Jack Blood on “The Ochelli Effect” 7.26.14

June 27, 2014 by  
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Thanks to the “Blind JFK Researcher” Chuck Ochelli

The Corbett Report: Interview 907 – Deadline Headlines with Jack Blood

June 27, 2014 by  
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THE CORBETT REPORT!

Jack Blood of DeadlineLive.info joins us for his regular monthly news round up. This month we discuss the problem at the US-Mexican border as the amnesty/immigration debate seems to be coming to a head as new immigration detention centers are being built by DHS. We also cover the Iraq situation and the Keystone/Capstone pipeline, the lawless TSA and lawless government in general, the death of David Rockefeller’s son, and the paradigm busting Krist Novoselic, former bass player of Nirvana.

SHOW NOTES:

Immigration Paradigm: New “Detention Centers” to be built by DHS

Iraq conflict: Could it boost the Keystone XL pipeline bid?

Israel accepts first delivery of disputed Kurdish pipeline oil

Despite Protests, Canada Approves Northern Gateway Oil Pipeline

Do as we say, not as we do: TSA Naked Scanners Illegal but They’re Using Them Anyway

Final Report on Richard Rockefeller Plane Crash

Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic on Punk, FairVote, Why He Dumped the Dems, & Why the GOP Should Embrace Anarchy

Las Vegas Shooters Were Police Informants

June 19, 2014 by  
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Why should we be surprised?



Jerad and Amanda Miller, who were banished from Bunkerville by supporters of Cliven Bundy, had worked as informants for Nevada law enforcement agencies. After the Millers murdered three people — Las Vegas Metro Officers Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo, and Joseph Wilcox, an armed citizen who heroically tried to stop their rampage — their former handlers claimed that they were unaware of the couple’s “anti-police sentiments.” That claim is difficult to credit, given that Jerad Miller had a lengthy criminal record, and the fact that the couple had made itself very prominent in protests associated with the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Jerad Miller, who was mired in the probation system because of narcotics convictions, was precisely the kind of person whose vulnerabilities make him valuable as an informant and provocateur.

The Millers were among many hundreds of people who traveled to Bunkerville, Nevada to support rancher Cliven Bundy in his confrontation with the BLM. They may well have been the only volunteers who were asked to leave because of concerns regarding what was described as their “aggressive nature and volatility.” During their brief visit, however, Jerad was interviewed by the local NBC affiliate, which meant that he was depicted as representative of the people who had rallied to the Bundy family’s cause.

Predictably, following the couple’s subsequent killing spree critics of Cliven Bundy claimed that the rancher, his supporters, and the entire “insurrectionist right” shared collective responsibility for that crime. Honest people who aren’t imprisoned in collectivist ideology would recognize that rather than being radicalized by so-called anti-government extremists, Jerad Miller is more properly seen as a living example of “blowback” in the government’s war on drugs.

Drug War Blowback: Vegas Murderers Were Police Informants

Sin City: ‘Vegas Shooters’ Had Relationship with Nevada Police – Active Shooting Drills Provided Backdrop

Las Vegas gunman killed by police, not wife, authorities say

New Witness comes forward claiming she Saw Missing Malaysian Airliner MH370 with 2 other planes above while on Fire

June 5, 2014 by  
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British woman Katherine Tee is saying she spotted what she believes is the missing Malaysian Air flight MH370 while she was sailing.

 

Yahoo News

 She saw in early March, but is only now coming forward because she did not believe her eyes at the time.

Tee said that while she and her husband Marc Horn were sailing across the Indian Ocean from India to Thailand, she spotted what looked like a plane on fire during the night of March 7. She thought she was hallucinating, but after the media coverage, she looked up the flight plan of the aircraft and discovered their journeys intersected, Business Insider reports.

“It caught my attention because I had never seen a plane with orange lights before so I wondered what they were,” Tee said. “It looked longer than planes usually do. There was what appeared to be black smoke behind it. Since that’s not something you see every day, I questioned my mind. I was looking at what appeared to be an elongated plane glowing bright orange, with a trail of black smoke behind it. It did occur to me that it might be a meteorite. But I thought it was more likely that I was going insane.”

The more interesting observation Tee made was that the plane was not alone.

“There were two other planes well above it — moving the other way — at the time,” she said. “They had normal navigation lights. I remember thinking that if it was a plane on fire that I was seeing, the other aircraft would report it.”

