FBI – Bank Crime Statistics for Second Quarter of 2011

During the second quarter of 2011, there were 1,023 reported violations of the Federal Bank Robbery and Incidental Crimes Statue, a decrease from the 1,146 reported violations in the same quarter of 2010.1 According to statistics released today by the FBI, there were 1,007 robberies, 15 burglaries, one larceny, and two extortions of financial institutions2 reported between April 1, 2011 and June 30, 2011.

Highlights of the report include:

  • Loot was taken in 91 percent of the incidents, totaling more than $7.8 million.
  • Of the loot taken, 23 percent of it was recovered. More than $1.8 million was recovered and returned to financial institutions.
  • Bank crimes most frequently occurred on Friday. Regardless of the day, the time frame when bank crimes occurred most frequently was between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
  • Acts of violence were committed in 4 percent of the incidents, resulting in 31 injuries, one death, and three persons taken hostage.3
  • Demand notes 4 were the most common modus operandi used.
  • Most violations occurred in the Southern region of the U.S., with 373 reported incidents.

These statistics were recorded as of August 2, 2011. Note that not all bank crimes are reported to the FBI, and therefore the report is not a complete statistical compilation of all bank crimes that occurred in the U.S.

Bank Crime Statistics (BCS)
Federal Insured Financial Institutions
April 1, 2011 – June 30, 2011

I. Violations of the Federal Bank Robbery and Incidental Crimes Statute, Title 18, United States Code, Section 2113

Violations by Type of Institution

Robberies

Burglaries

Larcenies

Commercial Banks

909

11

1

Mutual Savings Banks

4

0

0

Savings and Loan Associations

20

2

0

Credit Unions

74

2

0

Total

1,007

15

1


Grand Total—All Violations: 1,023

Loot Taken and Recovered

Loot was taken in 933 (91 percent) of the 1,023 incidents. Loot taken is itemized as follows:

Cash

$7,820,347.96

Securities—Face Value

$0.00

Checks (Including Traveler’s Checks)

$209.88

Food Stamps

$0.00

Other Property

$0.00

Total

$7,820,557.84

Full or partial recovery of loot taken was reported by law enforcement agencies in 215 (23 percent) of the 933 incidents in which loot was taken. Loot recovered is itemized as follows:

Cash

$1,801,073.18

Securities—Face Value

$0.00

Checks (Including Traveler’s Checks)

$0.00

Food Stamps

$0.00

Other Property

$0.00

Total

$1,801,073.18

Number, Race, and Sex of Perpetrators

The number of persons known to be involved in the 1,023 robberies, burglaries, and larcenies was 1,226. The following table shows a breakdown of the 1,226 persons who have been identified by race and sex. In a small number of cases, the use of full disguise makes determination of race and sex impossible.

White Black Hispanic Other Unknown

Male

459 540 71 14 44

Female

40 37 4 0 0

Unknown Race/Sex: 17

Investigation to date has resulted in the identification of 519 (42 percent) of the 1,226 persons known to be involved. Of these 519 identified persons, 183 (35 percent) were determined to be users of narcotics and 85 (16 percent) were found to have been previously convicted in either federal or state court for bank robbery, bank burglary, or bank larceny.

Occurrences by Day of Week and Time of Day

Monday

179

6-9 a.m.

32

Tuesday

192

9-11 a.m.

309

Wednesday

172

11 a.m.-1 p.m.

240

Thursday

165

1-3 p.m.

190

Friday

204

3-6 p.m.

212

Saturday

78

6 p.m.-6 a.m.

40

Sunday

12

Not determined

0

Not Determined

21

Total

1,023

Total

1,023 

Institution/Community Characteristics

Type of Financial Institution Office

Main Office

29

Branch Office

963

Store

24

Remote Facility/Other

7

Total

1,023

Location of Financial Institution Office

Commercial District

667

Shopping Center

244

Residential

62

Other Location

50

Total

1,023

Community Type

Metropolitan

456

Suburban

185

Small City/Town

362

Rural

20

Total

1,023

Institutional Areas Involved

Counter

974

Night Depository

1

Vault/Safe

57

Auto. Teller Machine

0

Safe Deposit Area

5

Courier/Messenger

0

Office Area

25

Armored Vehicle

11

Drive-In/Walk-Up

14

Other

10

Security Devices Maintained by Victim Institutions

Alarm System

1,005

Surveillance Cameras

1,008

Bait Money

641

Guards

51

Tear Gas/Dye Packs

253

Electronic Tracking

124

Bullet-Resistant Enclosures

117

Security Devices Used During Crimes

Alarm System Activated

926

Surveillance Cameras Activated

997

Bait Money Taken

352

Guards on Duty

42

Tear Gas/Dye Packs Taken

119

Electronic Tracking Activated

65

Security Devices Functioned

Alarm System Functioned

917

Surveillance Cameras Functioned

984

Modus Operandi Used

Demand Note Used

548

Firearm Used1

275

   Handgun

264

   Other Firearm

17

Other Weapon Used2

24

Weapon Threatened3

477

Explosive Device Used or Threatened

37

Oral Demand

575

Vault or Safe Theft

6

Depository Trap Device

0

Till Theft

13

Takeover

58

1 “Handgun” and “Other Firearm” added together may not coincide with “Firearm Used” since, in some cases, both handguns and other firearms are used during the same crime.
2 “Other Weapon Used” includes knives, other cutting instruments, hypodermic needles, clubs, etc.
3 “Weapon Threatened” includes those cases where a weapon was threatened or implied either orally or in a demand note but not actually observed.

Injuries, Deaths, and Hostages Taken

Acts of violence were committed during 44 (4 percent) of the 1,023 robberies, burglaries, and larcenies, which occurred during the three-month period. These acts included 14 instances involving the discharge of firearms, 28 instances involving assaults, and three hostage situations. (One or more acts of violence may occur during an incident.) These acts of violence resulted in 31 injuries, one death, and three persons taken hostage.

Injuries

Customer

4

Employee

15

Employee Family

0

Perpetrator

6

Law Officer

4

Guard

1

Other

1

Total

31

Number of incidents in which injuries occurred: 20

Deaths

Customer

0

Employee

0

Employee Family

0

Perpetrator

1

Law Officer

0

Guard

0

Other

0

Total

1

Number of incidents in which deaths occurred: 1

Hostages Taken

Customer

2

Employee

1

Employee Family

0

Law Officer

0

Guard

0

Other

0

Total

3

Number of incidents in which hostages were taken: 3

II. Bank Extortion Violations Which Were Investigated Under the Federal Bank Robbery and Incidental Crimes Statute, Title 18, United States Code, Section 2113 (April 1, 2011 – June 30, 2011)

Violations by Type of Institution

Commercial Banks

2

Mutual Savings Banks

0

Savings and Loans Associations

0

Credit Unions

0

Armored Car

0

Total

2

Loot Taken and Recovered

There was no loot taken or recovered.

Number, Race, and Sex of Perpetrators

The number of persons known to be involved in the two extortion incidents was zero. In a number of cases, the number and description of individuals involved are unknown due to nonobservance of the perpetrator by the victim(s) or the use of disguises.

Occurrences by Day of Week and Time of Day

Monday

0

6-9 a.m.

2

Tuesday

0

9-11 a.m.

0

Wednesday

0

11 a.m-1 p.m.

0

Thursday

1

1-3 p.m.

0

Friday

0

3-6 p.m.

0

Saturday

1

6 p.m.-6 a.m.

0

Sunday

0

Not Determined

0

Not Determined

0

Total

2

Total

2

Institution/Community Characteristics

Type of Financial Institution Office

Main Office

0

Branch Office

2

Store

0

Remote Facility/Other

0

Total

2

Location of Financial Institution Office

Commercial District

0

Shopping Center

1

Residential

1

Other Location

0

Total

2

Community Type

Metropolitan

0

Suburban

0

Small City/Town

2

Rural

0

Total

2

Security Devices Maintained by Victim Institutions

Alarm System

2

Surveillance Cameras

2

Bait Money

2

Guards

0

Tear Gas/Dye Packs

0

Electronic Tracking

0

Bullet-Resistant Enclosures

0

Security Devices Used During Crimes

Alarm System Activated

1

Surveillance Cameras Activated

0

Bait Money Taken

0

Guards on Duty

0

Tear Gas/Dye Packs Taken

0

Electronic Tracking Activated

0

Modus Operandi Used

Demand Note Used

2

Firearm Used

0

Other Weapon Used

0

Weapon Threatened

0

Explosive Device Used or Threatened

0

Telephone Call

0

Injuries, Deaths, and Hostages Taken

There were no injuries, deaths, or hostages taken during the three-month period.

III. Bank Robbery Statute Violations by Regions, Geographic Divisions, States, and Territories (April 1, 2011 – June 30, 2011)

Regional Summary

Bank Robberies

Bank Burglaries

Bank Larcenies

Bank Extortions

Northeast

134

4

0

0

North Central

214

1

0

0

South

362

8

1

2

West

291

2

0

0

Territories

6

0

0

0

Totals

1,007

15

1

2

Bank Robberies Bank Burglaries Bank Larcenies Bank Extortions

Northeast

134

4

0

0

 

 

 

 

New England

40

0

0

0

   Connecticut

18

0

0

0

   Maine

0

0

0

0

   Massachusetts

17

0

0

0

   New Hampshire

1

0

0

0

   Rhode Island

4

0

0

0

   Vermont

0

0

0

0

Middle Atlantic

167

4

0

0

   New Jersey

31

3

0

0

   New York

79

1

0

0

   Pennsylvania

57

0

0

0

Bank Robberies Bank Burglaries Bank Larcenies Bank Extortions

North Central

214

1

0

0

East North Central

152

0

0

0

   Illinois

28

0

0

0

   Indiana

18

0

0

0

   Michigan

36

0

0

0

   Ohio

62

0

0

0

   Wisconsin

8

0

0

0

West North Central

62

1

0

0

   Iowa

10

0

0

0

   Kansas

11

1

0

0

   Minnesota

12

0

0

0

   Missouri

26

0

0

0

   Nebraska

2

0

0

0

   North Dakota

1

0

0

0

   South Dakota

0

0

0

0

Bank Robberies Bank Burglaries Bank Larcenies Bank Extortions

South

362

8

1

2

 

 

 

 

South Atlantic

205

3

1

1

   Delaware

1

0

0

0

   District of Columbia

3

1

1

0

   Florida

41

0

0

0

   Georgia

46

0

0

0

   Maryland

28

0

0

0

   North Carolina

28

0

0

0

   South Carolina

20

2

0

0

   Virginia

35

0

0

0

   West Virginia

3

0

0

1

East South Central

45

2

0

0

   Alabama

11

0

0

0

   Kentucky

12

0

0

0

   Mississippi

3

2

0

0

   Tennessee

19

0

0

0

West South Central

112

3

0

1

   Arkansas

5

1

0

1

   Louisiana

11

0

0

0

   Oklahoma

25

0

0

0

   Texas

71

2

0

0

Bank Robberies Bank Burglaries Bank Larcenies Bank Extortions

West

291

2

0

0

 

 

 

 

Mountain

101

1

0

0

   Arizona

40

0

0

0

   Colorado

31

0

0

0

   Idaho

3

0

0

0

   Montana

3

0

0

0

   Nevada

5

0

0

0

   New Mexico

15

0

0

0

   Utah

4

1

0

0

   Wyoming

0

0

0

0

Pacific

190

1

0

0

   Alaska

2

0

0

0

   California

135

1

0

0

   Hawaii

3

0

0

0

   Oregon

14

0

0

0

   Washington

36

0

0

0

Bank Robberies Bank Burglaries Bank Larcenies Bank Extortions

Territories

6

0

0

0

Guam

0

0

0

0

Puerto Rico

6

0

0

0

Virgin Islands

0

0

0

0

Totals

1,007

15

1

2

IV. Violations Involving Armored Carriers Investigated Under the Hobbs Act, Title 18, United States Code, Section 1951 (April 1, 2011 – June 30, 2011)

Armored Carrier Incidents

Hobbs Act

12

Total

12

Loot Taken and Recovered

Loot was taken in nine (75 percent) of the 12 incidents. Loot taken is itemized as follows:

Cash

$749,769.00

Securities—Face Value

$0.00

Checks (Including Traveler’s Checks)

$0.00

Food Stamps

$0.00

Other Property

$200.00

Total

$749,969.00

Full or partial recovery of loot was reported by law enforcement agencies in two of the 10 incidents in which loot was taken. Loot recovered is itemized as follows:

Cash

$30,040.00

Securities—Face Value

$0.00

Checks (Including Traveler’s Checks)

$0.00

Food Stamps

$0.00

Other Property

$200.00

Total

$30,240.00

Number, Race, and Sex of Perpetrators

The number of persons known to be involved in the 12 armored carrier incidents was 28. In a number of cases, the number and description of individuals involved are unknown due to nonobservance of the perpetrator by the victim(s) or the use of disguises. The following table shows a breakdown of the 28 known individuals involved by race and sex:

White Black Hispanic Other Unknown

Male

0 22 0 0 2

Female

0 0 0 0 0

Unknown Race/Sex: 4

Occurrences by Day of Week and Time of Day

Monday

1

6-9 a.m.

3

Tuesday

1

9-11 a.m.

7

Wednesday

2

11 a.m-1 p.m.

1

Thursday

4

1-3 p.m.

0

Friday

2

3-6 p.m.

1

Saturday

1

6 p.m.-6 a.m.

0

Sunday

1

Not Determined

0

Not Determined

0

Total

12

Total

12

Community Characteristics

Location

Commercial District

6

Shopping Center

4

Residential

2

Rural

0

Total

12

Community Type

Metropolitan

8

Suburban

3

Small City/Town

1

Rural

0

  Total

12

Modus Operandi Used

Firearm Used4

11

    Handgun

10

    Other Firearm

1

Other Weapon Used5

0

Weapon Threatened6

6

Explosive Device Used or Threatened

0

Oral Demand

9

Vault or Safe Theft

0

4 “Handgun” and “Other Firearm” added together may not coincide with “Firearm Used” since, in some cases, both handguns and firearms are used during the same crime. 
5 “Other Weapon Used” includes knives, other cutting instruments, hypodermic needles, clubs, etc. 
6 “Weapon Threatened” includes those cases where a weapon was threatened or implied either orally or in a demand note but was not actually observed. 

Injuries, Deaths, and Hostages Taken 

Acts of violence were committed during six of the 12 armored carrier incidents which occurred during the three-month period. These acts of violence resulted in one death, three injuries, and no hostages taken when the violent acts were committed. (One or more acts of violence may occur during an incident.)

Injuries

Customer

0

Employee

0

Perpetrator

1

Law Officer

0

Guard

2

Other

0

Total

3

Number of incidents in which injuries occurred: 3

Deaths

Customer

0

Employee

0

Perpetrator

1

Law Officer

0

Guard

0

Other

0

Total

1

Number of incidents in which deaths occurred: 1

Any statistical information furnished in this booklet is subject to change upon the investigation of bank robbery incidents, which occurred during 2011.

The BCS provides a nationwide view of bank robbery crimes based on statistics contributed by FBI field offices responding to bank robberies or otherwise gathered when provided to the FBI from local and state law enforcement.

Statistics recorded as of 08/02/2011, at FBI Headquarters.

Note: Not all bank robberies are reported to the FBI, and therefore BCS is not a complete statistical compilation of all banrk obberies that occur in the United States.

Leslie Janous Sentenced to 110 Months in Prison for Wire Fraud and Money Laundering

KNOXVILLE, TN—Leslie Janous, 36, of Knoxville, Tenn., was sentenced today in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee, by the Honorable Leon Jordan, Senior U.S. District Judge, to serve 110 months in federal prison. The sentence was the result of guilty pleas by Janous on February 24, 2011, to a federal grand jury indictment charging her with wire fraud and an information charging her with money laundering.

In April 2011, while awaiting sentencing for her offenses, Janous fled from the Knoxville area. She was apprehended by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on May 6, 2011, in Apache Junction, Ariz., and held in custody pending sentencing.

In addition to her term in prison, Janous was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $6,651,829.07 to her former employer, Scancarbon, Inc., the company that she defrauded. Judge Jordan also ordered that all proceeds of her offenses are subject to forfeiture.

U.S. Attorney Bill Killian said, “If there was ever a case of aggravated embezzlement, this was it. So far, throughout the indictment, arrest, plea of guilty and her subsequent efforts to escape, Leslie Janous has shown no remorse for her conduct. Service of this sentence will prove the seriousness of her criminal acts.”

The indictment and subsequent conviction of Janous was the result of an investigation conducted by the FBI, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Internal Revenue Service, and Knox County Sheriff’s Office. Assistant U.S. Attorney Frank M. Dale, Jr., represented the United States.

Developer Guilty of Fraud in the Development of the East St. Louis Bowman Estates Project

A Clayton developer pled guilty in U.S. District Court on October 27, 2011, for his role in the failed Bowman Estates construction project, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois, Stephen R. Wigginton, announced today. Harold Rosen, age 80, was indicted by a federal grand jury on January 21, 2011, for attempting to obtain more than $1.9 million of public financing under false pretenses.

As part of his plea, Rosen admitted that he provided cash payments and a promise of future employment to Arthur M. Johnson, the director of the Community Development Department for the city of East St. Louis, to receive favorable treatment from the city as he attempted to develop the Bowman Estates project. Johnson pled guilty on May 20, 2011, to aiding and abetting a portion of Rosen’s wire fraud and to bribery charges for accepting improper benefits in connection with business conducted by his office. Johnson is set for sentencing on November 8, 2011.

Rosen was convicted of seven counts of wire fraud in connection with his contract with the city of East St. Louis to construct a $5.6 million low-income, affordable housing project to be known as “Bowman Estates.” To obtain the construction contract, Rosen lied about his background and experience, falsely portraying himself as a wealthy man with extensive experience as a developer. He supplied fictitious tax returns and bogus financial statements when he applied for bank loans, and he fabricated loan commitments and a financing contract to mislead the city and the East St. Louis Financial Advisory Authority (FAA) into believing that he had obtained more than $3.6 million of private financing required as a pre-condition to the start of his construction project. Having deceived the city as to his financial wherewithal and expertise as a developer, Rosen then attempted to pass off considerably cheaper prefab modular housing manufactured in the State of Indiana in lieu of the promised on-site construction in East St. Louis that would have provided job opportunities to local construction workers. Rosen also created phony invoices and lien waivers that were submitted to the city and the FAA in order to obtain reimbursement for expenses that he had not actually paid order to generate working capital for the project.

Rosen attempted to obtain more than $1.9 million of public financing under false pretenses and he was successful in actually obtaining more than $60,000 by fraud. The East St. Louis Financial Advisory Authority (“FAA”), a state agency that oversees East St. Louis city spending, is credited for saving the city from additional losses by successfully blocking the expenditure of public funds from August, 2008, through June, 2009. The FAA also blocked the payment of a fraudulent $40,000 invoice.

The crime of wire fraud is punishable by not more than 20 years’ imprisonment, a $250,000 fine, and not more than three years’ supervised release upon release from prison. However, the United States Sentencing Guidelines must be applied to the case and considered by the court during sentencing. Sentencing has been scheduled for February 1, 2012.

The investigation was conducted through the Metro East Public Corruption Task Force by agents from the Internal Revenue Service, The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Steven D. Weinhoeft.

Eight Northern California Real Estate Investors Agree to Plead Guilty to Bid Rigging at Public Foreclosure Auctions

WASHINGTON—Eight Northern California real estate investors have agreed to plead guilty today for their roles in two separate conspiracies to rig bids and commit mail fraud at public real estate foreclosure auctions in Northern California, the Department of Justice announced.

Charges were filed today in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in San Francisco against Gary Anderson of Saratoga, Calif.; Patrick Campion of San Francisco; James Doherty of Hillsborough, Calif.; Keith Goodman of San Francisco; Troy Kent of San Mateo, Calif.; Craig Lipton of San Francisco; Henry Pessah of Burlingame, Calif.; and Laith Salma of San Francisco.

According to the felony charges, the real estate investors participated in a conspiracy to rig bids by agreeing to refrain from bidding against one another at public real estate foreclosure auctions in San Francisco County and San Mateo County. Doherty, Goodman and Lipton participated in the conspiracy in San Francisco, and Anderson, Campion, Kent, Pessah and Salma participated in the conspiracy in San Mateo.

“The collusion taking place at these auctions allowed the conspirators to line their pockets with funds that otherwise would have gone to lenders and, at times, financially distressed homeowners,” said Sharis Pozen, Acting Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division. “The investigation into collusion at these foreclosure auction markets is ongoing, and the Antitrust Division will continue to pursue the perpetrators of these fraudulent schemes until they are brought to justice.”

“The FBI and the Antitrust Division are working closely together to ensure that those who engage in fraudulent bid-rigging and other anticompetitive activities at foreclosure auctions are brought to justice,” said FBI Special Agent in Charge Stephanie Douglas. “We will continue to hold individuals accountable for crimes that damage the real estate market and defraud unsuspecting victims of their right to a fair marketplace.”

The department said that the primary purpose of the conspiracies was to suppress and restrain competition and to conceal payoffs in order to obtain selected real estate offered at San Francisco County and San Mateo County public foreclosure auctions at noncompetitive prices. When real estate properties are sold at these auctions, the proceeds are used to pay off the mortgage and other debt attached to the property, with remaining proceeds, if any, paid to the homeowner.

