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Spy-in-the-sky drone sets sights on Miami

An aerial view of the ScanEagle UAV.

An aerial view of the ScanEagle UAV.
Photo: Sgt. Kevin J.Gruenwald

March 30, 2008
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Miami police could soon be the first in the United States to use cutting-edge, spy-in-the-sky technology to beef up their fight against crime.

A small pilotless drone manufactured by Honeywell International, capable of hovering and "staring" using electro-optic or infrared sensors, is expected to make its debut soon in the skies over the Florida Everglades.

If use of the drone wins Federal Aviation Administration approval after tests, the Miami-Dade Police Department will start flying the 6.3 kg drone over urban areas with an eye toward full-fledged employment in crime fighting. "Our intentions are to use it only in tactical situations as an extra set of eyes," said police department spokesman Juan Villalba.

"We intend to use this to benefit us in carrying out our mission," he added, saying the wingless Honeywell aircraft, which fits into a backpack and is capable of vertical takeoff and landing, seems ideally suited for use by SWAT teams in hostage situations or dealing with "barricaded subjects."

Miami-Dade police are not alone, however. Taking their lead from the US military, which has used drones in Iraq and Afghanistan for years, law enforcement agencies across the country have voiced a growing interest in using drones for domestic crime-fighting missions.

Known in the aerospace industry as UAVs, for unmanned aerial vehicles, drones have been under development for decades in the United States.

The CIA acknowledges that it developed a dragonfly-sized UAV known as the "Insectohopter" for laser-guided spy operations as long ago as the 1970s.

And other advanced work on robotic flyers has clearly been under way for quite some time.

"The FBI is experimenting with a variety of unmanned aerial vehicles," said Marcus Thomas, an assistant director of the bureau's Operational Technology Division.

"At this point they have been used mainly for search and rescue missions," he added. "It certainly is an up-and-coming technology and the FBI is researching additional uses for UAVs."

US Customs and Border Protection has been flying drones over the Arizona desert and southwest border with Mexico since 2006 and will soon deploy one in North Dakota to patrol the Canadian border as well.

Recently, Customs and Border Protection spokesman Juan Munoz Torres said the agency would also begin test flights of a modified version of its large Predator B drones, built by General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, over the Gulf of Mexico.


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Report: Marilyn Monroe Sex Tape Sells for $1.5M


Monday, April 14, 2008


A secret sex tape of Marilyn Monroe recently sold for $1.5 million, according to a report in the New York Post.


A copy of the 15 minute, 16 mm film was purchased by a New York businessman who plans to lock it up, memorabilia collector Keya Morgan told the paper. The original film is reportedly held by the FBI and still remains classified.


The flick, reportedly shot in the 1950s, shows the blonde bombshell engaging in oral sex with an unidentified male. Former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover reportedly had his agents spend weeks trying to ascertain whether the man was either John F. Kennedy or Robert F. Kennedy, the paper said.


The black-and-white film shows the actress on her knees in front of the man, Morgan told the paper. The collector said he found the film while doing research for a Monroe documentary.


Heavily redacted, declassified FBI documents from the 1960s talk about a "French-type" film starring the late actress, who died in 1962 from an overdose of prescription drugs.


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FBI Vendetta Against Martin L. "Michelangelo" Kaiser

Martin L. Kaiser

Martin L. Kaiser, Inc. was chartered in 1965 as a Maryland Corporation specializing in the repair and manufacture of industrial controls and related systems.

In 1967 the product line was expanded to include manufacture of electronic countermeasure, surveillance, bomb detection and bomb disposal equipment. Each of these product categories has become widely accepted within the industry.

The company has provided equipment to and serviced many foreign, federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and industrial customers.

Martin L. Kaiser, Inc. has endeavored consistently to present a realistic approach to a wide variety of electronic security problems.

Their electronic countermeasure equipment is designed to cover the three basic categories of transmitters, hard wire systems and telephone alterations.

 * Products manufactured by Martin L. Kaiser, Inc. are available from Granite Island Group.

December 15,1975

The Case of the Cozy Cutout

In J. Edgar Hoover's day, FBI agents knew full well that they would got a quick ticket to Butte, Mont., if they botched their paper work or got caught kiting their telephone vouchers by as much as a dime. But in recent weeks, the bureau's record for Boy Scout's honor has come in for some painful scrutiny, and the agency now faces a new embarrassment: an in-house investigation stemming from reports of questionable fraternization between G-men and businessmen, inflated contracts for snooping gear and a sudden fire in a woodsy rod-and-gun club that was once favored by some of the FBI's most powerful top brass.

Newsweek learned last week that FBI director Clarence M. Kelley has, ordered a special inquiry to clear up the murky affair. The principals all appear respectable. They include Joseph Tait, president of U.S. Recording Co., a Washington based electronics firm that has been supplying the FBI with gum shoe gadgets since 1937; John P. Mohr, who retired in 1972 as the FBI's No. 4 man; and Martin Kaiser an independent and spirited manufacturer of fountain pen microphones and other exotic electronic paraphernalia.

Kaiser told the House Intelligence committee last October that U.S. Recording had served as a front to funnel secret surveillance gear made by other contractors to the FBI. He also alleged that the firm had charged an exorbitant markup - up to 30 per cent - on about $100,000 worth of gear. What Sparked the interest of the committee investigators was the fact the Tait and Mohr (who had been in charge of the purchases for the bureau) had been friends for years, as well as poker partners with other FBI officials at the Blue Ridge Club in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia; the retreat burned to the ground the night before a team of investigators from the House committee was due to inspect its books.

Both Tait and Mohr denied that they had engaged in any improprieties. But Kelley's investigation clearly set off a few alarms around the bureau. "There is no question," conceded one candid FBI man, "that this is a matter of some real concern."

There was also no doubt that U.S. Recording and the FBI had worked together as silent partners. As Kaiser told the story, when he started selling sophisticated surveillance gear to the FBI in the late 1960s, he was instructed by FBI operatives to write up his invoices in the name of U.S. Recording. After he pointed out that the procedure appeared to violate Federal laws banning the sale of his line of goods to private companies, the FBI gave him a rubber stamp ("This order complies with all the provisions of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968") and told him not to worry.

In 1972, Kaiser paid an office call on an FBI agent in Washington and noticed an invoice on the agent's desk indicating that a number of transmitters he had shipped to the FBI (at the going rate of $75 each) had been marked up on the invoice by a whopping 30 per cent. He broke off the business connection. And when the National Wiretap Commission examined his books last May, discovered the transactions and questioned their legality, he took his story to the House committee. "I wasn't about to go into the pokey for them [the FBI]," he explained.

Old intelligence hands around Washington said that Kaiser had run into a classic trick of the trade called a "cutout." In simple terms, a cutout in this case would be a go-between or front used to prevent a hostile foreign power from finding out the source and quality of secret surveillance gear purchased by U.S. intelligence agencies. (Existing U.S. laws provide that the government may buy top-secret hardware through "confidential suppliers," without taking bids.) Attorneys for U.S. Recording confirmed that the firm had been such a confidential supplier. They maintained that its markups had averaged only 12 per cent. House sources said they ran closer to 20 and attributed the price tag to paper work and other overhead expenses. The problem, observed one FBI source, was "whether all the equipment was really so sensitive that it required the use of a cutout." and no-bid contracts.

Kaiser said that many of his shipments had been run-of-the-mill stuff, and House sources maintained that since many of Kaiser's shipments had been made directly to the FBI (with only his invoices going to U.S. Recording), the overhead argument seemed at the very least open to question. "There is no way it's legitimate," said one well-versed committee source. The FBI denied that summation, but confirmed that, on Kelley's orders, it was studying the question of whether the markups were reasonable and legal.

