Head of IT Companies Monitoring Pentagon, FBI, NSA and Army Presumed Dead After Suspicious Fire

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In the vein of all the suicided bankers, here’s another mysterious death connected to some pretty high places.

The 16,000 square-foot Annapolis mansion of millionaire IT executive Don Pyle, 55, went up in flames so fast on Monday, investigators believe a chemical agent must have been used. The house, dubbed “the castle” by neighbors, was fully engulfed by the time the fire department got there. It took 85 firefighters to finally put the blaze out. Pyle, his wife and four grandchildren are currently presumed dead.

Some 20 agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have been called in to investigate and foul play is suspected. Lots of people are questioning not only since when does the ATF get involved in private house fires and missing persons cases, but so many ATF agents on one case. A bit much?

Maybe not considering who Pyle was. Not only was he the COO of ScienceLogic, a company which regularly conducts business with the military and intelligences communities and which monitored the online networks for both the Department of Defense and the FBI (among others), but he was also CEO at Netcordia, another IT company which has contracted with both the National Security Agency and U.S. Army to manage their online networks. He had just taken the position at ScienceLogic in October.

In short, the guy definitely sat in some very high places.

A thread started about the fire on Above Top Secret by user mister.old.school claims sources who work in cyber security are “freaked out”:

Some of my fellow esteemed ATS members may recall that I maintain contacts within various levels throughout government, as well as the private industries that liaise with government agencies. One such contact, who is involved with “cyber security” consulting for sensitive agencies reached out to me, briefly, yesterday. My source intimated that several senior people involved in similar security consulting positions are, “freaked out” (their words), over what some are calling the murder of Don Pyle.

As of this evening, the remains of two yet unidentified people have been found among the mansion ruins and conspiracy theories are flying.

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  • Rizzan

    There is a video Obama running from the scene from the man won’t let you see it.

  • mirageseekr

    this is an article for all those folks that like to say ” well that can’t be true because someone would talk by now”.

    • Smarty

      No kidding !!! If I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard someone say that, I’d have a hell of a lot of worthless printed dollars. Great comment !!

  • whodowetrust

    I’m shocked they are not calling this a murder “suicide”.

    • Smarty

      That comes next, after the “investigation”

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  • Carroll Price

    Well the ole “suicide” gimmick had been over-used a wee bit and was starting to become a little too obvious, so…

  • Justin Thought

    “Lots of people are questioning not only since when does the ATF get involved in private house fires and missing persons cases, but so many ATF agents on one case. A bit much?”

    Of course not! It’s important that there be a thorough, complete, and comprehensive investigation, so they can authoritatively state that it was…oh, say a short in the wiring, or the parakeet knocked a candle over, or that Mr. Pyle became depressed and decided to wipe himself and his entire family out in a conflagration. (I did say “thorough, complete, and comprehensive”…I didn’t say anything about “accurate.”

  • disqus_3BrONUAJno

    Why do people smart enough to earn enough money to build mansions always seem to build them out of highly flammable materials? If I were rich enough to build a mansion, the only part of it that would be capable of burning is the wood siding.

  • disqus_3BrONUAJno

    It is probably largely written by them as well.

  • darlene

    Yes i saw this , gotta wonder what he saw in those files eh … sadly they killed his family too ( how sick ) ,I guess they are starting to feel the HEAT eh . WE SEE YOU NOW . lol tc all .

  • Defiant

    Never heard of this fellow…and I’m SLOW to jump on the conspiracy bandwagon…but this is an interesting story. I anxiously await updates.

  • Red Beard

    After Snowden, this is how a potential whistleblower is dealt with.

  • Joshua Roberts

    im sure its nothing, we wouldnt want to start a conspiracy theory or anything, that would be very wrong.

    • Eileen Kuch

      Who says it’s a conspiracy theory? You? Sorry, Joshua, this is NO conspiracy theory.
      Now, Red Beard is on to something; that, after Snowden’s revelations and escape to Russia via Hong Kong, whistle blowers aren’t simply arrested and jailed; they’re murdered. You see; the USG cannot have them talking and spilling the beans.

      • Joshua Roberts

        1) i am being sarcastic
        2) your failure to deconstruct the snowden psyop is as laughable as my amusing joke

        • Joshua Roberts

          A black swan song:
          What is the kernel (pardon the joke) of the snowden psyop? P = NP and beowulf architectures of quantum computing chipsets.

          Alas, to know what must come and cannot come else.

          NP-complete,
          one commutative ring to bind them all: meanwhile the dogs of war are
          getting fat selling dead “strong” encryption to trendies.Backstopped by a
          white hat honeypot culture which shall provide the ultimate rationale
          for kicking open the door to the info gulag.

          The myth of requiring exponential time to brute force a problem.

          The
          only greater myth today than the one at the core of computational
          complexity theory is that of competing, autonomous nation states.The
          geopolitical sideshow, maintained to keep the biological androids on the
          treadmill pre-insertion into a post-human borg beehive.