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"A month later, the same organisation discovered 4,300lb of cocaine hidden in another cargo ship, the Inge Frank, in Tampa, Florida. Both ships flew the blue and white Belize flag and were listed on the register part-owned by Ashcroft"
theguardian.com/politics/1999/…
"David Cameron has been accused of being a member of another debauched Oxford society apart from the Bullingdon Club, allowing cocaine in his London home and misleading the public over the nondom status of former Conservative party treasurer Lord Ashcroft"independent.co.uk/news/uk/politi…
MICHAEL ASHCROFT was named in connection with allegations of drug smuggling or money laundering on no fewer than six occasions, an MP told the House of Commons yesterday.
independent.co.uk/news/mp-links-…
It's weird how the one red line from Trump and high class escorts/models to Farage to Le Pen to Wilders to Berlusconi to Russian/Israeli Oligarchs, Turkish/ middle-eastern and Latin American RW strongmen is arms smuggling and a penchant for Cocaine. Weird.
inthesetimes.com/article/21192/…
"Times editor Bill Keller repeatedly killed Risen’s NSA story in 2004 and 2005, after a private meeting with President Bush –"

"attempt to shut Risen down or send him to prison was a direct assault on the role of the press in a so-called democracy".
salon.com/2014/10/25/fro…
Not a single white, records show, has been convicted of a crack cocaine offense in federal courts serving Los Angeles and six Southland counties since Congress enacted stiff mandatory sentences for crack dealers in 1986.
latimes.com/archives/la-xp…
"In 2006, crack cocaine sentences were 43.5 percent longer than powder cocaine sentences; the average length of imprisonment for powder cocaine offenders was 84.7 months, while crack cocaine-related imprisonments averaged 121.5 months".

Crack = derivative usnews.com/news/national/…
Contra docs show that the propaganda campaign's architects were the CIA director William J. Casey and Walter Raymond Jr., a veteran of CIA clandestine media operations. In 1982, Casey detailed Raymond to the NSC staff & created "public-diplomacy" machinery.washingtonpost.com/archive/opinio…
Source: Leaked Documents Show the U.S. Government Tracking Journalists and Immigration Advocates Through a Secret Database
nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Sou…
Could there be any circumstance where the surveillance of defense counsel in a terrorism case might be “defensible”?

- the defense counsel said it could not ethically proceed because client confidentially was compromised by government surveillance.justsecurity.org/46548/defense-…
“If you have a family member convicted of a crime, yet you haven’t been, why are you now having your information being used for government investigations?”
theintercept.com/2019/01/30/pri…
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah proposed that the Obama administration implant electronic micro-chips into the bodies of Guantanamo Bay detainees to track their movements when they are released, a leaked State Department cable shows.
abcnews.go.com/US/wikileaks-c…
just... Preface last paragraph: "-...This book is a guerrilla training manual for Psychological operations, and it is applied to the specific case of the Christians and democratic crusade being conducted in Nicaragua by the Freedom Commando's. Welcome!".
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"the agency’s lack of diversity and flagrant abuse of detainees are symptoms of the same condition: an organization intoxicated by the secrecy of its work and the racial uniformity of its workforce,"
america.aljazeera.com/opinions/2015/…
"the American Psychological Association (APA) has maintained that a strict code of ethics prohibits its more than 130,000 members to aid in the torture of detainees while simultaneously permitting involvement in military and intelligence interrogations."
theguardian.com/law/2015/jul/1…
1/5 State Dept. official says in a classified cable that Netanyahu informed the United States of Iran’s nuclear advancement in November 2009, but that the prime minister’s estimate was likely unfounded and intended to pressure Washington into action against the Islamic Republic.
2/5 "A classified directive which appears to blur the line between diplomacy and spying was issued to US diplomats under Hillary Clinton’s name in July 2009, demanding forensic technical details about the communications systems used by top UN officials,"
3/5 It called for detailed biometric information “on key UN officials, to include undersecretaries, heads of specialised agencies and their chief advisers, top SYG [secretary general] aides, heads of peace operations and political field missions, including force commanders”
4/5 King Abdullah proposed implanting detainees with an electronic chip containing information about them and allowing their movements to be tracked with Bluetooth. This was done with horses and falcons, the King said. Brennan replied, “horses don’t have good lawyers.”
5/5 "In one shocking cable, Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh agrees to cover up U.S. missile strikes against Al Qaeda. “We’ll continue saying the bombs are ours, not yours,” Saleh tells Gen. David Petraeus."