One line of inquiry pointed to the relationship between Tait and Mohr, and it wasn't the first time the two had fallen into the limelight. Earlier this year, Mohr was accused of "fraud and deceit" by relatives of Hoover's friend and aide, Clyde Tolson, who had willed the bulk of his estate to a number of charities and large amounts to Mohr and other former colleagues. In connection with this civil suit, Mohr, who denied the charges, said he had played, poker with Tait and others at the Blue Ridge Club. The list of players named by Mohr included two dozen past and present FBI men and several CIA men (including the retired super spook James Angleton).

Guest: The tab for the friendly weekends ran about $600, committee sources said. Some investigators speculate that Tait might have been picking up the tab for room board and booze, a violation of Federal regulations against gifts for government. As a director of the club, Tait arranged quarters for the poker game and paid the bills by check from time to time. But he and Mohr both insisted last week that he had always been reimbursed by his guests.

It was to shed light on these arrangements that the House investigators sought to examine the club's books just before the place caught fire. Last week only the magnificent stone fireplaces of the old, 27-room lodge were left, towering above a hill overlooking the Potomac a few miles northeast of Harper's Ferry. The blaze broke out on a Sunday at dusk. Local fire marshals said the evidence suggested it had been an electrical fire, not the work of a professional torch.

The clubs records were saved and may ultimately clarify some of the ambiguities in the affair. With Mohr still retaining considerable influence within the bureau (assistant director Harold Bassett, the chief of the Inspection Division responsible for the current probe, is said to be an old friend), a few troubled FBI men wondered last week where it all might lead. "It may be nothing more than a stupid business practice," said one of them. But it also turn out to be the first serious money scandal in the bureau's long history.

The Evening Sun
Baltimore, MD
Monday, October 25, 1976

Witness's Business Suddenly Drops

When the House Select Committee on Intelligence invited Marty L. Kaiser to testify at its hearings on illegal wiretapping by government agencies, he did the statesmen a favor and accepted the invitation.

Now they can return it by helping him answer a question: Why is it that he averaged about $200,000 annual in business from these agencies before he testified just one year ago and has averaged zilch since then?

That's what has happened to Martin Kaiser since he went to Washington last October and startled the intelligence community. He offered evidence that prices for equipment he had sold to an FBI front had apparently been marked up by about 30 per cent before delivery from the front to the FBI.

Word later came that Edward H. Levi, Attorney General, ordered an investigation of links between several top-echelon FBI officials and the head of the firm serving as the original recipient of the equipment.

Citizen Kaiser is the slightly stout little fellow from Timonium who has been called "the Michelangelo of electronics" because of his Uncanny talent for making things out of juiced up wires and finding such things made by others to bug their fellow man. There was a time when his marvelous little devices - all assembled by his nimble brain and nimble fingers in a small block building next to Brooks Robinson's sporting goods shop - were the rage of the FBI, Secret Service, armed forces and private customers in the world of the superduper snoop and counter-snoop. His developments in electronic eavesdropping for law enforcement and government intelligence had made him one of the most widely publicized and sought after specialists in the field.

His equipment and techniques led to the discovery that bugs had been placed on telephones in the offices of Governor Mandel, at least four other governors, and Milton A. Allen, the Supreme Bench judge who was then state's attorney for Baltimore.

The big, red car in his driveway is known as his "President Sadat Cadillac" because he bought it after a lucrative service performed for the Egyptian chief, training his aides in electronic counter-intelligence.

Such foreign work and private assignments like countering industrial espionage, says Marty Kaiser, have enabled his company to survive the withdrawal of government business.

"I'm still busy, but most of my business comes from other sources," he says. "I've tried to find out why I was dropped so suddenly. After all, I didn't ask to talk to the committee. They invited me and made it clear that I'd be subpoenaed if I didn't accept the invitation.

"I even went over and talked to (FBI Director) Clarence Kelley about it for an hour. I was only doing my duty, which is something the FBI certainly ought to understand, and he certainly seemed to understand.

At one point Citizen Kaiser brought suit against officials of several intelligent and military agencies under the Freedom of information Act in an attempt to get an official reason for his freeze-out.

"About the only thing I got out of that was word from the Army that they have no file on me. I told that they must have, became I was in the Army once. I even gave- them my Trial number, but they said my file must have burned up in a fire at the records center.

For Martin Kaiser, who is more at home in the microcosmic world of transistors and printed circuits than n the mystical world of Washington politics, there is something familiar about it all.

Shortly before establishing his Timonium business 12 years ago, he helped develop a missile detection system heralded in 1964 by President Johnson using the bending beam principle in a device "seeing" beyond the horizon.

At the time, he says, he was making about $6,300 a year for Radio Corporation of America after starting at $3,900 about six years earlier. For his sterling work, he was rewarded with an assignment as manager of the anti-missile project when it was moved from Burlington, Mass., to Barbados, West Indies. But one day, be recalls, an Air Force officer asked him to compare RCA's efforts with Raytheon in similar work. "After evaluating their work against RCA, I really felt they were doing a better job, really outstanding. I said so, and the and the next thing we knew was that Raytheon had the project.

"I wasn't fired, because that wasn't to way they operate instead, they offered me a promotion - in Australia. "I said it was okay if they'd pay to move my wife and kids, too, but they said no "I'd have to pay. "I figured it out, and it would have come to about $14,000. So I didn't take the promotions."

There is something faintly similar between the Australia to which Martin Kaiser was to be assigned in 1964 for his compulsive candor with an Air Force officer and the Siberia of the intelligence world to which he has been relegated for speaking out before the House Select Committee on Intelligence in 1975.

For a man whose equipment may form the heart of the nation's defense and counter-intelligence system, he seems to be getting short shrift.

The least the committee owes him in return for his service is a little help in determining why.

Winston-Salem Journal
Tuesday, February 21, 1978

Jury May Get Case Today, Is Kaiser Object of FBI Vendetta?

Twelve jurors probably will begin deliberations today to decide whether Martin L. Kaiser is guilty of conspiracy and illegally bugging FBI agents while they investigated Northwestern Bank last year.

One thing the jury must decide is whether the FBI is carrying out a vendetta against Kaiser, one of the, country's foremost wiretap and bugging experts.

Kaiser, a manufacturer of surveillance devices - from Maryland, was once a major supplier of the FBI's surveillance equipment But his dealings with the FBI stopped when he publicly identified an FBI front company used to buy his products and resell them to government agencies at substantially higher prices.

Today, Kaiser no longer works with the FBI, but his clients include the CIA, the Army, and Air Force, several foreign countries and more than 200 police departments.

Martin Kaiser is still one of the most respected makers of bugging equipment in the world - among his character references is the head of the CIA's procurement division. Kaiser still supplies the CIA with a great deal of surveillance gear' and he still holds an agency rating of secret.

But Kaiser says that the FBI wants revenge on him. He alleges that the FBI seeks revenge because of his testimony before the presidentially appointed National Wiretap Commission and the House Select Committee on Intelligence in 1975. In his testimony before the panels Kaiser revealed links between the FBI and U.S. Recording Co., an electronic equipment purchasing company.

Kaiser told the committee that the recording company was actually an FBI front - an apparently legitimate private business. Which was in fact operated by high ranking FBI officials. Kaiser had done a considerable amount of business with the FBI, he said, but his business began to suffer greatly after he was instructed in 1969 to sell his equipment to U.S. Recording instead of directly to the FBI.

Kaiser testified that he first assured that the procedure was merely a security measure, - but he later discovered that the electronic devices he sold to U.S. Recording were being duplicated and resold at substantial markups.

Kaiser had sold the FBI many surveillance devices - among them the bug detection kit used to find the listening devices Kaiser is charged with installing at Northwestern's headquarters in Wilkesboro. After his testimony an investigation by the General Accounting Office revealed that the FBI front company had marked up the prices of Kaiser's gear from 12 percent to 280 percent.

Kaiser testified that the FBI was not the only group buying his products through U.S. Recording. In addition to federal agencies, Kaiser told the congressional committee foreign governments, including Canada and Iran bought the marked-up goods.

