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Texas cop charged with official oppression
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A Sugar Land, Texas, police officer was charged with making unwanted criminal sexual advanced on a woman who he was supposed to be assisting.

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New Mexico cop arrested for attempted child sex
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A former Santa Fe, New Mexico, police officer was arrested on Saturday for trying to lure a child he met on the internet into a sexual encounter.

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New Brunswick sex assault cop may keep job
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A New Brunswick Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer was sentenced to two months of house arrest for a sexual assault.


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Texas cop caught with child pornography
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A Vidor, Texas, police officer was indicted on a child pornography charge last week.

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Michigan cop gets house arrest for videotaping child sex
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A reserve sheriff's deputy in Genesee County, Michigan, was sentenced to 60 days of house arrest last week for videotaping a friend's wife have sex with a 13 year old.

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Nevada cop facing child sex charges
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A Reno, Nevada, police officer was arrested last week for having sex with a 17 year old in his police cruiser.

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New York cop indicted on rape, sex misconduct charges
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A police officer in Saugerties, New York, was indicted this week n rape and misconduct charges.

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New York cop arrested for sex abuse of half-sister
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A New York City police officer was arrested on Monday for the sexual abuse of his half-sister.

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California cop arrested for sex with teen
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 19:28

A police officer in San Diego, California, was arrested on Tuesday for having a sexual relationship with a teenager.

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Florida cop loses job, sex charges dropped
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 18:54

A police officer in Fernandina Beach, Florida, had child sex charges against him dropped last Wednesday in exchange for the surrender of his law enforcement certification.

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Arizona cop arrested for child molestation
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A police officer on the Tohono O'odham Indian reservation in Arizona was arrested on Saturday for the sexual abuse of an 11 year old girl.

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New Jersey cop arrested for sharing sex photo
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 05:57

A New Jersey State Police trooper was arrested last Friday for photographing a woman while they were having sex and then sending the picture to one of his friends.

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Arkansas cop arrested for sexual assault of teen
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A police officer in Central City, Arkansas, was arrested last Thursday for the sexual assault of a 14 year old girl.

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Ontario cop will stand trial for armed sex assault
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 03:11

A Toronto police officer will stand trial after a decision to throw out the case against him was overturned last week.

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Oklahoma cop arrested for child molestation
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 05:02

A police officer in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma, was arrested last Thursday and charged with child molestation.

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Florida cop arrested for possession of child porn
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 03:47

A sheriff's deputy in Lee County, Florida, was arrested last Thursday for possession of child pornography.

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California cop accused of harassing woman
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 03:13

A San Francisco police officer was charged last Wednesday with violating department policy by harassing a woman while he was on the job.

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2 Arizona cops suspended for sexual harassment on the job
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 02:56

Two San Luis, Arizona, police officers were suspended last week over an incident of on the job sexual harassment.

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DC cop guilty in rape of sex worker
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A transit police officer in Washington DC was found guilty last Tuesday of raping a sex trade worker while in uniform.

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Texas cop charged with child sex abuse not arrested, remains on duty
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A Dallas, Texas, police officer has been charged with the sexual abuse of children but has not yet been arrested.

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Alabama sex offender cop sentenced to 3 years probation
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A registered sex offender who was hired as a police officer in Blountsville, Alabama, pleaded guilty on Monday to a charge of violating the state's community notification act.

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South Carolina school cop charged with sex misconduct
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A sheriff's deputy in Hampton County, South Carolina, was charged on Tuesday with sexual misconduct involving a female student at a school where he worked as a school resource officer.

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South Carolina cop arrested for exposing himself to neighbour
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 22:15

A Charleston County, South Carolina, sheriff's deputy was arrested on Monday for repeatedly exposing himself to a neighbour.

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New York cop arrested for exposing himself to 13 year old girls
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 02:05

A New York City police officer was arrested last Friday after he was accused of exposing himself to a group of teenage girls.

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Maryland cop arrested for 2nd rape
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A Baltimore, Maryland, police officer who was already charged with rape was arrested for a second rape last Friday.

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Florida cop arrested for shooting man who failed to complete sex act
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A Palm Beach County, Florida, sheriff's deputy was arrested Friday after he was involved in a drunken shooting over payment for a sex act.

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Texas cop arrested for indecency with child
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 04:36

A sheriff's deputy in Liberty County, Texas, was arrested last Thursday for sexual misconduct with a child.

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Michigan cop facing new sex misconduct charges
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A Jackson County, Michigan, sheriff's deputy who was arrested for the sexual abuse of a prisoner in February is now charged for his alleged sexual misconduct with a second woman.

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California deputy arrested for second time in two weeks
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A Riverside County, California, sheriff's deputy - whose arrest on sexual assault charges we told you about last week - was arrested again last Wednesday.

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North Carolina deputy facing child sex charges
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A former sheriff's deputy in Wake County, North Carolina, was charged this week with sexually assaulting a 14 year old boy.

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Florida cop charged with groping 16 year old
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 23:53

A Daytona Beach, Florida, police officer was accused of groping a 16 year old girl last week.

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Kansas cop arrested for sex with inmate
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 23:19

A Beloit, Kansas, police officer was arrested last Wednesday for having sex with an inmate.

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Ontario cop arrested on sex charges
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Police in Woodstock, Ontario, announced last Thursday that one of their officers was arrested on sex charges - four months ago.

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Texas cop arrested for attempted child sex
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 04:43

A Fort Bliss, Texas, police officer was arrested last Tuesday when he went to a fast food restaurant to meet with a teenage girl for a sexual encounter.

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Virginia cop arrested for child sex, abduction
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 04:18

Another Caroline County, Virginia, sheriff's deputy was arrested last Wednesday for inappropriate sexual activity with a minor.

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California cop arrested for on-duty rape
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A Riverside County, California, sheriff's deputy was arrested last Wednesday for on-duty sexual misconduct in November of 2004.

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Utah cop arrested for sex assault
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A sheriff's deputy in Davis County, Utah, was arrested on Monday for a number of sexual abuse offences.

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Ohio cop sentenced to $250 fine for sexual abuse
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A police officer in Jackson, Ohio, was sentenced to pay a 250 dollar fine and undergo counselling on Monday for the repeated sexual abuse of a teenager.

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Virginia cop arrested for child molestation
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A sheriff's deputy in Caroline County, Virginia, was arrested last Thursday for child molestation.

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Louisiana cop arrested for sex with inmate
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A Bienville Parish, Louisiana, sheriff's deputy was arrested last Wednesday for having sex with an inmate.

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Pennsylvania cop accused of sending neighbour nude photos
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A sheriff's deputy in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, was charged last week with sending his neighbour pictures of his penis and appearing naked in her back yard.

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New sex abuse charges against California cop
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A police officer in El Cajon, California, is facing new charges in a case where he is accused of forcing women to have sex with him in exchange for their freedom.

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Virginia cop facing sex abuse charges
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A Coeburn, Virginia, police officer was indicted by a grand jury on a variety of sexual misconduct charges on Tuesday.

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Texas cop arrested for child porn
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 02:08

A Waco, Texas, police officer was arrested on Monday for possession of child pornography.

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Pennsylvania cop arrested on child sex charges
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A Plainfield, Pennsylvania, police officer was arrested on Tuesday after he was accused of sexually assaulting a 15 year old.

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New Jersey cop arrested for attempted child sex assault
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A police officer in Clifton, New Jersey, was arrested last Thursday for trying to have sex with a person he believed was a 12 year-old.

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Virginia cop arrested for sexual abuse of child
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A Henrico County, Virginia, police officer was arrested last Tuesday for sexual misconduct involving a child.

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Pennsylvania cop resigns amid child sex investigation
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A police officer in South Londonderry, Pennsylvania, who was charged with sexual assault last month resigned from his job on Tuesday.

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California cop pleads guilty to child porn possession
Sexual Abuse — Posted by nodonut @ 17:28

A Contra Costa County, California, pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography earlier this month.

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Colorado cop arrested for watching woman undress in store
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A Colorado State Patrol trooper was arrested last Friday for watching a woman undress in a department store change room.

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Alabama cop charged with child sex abuse, sodomy
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A Montgomery, Alabama, police officer was arrested on Monday for the sexual abuse of children.

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California cop arrested for lewd act with child
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A Stanislaus County, California, sheriff's deputy was arrested on Monday for committing a lewd act against a child.

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Iowa cop gets probation for child sex abuse
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A former Iowa State Patrol trooper was sentenced to two years of probation last Wednesday for the sexual abuse of a child.

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Florida cop arrested for sex with 17 year-old
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A Daytona Beach, Florida, police officer was arrested last Thursday and charged with unlawful sexual activity with a 17 year-old.

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Pennsylvania cop accused of sexual assault again
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A police officer in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was accused last week of sexually assaulting his ex-girlfriend.

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Toronto cop accused of exposing himself to kids in toy store
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A Toronto police officer was arrested last Monday at a toy store after he was accused of exposing himself to children.

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Colorado cop arrested for sexual contact with child
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A police officer in Alamosa, Colorado, was arrested last Wednesday after being accused of having inappropriate sexual activity with a 15 year old.

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Oregon chief accused of sexual misconduct
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The chief of police in Portland, Oregon, was accused of many incidents of sexual misconduct last week.

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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.

Prosecutor John A. Danaher III moved to dismiss the indictment on Dec. 19, and Judge Mark R. Kravitz granted the motion three days later, federal court records show.

On Dec. 26, the prosecutor moved to dismiss a revised indictment that had been returned by a federal grand jury in late March. There was no indication in court records that Kravitz has issued a ruling on that indictment.

Both indictments alleged crimes against the same person, who has never been publicly identified. The newer indictment added allegations that an August 1995 trip also included a stop in New Hampshire for illegal sexual activity.

Both of Danaher's motions cited "the sudden and unexpected death" of the accuser.

Hutton's lawyer, Hugh F. Keefe of New Haven, stressed Hutton had pleaded not guilty.

"Mr. Hutton was very upset by the news of the passing of the gentleman," Keefe said.

Hutton had been released on a $200,000 bond. He may not own any firearms or have any unsupervised contact with children. He was also ordered to stay away from playgrounds, schools, arcades or anywhere children congregate.

The case had been scheduled to go to trial this month in U.S. District Court in New Haven.


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Former Scout leader-FBI agent indicted on child sex charges



February 3, 2006, 5:59 PM EST

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ A retired FBI agent was indicted Friday on federal child sex charges dating back more than a decade when he was a Boy Scout leader.

William Hutton, 63, of Killingworth, was arrested Friday. The federal grand jury indictment offers few details about the case but accuses Hutton of enticing a member of his Scout troop to Maine for the purpose of sexual activity in 1994 and 1995.

"It's obviously devastating. He was an FBI agent in this district and was reputed in this district," defense attorney Hugh Keefe said. "The people who worked with him in the U.S. attorney's office and FBI respected him."