According to court documents, the eight real estate investors conspired with others not to bid against one another at public real estate foreclosure auctions in Northern California, participating in a conspiracy for various lengths of time between November 2008 and January 2011. The real estate investors were also charged with conspiracies to use the mail to carry out a fraudulent scheme to make payoffs to obtain title to selected real estate at fraudulently suppressed prices, to receive payoffs and to divert money to co-conspirators and away from mortgage holders and others with a legal interest in these properties.

Each violation of the Sherman Act carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $1 million fine for individuals. Each count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud carries a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine. The maximum fine for the Sherman Act charges may be increased to twice the gain derived from the crime or twice the loss suffered by the victim if either amount is greater than the $1 million statutory maximum.

The charges today are the latest cases filed by the department in its ongoing investigation into bid rigging and fraud at public real estate foreclosure auctions in San Francisco, San Mateo, Contra Costa and Alameda counties, Calif. To date, as a result of the investigation, 18 individuals have agreed to plead guilty.

The ongoing investigation into fraud and bid rigging at certain real estate foreclosure auctions in Northern California is being conducted by the Antitrust Division’s San Francisco Office and the FBI’s San Francisco office. Anyone with information concerning bid rigging or fraud related to public real estate foreclosure auctions should contact the Antitrust Division’s San Francisco Office at 415-436-6660, visit http://www.justice.gov/atr/contact/newcase.htm or call the FBI tip line at 415-553-7400.

Today’s charges are part of efforts underway by President Barack Obama’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force. President Obama established the interagency Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force to wage an aggressive, coordinated, and proactive effort to investigate and prosecute financial crimes. The task force includes representatives from a broad range of federal agencies, regulatory authorities, inspectors general and state and local law enforcement who, working together, bring to bear a powerful array of criminal and civil enforcement resources. The task force is working to improve efforts across the federal executive branch, and with state and local partners, to investigate and prosecute significant financial crimes, ensure just and effective punishment for those who perpetrate financial crimes, combat discrimination in the lending and financial markets, and recover proceeds for victims of financial crimes. For more information on the task force, visit http://www.StopFraud.gov.

The Robert Gates File – The Iran-Contra Scandal

The Robert Gates File

The Iran-Contra Scandal,Confirmation Hearings, and Excerpts from new book Safe for Democracy

National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 208

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By Tom Blanton and Peter Kornbluh
The New York Times
May 27, 1991

Praise for Safe for Democracy

“John Prados has written the first really comprehensive history of the CIA, thereby illluminating a basic fact of American intelligence–if you want to know what the CIA is doing, listen to what the president is saying; and if you want to know what the president really wants, watch what the CIA is doing. Safe for Democracy is history for adults–not White House spin but what really happened and why. For more than half a century the CIA, with marching orders from the president, has been trying to make the world safe for democracy. As Prados describes it, the result of these adventures–little safety, less democracy–tells us what to expect from the latest crusade in Iraq.”
— THOMAS POWERS, Pulitzer Prize-winner for national reporting and author of Intelligence Wars: American Secret History from Hitler to Al-Qeada

“A masterful account of the CIA’s covert and not-so-covert activities around the globe. Drawing on thousands of newly declassified documents, Prados brings together in one colorful narrative a sweeping history of America’s covert wars from the high plains of Tibet to the back alleys of Cairo. The result is an authoritative book that demythologizes the agency and poses hard questions about the true costs of secrecy to democracies everywhere.”
— KAI BIRD, co-author of American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer, winner of the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for biography

“John Prados is one of the most prolific and respected authors on national security issues today. In his troubling new book, Safe for Democracy, he draws on his many years of research to show that while the CIA wields the dagger, its aim is directed by the White House, often with disastrous results over the decades. At a time when the CIA is swallowed up in preemptive wars overseas and bureaucratic battles at home, this definitive history of covert action is both timely and necessary.”
— JAMES BAMFORD, author of The Puzzle Palace, Body of Secrets, and A Pretext for War
“John Prados has put it all together here in one great panorama of the CIA’s covert actions. The chapters on Eisenhower make clear that he was the key president in promoting the schemes, setting the pattern for the Cold War. Highly readable, this is intelligence history, and intelligent history, at its best.”
— LLOYD GARDNER, author of Approaching Vietnam, Spheres of Influence, and Pay Any Price


“John Prados has again demonstrated his excellence as a researcher and writer–coupled with his in-depth understanding of intelligence issues–to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date account of the CIA’s ‘secret wars.’ Safe for Democracy will be carefully read by those in and out of the intelligence community–in many countries.”
NORMAN POLMAR, co-author, Spy Book: The Encyclopedia of Espionage

 

Washington D.C., November 10, 2006 – Bush administration nominee for Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates had a long career in government which showed a notable combination of ambition and caution, according to a new book by Archive senior analyst John Prados [Safe for Democracy: The Secret Wars of the CIA (Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2006)] which deals with Gates among its much wider coverage of the agency since its inception.

As Director of Central Intelligence in the immediate aftermath of the Cold War, Gates faced criticism for moving slowly with reforming the agency for the new era, and thus missing a moment of extraordinary opportunity that occurred at that time. In earlier posts at top levels of the CIA, Gates figured in the Iran-Contra affair, in which he engaged in sins of omission if not commission, hesitating to make inquiries and pass warnings that might have headed off this abuse of power. As the CIA’s top manager for intelligence analysis in the early 1980s he was accused of slanting intelligence to suit the predilections of the Reagan administration and his boss, Director William J. Casey.

Excerpts from Safe for Democracy related to Mr. Gates are here posted by the Archive. They are accompanied by the full three volumes of the extraordinary confirmation hearings of Gates for CIA director which took place in 1991, and which at the time constituted the most detailed examination of U.S. intelligence practices carried out since the Church and Pike investigations of the 1970s. Also posted is the portion of the report by Iran-Contra special prosecutor Lawrence Walsh which concerns Mr. Gates, along with his response to those findings.

Six Presidents Served

A career intelligence officer, Robert M. Gates has emphasized the number of presidents he served and the long sweep of history he witnessed. The sixty-three year old Gates indeed worked under every U.S. president from Richard M. Nixon to George Herbert Walker Bush, and has now been nominated by the second President Bush as secretary of defense. His resume includes some key periods in contemporary history, serving in a White House role as Deputy National Security Adviser during the first Gulf War, leading the U.S. intelligence community in the wake of the fall of the Soviet Union, being implicated in the Iran-Contra affair, taking an active role in directing CIA intelligence analysis during the Reagan administration, fulfilling assignment as a staff aide to National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski during the Carter administration, working on U.S. national intelligence estimates on the Soviet Union, and playing a peripheral role in nuclear arms limitation talks during their early years. Gates holds a PhD from Georgetown University, graduated from the University of Indiana, and was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. His only direct military experience was as a young officer in the United States Air Force, where he worked primarily as an intelligence analyst, including for the Minuteman ICBM missile wing stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri.

The record suggests that Gates combines caution and ambition. As Director of Central Intelligence, leading the CIA after the Cold War, Gates promised many reforms but went slowly in implementing them, carefully marshaling agency support before embarking on those reforms. In Iran-Contra, the record of the special prosecutor’s investigation shows that Gates learned of a number of the key developments at a time when he could have intervened, but remained hesitant to do so. That caution cost him the first two times he was nominated for Senate confirmation-in both cases, to head the CIA-in 1987 and 1991. In the first instance, he was forced to withdraw from consideration. Gates’ second nomination, in 1991, led to the contentious hearings posted here.

As a manager of intelligence analysis under CIA Director Casey, Gates again demonstrated his two most recognizable traits. Knowing that Casey wanted to see certain kinds of analyses, for instance that painted the Soviet threat in bleak terms, Gates, according to former intelligence officers, demanded that his staff comply and encouraged reporting that some insisted was blatantly slanted, to a degree that led a variety of intelligence analysts to oppose his nomination as director. Such opposition was and remains unprecedented in the history of the CIA. On the other hand, on the Nicaragua covert operation of the mid-1980s, Gates showed caution in advising Casey near the end of 1984, when Congress was on the verge of cutting off all aid to the U.S.-backed Contra rebels to hand off the project to some other U.S. agency, which would protect CIA from charges that resulted from questionable activities. In the Carter White House and as an aide to CIA Director Stansfield Turner, Gates also displayed his guardedness. Until 1986, when he emerged as Deputy Director of Central Intelligence, Gates functioned in a quintessentially staff role.

Given his narrow background in military affairs, Robert Gates may be expected to go slowly in innovating new policy or strategy as Secretary of Defense, to devote considerable effort to reestablishing rapport between the Secretary’s office and the military service chiefs, and to work loyally in support of White House objectives. On Iraq, that may mean shifts in nuance but not direction. On the other hand, the Gates appointment may be a moderating influence on U.S. Iran policy, since he has dealt with this issue and has knowledge of the players going back more than two decades, was burned by policy missteps on Iran during the Reagan administration, and has in the past favored an opening to the Teheran government.


Excerpts from Safe for Democracy: The Secret Wars of the CIA (Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2006)
By John Prados
Pages 572-574:

AN UNCOMFORTABLE INTERREGNUM followed Bill Casey’s collapse [on December 15,1986]. With Casey in and out of the hospital, Robert M. Gates served as acting DCI. On February 2, 1987, Casey resigned. The White House faced the sudden need to find a new director of central intelligence. Years before, at the outset of Ronald Reagan’s presidency, Gates had told colleagues he wanted the top job. Now he came close to getting it. So close. The day Casey resigned, President Reagan nominated Gates as DCI in his own right. Perhaps the Reagan White House, beset by Iran-Contra, had not the energy or vision to seek out a new candidate for DCI. Or possibly Reagan saw Gates as a loyalist. Perhaps the call was for a professional but not someone with roots in the clandestine service. Gates fit that bill too. In any event, for a time it looked like Bob Gates would be moving into the director’s office.

The Senate would have to approve the Gates nomination, but the White House had clearly felt out the ground there. In the 1986 off-year elections the Democrats regained control of Congress, making Oklahoma Senator David L. Boren chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Boren and a number of others reacted positively to the Gates nomination. Even Vermont’s Pat Leahy saw the Gates appointment as a wise move. Opinion held that Gates would be asked tough questions on Iran-Contra but then confirmed.

Bob Gates put his best foot forward. There could be no denying his background as a superbly qualified intelligence officer. He had done that work for the air force and the CIA, beginning with Soviet nuclear weapons. He had seen diplomacy on the U.S. delegation to arms control talks. Gates had crafted the NIEs as an assistant national intelligence officer, as national intelligence officer, and later as ex officio chairman of the National Intelligence Council. He had done management as an assistant to a CIA director, an executive staff director, and as deputy director. Gates had headed one of the agency’s tribes as deputy director for intelligence. He knew the White House, serving there under Jimmy Carter. As DDCI he had gotten a taste of covert operations and the clandestine service. In twenty-one years, in other words, Robert Gates had acquired wide agency experience. He had made some enemies, in particular as he handled intelligence reporting during the Reagan years, but in 1987 those people did not contest his nomination, which seemed unstoppable.

Except for Iran-Contra. Gates gave that his best shot too. Not coincidentally it became known that when he took over as acting director, Gates had recorded a classified video affirming that the CIA would act only under legal authorities and would never again do anything like the Iran arms shipments without a proper presidential finding. When hearings opened on February 17 [1987], Gates quickly made it known that he felt Iran-Contra had broken all the rules. He would resign if ordered to do something like that. Gates regretted not following up on the scattered indications of illegality he had perceived, But the nominee’s assurances foundered on the rocks of the Iran-Contra investigations. A number of questions had yet to be answered then, including whether Gates had helped mislead Congress, the extent of his participation in concocting false chronologies, his role in efforts to have the CIA take over the Secord “Enterprise,” when Gates learned of the diversion of funds to the contras, and what he had done once he knew it.

The more questions, the more Bob Gates’s chances disappeared into the maw of assorted illegalities. Had Gates known of violations o the Arms Export Control Act? Had he known of the “retrospective” finding? What had he done? Again and again. At this point Congress created a joint committee to investigate Iran-Contra, and it did not expect answers for months. Then, on February 22, the public learned that in 1985 Gates had sent the White House a memorandum from one of his national intelligence officers advocating the improvement of relations with Iran through arms sales, a view at variance with existing estimates. Two days later the Joint committee asked that Gates s nomination be put on hold. Senator Boren posed the alternatives of a vote or a withdrawal of the nomination while senior congressional leaders warned the White House that a fight over Gates would concentrate yet more attention on Iran Contra. Reagan who had just released a presidential commission report in an effort to put the scandal behind him did not care to hear that.

Robert Gates decided to withdraw. The next day the administration took back the nomination. Gates issued a statement defending his actions during the Iran-Contra affair denying he had covered up evidence or suppressed improprieties. Eventually the joint committee cleared Gates of illegal actions, and the Iran Contra special prosecutor affirmed that conclusion, but there had been failings. Gates cites mitigating circumstances in his memoirs, where he writes:

I would go over those points in my mind a thousand times in the months and years to come, but the criticisms still hit home. A thousand times I would go over the “might-have-beens” if I had raised more hell than I did with Casey about nonnotification of Congress, if I had demanded that the NSC get out of covert action, if I had insisted that CIA not play by NSC rules, if I had been more aggressive with the DO in my first months as DDCI, if I had gone to the Attorney General.

It became Robert Gates’s misfortune to be swept up in a web of illegality so immense it brought dangers of the impeachment of a president, which made Gates small fry indeed and virtually overnight neutered Ronald Reagan.

In withdrawing the Gates nomination, President Reagan simultaneously announced his appointment of William B. Webster to lead the agency. Webster liked to be called “Judge”-he had been a jurist on the federal bench, eventually on the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. Where CIA denizens begrudged Stansfield Turner his preferred title of admiral, no one held back with Judge Webster. Dedication to the law and to his native St. Louis, at least as deep as Turner’s to the navy, had seen Webster through law school at Washington University, then a decade as a St. Louis attorney, another as a U.S. district attorney, and then the bench. In 1978 President Carter named Webster to head the FBI, the post he held when Reagan asked him to move to Langley. Three days shy of his fifty-third birthday, Judge Webster came with stellar reviews-squeaky clean, exactly what Reagan then needed. The Senate intelligence committee approved his nomination in early May, and the full Senate consented to it shortly thereafter. Judge Webster was sworn in immediately.

Bob Gates felt the weight of Iran-Contra lifted from his shoulders, only to hear from his brother that their father had just died. As Gates dealt with personal tragedy, Webster established himself at Langley. Again like Admiral Turner, Judge Webster brought in a coterie as his inner circle-this time of former FBI aides. That move scarcely endeared Webster to CIA staff, though he took some of the sting away by announcing Gates would remain DDCI.

The new CIA director had a background in government and even in the security field, where his ‘time at the FBI had included notable investigations of corruption among congressmen, the Korean CIA, and, of course, Iran-Contra. In Webster’s last months at the FBI the Bureau had looked into Southern Air Transport, the agency’s quasi-proprietary. But Webster’s knowledge of intelligence, mostly peripheral, resulted from participation in the National Foreign Intelligence Board, the DCI’s committee of the directors of all the U.S. intelligence agencies. His background in foreign affairs, even thinner, did not help in the corridors at Langley.

Webster’s tenure has received mixed reviews. Melissa Boyle Mahle, an officer with the DO’s Near East Division, saw the Judge as isolating himself, managing rather than leading CIA, passing Olympian judgments, treating the agency as something dirty or infectious. “He did not lead the troops, or ever really try to get to know them,” she writes. The chief of station in Brussels, Richard Holm, felt Webster never really fit in but nevertheless had been a good choice, and Holm was sorry when he left. Floyd Paseman, by 1987 a branch chief in the East Asia Division soon elevated to the management staff, believes Webster “did a terrific job of restoring the CIA’s image.” Dewey Clarridge asserts that Webster “didn’t have the stomach for bold moves of any sort.” Robert Gates acknowledges the criticisms but calls Webster a “godsend” to the CIA, observing that none of the complaints “amounted to a hill of beans compared to what he brought to CIA that May: leadership, the respect of Congress, and a sterling character.”

Pages 582-585:

Judge Webster may have been the most prominent casualty of the Gulf War. During the long interregnum between Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait and the beginning of the coalition military campaign came a period of diplomacy and economic sanctions. In Capitol Hill debates and the struggle for public opinion, Webster was called upon to render opinions on the effectiveness of sanctions, Iraqi intent, and the balance of forces. Others seized on Webster’s words as ammunition. This did not please Bush. Never that comfortable at Langley, Judge Webster decided he had had enough. He let a few weeks go by after the Gulf triumph, then stepped down. The DO shed few tears.

The White House announced the resignation on May 8, 1991. Appearing briefly with Webster, President Bush said he had yet to think of a successor but praised Robert Gates. That same day Bush summoned Gates to his cabin aboard Air Force One and asked if the former spook would accept the CIA nomination. Gates immediately agreed. He expected a painful confirmation process, and he got one. Iran-Contra investigations continued, and Bob Gates would not be definitively cleared until the special prosecutor’s final report, still two years in the future. When Alan Fiers pleaded guilty in July 1991, Gates feared that Fiers would implicate him in some way. “The lowest point in my life came the day before the plea bargain was announced,” Gates recalls. Acutely conscious of the fact that civil servants rarely rise to head their departments, Gates realized it had been a generation since Bill Colby had been confirmed. Gates had been close to some quite controversial people, from Kissinger to Casey. Then the summer of 1991 brought the final collapse of the Soviet Union, kicking off the debate as to whether the CIA had failed to predict it. Of course Gates had had a dominant role in CIA analysis of Russia for years. But this time, unlike 1987, Gates resolved to proceed with the confirmation process no matter what.

Charges that Robert Gates had politicized intelligence took center stage when confirmation hearings opened in September [1991]. At first an extended examination of the nominee was not planned. Marvin C. Ott, deputy director of the SSCI staff at the time, recalls that the predisposition to let Gates sail through created a staff presumption that there was nothing to look into. Committee staff and members were flummoxed by the appearance of a succession of analysts who gave chapter and verse on many Gates interventions in intelligence analysis. Reports on Afghanistan and Nicaragua were among those cited. Evidence emerged that current employees, reluctant to criticize openly, also saw Gates as an interventionist. Far from pro forma nomination hearings, those on Gates morphed into a major CIA inquiry.

The nominee presented a preemptive defense, attempting to disarm critics with examples of how he had simply tried to push analysts to back up their assertions, picturing some alleged interventions as his effort to tease out better reporting. Then a number of former analysts went before the committee to dispute that rendering, most notably Mel Goodman, who had been a colleague for years; Jennifer L. Glaudemans, a former Soviet analyst; and Harold P. Ford, one of the CIA’s grand old men. Alan Fiers appeared as part of the committee’s fairly extensive coverage of Iran-Contra, but his testimony did Gates no harm. Others supported the nomination. Gates himself returned for “something fairly dramatic,” a round of follow-up testimony refuting critics. The hearings became the most extensive examination of U.S. intelligence since the Church and Pike investigations. Work at Langley ground to a halt as CIA officers watched every minute on television, much like Americans riveted by the 0. J. Simpson murder trial.

The intelligence committee wrestled with its quandary. President Bush intervened, invoking party discipline to ensure that members backed the nominee. Ott believes Gates appealed to the White House for this measure. Committee chairman David Boren staged his own covert operation, acting impartially in the camera’s eye while laboring in secret to build support for the nominee. Boren agreed to one of the most extensive committee reports on a nomination ever, in which his committee attempted to reconcile Gates’s testimony with the charges against him. In Ott’s view, this episode became the first time in a decade where partisanship reigned on the SSCI. Finally the committee approved Bush’s appointee. Gates was confirmed early in November.

For all the drama of the hearings, the sequel did not live up to the fears of opponents. Director Gates strove to preserve flexibility as Langley marched into the post-Cold War era. He showed a healthy appreciation for the need to change, forming a whole range of task forces, fourteen in all, each to recommend changes in some aspect of CIA activity. A group on openness figured among them, advising that a swath of records be made public. In 1992 Gates spoke before a conference of diplomatic historians and promised that the agency would open up, even in regard to covert operations. As an earnest of its intentions, the CIA declassified large portions of the body of NIEs on the Soviet Union and that December sponsored a conference reflecting on the period. Stansfield Turner gave the keynote address.

One of the Gates study groups considered politicization. Although its instructions were drawn so narrowly it could conclude there had been none, Gates gathered a large contingent of officers in The Bubble in March 1992 to ventilate the issue. Directly confronting the matter that had clouded his confirmation, Gates squared the circle by acknowledging that whether or not there had been politicization in the past, it was a danger to be guarded against. The director declared his determination to find better ways to prevent policy driven analysis.

Another task force focused on covert action. Among the novelties there, a delegation of senior clandestine services officers met with scholars at the Institute of Policy Studies, a leftist think tank, to solicit their views on directions the agency might take. They did not flinch when told the DCI ought to abolish the Directorate for Operations. Of course no such advice made its way into the final report, but DDO Thomas Twetten was placed on notice that the old days were gone. Twetten, one of the anointed, who thought nothing of rejecting a Freedom of Information Act request for Mongoose documents whose substance was already in the Church Committee report, was forced to retrench. The directorate consolidated operations in several African countries closing a number of stations-a move that soon came back to haunt the agency.

A national center to target human intelligence assets flowed from Gates’s concern for more spies. But DO officers in the field met with silence when they proposed new operations or recruitments. Iran Contra showed that Langley would not back its officers in trouble, and now morale became difficult to sustain. One Latin American division field man told his mates, “Pay attention this is the end of an era.” Clandestine officer Melissa Mahle pictures the atmosphere well: “We were not listening. Operations officers felt they had been made the scapegoat of a failed White House policy… We did not hear the call to do …business in a new way, in a way that would be more attuned to the attitudes of the post-Cold War 1990s. In a climate in which the agency’s goal seemed to have been achieved, Robert Gates could not stem the retirements and resignations that began about then. The clandestine service denigrated him as a mere analyst who did not understand operations.