Since authorities still haven’t found the plane, Tee feels bad for not saying something sooner.

“Will this help the authorities of the families get closure? I have no idea … but I chose to sweep it under the carpet and now I feel really bad,” she said. ”Maybe I should have had a little more confidence in myself. I am sorry I didn’t take action sooner.”

Alleged Pipe Bomber Dies in Federal Custody (2nd time a “Bomber” has died while in custody in a month!)

June 5, 2014 by  
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Last month we reported that the “Walmart” bomber had died in Federal custody.

Story here: Walmart Bomber (FBI Sting Op) found Dead in prison… Tells no tales

The U.S. Bureau of Prisons said Thursday that 52-year-old Larry Ray Gillette was discovered unresponsive at the Federal Detention Center at SeaTac on Wednesday and was taken to a hospital, but could not be revived.

Monday the 28th of April. Larry Gillette allegedly told an undercover police officer that he hoped for “carnage” in the bombing of a Walmart and two nearby gas stations. Federal prosecutors claim Gillette, 53, tried to acquire a bomb and four pistols from an undercover officer during a sting operation. The bombing of the Walmart was to be a diversion while he robbed local banks.

Again the bomb he was given was a dummy bomb, it never would have exploded. The official FBI complaint filed can be viewed here

 

Now we find history repeating itself – also in the month of May 2014! Whats going on here?:

Federal bomb-making suspect  dies in custody

A Raymond man in custody in Fresno County on federal bomb-making charges died late last month, authorities confirmed Wednesday.

Richard Wilson Key Jr., 37, died May 26 at Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno, the Fresno County Coroner’s Office confirmed.

Key, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers employee, was indicted May 22 on a charge of planting pipe bombs at the Crossroads Christian School in Madera on May 4 and a Chowchilla Shell gas station on March 28, according to the FBI.

According to federal court records, Key was scheduled for arraignment the day after his indictment was handed down, but the May 23 hearing was continued after Judge Stanley A. Boone learned Key had “injured himself and (was) in the hospital.”

U.S. Marshals Service officials informed the court May 27 that Key “passed away this weekend while in custody at the hospital,” court records state.

It was unclear Wednesday exactly what occurred that led to Key’s death. Key’s family did not comment Wednesday.

Key was still listed Wednesday as an inmate in custody at the Fresno County Jail. The coroner’s office confirmed an investigation is underway by the Fresno County Sheriff’s Department.

The Sheriff’s Department did not return numerous phone calls seeking comment Wednesday.

Key was arrested May 8 in connection with the two planted explosives. Neither suspected pipe bomb caused any injuries and both were safely defused. Investigators found a third suspected pipe bomb when they arrested Key, the FBI said.

According to a criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Fresno, the first pipe bomb was found March 28 on the ground between two large trash bins at the Shell gas station in the 100 block of North Chowchilla Boulevard.

“Written on the top of one of the caps in black pen were the words: ‘Pull to open’ and a smiley face was drawn on the bottom of the cap,” the complaint says. “The writing … demonstrated that this bomb was manufactured for the purpose of killing or seriously injuring an unsuspecting victim.”

Children at a private religious grade school found a similar device May 4 on property owned by Grace Community Church, the FBI said.

Authorities have not commented on possible motives in the case.

Read more here
There seems to be no information about how the suspect was identified – Or if this was also an FBI (JTTF) Sting Operation.

Police: man arrested in pipe bomb probe

 

 

TOR Radio: Jack Blood on Life, Death, and Taxes

June 4, 2014 by  
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On this edition of Traces of Reality Radio: Guillermo is joined by veteran radio show host and “original truther,” Jack Blood. We discuss Jack’s roots in the radio business and reflect on a career that spans two decades. We also discuss the evolution of alternative media, the music industry, occult symbolism in pop culture, Ron Paul, the benefits of localization and “voting with your dollars,” the income tax, and much more.

For a High Quality audio download of this episode, click here (right-click, and save-as).

 

 

SANDY HOOK COVENANT; Death Threats To Parents Trying To File Lawsuits, Lawyers Warned NOT To File Suits

June 1, 2014 by  
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2014.6.1 (AE) – The mystery of why no lawsuits have been filed by the parents of the Sandy Hook Massacre is because the only known attempt was met by death threats… yes, death threats to the parents via their lawyer.