Keefe said the investigation has been going on for years. He would not discuss the details of the case or how the allegations surfaced.

Investigators asked anyone who knows anything about the case to call the FBI. U.S. Attorney Kevin O'Connor said that's standard practice whenever there might be more victims.

"In any case that's a concern," O'Connor said. "Whether that's the situation here I can't say."

If convicted on all four charges, Hutton faces up to 30 years in prison and up to $250,000 in fines.

Hutton was released on a $200,00 bond. He may not own any firearms or have any unsupervised contact with children. He was also ordered to stay away from playgrounds, schools, arcades or anywhere children congregate.
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Former G-man to be sued in '92 mob hit
By JOSE MARTINEZ
in Sarasota, Fla.
and WILLIAM SHERMAN
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DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITERS
Friday, January 6th, 2006


A former FBI agent helped set up the 1992 shotgun murder of a Brooklyn mobster, a federal civil suit to be filed today by the gangster's widow charges, the Daily News has learned.


The agent, Lindley DeVecchio, pulled a surveillance team shortly before the rubout of Nicholas Grancio as a favor to Mafia capo Gregory Scarpa Sr. - DeVecchio's secret informant, the suit contends.
Lindley DeVecchio
Lindley DeVecchio

News of the lawsuit came as The News reported that a Brooklyn grand jury is probing DeVecchio in the mob slaying and other alleged criminal dealings with Scarpa, an infamous Colombo crime family figure who died behind bars in 1994.

DeVecchio, found yesterday at his Florida home in an exclusive gated community, said, "I have nothing to say, I retired 10 years ago and everything that needed to be said is already on the record."

"Anything you want to get, get from my lawyer. There's a lot I would love to say, but I just won't," said the former agent, appearing flustered in a T-shirt and jeans in his doorway.

The slaying of Grancio - a rival of Scarpa - took place at the height of a mob war between factions of the Colombo crime family.

At Scarpa's request, DeVecchio called off surveillance by two NYPD detectives on Jan. 7, 1992, so Scarpa, with two associates, could move in for the drive-by shooting, the suit contends.

The lawsuit will be filed in Brooklyn Federal Court by attorney David Schoen on behalf of widow Maria Grancio. Schoen also filed notice that the FBI and the Justice Department will be also be sued.

Meanwhile, a grand jury convened by Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes is investigating Grancio's killing and DeVecchio's long, complicated relationship with Scarpa.

One of two NYPD detectives involved in the surveillance, Joseph Simone, now retired, was extensively debriefed yesterday by a prosecutor and investigators from the DA's office, sources said.

Simone has previously testified that he got called off the surveillance duty, calling it "very unusual." He and other law enforcement agents also reported his suspicions that DeVecchio was working for Scarpa.

Simone testified that he got the "call off" from DeVecchio's subordinate at the time, FBI agent Christopher Favo, who was acting on DeVecchio's orders.

Favo was also named as a defendant in the suit, which sites a "corrupt relationship between an informant [Scarpa] and his FBI handler [DeVecchio] as part of a campaign of corruption and concealment."

Favo did not return a telephone call seeking comment.

DeVecchio's attorney, Douglas Grover, has dismissed the DA's investigation as "nonsense," noting DeVecchio has not been prosecuted despite a previous two-year FBI probe into the agent's dealings with Scarpa.

But the DA's office has developed new information on the matter and decided to begin the grand jury probe, sources said.

"Since the murder, DeVecchio, Favo and others lied about the matter and have misled on this subject and other incidents of gross misconduct repeatedly," the Grancio suit says.

"They have taken other steps to conceal the true factors of the Grancio murder and that campaign of lying and coverup continues today."
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Teen Spreads Message Years After Being Chained Inside Man's Home

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Alicia Kozakiewicz, 19, who was 13 when she was taken away and tortured by a man she met on the Internet, is now spending her free time teaching about the dangers of online predators to young people.Scott Tyree pleaded guilty to abducting Kozakiewicz on New Years Day 2002 and holding her captive in his Virginia townhouse, sexually assaulting her for four days.Federal agents found her chained to his bed.
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Kozakiewicz, a freshman in college, took time to stop by WTAE Channel 4 Action News' studio to talk about her story."He's there every night I close my eyes, and I'm always terrified that when I wake up, that everything that just happened was a dream," said Kozakiewicz."When I'm up there, I'm that 13-year-old girl, and I'm kind of taking back what happened by helping others," said Kozakiewicz. "I'm healing that 13-year-old girl.""With the really young kids, they said, 'Did he make you clean? Did he make you do work?' and it was really hard for me to answer," said Kozakiewicz.To this day, Kozakiewicz said she won't speak Tyree's name."I was murdered, I really was," said Kozakiewicz. "And when I get up there in front of those kids, it's like I'm 13 again, and I can have that piece of me back."Moving forward yet still recovering, her message these days is one of warning."It's scares me when I go and look at somebody's MySpace or something and I see how much information is on there," said Kozakiewicz. "It can happen to anybody, and it can happen to your child. It doesn't matter if your child's good, bad. Doesn't matter if they're shy or popular; it really doesn't matter."Kozakiewicz's story will soon be featured in a People magazine article, and the FBI has tapped her to take part in a video about Internet safety.Kozakiewicz said her goal after graduation is to work for an FBI crimes against children task force.
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Man caught in women's bathroom is an FBI employee

May 25, 2007 09:09 PM


This story contains details that some readers may find objectionable.

And FBI employee is on the other side of the law, facing charges of inappropriate conduct in a woman's bathroom on the University of Arizona Campus.

According to a University Police report, a woman was cleaning the bathroom on May 3, when she saw a stall door open. Inside stood a man with his pants down, masturbating.

"That's actually shocking," says student Meghan Carey. "It makes me question who's walking around U of A."

"I think that masturbation can be a very natural form of sexual expression," says student Stephanie Castle, "but there needs to be a time and a place for that."

The police report states, the witness went to get help. When she returned with an officer she spotted the man, later identified as Ryan Seese, outside the same bathroom.

Seese took off down a hallway and ran out the door. Police chased him into a parking garage where he was arrested.

Seese now faces charges of public sexual indecency, sexual indecency and trespassing.

He also told police he's an FBI agent.

The Bureau verifies his employment but will not reveal his position or status.

Meanwhile, students say this incident is a good reminder not to let their guard down, even in a comfortable place like the student union.

"I'll definitely watch out a little more," says Carey. "I have to be more aware."

Some students say they would like to see UAPD set up more patrols around campus to make them feel safer.

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2002 charter continues to protect God’s children
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by: By C.T. Maier and Robert P. Lockwood

Five years ago, the U.S. Catholic bishops responded to the clergy sexual abuse crisis by approving the “Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People” and a broad-based effort to address the problem of child sexual abuse in the church and society as a whole.

At the heart of the charter is the bishops’ promise to “work to our utmost for the protection of children and youth.” The charter backs up their pledge with 17 guidelines that promote healing and reconciliation, guarantee an effective response to abuse cases, ensure accountability and protect the faithful by screening those who work with children and youth.

Yet, many Catholics are unaware of what the church has been doing. A recent survey by the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University found that as many as 80 percent of American Catholics didn’t know that the church had done anything at all.

Last week in the Pittsburgh Catholic, it was reported how the charter promotes healing and an effective response to cases of abuse. This week, the focus is on how the charter ensures accountability and continues to protect the faithful.

Ensuring accountability

To ensure the accountability to the 17 articles of the charter and the accompanying “Essential Norms,” the bishops established on the national level the Office for Child and Youth Protection.

The National Review Board, a committee of eminent Catholic laypeople, oversees the Office for Child and Youth Protection.

The Office for Child and Youth Protection is charged with assisting dioceses in implementing “safe environment” programs, as well as conducting an annual audit of dioceses to monitor implementation of the charter. The audits are conducted by the Gavin Group, an independent consultancy operated by a former FBI agent.

The Diocese of Pittsburgh has been audited three times since the charter was established in 2002. With each audit, the standards have been raised, and the diocese’s safe environment policy has kept pace, not only meeting but exceeding the charter’s requirements. This year, the diocese is set to be audited a fourth time from Aug. 27-31.

“Diocesan leadership, public outreach, administrative and personnel policies, procedures and implementation are of such high standards as to warrant commendation and reference as ‘best practices,’” the audit team wrote in a special commendation after the first audit in 2003.

In addition to overseeing the national effort, the National Review Board has also been involved in studying the overall problem of child abuse in our culture. At the review board’s request, the John Jay College of Criminal Justice published a study of the problem in January 2004. A second study, a comprehensive review of the causes and context of the scandal, is expected to take several more years to complete.

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Finally, after providing for the effective response to abuse and the needs of victims, the charter lists a series of action items for dioceses to protect the faithful in the future.

The guidelines call for the establishment of “safe environment” programs and training for both youth and adults; screening the background of candidates for ordination and diocesan and parish personnel who have contact with minors; the notification of bishops and religious superiors about clerics who may be dangers to children or young people; and the coordination with religious communities to respond to allegations of religious clerics.

To keep up with these demands, the Diocese of Pittsburgh established its own Office for the Protection of Children and Young People this spring. The new office, directed by Ron Ragan, former director of the Gilmary Diocesan Center in Moon Township, is busy preparing parishes and schools for the new diocesan safe environment database, which went online this spring.

The database, which responds to the ever-increasing demands of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ audits, allows the diocese to track compliance with the charter’s requirements for background checks — including an FBI fingerprint background check — for all clergy, employees or volunteers who have contact with young people, as well as the completion of training in the diocese’s Code of Pastoral Conduct and “Protecting God’s Children” program, which instructs church personnel on the issues surrounding child sexual abuse and on ways to ensure a safe environment for children.

Ragan, who has a long background working with youth, sees his role as part of a continual process of vigilance. “Protecting children isn’t a one-time event,” he said. “We’re always looking for better ways to ensure their safety. There are always ways to make our parishes and schools safer. We must always remind adults in the church who are responsible for the care of children and young people that it’s not about us. Rather, it’s about doing whatever is necessary to ensure that those entrusted to our care are protected.”

Still a priority

Five years after the adoption of the “Charter for Protection of Children and Young People,” the welfare of young people and all the faithful continues to be the primary concern of our diocesan church. The diocese is implementing a series of steps in order to have in place a consistent and coherent prevention program that provides a safe environment for children throughout our parishes, schools and church-related activities.

“Safeguarding our children and young people is one of the most important things that we do as a church,” said Bishop Paul Bradley, diocesan administrator. “The Diocese of Pittsburgh, like Catholic dioceses across the country, has taken extraordinary steps to make Catholic parishes and schools places where children are as safe as possible. And we intend to continue doing everything we possibly can to maintain that safety and protection.”

