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I Volunteer to Kidnap Oliver North
Michael Levine

Undercover DEA agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena was tortured to death slowly by professionals. Every known maximum-pain technique, from electric shocks to his testicles to white hot rods inserted in his rectum, was applied. A doctor stood by to keep him alive. The heart of the thirty-seven year old father of two boys refused to quit for more than twenty-four hours. His cries, along with the soft-spoken, calm voices of the men who were slowly and meticulously savaging his body, were tape-recorded.
Kiki, one of only three hundred of us in the world (DEA agents on foreign assignment), had been kidnapped in broad daylight from in front of the U.S. Consular office in Guadalajara, Mexico by Mexican cops working for drug traffickers and, apparently, high level Mexican government people whose identities we would never know. They would be protected by people in our own government to whom Kiki's life meant less than nothing.

When teams of DEA agents were sent to Mexico, first, to find the missing Kiki, then to hunt for his murderers, they were met by a the stone wall of a corrupt Mexican government that refused to cooperate. To the horror and disgust of many of us, our government backed down from the Mexicans; other interests, like NAFTA, banking agreements and the covert support of Ollie North's Contras, were more important than the life of an American undercover agent. DEA agents were ordered by the Justice Department, to keep our mouths shut about Mexico; an order that was backed up by threats from the office of Attorney General Edwin Meese himself. Instead of tightening restrictions on the Mexican debt, our Treasury Department moved to loosen them as if to reward them for their filthy deed. As an added insult Mexico was granted cooperating nation in the drug war status, giving them access to additional millions in American drug war funds and loans.

Somehow a CIA—unaware that their own chief of Soviet counter intelligence, Aldrich Ames, was selling all America's biggest secrets to the KGB for fourteen years with all the finesse of a Jersey City garage sale—was able to obtain the tape-recordings of Kiki's torture death. No one in media or government had the courage to publicly ask them explain how they were able to obtain the tapes, yet know nothing of the murder as it was happening; no one had the courage to ask them to explain the testimony of a reliable government informant, (during a California trial related to Camarena's murder), that Kiki's murderers believed they were protected by the CIA. Nor did our elected leaders have the courage to investigate numerous other reports linking the CIA directly to the murderers.

Our government's sellout of Kiki Camarena, of all DEA agents, of the war on drugs, was such that United States Congressman, Larry Smith, stated, on the floor of Congress:

"I personally am convinced that the Justice Department is against the best interests of the United States in terms of stopping drugs... What has a DEA agent who puts his life on the line got to look forward to? The U.S. Government is not going to back him up. I find that intolerable."

What does Oliver North have to do with this?

A lot of us, Kiki's fellow agents, believe that the Mexican government never would have dared take the action they did, had they not believed the US government to be as hypocritical and corrupt as they were and still are. And if there was ever a figure in our history that was the paradigm of that corruption it is the man President Reagan called "an American hero"; the same man Nancy Reagan later called a liar: Oliver North.

No one person in our government's history more embodied what Senator John Kerry referred to when he called the US protection of the drug smuggling Contras a "betrayal of the American people."

Few Americans, thanks to what one time CIA chief William Colby referred to as the news media's "misplaced sense of patriotism," are aware that the Nobel prize winning President of Costa Rica, Oscar Arias—as a result of an in-depth investigation by the Costa Rican Congressional Commission on Narcotics that found "virtually all [Ollie North supported] Contra factions were involved in drug trafficking"—banned Oliver North, U.S. Ambassador Lewis Tambs, National Security Advisor Admiral John Poindexter, Presidential Advisor Richard Secord and C.I.A. station chief José Fernandez, by Executive order, from ever entering Costa Rica— for their roles in utilizing Costa Rican territory for cocaine trafficking.

In fact, when Costa Rica began its investigation into the drug trafficking allegations against North and naively thought that the U.S. would gladly lend a hand in efforts to fight drugs, they received a rude awakening about the realities of America's war on drugs as opposed to its "this-scourge-will-end" rhetoric.

After five witnesses testified before the U.S. Senate, confirming that John Hull—a C.I.A. operative and the lynch-pin of North's contra re supply operation—had been actively running drugs from Costa Rica to the U.S. "under the direction of the C.I.A.," Costa Rican authorities arrested him. Hull then quickly jumped bail and fled to the U.S.—according to my sources—with the help of DEA, putting the drug fighting agency in the schizoid business of both kidnapping accused drug dealers and helping them escape; although the Supreme Court has not legalized the latter . . . yet.

The then-President of Costa Rica, Oscar Arias was stunned when he received letters from nineteen U.S. Congressman—including Lee Hamilton of Indiana, the Democrat who headed the Iran-contra committee—warning him "to avoid situations . . . that could adversely affect our relations." Arias, who won the Nobel prize for ending the contra war, stated that he was shocked that "relations between [the United States] and my country could deteriorate because [the Costa Rican] legal system is fighting against drug trafficking."

In my twenty-five years experience with DEA which includes running some of their highest level international drug trafficking investigations, I have never seen an instance of comparable allegations where DEA did not set up a multi-agency task force size operation to conduct an in-depth conspiracy investigation. Yet in the case of Colonel North and the other American officials, no investigation whatsoever has been initiated by DEA or any other investigative agency.