Now Saudi's are bombing them with US rockets?m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_78…
"Prosecutors said that Sterling handed over this information to get back at the intelligence agency after being fired in the early 2000s. Sterling denies that he ever gave this information to Risen and said his source could have been other US officials".theguardian.com/us-news/2015/j…
Former CIA man Jeffrey Sterling gets 42 months in prison over Iran leaks

Sentencing guidelines had suggested a minimum 20 years in jailSterling expected to appeal against conviction
Associated Press in Alexandria, Virginia

Mon 11 May 2015 18.47 EDT

theguardian.com/us-news/2015/m…
1/2 1983, Plumlee contacted my,- Office, -that covert U.S. intelligence agencies were directly involved in the smuggling and distribution of drugs to raise funds for covert military operations against the government of Nicaragua,” a copy of a 1991 letter from Hart to Kerry reads.
2/2 Hart told HuffPost he recalls receiving Plumlee’s letter and finding his allegations worthy of follow-up.
huffpost.com/us/entry/59617…
"there was something fishy about the whole thing from the very beginning” Strother recalled. “Lee told me that he had set up the whole Monkey Business deal. ‘I did it!’ he told me. ‘I fixed Hart.’ After he called me that time, I thought, My God! It’s true!”theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
1/3 "Mr. Weinberger was also charged with testifying falsely to Congress that he did not recall whether Saudi Arabia had ever contributed to the contras. Prosecutors said his notes showed that he had known of the Saudi contributions.
2/3 Records made public over the years included no evidence that Mr. Bush knew about he secret efforts to arm the Nicaraguan rebels, but they did suggest he knew of Iran operation almost from its inception in 1985 and took part in crucial meetings
3/3 -where the arms sales were openly discussed as an arms-for-hostages swap. The Reagan Administration's public policy was never to bargain for the freedom of hostages."archive.nytimes.com/www.nytimes.co…
1/2 The investigation crippled the agency's counter-narcotics center in Venezuela, but similar centers continue to operate in Bolivia, Peru, Columbia and other cocaine trafficking-countries government officials said.
2/2 Such programs fall under the banner of "liaison relationships" with foreign intelligence services and rarely if ever does the CIA willingly report on these relationships to congress. nytimes.com/1993/11/20/wor…
Douglas Haig, then still listed on LinkedIn as a senior employee of Honeywell industries was the security contractor that sold and delivered Stephen Paddock all of his ammunition before the MGM Massacre.
casino.org/news/douglas-h…
Paddock had two airplanes.

"Eric Paddock also told the Associated Press that his brother was a multimillionaire, which could explain how he could afford two planes. “He was a guy who had money. He went on cruises and gambled,” Paddock’s brother said".
heavy.com/news/2017/10/s…
1/2 "A man who survived a mass shooting in Las Vegas last year was among those killed in Wednesday's attack in California, his family says.