Kaiser now says that most - of his federal contracts were severed after he brought the front company to public attention. An affidavit Kaiser filed in federal court claims that his sales plummeted from $200,000 annually before his testimony to $450 afterward.

His allegations of a vendetta go beyond the U.S. Recording Co. payment scheme, though. Kaiser said that Thomas J. Brereton, the FBI agent in charge of the Northwestern investigation illegally attended grand jury proceedings while Kaiser was testifying.

Kaiser's allegations resulted in a special hearing called by Judge Hiram H. Ward in U.S. Middle District Court here last month. Ward ruled that Brereton had not improperly attended the grand jury hearings and that "a mistake had been made, honest or otherwise."

Brereton testified that he had been in the U S. attorneys law library during Kaiser's grand jury appearance.

Friction between Kaiser and Brereton seemed to continue throughout the seven days of testimony in the bugging trial. Kaiser's attorneys repeatedly asked Ward to admonish Brereton for speaking with Assistant U.S. Attorney Benjamin White during cross examination.

Brereton consulted with White before many questions were put to defense witnesses, and Kaiser's attorneys objected that the jury could overhear Brereton's comment's. Several times, Ward instructed Brereton to lower his voice when he spoke with the prosecutor.

A part of Kaiser's affidavit on the FBI vendetta matter said that two special FBI agents visited him in December 1975 to interview him on his U S. Recording Co. testimony. Kaiser said the two "literally held me for several hours hostage... to elicit a statement which repudiated my earlier congressional testimony and absolved the Bureau and U.S. Recording Co. of their wrongdoing."

The U.S. attorney's office filed a motion in federal court to deny Kaiser's allegations of a vendetta.

Kaiser's trial will continue at 9:30 a.m. today, with final arguments and instructions to the jury scheduled.

Winston-Salem Journal
Wednesday - February 22, 1978

Martin L. Kaiser has been found not guilty of bugging FBI agents, conspiracy and illegal transporting listening devices.

The verdict was returned by a jury of eight women and four men after 2.5 hours of deliberation yesterday afternoon in U.S. Federal District Court here.

Kaiser, an electronic surveillance expert from Cockeysville, MD, had been charged with helping Edwin Duncan Jr. and Gwyvn E. Bowers bug FBI agents who were investigating Northwestern Bank last year. Duncan, former bank board chairman, and Bowers, a former bank vice president, pleaded guilty to similar charges last November.

The bugging took place between April and July 1977 in an office in the bank's headquarters in Wilkesboro. "In all honesty," Kaiser said after the verdict was announced, "it's what we expected. Needless to say I'm satisfied."

Throughout the eight day trial Kaiser admitted installing bugging equipment in a bank office used by the FBI agents but denied knowing that Duncan and Bowers would use the equipment illegally. The government case contended that Kaiser was fully aware that bank employees would use the bugging system to illegally monitor the FBI investigation.

"What this case is really about is human rights - the right to human privacy," said Assistant U.S. attorney Benjamin White in his final argument yesterday morning. "There is nothing illegal about him installing these devices - many attorneys have them in their offices, many businessmen have them in their offices," said John Morrow, ore of Kaiser's attorneys.

Much of Kaiser's trial was marked by controversy over his past business dealings with the FBI. Kaiser, who is a major manufacturer of surveillance equipment for government agencies, filed a pretrial affidavit protesting that the FBI was seeking revenge against him.

Kaiser said the FBI wanted vengeance because of testimony he gave before congressional panels on surveillance matters. He had identified an FBI front company that bought his equipment and resold it to the FBI and other government agencies at marked-up prices.

Most of the defense witnesses were from law enforcement agencies, and most testified that Kaiser is reputable and trustworthy. Kaiser testified that at he Sells bugging equipment and bomb detection gear to more than 200 law enforcement groups. His clients, he said, include the CIA, the Army and Air Force and several foreign governments.

In his closing remarks, White questioned the nature of Kaiser's relations with his clients. After saying that Kaiser had once had the trust of law enforcement groups. White said, "Mr. Kaiser sold that trust, ladies and gentlemen, for $3,500 (Kaisers fee - for the Northwestern Bank bugging)."

Shortly after the end of the trial, one of Kaiser's attorneys told reporters that Northwestern has never paid Kaiser's fee. "We hope we don't have to sue them to get it - they're a big bank," said Bernard Fensterwald, a Washington lawyer who once defended James McCord, one of the Watergate burglars.

Kaiser said he plans to visit his daughter in Florida and then return to work. "I've really been out of business since July 29 (the date of his indictment)," he said. "I'm really looking forward to getting back to it."

The Sentinel
Winston-Salem, NC
Saturday, February 5, 1983

Defendants Claim Agents Abused Process

GREENSBORO, NC - Two FBI agents abused the criminal process to strengthen their position in a $22 million lawsuit stemming from the 1977 investigation and bugging at Northwestern Bank lawyers for defendants in the suit charged in federal court yesterday.

One defendant in the civil case also accused the FBI of tampering with evidence. In an affidavit, defendant Martin L. Kaiser, an Electronics expert from Cockeysville, MD., said bureau agents or, employees altered two tape recordings and switched tape recorders. He also claimed that one agent removed documents from FBI files which have never been recovered.

The allegations were made during three hours of argument In U.S. Middle District Court Federal Judge Frank W. Bullock Jr. held a hearing on numerous motions pending in the case which began almost five years ago.

In July 1978, FBI agents Thomas J. Brereton and Zachary T. Lowe filed suit alleging that their civil rights were violated and their privacy was invaded when their conversations were electronically recorded during their investigation of Northwestern Bank from April to July 1977. Brereton and Lowe charged that Edwin Duncan Jr., then Northwestern Bank chairman, and Gwyn E. Bowers, then bank vice president, conspired to intercept the agents oral and telephone communications.

They also claimed that Kaiser agreed to help Duncan and Bowers by possessing, selling, transporting, and installing electronic surveillance equipment or bugs to help them accomplish their sinister conspiratorial scheme." Northwestern Bank and Northwestern Financial Corp., the bank's holding company, also are defendants in the lawsuit.

The agents discovered they were being recorded while they were investigating financial irregularities at the North Wilkesboro-based bank. Duncan was convicted of misapplying bank funds and recording conversations of IRS agents who were reviewing bank records in October 1977, and in November 1977, he pleaded guilty to the bugging conspiracy against the FBI.

Bowers pleaded guilty to the conspiracy to record the FBI agents' conversations and to the actual bugging. However, Kaiser pleaded not guilty to charges related to the bugging and he was acquitted in federal court in Winston-Salem in February 1978.

Since Brereton and Lowe's suit was filed, it has become one of the most complicated civil cases ever in the U.S. Middle District. Three Greensboro attorneys - Bynum N. Hunter, Michael R. Abel, and Ben F. Tennille, have been released as defendants, and the remaining defendants and the plaintiffs have filed pages and pages of motions' affidavits and cross claims. There also is a similar case filed by former FBI agent Donald G. Wilson for $5.5 million in damages from Duncan, Bowers, Northwestern Bank and Northwestern Financial.

Lawyers for Duncan and Kaiser yesterday said Brereton and Lowe used the criminal investigation of their clients to prepare for their multi-million-dollar civil suit. "They were given access and power of the federal government they should not have been given," Stephen Spring, a Louisiana attorney representing Kaiser said. Duncan's attorney, Ted G. West, claimed that the former bank chairman Agreed to plead guilty to the bugging conspiracy during a meeting with Brereton and a former U.S. attorney.

"We contend that Mr. Brereton and Mr. Lowe abused the process," West said. "That's what it boils down to in instigating a guilty plea from Mr. Duncan so they could have something to hang their hat on in this civil case."

He also said, "This court must and should look closely at a situation where investigators of the U.S. government pursue their investigation knowing during the entire course of the investigation that they have a civil suit in mind".