The total "public" investigation into the drug allegations by the Senate was falsely summed up in the statement of a staffer, on the House select committee, Robert A. Bermingham who notified Chairman Hamilton on July 23, 1987, that after interviewing "hundreds" of people his investigation had not developed any corroboration of "media-exploited allegations that the U.S. government condoned drug trafficking by contra leaders . . . or that Contra leaders or organizations did in fact take part in such activity." Every government official accused of aiding and covering up for the contra drug connection, Colonel Ollie included, then hung his hat on this statement, claiming they had been "cleared."

The only trouble was that investigative journalists, Leslie and Andrew Cockburn—after interviewing many of the chief witnesses whose testimony implicated North and the contras in drug trafficking, including several whose testimony was later found credible enough to be used to convict Manuel Noriega—could find not one who had been interviewed by Bermingham or his staff. In fact, the two journalists seem to have caught Bermingham red-handed in what can only be described, at best, as a gross misrepresentation of fact, when he (Bermingham) quoted the chief counsel of a House Judiciary subcommittee, Hayden Gregory as dismissing the drug evidence and calling it "street talk." Gregory told the Cockburns that the "street talk" comment was taken out of context; that he had not even met Bermingham until July 22 (two days before Bermingham wrote the report) and that he had in fact told Bermingham that there were "serious allegations against almost every contra leader."

When President Bush said, "All those who look the other way are as guilty as the drug dealers," he was not only talking about a moral guilt, but a legal one as well. Thus, if any U.S. official knew of North and the contra's drug activities and did not take proper action, or covered up for it, he is "guilty" of a whole series of crimes that you to go to jail for; crimes that carry a minimum jail term; crimes like Aiding and Abetting, Conspiracy, Misprision of a Felony, Perjury, and about a dozen other violations of law related to misuse and malfeasance of public office. I'm not talking about some sort of shadow conspiracy here. As a veteran, criminal investigator I don't deal in speculation. I document facts and evidence and then work like hell to corroborate my claims so that I can send people to jail.

What I am talking about is "Probable Cause"—a legal principle that every junior agent and cop is taught before he hits the street. It mandates that an arrest and/or criminal indictment must occur when there exists evidence that would give any "reasonable person" grounds to believe, that anyone— U.S. government officials included—had violated or conspired to violate federal narcotic laws. Any U.S. government law enforcement officer or elected official who fails to take appropriate action when such Probable Cause exists, is in violation of his oath as well as federal law; and under that law it takes surprisingly little evidence for a Conspiracy conviction.

As an example, early in my career I arrested a man named John Clements, a twenty-two year old, baby-faced guitar player, who happened to be present at the transfer of three kilos of heroin—an amount that doesn't measure up to a tiny percentage of the many tons of cocaine, (as much as one half the U.S. cocaine consumption), that North and his Contras have been accused of pouring onto our streets. Clements was a silent observer in a trailer parked in the middle of a Gainesville, Florida swamp, while a smuggler—whom I had arrested hours earlier in New York City and "flipped" (convinced to work as an informer for me)— turned the heroin over to the financier of the operation. Poor John Clements, a friend of both men, a "gofer" as he would later be described, was just unlucky enough to be there.

The twenty-two year old guitar player couldn't claim "national security," when asked to explain his presence, nor could he implicate a President of the United States in his criminal activities as Colonel North did. John Clements wrote no self-incriminating computer notes that indicated his deep involvement in drug trafficking, as North did; he didn't have hundreds of pages of diary notes in his own handwriting also reflecting narcotics trafficking. John Clements did not shred incriminating documents and lie to congress as North did; nor was he responsible for millions in unaccounted for U.S. government funds as North was. Clements did not have enough cash hidden in a closet slush fund to pay $14,000 cash for a car, as North did while earning the salary of a Lieutenant Colonel. John Clements only had about $3 and change in his pocket.

Nor did John Clements campaign for the release from jail of a drug smuggling, murderer whose case was described by the Justice Department as the worst case of narco terrorism in our history, as North did. Poor young John wouldn't have dreamed of making deals with drug dealer Manny Noriega to aid in the support of the drug smuggling Contras, as North did. No, John Clements was certainly not in Ollie North's league, he couldn't have done a millionth of the damage North and his protectors have been accused of doing to the American people, even if he wanted to.

But John Clements did do something Ollie North never did and probably never will do—he went to jail. A jury of his peers in Gainseville Florida found more than enough evidence to convict him of Conspiracy to violate the federal drug laws. The judge sentenced him to thirty years in a Federal prison. Ollie North on the other hand was only charged with lying to a Congress so mistrusted and disrespected by the American people that he was virtually applauded for the crime.

Criminality in drug trafficking cases is lot easier than proving whether or not someone lied to Congress and is certainly a lot less "heroic." Statements like "I don't remember," "I didn't know," and "No one told me," or "I sought approval from my superiors for every one of my actions," are only accepted as valid defenses by Congressmen and Senators with difficulties balancing check books—not American jurors trying drug cases. And when you're found guilty you got to jail—you don't run for a seat on the Senate.

And why would I volunteer to kidnap Ollie? For three reasons: first, kidnapping is now legal; second, I have experience kidnapping; and third, it is the only way those tens of millions of Americans who have suffered the betrayal of their own government will ever see even a glimmer of justice.

