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Chapter 3 The Dark Web
Jen needed to find a way to get on the dark web and retrieve the information he wanted about the alt-right boot camp. She would have to ask Jonah to help. The best way to get Jonah to help her would be to feed him his favorite meal—pot roast. Jen decide to cook a pot roast even though it wasn’t her turn to cook.
After dinner, Jen asked Jonah if he could help her get on the dark web.
Jonah laughed and pushed back from the table. “So that’s why you made pot roast. Sorry, I don’t know anything about the dark web, but I know who does. Do you remember that guy, Pete, who works in vice?”
“You mean Pervert Pete?”
Jonah laugh again. “I didn’t realize other people called him that. Anyway, he poses as an under-aged teen to trap pedophiles. He uses the dark web sometimes. I could ask him to meet with you.”
“No, no. I don’t want to meet with him in person. All he does is stare at my chest—never makes eye contact. I could meet him on facetime.”
The next day Jonah talked to Pete and he agreed to help Jen. Just before the meeting, Jen checked out her wardrobe. She was wearing blue jeans which wouldn’t show on face time, and she was wearing a professional looking blouse. She decided to unbutton the top button. After a look in the mirror, she unbuttoned another button. To hell with this, she thought. I want this to be professional. She buttoned up her blouse.
The meeting with Pete went well. Jonah told him what Jen needed, and he already had it downloaded and ready for Jen. It included an application to attend the boot camp. The boot camp was in Idaho and was conducted over a two-week period. The first week included basic military training like marksmanship, survival skills, patrolling, marching, physical fitness and hand-to-hand combat. The second week included more classroom instruction like living off the grid, organizing protests, bomb making, creating identities, cyber security and hacking into websites. The afternoons were devoted to marksmanship or shooting practice. The only problem was that it had to be submitted by the commander of the local chapter. Jen decided she would have to go undercover and join the local hate group to get nominated for the alt-right boot camp.
At dinner that night, Jen told Doc and Jonah about her plan to infiltrate a local chapter of anarchists. It went about as she expected. She knew her boys were very protective of her, but sometimes they treat her as a helpless invalid.
Doc spoke up first, “Not only no, but hell no. It’s too dangerous. These groups have little regard for life. If they discover you’re not who you say you are, they’ll kill you.”
Jonah agreed with Doc, “You won’t be able to pull it off. Your face was plastered all over the local news and even the national news when you were ambushed. Someone will recognize you. If the bomber is in the group, he sure as hell will recognize you.”
Jonah made a good point. Jen decide she would never be able to get nominated to the alt-right boot camp—ever.