As far as covert action is concerned, Mahle makes the apt point that part of the CIA’s problem was rooted in Reagan-era practice, in which covert operations were conducted openly and made the subject of political debate and partisan accusation, all to avoid explanations when projects did not go as advertised. She writes: “The CIA entered into a new phase of ‘overt covert action,’ a marvelous oxymoron that should join the ranks of ‘jumbo shrimp’ and ‘military intelligence.” The consequences of acting overtly included constant demands for specifics-from Congress, the press, the public, foreign governments-that meant secrecy headaches. Operational details could be exposed. Political tumult could terminate actions in midstream, magnifying the fear of abandonment of CIA’s proxies. And overt action amplified tensions between CIA and the Pentagon too, as the special warfare community pressed for greater control. Worse, the CIA’s role became that of bag man, hiring the proxies, whether foreign security services or local factions, as spearpoints for U.S. action. Paramilitary capabilities atrophied with cutbacks in the Special Activities Division. Operations also became less controllable as CIA steadily reduced its direct role.

The growing importance of proxies had implications for the use of covert action to implant democracy. To the old dilemma of shady means in service of lofty goals was added the spoiler of agents who acted in America’s name with their own agendas, or those who took the CIA cash and wouldn’t stay “bought.” These problems were, and are, intractable.

As director, Robert Gates’s vision involved gradual, planned change. He put teeth into the idea of support for military operations. One of the task forces worked on that alone. He tried to turn the agency toward the challenges of proliferation and transnational threats. Director Gates wanted more and better training for analysts, use of open source information, and techniques like competitive analysis. He ordered the revamping of CIA file systems. He opposed restructuring, including talk of a national agency for mapping and photographic interpretation, but agreed with the Pentagon on reforms at the National Reconnaissance Office. When Gates came to Langley, 6o percent of the CIA budget aimed at Russia; when he left that figure had dropped to 13 percent. But Gates never completed his mission. George H. W. Bush lost the 1992 election to William J. Clinton. A few days later, on November 7, Gates announced his retirement. He stayed only long enough for Clinton to choose his own director.


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Chapter 16, “Robert M. Gates” – Excerpt from the Final Report of the Independent Counsel for Iran/Contra Matters, Volume I: Investigations and Prosecutions, August 4, 1993

Robert M. Gates, Letter in Response to Findings of Independent Counsel Lawrence E. Walsh, September 22, 1993 – Excerpt from Final Report of the Independent Counsel for Iran/Contra Matters, Volume III: Comments and Materials Submitted by Individuals and Their Attorneys Responding to Volume I of the Final Report, December 3, 1993

“Nomination of Robert M. Gates,” Hearings Before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Volume I, September 16, 17, 19, 20, 1991 – Part 1 of 2 (16MB) – Part 2 of 2 (16MB)

“Nomination of Robert M. Gates,” Hearings Before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Volume II, September 24, October 1, 2, 1991 – Part 1 of 2 (10MB) – Part 2 of 2 (17MB)

“Nomination of Robert M. Gates,” Hearings Before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Volume III, October 3, 4, 18, 1991 (15MB)

TOP-SECRET-Spy Satellite Engineer’s Top Secret Is Revealed

Phil Pressel designed cameras for the government's top-secret Hexagon project. He's only recently been able to speak about his life's work.

Phil Pressel designed cameras for the government’s top-secret Hexagon project. He’s only recently been able to speak about his life’s work.

 

Every day for decades, engineer Phil Pressel would come home from work and be unable to tell his wife what he’d been doing all day.

Now, Pressel is free to speak about his life’s work: designing cameras for a top-secret U.S. government spy satellite. Officially known as the KH-9 Hexagon, engineers called it “Big Bird” for its massive size.

Until the government declassified it last month, Hexagon had been a secret for 46 years.

“The challenge for this satellite, to design it, was to survey the whole globe,” Pressel tells weekends on All Things Considered host Guy Raz.

It was a grand challenge for Pressel. Born in Belgium, he survived the Holocaust as a young boy when a French family hid him from the Nazis. Pressel says he never expected to come to America, much less become an engineer on a top-secret American spy satellite.

Hexagon’s main purpose was, in a way, to prevent wars. It was designed to spot Soviet missile silos and troop movements.

“It permitted President Nixon, in the early 1970s, to sign the SALT-1 treaty, the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty,” Pressel says. Photos sent down from Hexagon enabled the U.S. to verify the Soviet Union’s claims about its weapons stockpiles.

Those photos themselves were a technological marvel. Pressel says that even 40 years after its original launch, Hexagon is still one of the most complicated vehicles ever to orbit the earth because it used film.

“It was the last film-recovery system used for reconnaissance,” he says. Each Hexagon satellite launched with 60 miles worth of film and an immensely complicated electromechanical system that controlled the cameras.

Once a reel of film was finished, it was loaded into a re-entry pod and sent back to earth. “And then at around 50,000 feet, a parachute would slow it down, and a C-130 airplane caught it in midair over the Pacific,” Pressel says.

After all the film was sent back to earth, the satellite was abandoned, and a new one launched, he says. Nineteen of them went up before the program ended in 1986.

Pressel says he’s immensely proud of the work he and his colleagues did on Hexagon. “We did all of this incredibly complicated work with slide rules, without microprocessors, without solid state electronics,” he says.

“We used old technology, and it worked!”

TOP-SECRET-Dismantling the B53 Megadeath Bomb

This undated photo provided by the National Nuclear Security Administration shows the last B53 nuclear bomb. It was dismantled this past week, just outside Amarillo, Texas. It's a milestone in efforts to reduce the number of nuclear weapons.

National Nuclear Security Administration/APThis undated photo provided by the National Nuclear Security Administration shows the last B53 nuclear bomb. It was dismantled this past week, just outside Amarillo, Texas. It’s a milestone in efforts to reduce the number of nuclear weapons.

This past week, the U.S. dismantled the last of its largest nuclear bombs, the B53.

This was a Dr. Strangelove bomb, conjuring up images of armageddon and apocalypse. At the same time, one of the smallest warheads was also removed from the nuclear arsenal.

These are steps the U.S. is taking apart from its arms control agreements with Russia. And thousands more American nuclear weapons are slated for destruction in a process that could take a decade or more.

The B53 was the size of a minivan and weighed 4 1/2 tons. Its destructive power was 600 times that of the Hiroshima bomb dropped on Japan at the end of World War II.

“This is a Cold War relic — there’s no continuing need for it. And it shows the direction of our future,” says Dan Poneman, the deputy secretary of energy.

The United States built 340 of these huge bombs. Several were tested in the atmosphere in the South Pacific. They were so big that only two could fit in a B-52 bomber. Between 1962 and 1967, there were 24 of them on continuous alert in the air ready to be dropped over the Soviet Union.

This is a Cold War relic — there’s no continuing need for it. And it shows the direction of our future.

– Dan Poneman, the deputy secretary of energy, speaking about the dismantling of the B53 nuclear bomb

Those flights were ended more than 40 years ago, but B53s remained in the active U.S. arsenal until 1997. It’s taken the past 14 years to dismantle them.

“It’s hard to understand how much destructive power this 9-megaton monster had,” says Joe Cirincione, a longtime analyst of nuclear weapons policy and now president of the Ploughshares Fund.

“It would dig a crater 750-feet deep. It would kill everything within a 9- or 10-mile radius, and spread radioactivity for hundreds of miles around the blast site,” he says.

Smaller Bombs Also Dismantled

The much smaller W70 met a similar fate a week ago. It had been deployed on tactical missiles, which have been withdrawn from service.

But there are still thousands of U.S. nuclear weapons in line for destruction, says Poneman.

“As we move to a world of less reliance on nuclear weapons, we’re going to be retiring other systems as well,” he says.

It could take 10 years or longer to get that job done, says Cirincione.

“The same facilities that dismantle U.S. nuclear warheads are also refurbishing U.S. warheads,” he said. “And right now a decision has been made to prioritize refurbishment. So we’re actually building more nuclear weapons than we’re dismantling. That didn’t use to be the case, but it is now.”

Right now, the U.S. is dismantling about 250 warheads a year at the Pantex nuclear plant in Amarillo, Texas. The process is much slower than it used to be, says Bruce Blair, co-founder of Global Zero, a bipartisan group that supports the eventual elimination of all nuclear weapons.

“In the 1990s, the United States was dismantling at a rate three times the rate of today,” he said. “Partly that’s because we were not refurbishing a lot of weapons and extending their life spans. And now we have a plan, just the next 10 years, we’re supposed to be extending the life, the longevity, of roughly 2,000 strategic, high-yield nuclear weapons.”

The U.S. still has some 1,800 strategic warheads deployed, a thousand on land- and sea-based missiles that could be launched in 12 minutes — and another 2,500 in reserve. These are the warheads that are being refurbished and that have slowed the dismantling process.

“At the rate that we’re dismantling now, which is around 250 or so weapons per year, a weapon that is ready to be retired and be destroyed may not get to Pantex for actual dismantling for 10 years, because the queue is so long.”

How long is that queue? Poneman would only say it’s a goodly number. Other sources say there could be as many as 4,000 bombs in warehouses awaiting destruction.

“DUBIOS” ! FAZ, SZ, SPIEGEL, HANDELSBLATT UND MANAGER MAGAZIN ÜBER RESCH, GoMoPa und STASI-OBERST STELZER UND DEREN “PARTNER”

http://www.faz.net/aktuell/gesellschaft/kriminalitaet/cyberstalking-im-netz-11084803.html

http://www.faz.net/aktuell/gesellschaft/kriminalitaet/cyberstalking-im-netz-11084803.html

https://berndpulch.org/2011/09/27/suddeutsche-zeitung-uber-die-kriminellen-machenschaften-der-gomopa-3/

http://www.manager-magazin.de/finanzen/artikel/0,2828,630325,00.html

http://www.handelsblatt.com/finanzen/boerse-maerkte/boerse-inside/finanzaufsicht-untersucht-kursachterbahn-bei-wirecard/3406252.html

http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-13502488.html

http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-13395385.html

http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-65717414.html

STASI-NAMEN ALPHABETISCH BUCHSTABE P-PE – STASI-NAMES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER –P-PE

Die Liste wurde bereits früher hier publiziert:

http://stasiopfer.de/component/option,com_simpleboard/Itemid,/func,view/id,993815828/catid,4/

Vom “Stasiopfer”-Angebot führt ein Link zu einer Website in den USA (www.jya.com), die sich auch mit den Praktiken von Geheimdiensten beschäftigt. Dort findet sich die “Fipro-Liste”, das detaillierte “Finanzprojekt” der Stasi, angefertigt in den letzten Tagen der DDR, um die Rentenansprüche der rund 100 000 hauptamtlichen Mitarbeiter des MfS auch nach dem Zusammenbruch des Systems belegen zu können. Die “Fipro-Liste” ist seit langem bekannt und diente Anfang der neunziger Jahre etwa zur Identifizierung der so genannten OibE – Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz. Diese  Liste „Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz“im Jahre 1991 erschien  in der “taz. Die Echtheit kann beim BStU überprüft werden.

Siehe u.a. http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-22539439.html

Auf Druck ehemaliger STASI-Leute und Ihrer Genossen wurde die Liste aus dem Verkehr gezogen.

Hier ist sie wieder:

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Diese Liste beinhaltet die Namen von 90.598 Mitarbeitern des Ministeriums für Staatssicherheit der DDR. Die Liste ist nicht vollständig. Insbesondere Mitarbeiter der Führungsebene sind nicht enthalten.

This is a list of 90.598 members of the secret police of East Germany (Ministry for State Security), the list isn’t complete, because the most of the high Officiers lieke Colonel and higher have destroyed the personal Informations in the last days of Eastern Germany.

Listen der Stasimitarbeiter-hier findest Du sie! Was bedeuten die Zahlen?
1.Listen der Stasi-Diensteinheiten!
Bem.:hier kannst du die Nr.(6-stellig) der Dienststellen heraussuchen.
2.Liste der Stasi-Mitarbeiter (Hauptamtlich)
Bem.:Hoffentlich hast Du einen guten Rechner, denn die Liste ist erschreckend lang. Die ersten 6 Ziffern sind das Geburtsdatum + die nächsten 6 Ziffern = Dienstausweisnummer! Die zwei Ziffern hinter dem Geburtsdatum geben das Geschlecht an: 41 und 42 = Männlich, 51 und 52 = Weiblich! Wichtig für suchen und finden, sind die sechs Ziffern in den Semikolon vor den Namen: z.B. ;07;00;44; ! Das ist die Nummer der Dienststelle !
Also du suchst in der Liste der Dienststellen, die Nummer der Dienststelle, die Dich interessiert. Damit gehst Du in die Liste der Mitarbeiter und suchst Dir alle Mitarbeiter der entsprechenden Dienststelle heraus. Ich habe das für mein Wohnort getan und so alle Mitarbeiter gefunden. Ob die Liste Vollständig ist kann ich nicht einschätzen, aber zumindest er/kannte ich einige Exverräter vom Namen her.
3.Liste der OibE (Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz)

Cybermobbing: SAT 1 berichtet

Thema Cybermobbing: Natascha Ochsenknecht trifft auf Piraten-Vizechef Schlömer bei „Eins gegen Eins“ am Montag in SAT.1.
Rund ein Drittel der 14- bis 20-jährigen Deutschen sind schon mal Opfer von Cybermobbing geworden.* Beleidigungen, Verleumdungen, Identitätsklau – die Varianten sind vielfältig und die Täter bleiben meist unerkannt. „Eins gegen Eins“, der wöchentliche Polit-Talk in SAT.1, stellt deshalb die Frage: Stoppt Cybermobbing – brauchen wir einen Ausweis für Facebook und Co.? Moderator Claus Strunz begrüßt dazu am Montag, 31. Oktober 2011, um 23.30 Uhr, im Studio: Natascha Ochsenknecht, Promi-Mutter von Wilson Gonzalez und Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht, sowie Medien-Rechtsanwalt Dr. Alexander Wachs sind für den Web-Ausweis. Ein klares Contra geben der Vizechef der Piratenpartei Bernd Schlömer und Internet-Soziologe Dr. Stephan Humer.

* Quelle: Forsa-Umfrage im Auftrag der TK, 2011

„Eins gegen Eins“ – immer montags um 23:30 Uhr in Sat1.

General Services Administration Employee Sentenced to Prison for Role in Bribery Scheme as Part of Multi-Year Corruption Investigation

WASHINGTON—A General Services Administration (GSA) customer service manager was sentenced today to 30 months in prison for his role in a bribery scheme related to payments he received for awarding GSA contracts to various government contractors, announced Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, GSA Inspector General Brian D. Miller and Assistant Director in Charge James W. McJunkin of the FBI’s Washington Field Office.

Eric M. Minor, 45, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Ricardo M. Urbina of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, who also ordered him to pay $118,000 in restitution. Minor previously pleaded guilty to one count of bribery.

According to information presented in court, from 2007 until 2010, Minor devised and executed with others a scheme to obtain approximately $118,000 in cash kickback payments for himself from six government contractors in exchange for using his official position to retain their companies to perform maintenance and construction work at GSA facilities that he managed. Minor, a 25-year employee with GSA, served as a customer service manager in the District of Columbia and elsewhere. Minor was responsible for coordinating, planning, estimating, contracting and scheduling work for his field office—the Potomac Service Center—which is responsible for federal buildings and federal leased space in Virginia and the National Capital Region.

This case marks the culmination of a multi-year covert investigation into corruption by government employees and civilian contractors involved in the award and administration of GSA contracts in the Washington, D.C., metro area. The investigation resulted in the conviction of 11 individuals, including Minor, all of whom pleaded guilty to federal criminal offenses including bribery and conspiracy.

“As the result of this multi-year investigation, 11 federal workers and contractors have been convicted for participating in multiple bribery and kickback schemes,” said Assistant Attorney General Breuer. “Instead of serving taxpayers honestly, these government employees and contractors turned to corruption—steering business to favored individuals in exchange for kickbacks and using bribes to secure government contracts. Taxpayers have a right to know that their dollars are being put to good use, not to line the pockets of corrupt federal employees or contractors. We will continue to punish corrupt behavior wherever we find it.”

“For the past five years, our special agents have brought these corrupt officials to justice one by one,” said GSA Inspector General Miller. “The breadth of this network suggests that some officials believe it is okay to line their own pockets at the expense of taxpayers. We will not tolerate this attitude and will aggressively investigate any situation where ‘business as usual’ includes graft and corruption.”

“Today’s sentencing is a reminder that individuals who scheme to defraud the U.S. Government, violate the public’s trust and will be brought to justice,” said Assistant Director in Charge McJunkin of the FBI’s Washington Field Office. “Through the FBI’s liaison with our government partners, we are able to identify these fraudulent improprieties and bring the full force of the government against those who seek to use tax payer dollars for private gain.”

In addition to Minor, each of the following 10 individuals pleaded guilty to federal offenses relating to bribery and kickback schemes in the award and administration of GSA contracts, and each has been sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Urbina for their illegal activities:

On Feb. 19, 2008, James Fisher pleaded guilty to one count of bribery related to his work as a planner and estimator for GSA at the White House Property Management Center in the District of Columbia. Fisher was sentenced on May 13, 2008, to 18 months in prison and ordered to pay $40,000 in restitution.

On Aug. 19, 2008, William Dodson pleaded guilty to one count of bribery related to his work as a building manager for GSA at the Potomac Annex in the District of Columbia. Dodson was sentenced on Sept. 10, 2009, to 15 months in prison and ordered to pay $26,200 in restitution.

On Oct. 6, 2008, Daniel Money pleaded guilty to one count of bribery related to his work as a government contractor at the U.S. Tax Court in the District of Columbia. Money was sentenced on Feb. 5, 2009, to 30 months in prison and ordered to forfeit $95,000.

On Aug. 14, 2008, Fred Timbol pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States related to his work as a facilities services officer at the U.S. Tax Court in the District of Columbia. Timbol was sentenced on March 5, 2009, to 18 months in prison and ordered to pay $24,143 in restitution.

On June 23, 2008, Oscar Flores pleaded guilty to one count of bribery related to his work as a government contractor at the U.S. Tax Court in the District of Columbia. Flores was sentenced on April 12, 2010, to six months of home confinement, three years of probation, and 300 hours of community service and was ordered to pay a $40,000 fine.

On May 12, 2008, Raj Singla pleaded guilty to one count of bribery related to his work as a mechanical engineer at the Wilbur J. Cohen Building in the District of Columbia. Singla was sentenced on May 27, 2010, to five years of probation and six months of home confinement and was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service. He was also ordered to pay a $75,000 fine and restitution of $74,000.

On Feb. 18, 2010, Suresh Malhotra pleaded guilty to one count of bribery related to his work as a general engineer and project manager for GSA in the District of Columbia. Malhotra was sentenced on May 27, 2010, to five years of probation and nine months of home confinement and was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service. He was also ordered to pay a $60,000 fine and restitution of $57,060.

On June 30, 2010, Tarsem Singh pleaded guilty to one count of bribery related to his work as a consultant for a government contractor working at GSA facilities in the District of Columbia. Singh was sentenced on Nov. 1, 2010, to five years of probation and six months of home confinement and was ordered to pay a $30,000 fine.

On Dec. 16, 2010, Narsinh J. Patel pleaded guilty to one count of bribery related to his work as a government contractor at GSA facilities in the District of Columbia. Patel was sentenced on March 10, 2011, to three years of probation, and was ordered to perform 250 hours of community service and pay a $10,000 fine.

On Jan. 29, 2009, Gary Thompson pleaded guilty to one count of bribery related to his work as a building manager for GSA at the Metropolitan Service Center in Maryland. Thompson was sentenced on Aug. 2, 2011, to nine months in prison, and was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service and forfeit $55,000.

This case is being prosecuted by Trial Attorneys Daniel A. Petalas, Richard B. Evans and Peter Koski of the Criminal Division’s Public Integrity Section. The case was investigated by special agents of the GSA-Office of Inspector General and the FBI’s Washington Field Office.

New Insider Trading Charges Against Former Corporate Chairman and Director Rajat K. Gupta

PREET BHARARA, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and JANICE K. FEDARCYK, the Assistant Director in Charge of the New York Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), announced today the unsealing of a six-count indictment against RAJAT K. GUPTA, a former corporate chairman and member of the Boards of Directors of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (“Goldman Sachs”) and the Procter & Gamble Company (“P&G”), for engaging in an insider trading scheme with Raj Rajaratnam, the founder and former head of the Galleon Group.

Manhattan U.S. Attorney PREET BHARARA stated: “Rajat Gupta was entrusted by some of the premier institutions of American business to sit inside their boardrooms, among their executives and directors, and receive their confidential information so that he could give advice and counsel for the benefit of their shareholders. As alleged, he broke that trust and instead became the illegal eyes and ears in the boardroom for his friend and business associate, Raj Rajaratnam, who reaped enormous profits from Mr. Gupta’s breach of duty. Today we allege that the corruption we have seen in the trading cubicles, investment firms, law firms, expert consulting firms, medical labs, and corporate suites also insinuated itself into the boardrooms of elite companies. ”

FBI Assistant Director in Charge JANICE K. FEDARCYK stated: “Today’s surrender is the latest step in an initiative launched by the FBI in 2007 targeting hedge fund insider trading. The conduct alleged is not an inadvertent slip of the tongue by Mr. Gupta. His eagerness to pass along inside information to Rajaratnam is nowhere more starkly evident than in the two instances where a total of 39 seconds elapsed between his learning of crucial Goldman Sachs information and lavishing it on his good friend. That information (captured by the FBI) was conveyed by phone so quickly it could be termed instant messaging.”