Several years after Kiki's last tape-recorded cries were shoved well under a government rug, a maverick group of DEA agents decided to take the law into their own hands. Working without the knowledge or approval of most of the top DEA bosses, whom they mistrusted, the agents arranged to have Dr. Humberto Alvarez Machain, a Mexican citizen alleged to have participated in Kiki's murder, abducted at gun point in Guadalajara Mexico and brought to Los Angeles to stand trial.

On June 16, 1992, the United States Supreme Court ruled in the landmark Machain Decision that the actions of those agents was "legal." The ruling said in no uncertain terms that U.S. law enforcement authorities could literally and figuratively kidnap violators of American drug law in whatever country they found them and drag them physically and against their will to the U.S. to stand trial. Immediately thereafter the Ayatollahs declared that they too could rove the world and kidnap violators of Islamic law and drag them back to Iran to stand trial. Kidnapping, therefore, has now become an accepted tool of law enforcement throughout the world.

Resorting to all sorts of wild extremes to bring drug traffickers to justice is nothing new for the U.S. government. At various times during my career as a DEA agent I was assigned to some pretty unorthodox operations—nothing quite as radical as invading Panama and killing a thousand innocents to capture long-time CIA asset Manny Noriega—but I was once, (long before the Machain Decision), assigned to a group of undercover agents on a kidnapping mission. Posing as a soccer team, we landed in Argentina in a chartered jet during the wee hours of the morning, where the Argentine Federal Police had three international drug dealers—two of whom had never in their lives set foot in the United States—waiting for us trussed up in straight-jackets with horse feed-bags over their heads, each beaten to a pulpy, toothless mess. In those years we used to call it a "controlled expulsion." I think I like the honesty of kidnapping a little better.

By now you're probably saying, "Get real Levine you live in a nation whose politicians ripped their own people off for half a trillion dollars in a savings and loan scam, a nation whose Attorney General ordered the FBI to attack a house full of innocent babies, and this is the decade of Ruby Ridge, Waco and Whitewater-gate; your own people sent Kiki Camarena to Mexico to be murdered and then gave aid and comfort to those who murdered him—how can you expect justice?"

If you aren't saying these things you should be. And you'd be right. Under the current two-party, rip-off system of American politics with their complete control of main stream media, I expect Ollie North to have a bright future in politics, while hundreds of thousands of Americans like John rot in jail. Ollie North, after all, is the perfect candidate. But there is one faint glimmer of hope remaining, and it isn't in America.

Since the democratic and staunchly anti-drug Costa Rica is, thus far, the only nation with the courage to have publicly accused Oliver North, a US Ambassador and a CIA station chief of running drugs from their sovereignty to the United States, I find myself, duty-bound to make them, or any other nation that would have the courage to make similar charges, the following offer:

I, Michael Levine, twenty-five year veteran undercover agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration, given the mandate of the Supreme Court's Machain Decision and in fulfillment of my oath to the U.S. government and its taxpayers to arrest and seize all those individuals who would smuggle or cause illegal drugs to be smuggled into the United States or who would aid and abet drug smugglers, do hereby volunteer my services to any sovereign, democratic nation who files legal Drug Trafficking charges against Colonel Oliver North and any of his cohorts; to do everything in my power including kidnapping him, seizing his paper shredder, reading him his constitutional rights and dragging his butt to wherever that sovereignty might be, (with or without horse feed-bag); to once-and-for-all stand trial for the horrific damages caused to my country, my fellow law enforcement officers, and to my family.
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Postby coffin_dodger » Fri Aug 23, 2019 3:30 pm

Anyone paying attention - in the rest of the world, outside of the Anglo-Saxon centric - knows that the FBI is the secret police of America.

The FBI have been at work for nigh on 70 years, following the dictat issued by the controlling powers of the US - and here you are, Fruh, pointing out that which anyone who is remotely cognisant of how things work is well-aware of.

It feels to me like you may well be flogging a dead horse. I say this because there is a cognitive dissonance at play which precludes anyone but the most keenly interested in truth, from actually giving a damn.

Of course, this web site is populated, in the main, by those kind of people - that give a damn. However, many of these minds, whilst sensing that there is something deeply wrong with their culture, cannot take the step towards acknowledging that to change the way the world works, means sacrifice. I do not mean cutting the throat of a herd animal kind of sacrifice, but the kind of sacrifice where changing the world around them may be painful on a personal level. Their families may suffer - there may be real hardship, loss, pain. This is unacceptable to most.
It's a dichotemy that keeps the controlling powers exactly where they want to be.

This thread is an invaluable resource on the crimes of America's own secret police, something for the history books to refer back to, should they be written thus, but -

crimes that are close to home are nowhere as easy to cope with - in the collective US psyche - as the exotic, faraway crimes of others. The faraway crimes are far more remote and thus appealing - witness the fervid denunciation of Russia, Iran, Syria, Irag, Afghanistan, which are seared into the American imagination at the behest of the media - none of which compare to what your own secret police do to your own population daily.

We each preach to the converted in the most effective way possible.
I wonder if that is enough in this day and age.

Do you have anything to absolutely blow the lid off this shit?
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This is a tale of two worlds.  One is fabulous, and full of opportunity. The other, less so. Guess which world supplies the sex slaves?
The 2000-page release of sealed documents in former sex slave Virginia Roberts’ lawsuit against Jeffrey Epstein is a deep dive into the often batshit-crazy rituals of Florida’s lower middle class, as well as those who exploit them.
It’s a treasure chest filled with hidden Easter eggs.
To make sense of what Epstein was doing—and for whom—studying the court docs is a must, especially because the first spate of mainstream news stories picked only low-hanging fruit. The usual suspects.
That sex slaves were being recruited at Mar-a-Lago didn’t seem to register.
Also being mentioned, sotto voce, are several others. Democrats. Ex-governor of New Mexico Bill Richardson. Former Senator George Mitchell.