Telemachus Orfanos, 27, died alongside 11 others when a man opened fire at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks"
2/2 "A number of survivors of that shooting, the worst in modern US history, have said they were at the bar on Wednesday.
bbc.com/news/world-us-…
"President Donald Trump is set to award the Presidential Medal of Freedom — the nation’s highest civilian honor — to the wife of one of the Republican Party’s most prominent patrons, the White House announced. Miriam Adelson will receive the medal," politico.com/story/2018/11/…
1/4 "The 18-year-old man who shot his roommates said he was planning to leave the neo-Nazi group but feared innocent people would be killed if he didn’t end the lives of the two Atomwaffen members he said were planning mass killings,"
2/4 "But police released their other roommate, a member of the Florida National Guard who claimed the explosives police found were used to power model rockets. He was one of the founders of Atomwaffen, ProPublica reports.
3/4 Within hours, the man loaded assault weapons, body armor, and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition into his car and headed for the Florida Keys with another Atomwaffen member."
4/4 "They were later apprehended by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department and the Atomwaffen founder was jailed for possessing bomb-making equipment."
floridaphoenix.com/2018/11/27/flo…
Gab.com was kicked off the popular domain hosting site GoDaddy, after Robert Bowers — accused of a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, synagogue that killed 11 - posted numerous anti-Semitic messages on the forum
inquisitr.com/5346497/tech-c…
1/2 "Domain name registrar Epik.com has come under fire from prominent domain investors and others after CEO Rob Monster suggested that video of the recent mosque shootings in New Zealand, which he hosted on an Epik service and shared on social media, was a hoax."
"Domainer-bloggers including Shane Cultra, Konstantinos Zournas, and DNPlaybook.com questioned Monster’s decision, and one of his own senior staffers, former DomainNameWire contributor Joseph Peterson, in parts criticized and defended his boss."
domainincite.com/24077-after-nz…
1/2"In the early 2000s, Trump was having financial difficulties and began selling his high-profile name to real estate developers around the world, the report said. One of these developed Panama’s Trump Ocean Club International Hotel and Tower."

Otherwise unrelated evidence👇
2/2 "The report said the drug cartels purchased hotel units to hide the origins of money earned through drug trafficking and other criminal activity".
newsweek.com/trump-drugs-co…
1/2 "And Weichselbaum provided helicopters to the Trump Organization, even though there were better-capitalized, better-run companies. Donald rented an apartment to Weichselbaum and his brother under very unusual circumstances."
2/2 "When Weichselbaum was indicted, it was for a drug operation that went from Miami to Ohio. When he agreed to plead guilty, the case was mysteriously moved to New Jersey. Who did it come before? Federal Judge Maryanne Trump Barry, Donald’s older sister".democracynow.org/2016/8/10/dona…
1/4 "Instead of abandoning Weichselbaum, Trump did him the first of several favors. Two months after the indictment, Trump rented apartment 32C in the Trump Plaza Apartments on E. 61st St. in Manhattan to the Weichselbaum brothers,-"
2/4 "according to New Jersey Casino Control Commission records. Trump personally owned the unit.

Then Trump wrote a letter on Trump Organization stationery pleading for mercy for Weichselbaum. He called him “a credit to the community.”-"
3/4 "Trump also described the drug trafficker as “conscientious, forthright and diligent,” not the sort of language a law-and-order presidential candidate would be expected to apply to a drug trafficker who moved more than 11 pounds of cocaine in one shipment alone-"
4/4 "Trump’s letter worked. Weichselbaum served just 18 months, while the mules who merely drove the drugs got sentences of up to 20 years." thedailybeast.com/the-drug-traff…
Webb's series of three articles for the San Jose Mercury News in 1996 dubbed “Dark Alliance.” In his report, Webb — who had won a Pulitzer in 1989 — claimed that the CIA was partly responsible for bringing crack cocaine to the United States in the 80s.
time.com/3482909/this-i…
The "Dark Alliance"- series of reporting by Gary Webb.
mega.nu:8080/ampp/webb.html
1/ "Cochabamba might have been made of gold. New cars jostled on the streets, expensive restaurants were everywhere, luxury apartments were springing up almost daily and the nightlife was the most exciting in the country.

The reason? Cocaine."
2/ "And one of the main architects,- the quietly spoken man strolling with his black Labrador. ...-you would never have guessed that this was Klaus Barbie - former SS Officer, fanatical Nazi and a Gestapo chief whose brutality had earned him the nickname "The Butcher of Lyon""
3/ "Indeed, the Americans were keen to use his talents and willing to overlook his brutal record in the Gestapo. It was said that he was responsible for the torture and deaths of more than 26,000 people. And he personally tortured leading French Resistance leader Jean Moulin."
4/7 "He carried this out with much relish and was decorated by Hitler himself for his merciless efforts.