According to the Indictment unsealed today in Manhattan federal court:

During all relevant times, GUPTA and Rajaratnam maintained a personal and business relationship. Among other things, GUPTA invested money in at least two different Galleon funds and formed separate investment and private equity funds with Rajaratnam.

From 2008 through January 2009, GUPTA disclosed to Raj Rajaratnam material, nonpublic information (the “Inside Information”) that GUPTA had learned in his capacity as a member of the Boards of Directors of Goldman Sachs and P&G with the understanding that Rajaratnam would use the Inside Information to purchase and sell securities. Rajaratnam, in turn, caused the execution of transactions in the securities of Goldman Sachs and P&G on the basis of the Inside Information, and shared the Inside Information with others at Galleon, thereby earning illegal profits, and illegally avoiding losses, of millions of dollars. The Inside Information included confidential information about the companies’ earnings and financial performance, as well as certain corporate transactions that were being undertaken by Goldman Sachs and P&G.

For example, in the late afternoon of September 23, 2008, shortly before the close of the market, GUPTA participated telephonically in a meeting of the Goldman Sachs Board. During that meeting, the Goldman Sachs Board agreed to accept a $5 billion investment by Berkshire Hathaway, a multi-national holding company. Approximately 16 seconds after GUPTA disconnected his phone from the Goldman Sachs Board call, at approximately 3:54 p.m., his assistant called Rajaratnam and shortly thereafter, connected GUPTA to the call. At approximately 3:58 p.m., just two minutes before the close of the market, Rajaratnam caused certain Galleon funds to purchase approximately 217,200 shares of Goldman Sachs common stock at a total cost of approximately $27 million.

Following the close of the market on September 23, 2008, Goldman Sachs publicly announced the investment by Berkshire Hathaway. The next morning, Goldman Sachs’s stock opened for trading at a price that was more than $3.00 per share higher than the preannouncement closing price on September 23, 2008. On September 24, 2008, Rajaratnam caused Galleon to sell the 217,200 Goldman Sachs shares that had been purchased at approximately 3:58 p.m. on September 23, 2008, generating an illegal profit of approximately $840,000.

On October 23, 2008, GUPTA participated by telephone in a meeting of the Goldman Sachs Board in which senior executives of Goldman Sachs updated the Board on significant developments at the company. As of October 23, 2008, Goldman Sachs’s internal financial analyses showed that for the quarter ending November 28, 2008, the company had lost nearly $2 per share, which was substantially worse than the prevailing market expectations. That information was particularly significant because in the firm’s history as a public company, it had never before lost money in any quarter. Goldman Sachs did not publicly disclose those negative interim financial results, and that information was confidential.

Approximately 23 seconds after GUPTA disconnected from the call with the Goldman Sachs Board on October 23, 2008, at approximately 4:49 p.m., he called Rajaratnam and spoke to him by telephone for approximately 13 minutes. During that call, GUPTA disclosed to Rajaratnam Inside Information concerning Goldman Sachs’s negative interim earnings. The next morning, beginning at approximately 9:31 a.m., Rajaratnam caused certain Galleon Funds to sell their entire position in Goldman Sachs stock, thereby avoiding a loss of several million dollars. At approximately 12:08 p.m. that same day, Rajaratnam told another Galleon employee that he had heard the day before from someone on the Goldman Sachs Board that Goldman Sachs was losing $2 per share.

Additionally, beginning at approximately 9:00 a.m., on January 29, 2009, the day before P&G publicly announced its quarterly earnings, GUPTA participated by telephone, from Switzerland, in a meeting of the Audit Committee of the P&G Board. During that call, the Audit Committee discussed the next day’s earnings release, a draft of which had previously been circulated to all members of the Committee, including GUPTA. That draft stated, among other things, that the company expected its organic sales—sales related to preexisting business segments—to grow 2-5 percent for the fiscal year. This compared negatively to the guidance that P&G had previously provided to the public.

At approximately 1:18 p.m. that same day, GUPTA called Rajaratnam from Switzerland and spoke to him for approximately eight minutes. During that call, GUPTA provided Inside Information to Rajaratnam concerning P&G’s earnings release planned for the next day. Rajaratnam then told a portfolio manager at Galleon that he had heard from someone on the P&G Board certain information concerning P&G’s organic sales growth. Beginning at approximately 2:52 p.m., on January 29, 2009, on the basis of the Inside Information that GUPTA had provided to Rajaratnam, certain Galleon funds sold short approximately 180,000 shares of P&G common stock.

* * *

GUPTA, 62, of Westport, CT, surrendered to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is expected to appear in Federal District Court later today.

GUPTA is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and five counts of securities fraud. He faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison on the conspiracy charge and 20 years in prison on each of the securities fraud charges. In addition, with respect to the conspiracy charge, GUPTA faces a maximum fine of $250,000 or twice the gross gain or loss derived from the crime. For each of the securities fraud charges, GUPTA faces a maximum fine of $5 million or twice the gross gain or loss derived from the crime.

Rajaratnam was convicted in a jury trial on May 11, 2011, of 14 counts of conspiracy and securities fraud. He was sentenced on October 13, 2011, to 11 years in prison, and ordered to pay forfeiture in the amount of $53,816,434, and a $10 million fine.

Mr. BHARARA praised the efforts of the FBI. He also thanked the SEC for its assistance in the investigation.

This case was brought in coordination with President BARACK OBAMA’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force, on which U.S. Attorney BHARARA serves as a co-chair of the Securities and Commodities Fraud Working Group. President OBAMA established the interagency Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force to wage an aggressive, coordinated and proactive effort to investigate and prosecute financial crimes. The task force includes representatives from a broad range of federal agencies, regulatory authorities, inspectors general, and state and local law enforcement who, working together, bring to bear a powerful array of criminal and civil enforcement resources. The task force is working to improve efforts across the federal executive branch, and with state and local partners, to investigate and prosecute significant financial crimes, ensure just and effective punishment for those who perpetrate financial crimes, combat discrimination in the lending and financial markets, and recover proceeds for victims of financial crimes.

Assistant U.S. Attorneys REED BRODSKY and RICHARD C. TARLOWE, and Special Assistant U.S. Attorney ANDREW Z. MICHAELSON are in charge of the prosecution.

The charges contained in the Indictment are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

Official Report Released on Mexico’s “Dirty War”

Detainee profile included in Chaper 8 of the Special Prosecutor’s report, which details the role of the DFS in forced disappearances.

Official Report Released
on Mexico’s “Dirty War”

Government Acknowledges Responsibility for Massacres, Torture, Disappearances and Genocide

National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 209

Posted – November 21, 2006

For more information contact
Kate Doyle – 646/670-8841
kadoyle@gwu.edu

Research Assistance: Jesse Franzblau

About the Above Image
During their investigations of forced disappearances, the Special Prosecutor’s office reviewed documents produced by the Federal Security Directorate (Dirección Federal de Seguridad-DFS), including their prisoner files. These detainee registries included many individuals who were detained extra judicially, and held in clandestine security facilities where they were subject to torture. The above image is from chapter 8 of the Special Prosecutor’s report, detailing the role of the DFS in forced disappearances. When an individual was detained by security officials, a DFS official filled out a biographical sketch. The document included socio-economic information such as the prisoner’s religion, languages, political affiliation, and ideological affinity. The back of the document contained general observations, as well as the date and motivation of detention. The record was then stamped, and signed by the official in charge of the security section in which the prisoner was registered. In most of the cases examined by the Special Prosecutor’s office, however, the signature of the security authority was omitted from the documents. The report observes that “the omission of the signature by those in charge of detention appears to indicate that they were conscious of the crimes they were committing and attempting to elude responsibility” (p. 504).


 


Communiqué from Authors of the Draft Report of the Special Prosecutor
(in Spanish)
Click here to read the press release (also in Spanish)
The authors of the draft report of the Special Prosecutor, “¡Que no vuelva a suceder…!” (parts of which were posted by the National Security Archive on February 26, 2006), have written a critique of the government’s official report, “Informe Histórico a la Sociedad Mexicana – 2006.” In their communiqué, the authors object to changes made to their original findings and ask the government to recognize the conclusions and recommendations of their version of the report. The Mexico Project is posting this document, which José Sotelo Marbán, coordinator of the Special Prosecutor’s investigations, sent to the National Security Archive in an e-mail last week.

NOTE: The National Security Archive would like to clarify a factual error made in footnote 2 of the Communiqué, which states that the Archive surreptitiously (“subrepticiamente“) obtained draft chapters of the “Informe” for the posting of February 26. In point of fact, Kate Doyle was offered an unsolicited copy of the document by one of the many people who had it in February 2006. When we learned that a national magazine also had a copy and was planning to publish a detailed article about its contents, we proposed that the Archive post the document in full on our Web site – thereby granting victims of Mexico’s dirty war and families of the disappeared the same access that a group of notable writers, academics and journalists in Mexico City already had.

NOTA: El National Security Archive quisiera esclarecer un error factual en la nota número dos que aparece al pie de página del comunicado, en la cual se establece que el Archive subrepticiamente obtuvo borradores de capítulos del informe publicado en nuestra página de Internet el 26 de febrero de 2006. A manera de aclaración, Kate Doyle no solicitó a nadie una copia del documento. Esta copia le fue ofrecida por una de las muchas personas que la tenía en su poder en febrero de 2006. Al enterarnos que una revista de circulación nacional también tenía una copia del documento y que además tenía planeado publicar un artículo sobre su contenido, propusimos que el National Security Archive publicara el documento en su totalidad- permitiendo a las víctimas de la guerra sucia y a los familiares de los desaparecidos el mismo acceso que un grupo de destacados escritores, académicos y periodistas en la Cuidad de México ya tenían.

Washington D.C., October 30, 2011 – Mexican authorities released a groundbreaking report over the weekend on the government’s use of violent repression to crush its opponents during the 1960s-80s. The full report has now been posted here on the Web site of the National Security Archive.

The report by the Office of Special Prosecutor Ignacio Carrillo Prieto, named by President Vicente Fox in 2002 to investigate past human rights crimes, accuses three Mexican presidents of a sustained policy of violence targeting armed guerrillas and student protesters alike, including the use of “massacres, forced disappearance, systematic torture, and genocide.” The report makes clear that the abuses were not the work of individual military units or renegade officers, but official practice under Presidents Díaz Ordaz (1964-1970), Echeverría (1970-1976) and López Portillo (1976-1982).

The document’s release marks the first time the Mexican government has accepted responsibility for waging a secret and illicit war against its perceived enemies. Unlike prior investigations into the Mexican “dirty war,” the Special Prosecutor’s report draws on thousands of secret records from the vaults of Mexican military, intelligence and police agencies. It traces for the first time the flow of orders from the President, the Defense Secretary and the Interior Ministry down to the soldiers and security agents in the field, and the returning flow of reports back to Mexico City. The official sources are complemented by testimonies and eyewitness accounts gathered by the investigators.

Last February, the National Security Archive posted an earlier draft of the report, when it became clear that the Fox government was hesitating to publish the official document. Today’s version was released late on Friday night, November 17, at the start of a long weekend in Mexico, and posted on the Web site of the Mexican Attorney General’s office. It is over 800 pages long, and contains photographs, declassified government records, and lengthy indexes to organizations and names.

The report includes chapters on the 1968 and 1971 student massacres in Mexico City, the counterinsurgency waged against armed guerrillas in Guerrero during the 1970s, and the broader attack on dissidence throughout the country over the almost two decades covered by the investigation. The report describes and names the victims in 645 disappearances, 99 extrajudicial executions, and more than two thousand cases of torture, among other human rights violations documented.

“The release of the Special Prosecutor’s report is a direct result of the demand of Mexican citizens to know what happened during the dirty war,” Kate Doyle, Director of the Archive’s Mexico Project, said today, “and is unique in the annals of Latin American truth commissions for the access investigators had to government records. In the past, not only did the authoritarian regime violently attack its opponents, it sought to cover up its role through lies, terror and intimidation for years afterwards. But while the report takes an important step toward reversing Mexico’s legacy of impunity, the Fox administration failed in its attempts to prosecute those responsible for the crimes described in it. That job is left to the new government of Felipe Calderón, who takes office on December 1.”


Informe Histórico a la Sociedad Mexicana – 2006
Historical Report to the Mexican Society – 2006
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Introducción – Informe Histórico a la Sociedad Mexicana
Introduction – Historical Report to the Mexican Society

Tema 1 – Mandato y procedimiento de trabajo
Chapter 1 – Mandate and work procedure

Tema 2 – La Segunda Guerra Mundial prefigura el escenario que nos ocupa
Chapter 2- World War II and how it prefigures the modern day situation

Tema 3 – Movimiento Estudiantil de 1968
Chapter 3 – The student movement of 1968

Tema 4 – El 10 de Junio de 1971 y la disidencia Estudiantil
Chapter 4 – 10 June 1971 and student dissidence

Tema 5 – Orígenes de la Guerrilla Moderna en México
Chapter 5 – Origins of Mexico’s modern day guerrilla movement

Tema 6 – Lo que explica el surgimiento de la guerra sucia
Chapter 6 – The explanation of the origins of the dirty war

Tema 7 – Grupos Armados: La guerrilla se extiende por todo el país
Chapter 7 – Armed Groups: The guerrilla extends throughout the entire country

Tema 8 – Genocidio
Chapter 8 – Genocide

Tema 9 – Se acreditan las condiciones de un Conflicto Armado Interno en que aplica el Derecho Humanitario Internacional
Chapter 9 – Applying the conditions of Internal Armed Conflict to the applications of International Human Rights

Tema 10 – Desviaciones del poder por el régimen autoritario y corrupción de las instituciones de estado
Chapter 10 – Deviations of power by the authoritarian regime and corruption of the state institutions

Tema 11 – Derecho a la verdad, al duelo y al reconocimiento del honor de los caídos en la lucha por la justicia
Chapter 11 – The right to truth, recognition and the honor of those fallen in the fight for justice.

Tema 12 – Luchadores sociales y organismos que demandan verdad y justicia
Chapter 12 – Civil society organizations that demand truth and justice

Occupy Oakland video: Riot police fire tear gas, flashbang grenades

Police have clashed with hundreds of demonstrators in the U.S. city of Oakland. It happened when hundreds marched to show their anger at police clearing an “Occupy Wall Street” camp. Officers shot several rounds of tear gas into the crowd, who were trying to reclaim their position within the city centre. Earlier on Tuesday, 85 people were arrested, after they refused to take down their tents as part of the nationwide movement against corporate greed.

The Iran-Contra Affair 20 Years On Documents Spotlight Role of Reagan, Top Aides

President Reagan meets with Contra leaders in the Oval Office. Oliver North is at far right. When this photo was officially released North’s image was cut out.

The Iran-Contra Affair 20 Years On

Documents Spotlight Role of Reagan, Top Aides

Pentagon Nominee Robert Gates Among Many
Prominent Figures Involved in the Scandal

National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 210

Posted – November 24, 2006

For more information contact:
Malcolm Byrne – 202/994-7043
Peter Kornbluh – 202/994-7116
Thomas Blanton – 202/994-7000



The Iran-Contra Scandal:
The Declassified History


Washington D.C., November 24, 2006 – On November 25, 1986, the biggest political and constitutional scandal since Watergate exploded in Washington when President Ronald Reagan told a packed White House news conference that funds derived from covert arms deals with the Islamic Republic of Iran had been diverted to buy weapons for the U.S.-backed Contra rebels in Nicaragua.

In the weeks leading up to this shocking admission, news reports had exposed the U.S. role in both the Iran deals and the secret support for the Contras, but Reagan’s announcement, in which he named two subordinates — National Security Advisor John M. Poindexter and NSC staffer Oliver L. North — as the responsible parties, was the first to link the two operations.

The scandal was almost the undoing of the Teflon President. Of all the revelations that emerged, the most galling for the American public was the president’s abandonment of the long-standing policy against dealing with terrorists, which Reagan repeatedly denied doing in spite of overwhelming evidence that made it appear he was simply lying to cover up the story.

Despite the damage to his image, the president arguably got off easy, escaping the ultimate political sanction of impeachment. From what is now known from documents and testimony — but perhaps not widely appreciated — while Reagan may not have known about the diversion or certain other details of the operations being carried out in his name, he directed that both support for the Contras (whom he ordered to be kept together “body and soul”) and the arms-for-hostages deals go forward, and was at least privy to other actions that were no less significant.

In this connection, it is worth noting that Poindexter, although he refused to implicate Reagan by testifying that he had told him about the diversion, declared that if he had informed the president he was sure Reagan would have approved. Reagan’s success in avoiding a harsher political penalty was due to a great extent to Poindexter’s testimony (which left many observers deeply skeptical about its plausibility). But it was also due in large part to a tactic developed mainly by Attorney General Edwin Meese, which was to keep congressional and public attention tightly focused on the diversion. By spotlighting that single episode, which they felt sure Reagan could credibly deny, his aides managed to minimize public scrutiny of the president’s other questionable actions, some of which even he understood might be illegal.

Twenty years later, the Iran-Contra affair continues to resonate on many levels, especially as Washington gears up for a new season of political inquiry with the pending inauguration of the 110th Congress and the seeming inevitability of hearings into a range of Bush administration policies.

For at its heart Iran-Contra was a battle over presidential power dating back directly to the Richard Nixon era of Watergate, Vietnam and CIA dirty tricks. That clash continues under the presidency of George W. Bush, which has come under frequent fire for the controversial efforts of the president, as well as Vice President Richard Cheney, to expand Executive Branch authority over numerous areas of public life.

Iran-Contra also echoes in the re-emergence of several prominent public figures who played a part in, or were touched by, the scandal. The most recent is Robert M. Gates, President Bush’s nominee to replace Donald Rumsfeld as secretary of defense (see below and the documents in this compilation for more on Gates’ role).

This sampling of some of the most revealing documentation (Note 1) to come out of the affair gives a clear indication of how deeply involved the president was in terms of personally directing or approving different aspects of the affair. The list of other officials who also played significant parts, despite their later denials, includes Vice President George H.W. Bush, Secretary of State George P. Shultz, Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger, CIA Director William J. Casey, White House Chief of Staff Donald T. Regan, and numerous other senior and mid-level officials, making this a far broader scandal than the White House portrayed it at the time.

In that connection, what follows is a partial list of some of the more prominent individuals who were either directly a part of the Iran-Contra events or figured in some other way during the affair or its aftermath:

  • Elliott Abrams – currently deputy assistant to President Bush and deputy national security advisor for global democracy strategy, Abrams was one of the Reagan administration’s most controversial figures as the senior State Department official for Latin America in the mid-1980s. He entered into a plea bargain in federal court after being indicted for providing false testimony about his fund-raising activities on behalf of the Contras, although he later accused the independent counsel’s office of forcing him to accept guilt on two counts. President George H. W. Bush later pardoned him.
  • David Addington – now Vice President Cheney’s chief of staff, and by numerous press accounts a stanch advocate of expanded presidential power, Addington was a congressional staffer during the joint select committee hearings in 1986 who worked closely with Cheney.
  • John Bolton – the controversial U.N. ambassador whose recess appointment by President Bush is now in jeopardy was a senior Justice Department official who participated in meetings with Attorney General Edwin Meese on how to handle the burgeoning Iran-Contra political and legal scandal in late November 1986. There is little indication of his precise role at the time.
  • Richard Cheney – now the vice president, he played a prominent part as a member of the joint congressional Iran-Contra inquiry of 1986, taking the position that Congress deserved major blame for asserting itself unjustifiably onto presidential turf. He later pointed to the committees’ Minority Report as an important statement on the proper roles of the Executive and Legislative branches of government.
  • Robert M. Gates – President Bush’s nominee to succeed Donald Rumsfeld, Gates nearly saw his career go up in flames over charges that he knew more about Iran-Contra while it was underway than he admitted once the scandal broke. He was forced to give up his bid to head the CIA in early 1987 because of suspicions about his role but managed to attain the position when he was re-nominated in 1991. (See previous Electronic Briefing Book)
  • Manuchehr Ghorbanifar – the quintessential middleman, who helped broker the arms deals involving the United States, Israel and Iran ostensibly to bring about the release of American hostages being held in Lebanon, Ghorbanifar was almost universally discredited for misrepresenting all sides’ goals and interests. Even before the Iran deals got underway, the CIA had ruled Ghorbanifar off-limits for purveying bad information to U.S. intelligence. Yet, in 2006 his name has resurfaced as an important source for the Pentagon on current Iranian affairs, again over CIA objections.
  • Michael Ledeen – a neo-conservative who is vocal on the subject of regime change in Iran, Ledeen helped bring together the main players in what developed into the Iran arms-for-hostages deals in 1985 before being relegated to a bit part. He reportedly reprised his role shortly after 9/11, introducing Ghorbanifar to Pentagon officials interested in exploring contacts inside Iran.
  • Edwin Meese – currently a member of the blue-ribbon Iraq Study Group headed by James Baker and Lee Hamilton, he was Ronald Reagan’s controversial attorney general who spearheaded an internal administration probe into the Iran-Contra connection in November 1986 that was widely criticized as a political exercise in protecting the president rather than a genuine inquiry by the nation’s top law enforcement officer.
  • John Negroponte – the career diplomat who worked quietly to boost the U.S. military and intelligence presence in Central America as ambassador to Honduras, he also participated in efforts to get the Honduran government to support the Contras after Congress banned direct U.S. aid to the rebels. Negroponte’s profile has risen spectacularly with his appointments as ambassador to Iraq in 2004 and director of national intelligence in 2005. (See previous Electronic Briefing Book)
  • Oliver L. North – now a radio talk show host and columnist, he was at the center of the Iran-Contra spotlight as the point man for both covert activities. A Marine serving on the NSC staff, he steadfastly maintained that he received high-level approval for everything he did, and that “the diversion was a diversion.” He was found guilty on three counts at a criminal trial but had those verdicts overturned on the grounds that his protected congressional testimony might have influenced his trial. He ran unsuccessfully for the U.S. Senate from Virginia in 1996. (See previous Electronic Briefing Book)
  • Daniel Ortega – the newly elected president of Nicaragua was the principal target of several years of covert warfare by the United States in the 1980s as the leader of the ruling Sandinista National Liberation Front. His democratic election in November 2006 was not the only irony — it’s been suggested by one of Oliver North’s former colleagues in the Reagan administration that North’s public statements in Nicaragua in late October 2006 may have taken votes away from the candidate preferred by the Bush administration and thus helped Ortega at the polls.
  • John Poindexter – who found a niche deep in the U.S. government’s post-9/11 security bureaucracy as head of the Pentagon’s Total Information Awareness program (formally disbanded by Congress in 2003), was Oliver North’s superior during the Iran-Contra period and personally approved or directed many of his activities. His assertion that he never told President Reagan about the diversion of Iranian funds to the Contras ensured Reagan would not face impeachment.
  • Otto Reich – President George W. Bush’s one-time assistant secretary of state for Latin America, Reich ran a covert public diplomacy operation designed to build support for Ronald Reagan’s Contra policies. A U.S. comptroller-general investigation concluded the program amounted to “prohibited, covert propaganda activities,” although no charges were ever filed against him. Reich paid a price in terms of congressional opposition to his nomination to run Latin America policy, resulting in a recess appointment in 2002 that lasted less than a year. (See previous Electronic Briefing Book)


Documents
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THE CONTRAS

Document 1: White House, Presidential Finding on Covert Operations in Nicaragua (with attached Scope Note), SECRET, September 19, 1983

On December 1, 1981, President Reagan signed an initial, one-paragraph “Finding” authorizing the CIA’s paramilitary war against Nicaragua. A signed Finding confirms that the president has personally authorized a covert action, “finding” it to be in the national security interests of the United States. In this second Finding on covert action in Nicaragua, Reagan responds to mounting political pressure from Congress to halt U.S. efforts to overthrow the Sandinista government. This document defines CIA support for the Contras as a broad “interdiction” operation, rather than an explicit counter-revolution. The language, however, is deliberately vague enough to justify violent actions by the Contras and the CIA and to enable the CIA to work with other nations such as Honduras in the effort to undermine the Nicaraguan government.