Wait. George Mitchell? The guy that entered the U.S. Senate from Maine under Truman or Eisenhower? The very same. (He actually became a Senator in 1980.)
He doesn’t look like any kind of smooth operator with the ladies, does he?  So why was he chosen to receive the loan for an evening of one of Epstein’s stable of not-yet-legal sex workers?
As it happens, I learned a few things about George Mitchell while investigating a close associate of his, who “just happens,” as they say, to have been the first world-class mega-wealthy Slavic oligarch to cut a swath along the East Coast.
More about him, and them, later. More about their plane. More about the pilot who flew them around. But first…
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In 1976 Bulger and Flemmi threatened a restaurant owner who refused to repay an outstanding debt to a Bosto
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Cop-Candidate Clash Heats Up
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SAPD cop accused of throwing flashlight at car windshield while directing traffic
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Milford Police Officer Fired After Just Weeks On The Job: Report
The new officer was arrested on a warrant earlier this month, police said.
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Melrose Park Cop Taken Into Custody For Maywood Homicide Aug. 27
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The incident that prompted Konica Morrow's controversial arrest by Joliet Police Officer Adam Stapleton occurred July 9.
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3 Russian cops fired after being accused of raping 17yo national team volleyball player
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White Indianapolis Cop Punches Black Teen in the Face ... s-car.html

Charge dropped against tow truck driver arrested while repossessing cop’s car
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In 1990s, Philly’s now-interim top cop wore T-shirt: ‘L.A.P.D. We Treat You
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Off-duty cop punches woman in face and his gun goes off during Jersey Shore fight, prosecutors say
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Police chief wanted to sleep with my wife and daughter in exchange for a promotion, cop claims
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Internal Watchdog Discovers DOJ Official Viewed Porn on Government Computers ... oth-enamel

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White supremacists 'swatted' my home to silence me. I will not be silent
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(Extensions of Remarks - July 11, 2002)

Feature Documentary - Silenced: Flight 800 And The Subversion Of Justice - YouTube

Jul 24, 2013 · Please Donate to help us keep this film free https://www ... ... story.html

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‘Wish You Were Here’: Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters to stage Assange rally outside UK Home Office
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August 29, 2019
FOIA 101: Appealing fees in Massachusetts
Lessons on how to approach a charge for your Massachusetts documents
Written by Ava Sasani
Edited by Beryl Lipton
You submit the perfect public records request. Weeks pass. With each one that goes by, you call and email the agency for some word of the files your future might hold. Finally, a FOIA officer replies to the most recent plea for documents. But when you open their email, your heart drops: your beloved agency is charging you a public records fee.
Don’t panic! If an agency or organization charges you for public records, in lots of states, you can appeal the fees, just as you would appeal a denial of records.
Back in June, I submitted a request for documents from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Roughly one month later, the University’s records officer wrote back with a bill for $2,200. ... l-edition/

August 30, 2019
This week’s FOIA round-up: Back-to-school edition
You’re no fool. You read the FOIA round-up.
Written by Beryl Lipton
Edited by Michael Morisy
In this week’s FOIA round-up, we take a look at the news on schools brought to you by public records and highlight some of MuckRock’s requests and projects.
Data from Seattle suggests that students’ access to recess can be broken down in racial terms. In North Carolina, lawyers for the University of North Carolina are back in court to prevent the release of names of known sexual misconduct perpetrators. In Illinois, public record requests are the only way to learn the reasons behind certain university employee terminations. And, at the University of Michigan, the defense of former president Lou Anna Simon and her handling of serial sex offender Larry Nasser has a price tag approaching $1 million.
See a great use of public records we missed? Send over your favorite FOIA stories via email, on Twitter, or on Facebook, and maybe we’ll include them in the next round-up. And if you’d like even more inspiration, read past round-ups.
UNC, required to release sexual misconduct records, goes to the state Supreme Court
In April 2018 the North Carolina Court of Appeals unanimously ruled that the University of North Carolina will need to provide records detailing the names and violations of individuals found guilty of rape or sexual assault by the university. UNC tried to argue that the records were exempt from disclosure under the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), which the Court of Appeals found unconvincing. Now the college has taken the case to the state’s Supreme Court.
The initial request for information about the crimes was submitted in November 2016 by a team of new outlets including WRAL, The Charlotte Observer, and The Daily Tar Heel, the university’s daily student newspaper.
You can read more about the ongoing court battles on The Daily Tar Heel.
Records reveal true reasons behind firings at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
A joint investigation by NPR Illinois and ProPublica has revealed that terminations at the largest college in the state were sometimes conducted to prevent employees’ shortcomings from ever reaching the public. Terminations were often accompanied by confidentiality clauses, which limited the university from proactively discussing the conditions of the departures. Public records requests, like those submitted by NPR Illinois, are one of the only ways to get access to these details. While the college has said it will no longer be including such provisions in its agreements, these clauses are commonly used at other universities.
You can read the whole story on ProPublica or NPR Illinois.
Is recess a racial issue? In Seattle, the data suggests that it is.
Data and reporting in Seattle suggest that students at whiter, more affluent schools get 15 minutes or more recess than students at schools where the population is poorer or of color. Recess data was obtained via a public records request to Seattle Public Schools. More than half of black students attend a low-recess school.
You can read the report on KUOW. ... a-16853259

'Bring Bob back' – Plea for safe return of pop-up cop removed from busy B937 road in Fife
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‘Go Punch Someone Your Size B*tch’: Video Captures Moment Indiana Cop Swings on Black Teen with Closed Fist
By Lauren Floyd -
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Odessa-Midland Shooter Called FBI Tip Line Minutes Before Rampage: ‘He Was On A Long Spiral Down’
FBI admits it has its own mental health problems not equipped to deal
With someone else’s problems.