The Connecticut state “Gatekeeper”, Claims Commissioner Paul Vance Jr., could not allow ANY lawsuits whatsoever to be brought forth… lawsuits allow discovery, the collection and freezing of the evidence, and this would expose the tremendous number of problems with the official Sandy Hook narrative.

The following video reviews the only attempt at launching a legal case, the immediate attacks on the lawyer, who would not disclose his client’s name, and the clear warning sent out to all lawyers by the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA).

 

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SANDY HOOK COVENANT

 

Bilderberg at 60: inside the world’s most secretive conference (Participants List)

May 29, 2014 by  
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See the participants list Below
London Guardian (MSM Coverage)
Topics on the agenda for the three-day summit first held on 29 May 1954 will include: does privacy exist?

It’s been a week of celebrations for Henry Kissinger. On Tuesday he turned 91, on Wednesday he broke his personal best in the 400m hurdles, and on Thursday in Copenhagen, he’ll be clinking champagne flutes with the secretary general of Nato and the queen of Spain, as they celebrate 60 glorious years of Bilderberg. I just hope George Osborne remembered to pack a party hat.

Thursday is the opening day of the influential three-day summit and it’s also the 60th anniversary of the Bilderberg Group’s first meeting, which took place in Holland on 29 May 1954. So this year’s event is a red-letter occasion, and the official participant list shows that the 2014 conference is a peculiarly high-powered affair.

The chancellor, at his seventh Bilderberg, is spending the next three days deep in conference with the heads of MI6, Nato, the International Monetary Fund, HSBC, Shell, BP and Goldman Sachs International, along with dozens of other chief executives, billionaires and high-ranking politicians from around Europe. This year also includes a visit from the supreme allied commander Europe, and a return of royalty – Queen Sofia of Spain and Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, the daughter of the Bilderberg founder Prince Bernhard.

Back in the 1950s, when Bernhard sent out the invitations, it was to discuss “a number of problems facing western civilization”. These days, the Bilderberg Group prefers to call them “megatrends”. The megatrends on this year’s agenda include: “What next for Europe?”, “Ukraine”, “Intelligence sharing” and “Does privacy exist?”

That’s an exquisite irony: the world’s most secretive conference discussing whether privacy exists. Certainly for some it does. It’s not just birthday bunting that’s gone up in Copenhagen: there’s also a double ring of three-metre (10ft) high security fencing. The hotel is teeming with security: lithe gentlemen in loose slacks and dark glasses, trying not to kill the birthday vibe. Or anyone else.

Already, two reporters have been arrested trying to interview the organisers of the conference in the Marriott hotel bar. It’s easy enough to keep your privacy intact when you’re employing so many people to guard it.

There’s something distinctly chilling about the existence of privacy being debated, in extreme privacy, by people such as the executive chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt, and the board member of Facebook Peter Thiel: exactly the people who know how radically transparent the general public has become.

And to have them discussing it with the head of MI6, Sir John Sawers, and Keith Alexander, the recently replaced head of the National Security Agency. And with people such as the head of AXA, the insurance and investment conglomerate – Henri de Castries. Perhaps no one is more interested in data collection and public surveillance than the insurance giants. For them, privacy is the enemy. Public transparency is a goldmine.

Back in 2010, Osborne proudly launched “the most radical transparency agenda the country has ever seen”. However, this transparency agenda doesn’t seem to extend to Osborne himself making a public statement about what he has discussed at this meeting. And with whom.

We know, from the agenda and list, that Osborne will be there with the foreign affairs ministers from Spain and Sweden, and the deputy secretary general of the French presidency. And from closer to home, the international development secretary, Justine Greening, and fellow Bilderberg veteran and shadow chancellor, Ed Balls.

We know that he’s scheduled to discuss the situation in Ukraine with extremely interested parties, such as the chief executive of the European arms giant Airbus, Thomas Enders. Not to mention the chief executive and chairman of “the defence & security company” Saab: Håkan Buskhe and Marcus Wallenberg. And billionaire investors including Henry Kravis of KKR, who is “always looking to sharpen” what he calls “the KKR edge”. Helping Kravis sharpen his edge is General David Petraeus, former director of the CIA, now head of the KKR Global Institute – a massive investment operation.