But Mike Bailey, one of Brerelon's and Lowe's lawyers, said the agents were only fulfilling their obligations by investigating and helping prosecute the cases.

Kaiser filed a $720,000 counterclaim against Brereton and Lowe in 1978 and last year he asked to add the FBI to his suit. He is seeking $10.7 million from the FBI. Kaiser claimed the bureau "actually assisted and enabled... Brereton and Lowe to gain access to Information and records while on bureau time and through bureau resources of information directly bearing to the outcome of the civil action."

Duncan also has asked the court to allow him to add the FBI, a former U. S. attorney and a former assistant U.S. attorney to his cross-claim against Brereton and Lowe. However, Bullock questioned whether the statutory limitation on adding to the cross-claims has run out.

Kaiser made other allegations against the FBI in his affidavit. He accused the bureau of fraudulently concealing and manufacturing evidence.

The Panasonic tape recorder presented at his criminal trial played at one-third normal speed, Kaiser said, but he said the recorder being used as evidence in the civil case operated at one-fourth normal speed. He also said tests showed that two tape recordings of Brereton and Lowe were not made on the tape recorder provided to Northwestern Bank in 1977 and that the two tapes were made on two different recorders, he said.

Kaiser said, "It is my belief based upon a review of tests that these modifications or manufacturing of evidence was performed by agents and/or employees of the Federal Bureau of Investigation as part of a conspiracy wherein the FBI acted in concert with plaintiffs Brereton and Lowe by attempting to convict me of a crime I did not commit ... and instituting the present civil suit as a retaliatory measure designed to drain me of funds necessarily spent in my defense."

Kaiser further charged that Brereton took documents out of the FBI files and that the bureau claims those papers are lost. He also said Brereton made misrepresentations to a grand jury which led to Kaiser's indictment on charges related to the buggings Brereton did that Kaiser said, so he could use the criminal trial to gather evidence for the civil case.

Duncan and Kaiser have filed motions for summary judgment and have asked for dismissal of the actions against them. Yesterday, attorneys for Northwestern Bank and Northwestern Financial Corp. also argued for summary judgment and dismissal.

"The bank was the one who was losing from this illegal activity" not just the customers, The bank," Richard Vanore, Northwestern attorney, said. "Because (Duncan) benefited is not sufficient to say the bank benefited and should be held responsible for his action."

He also charged that Brereton and Lowe are "seeking monetary damages as the real fruit of their criminal investigation"

Bugging Expert Adds FBI To His Suit Against Agents

The Sentinel
Winston-Salem, NC

GREENSBORO, NC - A Maryland electronics expert is asking for more than $10 million in damages from the FBI, claiming that the agency as assisted two of its agents who were planning a lawsuit against him.

Martin L. Kaiser specializes in electronic surveillance (bugging), counter-surveillance and bomb detection equipment says in a document filed in federal court here that agents Thomas J. Brereton and Zachary T. Lowe were contemplating a lawsuit against him while they were involved in prosecuting him on criminal charges.

The FBI "actually assisted and enabled... Brereton and Lowe to gain access to information and records while on bureau time and through bureau resources of information directly bearing to the outcome of their proposed civil action", Kaiser claims.

He says in the document which is an amendment to an earlier counterclaims against the agents, that the FBI's action represents a "malicious motive for the institution and prosecution" of the criminal case against him "in violation of federal statutes which require federal agents with a conflict of interest to excuse themselves from such investigation".

Brereton and Lowe sued Kaiser in U. S. Middle District Court in July 1978, five months after he was found not guilty of charges of bugging them while they were conducting an investigation at Northwestern Bank in Wilkesboro in 1977.

The agents also sued the bank and its former president Edwin Duncan Jr., claiming that their right to privacy was violated by the bugging of the room they were using at the bank head quarters. The agents claim a total of $22 million in damages.

Several months later Kaiser filed a counterclaim against the agents claiming they abused the criminal process against him and asking for $720,000 in damages. The agents responded by denying that they had acted improperly in the criminal investigation and they asked for a dismissal of the counterclaim.

Kaiser's addition to the counterclaims filed this week asks that the United States be brought into the suit to represent the FBI, and he asks for an additional $10.7 million in damages.

U. S. Attorney Kenneth W. McAllister said this morning that "I certainly wouldn't comment on any pending civil actions".

Duncan and the bank have filed motions for dismissal of the agents' suit, and Duncan has asked the court for permission to file his own counterclaim against the government and prosecutors in a 1977 criminal case against him.

Duncan pleaded guilty to charges of conspiring to bug the agents. He spent several months in prison as the result of convictions on other charges stemming from the agents investigation.

No trial dates have been set in the lawsuit, which has become one of the most complex civil cases now pending in the district.

The Daily Telegraph
London, England

Bugged FBI Men with Hemorrhoids Sue for 11 Million

A telephone tapping expert who supplied the Federal Bureau of Investigation with electronic eavesdropping devices is being sued for alleged "bugging of two FBI agents." The agents, Thomas Brereton and Zachary Lowe, are claiming eleven million pounds compensation They say their right as private citizens were "grossly violated" and they are suing Mr. Martin Kaiser and a bank in North Carolina.

They were investigating the bank's affairs after allegations that an executive was misusing funds, and according to Mr. Kaiser a vice president of the bank sought his assistance, wanting recorders installed to tape conversations and interviews in the bank involving the officers.

Devices were provided, Mr. Kaiser said, on the understanding that the equipment would be used legally with the consent of the agents.

The FBI men have now named him together with the bank in a lawsuit filed at Greensboro, North Carolina. In a court deposition Mr. Brereton tells of finding five bugging devices, including special transmitters and amplifiers, in the building.

He recalled: "That night there was tremendous anger and frustration". He remembered one of the bank's executives sitting "smirking at me when he pulled all the mikes out of the wall. He went on: "You wouldn't believe the anger that took place in here that night when I found out... you go home and all you do is think about it." "You know you've been bugged... It keeps playing on your mind".

As a result he was humiliated and embarrassed as a special agent and suffered, he said, increased hypertension and cysts in his eyes.

His colleague said in his deposition that after the incident his hemorrhoid condition worsened.

Martin L. "Michelangelo" Kaiser in His Lab
(Working on a thermal cure for eye cysts and hemorrhoids
caused by the use of surveillance devices, see above article)

Note: In certain government circles it's "understood" that
Martin L. Kaiser inspired Francis Ford Coppola to write the
manuscript for "The Conversation" back in the early
seventies. This manuscript was later produced into a movie
which starred Gene Hackman, John Cazale, Allen Garfield,
Cindy Williams, Harrison Ford, and Frederic Forrest.

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Your Internet provider is watching you

Fine print reveals that you have fewer rights than you might realize

The Comcast case is a rare example of the government getting into the ISP contract nitty-gritty. "There really should be an onus on the regulators to see this kind of thing is done correctly," said Bob Williams, who deals with telecom and media issues at Consumers Union.
Lauren Victoria Burke / AP

By Peter Svensson
updated 12:08 p.m. ET, Fri., April. 4, 2008

NEW YORK - What's scary, funny and boring at the same time? It could be a bad horror movie. Or it could be the fine print on your Internet service provider's contract.

Those documents you agree to — usually without reading — ostensibly allow your ISP to watch how you use the Internet, read your e-mail or keep you from visiting sites it deems inappropriate. Some reserve the right to block traffic and, for any reason, cut off a service that many users now find essential.

The Associated Press reviewed the "Acceptable Use Policies" and "Terms of Service" of the nation's 10 largest ISPs — in all, 117 pages of contracts that leave few rights for subscribers.

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"The network is asserting almost complete control of the users' ability to use their network as a gateway to the Internet," said Marvin Ammori, general counsel of Free Press, a Washington-based consumer advocacy group. "They become gatekeepers rather than gateways."

