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Feds want ex-FBI agent jailed until trial

Prosecutors say he gave money to a witness

Jan. 17, 2013 9:45 PM,   |  
Federal prosecutors want a former FBI “spy hunter” from Sleepy Hollow jailed while he awaits trial on conspiracy charges, claiming he never secured his $2 million bail and gave a witness $26,000.
Robert Lustyik Jr., 50, charged in Utah with hatching a scheme to thwart a federal probe in exchange for millions of dollars in payoffs, will now have to fight to stay free before his trial.
“These apparent violations clearly demonstrate — occurring as they did while Lustyik was on pretrial release subject to very strict conditions — that Lustyik is unwilling to abide by any condition or combination of conditions of release this court imposes on him,” prosecutors said in court documents made public this week.
Lustyik was indicted Oct. 18 with two other men — Johannes Thaler, 49, a former Tarrytown resident and childhood friend, and defense contractor Michael Taylor, whose fraud probe over a $54 million contract is the case Lustyik was allegedly attempting to squash in exchange for payoffs.
The government also contends that Lustyik has been in touch with a least two potential witnesses, including a friend from Sleepy Hollow.
Prosecutors said there were several financial transactions involving the witnesses. In the fall, Lustyik allegedly had a friend donate $60,000 to a business owned by one witness, who in turn gave Lustyik $26,000, presumably for a medical procedure for his daughter. Weeks later, Lustyik allegedly arranged for a second witness to deliver $26,000 in cash to the home of the first witness.


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El Paso Sheriff Terry Maketa traded endorsement for favors



COLORADO SPRINGS — El Paso Sheriff Terry Maketa offered an endorsement to a candidate for sheriff in exchange for personal favors and mishandled internal affairs investigations, according to a report on an investigation into employee complaints.
Ray Deeny of the law firm Sherman and Howard also said the investigation found that Maketa had inappropriate relationships with three females in the department.
Deeny gave his briefing o

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FBI agents altered sound in the post
starting this thread
see first post above

here is the youtube video with original
sound .
FBI altered Ralph Nader voice and slowed down the sound so it is inaudible

Ralph Nader's Countdown - By GNN (2001) - YouTube
Video for gnn countdown nader► 3:58► 3:58

Mar 18, 2011 - Uploaded by politicalremix
This remix video by Guerrilla News Network cuts together footage from Ralph Nader speeches ...

google countdown gnn YouTube if they change sound again
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