The Bilderberg Group says the conference has no desired outcome. But for private equity giants, and the heads of banks, arms manufacturers and oil companies, there’s always a desired outcome. Try telling the shareholders of Shell that there’s “no desired outcome” of their chairman and chief executive spending three days in conference with politicians and policy makers.

Try telling that to the lobbyists who have been working so hard to push the Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal that is being negotiated. Bilderberg is packed to the gills with senior members of powerful lobby groups. Will members of British American Business’s international advisory board, such as Douglas Flint and Peter Sutherland, express BAB’s fervent support of TTIP when discussing “Is the economic recovery sustainable?” Or will they leave their lobbying hats at the door?

MP Michael Meacher describes Bilderberg as “the cabal of the rich and powerful” who are working “to consolidate and extend the grip of the markets”. And they’re doing so “beyond the reach of the media or the public”. That said, every year, the press probes a little further behind the security fencing. Every year the questions for the politicians who attend, but remain silent, get harder.

They can try to laugh it off as a “talking shop” or a glorified knees-up, but these people haven’t come to Bilderberg to drink fizzy wine and pull party poppers. It’s possible that Reid Hoffman, the head of LinkedIn, has turned up for the birthday cake. But I doubt it. This is big business. And big politics. And big lobbying.

Bilderberg is big money, and they know how to spend it. From my spot outside, I’ve just seen three vans full of fish delicacies trundle into the hotel service entrance. I always thought there was something fishy about Bilderberg. Turns out that for tonight at least, it’s the rollmops.

 