Document 2: NSC, National Security Planning Group Minutes, “Subject: Central America,” SECRET, June 25, 1984

At a pivotal meeting of the highest officials in the Reagan Administration, the President and Vice President and their top aides discuss how to sustain the Contra war in the face of mounting Congressional opposition. The discussion focuses on asking third countries to fund and maintain the effort, circumventing Congressional power to curtail the CIA’s paramilitary operations. In a remarkable passage, Secretary of State George P. Shultz warns the president that White House adviser James Baker has said that “if we go out and try to get money from third countries, it is an impeachable offense.” But Vice President George Bush argues the contrary: “How can anyone object to the US encouraging third parties to provide help to the anti-Sandinistas…? The only problem that might come up is if the United States were to promise to give these third parties something in return so that some people could interpret this as some kind of exchange.” Later, Bush participated in arranging a quid pro quo deal with Honduras in which the U.S. did provide substantial overt and covert aid to the Honduran military in return for Honduran support of the Contra war effort.

Document 3: CIA, Memorandum from DDI Robert M. Gates to DCI William J. Casey, “Nicaragua,” SECRET, December 14, 1984

In a “straight talk” memorandum to Casey, Robert Gates concedes that the CIA’s paramilitary force, the Contras, cannot overthrow the Sandinista government. Invoking the Monroe Doctrine and the U.S. loss in Vietnam, Gates argues that the CIA-run Contra war is “an essentially half-hearted policy.” He recommends that the Reagan administration initiate a “comprehensive campaign openly aimed at bringing down the regime,” including “the use of air strikes” against Nicaraguan military targets. “The fact is that the Western Hemisphere is the sphere of influence of the United States,” Gates advises. “If we have decided totally to abandon the Monroe Doctrine … then we ought to save political capital in Washington, acknowledge our helplessness and stop wasting everybody’s time.”

Document 4: NSC, Memorandum from Oliver L. North to Robert C. McFarlane, “Fallback Plan for the Nicaraguan Resistance,” TOP SECRET, March 16, 1985 (with version altered by North in November 1986)

In a comprehensive memo to National Security Advisor Robert C. McFarlane, Oliver North describes a plan to sustain the Contra war if Congress refuses to vote more funds. The plan calls for approaching key donor nations, such as Saudi Arabia, for more funds and having Honduras play a key support role. A year later, when Congress began to investigate illegal Contra support operations, North attempted to cover up these activities by drafting altered versions of certain memos, including this one, for Congressional investigators.

Document 5: NSC, Memorandum from Robert C. McFarlane to the President, “Recommended Telephone Call,” SECRET, April 25, 1985

To convince the Honduran government to not to shut down Contra bases in Honduras after Congress refused further appropriations, Robert McFarlane had President Reagan personally call President Roberto Suazo Cordova. “It is imperative … that you make clear the Executive Branch’s political commitment to maintaining pressure on the Sandinistas, regardless of what action Congress takes,” McFarlane advises in this briefing paper for the call. At the end of the call Reagan added some notes at the end of the document indicating that Suazo “pledged we must continue to support the friends in Nicaragua.”

Documents 6 a-c: Documents relating to Robert Gates’ awareness of North’s Contra Activities:

Document 6a: NSC, Memorandum from Vincent M. Cannistraro to John M. Poindexter, “Agenda for Your Weekly Meeting with the DCI, Thursday, May 15, 1986,” TOP SECRET/SENSITIVE, May 14, 1986

Document 6b: NSC, PROFS Note, Oliver L. North to John M. Poindexter, “Private Blank Check,” July 24, 1986

Document 6c: NSC, PROFS Note, John M. Poindexter to Oliver L. North , “Private Blank Check,” July 24, 1986

Robert Gates faced intense investigative scrutiny in the aftermath of Iran-Contra over his knowledge of, and forthrightness about, North’s role in the Contra resupply effort. Gates has maintained that he was unaware of the NSC aide’s operational activities in support of the rebels. However, two of his former colleagues believe that he was aware, according to the Iran-Contra independent counsel’s final report, which notes several pieces of evidence that appear to support that conclusion. Among them are these three documents, which relate to North’s campaign to get the CIA to buy various assets his “Enterprise” had acquired in the course of working with the Contras.

The first document, from Vincent Cannistraro, a career CIA official then on the NSC staff, specifically mentions “Ollie’s ship,” a vessel North and his associates used to ferry arms to the rebels, and indicates the subject will come up at Poindexter’s next meeting with CIA Director Casey and DDCI Gates. Cannistraro later concluded from the discussion that followed that Gates was aware of the ship’s use in the resupply operations and of North’s connection to it.

The second and third documents are e-mails between North and Poindexter. In his note, North says it appears the NSC (and possibly Poindexter himself) has instructed the CIA not to buy “Project Democracy’s” assets. Poindexter’s response, which is difficult to read, states: “I did not give Casey any such guidance. I did tell Gates that I thought the private effort should be phased out. Please talk to Casey about this. I agree with you.”

Document 7: NSC, Diagram of “Enterprise” for Contra Support, July 1986

Oliver North sketched this organizational flow chart of the private sector entities that he had organized to provide ongoing support for the Contra war, after Congress terminated official assistance. The diagram identifies the complex covert “off-the-shelf” resource management, financial accounting, and armaments and paramilitary operational structures that the NSC created to illicitly sustain the Contra campaign in Nicaragua.

Document 8: U.S. Embassy Brunei, Cables, “Brunei Project,” SECRET, August 2, 1986 & September 16, 1986

In preparation for a secret mission by an emissary — Assistant Secretary of State for Latin America Elliott Abrams – to seek secret funds for the Contra war from the Sultan of Brunei, the U.S. Ambassador in Brunei sent a cable stating that a meeting time had been organized during the Sultan’s upcoming trip to London. Abrams used the alias “Mr. Kenilworth” in his meetings, and arranged for the Sultan to secretly transfer $10 million into a bank account controlled by Oliver North. “I said that we deeply appreciate his understanding our needs and his valuable assistance,” Abrams cabled on September 16th, after the secret meeting. (The Sultan was given a private tour of the USS Vinson as a token of appreciation.) The funds were lost, however, because the account number Abrams provided was incorrect. Eventually Abrams was forced to plead guilty to charges of misleading Congress after testimony such as: “We’re not, you know, we’re not in the fund-raising business.”

Document 9: NSC, Diaries, North Notebook Entries on Manuel Noriega, August 24 & September 22, 1986

In one of the most controversial efforts to enlist third country support for the Contra war, Oliver North arranged to meet Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega in a London hotel in September 1986. In return for ending U.S. pressure on Panama for Noriega’s drug smuggling operations and helping to “clean up” his image, Noriega proposed to engage in efforts to assassinate the Sandinista leadership. With authorization from National Security Advisor John Poindexter, North met with Noriega in a London hotel on September 22 and discussed how Panama could help with sophisticated sabotage operations against Nicaraguan targets, including the airport, oil refinery and port facilities. According to notes taken by North at the meeting, they also discussed setting up training camps in Panama for Contra operatives.

Document 10: CIA, Memorandum for the record from Robert M. Gates, “Lunch with Ollie North,” TOP SECRET/EYES ONLY, October 10, 1986

Robert Gates faced additional criticism for attempting to avoid hearing about the Iran and Contra operations as they were unfolding, instead of taking a more active role in stopping them. As Gates testified to the Senate Intelligence Committee in October 1986, his approach was to keep the agency’s distance from the so-called private Contra resupply operation. “… [W]e have, I think, conscientiously tried to avoid knowing what is going on in terms of any of this private funding … we will say I don’t want to hear anything about it.” In this memo for the record, Gates, clearly continuing to protect the CIA, relates that North told him the “CIA is completely clean” on the private resupply matter. The independent counsel’s report later commented that “Gates recorded North’s purportedly exculpatory statement uncritically, even though he was by then clearly aware of the possible diversion of U.S. funds through the ‘private benefactors.'”

Document 11: Independent Counsel, Court Record, “U.S. Government Stipulation on Quid Pro Quos with Other Governments as Part of Contra Operation,” April 6, 1989

The most secret part of the Iran-Contra operations were the quid pro quo arrangements the White House made with countries such as Honduras, Guatemala, Panama, Saudi Arabia, Israel and other governments who were enlisted to support the Contra war. As part of his defense, Oliver North attempted to “grey mail” the U.S. government by insisting that all top secret documents on the quid pro quos should be declassified for trial. Instead, the government agreed to the “stipulation” – a summary of the evidence in the documents — presented here.

This comprehensive synopsis reveals the approaches to, and arrangements with, numerous other governments made by the CIA and NSC in an effort to acquire funding, arms, logistics and strategic support for the Contra war. The effort ranged from CIA acquisitions of PLO arms seized by Israel, to Oliver North’s secret effort to trade favors with Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega. In the case of Saudi Arabia, President Reagan personally urged King Fahd to replace funds cut by the U.S. Congress. In the end, the Saudis contributed $32 million dollars to finance the Contra war campaign.

IRAN ARMS-FOR-HOSTAGES

Document 12: CIA, Memorandum, “Subject: Fabricator Notice – Manuchehr ((Gorbanifar)),” SECRET, July 25, 1984

One of the key figures in the disastrous arms-for-hostages deals with Iran was weapons broker Manuchehr Ghorbanifar. Despite the CIA’s dismissal of him as a “fabricator,” by 1985 Ghorbanifar managed to persuade senior officials in three governments — the United States, Iran and Israel — to utilize him as their middleman. The parallels with Iraq in 2003 are apparent: American officials (in this case) lacking a fundamental understanding of, information about, or contacts in the country in question allowed themselves to rely on individuals whose motives and qualifications required far greater scrutiny. Ironically, press reports featuring interviews with former officials indicate that Ghorbanifar has met with Pentagon representatives interested in his take on current Iranian politics. (See also the reference to Ghorbanifar in the Introduction to this briefing book.)

Document 13: CIA, Draft Presidential Finding, “Scope: Hostage Rescue – Middle East,” (with cover note from William J. Casey), November 26, 1985

Of the six covert transactions with Iran in 1985-1986, the most controversial was a shipment of 18 HAWK (Homing-All-the-Way-Killer) anti-aircraft missiles in November 1985. Not only did the delivery run afoul — for which the American operatives blamed their Israeli counterparts — but it took place without the required written presidential authorization. The CIA drafted this document only after Deputy Director John McMahon discovered that one had not been prepared prior to the shipment. It was considered so sensitive that once Reagan signed off retroactively on December 5, John Poindexter kept it in his office safe until the scandal erupted a year later — then tore it up, as he acknowledged, in order to spare the president “political embarrassment.” The version presented here is a draft of the one Poindexter destroyed.

Document 14: Diary, Caspar W. Weinberger, December 7, 1985

The disastrous November HAWK shipment prompted U.S. officials to take direct control of the arms deals with Iran. Until then, Israel had been responsible for making the deliveries, for which the U.S. agreed to replenish their stocks of American weapons. Before making this important decision, President Reagan convened an extraordinary meeting of several top advisers in the White House family quarters on December 7, 1985, to discuss the issue. Among those attending were Secretary of State Shultz and Secretary of Defense Weinberger. Both men objected vehemently to the idea of shipping arms to Iran, which the U.S. had declared a sponsor of international terrorism. But in this remarkable set of notes, Weinberger captures the president’s determination to move ahead regardless of the obstacles, legal or otherwise: “President sd. he could answer charges of illegality but he couldn’t answer charge that ‘big strong President Reagan passed up chance to free hostages.'”

Document 15: White House, John M. Poindexter Memorandum to President Reagan, “Covert Action Finding Regarding Iran,” (with attached presidential finding), January 17, 1986

While the Finding Reagan signed retroactively to cover the November 1985 HAWK shipment was destroyed, this Finding and cover memo from which Reagan received a briefing on the status of the Iran operation survived intact. It reflects the president’s personal authorization for direct U.S. arms sales to Iran, a directive that remained in force until the arms deals were exposed in November 1986.

Document 16: NSC, Oliver L. North Memorandum, “Release of American Hostages in Beirut,” (so-called “Diversion Memo”), TOP SECRET/SENSITIVE, April 4, 1986

At the center of the public’s perception of the scandal was the revelation that the two previously unconnected covert activities — trading arms for hostages with Iran and backing the Nicaraguan Contras against congressional prohibitions — had become joined. This memo from Oliver North is the main piece of evidence to survive which spells out the plan to use “residuals” from the arms deals to fund the rebels. Justice Department investigators discovered it in North’s NSC files in late November 1986. For unknown reasons it escaped North’s notorious document “shredding party” which took place after the scandal became public.

Document 17: White House, Draft National Security Decision Directive (NSDD), “U.S. Policy Toward Iran,” TOP SECRET, (with cover memo from Robert C. McFarlane to George P. Shultz and Caspar W. Weinberger), June 17, 1986

The secret deals with Iran were mainly aimed at freeing American hostages who were being held in Lebanon by forces linked to the Tehran regime. But there was another, subsidiary motivation on the part of some officials, which was to press for renewed ties with the Islamic Republic. One of the proponents of this controversial idea was National Security Advisor Robert McFarlane, who eventually took the lead on the U.S. side in the arms-for-hostages deals until his resignation in December 1985. This draft of a National Security Decision Directive, prepared at his behest by NSC and CIA staff, puts forward the argument for developing ties with Iran based on the traditional Cold War concern that isolating the Khomeini regime could open the way for Moscow to assert its influence in a strategically vital part of the world. To counter that possibility, the document proposes allowing limited amounts of arms to be supplied to the Iranians. The idea did not get far, as the next document testifies.

Document 18: Defense Department, Handwritten Notes, Caspar W. Weinberger Reaction to Draft NSDD on Iran (with attached note and transcription by Colin Powell), June 18, 1986

While CIA Director William J. Casey, for one, supported McFarlane’s idea of reaching out to Iran through limited supplies of arms, among other approaches, President Reagan’s two senior foreign policy advisers strongly opposed the notion. In this scrawled note to his military assistant, Colin Powell, Weinberger belittles the proposal as “almost too absurd to comment on … It’s like asking Qadhafi to Washington for a cozy chat.” Richard Armitage, who is mentioned in Powell’s note to his boss, was an assistant secretary of defense at the time and later became deputy secretary of state under Powell.

Document 19: George H. W. Bush Diary, November 4-5, 1986

Then-Vice President George H.W. Bush became entangled in controversy over his knowledge of Iran-Contra. Although he asserted publicly that he was “out of the loop — no operational role,” he was well informed of events, particularly the Iran deals, as evidenced in part by this diary excerpt just after the Iran operation was exposed: “I’m one of the few people that know fully the details …” The problem for Bush was greatly magnified because he was preparing to run for president just as the scandal burst. He managed to escape significant blame — ultimately winning the 1988 election — but he came under fire later for repeatedly failing to disclose the existence of his diary to investigators and then for pardoning several Iran-Contra figures, including former Defense Secretary Weinberger just days before his trial was set to begin. As a result of the pardons, the independent counsel’s final report pointedly noted: “The criminal investigation of Bush was regrettably incomplete.”

Document 20: Caspar W. Weinberger Memorandum for the Record, “Meeting … with the President … in the Oval Office,” November 10, 1986

This memo is one of several documents relating to the Reagan administration’s attempts to produce a unified response to the growing scandal. The session Weinberger memorializes here was the first that included all the relevant senior officials and it is notable as much for what it omits as for what it describes. For example, there is no mention of the most damaging episode of the Iran initiative — the November 1985 HAWK missile shipment — and the absence of an advance presidential finding to make it legal. This issue was at the center of administration political concerns since it, along with the matter of the “diversion,” were the most likely to raise the prospect of impeachment.

TOP-SECRET – Safeguarding Unclassified DoD Information Meet

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Defense Acquisition Regulations System

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RIN 0750-AG47

Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement; Safeguarding
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AGENCY: Defense Acquisition Regulations System, Department of Defense
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ACTION: Notice of meeting.

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SUMMARY: DoD is hosting a public meeting to initiate a dialogue with
industry and Government agencies regarding the proposed rule for the
safeguarding of unclassified information.