See FBI agent caught masturbating. ... _pris.html
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Traficant Promises To Expose FBI Corruption

Congressional Record Volume 146, Number 71 (Friday, June 9, 2000)]
[Extensions of Remarks]
[Pages E955-E956]
From the Congressional Record Online through the Government Publishing Office []




of ohio

in the house of representatives

Friday, June 9, 2000

Mr. TRAFICANT. Mr. Speaker, earlier this year I introduced
legislation, H.R. 4105, to establish an independent federal agency to
investigate allegations of wrongdoing on the part of Justice Department
personnel. As part of my ongoing efforts to have this important
legislation enacted into law, I have been investigating allegations of
wrongdoing within the Justice Department that have not been
appropriately and completed investigated and prosecuted.
One of the incidents I uncovered occurred in my own Congressional
District, and it involves serious allegations of misconduct on the part
of the Federal Bureau of Investigation agents in Youngstown, Ohio. The
attached sworn affidavit makes serious allegations that should be
aggressively investigated by the Justice Department and Congress.

State of Ohio, County of Trumbull--Affidavit of James A. Kerchum

After having been duly sworn in accordance with law, I,
James A. Kerchum, hereby depose and say:
(1) I, James A. Kerchum, was an active participant of the
Mahoning Valley Corruption Task Force during the approximate
period of February 1998 thru April 23, 1999.
(2) During the period of February 1998 thru April 23, 1999,
I primarily planned and

[[Page E956]]

worked with the following people: Louis Slay, Director
Supervisor U.S. Dept. of Justice; Anthony Sporanza, Special
Agent FBI; Mike Cizmar, Special Agent FBI; Pete Proach,
Special Agent FBI; Wally Sines, Special Agent FBI; and Dennis
Direnzo, Agent BCI & I
(3) During the hereinabove written time period I was
primarily a paid informant for the FBI and my FBI Code Name
was Cheeze 1. My main FBI contact was Special Agent Mike
(4) During the hereinabove written time period, FBI Special
Agent Mike Cizmar related the following to me:
(a) Congressman Jim Traficant was the FBI's number one
target across the United States because he beat them in a
Federal Court in Cleveland, Ohio in 1983 and that he was an
embarrassment to the FBI.
(b) The FBI investigated Jim Traficant from the time he was
the Mahoning County Sheriff and that the FBI was going to get
him one way or another.
(c) When you go to Quantico, Virginia there is one special
class you take and that's on getting Jim Traficant.
(d) If I got Jim Traficant, they would build a monument for
me in Washington, D.C.
FBI Special Agent Anthony Sporanza also made statements in
support of the hereinabove written.
(5) Within the herinabove written time period FBI Special
Agent Mike Cizmar asked me to kill Girard, Ohio Police
Detective Anthony Zuppo.
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Cop Under Investigation Called Woman 'Cum Dumpster,' Beat Civilians, Lawsuits Say
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DOJ declines charges against FBI agent who shot kidnapping victim from Conroe in botched 2018 rescue

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The F.B.I. Deemed Agents Faultless in 150 Shootings ... ut-of-2-1m

SEC Says FBI Agent Helped Bilk Investors Out Of $2.1M ... 209919001/

Asbury Park cops arrested, charged with vandalizing complainant's cars

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Pilots, Pedophiles, a Lingerie Model, & ‘The Pirate of Prague’
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September 4, 2019
Heading to #ONA19? Come celebrate DocumentCloud’s 10th birthday!
Get a sneak peak at the DocumentCloud relaunch
Written by Michael Morisy
Edited by Beryl Lipton
The MuckRock crew is heading to New Orleans for the Online News Association’s conference, and we’d love to see you! Come join us on Friday, September 13 for two events: DocumentCloud’s tenth birthday party at 4:30 pm, followed by a Hacks/Hackers cocktail hour at 6 pm.
Each event will offer a chance to meet the team, learn about what we’ve been working on, and get exclusive swag, including your first chance to purchase brand new DocumentCloud t-shirts.
DocumentCloud’s 10th Anniversary: 100 million pages & just getting started
We’ll kick things off at the Sheraton with a birthday party hosted by the Knight Foundation where we look back at DocumentCloud’s history, present and future. We’ll have DocumentCloud stickers, pins, t-shirts and, of course, cake to celebrate, and we’ll be getting your feedback on what we should be working on next.
This reception runs from 4:30 – 5:30 pm. While the event is free, an RSVP is required so register now.
RSVP to DocumentCloud's birthday party
Refactoring the News: A cocktail hour for hacking inclusive media
But the fun doesn’t stop there! We’re joining together with Hacks/Hackers and enotice to co-host a cocktail reception at Lucid on 365 Canal Street at 6 pm. The event will include food, drinks, and lightning talks from journalists, media entrepreneurs, and technologists on what a more inclusive media would look like, all with one of the best views of the city and just minutes away from the main conference venue.
RSVP to Refactoring the News
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EPA is latest agency to stop accepting FOIA requests via email
Following the FBI’s “gold standard,” the agency is directing requesters to file through a portal or snail mail
Written by JPat Brown
Edited by Beryl Lipton
Under the Environmental Protection Agency’s new FOIA regulations which were implemented back in July, the EPA is no longer accepting request submissions via email, joining the Federal Bureau of Investigation in requiring requests be made through an online portal or snail mail.
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America's forensic-investigation system is overdue for sweeping reform.
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Why I Don’t Speak of the Fake News of “9/11” Anymore
By Edward Curtin
September 13, 2019