But there is far more to the story of Klaus Barbie and cocaine than just that. Amazingly, he was also a vital part of America's fight against communism-"
5/7 "-and was an important agent for the US spy organisation the CIA, which used cocaine as a weapon in the Fifties.

But none of this appeared to daunt the Americans. His ardent anticommunist stance was what they were interested in and on March 22, 1951,-"
6/7 "-he was smuggled from Germany, through Austria to Italy by the Americans. From there he was shipped to Argentina, ending up in Bolivia.

The huge cocaine industry was an integral part of these measures and Klaus Barbie proved to be useful in American operations."
7/7 "In the mid-Sixties he started the company which, apart from selling bark and coca paste, also marketed assault weapons to Right-wingers in other South American countries."
express.co.uk/expressyoursel…
1/ "With war declared in Europe, Keith worried his foreign-linked business might be nationalized, and that he’d be thrown in jail. Working his connections in the Third Reich, he was appointed supervisor of all soft-drink plants in Germany — and its occupied territories."
2/ "He soon controlled the business in Italy, France, Holland, Luxembourg, Belgium, and Norway.

That year, Coke sold almost 4.5 million cases in Nazi Germany.

In 1940 Keith, still worried import restrictions might tighten, developed a soda he could brew in Germany."
3/3 "It used industrial byproducts like whey from cheese-making, and apple pulp. Keith told his salesmen to let their fantasie (imagination) run wild in coming up with a name. A senior salesman immediately shot back, “Fanta!”"
timeline.com/fanta-coca-col…
1/3 "Beginning in the early 1900s, Coca-Cola partnered with a company called Maywood Chemical Works based in Maywood, New Jersey (now the Stepan Company) to import coca leaves (which contain small quantities of the alkaloid found in pure cocaine powder) from Peru for Coca-Cola"
2/3 "The failure of Alakea was really no matter for Coke, which simply continued sourcing leaves from Peru. All this was channeled through Stepan, a third-party buffer that helped keep Coke’s coca trade out of sight.Records show that Stepan is still bringing in coca leaves."
3/3 "Whats problematic about this is that cocaleros, have been getting a raw deal. For years, Coca-Cola enjoyed exclusive access to coca leaves into the US and cocaleros have been prohibited from selling other coca products—teas, candies, flours—to the US.
huffpost.com/us/entry/us_57…
"If they were cartels" Arthuro Sarukhan, Mexico's ambassador in Washington, told me " if they were they wouldn't be fighting and driving up the violence".
nytimes.com/2012/06/17/mag…
Neonazi BTC Tracker, a Twitter bot that pores the web for activity to and from bitcoin wallets owned by neo-Nazis, found that “Weev” Auernheimer, Internet troll and webmaster for far-right website The Daily Stormer, had received over $1 million in bitcoin.
redherring.com/social/twitter…
A Twitter account rumored to be run by the son of drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán is threatening Donald Trump, warning him to quit f%$!around bcuz he doesn’t want those problems. A response to Trump calling him “everything that’s wrong with Mexico.” remezcla.com/culture/donald…
Interesting that apart from the Twitter hyperbole El Chapo & Trump also share the same Estonian bank.

dctribune.org/don-trump-jr-t…
Broadcom billionaire cofounder Henry Nicholas was this week cuffed on suspicion of drug trafficking – after cops allegedly seized a huge stash of narcotics in his Las Vegas hotel suite.
theregister.co.uk/2018/08/11/bro…
1/2 "The goal, Cernovich said, was to protect himself from efforts by tech companies or payment processors to block his political activity.

