Now that many have recently read the inappropriate news of an unsuccessful attempt by military forces to rescue a captured reporter within Syria, I have no choice but to reveal that something more could have been done to gather the appropriate intelligence.
Why do I say this?
As the only remote viewer known to successfully locate a missing person with more than one highly public challenge involved, I am once again deeply concerned as the remote viewing option for gathering valuable intelligence was blatantly ignored.
Within 45 minutes utilizing my natural abilities coupled with the very strict protocols of remote viewing, it is likely that I could have helped to pin-point the location of Jim Foley as a contrary source of information.*
Again, the average time involved for me to locate a missing person requires at least 45 minutes of work and with nothing to lose, why was this valuable option for gathering intelligence ignored?
Perhaps the answer to this involves some degree of arrogance although I strongly suspect the crime of willful ignorance.
In any case, the brutal public beheading of an innocent human being such as Mr. Foley should not be blamed upon those highly skilled soldiers that were directed by the full scope of an excellent array of intelligence and planning. I know that if remote viewing had been used in conjunction with other sources of information, an optimal outcome might have been assured.
Although there exists the chance for failure no matter which technique is used to cross a moving target, I know that success is possible from my own vast experience with remote viewing.
Now, would [X] like to see some remote viewing data locating the very person that beheaded Mr. Foley?
*It should be noted that some moving targets of information are complex and as such, they require more sessions. This being said, each session layer provides valuable information that is not strictly time dependent.