This article was posted last year but is still pertinent, so I am re-posting it.

Tuesday, September 11, 2001, was a non-teaching day for me. I was home when the phone rang at 9 A.M. It was my daughter, who was on a week’s vacation with her future husband. “Turn on the TV,” she said. “Why?” I asked. “Haven’t you heard? A plane hit the World Trade Tower.”

I turned the TV on and watched a plane crash into the Tower. I said, “They just showed a replay.” She quickly corrected me, “No, that’s another plane.” And we talked as we watched in horror, learning that it was the South Tower this time. Sitting next to my daughter was my future son-in-law; he had not had a day off from work in a year. He had finally taken a week’s vacation so they could go to Cape Cod. He worked on the 100th floor of the South Tower. By chance, he had escaped the death that claimed 176 of his co-workers.

That was my introduction to the attacks. Seventeen years have disappeared behind us, yet it seems like yesterday. And yet again, it seems like long, long ago.

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Over the next few days, as the government and the media accused Osama bin Laden and 19 Arabs of being responsible for the attacks, I told a friend that what I was hearing wasn’t believable; the official story was full of holes. I am a born and bred New Yorker with a long family history rooted in the NYC Fire and Police Departments, one grandfather having been the Deputy Chief of the Fire Department, the highest ranking uniformed firefighter, and the other a NYPD cop; a niece and her husband were NYPD detectives deeply involved in the response to that day’s attacks. Hearing the absurd official explanations and the deaths of so many innocent people, including many hundreds of firefighters, cops, and emergency workers, I felt a suspicious rage. It was a reaction that I couldn’t fully explain, but it set me on a search for the truth. I proceeded in fits and starts, but by the fall of 2004, with the help of the extraordinary work of David Ray Griffin, Michael Ruppert, and other early skeptics, I could articulate the reasons for my initial intuition. I set about creating and teaching a college course on what had come to be called 9/11.

But I no longer refer to the events of that day by those numbers. Let me explain why.

By 2004 I had enough solid evidence to convince me that the U.S. government’s claims (and The 9/11 Commission Report) were fictitious. They seemed so blatantly false that I concluded the attacks were a deep-state intelligence operation whose purpose was to initiate a national state of emergency to justify wars of aggression, known euphemistically as “the war on terror.” The sophistication of the attacks, and the lack of any proffered evidence for the government’s claims, suggested that a great deal of planning had been involved.

Yet I was chagrined and amazed by so many people’s insouciant lack of interest in questioning and researching the most important world event since the assassination of President Kennedy. I understood the various psychological dimensions of this denial, the fear, cognitive dissonance, etc., but I sensed something else as well. For so many people their minds seemed to have been “made up” from the start. I found that many young people were the exceptions, while most of their elders dared not question the official narrative. These included many prominent leftist critics of American foreign policy, such as Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, Alexander Cockburn, and others, whose defenses of the official government and media explanations (when they even made such defenses; often they just trashed skeptics as “9/11 conspiracy nuts,” to quote Cockburn) totally lacked any scientific or logical rigor or even knowledge of the facts. Now that seventeen years have elapsed, this seems truer than ever. There is a long list of leftists who refuse to examine matter to this very day. And most interestingly, they also do the same with the assassination of JFK, the other key seminal event of recent American history.

I kept thinking of the ongoing language and logic used to describe what had happened that terrible day in 2001 and in the weeks to follow. It all seemed so clichéd and surreal, as if set phrases had it been extracted from some secret manual, phrases that rung with an historical resonance that cast a spell on the public, as if mass hypnosis were involved. People seemed mesmerized as they spoke of the events in the official language that had been presented to them.

So with the promptings of people like Graeme MacQueen, Lance deHaven-Smith, T.H. Meyer, et al., and much study and research, I have concluded that my initial intuitive skepticism was correct and that a process of linguistic mind-control was in place before, during, and after the attacks. As with all good propaganda, the language had to be insinuated over time and introduced through intermediaries. It had to seem “natural” and to flow out of events, not to precede them. And it had to be repeated over and over again.

In summary form, I will list the language I believe “made up the minds” of those who have refused to examine the government’s claims about the September 11 attacks and the subsequent anthrax attacks.