"That was the only reason I got into it," he said. "I just got really, really lucky.""
2/2 "Conservative publisher Charles C. Johnson — whose WeSearchr "bounty site" has raised more than $150,000 for the Daily Stormer's battle against the SPLC as part of what Johnson calls his support of free speech — said."
washingtonpost.com/business/techn…
Tech companies like these for an example?
1/2
"Luckey has managed to align himself with various supporters of the Trump administration including Trae Stephens who was the managing partner at the Founder Fund alongside Peter Thiel."
2/2"Stephens was also appointed to Trump’s defense transition team earlier this year. Now he is one of the early members at Anduril.
Luckey has been seen posing with Chuck C Johnson and Steve Bannon who are known to be anti-semitic and white supremacists."vrandfun.com/oculus-founder…
1/3 "According to The Wall Street Journal, Palmer Luckey, the founder of Oculus, a virtual reality company, was fired by Facebookbecause "he donated $10,000 to an anti-Hillary Clinton group" during the 2016 US Presidential campaign."-
2/3 "But the article fails to mention a simple little fact: On Feb. 1, 2017, Oculus lost an intellectual property (IP) theft case against game maker ZeniMax, to the tune of $500 million. ZeniMax's argument?"
3/3 "Oculus's Rift virtual reality headset "illegally misappropriating ZeniMax trade secrets relating to virtual reality technology, and infringing ZeniMax copyrights and trademarks." The villains, according to ZeniMax, were CTO John Carmack and Mr. Luckey"zdnet.com/article/the-re…
1/3 "A federal judge on Thursday denied bail for Lt Christopher Hasson, a neo-Nazi member of the US coast guard who the government says was plotting “to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country”."
2/3 "Law enforcement officers seized 15 guns and 1,000 rounds of ammunition from Hasson’s Silver Spring, Maryland, home earlier this week.

Sykes said the charges so far were just the “tip of the iceberg” and called Hasson a “domestic terrorist”-"
3/3 "-inspired by the manifesto of Anders Behring Breivik

Hasson, a former US Marine, also corresponded with a white supremacist leader, said he had been a “skinhead” for 30 years and discussed plans to establish a white homeland, prosecutors alleged
theguardian.com/us-news/2019/f…
1/6 "The previously unreported Project Maven contract could be a boon for Anduril’s bottom line. Founded in 2017, the company has said it seeks to remake the defense contracting industry by incorporating the latest innovations of Silicon Valley into warfighting technology."
2/6 "Google’s involvement with Project Maven stirred a controversy inside the tech giant. The company had signed a contract with the Defense Department to develop artificial intelligence that could interpret video image in order to improve drone targeting".businesstelegraph.co.uk/palmer-luckeys…
3/6 "But after the contract disclosure sparked an internal rebellion among employees, Google allowed its contract to expire. “Practically speaking, in the future, I think soldiers are going to be superheroes who have the power of perfect omniscience over their area of operation-"
4/6 "-where they know where every enemy is, every friend is, every asset is,” he said. Luckey said he thinks it is “unlikely” that soldiers of the future will directly carry weapons in the field; instead, they would remotely operate machines and weapons from far away."
5/6 "Anduril previously garnered attention for its efforts to help U.S. Customs and Border Protection create a “virtual wall” at the U.S.-Mexico border. The initial 10-week demonstration used Anduril’s Lattice technology to monitor a stretch of land along the Rio Grande Valley."
6/6 "The system reportedly helped the government identify and apprehend 55 unauthorized individuals crossing the border."

And failed to find any of these👇reuters.com/article/us-usa…
1/ "There, naked but for an ammunition belt, was 71-year-old tech tycoon and former fugitive John McAfee, spraying bullets into the wall and ceiling of the living room. Seeing Handrick, he stopped firing. “There’s an intruder,” he said."
2/ "Janice McAfee, 34, John’s wife of nearly five years, recalled that the couple were having sex at their home in Lexington, Tennessee that night, when they were interrupted by their dogs barking."newsweek.com/john-mcafee-sa…
"Bulger was found beaten to death in October, one day after being transferred to a West Virginia prison.

Bulger was serving two life-sentences for his role in 11 murders."