But the provisions are rarely enforced, except against obvious miscreants like spammers. Consumer outrage would have been the likely result if AT&T Inc. took advantage of its stated right to block any activity that causes the company "to be viewed unfavorably by others."

Jonathan Zittrain, professor of Internet governance and regulation at Oxford University, said this clause was a "piece of boilerplate that is passed around the corporate lawyers like a Christmas fruitcake.

"The idea that they would ever invoke it and point to it is nuts, especially since their terms of service already say they can cut you off for any reason and give you a refund for the balance of the month," Zittrain said.

AT&T removed the "unfavorably by others" wording in February after The Associated Press asked about the reason behind it. Subscribers, however, wouldn't know that it was gone unless they checked the contract word for word: The document still said it was last updated Oct. 8, 2007.

Most companies reserve the right to change the contracts at any time, without any notice except an update on the Web site. Verizon used to say it would notify subscribers of changes by e-mail, but the current contract just leaves that as an option for the company.

This sort of contract, where the subscriber is considered to agree by signing up for service rather than by active negotiation, is given extra scrutiny by courts, Zittrain said. Any wiggle room or ambiguity is usually resolved in favor of the consumer rather than the company.

Yet the main purpose of ISP contracts isn't to circumscribe the service for all subscribers, but rather to provide legal cover for the company if it cuts off a user who's abusing the system.

"Without the safeguards offered in these policies, customers could suffer from degradation of service and be exposed to a broad variety of malware threats," said David Deliman, spokesman at Cox Communications.

The language does matter: In a case involving a student accused of hacking, a federal appeals court held last year that subscribers should have a lower expectation of privacy if their service provider has a stated policy of monitoring traffic.

But these broadly written contracts still don't provide all the legal cover ISPs want. Comcast Corp. is being investigated by the Federal Communications Commission for interfering with file sharing by its subscribers. The company has pointed to its Acceptable Use Policy, which said, in general terms, that the company had the right to manage traffic. Since the investigation began, it has updated the policy to describe its practices in greater detail, and recently said it would stop targeting file-sharing once it puts a new traffic-management system in place late this year.

The Comcast case is a rare example of the government getting into the nitty-gritty of one of these contracts.

"There really should be an onus on the regulators to see this kind of thing is done correctly," said Bob Williams, who deals with telecom and media issues at Consumers Union.

If there were more competition, market forces might straighten out the contracts, he said. But most Americans have only two choices for broadband: the cable company or the phone company.

Williams himself knows that it's tough to pay attention to the contracts. He recently had Verizon Communications Inc.'s FiOS broadband and TV service installed in his home. Only after the installation was completed did he get the contract in the mail.

He could have read some of the terms earlier, when placing the order online, but he just clicked the "Accept" button.

"I'm a hard-nosed consumer advocate type ... I really should have examined it better than I did," he said. But, he added, he acted like most consumers, because of the lack of alternatives. "You click the 'Accept' button because it's not like you're going somewhere else."

Other common clauses of ISP contracts:

ISPs can read your e-mail
Practically all ISPs reserve the right to read your e-mails and look at the sites you visit, without a wiretap order. This reflects the open nature of the Internet _ for privacy purposes, e-mails are more like postcards than letters. It's also prompted by the ISPs' need to identify and stop subscribers who use their connections to send spam e-mails.

Some ISPs, like AT&T Inc., make clear that they do not read their subscriber's traffic as a matter of course, but also that they need little or no excuse to begin doing so. Cablevision, a cable operator in the Northeast, says one of the reasons it might look at what a customer is doing online would be to help operate its service properly.

The federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act protects e-mail and other Internet communications from eavesdropping, but several of its provisions can be waived by agreements between the ISP and the subscriber. Also, the law is mainly aimed at making it difficult for the government, not companies, to snoop.

Wiretapping laws may also apply, but the situation is unclear. A federal appeals court panel in 2004 dismissed charges against a company that provided e-mail services for booksellers and snooped on their Amazon.com order confirmations. The charges of illegal wiretapping were reinstated by the full appeals court the next year, but the case hasn't been tried.

ISPs can block you from Web sites
Or at least they would like to think so. In a clause typical of ISPs, Comcast reserves the right to block or remove traffic it deems "inappropriate, regardless of whether this material or its dissemination is unlawful."

The ISP sees itself as the sole judge of whether something is appropriate.
Broad enforcement of this kind of clause for business purposes other than protecting users is likely to draw attention from regulators like the FCC, as is happening in the Comcast file-sharing case.

ISPs can shut you down for using the connection too much
For cable ISPs, up to 500 households may be sharing the capacity on a single line, and a few traffic hogs can slow the whole neighborhood down. But rather than saying publicly how much traffic is too much, some cable companies keep their caps secret, and simply warn offenders individually. If that doesn't work, they're kicked off.

It's difficult to reach these secret bandwidth caps unless users are downloading large amounts of high-quality video from the Internet, but the advent of high-definition Internet video set-top boxes like the Apple TV and the Vudu could make it more common.

Oddly, some ISPs, like Cox, say it's the responsibility of subscribers to ensure that they don't hog the traffic of other subscribers, a determination that's impossible for a home broadband user. Cox, however, does make the monthly download and upload limits public on its Web site.

Time Warner Cable Inc. has said it will test putting public caps on how much new subscribers in Beaumont, Texas, can download per month, and charge them more if they go over.

Digital subscriber line providers like AT&T and Verizon aren't as concerned about bandwidth hogs, because phone lines aren't shared among households.


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CNN exclusive: FBI misconduct reveals sex, lies and videotape

By Scott Zamost and Kyra Phillips, CNN Special Investigations Unit
January 27, 2011

Editor's note: Some content in this report may be offensive to readers. For more on this CNN exclusive story, watch Kyra Phillips' full report on "The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer" tonight starting at 5 p.m. ET.

Washington (CNN) -- An FBI employee shared confidential information with his girlfriend, who was a news reporter, then later threatened to release a sex tape the two had made.

A supervisor watched pornographic videos in his office during work hours while "satisfying himself."

And an employee in a "leadership position" misused a government database to check on two friends who were exotic dancers and allowed them into an FBI office after hours.

These are among confidential summaries of FBI disciplinary reports obtained by CNN, which describe misconduct by agency supervisors, agents and other employees over the last three years.

Read the FBI documents obtained by CNN

-- An employee had "a sexual relationship with a source" over seven months. The punishment was a 40-day suspension.
-- The supervisor who viewed "pornographic movies in the office while sexually satisfying himself" during work hours received a 35-day suspension.
-- The employee in a "leadership position" who misused a "government database to conduct name checks on two friends who were foreign nationals employed as exotic dancers" and "brought the two friends into FBI space after-hours without proper authorization" received a 23-day suspension. The same employee had been previously suspended for misusing a government database.
-- An employee who was drunk "exploited his FBI employment at a strip club," falsely claiming he was "conducting an official investigation." His punishment was a 30-day suspension.
-- And an employee conducted "unauthorized searches on FBI databases" for "information on public celebrities the employee thought were 'hot'" received a 30-day suspension.
Child Porn Probe Leads To FBI Headquarters
Target claims inquiry is just a “misunderstanding”

JANUARY 5 2011--The government’s pursuit of suspects trafficking in child pornography recently led federal agents to a familiar address--the FBI’s Washington, D.C. headquarters, where a bureau official is the subject of an ongoing criminal probe, The Smoking Gun has learned.

The investigation by the Department of Justice’s inspector general is focusing on FBI employee Joseph Bonsuk’s receipt of nearly 80 illicit images that were e-mailed to him by an Illinois sex offender whose rap sheet includes felony convictions for bank robbery and solicitation of a minor.

Prosecutors move to dismiss charges against former Scout leader

January 3, 2007

NEW HAVEN, Conn. --Federal prosecutors have moved to dismiss charges against a retired FBI agent who was indicted on child sex charges dating back more than a decade when he was a Boy Scout leader, in response to the death of his accuser.