Pearl Harbor. As pointed out by David Ray Griffin and others, this term was used in September 2000 in The Project for the New American Century’s (PNAC) report, “Rebuilding America’s Defenses” (p.51). Its neo-con authors argued that the U.S. wouldn’t be able to attack Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, etc. “absent some catastrophic event – like a new Pearl Harbor.” Then on January 11, 2001, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld’s “Space Commission” warned that the U.S. could face a “space Pearl Harbor” if it weren’t careful and didn’t increase space security. Rumsfeld urged support for the proposed U.S. national missile defense system opposed by Russia and China and massive funding for the increased weaponization of space. At the same time he went around handing out and recommending Pearl Harbor: Warning and Decision (1962) by Roberta Wohlstetter, who had spent almost two decades working for The Rand Corporation and who claimed that Pearl Harbor was a surprise attack that shocked U.S. leaders. Pearl Harbor, Pearl Harbor, Pearl Harbor – those words and images dominated public consciousness for many months before 11 September 2001, and of course after. The film Pearl Harbor, made with Pentagon assistance and a massive budget, was released on May 25, 2001 and was a box office hit. It was in the theatres throughout the summer. The thought of the attack on Pearl Harbor (not a surprise to the U.S. government, but presented as such) was in the news all summer despite the fact that the 60th anniversary of that attack was not until December 7, 2001, a more likely release date. So why was it released so early? Once the September 11 attacks occurred, the Pearl Harbor analogy was “plucked out” of the social atmosphere and used constantly, beginning immediately. Another “Day of Infamy,” another surprise attack blared the media and governme
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Discipline for Manhattan cops accused of doing nothing for assault victim


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Justice Department Awards Kavanaugh Team One of Its Highest Honors
Previously, the award has been given to terrorism, human trafficking and other criminal prosecution teams.

The Justice Department is giving its second-highest award for employee performance to the attorneys involved in Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court last year. In contrast, previous recipients worked on terrorism, human trafficking and other criminal prosecutions.
Attorney General William Barr next month will present the Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service ... ons-report

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Ex-cop accused of stealing tires while on disability pleads not guilty
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Cop punched man 12 times
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NYPD cop busted for molesting 10-year-old girl


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Intelligence watchdog refuses to tell Congress about whistleblower’s complaint ... story.html

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev loses a lawyer for pending appeal in Boston Marathon bombing case

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Gov. Mills names members of new Maine council on climate change
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Police detective resigns after twice making comments about shooting up a station if he didn’t get transferred


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Ex-Palm Beach top cop thinks Jeffrey Epstein had a police mole
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Appeals Court Rejects Qualified Immunity Claim by Dallas Transit Cop Who Arrested a Photographer for Taking Pictures
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N.J. cop convicted of stealing from Walmart, Target while in uniform using counterfeit bar codes
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PD: New Haven cop associated with gang members
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Top cop scolded by Police Board for ‘insulting’ failure to deliver report
Police Board President Ghian Foreman clashed with Supt. Eddie Johnson’s decision at Thursday night’s meeting.
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Police enabled 'predator' Ed Buck by ignoring black gay men, victim's mother says
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UCLA prof who mapped the costs of incarceration in L.A. wins a MacArthur

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David Burnham—an award-winning former New York Times reporter and a pioneering data journalist—is the co-founder and co-director of the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), a joint project between the Newhouse School and the Whitman School based here at Newhouse. 
TRAC specializes in using the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to obtain federal government administrative records. It performs sophisticated statistical analyses on the records it collects to make sense of and verify these complex relational files with millions of individual, case-by-case records. TRAC then builds data mining tools that enable it—along with journalists, policy makers, citizens and other researchers—to analyze and assess federal policies and practices. TRAC's information is utterly unique in the marketplace of ideas, and its findings are frequently cited in major news reports and research journals.
Concrete government information, much of it obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, has been central to his work as both a reporter and a researcher. Burnham started as a reporter in 1958, working for UPI, Newsweek, CBS and other organizations. From 1968 to 1986, he was an investigative reporter with The New York Times in New York and Washington, with much of his coverage concentrating on enforcement, regulatory and surveillance issues. He has written three books and numerous magazine articles. His most recent book, “Above the Law: Secret Deals, Political Fixes, and Other Misadventures of the U.S. Department of Justice,” was published by Scribner in 1996.  His investigative book on the Internal Revenue Service, “A Law Unto Itself: Power, Politics and the IRS,” was published in 1990 by Random House. A third book, “The Rise of the Computer State,” was published in 1984.
Over the years, Burnham has received a number of professional honors including the George Polk Award for Community Service, Long Island University, 1968; the Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellowship, 1987; the Best Investigative Book of 1990, Investigative Reporters and Editors, 1990; and the Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship, Bellagio, Italy, 1992. In 2003, Burnham was awarded an honorary doctorate degree in Humane Letters from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. In 2006, he was inducted into the National Freedom of Information Act Hall of Fame.
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Former state attorney general from Mexico sentenced to 20 years for helping cartel smuggle drugs to U.S. cities


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Suspended Margate cop arrested in undercover drug buy, police say


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99 years for kicking a cop? That’s the sentence a Texas man just got, authorities say

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Suspended Edison cop tried to cover up collision, then unlawfully get info on the other driver, authorities allege
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La Paz Cop Pulls Black Man Over for Air Freshener
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Suicide by cop” is murder by cop
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Hudson Valley Cop Killed 4 Men, 1 Killed With Zip Tie

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Deeply disturbing': Prince George's Co. cop accused of attacking girlfriend is suspended

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‘Absolutely zero accountability:’ Ex-FBI agent explains how Trump could legally skirt additional DOJ scrutiny on Ukraine