DATES: Public Meeting: November 15, 2011, from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
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Women Protest Worldwide Photos 3

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[Image]Ellinda McKinney offers her message to police during the Occupy Denver protest, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011 in Denver. Occupy Denver protesters and law enforcement officers faced off on the steps of the state Capitol and Civic Center after protesters marched through downtown Denver for the fourth week in a row. (Craig F. Walker)
[Image]A woman performs as a widow during a protest against violence in Mexico City on October 28, 2011. More than 41,000 people have been killed in rising drug-related violence in Mexico since December 2006, when President Felipe Calderon deployed soldiers and federal police to take on organized crime. Getty
[Image]Demonstrators march towards the Treasury Department and the White House in Washington on October 29, 2011 during a protest organized by the Occupy DC movement to call for increased taxes on the rich, a so-called ‘Robin Hood tax.’ Getty
[Image]Israelis protest against the high costs of living in Tel Aviv, Israel, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. According to police estimates over 30,000 participated in the Tel Aviv protest and thousands of others protested in Jerusalem on Saturday. A wave of social protests swept the country this summer as Israelis held mass protests to protest a wide range of social issues, especially high housing costs. (Maya Hasson)
[Image]A protester of the Occupy Berlin movement drinks champagne during a protest demonstration against the finance system in central Berlin, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. (Markus Schreiber)
[Image]A demonstrator is seen during a protest organized by the Islamic Central Council of Switzerland (ICCS), on October 29, 2011 in Bern. More than 1000 persons attend the demonstration. The Islamic Central Council of Switzerland (ICCS), a conservative Muslim group was under criticism after chosen a symbol reminiscent of the Jewish Star of David with the word ‘Muslim’ framed by a yellow star. Getty
[Image]A woman holds a crucifix and a rosary as she demonstrates among around one thousand people called by ‘Civitas’ association, close to Christian fundamentalists on October 29, 2011 in Paris to protest against the play ‘Sur le concept du visage du fils de Dieu’ (On the Concept of the Face, Regarding the Son of God) by Italian Romeo Castellucci which is performed at the Paris Theatre de la Ville from October 20 to 30. Every evening, protesters demonstrate in front of the building to denounce the’ of the play which they found insulting. Getty
[Image]Occupy Nashville protesters, from the left, Megan Riges, Lauren Plummer and Lindsey Krinks, celebrate Friday, Oct. 28, 2011, after they were released by police after being arrested overnight on Legislative Plaza in downtown Nashville, Tenn. Twenty-nine Wall Street protesters in Nashville have been issued misdemeanor citations for criminal trespassing after being arrested by state troopers overnight. (John Partipilo)
[Image]Protesters affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street Movement are seen at the Tennessee Capitol, Friday, Oct. 28, 2011. Tennessee’s safety commissioner says Republican Gov. Bill Haslam’s office approved a pre-dawn roundup of Wall Street protesters from the state Capitol grounds. Twenty-nine people were arrested, but a night judge refused to sign warrants because the policy had only been in effect since the previous afternoon. (Erik Schelzig)
[Image]A dressed woman attends a protest in Bogota, Colombia, Wednesday Oct. 26, 2011. The protest was against education reforms planned by the government that propose private funding for public institutions. (Fernando Vergara)
[Image]Activists of Femen, a Ukrainian women movement, wearing masks representing the slaughtered animals, shout slogans and hold placards reading ‘Zoomorgue’, ‘Slaughten house’, ‘Zooghetto’ as they stage a topless protest on a roof at the entrance of the zoo in Kiev on October 27, 2011. They rally against, as they say, the intolerable living conditions for animals in the zoo. Every year the Zoo is claiming the lives of hundreds of rare and exotic animals, that die a horrific death of hunger, cold or disease, as they report to AFP. The FEMEN movement demands that the Ukrainian authorities close the Kievs ZooMorgue as they call it. Getty
[Image]Supporters of Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) attend a rally against Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari in Lahore on October 28, 2011. More than 30,000 supporters of Pakistan’s main opposition party took to the streets in a protest rally on October 28, burning an effigy of President Asif Ali Zardari and demanding that he quit. The Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) called the rally in Lahore to exploit talk of early elections in its political heartland, where it controls the Punjab provincial government despite being in opposition at national level. Getty
[Image]Supporters of Pakistani politician Imran Khan and chief of Tehreek-e-Insaf (Movement for Justice) party, carry placards as they march during protest rally in Islamabad on October 28, 2011 against US drone attacks in Pakistani tribal region. Khan staged a rally along with tribal elders in Islamabad against the continued US drone attacks in tribal areas which they said were killing hundreds of innocent people. Nearly 60 US drone strikes have been reported in Pakistan so far this year, dozens of them since Navy SEALs killed Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in the garrison city of Abbottabad, close to the capital Islamabad, on May 2. Getty
[Image]Protesters throw mud at a caricature of President Benigno Aquino III during a protest Friday Oct. 28, 2011 in Manila, Philippines against the President’s alleged continued support for big corporations including the big three oil companies in the country. The protest, part of the nationwide “Women’s Day of Protest,” was held following another round of oil price hike implemented late last week. (Bullit Marquez)
[Image]Relatives of missing Kashmiri youth participate in a protest demonstration organized by the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) in Srinagar, India, Friday, Oct. 28, 2011. According to APDP some 8,000-10,000 people have gone missing since the beginning of the Kashmir conflict in 1989, after being arrested by Indian security forces and other security agencies. (Dar Yasin)
[Image]Anti-austerity protesters shout slogans before a scheduled military parade in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki, Friday, Oct. 28, 2011. Thousands of anti-austerity protesters in the city forced the cancellation of Friday’s annual military parade commemorating Greece’s entry into World War II. The demonstrators heckled Greek President Karolos Papoulias and other attending officials, calling Papoulias a traitor. (Nikolas Giakoumidis)
[Image]Campaigners on the ‘Occupy London Stock Exchange’ protest encampment outside St Paul’s Cathedral on October 28, 2011 in London, England. St Paul’s Cathedral is due to reopen after being closed due to the adjacent ‘Occupy London Stock Exchange’ protest against the global financial system which has been in place for almost two weeks. Getty
[Image]Filipino Muslims hold their Friday prayers near the Presidential Palace during a “Prayer-for-Peace” rally Friday Oct. 28, 2011 in Manila, Philippines. The prayer protest was held to call for peace following the military’s launching of air strikes and military operations after one of the worst clashes in three years with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) this month killed 26 soldiers, three policemen and an undetermined number of Muslim rebels. Close to 30,000 civilians have been displaced in the ongoing operation, officials said. AP
[Image]A man consoles a distressed woman as she weeps at a protest during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Perth, Australia, Friday, Oct. 28, 2011. Queen Elizabeth II opened CHOGM Friday with more than 50 commonwealth nations’ leaders attending the three-day forum to discuss global and Commonwealth issues and collective policies and initiatives. AP
[Image]Members of the Mexican Huichole community take part in a protest against Canadian mining projects in Mexico City on October 27, 2011. Huicholes from Durango, Nayarit and Jalisco marched along Reforma avenue towards the presidential palace to demand the end of the Canadian exploitation of silver in Cerro del Quemado, San Luis Potosi, arguing it affects nature and their sacred path. Getty
[Image]A member of the Mexican Huichole community takes part in a protest against Canadian mining projects in Mexico City on October 27, 2011. Huicholes from Durango, Nayarit and Jalisco marched along Reforma avenue towards the presidential palace to demand the end of the Canadian exploitation of silver in Cerro del Quemado, San Luis Potosi, arguing it affects nature and their sacred path. Getty
[Image]A resident speaks with journalists as they protest outside the refinery compound of Italian oil company Eni at the town of Tazarka, about 70 km (43.5 miles) south-east of capital Tunis October 27, 2011. The protesters say that the refinery owners have not honoured their commitments to provide the local community with jobs and investments in infrastructure. Message written in Arabic reads “protest”. Reuters
[Image]People march during a protest in Zhili town, Huzhou city, Zhejiang province October 27, 2011. Hundreds of people have clashed with police and smashed public property in China’s eastern Zhejiang province after a dispute between tax authorities and a local shop owner snowballed into protests, a government-run news site said. Reuters
[Image]People watch as riot police walk along the central square during a protest in Zhili town, Huzhou city, Zhejiang province October 27, 2011. Hundreds of people have clashed with police and smashed public property in China’s eastern Zhejiang province after a dispute between tax authorities and a local shop owner snowballed into protests, a government-run news site said. Reuters
[Image]A Christian activist holds a placard reading “No fraternity without respect of the other” as she prays during a demonstration, in Paris, Thursday Oct. 27, 2011, in front of the Theatre de la ville, where the Italian director Romeo Castellucci’s play “On the Concept of the Face, Regarding the Son of God” is being performed. Christian fundamentalists protest against the play featuring the face of Christ drizzled with fake excrement. (Thibault Camus)
[Image]About 1300 hundred people attend a candlelight vigil for Scott Olsen on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, in Oakland, Calif. During an Occupy Oakland protest Tuesday night, a projectile apparently fired by police struck the Iraq veteran in the head leaving him in critical condition with a fractured skull. (Noah Berger)
[Image]Participants of the Occupy Wall Street movement, right, talk to pedestrians trying to walk past their tent at the encampment at Zuccotti Park, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011 in New York. The protests, which started on Sept. 17 with a few dozen demonstrators near Wall Street, as grown into a nationwide and international movement. (Mary Altaffer)
[Image]Demonstrators supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement march in the hallways during a rally inside the state Capitol in Albany, N.Y., Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011. Several speakers criticized Gov. Andrew Cuomo for blocking a bill that would tax New Yorkers making over $1 million a year at a higher rate while cutting aid to schools, colleges and the poor. Cuomo, who was in New York City, had no immediate comment Thursday. (Hans Pennink)
[Image]Police officers look at the Occupy London Stock Exchange camp as they stand on the steps outside St Paul’s Cathedral in London, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011. St. Paul’s Cathedral says it will reopen Friday, a week after is shut its doors because of an anti-capitalist protest camp outside. It will reopen to tourists on Saturday. Protesters have been camped outside the building since Oct. 15. Days later, cathedral officials shut the building to the public.
[Image]Demonstrators hold cutouts representing women during a protest in front of the National Assembly building during a protest to demand the return of the therapeutic abortion law, in Managua, Nicaragua, Wednesday Oct. 26, 2011. The therapeutic abortion law, which allows the termination of a pregnancy to save a mother’s life, was repealed by the legislature in 2006, handing down eight-year prison sentences to those who terminated risky pregnancies. (Esteban Felix)
[Image]In this Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011 file photo demonstrators burn copies of emergency tax notices during a protest by the Communist-backed labor union. Groups of lawyers, trade unions and campaigners have tried to derail government efforts to collect new taxes, or to suspend tens of thousands of civil servants on partial pay. State buildings have been occupied, municipalities have stalled in delivering emergency notices ordering strikers back to work.
[Image]Two activists of the Femen Movement from Ukraine protest during a press conference ‘Euro 2012: Corruption and Prostitution’ organised in the Culture Center Nowy Wspanialy Swiat, in Warsaw, Poland, on September 15, 2011. The members of the Femen Movement were presented during the conference as Blyadek and Blyadko – alternative mascots of Euro 2012, who like sex, football and alcohol. FEMEN activists want to demostrate the ‘dark side’ of Ukraine’s preparation for Euro 2012 and expose the corrupt schemes associated with the football championships. Getty

	

WIE MICH DIE “GoMoPa”-SCHEISSHAUSFLIEGEN MIT GOOGLE-EINTRÄGEN ERPRESSEN WOLLTEN

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ERPRESSUNG VON MERIDAN CAPITAL DURCH DIE ANONYMEN “GoMoPa”-Scheisshausfliegen (Eigenbezeichnung)

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DIE SÜDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG, DAS HANDELSBLATT UND DIE FAZ ÜBER DIE ERPRESSUNGEN DER “GoMoPa”-Scheisshausfliegen (Eigenbezeichnung) BEISPIEL WIRECARD ETC

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Five Individuals Indicted in a Fraud Conspiracy Involving Exports to Iran of U.S. Components Later Found in Bombs in Iraq

WASHINGTON—Five individuals and four of their companies have been indicted as part of a conspiracy to defraud the United States that allegedly caused thousands of radio frequency modules to be illegally exported from the United States to Iran, at least 16 of which were later found in unexploded improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Iraq. Some of the defendants are also charged in a fraud conspiracy involving exports of military antennas to Singapore and Hong Kong.

Yesterday, authorities in Singapore arrested Wong Yuh Lan (Wong), Lim Yong Nam (Nam), Lim Kow Seng (Seng), and Hia Soo Gan Benson (Hia), all citizens of Singapore, in connection with a U.S. request for extradition. The United States is seeking their extradition to stand trial in the District of Columbia. The remaining individual defendant, Hossein Larijani, is a citizen and resident of Iran who remains at large.

The arrests and the indictment were announced by Lisa Monaco, Assistant Attorney General for National Security; Ronald C. Machen Jr., U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia; John Morton, Director of the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE); Mark Giuliano, Executive Assistant Director of the FBI’s National Security Branch; Eric L. Hirschhorn, Under Secretary of Commerce; and David Adelman, U.S. Ambassador to Singapore.

“Today’s charges allege that the defendants conspired to defraud the United States and defeat our export controls by sending U.S.-origin components to Iran rather than to their stated final destination of Singapore. Ultimately, several of these components were found in unexploded improvised explosive devices in Iraq,” said Assistant Attorney General Monaco. “This case underscores the continuing threat posed by Iranian procurement networks seeking to obtain U.S. technology through fraud and the importance of safeguarding that technology. I applaud the many agents, analysts and prosecutors who worked on this extensive investigation.”

“These defendants misled U.S. companies in buying parts that they shipped to Iran and that ended up in IEDs on the battlefield in Iraq,” said U.S. Attorney Machen. “This prosecution demonstrates why the U.S. Attorney’s Office takes cases involving misrepresentations regarding the intended use of sensitive technology so seriously. We hope for a swift response from Singapore to our request for extradition.”

“One of Homeland Security Investigations’ (HSI) top enforcement priorities is preventing sensitive technology from falling into the hands of those who might seek to harm American personnel or interests—whether at home or abroad,” said ICE Director Morton. “This international investigation conducted by ICE’s HSI and our law enforcement partners demonstrates the importance of preventing U.S. technology from falling into the wrong hands, where it could potentially be used to kill or injure our military members and our allies. Our agency will continue to work closely through our attachés to identify these criminals, dismantle their networks, and ensure they are fully prosecuted.”

“This multi-year investigation highlights that acquiring property by deceit has ramifications that resonate beyond the bottom line and affects our national security and the safety of Americans worldwide,” said FBI Executive Assistant Director Giuliano. “We continue to work side-by-side with our many partners in a coordinated effort to bring justice to those who have sought to harm Americans. We consider this investigation as the model of how we work cases—jointly with the Department of Homeland Security/Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Department of Commerce/Office of Export Enforcement and collectively with our foreign partners to address the threats posed by Iranian procurement networks to the national security interests of the United States both here and abroad.”

“These cases are the product of vigorous, cooperative law enforcement focused on denying to Iran items that endanger our coalition forces on the battlefield in Iraq,” said Under Secretary of Commerce Hirschhorn. “We will continue aggressively to go after such perpetrators—no matter where they operate—to guard against these types of threats.”

U.S. Ambassador to Singapore, David Adelman, praised the cooperation within the U.S. executive branch agencies and with the Singaporean authorities. “Twenty-first century law enforcement is most effective when countries work collaboratively as evidenced by this strong, cooperative effort between the U.S. and Singapore. Congratulations to all the officials in both our countries who made this happen,” he said.

The Charges

The indictment, which was returned in the District of Columbia on Sept. 15, 2010, and unsealed today, includes charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States, smuggling, illegal export of goods from the United States to Iran, illegal export of defense articles from the United States, false statements and obstruction of justice.

The charged defendants are Iranian national Larijani, 47, and his companies Paya Electronics Complex, based in Iran, and Opto Electronics Pte, Ltd., based in Singapore. Also charged is Wong, 39, an agent of Opto Electronics who was allegedly supervised by Larijani from Iran. The indictment also charges NEL Electronics Pte. Ltd., a company in Singapore, along with NEL’s owner and director, Nam, 37. Finally, the indictment charges Corezing International Pte. Ltd., a company in Singapore that maintained offices in China, as well as Seng, 42, an agent of Corezing, and Hia, 44, a manager, director and agent of Corezing.

Wong, Nam, Seng and Hia allegedly conspired to defraud the United States by impeding U.S. export controls relating to the shipment of 6,000 radio frequency modules from a Minnesota company through Singapore to Iran, some of which were later found in unexploded IEDs in Iraq. Seng and Hia are also accused of conspiring to defraud the United States relating to the shipment of military antennas from a Massachusetts company to Singapore and Hong Kong. Singapore has agreed to seek extradition for Wong and Nam on the charge of conspiracy to defraud the United States relating to the components shipped to Iran, and to seek extradition for Seng and Hia on the charge of conspiracy to defraud the United States relating to the military antenna exports.

In coordination with the criminal actions announced today, the Commerce Department announced the addition of 15 persons located in China, Hong Kong, Iran and Singapore to the Commerce Department’s Entity List. In addition to the five individual defendants in this case, the Commerce Department named additional companies and individuals associated with this conspiracy. In placing these parties on the Entity List, the Commerce Department is imposing a licensing requirement for any item subject to Commerce regulation with a presumption that such a license would be denied.

Exports of U.S. Components Later Found in IEDs

According to the indictment, IEDs caused roughly 60 percent of all American combat casualties in Iraq between 2001 and 2007. The first conspiracy alleged in the indictment involved radio frequency modules that have several commercial applications, including in wireless local area networks connecting printers and computers in office settings. These modules include encryption capabilities and have a range allowing them to transmit data wirelessly as far as 40 miles when configured with a high-gain antenna. These same modules also have potentially lethal applications. Notably, during 2008 and 2009, coalition forces in Iraq recovered numerous modules made by the Minnesota firm that had been utilized as part of the remote detonation system for IEDs.

The indictment alleges that, between June 2007 and February 2008, the defendants fraudulently purchased and caused 6,000 modules to be illegally exported from the Minnesota company through Singapore, and later to Iran, in five shipments, knowing that the export of U.S.-origin goods to Iran was a violation of U.S. law. In each transaction, the defendants allegedly told the Minnesota firm that Singapore was the final destination of the goods. The defendants also caused false documents to be filed with the U.S. government, in which they claimed that a telecommunications project in Singapore was the final end-use for the modules. In reality, each of the five shipments was routed from Singapore to Iran via air cargo. The alleged recipient of all 6,000 modules in Iran was Larijani, who had directed Wong, his employee in Singapore, to order them.

According to the indictment, the defendants profited considerably from their illegal trade. The defendants allegedly made tens of thousands of dollars for arranging these illegal exports from the United States through Singapore to Iran.

The indictment alleges that several of the 6,000 modules the defendants routed from Minnesota to Iran were later discovered by coalition forces in Iraq, where they were being used as part of the remote detonation systems of IEDs. In May 2008, December 2008, April 2009, and July 2010, coalition forces found no less than 16 of these modules in unexploded IEDs recovered in Iraq, the indictment alleges.

During this period, some of the defendants were allegedly communicating with one another about U.S. laws prohibiting the export of U.S.-origin goods to Iran. For example, between October 2007 and June 2009, Nam contacted Larijani in Iran at least six times and discussed the Iran prohibitions and U.S. prosecutions for violation of these laws. Nam later told U.S. authorities that he had never participated in illicit exports to Iran, even though he had participated in five such shipments, according to the indictment.

Exports of Military Antennas

The indictment further charges Seng, Hia, and Corezing with a separate fraud conspiracy involving the illegal export of two types of military antenna from the United States. The indictment alleges that these defendants conspired to defraud the United States by causing a total of 55 cavity-backed spiral antennas and biconical antennas to be illegally exported from a Massachusetts company to Singapore and Hong Kong without the required State Department license.

These military antennas are controlled for export as U.S. munitions and are used in airborne and shipboard environments. The indictment states that the biconical antenna, for example, is used in military aircraft such as the F-4 Phantom, the F-15, the F-111, the A-10 Thunderbolt II and the F-16 combat jets.

Seng, Hia and Corezing are alleged to have, among other things, conspired to undervalue the antennas to circumvent U.S. regulations on the filing of shipper’s export declarations to the U.S. government. They also allegedly used false names and front companies to obtain the antennas illegally from the United States.

Additional Misrepresentations

The indictment further alleges that Larijani, based in Iran, made false statements about doing business with an accused Iranian procurement agent and that he attempted to obstruct an official proceeding by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

In January 2010, the Department of Commerce placed Larijani’s company, Opto Electronics, on the Entity List, which is a list of companies to which U.S. businesses cannot export controlled dual-use items without obtaining U.S. government licenses. In response, Larijani repeatedly contacted Commerce Department officials in Washington, D.C., from Iran, requesting that his company be removed from the Entity List, according to the indictment. Commerce officials advised Larijani that, in considering whether his firm should be removed from the list, he needed to disclose whether he or his firm had any involvement with Majid Kakavand or Evertop Services Sdn Bhd.

Kakavand is an accused Iranian procurement agent who has been indicted in the United States, along with his Malaysian company Evertop Services, for illegally exporting U.S. goods to Iran, including to military entities in Iran involved in that nation’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs. Kakavand remains a fugitive and is believed to be in Iran.

According to the indictment, Larijani denied to Commerce officials on three occasions that he or his company, Opto Electronics, had done any business with Kakavand or Evertop Services. In fact, the indictment alleges that Larijani had been in communication with others about his business dealings with Kakavand on at least five occasions from 2006 through 2009.

This investigation was jointly conducted by ICE agents in Boston and Los Angeles; FBI agents in Minneapolis; and Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security agents in Chicago and Boston. Substantial assistance was provided by the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the State Department’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, and the Office of International Affairs in the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, particularly the Justice Department Attaché in the Philippines, as well as the FBI and ICE Attachés in Singapore.

U.S. law enforcement authorities thanked the government of Singapore for the substantial assistance that was provided in the investigation of this matter.

The prosecution is being handled by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Anthony Asuncion and John W. Borchert of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia; and Trial Attorneys Jonathan C. Poling and Richard S. Scott of the Counterespionage Section of the Justice Department’s National Security Division.

The public is reminded that an indictment contains mere allegations. Defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.

STASI-NAMEN ALPHABETISCH BUCHSTABE O-P – STASI-NAMES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER –O-P

Die Liste wurde bereits früher hier publiziert:

http://stasiopfer.de/component/option,com_simpleboard/Itemid,/func,view/id,993815828/catid,4/

Vom “Stasiopfer”-Angebot führt ein Link zu einer Website in den USA (www.jya.com), die sich auch mit den Praktiken von Geheimdiensten beschäftigt. Dort findet sich die “Fipro-Liste”, das detaillierte “Finanzprojekt” der Stasi, angefertigt in den letzten Tagen der DDR, um die Rentenansprüche der rund 100 000 hauptamtlichen Mitarbeiter des MfS auch nach dem Zusammenbruch des Systems belegen zu können. Die “Fipro-Liste” ist seit langem bekannt und diente Anfang der neunziger Jahre etwa zur Identifizierung der so genannten OibE – Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz. Diese  Liste „Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz“im Jahre 1991 erschien  in der “taz. Die Echtheit kann beim BStU überprüft werden.

Siehe u.a. http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-22539439.html

Auf Druck ehemaliger STASI-Leute und Ihrer Genossen wurde die Liste aus dem Verkehr gezogen.

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Diese Liste beinhaltet die Namen von 90.598 Mitarbeitern des Ministeriums für Staatssicherheit der DDR. Die Liste ist nicht vollständig. Insbesondere Mitarbeiter der Führungsebene sind nicht enthalten.

This is a list of 90.598 members of the secret police of East Germany (Ministry for State Security), the list isn’t complete, because the most of the high Officiers lieke Colonel and higher have destroyed the personal Informations in the last days of Eastern Germany.