But all these efforts are only part of the story. Well before the charter, the diocese has been committed to responding promptly to allegations of abuse, cooperating fully with civil authorities, reaching out to victims and families for healing and reconciliation, educating clergy, being open to the public and ensuring the accountability of procedures dealing with abuse.

Though media coverage ignores its efforts, the Catholic Church in the United States today is actually on the forefront of addressing the sexual abuse of minors. It’s a story that needs to be told.

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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.

Prosecutor John A. Danaher III moved to dismiss the indictment on Dec. 19, and Judge Mark R. Kravitz granted the motion three days later, federal court records show.

On Dec. 26, the prosecutor moved to dismiss a revised indictment that had been returned by a federal grand jury in late March. There was no indication in court records that Kravitz has issued a ruling on that indictment.

Both indictments alleged crimes against the same person, who has never been publicly identified. The newer indictment added allegations that an August 1995 trip also included a stop in New Hampshire for illegal sexual activity.

Both of Danaher's motions cited "the sudden and unexpected death" of the accuser.

Hutton's lawyer, Hugh F. Keefe of New Haven, stressed Hutton had pleaded not guilty.

"Mr. Hutton was very upset by the news of the passing of the gentleman," Keefe said.

Hutton had been released on a $200,000 bond. He may not own any firearms or have any unsupervised contact with children. He was also ordered to stay away from playgrounds, schools, arcades or anywhere children congregate.

The case had been scheduled to go to trial this month in U.S. District Court in New Haven.


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February 3, 2006, 5:59 PM EST

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ A retired FBI agent was indicted Friday on federal child sex charges dating back more than a decade when he was a Boy Scout leader.

William Hutton, 63, of Killingworth, was arrested Friday. The federal grand jury indictment offers few details about the case but accuses Hutton of enticing a member of his Scout troop to Maine for the purpose of sexual activity in 1994 and 1995.

"It's obviously devastating. He was an FBI agent in this district and was reputed in this district," defense attorney Hugh Keefe said. "The people who worked with him in the U.S. attorney's office and FBI respected him."

Keefe said the investigation has been going on for years. He would not discuss the details of the case or how the allegations surfaced.

Investigators asked anyone who knows anything about the case to call the FBI. U.S. Attorney Kevin O'Connor said that's standard practice whenever there might be more victims.

"In any case that's a concern," O'Connor said. "Whether that's the situation here I can't say."

If convicted on all four charges, Hutton faces up to 30 years in prison and up to $250,000 in fines.

Hutton was released on a $200,00 bond. He may not own any firearms or have any unsupervised contact with children. He was also ordered to stay away from playgrounds, schools, arcades or anywhere children congregate.



FBI agent in charge of FBI Child Abuse program sued by his daughters for incest

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.

He admitted that he thought of himself as a "domineering s.o.b. who demanded strict responses from my children, strict obedience." But it never approached child abuse, Rodgers said. "Did I make mistakes? Damn right I did, just like any other father or mother..."

Thomas Gresham, Rodger’s former attorney, withdrew from the case recently after being unable to locate his client. Rodgers recently contacted one of his sons from a Texas town along the Mexican border. Gresham said his last contact with Rodgers was on April 24.

The sisters reacted quietly to the verdict, and with relief that their stories of abuse had finally been told.

"I feel really good that I’ve gone public with this,"Hammond said. "I am a victim, the shame isn’t mine, the horror happened to me. I’m not bad.
"My father did shameful and horrible things to me and my brothers and sisters. I don’t believe he is a shameful and horrible man, but he has to be held accountable," Hammond added.

The lawsuit deeply divided the Rodgers family, with Rodgers’ three sons questioning their sister’s motives.

Immediately after the verdict, son Steve Rodgers, 37, reacted angrily, yelling at his sisters in the courtroom.

Later, Rodgers said he loves his father and stands by him. He said his sisters had told him their father had to be exposed the way Nazi war criminals have been exposed.

"In a way I’m angry with my father for not being here. But I’m sympathetic because he would have walked into a gross crucifixion," Rodgers said.

Steve Rodgers never denied that he and his siblings were physically abused, but disputed that his father molested his sisters.
Before the jury’s award, Denver District Judge William Meyer found that Rodger’s conduct toward Simone and Hammond was negligent and "outrageous."

Despite the length of time since the abuse, the jury determined the sisters could legally bring the suit. The statute of limitations for a civil suit is two years, but jurors determined that the sisters became aware of he nature and extent of their injury only within the last two years, during therapy.

The jury then determined the damages, finding $1,240,000 for Simone and 1,079,000 for Hammond.

The sisters had alleged in their suit filed last July that Rodgers subjected his seven children to a "pattern of emotional, physical, sexual and incestual abuse."

As a result of the abuse, the women claimed their emotional lives had been left in a shambles, requiring extensive therapy for both and repeated hospitalizations of Hammond, who was acutely suicidal. Simone developed obsessive behavior and became so unable to function she resigned a position with a Boston-based college.

Despite the judgment yesterday, Rodgers cannot be criminally charged. the statue of limitations in Colorado for sexual assault on children is 10 years.
Rodgers, who worked for the FBI for 27 years, much of it in Denver, became chief investigator for the district attorney’s office in Colorado Sp;rings. during his employment at the DA’s office from 1967 until 1983, he became a well-known figure in Colorado Springs, and lectured and wrote about child abuse both locally and nationwide.

He wrote a manual called " A Compendium -- Child Abuse by the National College of District Attorney’s," and helped put together manuals on child abuse for the New York state police and a national child abuse center.




FBI agent in charge of investigating other FBI agents for crimes sentenced to 12 years in prison for pedophilia







Ex-FBI official pleads guilty to child molestation
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 a two-decade career.

John H. Conditt Jr., 53, who retired in 2001, was sentenced last Friday 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 his law enforcement career, his lawyer said.

Conditt sought treatment for sex offenders after his arrest last year, said his attorney, Toby Goldsmith.

"The problem these people have is they don't really feel like it is their fault," Goldsmith said. "The treatment doesn't work unless you admit you are the one who instigated it, and he did that."

Conditt headed the internal affairs unit that investigates agent wrongdoing for the Office of Professional Responsibility at FBI headquarters in Washington from 1999 until his retirement in June 2001, the FBI said. He wrote articles in law enforcement journals on how police agencies could effectively investigate their own conduct.

FBI officials said Tuesday they had no information to suggest that Conditt had any problems during his career and he was never the subject of an investigation.

Tarrant County Assistant District Attorney Mitch Poe, who prosecuted the case, said he wanted a longer prison sentence and was skeptical of Conditt's claim that his molestation of children subsided during his FBI career.

"Both myself and the judge in open court, we were kind of skeptical but we don't have any evidence," Poe said.

A recently retired FBI whistleblower who brought allegations to Conditt's office that agents had not aggressively pursued evidence of sexual abuse in Indian country said Tuesday she now questions whether his personal history affected that decision.

"Before, it never made any sense," retired agent Jane Turner said of the FBI's decision to decline to further investigate her allegations. "Now I can understand. Why in the world wouldn't you want to investigate that?"

Goldsmith said he was concerned about the safety of his client in prison given that he is a former FBI agent and an admitted child molester. "He's not going to be comfortable in the penitentiary," the lawyer said.

Goldsmith said his client had admitted that he had molested at least two other girls before he became an FBI agent more than 30 years ago, but that there was no evidence of any wrongdoing while he served in the bureau.

"It seems that he never did because he had stricter control at that time," the lawyer said.

Conditt could have faced life in prison, and prosecutors requested he get 50 years. The judge sentenced him to 12 years in prison, in part citing Conditt's decision to spare the victim the trauma of a trial, Goldsmith said.

Conditt's conviction is the latest controversy to strike the FBI's Office of Professional Responsibility.

Last year, FBI Director Robert Mueller transferred the head of the office to another supervisory assignment outside Washington, three months after rebuking him for his conduct toward a whistleblower.

That whistleblower, John Roberts, alleged the FBI disciplinary office had a double standard that let supervisors off easier than line agents.

Those allegations prompted investigations by Congress and the Justice Department inspector general. The latter concluded there was no systematic favoritism of senior managers over rank-and-file employees but there was a double standard in some cases involving crude sexual jokes and remarks.


Monday August 8, 2005 Longtime FBI agent sentenced to prison on child porn count

By JOHN MILLER

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.

He was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court to a year in prison on one count of possession of sexually exploitative materials involving minors. He had pleaded guilty in March.

Buie told agents with the Utah Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force that he learned to access child pornography Web sites while attending a seminar on preventing child exploitation as part of his law enforcement training in 2000 or 2001.

He acknowledged using his bank debit card to gain access to child erotica and child pornography Web sites, including using the card to buy a month of access to a child pornography Internet site entitled ''Eternal Nymphets.''

Buie, a former FBI sniper who worked for about 30 years for the agency in Seattle, Butte, Mont., and Salt Lake City, participated in the arrest of Dallas in 1982 in Paradise Valley, Nev., after the self-proclaimed mountain man had spent a year on the run after killing two Idaho Fish and Game agents. Dallas served 22 years in prison for manslaughter.

Buie also took part in the 1984 siege on Whidbey Island, Wash. in which Robert Mathews, leader of the violent racist cell called ``The Order,'' was killed following an 18-month wave of armed robberies and assassinations.

U.S. District Judge Edward Lodge gave Buie a reduced sentence of just a year behind bars, down from the standard sentencing range of 27 months to 33 months. That's after his lawyer, Mark Manweiler, argued that Buie's efforts to find sex-addiction treatment and his exemplary work record � as well as concern that as a longtime FBI agent he would be in danger behind bars � entitled him to a sentencing break.

"He would be unusually susceptible to abuse in a federal correctional institution,'' Manweiler wrote in his motion.

In a statement, the Justice Department said that as many as 150 sexually explicit images depicting children were found on Buie's home computers. It said no images were found on Buie's work computer.

After leaving the FBI, he worked as a criminal investigator for the Idaho attorney general's office for about six years, according to court documents.

According to terms of his sentencing, Buie must turn himself in on July 20 to begin serving his federal prison term.

Phone messages left by the Associated Press late Monday at Buie's Boise residence and on his cell phone weren't immediately returned.


SPOTSYLVANIA, Va. A former 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.

Under a plea agreement, he was sentenced to seven years in prison with another 15 years suspended. He also was ordered to pay ten-thousand dollars in restitution to cover the cost of the girl's mental-health counseling.

Authorities say Lesko engaged in a sex act with her nine times, beginning when she was nine years old.

Lesko's attorney says he worked as an intelligence analyst at the F-B-I for 17 years before moving to Jacksonville, Florida.

According to the plea, Lesko said he was a victim in the case. He said the girl initiated the contact.

