has top-secret clearance.
According to the Columbus Dispatch, Boguslawski has been charged with one count of manufacturing explosives, a second-degree felony. The fact that he had remote-control devices to detonate the bombs and blueprints for a Navy SEAL training facility is particularly alarming. It seems that someone within the U.S. government is trying awfully hard to kill off as many Navy SEALs as possible, particularly those who participated in the raid on the compound in Pakistan where Navy SEALs were sent to capture and kill Osama bin Laden (a/k/a Tim Osman). Of course, those of us who actually study what's going on in the world knew that bin Laden, an operative created by our own CIA, died at least a decade before the raid on the compound shortly after 9/11. The April 2012 raid was nothing more than a charade to help President Obama get re-elected.

Boguslawski was more than likely being set up as a patsy by someone. The Moore's Hill, Indiana native was recently divorced from his wife and has a job as a groundskeeper at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center. You always have to keep an eye on the groundskeeper. His mugshot looks like someone under some mind control operation. If he had actually managed to set off any of those bombs somewhere, there would have been a cover story already in place about a disgruntled, ex-military, right-wing extremist ala Timothy McVeigh who went rogue. Someone should ask Gov. Mike Pence why he's such a big supporter of a military installation in his state that was established to train soldiers to wage war on the American people.

BOGUS-LAW-SKI. Get it? An online profile says he's an expert in firearms, fencing, security, intelligence and Kung Fu. Check out the bumper sticker Boguslawski had on his car.

Andrew Boguslawski Bumper Sticker
UPDATE: An Indianapolis Star report has more on Boguslawski's arrest here. According to this story, Boguslawski told police the bombs in his vehicle were "smoke bombs" used for suicide bomber training. Would that be the same kind that were set off at the Boston Marathon? The story also claims the blue prints in Boguslawski's possession as he was traveling from Pennsylvania to his home in Indiana were for Mascatatuck and not a Navy SEAL training facility as reported earlier. It's a Gannett newspaper so mushing up the actual facts is never out of the question. This additional information is provided on his military background:
Boguslawski’s military career began when he enlisted for the Pennsylvania National Guard after finishing high school. He graduated from Fort Benning, a U.S. Army post in Georgia, in 1999 with a specialty in infantry. He also was in the Ohio and Tennessee national guards before he was transferred to Indiana in 2007, Lt. Col. Cathy Van Bree, spokeswoman for the Indiana National Guard, said in a statement.
A neighbor, Chris Lieman, tells the Star that he was not surprised to learn that police found bombs in his vehicle because "he's accustomed to hearing explosions loud enough to rattle his house" and knew his neighbor owned bombs. Really? He also says that he regularly hears gunfire from Boguslawski's 10-acre property but he never felt threatened by him. The report says that he's been stripped of his security clearance until the investigation is complete. A search warrant of his property has been placed under seal.


Anonymous said...


Sounds like a phony name.


Like when someone asks you who you are, and you say "Tommy O'Mindyourownf-ingbusiness."

Gary R. Welsh said...

I had the same thought. Sort of like the actor in the LAX shooting hoax named CIA-N-CIA. It's almost like they're rubbing it in our faces.

Flogger said...

"Someone should ask Gov. Mike Pence why he's such a big supporter of a military installation in his state that was established to train soldiers to wage war on the American people."

Because it one of America's very few growth industries, i.e., The Wall Street, Security-Military-Industrial Complex.

Marycatherine Barton said...

Governor Pence needs to issue a statement about these charges against Boguslawski and follow this case. Hurrah for this alert Indiana state trooper.

Both he, legislators, and journalists should investigate what's going on at Muscatatuck, and keep citizens informed.

Anonymous said...

It was an Ohio State Trooper.

Hoosier in the Heartland said...

Boguslawski is a legitimate Polish surname (there are several individuals with that name on Wikipedia, for example, including this one:

Anonymous said...

The Associated Press

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - Connecticut federal prosecutors say a former defense contractor engineer has been charged with stealing proprietary information about the Air Force F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program and military jet engines that he tried to ship to Iran.

Connecticut U.S. Attorney Deirdre Daly announced Friday that 59-year-old Mozaffar Khazawee, a former Manchester, Conn., resident now living in Indianapolis, allegedly stole the material from companies where he had worked. Prosecutors said customs inspectors found sensitive technical manuals and other documents in a November shipment to Iran Khazaee described as household goods.

Khazawee was arrested Thursday at Newark, N.J., Liberty International Airport en route to Tehran. He's charged with transporting stolen goods.

Khazaee made an initial court appearance Friday and was detained for transfer to Connecticut. It's not known who's representing him. A public telephone listing for him couldn't be found.