Participants

Bilderberg Meetings

Copenhagen, Denmark 29 May – 1 June 2014

Current list of Participants

Status 26 May 2014

Chairman

FRA Castries, Henri de Chairman and CEO, AXA Group
   
DEU Achleitner, Paul M. Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG
DEU Ackermann, Josef Former CEO, Deutsche Bank AG
GBR Agius, Marcus Non-Executive Chairman, PA Consulting Group
FIN Alahuhta, Matti Member of the Board, KONE; Chairman, Aalto University Foundation
GBR Alexander, Helen Chairman, UBM plc
USA Alexander, Keith B. Former Commander, U.S. Cyber Command; Former Director, National Security Agency
USA Altman, Roger C. Executive Chairman, Evercore
FIN Apunen, Matti Director, Finnish Business and Policy Forum EVA
DEU Asmussen, Jörg State Secretary of Labour and Social Affairs
HUN Bajnai, Gordon Former Prime Minister; Party Leader, Together 2014
GBR Balls, Edward M. Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
PRT Balsemão, Francisco Pinto Chairman, Impresa SGPS
FRA Baroin, François Member of Parliament (UMP); Mayor of Troyes
FRA Baverez, Nicolas Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
USA Berggruen, Nicolas Chairman, Berggruen Institute on Governance
ITA Bernabè, Franco Chairman, FB Group SRL
DNK Besenbacher, Flemming Chairman, The Carlsberg Group
NLD Beurden, Ben van CEO, Royal Dutch Shell plc
SWE Bildt, Carl Minister for Foreign Affairs
NOR Brandtzæg, Svein Richard President and CEO, Norsk Hydro ASA
INT Breedlove, Philip M. Supreme Allied Commander Europe
AUT Bronner, Oscar Publisher, Der STANDARD Verlagsgesellschaft m.b.H.
SWE Buskhe, Håkan President and CEO, Saab AB
TUR Çandar, Cengiz Senior Columnist, Al Monitor and Radikal
ESP Cebrián, Juan Luis Executive Chairman, Grupo PRISA
FRA Chalendar, Pierre-André de Chairman and CEO, Saint-Gobain
CAN Clark, W. Edmund Group President and CEO, TD Bank Group
INT Coeuré, Benoît Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank
IRL Coveney, Simon Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine
GBR Cowper-Coles, Sherard Senior Adviser to the Group Chairman and Group CEO, HSBC Holdings plc
BEL Davignon, Etienne Minister of State
USA Donilon, Thomas E. Senior Partner, O’Melveny and Myers; Former U.S. National Security Advisor
DEU Döpfner, Mathias CEO, Axel Springer SE
GBR Dudley, Robert Group Chief Executive, BP plc
FIN Ehrnrooth, Henrik Chairman, Caverion Corporation, Otava and Pöyry PLC
ITA Elkann, John Chairman, Fiat S.p.A.
DEU Enders, Thomas CEO, Airbus Group
DNK Federspiel, Ulrik Executive Vice President, Haldor Topsøe A/S
USA Feldstein, Martin S. Professor of Economics, Harvard University; President Emeritus, NBER
CAN Ferguson, Brian President and CEO, Cenovus Energy Inc.
GBR Flint, Douglas J. Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc
ESP García-Margallo, José Manuel Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation
USA Gfoeller, Michael Independent Consultant
TUR Göle, Nilüfer Professor of Sociology, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
USA Greenberg, Evan G. Chairman and CEO, ACE Group
GBR Greening, Justine Secretary of State for International Development
NLD Halberstadt, Victor Professor of Economics, Leiden University
USA Hockfield, Susan President Emerita, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
NOR Høegh, Leif O. Chairman, Höegh Autoliners AS
NOR Høegh, Westye Senior Advisor, Höegh Autoliners AS
USA Hoffman, Reid Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, LinkedIn
CHN Huang, Yiping Professor of Economics, National School of Development, Peking University
USA Jackson, Shirley Ann President, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
USA Jacobs, Kenneth M. Chairman and CEO, Lazard
USA Johnson, James A. Chairman, Johnson Capital Partners
USA Karp, Alex CEO, Palantir Technologies
USA Katz, Bruce J. Vice President and Co-Director, Metropolitan Policy Program, The Brookings Institution
CAN Kenney, Jason T. Minister of Employment and Social Development
GBR Kerr, John Deputy Chairman, Scottish Power
USA Kissinger, Henry A. Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.
USA Kleinfeld, Klaus Chairman and CEO, Alcoa
TUR Koç, Mustafa Chairman, Koç Holding A.S.
DNK Kragh, Steffen President and CEO, Egmont
USA Kravis, Henry R. Co-Chairman and Co-CEO, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
USA Kravis, Marie-Josée Senior Fellow and Vice Chair, Hudson Institute
CHE Kudelski, André Chairman and CEO, Kudelski Group
INT Lagarde, Christine Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
BEL Leysen, Thomas Chairman of the Board of Directors, KBC Group
USA Li, Cheng Director, John L.Thornton China Center,The Brookings Institution
SWE Lifvendahl, Tove Political Editor in Chief, Svenska Dagbladet