 
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(Basseterre) At its recently convened conference at the St. Kitts Royal Marriott Hotel, FBI and other law enforcement officials from throughout the hemisphere discussed best practices techniques and lessons learned regarding youth crime and gang violence. In attendance were members of the FBI National Academy Associates, a law enforcement organization with 15,000 members worldwide.
 

Ms. Diedre Butler, Unit Chief of the FBI’s National Gang Intelligence Center at FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC, stressed that the law enforcement component of fighting youth crime is made necessary as a result of society not being sufficiently involved in the lives of young people BEFORE they become criminals. Law enforcement, she explained, is the final stage in a very long societal process. If society did more on the front end, she continued, the FBI and other law enforcement agencies would be confronted with far fewer criminal and violent acts later on. 

She warned that children from unstable homes, in particular, are heavily influenced by the media’s glamorization of crime and violence and are, therefore, in special need of societal intervention. According to Butler, societies worldwide must develop positive, appealing programs to assist vulnerable youth, in order to undermine the appeal of violence, crime, and gangs. Ms. Butler was a panelist in a session titled “Youth Crime and Gang Violence”. She explained that it is also FBI strategy to removes gang leaders from the community via harsh and lengthy prison sentences.                                                   

 
Buiding on Butler’s theme, Roger Trott, Executive Director of the FBI’s National Academy Associates, explained that in their struggle to prevent vulnerable youth from actually becoming criminals, the FBI has established an Adopt-A-School program in the United States. In addition, the agency also has FBI community outreach staffers who go into the schools, not as police officers, but simply as FBI employees, where they try to be positive forces in the lives of vulnerable students.
 

Doulgas Shipley of the FBI’s Barbados office shared with conference participants the crime prevention benefits of an innovative program in Barbados that helps impoverished young people with no contacts, no collateral, no experience, and (supposedly) no future, establish their own small businesses. These young businesspersons are also provided with business mentors to guide them and stabilize them throughout the process. 

When these at-risk young people are given these opportunities, Shipley explained, they have a lower default rate on their loans than traditional banks experience with traditional customers. Most importantly, (i) this program dramatically reduces the appeal of crime as a way of making a living for these young people, and (ii) the society inherits grassroots success stories that serve to inspire and encourage other at-risk young people.

 
Sheriff Richard Randall of Kendall County, Illinois discussed the importance of crime prevention to the thousands of sheriffs serving throughout the United States, and had high praise for the “Fight Crime – Invest in Kids” campaign being embraced by sheriffs all across the United States. This program, Sheriff Randall explained, depends totally on the voluntary involvement of ordinary individuals concerned about saving their societies – and the young people – from the scourge of youth violence and crime.
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Omaha is the center of a national pedophile ring that went all the way to the George Bush White House.
FBI  agents and local law enforcement were participants in the ring that kidnapped,tortured and murdered little children  all documented in the book
THE FRANKLIN COVERUP  written by former Nebraska  State Senator
attorney John DeCamp(republican)
http://www.thelawparty.org/Franklincoverup.htm

see  http://www.franklinfiles.org

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Kavanaugh Named Head Of FBI In Omaha

               

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- The Federal Bureau of Investigation named a new leader for its Omaha division on Monday, to replace the retiring Paul C. LaCotti, Jr.

John G. Kavanaugh will take over as Special Agent in Charge for the Omaha division. He was appointed to the post by Director Robert Mueller III.

Kavanaugh had been Section Chief of the International Terrorism Operations Section II in the Counterterrorism Division at FBI headquarters since April 2005. At that post, Kavanaugh was in charge of many counterterrorism investigations.

                                                       
               

He has been with the FBI since 1989.


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By LEO STRUPCZEWSKI
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A Pennsauken police officer was indicted on two counts of child pornography after he allegedly shipped nearly 800 pictures and nine movie files to an undercover FBI agent, posing as a fellow collector.

John Schenberger Jr., a 16-year veteran of the department, was arrested Tuesday at the township police department. An extradition hearing for Schenberger is scheduled for today before U.S. Magistrate Judge Joel Schneider in Camden. He is being held at the Federal Detention Center in Philadelphia.

The charges were brought by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Memphis, Tenn.

Schenberger had a number of conversations with the undercover FBI agent, said George Bolds, spokesman for the FBI field office in Memphis.

He sent two sets of files via computer to the agent on June 5, according to the indictment.

Pennsauken Police Capt. Earl Griffin said Schenberger was arrested after federal law enforcement officials questioned him on Tuesday. "Some computer equipment" was confiscated, Griffin said.

"It's a shock," Griffin said, calling Schenberger a conscientious and quiet worker. "He's never, ever been a problem."

Schenberger has worked as a patrolman for his entire 16 years on the force, Griffin said.

Schenberger has been responsible for maintaining the department's computer systems in recent years.

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US Justice Department reviewing FBI terror cases

       
       
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                                NEW HAVEN, Conn. --         The supervisor of the FBI's New Haven division confirmed Saturday that the field office was among five that recently underwent extensive audits by federal Justice Department attorneys.

The reviews, conducted last week, focused on the office's terrorism and national security cases, according to a statement released Saturday by Kimberly K. Mertz, the special agent in charge of the New Haven field office.

       
               
                New Haven and four other offices were reviewed after concerns were raised about violations and mistakes that might be jeopardizing people's privacy rights.

Fifteen offices nationwide are expected to be reviewed annually until all 56 field offices in the United States have been scrutinized.

In addition to New Haven, the Justice Department recently reviewed FBI offices in Little Rock, Ark.; Charlotte, N.C.; Milwaukee; and New Orleans, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Matt Olsen said Friday.

Olsen said the problems were likely to be referred to the President's Intelligence Oversight Board for investigation.

Mertz said in her statement Saturday that investigating terrorism and national security cases are the FBI's top priority, and that the New Haven office "has a very thorough program to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, while protecting the civil liberties of U.S. citizens."

She added they are confident that the Justice Department's audit will reflect those efforts, along with the extensive training given to agents and the monitoring that occurs to ensure investigations meet legal requirements.

A new Justice Department oversight office, which still must be approved by the U.S. Congress, will "give a lawyer's scrub" to all of the cases, Assistant Attorney General Kenneth Wainstein told reporters on Friday.

FBI general counsel Valerie Caproni said the tougher review should help restore public trust in the FBI.

Recent audits found errors and potential abuses in an estimated 5 percent of thousands of FBI cases a year that involve national security letters _ administrative subpoenas that let agents look at consumers' phone and Internet records without court approval.

Congress will be briefed to at least some extent about the results, but it is unlikely the information will be fully released to the public, said Olsen, who will head the new office.
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Timeline of the Mark Foley scandal

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Monday, September 10, 2007

MARK FOLEY TIMELINE

November 2005: A former Louisiana page gives copies of e-mails he received from Mark Foley in the summer of 2005 to the St. Petersburg Times. The Times decides not to pursue the story. The Miami Herald also receives copies of the e-mails but also declines the story because the messages were not sexually explicit and were subject to interpretation.

July 2006: The FBI receives some Foley-related e-mail correspondence but decides no federal law has been violated.

Sept. 28, 2006: ABC News breaks the story of Foley's e-mail exchange with the Louisiana page. Tim Mahoney, Foley's Democratic challenger for his congressional seat, calls for an investigation.

Sept. 29, 2006: Sexually explicit instant messages Foley sent to former pages in 2003 come to light. Foley resigns. Shortly after his resignation Foley's attorney says the former congressman is an alcoholic, gay and had been molested as a boy by a "clergyman."

Oct. 1, 2006: The FBI reopens its preliminary investigation. The investigation is still active.

October 2006: Anthony Merieca, a retired priest living on the Maltese Island of Gozo, admits to massaging Foley in the nude but denies having had sex with him.

Oct. 2, 2006: The Florida Department of Law Enforcement opens its own investigation, which is still ongoing. Foley's attorney announces the former congressman has checked into a rehabilitation facility to treat alcoholism.

February 2007: Foley returns to Florida after leaving an Arizona rehabilitation center in November and staying with a sister in Los Angeles.

July 2007: A federal finance report reveals Foley has paid more than $483,000 in legal fees from his campaign coffers.

August-September 2007 -Officials at the Florida Department of Law Enforcement say they are wrapping up their investigation on Foley in the next 7-10 days. Although the investigation still has not concluded, sources close to the investigation told Scripps Howard News Service that Foley is unlikely to face criminal charges for sending sexually explicit online messages to teenage boys.

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For Immediate Release
September 10, 2007

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Timothy J. Healy Named SAC of Washington Field Office’s Intelligence Division

Timothy J. Healy has been named Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the Intelligence Division of the FBI’s Washington Field Office. Director Robert S. Mueller, III, appointed him to this position, which was recently created for Washington, New York, and Los Angeles due to the increased importance of intelligence matters within the FBI. Most recently, Mr. Healy served as the Assistant Special Agent in Charge of Washington Field Office’s Intelligence Branch, Counterterrorism Division.

Mr. Healy entered on duty as a special agent of the FBI in 1986. Upon completion of training at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, he was assigned to Salt Lake City, Utah, where he investigated a variety of criminal matters including white collar and violent crime. He was later assigned to the Ogden, Utah, Resident Agency. During that time, Mr. Healy investigated telemarketing fraud, bank fraud, bank robberies, fraud by wire, murder for hire, and murder on government reservations. In 1989 he initiated “Operation Disconnect,” a proactive telemarketing investigation that eventually included 15 field divisions and the successful conviction of 402 fraudulent telemarketers. In 1995, he was the primary undercover agent on the Montana Freeman case, and for his work received the Attorney General’s Award for Exceptional Service.

In 1997, Mr. Healy was promoted to FBI Headquarters, where he managed the Telemarketing Program in the Economic Crime Unit of the Criminal Investigative Division. In 2000 he initiated the Internet Fraud Complaint Center and became the center’s first unit chief. He was transferred to the Baltimore Field Office in 2002, where as a supervisory special agent he supervised a squad investigating child pornography and child sexual exploitation, and later supervised a squad investigating computer intrusions.

In 2003, Mr. Healy was ordered to stand up the new Terrorist Screening Center (TSC). He was later promoted to serve as TSC’s Deputy Director, and was responsible for the Operations, Administrative, and Information Technology Branches. In recognition of his efforts at the TSC, he received the Directors Award for Outstanding Information Management. In 2006, he was designated Assistant Special Agent in Charge of Washington Field Office’s new Intelligence Division.

Mr. Healy graduated from Benedictine University in 1979 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He began his career as an officer in the United States Marine Corps, completed Naval Flight Training, and was ordered to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, where he flew as a Harrier fighter pilot. Mr. Healy is married and has six children.

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FBI: Federal Prosecutor Sought Sex with Child

               
                               
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An assistant U.S. Attorney from Florida has been arrested on charges he flew to Detroit to have sex with a 5-year-old child.

