Google incited the police on an informant exposing the criminal actions of a tech giant
Federal agents, together with the local San Francisco police, raided one programmer, a former Google employee, Zach Vorhies. According to the source, Google’s management was afraid that the whole inside dope of the company, trying to influence the 2020 elections, would be revealed.
According to Vorhies, he had extensive access to classified information stored on his computer. As it became known, he was going to transfer all the protests to the antitrust committee of the US Department of Justice. But the former employer, learning that the truth about his “biased algorithms” could be revealed, ordered the “hand cops” “Attack!” and branded the former employee “suicidal”.
An investigation has shut down a few blocks of the Mission District in San Francisco. The Marsh Theatre on Valencia Street said they've been evacuated while San Francisco police investigate. https://t.co/F2amj9rEKB— ABC7 News (@abc7newsbayarea) August 6, 2019
It becomes obvious that the leadership of the megacorporation was seriously worried that the real evidence of their manipulations with the minds of citizens and the "selective" politics of reporting events would fall into the hands of politicians beyond their control.
This raid was organized when the work entrusted to Zach Vorhies was not transferred to Google on time. It was at that moment that they took large-scale actions to seize compromising data and a laptop that contained more than 950 pages demonstrating evidence against Google.
It is worth noting that dozens of federal agents and police officers involved in the arrest of ONE suicidal citizen are too large-scale event.
“This is what happens when you are a whistleblower,” Vorhies said.
According to known information, Zach Vorhies himself went to law enforcement officials and said that he did not intend to commit suicide and was not dangerous to anyone. But they were only concerned with the seizure of a "compromising laptop."
It is reported that several blocks were blocked by the police and for more than four hours people could not get into their homes.