CHN Liu, He Minister, Office of the Central Leading Group on Financial and Economic Affairs
PRT Macedo, Paulo Minister of Health
FRA Macron, Emmanuel Deputy Secretary General of the Presidency
ITA Maggioni, Monica Editor-in-Chief, Rainews24, RAI TV
GBR Mandelson, Peter Chairman, Global Counsel LLP
USA McAfee, Andrew Principal Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
PRT Medeiros, Inês de Member of Parliament, Socialist Party
GBR Micklethwait, John Editor-in-Chief, The Economist
GRC Mitsotaki, Alexandra Chair, ActionAid Hellas
ITA Monti, Mario Senator-for-life; President, Bocconi University
USA Mundie, Craig J. Senior Advisor to the CEO, Microsoft Corporation
CAN Munroe-Blum, Heather Professor of Medicine and Principal (President) Emerita, McGill University
USA Murray, Charles A. W.H. Brady Scholar, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
NLD Netherlands, H.R.H. Princess Beatrix of the
ESP Nin Génova, Juan María Deputy Chairman and CEO, CaixaBank
FRA Nougayrède, Natalie Director and Executive Editor, Le Monde
DNK Olesen, Søren-Peter Professor; Member of the Board of Directors, The Carlsberg Foundation
FIN Ollila, Jorma Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell, plc; Chairman, Outokumpu Plc
TUR Oran, Umut Deputy Chairman, Republican People’s Party (CHP)
GBR Osborne, George Chancellor of the Exchequer
FRA Pellerin, Fleur State Secretary for Foreign Trade
USA Perle, Richard N. Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
USA Petraeus, David H. Chairman, KKR Global Institute
CAN Poloz, Stephen S. Governor, Bank of Canada
INT Rasmussen, Anders Fogh Secretary General, NATO
DNK Rasmussen, Jørgen Huno Chairman of the Board of Trustees, The Lundbeck Foundation
INT Reding, Viviane Vice President and Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, European Commission
USA Reed, Kasim Mayor of Atlanta
CAN Reisman, Heather M. Chair and CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.
NOR Reiten, Eivind Chairman, Klaveness Marine Holding AS
DEU Röttgen, Norbert Chairman, Foreign Affairs Committee, German Bundestag
USA Rubin, Robert E. Co-Chair, Council on Foreign Relations; Former Secretary of the Treasury
USA Rumer, Eugene Senior Associate and Director, Russia and Eurasia Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
NOR Rynning-Tønnesen, Christian President and CEO, Statkraft AS
NLD Samsom, Diederik M. Parliamentary Leader PvdA (Labour Party)
GBR Sawers, John Chief, Secret Intelligence Service
NLD Scheffer, Paul J. Author; Professor of European Studies, Tilburg University
NLD Schippers, Edith Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport
USA Schmidt, Eric E. Executive Chairman, Google Inc.
AUT Scholten, Rudolf CEO, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG
USA Shih, Clara CEO and Founder, Hearsay Social
FIN Siilasmaa, Risto K. Chairman of the Board of Directors and Interim CEO, Nokia Corporation
ESP Spain, H.M. the Queen of
USA Spence, A. Michael Professor of Economics, New York University
FIN Stadigh, Kari President and CEO, Sampo plc
USA Summers, Lawrence H. Charles W. Eliot University Professor, Harvard University
IRL Sutherland, Peter D. Chairman, Goldman Sachs International; UN Special Representative for Migration
SWE Svanberg, Carl-Henric Chairman, Volvo AB and BP plc
TUR Taftalı, A. Ümit Member of the Board, Suna and Inan Kiraç Foundation
USA Thiel, Peter A. President, Thiel Capital
DNK Topsøe, Henrik Chairman, Haldor Topsøe A/S
GRC Tsoukalis, Loukas President, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy
NOR Ulltveit-Moe, Jens Founder and CEO, Umoe AS
INT Üzümcü, Ahmet Director-General, Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
CHE Vasella, Daniel L. Honorary Chairman, Novartis International
FIN Wahlroos, Björn Chairman, Sampo plc
SWE Wallenberg, Jacob Chairman, Investor AB
SWE Wallenberg, Marcus Chairman of the Board of Directors, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB
USA Warsh, Kevin M. Distinguished Visiting Fellow and Lecturer, Stanford University
GBR Wolf, Martin H. Chief Economics Commentator, The Financial Times
USA Wolfensohn, James D. Chairman and CEO, Wolfensohn and Company
NLD Zalm, Gerrit Chairman of the Managing Board, ABN-AMRO Bank N.V.
GRC Zanias, George Chairman of the Board, National Bank of Greece
USA Zoellick, Robert B. Chairman, Board of International Advisors, The Goldman Sachs Group
AUT Austria GRC Greece
BEL Belgium HUN Hungary
CAN Canada INT International
CHE Switzerland IRL Ireland
CHN China ITA Italy
DEU Germany NLD Netherlands
DNK Denmark NOR Norway
ESP Spain PRT Portugal
FIN Finland SWE Sweden
FRA France TUR Turkey
GBR Great Britain USA United States of America