John David Roy Atchison, 53, was nabbed in a internet sex sting run by the FBI and the Macomb County Sheriff's Department. He was arrested Sunday at Metro Airport.

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Andrew G. Arena, Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Detroit, Michigan announces the arrest of John David Roy Atchison, age 53, and a resident of Gulf Breeze, Florida, on Sunday, September 16, 2007.

The arrest warrant was for a complaint against Atchison for traveling in interstate commerce for the purpose of having illicit sexual relations with a small child. Atchison was arrested and taken into Federal custody without incident at approximately 5 p.m. at Metro Airport by the FBI, Wayne County Airport Police, and deputies of the Macomb County Sheriff's Office.

The investigation was conducted by the FBI Detroit and the Macomb County Sheriff's Office through a joint Cyber Task Force known as the Macomb Area Computer Enforcement Team.

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FBI Executive Speaks About Online Predators
                       
                                                                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                       
                                                                               
                                                                       
                                                                       
                                                                                                                                                       
                                                                               
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Arkansas Children’s Hospital sponsored a national expert on crimes against children to speak about the growing fears of online predators.

FBI executive assistant director of the criminal, cyber, response and services branch Michael Mason came to the 2007 Anne Hickman Lectureship to speak to a group of community leaders about the prevalence of crimes against children.

Mason also touched on other Internet-related dangers to children such as child pornography and chat rooms.

On a national scale, the FBI has many programs currently pursuing Internet criminals such as Innocent Images, where agents pose as children and go into chat rooms where pedophiles and pornographers hang out.

Mason had several words of advice for parents and neighbors trying to keep children safe, “Know who your neighbors and their children are,” he said. “Be alert and be involved. Should something related to a child seem unusual or suspicious to you, note it and get in touch with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.”

For more about Michael Mason and what the FBI is doing to help prevent online predators, watch his interview with Melissa Dunbar by clicking the THVideo icon. For more ways to keep kids safe, click the KinderVision link below the picture.
                                               
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Hearing targets accountability

Thursday, September 20, 2007
By JO-ANN MORIARTY

Jo-ann.moriarty@newhouse.comWASHINGTON - It was supposed to be a vacation, instead a cruise for a West Springfield, Mass., woman turned into a hellish experience after the scuba guide in Mexico pulled her down into dangerously deep waters, cut off her oxygen and molested her.

"I grabbed the rope to get back up to the boat, trying to get away from him, but he grabbed me and began to pull me back down," Angela A. Orlich, a student at American International College yesterday told the House subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation.

"I tried to fight him off, but he continued to molest me," Orlich said, "Then, he turned off the air on my tank. ... At this point we were about 30 feet under water. I was afraid that I would die, that my body would never be found, and that no one would ever know what happened to me."

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But she said her nightmare didn't end when she escaped her attacker.

Orlich told the House panel which is investigating violent crimes, suicides and disappearances of Americans while on cruises that she reported the attack first to the coordinator of passenger activities, then to the security office and then to the ship's physician.

"The ship doctor refused to examine or treat me," she said. "He was totally dismissive and told me to see a doctor when I returned to my home in Massachusetts."

"When the cruise ship returned to Miami, there were no FBI agents waiting to interview me or any other federal agents. The cruise line offered no assistance whatsoever," she said. The scuba guide was not an employee of the cruise line.

Since her attack in 2004, Orlich found a community of Americans - a group called the International Cruise Victims, who share the burden of having atrocious experiences while on cruise and receiving little if any accountability from the cruise lines. One man said his mother and father left for a cruise from California in 2005. Days into the voyage, Michael Phan, of Seattle, Wash., said he received a call from the cruise liner saying his parents were missing. To this day, he doesn't know where they are other than, he said, "in the middle of the sea."

Another woman reported that she was raped by a member of the cruise staff only to find that the ship didn't have a rape kit and no female security officer to interview her.

There are laws that require cruise ships that leave or embark at U.S. ports to report crimes and missing persons to the Coast Guard and the FBI, but U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal, D-Springfield, said those laws weren't being enforced.

"There wasn't any follow up," said Neal, who stopped by the hearing to visit with Orlich. Neal is supporting legislation that would require the cruise industry to give full disclosure to passengers about security risks as well as maintain security levels to protect passengers while on board.

U.S. Rep. John W. Olver, D-Amherst, who met with Orlich privately before the congressional hearing, also supports the legislation - saying that the reforms being sought by the International Cruise Victims, of which Orlich is a member, are reasonable.

"Angela is doing everything in her power to ensure that what happened to her will not happen to anyone else," Olver said.

The House held an earlier hearing in March and since that time, the cruise line industry has been training workers to follow the industry's protocol when crimes or accidents against Americans take place, said Michael Sheehan, a spokesman for the corporate office of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., yesterday. He said crimes and accidents aboard cruises are rare.

Royal Caribbean also recently hired Michael Giglia, a former FBI agent, as the company's director of security planning and response, and he has been assigned to assist Orlich in bringing her attacker to trial in Mexico.

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        FBI agents part of group that kidnapped little children, tortured them to turn them into Manchurian candidates and then used them to lure and kidnap other little children who were tortured,sexually abused and then murdered.
This pedophile ring stretched from Omaha Nebraska to the Bush White House.
Attorney John DeCamp won multi million dollar settlement for two of the victims and wrote book called FRANKLIN COVERUP detailing the events.

two easy reads, for the uneducated and uneducable
1st read
http://www.thelawparty.com/FranklinCover-up.htm




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http://la.indymedia.org/news/2007/02/193672.php
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The Franklin Cover-up by John W. DeCamp E-Book
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This is a PDF version of "The Franklin Cover-Up: Child Abuse, Satanism, and Murder in Nebraska" by John W. Decamp

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The shut-down of Omaha, Nebraska's Franklin Community Federal Credit Union, raided by federal agencies in November 1988, sent shock waves all the way to Washington, D.C. $40 million was missing. The credit unions manager: Republican Party activist Lawrence E. "Larry" King, Jr., behind whose rise to fame and riches stood powerful figures in Nebraska politics and business, and in the nation's capital.

In the face of opposition from local and state law enforcement, from the FBI, and from the powerful Omaha World-Herald newspaper, a special Franklin committee of the Nebraska Legislature launched its own probe. What looked like a financial swindle, soon exploded into a hideous tale of drugs, Iran-Contra money-laundering, a nationwide child abuse ring, and ritual murder.

Nineteen months later, the legislative committee's chief investigator died - suddenly, and violently, like more than a dozen other people linked to the Franklin case. Author John DeCamp knows the Franklin scandal from the inside. In 1990, his "DeCamp memo" first publicly named the alleged high-ranking abusers. Today, he is attorney for two of the abuse victims.

Using documentation never before made public, DeCamp lays bare not only the crimes, but the cover-up - a textbook case of how dangerous the corruption of institutions of government, and the press, can be. In its sweep and in what it portends for the nation, the Franklin Cover-Up followed the ugly precedent of the Warren Commission.

During 16 years in office, former state Senator John DeCamp was cited, even by his enemies at the World Herald, as one of the most effective legislators in Nebraska history. A highly decorated Vietnam War veteran, in 1975 he initiated Operation Baby Lift, which evacuated 2,800 orphaned Vietnamese children. He practices law in Lincoln, Nebraska, is married, and is the father of four children.

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you can commit the almost perfect crime if you are the law enforcement agency who committed the crime then investigates the crime
911 and you thought FBI agents picked that date by random before they helped create 911
you don't have enough money to buy that kind of publicity for law enforcement


Police say man raped boys as video camera rolled
UPS pilot from Washington state arrested in Atlanta

By STACEY MULICK and ADAM LYNN
The News Tribune (Tacoma, Wash.)
Published on: 11/02/07

Authorities believe a Washington state pilot sexually assaulted at least 20 boys in his home over a six-year period and videotaped much of the alleged abuse.

On Thursday, police and FBI agents in Atlanta arrested Weldon Marc Gilbert of Lake Tapps, Wash., on a warrant charging him with nine sex crimes.
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Weldon Marc Gilbert was in jail in Atlanta on Friday night, awaiting extradition to Washington state.


The charges against the 47-year-old United Parcel Service pilot include child rape, child molestation and sexual exploitation of a minor.

Prosecutors contend in charging documents that Gilbert sexually abused two brothers between March 2001 and October of this year.

Pierce County sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer said more charges are likely. Detectives are reviewing more than 100 videotapes and DVDs found in Gilbert's home, many of which contain "very disturbing graphic images," Troyer said Friday.

"We just started looking through the tapes, and we've already seen 20 different victims," the spokesman said. "Kids are crying out for help and in pain in some of the videos."

A spokesman for UPS Airlines, Mike Mangeot, described the criminal case as an "unfortunate situation," but declined to discuss details, saying it was an ongoing investigation that had nothing to do with UPS.

"From what we can tell, this is completely unrelated to UPS," spokesman Mike Mangeot said. "It's not a company matter. It's a personal matter." Mangeot would not say how long Gilbert has been employed as a UPS pilot.

Investigators believe Gilbert may have used a helicopter to give rides to some of the boys, who range in age from 12 to 17, Troyer said.

He'd then take them to his house, get them drunk, tie them down, beat them and perform sexual acts on them, all with a video recorder rolling, Troyer said.

Investigators turned their attention to Gilbert on Tuesday when two men reported that they suspected their younger brothers were being molested by Gilbert.

One of the alleged victims, who is now 18, told detectives the molestation began 2001, shortly after his father died, according to an affidavit of probable cause filed in the case.

The teenager provided detectives with a videotape this week that also shows Gilbert abusing the alleged victim's brother, who turns 13 on Sunday, the affidavit states.

Detectives served a search warrant Wednesday at Gilbert's home on Tapps Island.

They seized videotapes, DVDs, CDs, floppy discs, assorted sex toys, camera gear, a computer and two handguns, according to court documents.

Authorities tracked Gilbert to Atlanta after learning that he had job-related training there. He was in jail in Atlanta on Friday night, awaiting extradition to Pierce County for arraignment, Troyer said.

— AJC Staff writer Tim Eberly contributed to this report.
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Scientist's Ideas on Sex Re-Examined

RANGELEY, Maine (AP) — Physician-scientist Wilhelm Reich, best known for his claims of a cosmic life force associated with sexual orgasm, died in federal prison, and the government burned tons of his books and other publications and destroyed his equipment.

But half a century later, a small number of scientists and other believers are working to advance the European-born psychiatrist's work on what he called "orgone energy" — a theory largely forgotten in the scientific mainstream.

"Personally, I think it's going to be a long time before all of his work is understood and recognized," said Reich's granddaughter, Renata Reich Moise, a nurse-midwife and artist in the coastal town of Hancock.

Reich died on Nov. 3, 1957, in a federal prison in Lewisburg, Pa., where he was sent for ignoring an injunction obtained by the Food and Drug Administration that outlawed a device he called an orgone energy accumulator. Reich believed it could charge the body with essential life energy, heightening vitality and potentially helping to heal disease.