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Democrats, Please Don’t Mess This Up. Impeach Trump for All His Crimes, Not Just for Ukraine.
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September 30, 2019
What we talk about when we talk about █████: Secrecy, overclassification, and the the CIA’s hidden history
Sometimes even the most trivial CIA stories have the most to tell
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In August 1978, Admiral Stansfield Turner, who at that point had been the director of the Central Intelligence Agency for little over a year, held a town hall meeting in Anaheim, California to discuss the future of the CIA.
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Fired, then rehired
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Report: Memphis cop handcuffs EMT who just wanted a hot dog from the break room

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Fort Myers police department hires former FBI agent to be inspector general

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FBI agent gets 6 years for abduction

The former special agent in charge of the FBI's Toledo office will spend six years in a Virginia prison for abducting his girlfriend last year.
Carl L. Spicocchi, 55, was sentenced Wednesday in Arlington County Circuit Court to 10 years with seven years suspended for an abduction conviction and three years for using a firearm while committing a felony, said Richard Trodden, commonwealth attorney for Arlington County.
Spicocchi pleaded guilty to the charges in December.
During the sentencing hearing, a powerful victim statement was read detailing the Aug. 23 incident in which Spicocchi held his girlfriend against her will and terrorized her, Mr. Trodden said.
"It was a narration of about six hours of sheer terror that the victim suffered at the hands of the defendant," he said.
The victim told the court that Spicocchi had hidden in a closet, armed with tape, a knife, and a gun, and that he then dragged her around her apartment by her hair, stripped her naked, beat her, and threatened to kill her.
The victim said he put the gun to her head and threatened to shoot. And he told her he could cut her veins and know exactly how long it would take for her to bleed to death because of his law enforcement training.
Spicocchi, who was in Arlington on a temporary assignment as a supervisor at the FBI

Did J. Edgar Hoover Really Wear Dresses? Welcome to the bizarre world of J. Edgar Hoover, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1924 until his death in 1972. Rumors of Hoover's homosexuality were rampant but suppressed during his lifetime. A favorite story is that Mob-friendly lawyer (and deep closet case) Roy Cohn possessed a photograph of Hoover in drag, which he used to blackmail the FBI director into denying the existence of the Mafia. In 1993, Anthony Summers, in his book Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover, also claimed that Hoover did not pursue organized crime because the Mafia had blackmail material on him. In support of that, Summers quoted Susan L. Rosenstiel, a former wife of Lewis S. Rosenstiel, chairman of Schenley Industries Inc., as saying that in 1958, she was at a party at the Plaza Hotel where Hoover engaged in cross-dressing in front of her then-husband and Roy Cohn, former counsel to Senator Joe McCarthy.

"He [Hoover] was wearing a fluffy black dress, very fluffy, with flounces and lace stockings and high heels, and a black curly wig," Summers quoted Susan as saying. "He had makeup on and false eyelashes." Susan claimed Cohn introduced Hoover to her as "Mary." Hoover allegedly responded, "Good evening." She said she saw Hoover go into a bedroom and take off his skirt. There, "young blond boys" worked on him in bed. Later, as Hoover and Cohn watched, Lewis Rosenstiel had sex with the young boys.
A year later, Susan claimed, she again saw Hoover at the Plaza. This time, the director was wearing a red dress. Around his neck was a black feather boa. He was holding a Bible, and he asked one of the blond boys to read a passage as another boy played with him. It was episodes such as these, Summers declared, that the Mafia held over Hoover's head. "M
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Bordentown Police chief Frank Nucera guilty of lying to feds about attack on Trenton teen

Nucera, who made more than $150,000 as police chief and another $20,000 to share duties as township administrator, also faces the loss of his six-figure pension, which has been frozen since March. He retired in January 2017 amid the FBI probe.
“He’s frankly shocked by it because if you’re the person who was there and know you didn’t do it, it’s disheartening after a 34-year career to be in that position," Cipparone Jr. said. "He took it with grace, but he doesn’t like it.”
The charges stemmed from a police call to the township hotel after a manager mistakenly believed Stroye, then 18, and his 16-year-old girlfriend were swimming in the pool without paying for a room.
Stroye was arrested following a scuffle with Lt. Shawn Mount. Mount described it as the fight for his life. 
Prosecutors said Nucera slammed the handcuffed Stroye's head into a door jamb as he was being escorted from the second-floor hotel stairwell to a police cruiser. The defense denied Nucera ever put his hands on the Trenton teen, and the police chief made no admissions on dozens of secret recordings made by a colleague.
Sgt. Nathan Roohr testified at the three-week trial that he saw the police chief grab and slam Stroye's head "like a basketball" into the metal door jamb. Roohr turned over 81 secret recordings of Nucera using racial slurs, including about Stroye within hours of the alleged attack.
The chief also compared blacks to the terrorist organization ISIS, claimed they had "no value" and remarked that President Donald Trump was the "last hope" for white America.

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Ex-cop Fielded by Sena Claims to Have Spent 2.5 Yrs of Encounter Case Jail Term in Hospital
The 1983-batch state police service officer, who opted for voluntary retirement earlier this year, made this admission while addressing a rally in Nallasopara area of neighbouring Palghar district earlier this week.

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Angry ex-NYPD officer, after dodging jail time with his partner for sexual encounter with teen inside police van, rips his accuser as a money-hungry liar
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