Listen der Stasimitarbeiter-hier findest Du sie! Was bedeuten die Zahlen?
1.Listen der Stasi-Diensteinheiten!
Bem.:hier kannst du die Nr.(6-stellig) der Dienststellen heraussuchen.
2.Liste der Stasi-Mitarbeiter (Hauptamtlich)
Bem.:Hoffentlich hast Du einen guten Rechner, denn die Liste ist erschreckend lang. Die ersten 6 Ziffern sind das Geburtsdatum + die nächsten 6 Ziffern = Dienstausweisnummer! Die zwei Ziffern hinter dem Geburtsdatum geben das Geschlecht an: 41 und 42 = Männlich, 51 und 52 = Weiblich! Wichtig für suchen und finden, sind die sechs Ziffern in den Semikolon vor den Namen: z.B. ;07;00;44; ! Das ist die Nummer der Dienststelle !
Also du suchst in der Liste der Dienststellen, die Nummer der Dienststelle, die Dich interessiert. Damit gehst Du in die Liste der Mitarbeiter und suchst Dir alle Mitarbeiter der entsprechenden Dienststelle heraus. Ich habe das für mein Wohnort getan und so alle Mitarbeiter gefunden. Ob die Liste Vollständig ist kann ich nicht einschätzen, aber zumindest er/kannte ich einige Exverräter vom Namen her.
3.Liste der OibE (Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz)

Manhattan U.S. Attorney and FBI Assistant Director in Charge Announce Insider Trading Charges Against Former Corporate Chairman and Director Rajat K. Gupta

U.S. Attorney’s Office October 26, 2011
  • Southern District of New York (212) 637-2600

PREET BHARARA, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and JANICE K. FEDARCYK, the Assistant Director in Charge of the New York Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), announced today the unsealing of a six-count indictment against RAJAT K. GUPTA, a former corporate chairman and member of the Boards of Directors of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (“Goldman Sachs”) and the Procter & Gamble Company (“P&G”), for engaging in an insider trading scheme with Raj Rajaratnam, the founder and former head of the Galleon Group.

Manhattan U.S. Attorney PREET BHARARA stated: “Rajat Gupta was entrusted by some of the premier institutions of American business to sit inside their boardrooms, among their executives and directors, and receive their confidential information so that he could give advice and counsel for the benefit of their shareholders. As alleged, he broke that trust and instead became the illegal eyes and ears in the boardroom for his friend and business associate, Raj Rajaratnam, who reaped enormous profits from Mr. Gupta’s breach of duty. Today we allege that the corruption we have seen in the trading cubicles, investment firms, law firms, expert consulting firms, medical labs, and corporate suites also insinuated itself into the boardrooms of elite companies. ”

FBI Assistant Director in Charge JANICE K. FEDARCYK stated: “Today’s surrender is the latest step in an initiative launched by the FBI in 2007 targeting hedge fund insider trading. The conduct alleged is not an inadvertent slip of the tongue by Mr. Gupta. His eagerness to pass along inside information to Rajaratnam is nowhere more starkly evident than in the two instances where a total of 39 seconds elapsed between his learning of crucial Goldman Sachs information and lavishing it on his good friend. That information (captured by the FBI) was conveyed by phone so quickly it could be termed instant messaging.”

According to the Indictment unsealed today in Manhattan federal court:

During all relevant times, GUPTA and Rajaratnam maintained a personal and business relationship. Among other things, GUPTA invested money in at least two different Galleon funds and formed separate investment and private equity funds with Rajaratnam.

From 2008 through January 2009, GUPTA disclosed to Raj Rajaratnam material, nonpublic information (the “Inside Information”) that GUPTA had learned in his capacity as a member of the Boards of Directors of Goldman Sachs and P&G with the understanding that Rajaratnam would use the Inside Information to purchase and sell securities. Rajaratnam, in turn, caused the execution of transactions in the securities of Goldman Sachs and P&G on the basis of the Inside Information, and shared the Inside Information with others at Galleon, thereby earning illegal profits, and illegally avoiding losses, of millions of dollars. The Inside Information included confidential information about the companies’ earnings and financial performance, as well as certain corporate transactions that were being undertaken by Goldman Sachs and P&G.

For example, in the late afternoon of September 23, 2008, shortly before the close of the market, GUPTA participated telephonically in a meeting of the Goldman Sachs Board. During that meeting, the Goldman Sachs Board agreed to accept a $5 billion investment by Berkshire Hathaway, a multi-national holding company. Approximately 16 seconds after GUPTA disconnected his phone from the Goldman Sachs Board call, at approximately 3:54 p.m., his assistant called Rajaratnam and shortly thereafter, connected GUPTA to the call. At approximately 3:58 p.m., just two minutes before the close of the market, Rajaratnam caused certain Galleon funds to purchase approximately 217,200 shares of Goldman Sachs common stock at a total cost of approximately $27 million.

Following the close of the market on September 23, 2008, Goldman Sachs publicly announced the investment by Berkshire Hathaway. The next morning, Goldman Sachs’s stock opened for trading at a price that was more than $3.00 per share higher than the preannouncement closing price on September 23, 2008. On September 24, 2008, Rajaratnam caused Galleon to sell the 217,200 Goldman Sachs shares that had been purchased at approximately 3:58 p.m. on September 23, 2008, generating an illegal profit of approximately $840,000.

On October 23, 2008, GUPTA participated by telephone in a meeting of the Goldman Sachs Board in which senior executives of Goldman Sachs updated the Board on significant developments at the company. As of October 23, 2008, Goldman Sachs’s internal financial analyses showed that for the quarter ending November 28, 2008, the company had lost nearly $2 per share, which was substantially worse than the prevailing market expectations. That information was particularly significant because in the firm’s history as a public company, it had never before lost money in any quarter. Goldman Sachs did not publicly disclose those negative interim financial results, and that information was confidential.

Approximately 23 seconds after GUPTA disconnected from the call with the Goldman Sachs Board on October 23, 2008, at approximately 4:49 p.m., he called Rajaratnam and spoke to him by telephone for approximately 13 minutes. During that call, GUPTA disclosed to Rajaratnam Inside Information concerning Goldman Sachs’s negative interim earnings. The next morning, beginning at approximately 9:31 a.m., Rajaratnam caused certain Galleon Funds to sell their entire position in Goldman Sachs stock, thereby avoiding a loss of several million dollars. At approximately 12:08 p.m. that same day, Rajaratnam told another Galleon employee that he had heard the day before from someone on the Goldman Sachs Board that Goldman Sachs was losing $2 per share.

Additionally, beginning at approximately 9:00 a.m., on January 29, 2009, the day before P&G publicly announced its quarterly earnings, GUPTA participated by telephone, from Switzerland, in a meeting of the Audit Committee of the P&G Board. During that call, the Audit Committee discussed the next day’s earnings release, a draft of which had previously been circulated to all members of the Committee, including GUPTA. That draft stated, among other things, that the company expected its organic sales—sales related to preexisting business segments—to grow 2-5 percent for the fiscal year. This compared negatively to the guidance that P&G had previously provided to the public.

At approximately 1:18 p.m. that same day, GUPTA called Rajaratnam from Switzerland and spoke to him for approximately eight minutes. During that call, GUPTA provided Inside Information to Rajaratnam concerning P&G’s earnings release planned for the next day. Rajaratnam then told a portfolio manager at Galleon that he had heard from someone on the P&G Board certain information concerning P&G’s organic sales growth. Beginning at approximately 2:52 p.m., on January 29, 2009, on the basis of the Inside Information that GUPTA had provided to Rajaratnam, certain Galleon funds sold short approximately 180,000 shares of P&G common stock.

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GUPTA, 62, of Westport, CT, surrendered to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is expected to appear in Federal District Court later today.

GUPTA is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and five counts of securities fraud. He faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison on the conspiracy charge and 20 years in prison on each of the securities fraud charges. In addition, with respect to the conspiracy charge, GUPTA faces a maximum fine of $250,000 or twice the gross gain or loss derived from the crime. For each of the securities fraud charges, GUPTA faces a maximum fine of $5 million or twice the gross gain or loss derived from the crime.

Rajaratnam was convicted in a jury trial on May 11, 2011, of 14 counts of conspiracy and securities fraud. He was sentenced on October 13, 2011, to 11 years in prison, and ordered to pay forfeiture in the amount of $53,816,434, and a $10 million fine.

Mr. BHARARA praised the efforts of the FBI. He also thanked the SEC for its assistance in the investigation.

This case was brought in coordination with President BARACK OBAMA’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force, on which U.S. Attorney BHARARA serves as a co-chair of the Securities and Commodities Fraud Working Group. President OBAMA established the interagency Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force to wage an aggressive, coordinated and proactive effort to investigate and prosecute financial crimes. The task force includes representatives from a broad range of federal agencies, regulatory authorities, inspectors general, and state and local law enforcement who, working together, bring to bear a powerful array of criminal and civil enforcement resources. The task force is working to improve efforts across the federal executive branch, and with state and local partners, to investigate and prosecute significant financial crimes, ensure just and effective punishment for those who perpetrate financial crimes, combat discrimination in the lending and financial markets, and recover proceeds for victims of financial crimes.

Assistant U.S. Attorneys REED BRODSKY and RICHARD C. TARLOWE, and Special Assistant U.S. Attorney ANDREW Z. MICHAELSON are in charge of the prosecution.

The charges contained in the Indictment are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

Local Defense Attorney and Others Arrested in Connection with Scheme to Obstruct Justice

HOUSTON—Abraham Moses Fisch, 52, a criminal defense attorney in Houston, has been arrested on charges of conspiracy, obstruction of justice, money laundering, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and failure to file tax returns, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today along with Stephen L. Morris, special agent in charge of the FBI, and Lucy Cruz, special agent in-charge of Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigations (IRS-CI). Fisch and his wife, Monica Bertman, 60, were arrested just minutes ago and are expected to appear before U.S. Magistrate Judge Frances H. Stacy later today.

The indictment was returned under seal Oct. 19, 2011. On Monday, Oct. 24, 2011, the 21-count indictment was partially unsealed as to a third defendant, Lloyd Glen Williams, 67, a former used car financier. Upon the arrest of Fisch and Bertman today, the indictment was unsealed in its entirety.

The indictment alleges that from August 2006 to Oct. 19, 2011, Fisch, Williams, and Bertman conspired to defraud defendants who were facing federal criminal charges in Houston. The indictment states that the fraud was perpetrated in at least five different federal criminal cases including U.S. v. Edilberto Portillo, et al. (H-06-182), U.S. v. Joey Herrera, et al. (H-07-038), U.S. v. Umawa Oke Imo, et al. (H-09-426) and U.S. v. Clifford Ubani and Princewill Njoku, et al. (H-09-421 and H-10-416).

According to the indictment, Williams, although not an attorney, held himself out as someone who could resolve criminal cases through his contacts with government officials. Williams, Fisch, and Bertman worked together to solicit federal criminal defendants as clients under false pretenses. They claimed to the defendants that Williams had the power to cause their criminal charges to be dismissed or their sentence reduced if they would hire Fisch as their attorney, pay a large sum of money to Fisch and Williams and then provide Williams with information about their crimes. Williams claimed he would then pass that information along to contacts in various federal agencies. In return, Williams claimed his contacts would cause the criminal charges against the defendants to be dismissed or their sentences reduced.

According to the indictment, Williams claimed to the defrauded defendants that his alleged contacts were high-level government officials within the Central Intelligence Agency, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Health and Human Services. In addition, Williams, Fisch, and Bertman falsely stated to some defendants that government officials were being bribed on behalf of the defendants with the funds the defendants had paid to Williams and Fisch. According to the indictment, however, no government officials received bribes and Williams’ supposed contacts were either retired government officials, were not in contact with Williams or otherwise had no ability or willingness to influence the outcome of a defendant’s case.

Williams and Fisch, the indictment alleges, undermined the functioning of the federal justice system by: (1) misleading defendants about the nature of the cooperation process with the government and interfering with defendants’ cooperation with the government, including failing to pass information from a defendant to the government; (2) interfering with plea negotiations with the government by preventing defendants from timely entering guilty pleas because of the mistaken belief their case was going to be dismissed; (3) interfering with defendants’ relationships with former and subsequent counsel, including communicating with represented defendants unbeknownst to their legitimate counsel, causing defendants to fire former counsel, causing defendants not to communicate fully and truthfully with their attorneys and causing defendants not to assist their attorneys in preparing their defense or in negotiating guilty pleas; and (4) insisting that defendants keep the nature of Williams’ so-called “assistance” secret from the court, the government and other attorneys.

In addition, the indictment charges Williams and Fisch with money laundering based on their deposits of the funds they earned from this scheme, which totaled at least $1,480,000. The United States is seeking forfeiture of that amount as money derived from the criminal activity. The indictment also charges Fisch with failing to timely file tax returns each year during the period that he obtained money from this scheme, specifically 2006 through 2010.

If convicted, Fisch faces a prison term of five years imprisonment for the conspiracy charge, 10 years on each of the four counts of obstruction of justice, 10 years for each of the nine counts of money laundering, 10 years for conspiracy to commit money laundering, and one year for each of the five counts of failure to file tax returns in addition to substantial monetary fines. Bertman faces a maximum five years and 10 years, respectively, if convicted of conspiracy and one count of obstruction of justice in addition to a $250,000 fine.

Two days subsequent to his arrest, on Oct. 26, 2011, Williams entered a plea of guilty to counts one and 21 of the indictment that alleged knowingly conspiring to corruptly endeavor to influence, obstruct, and impede the due administration of justice and willfully making and subscribing to a materially false 2007 Income Tax Return. For these convictions, he faces a maximum possible punishment of five years for the conspiracy charge and three years in prison for filing a false tax return as well as a $250,000 fine.

The investigation that led to this indictment and the arrests and plea was conducted by the FBI and IRS-CI. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Robert S. Johnson of the Southern District of Texas.

An indictment is a formal accusation of criminal conduct, not evidence. A defendant is presumed innocent unless convicted through due process of law.

FBI Releases Visual Snapshot of Changes Since 2001

FBI by the Numbers graphic

The FBI has published “The FBI: A Decade in Numbers,” which illustrates changes the Bureau has implemented since the 9/11 attacks.

The four-page document provides a visual representation of accomplishments, strategic shifts, and how the Bureau’s role in intelligence gathering and criminal investigations has evolved over the past decade. Since 2001, the FBI has focused on the most violent criminals, the largest and most complex fraud schemes, the most sophisticated and dangerous computer intrusions, and the most corrupt public officials.

An overview of the criminal and cyber programs states: “Although the FBI has shifted substantial resources to national security, since 2001, the FBI’s criminal and cyber programs have conducted 224,586 arrests, resulting in 185,386 indictments and informations, ultimately yielding 171,241 convictions.”

The FBI has become a threat-focused, intelligence-driven organization. Among the many statistics illustrated in the document:

  • Intelligence analysts on board increased 203 percent–from 1,023 in fiscal year (FY) 2001 to 3,104 in FY2010.
  • The FBI disrupted six times as many terrorist activities in FY2010 as in FY2001–from three disruptions in FY2001 to 18 disruptions in FY2010.
  • The Bureau has assigned 104 personnel to 59 fusion centers to provide intelligence support to state/local law enforcement partners.

The report also describes the expansion of FBI partnerships since 2001 and its expanded role in training law enforcement partners in the U.S. and abroad. The FBI has always relied on partners, and the last decade has shown the value of combining forces, often through joint task forces. From FY2001 to FY2010, the document shows, task forces were responsible for 50,396, or 29 percent, of the FBI’s convictions obtained, and information obtained from industry, academia, and the public was critical to nearly every FBI investigation.

TOP-SECRET-European Defence Conference 2011 Report

I cite below the full message posted by Dutchman Jan Wind in the Dutch DoD group on LinkedIn. Jan Wind is “Director at WISER Consultancy” and “Secretary (acting) at Federation of European Defence Technology Associations EDTA”.

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October newsletter of the European Defence Conference – the results

The European Defence Conference 2011 took place on 20 and 21 October 2011 in Warsaw and provided opportunities for a broad range of discussion on European defence co-operation from the perspective of research and development. In addition to that, researchers from various EU-countries presented some of their work and ideas for future co-operation. This first edition of the conference, organized by Fraunhofer INT and WISER Consultancy, gathered some 130 participants and was opened by the Polish Undersecretary for Defence Policy, Mr. Zbigniew Wlosowicz.

Among the topics and issues discussed were:

  • Need to adopt Smart defence specialisation of countries in military tasks and multinational solutions to equipment needs;
  • Importance of consultation with partner nations on cuts in national defence structures before final decisions are made already too frequent an occurrence;
  • Need for improved top level political engagement on European defence issues industry should raise this with governments and on parliamentary level.
  • Further improvements in information sharing across the community, with some specific policy help and advice for smaller countries;
  • Less involved pMS and SMEs expressed interest in regional workshops to educate and inform them on how to get involved in defence business; this was said in the context of not being able to get to Brussels easily and often.
  • Industry would like to see more intelligent competition in procurement not just competition at every opportunity SMEs could be assisted by adopting an engagement strategy based on best practice.

ESA was given as a “best practice” example. This should be complemented by a competence database for SMEs using an effective and proven software package.

  • Technology forecast: EDA expressed interest in the Disruptive Technology Assessment Game (DTAG) developed by NATO

The conference was well received by participants. Mr. Adam Sowa, Deputy Chief Executive of EDA and key note speaker, commented that the EDC was a very well organized and useful conference and that constructive minds had been at work. Dr. Albert van der Steen of TNO who chaired one of the sessions said that he used to believe a conference like EDC should be organised by EDA, but that the event had convinced him that an independently organised conference could be much more effective. A NATO representative also remarked they would increase their participation should a future edition be held. Captain RNLNavy Jan Wind (Rtd) of WISER Consultancy and Dr. Merle Missoweit of Fraunhofer INT speaking on behalf the organising committee said they were very pleased with the outcome of the conference:

During this first EDC, excellent speakers and a knowledgeable audience stimulated discussions in a constructive atmosphere as we had intended. I heard nothing but positive feedback these last two days. Our team will work with EDA, ASD and others to determine how to follow up on this first EDC.

DICKE STASI-HISTORIE DER “GoMoPa”-SCHEISSHAUSFLIEGEN (Eigenbezeichnung)IC

Liebe Leser,

die STASI-Historie der serienmässig verurteilten Stalker, Rufmörder,  Betrüger und wohl auch Mörder ist evident, denn bei der STASI haben sie ihr Handwerk erlernt und “GoMoPa” wurde von dem STASI-Obersten und “Ersten Kriminalisten der DDR” Ehrenfried Stelzer, Verfasser der Mordstudie-Toxdat, gegründet.

Räumlich gesehen entstammen alle der “GoMoPa”-Scheisshausfliegen (Eigenbezeichnung) aus der ehemaligen DDR Sachsen-Anhalt (z.B – “Klaus Maurischat” alias “Siegfried Siewert”, “Sarah Müller” und Familienteile des mutmasslichen STASI-Konfident Bennewirtz,  der mutmassliche STASI-Konfident Thomas Promny aus Brandenburg und der mutmassliche “GoMoPa”-Gründer Ehrenfried Stelzer  und die mutmasslichen “GoMoPa”-Hintermänner Resch und “Peter Ehlers” aus Berlin sowie aus Dresden, der mutmassliche STASI-Konfident Sven Schmidt.

http://stasiopfer.de/component/option,com_akobook/Itemid,258/startpage,82/

http://berndpulch.co/?page_id=2144

http://www.immobilien-vertraulich.com/law/7279-die-killer-bibel-toxdat–die-900-seiten-stasi-mordstudie-von-gomopa-mastermind-ehrenfried-stelzer.html

Schon die Ehrenberufler der Juricon berichteten über diese STASI-Connection der “GoMoPa”-Scheisshausfliegen (Eigenbezeichnung):

https://berndpulch.org/juricon-uber-gomopa-inklusive-stasi-verbindung/

Was hier wohl alles noch an das Licht der öffentlichkeit kommen wird.

Herzlichst Ihr

Bernd Pulch, Magister Artium der Publizistik, Germanistik und Komparatistik

STASI-NAMEN ALPHABETISCH BUCHSTABE NI-O – STASI-NAMES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER –NI-O

Die Liste wurde bereits früher hier publiziert:

http://stasiopfer.de/component/option,com_simpleboard/Itemid,/func,view/id,993815828/catid,4/

Vom “Stasiopfer”-Angebot führt ein Link zu einer Website in den USA (www.jya.com), die sich auch mit den Praktiken von Geheimdiensten beschäftigt. Dort findet sich die “Fipro-Liste”, das detaillierte “Finanzprojekt” der Stasi, angefertigt in den letzten Tagen der DDR, um die Rentenansprüche der rund 100 000 hauptamtlichen Mitarbeiter des MfS auch nach dem Zusammenbruch des Systems belegen zu können. Die “Fipro-Liste” ist seit langem bekannt und diente Anfang der neunziger Jahre etwa zur Identifizierung der so genannten OibE – Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz. Diese  Liste „Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz“im Jahre 1991 erschien  in der “taz. Die Echtheit kann beim BStU überprüft werden.

Siehe u.a. http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-22539439.html

Auf Druck ehemaliger STASI-Leute und Ihrer Genossen wurde die Liste aus dem Verkehr gezogen.

Hier ist sie wieder:

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Diese Liste beinhaltet die Namen von 90.598 Mitarbeitern des Ministeriums für Staatssicherheit der DDR. Die Liste ist nicht vollständig. Insbesondere Mitarbeiter der Führungsebene sind nicht enthalten.

This is a list of 90.598 members of the secret police of East Germany (Ministry for State Security), the list isn’t complete, because the most of the high Officiers lieke Colonel and higher have destroyed the personal Informations in the last days of Eastern Germany.