Critics point to some of these more unconventional ideas in deriding him as a quack. But supporters say he was a brilliant man whose ideas warrant further exploration.

The 50th anniversary of his death is being marked by a major exhibition on Reich and his work that opens Nov. 15 at the Jewish Museum in Vienna, the city where he attended medical school, began his psychiatric practice and studied under Sigmund Freud.

Also this month, archives of Reich's unpublished papers, which have been stored at Harvard Medical School, will become available to researchers for the first time. Reich had stipulated that his papers only be opened 50 years after his death.

He also specified that his laboratory at the 175-acre site he dubbed Orgonon, which overlooks Rangeley Lake, be converted to a museum. It opened in 1960.

In Rangeley, where Reich spent his latter years, scientists and doctors from the U.S. and Europe gathered this summer for a conference that explored the prospects of seeking FDA approval for clinical trials of orgone accumulator blankets to treat burn victims.

Reich is described by the American Psychoanalytic Association as "one of the most brilliant, creative and controversial of the pioneering analysts." He was the first to focus on character analysis rather than neurotic symptoms. He linked a healthy sex life, which he called "orgastic potency," to emotional wellness, believing that failure to discharge sexual energy resulted in neurotic disorders.

His more controversial work came after he veered away from psychotherapy into laboratory experiments in Norway that led to the discovery of what he called "bions" — basic life forms that gave off orgone energy.

After moving to the U.S. just before the start of World War II, he focused on isolating and collecting that energy and went on to test its effect on cancer.

His orgone accumulators eventually caught the attention of the FDA.

After an investigation, the agency branded the devices consisting of alternating metallic and nonmetallic materials a fraud. In 1954 it sought an injunction in U.S. District Court in Portland. Reich refused to appear in court, triggering a default judgment and order that his books and accumulators be destroyed.

He was sentenced to two years in prison for contempt of court. He served only eight months before he died of a heart attack.

The FDA's injunction, supporters say, had a chilling effect on his work that persists even today. Moise said she believes there's merit in the orgone accumulator blanket, which her mother used in her medical practice.

Moise has tried it herself to heal burns.

"It's not crazy. It actually works," she said.

Even as the anniversary-related events rekindle memories of Reich and his theories, some of his supporters worry that they are in a race against time.

The challenge, they say, is to keep his work alive and advance it through new studies and experimentation at a time when Reich is not being taught in either medical schools or physics classes.

Kevin Hinchey, who is writing a book about Reich's work in the U.S., said most of the doctors and scientists who've taken an interest in Reich's life are baby boomers.

"If something dramatic isn't done to bring his work before the medical and scientific community, I really wonder what's going to happen when the baby boomers die. There's not a lot of younger people who are reading Reich."

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School to host public program on Internet safety
by Ashley Wilson
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ASHEVILLE — Carolina Day School will present “Cyber-Smarts for the Already Gifted and Talented” on Nov. 27. The program tries to bridge the gap between adults and today’s cyber-generation caused by the explosive growth of the Internet, video games and other popular technologies.
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The program is open to the public and will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Carolina Day's Upper School Auditorium.

National expert Kate Koestner will discuss the topic by taking participants on a tour of popular Web sites and other technologies frequented by pre- and adolescent youth. Koestner has worked with more than 500 schools and has insider information directly from teens, as well as through partnerships with technology-focused institutions and the FBI. She has also been featured on numerous national news programs and publications.

Carolina Day School is located at 1345 Hendersonville Rd. For more information call school counselor Barb King at 274-0758 ext. 307.
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APD Officer's Husband Accused Of Child Pornography

POSTED: 5:40 pm EST November 29, 2007
UPDATED: 6:33 pm EST November 29, 2007

The husband of an Atlanta police officer was arrested by FBI agents Thursday afternoon and is accused of producing child pornography for more than seven years.

FBI agents said Terrill Marion Crane, 47, of Atlanta, is accused of taking pictures of his sexual activities with numerous young girls in the Simpson Road area of Atlanta since at least 1999.

U.S. Attorney David Nahmias said photographs from between 1999 and 2002 were just recently obtained by the FBI, even though a photo processing center employee alerted the Atlanta Police Department as early as 2000.

"This is a very disturbing case for many reasons," Nahmias said. "According to the criminal complaint, photographs from the 1999 to 2002 time period, which the FBI only recently obtained, depict T.C. Crane engaged in explicit sexual activity with at least 11 different minor girls. Photographs recovered in a search last week allegedly depict his sexual activity with at least two other young girls. Only four of those girls have been identified thus far. The complaint indicates that Crane paid the girls based on the sex act they allowed him to perform and for getting other girls to engage in sex acts with him."

Crane would befriend young girls and then take them to his home or pickup truck where he gave them cash to engage in sexual conduct, FBI officials said.

Officials said Crane also asked the girls to bring other young girls for which he would pay $50. In some cases, Crane would take the photos himself or ask other girls to photograph the sexual activity.

In 2000, an employee of a local photo processing company contacted the Atlanta Police Department because he was concerned about the content of the photos being developed for Crane, officials said.

Investigators said that more than 50 photographs were provided to the APD between 2000 and 2002. The photos show at least 11 different young girls, between the ages of 12 and 15 years old, engaging in sexual acts with Crane.

During a search of Crane's home on Nov. 20, FBI agents found undeveloped film that showed sexual activity with at least two other young girls.

In 2003, Crane's wife, who is a sergeant with the Atlanta Police Department, allegedly received a phone call from an unidentified person at APD headquarters informing her about the photos of her husband engaged in sexual activities with the young girls, investigators said.

Crane's wife said she found several photographs in her house after the call and burned both the photos and the negatives.

Crane allegedly continued in his attempts to have sex with young girls for the following four years, investigators said.

In June or July, Crane asked one of the girls he had exploited several years earlier to provide him with more young girls, investigators said. He offered her $50 for each girl she brought to him.

APD Chief Richard Pennington called the allegations "disturbing" and that "any purported failure to take action will not be tolerated within the Atlanta Police department."

Pennington said he immediately ordered a full inquiry after the incident came to his attention in October.

Crane's wife has been placed on administrative leave, pending the outcome of the investigation.

FBI officials said they have been trying to identify the girls in the photographs and any other victims of Crane's alleged abuse.

Anyone with information about possible victims or other information is asked to call the FBI at 404-679-9000.

"We want to identify the other victims shown in the photographs and any additional girls who were sexually exploited," Nahmias said. "The complaint alleges that Crane engaged in the criminal conduct in his home on Beecher Road in Atlanta and in and around his silver or grey pickup truck. We promise that all victims will be treated with the dignity and protection they deserve."
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LHS teacher arrested again
Schmitz turned over to federal authorities
By Evan Carden SA Editor

Leroy High School teacher Charlene Schmitz was led away by federal agents following a bond revocation hearing at the Washington County Courthouse Tuesday. She was scheduled to appear in federal court later that afternoon. (SA photo by Ellen Williams)
A Leroy High School teacher accused of having sexual relations with one of her students was turned over to federal authorities following a bond revocation hearing, Tuesday, Nov. 27. She allegedly had illegal contact with the student during Friday night's football game in Leroy.

In addition to the original charges against her, Charlene Schmitz, 55, of Leroy, now faces a charge of tampering with a witness. A federal grand jury has indicted her on one count each of enticing a child by computer and enticing a child by cell phone.

The teacher has been on paid administrative leave from LHS since June 22, when she was arrested for her alleged inappropriate relationship with a 14-yearold ninth grade male student. As a result she faces second degree rape and second degree sodomy charges.

According to Washington County Chief Deputy Terry Beasley, he received a complaint Friday, Nov. 23, that Schmitz had allegedly contacted the student, asking him to meet her behind the elementary school during the football game. Papers filed with the Washington County Circuit Clerk's Office state that the purpose of the meeting was for the student to give Schmitz a folder which supposedly contained information related to the case, which she had instructed him to obtain.

Deputies Ferrell Grimes, Nick Reed and Kenny Sullivan took Schmitz into custody during the game.

She originally had been out on $40,000 bond, but remained incarcerated until a bond revocation hearing, which was scheduled for Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m. Prosecutors hoped to have her bond revoked until her trial.

District Judge Jerry Turner oversaw the hearing. District Attorney Spencer Walker represented the state and asked Turner to revoke Schmitz's bond. Her attorney, in turn, said Walker's motion was baseless due to the fact that his client now faces a federal indictment. He asked for the motion to be dismissed.

Judge Turner dismissed the bond revocation as Schmitz's attorney had requested. The teacher was immediately turned over to agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) who transported her to Mobile where she was to appear in a federal courtroom later that afternoon.

Following the proceedings, Sheriff Richard Stringer said, "I think her (Schmitz) being taken into federal custody was the best thing that could have happened."

Walker refused comment due to a gag order placed on the case in July by Judge Turner. The case was sent to a Washington County Grand Jury July 24 after Schmitz waived her preliminary hearing.

The alleged victim's mother, who attended Tuesday's hearing with other family members, said she felt very vindicated for what her son had been through. She said this would help in starting the healing process for her family. "I represent the one who has been hurt," she added. She and other family members applauded as Schmitz was placed in the FBI's vehicle.

According to Sheriff Stringer, his department was alerted to the alleged affair by a parent of the juvenile who discovered sexually explicit e-mails, allegedly sent by the teacher, on the child's computer. Schmitz has proclaimed her innocence since her arrest.

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Diocese clears priest in sexual abuse case

Posted Sunday, December 23, 2007 at 9:32 pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

The bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Charlotte, N.C., reinstated the Rev. Albert James Gondek as pastor of a parish Sunday, saying an investigation had cleared the priest of allegations by a Delaware man that he was sexually abused by the priest more than 40 years ago at a summer camp in Maryland.

Gondek and Charlotte Bishop Peter J. Jugis were to meet with parishioners of Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Lexington, N.C., after the 10:30 Mass.

"It is a great joy to return Father Al to ministry," Jugis said in a prepared statement. "The Diocese of Charlotte will make every effort to restore Father Gondek's good name and reputation. While this case does not diminish the suffering that sexual abuse causes people in our society, it is proof that the system in our church works to protect everyone."

The priest was removed from ministry Oct. 12 after the allegations were revealed by Wilmington attorney Thomas S. Neuberger, who expects to file suit on behalf of the alleged victim, Michael Sowden. Sowden, now 59, said Gondek fondled him while they were swimming at Camp Brisson in Maryland in 1960. Sowden also said he had been molested by the Rev. Francis G. DeLuca, who recently pleaded guilty to similar allegations against a great nephew during his retirement in Syracuse.