William Hutton, 63, of Killingworth, was arrested in February on charges he enticed a member of his Scout troop to Maine for the purpose of sexual activity in 1994 and 1995.

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Edward Rodgers was in charge of investigating cases of Child Abuse at the FBI

THE DENVER POST - Voice of the Rocky Mountain Empire
May 17, 1990
Sisters win sex lawsuit vs. dad $2.3 million given for years of abuse
By Howard Prankratz
Denver Post Legal Affairs Writer

Two daughters of former state and federal law enforcement official Edward Rodgers were awarded $2.319,400 yesterday, after a Denver judge and jury found that the women suffered years of abuse at the hands of their father.

The award to Sharon Simone, 45, and Susan Hammond, 44, followed testimony of Rodgers’ four daughters in person or through depositions, describing repeated physical abuse and sexual assaults by their father from 1944 through 1965.

Rodgers, 72, who became a child abuse expert after retiring from the FBI and joining the colorado Springs DA’s office, failed to appear for the trial. But in a deposition taken in March, Rodgers denied ever hitting or sexually abusing his children.

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FBI Agent Pleads Guilty to Child Abuse

Tuesday February 17, 2004 11:46 PM


Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - The former chief internal watchdog at the FBI has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl and has admitted he had a history of molesting other children before he joined the bureau for what became a two-decade career.

John H. Conditt Jr., 53, who retired in 2001, was sentenced last week to 12 years in prison in Tarrant County court in Fort Worth, Texas, after he admitted he molested the daughter of two FBI agents after he retired. He acknowledged molesting at least two other girls before he began his law enforcement career, his lawyer said.

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Monday August 8, 2005 Longtime FBI agent sentenced to prison on child porn count
also see http://www.policeone.com/news/113935-Longtime-Idaho-FBI-Agent-Sentenced-for-Possessing-Child-Porn/

Associated Press Writer

BOISE, Idaho (AP) A longtime FBI agent who helped arrest mountain-man Claude Dallas and was involved in a deadly 1984 siege involving white supremacists in Washington state is going to prison for 12 months after pleading guilty to possession of child pornography.

William Buie, 64, of Boise, most recently worked as an investigator for the Idaho attorney general's office.

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February 22, 2007
SPOTSYLVANIA, Va. A  F.B.I. analyst has been sentenced to seven years in prison for having sex with a young girl in Spotsylvania County.
Forty-four-year-old Anthony John Lesko entered an Alford plea yesterday in Spotsylvania County Circuit Court to nine counts of felony indecent liberties upon a child. An Alford plea means Lesko doesn't admit guilt but believes there is enough evidence for a conviction.
Authorities say Lesko engaged in a sex act with her nine times, beginning when she was nine years old.
According to the plea, Lesko said he was a victim in the case. He said the girl initiated the contact.

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FBI Agent Accused Of Masturbating In Public
May 25, 2007 09:02 PM
FBI Agent Accused Of Masturbating In Public

Posted by, Marissa Pasquet KOLD News 13 News Editor

FBI Special Agent Ryan Seese, 34, is facing sex offense charges after a cleaning woman said she found him masturbating in a women's lavatory on campus, according to a University of Arizona police spokesman.

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FBI agent arrested on child sexual assault charge

Associated Press - January 15, 2008 6:14 PM ET
PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) - An FBI agent is under arrest in Pueblo for investigation of sexual assault on a child by someone in a position of trust.

Authorities say 53-year-old David Allan Johnson is being held in the Pueblo County jail today on a $100,000 bail.

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Former Great Falls FBI  agent sentenced on child sex charges

Jan 23, 2008

A man from Great Falls who's accused of sexually assaulting five underage girls will be spending the next 10 years behind bars.

Stanley Perkins, 64, changed his plea to guilty after police began investigating him for child molestation in August 2006.

The former educator, who also served two years as an FBI agent, was sentenced on one count of felony sexual assault.

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Gang Stalking = COINTELPRO = STASI decomposition


The FBI and all law enforcement agencies are currently using a psychological warfare protocol like "COINTELPRO" which is almost identical to the STASI "decomposition". This is what people are referring to as Gang Stalking.


The earliest forms of this that I know of are from Egypt, Greece and Rome. Each of these societies had pervasive spy/informant networks that were spying on each other as well as looking for spies inside of their own empires. Anyone who did not feel that their own respective empire was the most perfect society could be considered a traitor. In other words they were looking for anyone who had thoughts beliefs and attitudes that were not approved of by the state that could instigate revolt or subversive activity or otherwise make them a danger to the empire. This obviously created a snitch culture and there were bound to be abuses. If a person was not liked by another then it was easy to persuade others to make a complaint and get that person killed or exiled. No one dare say or do anything that was politically incorrect and thus the rulers were able to maintain power and control over the people. Blatant execution or exile is common in an empire but in a democracy it is not as easy to accomplish these punishments so modern psychological operations were developed to accomplish these goals and in this way an empire can masquerade as a democracy.


The STASI decomposition protocol is an excellent example of how these modern psychological operations work. The STASI decomposition is almost identical to the FBI’s COINTELPRO. Here is a link to a document that shows an overview of the STASI decomposition.

·         http://www.scribd.com/doc/71863415

·         http://www.mediafire.com/?5w80dni99qc1c8w


Law enforcement agencies in concert with government and corporations are using bribery, deception, coercion & blackmail to create an informant & saboteur network out of criminals of all kinds, extremist groups, cults, patriotic zealots, the poor, the homeless, friends, family, neighbors, repair men, fire men, police, military personnel and agents to target individuals and groups that have beliefs and attitudes (such as civil rights and animal rights.) that may cause them to commit acts of terrorism at some future time or motivate others to commit terrorist acts or incite revolt. This pre-crime approach has existed numerous times throughout American history but has reared its ugly head again due to 9/11.

Unfortunately, according to former FBI agent Mike German, many post 9/11 targeted individuals are nothing more than a training exercise.




·         http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COINTELPRO












Here is a lecture by Noam Chomsky that uncovers the root mindset in America that predicates the targeting of groups and individuals.



The real power behind gang stalking and many other terrible things is the minority of the opulent but the front group making all the policy changes these days is the neoconservatives. Neoconservatisim is a cult ideology that has been bankrolled and nurtured by the opulent just like all of the other cult ideologies created or co-opted by the opulent for their machinations.

·         http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_for_the_New_American_Century


·         http://www.newamericancentury.org/


·         http://www.newamericancentury.org/lettersstatements.htm


·         http://www.newamericancentury.org/statementofprinciples.htm


·         http://www.newamericancentury.org/iraqclintonletter.htm


·         http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_Policy_Initiative


·         http://www.foreignpolicyi.org/


·         http://www.foreignpolicyi.org/foreignpolicy2011


·         http://www.abovetheswamp.com/articles/political-issues/74-the-neocon-mind


Stalin and Hitler were fanatical leaders inspired by a gang mentality and by the concept of "historic mission." They believed that intolerance and large scale brutality were necessary ingredients of social order. Each of them was also supported by the “cult of personality.” The neocons are strikingly similar.


What are the components of gang mentality?



·         Extreme concern with reputation both inside and outside of the ideology. Neocons are this way.



·         Extreme concern with respect both inside and outside of the ideology. Neocons are this way.



·         No challenge will go unanswered. It is so with the neocons as well.


What is the concept of “historic mission”?


In a well documented conversation, Adolf Hitler berated the Austrian Chancellor Schuschnigg and stated…

"That is what you say!...But I am telling you that I am going to solve the so-called Austrian problem one way or the other...I have a historic mission, and this mission I will fulfill because Providence has destined me to do so...I have only to give an order and all your ridiculous defense mechanisms will be blown to bits. You don't seriously believe you can stop me or even delay me for half an hour, do you?"