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"Sonic weapon’ used on US diplomats in Cuba may instead have been crickets, scientists say"

I for one, disagree. But I do believe the US may have a vested interest in downplaying this story.

foxnews.com/world/sonic-we…
Exhibit #1 :
“These companies have sensitive documents they are dealing with.” Österlund said. “[The chips] would allow them to set restrictions for whoever.”
techthelead.com/u-k-companies-…
Exhibit #2:
"over the past five years there have been at least 374 cases where electromagnetic interference was reportedly a factor in an injury involving medical devices including neural implants, pacemakers and insulin pumps."
gizmodo.com/why-people-wit…
Exhibit #3, 1/3:
"Surprise! Wireless brain implants are not secure, and can be hijacked to kill you or steal thoughts
Science-fiction horror trope now a reality in 2018

Scientists in Belgium have tested the security of a wireless brain implant called a neurostimulator –"
2/3 "-and found that its unprotected signals can be hacked with off-the-shelf equipment.

And because this particularly bit of kit resides amid sensitive gray matter – to treat conditions like Parkinson's –"
3/3 "the potential consequences of successful remote exploitation include voltage changes that could result in sensory denial, disability, and death."

And an easy way to detect one would be to try signal/spiking one while observing physical symptoms.
theregister.co.uk/2018/04/18/bof…
0/10 "On Meet the Press, for example, former Vice President Dick Cheney, who functionally topped the national security decision-making hierarchy during the Bush years, announced that he “would do it again in a minute"...
1/10 "The “war on terror” is not the CIA’s first venture into human experimentation. At the dawn of the Cold War, German scientists and doctors with Nazi records of human experimentation were given new identities and brought to the United States under Operation Paperclip."
2/10 "During the Korean War, alarmed by the shocking rapidity of American POWs’ breakdowns and indoctrination by their communist captors, the CIA began investing in mind-control research. In 1953, the CIA established the MK-ULTRA program, whose-"
3/10 "earliest phase involved hypnosis, electroshock and hallucinogenic drugs.The program evolved into experiments in psychological torture that adapted elements of Soviet and Chinese models, including longtime standing, protracted isolation, sleep deprivation and humiliation."
4/10 "Those lessons soon became an applied “science” in the Cold War.

During the Vietnam War, the CIA developed the Phoenix program, which combined psychological torture with brutal interrogations, human experimentation and extrajudicial executions."
5/10 "In 1963, the CIA produced a manual titled “Kubark Counterintelligence Interrogation” to guide agents in the art of extracting information from “resistant” sources by combining techniques to produce “debility, disorientation and dread.”"
6/10 "Like the communists, the CIA largely eschewed tactics that violently target the body in favor of those that target the mind by systematically attacking all human senses in order to produce the desired state of compliance."
7/10 "The Phoenix program model was incorporated into the curriculum of the School of the Americas, and an updated version of the Kubark guide, produced in 1983 and titled “Human Resource Exploitation Manual,”-"
9/10 "was disseminated to the intelligence services of right-wing regimes in Latin America and Southeast Asia during the global “war on communism.”-"
......

"This brings us back to Mitchell and Jessen. Because of their experience as trainers in the military’s Survival, Evasion,"
10/10 "Resistance, Escape (SERE) program, after 9/11 they were contacted by high-ranking Pentagon officials and, later, by lawyers who wanted to know whether some of those SERE techniques could be reverse-engineered to get terrorism suspects to talk." thenation.com/article/cia-di…
"For 35 years, a shadowy and intensely secretive group has operated behind the scenes, providing a venue three times a year for powerful American politicians and others on the right to meet privately to build the conservative movement."