Gondek has denied the allegations. The Oblates of St. Francis de Sales - the religious order to which Gondek belongs - say the camp was not opened until 1961 and Gondek was not assigned there until 1962. He was a seminarian at the time. They also say Gondek cannot swim.

Neuberger says the investigation smacks of "whitewash and cover-up" and says his client was never interviewed by those investigating the claims.

Gondek's immediate removal from ministry was done according to the provisions of the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, adopted in 2002 by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. The charter requires that priests accused of sexual abuse must be removed from ministry while the allegations are examined.
Sowden's allegations were investigated by the Oblates and the Review Board of the Diocese of Charlotte. Both reported their findings to Jugis, who decided to reinstate the priest.

The Oblates referred their investigation to retired Chief Judge Joseph H.H. Kaplan of Baltimore, who they said has "no connection to the OSFS, the Diocese of Charlotte, the Roman Catholic Church or any of the parties involved."

According to the Oblates, Kaplan's investigation included a polygraph examination, performed by former FBI agent and forensic polygrapher Barry D. Colvert. The Oblates said Colvert's report stated that Gondek's answers had a high degree of reliability and were "not indicative of deception."

Kaplan's report to the Wilmington/Philadelphia Provincial of the Oblates concluded that the allegations were "without basis in fact."

Neuberger, though, said the investigation "smacks of a whitewash and a cover-up. They never even interviewed my client. I'm shocked, shocked, shocked."

Neuberger said he was contacted in October by Kaplan, who wanted to set up an interview with Sowden in Baltimore or Wilmington. But Neuberger said the judge never responded to his four-page letter of response. In the letter, Neuberger wrote to Kaplan, asking whether he had any connection to the church and asking for several conditions - that the judge verify that Gondek was a seminarian at the time of the alleged abuse and that he was assigned to the camp, that he produce records of the campers during his assignments, that he interview Gondek before interviewing Sowden to see if he admitted the allegation, and to demand that Morrissey meet with Kaplan and Gondek and order Gondek to be truthful during questioning.

Gondek was pleased by the decision.

"It is a tremendous joy for me to return to my friends at Our Lady of the Rosary parish, and I look forward to finishing my career and my life in Christian service. God tests each of us, sometimes in ways we don't understand. I don't feel that my faith has been tested, but I know I have been tested over these past weeks as a result of these false allegations."

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MySpace Plans Task Force To Block Child Predators

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Published: January 14, 2008

MySpace.com, a popular social networking Web site, has agreed to make design and policy changes to protect children from harmful images and unwanted contact from adults.

Attorneys general in several states have sought greater controls for networking Web sites so children can be protected from predators.

Investigators have increasingly examined MySpace, Facebook.com and similar sites that allow people to invite contacts and post information and images on the Web. A multistate investigation of the sites – announced last year – was aimed at putting together measures to protect minors and remove pornographic material, but lawsuits were possible, officials said.

"Unfortunately, cybercrime is very prevalent on the Internet, and I commend MySpace and its parent company, News Corporation, for working diligently to protect our children," Attorney General Bill McCollum said in a statement. "We must take every opportunity to make the Internet a safer place for children, and I encourage other social networking sites to adopt many of the design changes announced by MySpace today."

MySpace will create an Internet Safety Technical Task Force, which will work on age and identity verification, according to Florida's attorney general's office.

Task force members will come from child protection groups, social networking sites, technology companies and age and identity verification experts. They will report to attorneys general every three months, issuing findings and recommendations by year's end.

MySpace plans a registry of e-mail addresses by parents who want to restrict their children's access to the site.

MySpace also agreed to create a closed "high school" section for users who are younger than 18 and make 16- and 17-year-olds' Web pages private by default, according to the attorney general's office.

"Today's announcement is a landmark step forward in providing new protections for teenage members of social networking sites such as MySpace," Hemanshu Nigam, MySpace's chief security officer, said in a statement. "Social networking sites have been a great innovation for all Americans, regardless of their age. … Our goal is to nurture and expand their community, while providing a safer online experience. We have embraced a constant focus toward online safety as one of the best ways to make sure our users keep coming back to MySpace."

National statistics show that 77 million children are on the Internet every day and that one of seven children between the ages of 10 and 17 will be sexually solicited online, according to Florida's attorney general's office.

A Fort Lauderdale man was charged last month with lewd molestation, lewd battery and enticing a child via the Internet after he had sex several times with a 14-year-old Polk County girl he met on MySpace. Richard Roland Gagnon Jr. took the girl to local motels four times and committed lewd acts during several of those encounters, the sheriff's office said.

"We must all work together to keep our children safe from pedophiles and predators who are online every day using their charm and charisma in order to sexually abuse our children," Sheriff Grady Judd said at the time.

Last April, an FBI special agent with the Innocent Images Task Force in Tampa said it only took minutes for him to find dozens of MySpace pages of River Ridge Middle and High School students.

Some of the students had posted their schedules or cell phone numbers.

"If I'm a predator, now I've got their phone number," special agent Scott Earl said at the time. "This is like one-stop shopping. I can even follow them home from school."

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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.

Sheriff Kirk Taylor announced the arrest yesterday but few details were released and the arrest warrant affidavit is sealed by court order.

Authorities said Johnson lives in Pueblo West which is outside Pueblo about 100 miles south of Denver.

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Published: 01.17.2008

Ex-FBI agent pleads guilty in UA masturbation case

A.J. FLICK
                                Tucson Citizen                        
                       
A former FBI agent who was accused of masturbating in a women's restroom on the University of Arizona campus pleaded guilty Wednesday to public sexual indecency.
Judge Jose Luis Castillo sentenced Ryan James Seese, 34, to three years of probation and five days in the Pima County Jail.
In exchange for the guilty plea, Pima County Consolidated Justice Court judge dropped one charge each of indecent exposure and criminal trespass.
Seese also must undergo treatment as indicated in a psychosexual report.
A female janitor entered the Student Union restroom May 3 and opened a stall intending to clean it, the Citizen previously reported. She saw Seese inside the stall, ran from the restroom and reported the incident to her supervisor, police said.
The woman identified Seese to an officer taking her report. Seese fled into a parking garage north of the Student Union, where he was cited for the three misdemeanor charges and released to an FBI supervisor.
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Front cover of Dr. Mary's Monkey
The FRANKLIN SCANDAL
A Story of Powerbrokers, Child Abuse & Betrayal By Nick Bryant

Allegations of crimes, conspiracies, and cover-ups in the heartland and the capital

A chilling exposé of corporate corruption and government cover-ups, this account of a nationwide child-trafficking and pedophilia ring in the United States tells a sordid tale of corruption in high places. The scandal originally surfaced during an investigation into Omaha, Nebraska's failed Franklin Federal Credit Union and took the author beyond the Midwest and ultimately to Washington, DC. Implicating businessmen, senators, major media corporations, the CIA, and even the venerable Boys Town organization, this extensively researched report includes firsthand interviews with key witnesses and explores a controversy that has received scant media attention.

The FRANKLIN SCANDAL is the story of a nationwide pedophile ring that pandered children to a cabal of the rich and powerful. The ring’s pimps were a pair of Republican powerbrokers who used Boys Town as a pedophiliac reservoir, had access to the highest levels of our government, and connections to the CIA.

Nebraska legislators nearly exposed the ring in 1990, but its unveiling had the potential to produce seismic political aftershocks, so a rash of deaths and a full court press by federal and local law enforcement effected an immaculate cover-up.

State and federal grand juries in Nebraska and a former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia played an integral role in the cover-up, and the author has had access to thousands of documents that would ultimately be sealed by the two grand juries. My documentation includes Omaha Police Department reports and internal memos, Nebraska State Patrol reports, Nebraska Department of Social Services reports, internal Boys Town reports, victim debriefings, hundreds of the ring’s airline receipts, etc.

The power elite sating their appetite for forbidden fruit via pedophilia and pedophiliac sadism is an evil that dates back millennia: Roman emperor Tiberius reportedly indulged in pedophilia and then murdered his victims. Moreover, pedophile rings linked to the powerful have recently been exposed in Belgium, Portugal, Chile, and Mexico.

The FRANKLIN SCANDAL will be the first commercially-published book to tell the tale of a power elite pedophile ring in the U.S. and also of the cover-up of its heinous crimes. Various news organizations have attempted to break aspects of this story, but the reports have either been ignored or mysteriously shelved. Major news agencies, including ABC, have backed away from pursuing this story; conversely, CBS abetted its cover-up. It’s obvious that very powerful people have a vested interest in safeguarding this secret.

Nick Bryant’s writing has recurrently focused on the plight of disadvantaged children in the United States, and he’s been published in numerous national journals, including the Journal of Professional Ethics, Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, Journal of Social Distress and Homelessness, Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, and Journal of School Health. He has also published a book, America’s Children: Triumph of Tragedy, addressing the medical and developmental problems of lower socioeconomic children in America. His mainstream and investigative journalism has appeared in The Twin Cities Reader, Salon.com, Gear, and Playboy. 

‘UNTRACEABLE’
FBI EXPERT REVEALS THE TRUTH ABOUT WEB CRIME IN DIANE LANE THRILLER
By SARA STEWART
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January 20, 2008 -- WE'D forgive you for doubting this, but apparently Hollywood action-movie scribes have been known to fact-check their plots with real-life consultants.

Say you're a screenwriter with an ultra-modern script called “Untraceable," in which someone kills people online and streams it live, making victims die faster as more people log on.

E.J. Hilbert's the guy you call to see if this nightmare scenario checks out. A former FBI cyber-crimes investigator and current director of security enforcement at MySpace, Hilbert moonlights as a consultant for writers and directors. Turns out, he's seen his profession portrayed on-screen recently, with dubious results. “That last one in the ‘Die Hard' series, that one really didn't focus on much of the reality," he says mildly. Timothy Olyphant's cyber-terrorist plot apparently didn't bear much resemblance to the kinds of atrocities Hilbert's been witnessing.

This time around, though, they got it right - terrifyingly so. In “Untraceable," out Friday, Diane Lane stars as an FBI agent investigating an online serial killer making his cyber-audience complicit in his crimes. Selecting victims who are closer and closer to Lane's character's life, he rigs them up to die in increasingly elaborate and disgusting ways. FBI investigators watch incredulously as the page-hit counter goes up exponentially, while an instant-message sidebar chronicles the public's fascination and disbelief.

Hilbert, who gives you the sense that he's seen more than his share of the seriously icky, does not seem fazed by this scenario. The Web, he says, has created an extreme outlet for human delusion. “There's this false sense of anonymity on the Internet," he says. “People are willing to do things that in real life they wouldn't do."

So, one wonders, what exactly is the benefit of taking one of the world's most disturbing trends and massaging it into a Hollywood thriller? “I see this as an opportunity to educate people," Hilbert says. “These people are going to continue to push the envelope until other people start screaming and yelling about it."