Prominent neocon Michael Ledeen stated…

“Creative destruction is our middle name, both within our own society and abroad. We tear down the old order every day, from business to science, literature, art, architecture, and cinema to politics and the law. Our enemies have always hated this whirlwind of energy and creativity, which menaces their traditions (whatever they may be) and shames them for their inability to keep pace. Seeing America undo traditional societies, they fear us, for they do not wish to be undone. They cannot feel secure so long as we are there, for our very existence—our existence, not our politics—threatens their legitimacy. They must attack us in order to survive, just as we must destroy them to advance our historic mission.”


What is the cult of personality?


The cult of personality is explained pretty well here…

·         http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cult_of_personality


The Straussian philosophy is a cult of personality and the neocons follow the Straussian philosophy

·         http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article13145.htm


If you select 1 percent of a population (Whistle blowers, dissidents, artists, those that look funny, and act or dress funny) and punish them severely for little or nothing, then you will gain the compliance of the other 99 percent either through fear or because they’ve been conned by the COINTELPRO/STASI type propaganda in to believing that the TI’s must be removed from society for the common good. Then you can implement the social, political and financial changes you want on a grand scale in a relatively short period of time. I.E. advance your historic mission. This has been done enumerable times throughout history.


When the average person considers what the Nazis or Stalin did, they are naturally horrified. When a banker considers what the Nazis or Stalin did they have dollar signs in their eyes. MONEY is the real reason this is happening!!! The bankers know that a one world government is not possible. Empire building has been going on for centuries and a global empire has never been realized. But if you understand finance, history, politics and the military industrial complex, then it is clear to see that it is the EXERCISE of building empires and large scale wars that redistributes the wealth of nations into the hands of the banking elite and keeps the masses under control.


Unfortunately most human beings don't understand how their own minds work nor are they well educated in multiple disciplines. Most of the people that perpetrate these crimes against humanity aren't fully aware that there is such a big conspiracy going on. It’s just that most human beings have so many inherent psychological weaknesses and such a deep lack of education that if you alter the socioeconomic landscape in just the right way, you get what you see here in America today.



·         http://brainz.org/ten-most-revealing-psych-experiments/



Here are a few very credible documentaries that will help you to understand what’s really going on and hopefully survive…


·         http://metanoia-films.org/psywar/#watch


·         http://metanoia-films.org/human-resources/#watch










One of the biggest mistakes people make when they become TI’s is to attempt to create a counter spy network against those that are surveilling them. This is something that the neocons and the banking elite are OK with. A global spy counter spy network is much like the cold war and the cold war was extremely profitable for the banking elite not to mention a powerful pretext to control people. The global war on terror needs a global terrorist network and since there really is not one, many targets will be manipulated into acting out in ways that can classify them as terrorists thus creating the impetus for law enforcement agencies to demand more tax payer money to fight the war on terror. Targets are all better off contacting a civil rights group and explaining that they have reason to believe they have been placed on the terrorist watch list.


Do yourself a favor and learn as much about economics and finance as possible. It will help you survive. This is all the info you will need to be an educated investor. It’s not a get rich quick thing, just a solid economics and investing education.


·         http://www.mediafire.com/?f0ep3y537y6hlxy


·         http://www.mediafire.com/?7jyqc3yjoy78uqr


·         http://www.mediafire.com/?hrxa7ca24n7h0uk



Also, listen to as many lectures by Professor Noam Chomsky as possible. They are all over the internet. He is brilliant and has been exposing the machinations of the opulent (Rothschild, Rockefeller etc) for decades. His research is very credible and will help you to separate the facts from the propaganda and give you a measure of mental clarity and peace. Utilizing his research will also help you gain some of your credibility back with others.


Try to explain all of this to your friends and family. Usually when people see the mission statement of the neocons from their websites (PNAC & FPI) they start listening.


According to anti-communist author Ludwik Kowalski

“Mass murder occurs when brutal and sadistic criminals, to be found in every society, are promoted to positions of dominance, when propaganda is used to dehumanize the targeted population and when children are inoculated with intolerance and hatred. It occurs when victims ("inferior races" or "class enemies") are excluded from the norms of morality, when ideological totalitarianism is imposed and when freedom is suspended. Fear and violence, the preconditions of genocide, are likely to be found in societies with large numbers of thieves and informants.”


Here is some info on how to take care of your physical health.

·         http://www.mediafire.com/?obd4zl5rrjbvwr1


Visit this YouTube channel and watch everything on it. You will gain a clear understanding of what’s really going on.

·         http://www.youtube.com/user/phrygian20


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FBI speaks to high-schoolers

2:00 PM, Oct. 27, 2012  |  

An alarming spike in online activity has prompted the local FBI office to send an expert agent to speak at local high schools about the dangers of child pornography.

The agent was recently sent to four schools -- Notre Dame School, Father Duenas Memorial School, Academy of Our Lady Guam and George Washington High School -- to speak to students, said Special Agent Tom Simon, an FBI spokesman.

Simon said the school visits put the students "on notice" that trading child pornography is a serious federal crime. It had come to the FBI's attention that some students were trading sexually explicit images of children with each other online, Simon said.

"Rather than rushing out and arresting Guam high school students, we thought it a more reasonable and humane approach would be to do outreach at the schools and explain the law to them," Simon said. "Teenagers do dumb things. It's part of growing up. That's why we are letting them know the types of online behavior that can destroy their futures, so they don't make any irrevocable mistakes."

Last year, local lawmakers amended the law so teenagers who were caught "sexting" wouldn't be charged with child pornography crimes. The Office of the Attorney General asked for the change out of fear that young people would become sex offenders because of the teenage fad. Regardless, at least one high school student was charged with dissemination of child pornography after he sent a picture of his private parts to a teenage girl, according to Pacific Daily News files.


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Audit finds L.A. County sheriff's officials improperly used aircraft
A helicopter was used for a retirement party and a department plane for a trip to Connecticut. But no evidence is found to support other accusations against the department's air unit.

Though the audit found that the L.A. County Sheriff's Department improperly used department aircraft, it did not find evidence to support claims that calls for emergency service were ignored or that time sheets were manipulated.

December 21, 2012

An audit released Thursday found that Los Angeles County sheriff's managers improperly used department aircraft, including a helicopter ride for a commander's daughter on her way to a retirement party.

In another instance, sheriff's officials used a department airplane to fly to Connecticut, costing the county more than $35,000 for a trip that would have been significantly cheaper and probably faster on a commercial flight.

But the audit also found no evidence to support other accusations directed against the department's air unit.

The county audit was prompted earlier this year by a Times report about allegations that officials were abusing aircraft privileges, purposely delaying emergency calls to make the case for more overtime pay and possibly manipulating time sheets.

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Former FBI Agent in Charge of Environmental Crimes says
Carbon Dioxide releases are not detrimental;
UN-funded ‘science’ a fraud on the American people

September 16, 2014


As a federal agent, I spent a career putting thieves, cheats, and con men in jail. Retired, now I can't keep quiet any more with what I see going on. I have to try and get my countrymen to open their eyes and ears to the cons around them.

In the following weeks I will be writing about what I think are the biggest frauds being perpetrated on the American people.

This week I will focus on the fraud of deceiving the public that increasing carbon dioxide by human sources is causing the planet immeasurable harm.

First, there is currently .045% CO2 in the atmosphere over the earth right now.

That this is the lowest carbon dioxide level since the beginning of time is the best guess of our scientists.

There are 200 active volcanoes in the world. Studies show that a “burp” from one of these volcanoes puts as much CO2 into the atmosphere as the entire population of the United States does in three years of “CO2 polluting.” Science doesn’t know if CO2 causes holes in the atmosphere or if holes in the atmosphere cause CO2 increases.

According to Dr. Art Robinson, who was instrumental in forming the EPA in 1971, and the first EPA director, and who is one of the world’s foremost recognized experts on environmental issues, there is no evidence that CO2 releases by human sources causes global warming.