splcenter.org/hatewatch/2016…
This is a speech in four parts by Douglas Coe, former leader of the "fellowship" or the "c street family".
This is a speech in four parts by Douglas Coe, former leader of the "fellowship" or the "c street family'.
This is a speech in four parts by Douglas Coe, former leader of the "fellowship" or the "c street family".
This is a speech in four parts by Douglas Coe, former leader of the "fellowship" or the "c street family".
This is a interview with Jeff Sharlet, where he amongst other things explain how these two secretive Christian conservative organizations the "c-street family" and "council for national policy" arrange a yearly get-together, the "National prayer breakfast".
"On Oct. 5, 2016, with one National Prayer Breakfast under her belt, Ms. Butina direct messaged a Russian official on Twitter: “We made our bet. I am following our game. I will be connecting the people from the prayer breakfast to this group.”" nytimes.com/2018/07/18/opi…
In 2015 Butina is at "freedomfest" in Vegas to ask the presumptive Republican presidential nominee a thing or two...
One year later, Russian interest in the National Prayer Breakfast only strengthened. Some outlets reported that an atypically large delegation of Russians — as many as 60 — planned to attend the 2018 event.

ncronline.org/news/people/wh…
John Bolton speaks to a false "Russian gun lobby" arranged by Butina.

(Russians don't actually have a general right to bear arms).
npr.org/2018/03/22/595…
Russia has threatened to block access to YouTube and Instagram if the websites do not remove video and photos of a Kremlin-linked oligarch’s meeting with a senior government minister on a luxury yacht.The meeting between Oleg Deripaska and Sergei Prikhodko.theguardian.com/world/2018/feb…
These are the banks caught up in Russian money-laundering scandal

 08:41 06/03/2019
fin24.com/Companies/Fina…
"Harry Whittington, a lawyer who was hunting with Cheney last weekend when he was accidentally shot with a shotgun, had the heart problem Tuesday morning. A hospital spokesman said some of the birdshot had lodged in the patient's heart."upi.com/Top_News/2006/…
"NY Fed shipped about $40 billion in cash between 2003 and 2008. In just the first two years, the shipments included more than 281 million individual bills weighing a total of 363 tons. But soon after the money arrived in the chaos of war-torn Baghdad...-"cnbc.com/id/45031100
"Production soared after the Taliban took control of most of the country in 1996. But it banned the crop in 2000, leading to a 75% drop in the global supply of heroin but leaving farmers destitute, as no alternative to poppy cultivation was provided."
businessinsider.com/the-us-cant-se…
1/3 "Thomas White, also known as Dread Pirate Roberts 2 (DPR2) plead guilty to drug trafficking, money laundering and making indecent images of children. Now he faces five years and four months in prison. In 2013, the FBI seized Silk Road, a notorious online marketplace".
2/3
"...by the time the feds shut it down, he had already passed control to co-conspirator Blake Benthall. White was arrested in 2014 but has been on bail since, and he's made a name for himself as a privacy activist."
engadget.com/2019/04/12/sil…
3/3 How all Turk id's got dumped online:

"Thomas White, a UK-based activist also known as The Cthulhu, also dumped a mirror of the data, including the contentious databases of personal info. This is where Best, who uploaded a copy to the Internet Archive."motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/…
"Leaked audio records allegedly show how Oleg Deripaska's associates plotted the arrest of the ‘sex trainers’ who claimed to have ‘RussiaGate’ dirt on him". meduza.io/amp/en/feature…
WHO OWNS THE WORLD'S BIGGEST BITCOIN WALLET?

THE FBI
wired.com/2013/12/fbi-wa…
"...suggest the investigation was not as originally portrayed - that it did not result solely from the identification of the van and then of Mr Salameh.The tapes even suggest that the FBI may have known of the bombing before it happened from Mr Salem." independent.co.uk/news/world/tap…
Rudy Giuliani told Fox News on Oct. 26 that Donald Trump had “a surprise or two that you’re going to hear about in the next two days.” Two days later, FBI Director Comey revealed to Congress that his agents resumed their investigation of Clinton’s email.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nati…
A 9/11 report concluded that interagency coordination and failures to cooperate between FBI & CIA was a main cause behind the success of the terrorists. It largely left DHS unmentioned. nytimes.com/2003/07/24/us/…
The Navalny video explaining "Projekt Laktha".👇
"All told, the department combined 22 agencies from across the government.