Still, even in the midst of all the cyber-gloom and doom, Hilbert admits there are parts of his profession that are just as cool as they look when someone as impossibly gorgeous as Diane Lane does them.

“A cyber-agent isn't somebody who sits behind a computer all day," he points out. “We kick in doors and arrest bad guys for doing bad stuff. We carry guns. It's fun."

 01.17.2008 
Ex-FBI agent pleads guilty in UA masturbation case 
A.J. FLICK 
Tucson Citizen 
A former FBI agent who was accused of -- in a women's restroom on the University of Arizona campus pleaded guilty Wednesday to public sexual indecency. 
Judge Jose Luis Castillo sentenced Ryan James Seese, 34, to three years of probation and five days in the Pima County Jail. 
In exchange for the guilty plea, Pima County Consolidated Justice Court judge dropped one charge each of indecent exposure and criminal trespass. 
Seese also must undergo treatment as indicated in a psychosexual report. 
A female janitor entered the Student Union restroom May 3 and opened a stall intending to clean it, the Citizen previously reported. She saw Seese inside the stall, ran from the restroom and reported the incident to her supervisor, police said. 
The woman identified Seese to an officer taking her report. Seese fled into a parking garage north of the Student Union, where he was cited for the three misdemeanor charges and released to an FBI supervisor. 
 
 
 
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. 
 
Sheriff Kirk Taylor announced the arrest yesterday but few details were released and the arrest warrant affidavit is sealed by court order. 
 
Authorities said Johnson lives in Pueblo West which is outside Pueblo about 100 miles south of Denver.
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two easy reads about child abuse and your tax dime underwriting it

1st read
http://franklincoverup.com/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=26




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Some reason not to trust


Has Greka Energy hired former FBI agent Tom Parker to help spin the company's alleged environmental crimes into victimhood?

Let us consult Google, using search string “Tom Parker FBI.” Interesting. What I found is a white paper entitled “HB Fuller Stuck on Itself,” by Bonnie Hayskar of pangaea.org, which chronicles the plight of Latin American street children.

In 1996, Minnesota's H.B. Fuller Co. faced a public-relations black eye after being publicly identified by California Senate Majority Leader Richard G. Polanco, who told the CalPERS investment committee that Fuller “is the only significant supplier of solvent-based shoe glues in Central America. The narcotic solvents in these glues are addictive and toxic to children.”

Enter Tom Parker, who at the time was heading the Emerald Group to tidy things up. From pangaea.org's Web site: “The Emerald Group has resurfaced as author of a Fuller-commissioned report that claims Central American children are not using the company's glues. Parker, just as he told me, turns out to be a former FBI agent who founded Emerald Group, a Los Angeles-based international security management and investigative firm, according to his Web dossier.”

I distrust those who previously received counterintelligence training designed to damage alleged enemies of the United States, and then use the same counterintelligence tactics for domestic consumption on behalf of a company who's shadowy chain of ownership, ultimately owned by a Hong Kong firm, both, reportedly, under investigation.

Andrew Elliott

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Orwell  says 3 easy reads...........


New FBI Special Agent can keep your kids safe on the streets and the web


   
 Bill Safos 
2/19/2008




CLEVELAND -- She is part of the changing face of the FBI. An agency that once recruited young college graduates is looking for older experienced Americans.
Advances in technology mean faster, smarter computers and computer experts. With the good comes the bad. As crime moves from the streets of our cities into cyberspace, the FBI is ready.

Not with new younger recruits. Instead with new older, smarter special agents that signed up with bureau as a second career.

While computers have found a way into just about every part of our lives, so have cyber criminals like identity thieves, scam artists and sex predators. The FBI's new Special Agent is ready.

"I studied Computer Science at the University of Michigan. I got my Master's Degree from Carnegie Melon University in Information Systems Management." said Elizabeth, the Special Agent who's identity can't be revealed.

She is not your typical new Special Agent. She does not come from a criminal justice or law enforcement background. She is a computer expert who worked at the headquarters of General Motors for half a dozen years.

"Probably the thing that made me the most proud in the career at General Motors was that I got to help create new studies that will help save peoples lives" said Elizabeth.

Her career working on the software for crash tests helped land her the job at the FBI.

"We've changed quite a bit over the last six years" said John Raucci, FBI Assistant Director of Human Resources.

"This year were going to bring on about 1000 agents" said Brian Lamkin, FBI Assistant Director of Training Division.

"Not everyone who comes to the FBI was prior military or prior law enforcement" said Raucci.

While Hollywood movies like the "Silence of the Lambs" staring Jodie Foster continue to get people thinking about becoming an FBI agent, recruits have always been in their early 20's. Now the average age is older. The bureau is looking for people as old as 36. That would allow them to put 20 years in the agency before being forced to retire. The mandatory retirement age at the FBI is 57.

" I wanted to basically serve my country and I thought that what better way than to work for a federal organization. So I looked at different organizations, the CIA, the FBI, you know local law enforcement and thought that the best organization out there, the cream of the crop is the FBI" said Elizabeth.

THERE'S A GROWING NUMBER OF WOMEN AT the FBI academy. BUT WHILE female agents are nothing new. The DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS of the older recruits is.

"I've never fired a weapon before" admitted Elizabeth.

"The very first day you know you had to take your Glock22 rack the slide back and it literally took me five minutes to rack the slide back. my instructor assured me in five weeks we'll be both laughing about all this and in five weeks we were both laughing about it" said Elizabeth.

That's because the FBI believes basic police skills can be taught by their world class instructors. The FBI will train their agents to be fine marksman. The agency is looking for another type expert. In Elizabeth's case they found a computer expert.

She has several more weeks of classroom instruction. She spends hours on the shooting range, the driving range, the gym and in
hand to hand combat. It's all part of her training, even fighting the male agents.

"It's an interesting experience. Because for the girls in the class, you are not allowed to pair with a girl you have to pair with a male and all the males are generally quite larger than us" said Elizabeth.

However, she has proven they're not big enough to intimidate her.

"I got the top fitness score in my class" said Elizabeth.

"She is going to walk out of here with all the skills necessary to make her successful" said Lamkin.

She'll end up at the FBI field office in Cleveland.

"I hope to be working in the cyber crimes division. That's where I'm stationed to. Hopefully I'll do a lot of catching bad people... we have the cyber predators that go after small children" said Elizabeth.

Elizabeth took a huge cut in pay to join the FBI. The salary of a starting Special Agent ranges around $50 thousand dollars a year. Instead of the big salary Elizabeth used to earn at GM, she says catching criminals will be her reward and she already has some advice for them.

"Watch out, watch out were definitely on to you guys" said Elizabeth.




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 The Phoenix New Times News Blog




G-man Jackoff: FBI Agent caught with pants down at UofA
Fri May 25, 2007 at 10:59:55 AM



J. Edgar Hoover must be rollin' over in his bloomers: One of his FBI agents, a hardened criminal? That's the tale told by campus cops at Tucson's University of Arizona, where Agent Ryan Seese was arrested May 3, shortly after a cleaning lady observed him whackin’ off in the women's restroom of the student union. Um, allegedly.

According to the campus police report,

“As she was wiping off the last stall door, furtherest south, the door was opened by a white male standing inside the stall with his pants below his knees. (The woman) went on to say she saw his penis and the male was masturbating by rubbing his hand over his erect penis.”

And they wonder why the Bureau didn't catch the 9/11 hijackers.

Seese fled the bathroom after exposing himself, and the cleaning lady's supervisor called the campus cops. Officer Gary Fountain soon arrived and walked with the frazzled custodian back to the scene of the crime. He writes,

"I was standing outside of the women's bathroom with (the cleaning lady) waiting for the women using the bathroom to exit, when I saw a male walk out of the same women's bathroom."

Seese apparently thought his mission too vital to abandon. Or maybe he just went back for seconds. What a moron! If the dood had taken off right after he flashed his pole to the maid, they probably'd never have caught him. These are the kinds of geniuses we employ at our nation's premier law enforcement agency.

In any case, as soon as he reappeared, the custodian cried "That's the guy!" And Seese took off faster than Agents Mulder and Scully after a UFO. With Officer Fountain hard on his heels, the chase continued to the parking garage where Seese stopped and Fountain told him to get on the ground. When Seese didn't move fast enough, Fountain "grabbed the back of his shirt collar and pulled him backward." Seese "spun around and knelt on his knees." Fountain cuffed the G-man as other officers came to assist.

Officer Greg Ewer asked Seese if he had identification.

“He said, ‘No, I don’t have it on me.’ I asked where his ID was and he said, ‘I’m in law enforcement.’ I asked what agency and he said, ‘FBI,’” Ewer wrote in the report. Seems the wanker left his badge and gun in his car before going undercover.

Patting Seese down, Ewer noticed a metal object sticking out of the man's front pants pocket. Ewer asked him what it was.

"Um, a mirror," Seese replied. Hey, at least it wasn't strapped to one of his shoes.

Seese was then taken to a holding area where police swabbed his hands for samples and made him take off his clothes, now evidence. The FBI version of Paul Rubens was cited on three counts: indecent exposure, public sexual indecency, and criminal trespass.

No word yet on whether it was a “repeat” offense.

Seese was later released, with his FBI supervisor stopping by to pick him up. Aww, isn't that sweet.

Back in the chick's bog, it was like an episode of CSI: Tucson. Investigators collected "wadded up tissue with possible semen from the feminine product receptacle," as well as "a hair found inside the toilet bowl." (Eww.) They also took a sample of the stall floor using sheets of sticky tape.

Heh. No one can accuse Agent Seese of shootin’ blanks, even if the guy is a real jerk.

One final point, do you think if this perv was a regular schmo that he'd have been released like this instead of going straight to jail? Maybe I'm wrong, but I can't imagine they'd just cite and release some run-of-the-mill creep who'd exposed himself in the girls room. One of the many perks, I'm sure, of being an FBI agent.

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FBI agent accidentally shoots herself
Staff Writer
Article Launched: 02/20/2008 06:55:04 AM PST

LONG BEACH - A 43-year-old FBI agent was reported to be in stable condition today after accidentally shooting herself in the hip in the parking lot of the World Trade Center in Long Beach.

The agent suffered a "self-inflicted" wound from an "accidental discharge" from her service weapon Tuesday, said FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller.

The agent was taken to St. Mary Medical Center "in a great amount of pain," Long Beach Fire Department Capt. Mike Duree said, adding that she was in stable condition.

The agent's name was not released. Eimiller said she was assigned to the Los Angeles field office. Most FBI agents carry a Glock .40-caliber or a Sig Sauer 9mm pistol, Eimiller said.

Long Beach Fire Department paramedics responded to the scene of the accident -- a parking lot at the World Trade Center, just north of Ocean Avenue in downtown Long Beach -- at 1:35 p.m., where they found the agent suffering from a gunshot wound, Duree said.
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