Edward Snowden says he is a trained CIA and NSA spy (Not just Analyst)

May 29, 2014 by  
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Our assumptions are now proven correct. So he admits to being a double agent… could he be a Triple Agent???

 

TechSpot

Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has been labeled many things since he leaked a massive cache of top secret NSA documents. He claims that the NSA’s description of his role with US government agencies is actually quite misleading and that he is not just a low-level analyst, but rather a traditionally trained spy who has conducted several international and undercover espionage operations.

In a recent interview with NBC, Snowden says he has been “trained as a spy in sort of the traditional sense of the word” and has conducted operations for both the CIA and the NSA overseas. He pointed out that he is a technical expert and that he has “lived and worked undercover overseas — pretending to work in a job that I’m not — and even being assigned a name that was not mine.” Snowden claims to have even lectured at a counterintelligence training academy for the Defense Intelligence Agency.

“I am a technical specialist, I am a technical expert,” Snowden said in the interview. “I don’t work with people, I don’t recruit agents, what I do is I put systems to work for the United States. And I’ve done that at all levels from, from the bottom on the ground all the way to the top.”

The government is trying to focus on just a small portion of his career to distract from the reality of his experience, according to Snowden. “So when they say that I’m a low-level systems administrator, that I don’t know what I’m talking about, I’d say it’s somewhat misleading.”

The full interview will be airing tonight on NBC but you can catch a brief preview of what to expect below.

U.S. Navy SEAL Smuggled 10 Kilos Of Cocaine Into Miami

May 12, 2014 by  
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A Navy commando who worked on counter-narcotics missions pleaded guilty to drug conspiracy. He had his wife carry the suitcase of cocaine from the plane — but she left it behind.

Buzzfeed

A Navy SEAL who served in the military for 14 years and worked on covert anti-drug operations has admitted to smuggling 10 kilos of cocaine into the United States, according to records from the federal district court in Miami and a source familiar with his service.

The SEAL, Angel Martinez-Ramos, left active duty in 2010 but continued to deploy on missions as a reservist, court papers say. He had drug paraphernalia, including a money-counting machine and drug-testing equipment, at home, the documents say. He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to import cocaine and is currently in custody in Miami awaiting sentencing.

His case comes in the wake of another embarrassment for the elite SEALs, the commandos famous for killing Osama bin Laden. Earlier this year, two former members of the group died after consuming heroin and alcohol on a commercial ship they had been hired to protect from pirates.

Martinez-Ramos, 36, was arrested in December as he returned to the U.S. from a short trip to Aruba. Before his arrest, the Drug Enforcement Administration had received a tip that a U.S. service member would be arriving with a load of narcotics, documents show. Ironically, Martinez-Ramos had occasionally worked closely with the DEA on sensitive counter-narcotics missions in Latin America, a source familiar with his service record told BuzzFeed.

Though authorities frequently announce high-profile arrests, this case has received no attention until now. The DEA would not comment on it, and the U.S. attorney’s office also declined to comment because the case is ongoing.

Court records say that shortly before his arrest, the SEAL stayed with his wife, Bibiana Marcela Lopez-Correa, at the Tropicana Resort in Aruba. On the morning of Christmas Eve, at the Aruba airport bathroom, a co-conspirator allegedly gave Martinez-Ramos what he planned to bring back: 10 bricks of tightly wrapped cocaine. He packed the drugs, which weighed a little more than 22 pounds and have a wholesale street value of as much as $350,000, into a black Totto brand suitcase.

He and his wife were both arrested at Miami International Airport after they arrived. He had left the plane first, leaving his wife to carry the suitcase off the plane, court records say. But she was spooked and left it behind in the overhead carry-on bin.

In March, Martinez-Ramos pleaded guilty to a single charge of conspiring to import cocaine into the country. He admitted his role in the smuggling in a court document called a “factual proffer.” Martinez-Ramos is scheduled to be sentenced later this month, and he faces a minimum sentence of 10 years and a maximum of life.

His wife pleaded guilty and has already been sentenced to 70 months in prison.

Martinez-Ramos, according to court records, had a special type of U.S. passport for government officials and SEAL credentials, and “he frequently travels on orders and on official business to Central and South America,” the judge wrote in one order.

The judge’s order said that at Martinez-Ramos’ home, there was “paraphernalia of the drug trade, including drug testing kits, a money counter, a scale, a vacuum sealer, vacuum sealing bags, and other packaging material.” (A former SEAL told BuzzFeed that vacuum sealers are common gear for a SEAL, used for packing gear watertight for missions, but money counters and drug testing kits are not.)

And there is an allusion to another drug deal. According to one court filing by his wife’s lawyer, citing a confidential government pre-sentencing report, Martinez-Ramos “packaged cocaine at Turbo, Colombia.” Turbo is a small city not far from the Colombia-Panama border. The court filing also refers to a “failed cocaine shipment.”

Martinez-Ramos’ lawyer didn’t return phone calls, and the attorney for his wife declined to comment.

Missing Malaysian Flight 370?

Two days ago (4.30.14), authorities in Seychelles, an island nation in the Indian Ocean, released the details of toxicology tests on the two ex-SEALS who were working as private guards on the cargo ship Maersk Alabama and were found DEAD. (This ship  suffered an Alleged “pirate attack” made famous by the movie Captain Phillips, starring Tom Hanks.)

The former SEALs, Jeffrey Reynolds and Mark Kennedy, died in February aboard the ship after consuming heroin and alcohol, the toxicology report found.

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