Homeland Security has been incompetent, wasteful, redundant, and abusive—and Congress knows it."
newrepublic.com/article/147099…
Must read: 👇
"While they’ve spied on many people who were engaged in purely First Amendment protected activities, they’re not known to have stopped a terrorist attack."
theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
"Bitcoin, the “people’s currency,” has the potential to become a new currency, free of the control of big governments and big banks."

forbes.com/sites/panosmou…
"The vast so-called cum ex tax scandal which has rocked Germany in the past decade has already cost the country an estimated €30 billion. It was assumed that a change in the law in 2016 definitively outlawed such trade"."Is this the heist of the century?"
cumex-files.com/en/
"One of the surprises about the Panama Papers the largest leak from an offshore tax adviser in history is how few Americans have so far been exposed. The reason? It may be because creating a shell company in the US is easier than obtaining a library card." theguardian.com/us-news/2016/a…
If you’re suspected of drug involvement, America takes your house; HSBC admits to laundering cartel billions, loses five weeks’ income and execs have to partially defer bonuses.
rollingstone.com/politics/polit…
Cough, cough.. You didn't see nuthin see...
nytimes.com/1989/02/06/nyr…
"Migrants are more profitable than drugs’: how the mafia infiltrated Italy’s asylum system

Crime families have cashed in on the ‘refugee industry’. 
theguardian.com/news/2018/feb/…
1/2 "The day before his death, Costas boss at Vodafone had ordered that a newly discovered code, a powerful and sophisticated bug, be deactivated and removed from its systems. The wiretap, placed by persons unknown, targeted more than 100 top officials, including Prime Minister-"
2/2 "Kostas Karamanlis and his wife, Natassa; the mayor of Athens; members of the Ministerial Cabinet; as well as journalists, capturing not only the country’s highest secrets, but also its most intimate conversations. The question was, who did it? theintercept.com/2015/09/28/dea…
"HSBC has faced an in-depth investigation into how its lax regulations allowed Mexican criminal groups like the Sinaloa Cartel to launder billions of dollars."
insightcrime.org/news/brief/sin…
Trading With the Enemy Act. “On at least one occasion,” in a statement by Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer, “HSBC instructed a bank in Iran on how to format payment messages so that the transactions would not be blocked or rejected by the US.”
nytimes.com/2013/01/03/opi…
While posing as a private charter outfit - "aircraft rental with pilot" is the listing in Dun and Bradstreet - Aero Contractors is in fact a major domestic hub of the Central Intelligence Agency's secret air service.
nytimes.com/2005/05/31/us/…
1/ “Evidence points to aircraft – familiarly known as “torture taxis” – used by the CIA to move captives seized in its kidnapping or “extraordinary rendition” operations through Gatwick and other airports in the EU being simultaneously used for drug distribution in the Western-"
2/6 "-hemisphere. A Gulfstream II jet aircraft N9875A identified by the British Government and the European Parliament as being involved in this traffic crashed in Mexico…”

In 2004, another torture taxi crashed in a field in Nicaragua with a ton of cocaine aboard."
3/6 "It had been identified by Britain and the European Parliament’s temporary committee on the alleged use of European countries by the CIA for the transport and illegal detention of prisoners as a frequent visitor in 2004 and 2005 to British, Cypriot, Czech, German, Greek,-"
4/6 "Hungarian, Spanish and other European cities with its cargo of captives for secret imprisonment and torture in Iraq, Jordan and Azerbaijan.”

According to multiple news agency reports, the said Gulfstream II private jet (tail number N987SA) which crash landed on-"
5/6 "September 24th, 2007 in Yucatan, Mexico came down after being chased by Mexican military helicopters for flying illegally into Mexican airspace. Mexican soldiers found no bodies at the crash site but did discover 132 bags containing 3.3 metric tons of cocaine."
6/6 "The origin of the Gulfstream’s flight is unknown but it was destined for Cancun when it crash landed. Here is the important point: that same Gulf Stream II was one of the very same planes chartered to the CIA for the rendition of suspected terrorists".21stcenturywire.com/2010/01/20/ren…
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