Further, in 1998, 31,000 scientists signed Dr. Robinson’s petition to Congress urging Congress not to sign any world or international agreements to reduce CO2 or other greenhouse gas emissions because the fact is that there is not one single piece of scientific evidence supporting that release of CO2 or greenhouse gases by human sources causes global warming period!

But, of much more importance, what science does know is: 1.) CO2 is essential for the existence of human life and to decrease CO2 emissions would be detrimental to human health! (Bet you never heard that on NBC, ABC, or CBS and that’s probably because it is a scientific fact.), and 2.) IPCC studies on global warming are not science driven.

Dr. Robinson also believes that “there is no global warming” and he and Dr. Roy Spencer and Dr. Bernd Palmer, other well-known and respected scientists, say that the earth has cooled by .7 degrees Celsius in the past three years. The cooling may be the reason the global warming fanatics have been so quiet lately.

Dr. Robinson, who is responsible for the Big 8 Environmental laws like clean air and clean water, also now believes that the EPA, that he created and directed, should be eliminated! It is causing more damage to the economy of the United States than it is good for the environment! This is a belief shared by scientists, economists, and average citizens. EPA duties should be turned over to the states. It is an agency that is legislating by regulating, at the whim of the President, and is out of control.

By the way, over 9,000 of the 31,000 signers to Dr. Robinson’s petition were PhD experts on environmental issues! Of course, Al Gore knows more than they do! He should, because he invented the internet, according to him.

The UN funded the United National Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), financed all the global warming “studies” that Al Gore and others rely upon for their scientific data. The IPCC however only funds a “study” if the premise of the study group, waiting for the grant, is that “there is global warming.”

Let me say that again, the IPCC only finances a “study” if the study group agrees to assume there is global warming, as their confidential premise, before they begin their “study”! There has not been one study funded by the IPCC that has studied “if there is” global warming! Nor has the IPCC studied what effect human CO2 emissions may have on earth’s temperatures or what effect sun spots have on earth’s temperature!

These are the scientific studies Al Gore and the Gorites rely on, solely!

What they are is as phony as Gore and the environmentalists that support him!

But the worst part is what these “environmentalists” have done to the manufacturing base of this nation in the name of “carbon reduction.” Any idiot will tell you it has moved our manufacturing base to China along with, now get this, our food processing operations. China, of all places, has the worst environment concerns of all the manufacturing nations on earth, and they are now making your Krakus ham! [Editor’s Note: Research if you disagree]

The top scientists in the world believe that without CO2 we could not survive and there should not be any efforts to reduce CO2 emissions by manmade sources or anything else until we can find out what is the real scientific truth.

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The BBC Is a CIA Asset

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The BBC Is a CIA Asset

Nothing else can be said for what was once a media organization.






David Griffin’s new book on 9/11 can be ordered from publisher

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David Ray Griffin & Elizabeth Woodworth’s new book about 9/11, 9/11 Unmasked: An International Review Panel Investigation can be purchased direct from the publisher: http://www.interlinkbooks.com/product_info.php?products_id=3497&osCsid=265e4d072bb4077077b6e9565a6ccdb2








FBI Evidence Proves Innocence of Accused Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

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Law enforcement agencies in California will soon be legally obliged to post their guidelines online

by Jessie Gomez

October 05, 2018

California Governor Jerry Brown signed a handful of bills this week including new legislation that increases transparency within local jurisdictions in California. In addition to the two new laws we wrote about earlier this week SB-978 was signed, which requires law enforcement agencies to publish their “training, policies, practices, and operating procedures.”

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Historian Seeks Sealed Grand Jury Transcripts In Notorious Lynching of Two Black Couples by White Mob

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October 7, 2018









Southern Poverty Law Center's Hate, Inc. loses the Pentagon but gains Silicon Valley





I-TEAM: 165 inmates sleeping on county jail floor, union says








FBI agent from Piscataway pleads guilty to photographing woman in Edison dressing room

Suzanne Russell, Bridgewater Courier NewsPublished 5:06 p.m. ET Oct. 4, 2018






Cops described former Bordentown police chief Nucera as 'closet racist' who 'held all the cards'





Lawsuit: Shelbyville police illegally recorded attorney-client talks

The suit claims police framed a teen for assault, fabricating evidence, illegally recording him and lying under oath. 


Friday, October 5th 2018, 11:30 AM EDT

Updated: Friday, October 5th 2018, 1:27 PM EDT






Interpol president reportedly missing in China; French police investigating


LONDON — Oct 5, 2018, 10:27 AM ET



Rhode Island gubernatorial, attorney general candidates arrested with 48 pounds of marijuana: police





Post Nation


Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke convicted of second-degree murder for killing Laquan McDonald



Hooker: Cop I robbed was just 'a trick'




OCT 05, 2018 | 






100 senators and just one copy of FBI report







POLITICS 10/05/2018 05:13 pm ET

One Of You Should Just Leak Me The FBI Report

It’s the very least you could do.






IU professor who lived in same dorm as Kavanaugh says FBI never called back








Retired FBI agent to share experiences at library

OCTOBER 5, 2018





FBI records records shed light on the agency's impersonation of journalists and documentary filmmakers

Jennifer Nelson |  October 5, 2018

Documents obtained through FOIA lawsuit by the Reporters Committee reveal policies for undercover impersonation of members of the media 


Newly public Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) documents outline for the first time the specifics of the agency's guidelines for impersonating members of the news media in undercover activities and operations. The records detail, among other things, that such activities require high-level approval from within the FBI and Justice Department. The FBI released the guidelines after the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit when the agency failed to respond to a request for records about its impersonation of documentary filmmakers, specifically. Additionally, records recently released in connection with a separate FOIA lawsuit filed by the Reporters Committee show that the FBI has engaged in the impersonation of documentary filmmakers on a number of occasions, though questions remain as to just how frequently the FBI relies on this tactic.


The FBI has engaged in the undercover impersonation of members of the news media for decades, but controversy surrounding the practice was amplified in 2015 afte


Friend of Christine Ford Pressured by Former FBI Agent to Revise Statement: Report


October 5, 2018 Updated: October 5, 2018





Longtime friend of Christine Ford, Leland Keyser, said she was pressured by another friend of Ford’s, M





Feds seek 4-year-plus sentence for Black FBI agent in leak case


By JOSH GERSTEIN 10/05/2018 12:20 AM EDT

Federal prosecutors are seeking a sentence of more than four years in prison for a former FBI agent who admitted disclosing classified terrorist-profiling guidelines to the media, but the agent's defense lawyers argue





Georgia’s privatized probation and parole system isn’t working


Oregon jail workers laugh as they record military veteran suffering from overdose in cell





OCT 05, 2018 |



On-duty Baltimore police officer found drunk, slumped in car




OCT 04, 2018 | 11:50 PM 







The Indian state where police kill with impunity







Sergeant charged in inmate's death fired from police department

Updated Oct 4, 6:26 PM; Posted Oct 4, 6:25 PM


Ronald Buckley





Pulled over while connected: Siri can quietly video record the police

Dalvin Brown, USA TODAYPublished 11:07 a.m. ET Oct. 4, 2018 | Updated 5:10 p.m. ET Oct. 4, 2018




FAA looks into chaos caused by low-flying police helicopter at Penn State tailgate





Inmate rape lawsuit casts shadow over sheriff’s race




Mass. Environmental Police head suspended without pay

Col. James McGinn, who previously served as Governor Charlie Baker’s personal driver, was suspended “pending the completion of an internal review of operational issues.” 





Black Standing Rock activist faces prison after officer shot him in the face

Marcus Mitchell, who was severely injured when a bean bag pellet entered his eye socket, was charged with trespassing after protest

  • Warning: this article contains graphic images






San Francisco police targeted only black residents in drug arrests, lawsuit claims

ACLU says the arrests of 37 people for selling small amounts of drugs part of a pattern of racial profiling in the department

Sam Levin in San Francisco

 @SamTLevin  Email

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