Listen der Stasimitarbeiter-hier findest Du sie! Was bedeuten die Zahlen?
1.Listen der Stasi-Diensteinheiten!
Bem.:hier kannst du die Nr.(6-stellig) der Dienststellen heraussuchen.
2.Liste der Stasi-Mitarbeiter (Hauptamtlich)
Bem.:Hoffentlich hast Du einen guten Rechner, denn die Liste ist erschreckend lang. Die ersten 6 Ziffern sind das Geburtsdatum + die nächsten 6 Ziffern = Dienstausweisnummer! Die zwei Ziffern hinter dem Geburtsdatum geben das Geschlecht an: 41 und 42 = Männlich, 51 und 52 = Weiblich! Wichtig für suchen und finden, sind die sechs Ziffern in den Semikolon vor den Namen: z.B. ;07;00;44; ! Das ist die Nummer der Dienststelle !
Also du suchst in der Liste der Dienststellen, die Nummer der Dienststelle, die Dich interessiert. Damit gehst Du in die Liste der Mitarbeiter und suchst Dir alle Mitarbeiter der entsprechenden Dienststelle heraus. Ich habe das für mein Wohnort getan und so alle Mitarbeiter gefunden. Ob die Liste Vollständig ist kann ich nicht einschätzen, aber zumindest er/kannte ich einige Exverräter vom Namen her.
3.Liste der OibE (Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz)

FBI Executive Discusses Cyber Threat

  • Shawn Henry
  • Executive Assistant Director
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Information Systems Security Association International Conference
  • Baltimore, Maryland
  • October 20, 2011

Remarks as prepared for delivery.

Good afternoon. I appreciate the opportunity to be here with you today to discuss the cyber threat, the challenges it presents, and some alternative ideas for mitigating it.

The Cyber Threat

Some of the most critical threats facing our nation today emanate from the cyber realm. We’ve got hackers out to take our personal information and money, spies who want to steal our nation’s secrets, and terrorists who are looking for novel ways to attack our critical infrastructure.

President Obama called the cyber threat one of the most serious economic and national security challenges we face as a nation.

I believe the cyber threat is an existential one, meaning that a major cyber attack could potentially wipe out whole companies. It could shut down our electric grid or water supply. It could cause serious damage to parts of our cities, and ultimately even kill people.

While it may sound alarmist, the threat is incredibly real, and intrusions into corporate networks, personal computers, and government systems are occurring every single day by the thousands.

We see three primary actors in the cyber world: foreign intelligence services, terrorist groups, and organized crime enterprises. Dozens of countries have offensive cyber capabilities, and their foreign intelligence services are generally the most capable of our cyber adversaries.

Their victims run the gamut from other government networks to cleared defense contractors to private companies from which they seek to steal secrets or gain competitive advantage for their nation’s companies.

One company that was recently the victim of an intrusion determined it had lost 10 years worth of research and development—valued at $1 billion—virtually overnight.

Terrorist groups are interested in impacting this country through a digital attack the same way they’ve done historically through kinetic attack; they’re always looking for creative ways to harm us. Some say they currently don’t have the capability to do it themselves. But the reality is that capability is available on the open market. And as 9/11 taught us, we can’t assume that just because something hasn’t been done before, it isn’t a possible threat.

Organized crime groups, meanwhile, are increasingly migrating their traditional criminal activity from the physical world to the computer network. Rather than breaking into a bank with guns to crack the safe, they breach corporate networks and financial institutions to pilfer boatloads of data, including user credentials, personally identifiable information, and corporate secrets, which they can monetize.

These groups, often made up of individuals living in disparate places around the world, have stolen hundreds of millions of dollars from the financial services sector and its customers. Their crimes increase the cost of doing business, put companies at a competitive disadvantage, and create a significant drain on our economy.

The value of thefts via hacking the financial services sector or its customers far exceeds that of physical bank robberies many, many times over.

In one of the most sophisticated and organized attacks on the financial sector, an international network of hackers obtained access to a financial corporation’s network and completely compromised its encryption. They were inside the system for months doing reconnaissance, which enabled them to steal millions of dollars in less than 24 hours when they finally took overt action.

Another major international hacking group used an Automated Clearing House (ACH) wire transfer system to access online commercial banking accounts and distribute malicious software that led financial institutions to lose nearly $70 million.

These cases illustrate how the offense far outpaces the defense in the cyber realm. And, unfortunately, under the current Internet infrastructure, we haven’t been able to “tech” our way out of it. It’s very difficult to put a price tag on all this in the aggregate, but several consultancies have actually tried to quantify it.

The 2011 Norton Cybercrime Report put the global cost of cyber crime at nearly $400 billion a year, and found that there are more than one million victims of cyber crime every day.

And a study released in August by the Ponemon Institute found that the number of attacks on companies it surveyed this year were up 45 percent from last year and cost 70 percent more to fix. On average, each attack took 18 days and $416,000 to fix.

And that’s only the tip of the iceberg, because what I’ve referred to so far relates to remote access attacks. The reality is our adversaries use multiple attack vectors, including the supply chain, trusted insiders, and proximity attacks to target the network and its very valuable data.

Mitigating the Threat

So now that I’ve painted this grim picture, you’re probably asking, “What are we doing about it and what more should we be doing?”

Despite the fact that our adversaries’ capabilities are at an all-time high, the good news is we have made combating this challenge a top priority not only of the FBI, but the entire U.S. government. We are devoting significant resources to it. And our partnerships among government, industry, and academia have also led to a dramatic improvement in our ability to mitigate the threat.

For our part, the FBI has formed cyber squads in each of its 56 field offices, with more than 1,000 advanced cyber-trained FBI special agents, intelligence analysts, and forensic examiners. We have increased the capabilities of our employees by selectively seeking candidates with technical skills and enhancing our cyber training.

As an agency with both national security and law enforcement responsibility, the FBI is well-positioned to address the cyber threat. The anonymity of the Internet often creates challenges in determining exactly who the adversary is, but our authorities and capabilities allow us to investigate and target criminal, foreign intelligence, and terrorist actors alike.

Partnerships

But we recognize that we can’t do it alone. Through the FBI-led National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force (NCIJTF), we coordinate our efforts and bring to bear the resources of 20 agencies.

The task force operates using Threat Focus Cells—small groups of agents, officers, and analysts from different agencies. They are subject-matter experts who are focused on very specific threats.

Through the NCIJTF, the FBI has collected real-time intelligence that has been incredibly valuable for the protection of our networks.

We’ve also forged tremendous relationships with the private sector, and through much more robust information sharing, we’ve prevented attacks before they’ve occurred. I can’t tell you how many times we’ve gone to a company and told them they were breached, and where the intruder was on their network, and they were shocked to hear it.

And because there is often a foreign nexus to cyber crime, we are working closely with our international law enforcement partners. In fact, we’ve physically embedded FBI agents in foreign police agencies around the world to investigate cyber intrusion jointly, including in Estonia, the Netherlands, Romania, and Ukraine.

Each year, we are training and collaborating with approximately 500 foreign law enforcement officers from more than 40 nations in cyber investigative techniques.

Return on Investment

I’m pleased to say we’re having success. In 2010, we arrested 202 criminals specifically for cyber intrusion—up from 159 in 2009. In addition, our foreign law enforcement partners made dozens and dozens of arrests last year based on intelligence we’ve shared with them. And we obtained a record level of financial judgments for those cases in excess of $100 million.

Those arrests included five of the world’s top cyber criminals. Among them were the perpetrators of the financial services company intrusion I mentioned earlier, which resulted in one of the first hackers extradited from Estonia to the United States.

We also worked with our industry partners and our law enforcement counterparts in the Ukraine, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and elsewhere to apprehend those responsible for the ACH fraud scheme I talked about. Operation Trident Breach targeted more than 50 of the world’s most prolific cyber and organized crime subjects. We and our international partners carried out arrests, interviews, searches, and evidence seizures in 24 cities in 12 countries.

We are also employing novel ways of combating the threat. In Operation Coreflood, the FBI worked with our private sector and law enforcement partners to disable a botnet that had infected an estimated two million computers with malicious software. The malware on this Coreflood botnet allowed infected computers to be controlled remotely by criminals to steal private personal and financial information from unsuspecting users. In an unprecedented move, the FBI seized domain names, re-routed the botnet to FBI-controlled servers, and responded to commands sent from infected computers in the United States, telling the zombies to stop the Coreflood software from running. The success of this innovative operation will help pave the way for future cyber mitigation efforts and the development of new “outside the box” techniques.

Going forward, the U.S. government as a whole is collaborating to sharpen our focus on the cyber threat.

In May, the White House issued a proposed package of legislation aimed at enhancing the security of the nation’s networks and infrastructure and increasing penalties for cyber crime. The administration also released its International Strategy for Cyberspace, which outlines the U.S. government’s vision for the future of cyberspace and sets an agenda for partnering with other nations to realize it.

Managing the Risk

But is all this enough? Because if we have to get involved in a response capacity, something bad has already happened.

Before it was created, the Internet was something very few people could have imagined. To keep pace with our adversaries, we have to continue to think on that level to mitigate the cyber threat.

This is arguably the greatest invention of our lifetime, but it can be a dangerous place, as we’ve all seen. I believe it’s key that we recognize the risk in the environment we’re working in and learn to manage that risk.

That means we must divide our resources and efforts to reduce each of the factors that put us at risk.

To do so, it’s important to understand the classic risk formula, which states, ‘risk equals threat times vulnerability times consequence.’

If we lower any of those three variable factors, we lower the risk. If we can completely eliminate any of those variables, we eliminate risk. But that’s virtually impossible, so we must adopt a defense-in-depth approach—lowering each of the three.

This is where we have to work together—kind of like a zone defense.

Think of the risk model in terms of protecting your house from being robbed: If there are no burglars in your area, you’ve dropped the threat to zero. So you wouldn’t need to spend money on a security system. And you might even leave your doors unlocked to save yourself time getting in and out.

Not because you don’t have any valuables, but it doesn’t matter how vulnerable you are because you don’t have any threat actors.

If, all of a sudden, you get reports that there are burglars operating in your area, and people’s homes are being broken into, then you begin worrying about vulnerabilitiesbecause you know there’s a threat. You start locking the doors. You leave the outside lights on. Maybe you put in an alarm system. You might move certain valuables out of your house to a safety deposit box, or even install a safe.

Or you create a community watch to look out for the bad guys and protect not just your own property, but the whole neighborhood. Maybe you even move to a gated community with a 24/7 security guard that checks IDs at the gate. You’ve reduced your threats and vulnerabilities to counter the risk.

Consequence management, then, assumes that despite your best efforts to eliminate the threat and reduce your vulnerabilities, the bad guy still gets in.

So now you manage those consequences—you purchase homeowner’s insurance to replace the valuables you may lose. Or you might put in a hidden camera to catch the thief in the act. That won’t stop your valuables from being stolen, but might lead you to be able to recover them afterward.

Translating those concepts to the cybersecurity realm, we’ve already established that the threats exist and are increasing. So we could reduce the threat by taking a law enforcement, intelligence, or economic action to prevent or deter an adversary from acting. We took 202 threats off the playing field last year, but clearly, the threat continues.

So how do we lower the vulnerabilities of the cyber threat? It requires hardening the targets, including protecting the supply chain. It could entail keeping certain pieces of information off the network—maybe in a physical safe. Do you really need the 100-year old recipe for the secret sauce stored on the network?

Managing the consequences of a cyber attack entails minimizing the harm that results when an adversary does break into a system.

An example would be encrypting data so the hacker can’t read it, or having redundant systems that can readily be reconstituted in the event of an attack.

In all cases, those who have addressed these individual risk factors have an opportunity to share information with others in order to lower our collective risk.

Alternate Models

I said earlier that under the current Internet structure, we can’t tech our way out of the cyber threat. But what if the playing field were changed?

There is a growing sense among a number of subject-matter experts that the current Internet environment is simply not sustainable.

One proposal has been to begin exploring alternate, highly secure Internet options that focus on more easily spotting and tracking the threat actors. And then providing the law enforcement and intelligence communities and others the tools they need to mete out justice and deter future attacks.

Going back to the concept of alternatives, let’s think of it in terms of the crime in the neighborhood analogy. Some people live in communities that have heightened security by focusing on who can enter at guarded posts—only certain people get in, and the rules to do so are stringent. They look for bad guys and report them to the police. These types of alternate security models can translate meaningfully to the Internet as well.

The reason the Internet is the way it is now is based on decisions made by those who developed it. They purposely allowed for anonymity, and there are legitimate reasons for wanting to keep it that way for some users and for some uses of the Internet. There are users for whom maintaining their privacy is worth the risk of intrusions into their computers or networks.

But for those critical uses of the Internet where intrusions are entirely unacceptable because the risk of compromise is so high, market-driven factors need to be explored; businesses must seek the solutions and options they want and need.

Electric power grid operators, for example, would likely opt for higher-trust models that don’t foster anonymity, but instead promote assurance and attribution.

Assurance allows the ability to detect changes in data or hardware, and attribution provides the ability to determine who’s on the network and who made any changes on it.

Right now, computer security has become an endless game of defense, which is both costly and unsurvivable in the long term if the status quo remains. Going after the threat actor is an absolutely necessary part of the risk equation, and one that can be made far more effective with alternate architectures.

Under the current environment, victims are often focused on how to get malware off their systems and on finding out what was taken. But what they should be asking is, ‘What was left behind? And did it change my data?’ Most users have no idea whether their software, hardware, or data integrity has been altered. Our current networks were never designed to detect that type of deviation.

So it’s critical to note that attribution without assurance is useless. It doesn’t do you any good to know who did it if you don’t know what they did and how to look for it.

A key question in establishing alternate Internet models is how you prevent users of both platforms from contaminating the secure one.

As many of you know, we’ve seen cases in which removable media have introduced malware from unclassified government systems onto classified ones.

To avoid this in alternate security environments, it would be critical that the networks lack interoperability. Imagine if you will a virtual version of the pumps at gas stations that offer both diesel and regular gasoline. You can’t even fit the diesel nozzle into a regular gas tank. It’s idiot-proof. If you don’t provide that kind of barrier on your new system, you would always be susceptible to human error. All users would need to adopt the same standards.

The trend toward cloud computing and new environments could present an opportunity to begin trying and testing new architectures.

U.S. innovation and ingenuity created the Internet, which is now a global phenomenon that has provided tremendous opportunities. With it, however, have come tremendous security challenges to certain users. For them, the current system will never be good enough. But it’s too late to disconnect. It’s not possible to be offline anymore, and there’s currently no alternative.

I don’t have the answers about how to build greater choices in the security architectures used today, but I do feel strongly that the discussions must begin now. I’ll leave the solution to the potential customers, the technologists, and the entrepreneurs. I’ve outlined just a few of the issues that should be considered. But I challenge you to continue the discussion about whether there is a need and enough demand to develop alternate networked environments that rely less on playing defense, and rely more on discovering and capturing threat actors so they change their own risk calculus on whether cyber crime pays.

We must continue to push forward, because our adversaries are relentless. They want our money, our property, and our secrets, and some seek to harm us well beyond that. Together, we can turn the tide against them and bolster the security of our nation’s information, networks, and infrastructure. Thank you.

Jason James Savedoff Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Steal Valuable Historical Documents

BALTIMORE—Jason James Savedoff, a/k/a “Jason James,” and “Justin Ward,” age 24, of New York, New York, pleaded guilty today to conspiring to steal historical documents from museums in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, and Connecticut and selling them for profit.

The guilty plea was announced by United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Rod J. Rosenstein; Special Agent in Charge Richard A. McFeely of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; Inspector General Paul Brachfeld of the National Archives and Records Administration – Office of Inspector General; Baltimore Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III; and Baltimore City State’s Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein.

Inspector General Brachfeld said, “I want to thank the Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero, and those employees of the National Archives and Records Administration who supported the agents in the conduct of this investigation.”

According to his plea agreement, from December 2010 through July 2011, Savedoff and his co-conspirator stole and otherwise fraudulently obtained valuable documents and manuscripts from numerous museums, including the Maryland Historical Society, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, the Connecticut Historical Society, and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, a component of the National Archives. Document and manuscript collections at these museums were targeted based on the content of the collections or the potential monetary value of the contents.

Savedoff admitted that he and his co-conspirator prepared lists containing the names of historical figures and other noteworthy individuals, and made notations referencing the value of signatures and documents authored or signed by the listed individuals. Savedoff, under the direction of his co-conspirator, conducted research, including via the internet, to identify collections containing valuable documents, which, when located, were targeted for theft. Savedoff also used aliases when he visited certain libraries to protect the ongoing criminal scheme.

According to his plea, Savedoff and his co-conspirator visited numerous museums posing as researchers; accessed collections of documents which they had determined to be of significant value; reviewed the documents from the collections; and used various techniques to steal them. These techniques included concealing documents inside sports coats and other outerwear which had been modified to contain hidden pockets, as well as distracting museum curators to disguise their actions. Once a document had been stolen, steps were taken to remove any marking or inventory control notations made on the document. A checklist was prepared for each stolen document which identified the author and date of the document; the collection from which it was stolen; whether the museum card catalogue had been collected; whether there existed any microfilm or other “finding aid” for the document at the museum; the nature of any markings on the document: and whether any museum markings had been removed from the document. In an effort to conceal the theft, Savedoff and his co-conspirator often took the card catalogue entries and other “finding aids,” making it difficult for the museum to discover that an item was missing.

Specifically, according to his plea, on July 9, 2011, Savedoff and his co-conspirator visited the Maryland Historical Society, where the co-conspirator had already provided the curators with a list of boxes he wished to review, stating that he was performing research for a book. Savedoff and the co-conspirator accessed the various document and manuscript collections. The conspirators attempted to distract the museum staff and shield their efforts to steal documents. Their actions concerned the curators, who summoned the police because they believed that documents were being improperly handled and possibly stolen. Savedoff had the key to one of the museum lockers, where officers discovered a a computer bag containing 79 stolen documents. A review of the documents by curators revealed that 60 documents had been removed from the Maryland Historical Society, including a land grant dated June 1, 1861, to a soldier from the Maryland Militia, War of 1812, signed by President Abraham Lincoln. The remaining 19 documents contained markings which identified them as being from collections maintained at the Connecticut Historical Society and other institutions. Other documents which Savedoff admits were stolen, and which were recovered during the investigation, include documents signed by George Washington, John Adams, Franklin Roosevelt, Marie Antoinette, Napoleon Bonaparte, and others.

Savedoff faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison for the conspiracy; and 10 years in prison for theft of the documents. U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake has scheduled sentencing for February 10, 2012, at 2:30 p.m.

United States Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein praised the FBI, Baltimore Police Department, National Archives and Records Administration – Office of Inspector General, and the Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office for their work in the investigation. Mr. Rosenstein thanked Assistant United States Attorneys James G. Warwick and P. Michael Cunningham, who are prosecuting the case.

FBI – Leader of $200 Million Real Estate Investment Scam Charged

NEWARK, NJ—Eliyahu Weinstein, a/k/a “Eli Weinstein,” a/k/a “Edward Weinstein,” a/k/a “Eddie Weinstein,” was indicted today by a federal grand jury in Newark on charges alleging he ran an investment fraud scheme causing losses of at least $200 million, New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.

The 45-count Indictment charges Weinstein, 36, of Lakewood, N.J., with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, 29 counts of wire fraud, two counts of wire fraud while on pretrial release, one count of bank fraud and 12 counts of money laundering. Weinstein will be arraigned on the Indictment on a date to be determined.

Weinstein was previously charged by Complaint on Aug. 12, 2010, along with then Manalapan, N.J., resident Vladimir Siforov, 44. Both defendants were charged with one count of wire fraud and Weinstein was charged with one count of bank fraud. Siforov, who remains a fugitive, is named in three wire fraud counts in the Indictment.

“According to the Indictment, Weinstein’s exploitation of investors’ trust was so shameless he used doctored documents for properties he didn’t own—including in a town that doesn’t exist—and continued to commit crimes while out on bail,” said U.S. Attorney Fishman. “With promises of sound investments and charitable donations, he allegedly stole $200 million, spending freely on fancy cars, jewelry and gambling trips. And in using victims’ money to collect Judaica, Weinstein robbed from his own community’s present to stockpile artifacts of its past.”

According to the Indictment and other documents filed in Newark federal court:

From at least as early as June 2004 through August 2011, Weinstein, with the help of Siforov and others, orchestrated a real estate investment fraud scheme out of Lakewood that has resulted in losses to victim investors of at least $200 million.

To induce victims to invest, Weinstein and others made various types of materially false and misleading statements and omissions. For example, Weinstein and others represented to victims that Weinstein’s inside access to certain real estate opportunities allowed him to buy particular properties at below-market prices. Weinstein and others also told victims that their money would be used to purchase a specific property, and the property would be quickly resold—or “flipped”—to a third-party purchaser lined up by Weinstein. Victims were also told that their money would be held in escrow until the closing of a purported real estate transaction.

Weinstein bolstered his lies by creating, and causing to be created, various types of fraudulent documents, including “show checks,” which Weinstein led victims to believe represented Weinstein’s investments in specific transactions but were never deposited; forged checks, which had actually been negotiated for small amounts, but Weinstein altered to appear worth millions of dollars; operating agreements, which showed that victims had ownership interests in specific properties they did not; and various kinds of forged legal documents, including leases, mortgages, and deeds.

Weinstein initially targeted victims from the Orthodox Jewish community, of which he was a member, exploiting his standing in and knowledge of the customs and practices of the community to further the scheme. Weinstein abused the community’s practice of engaging in transactions based on trust and without paperwork to obtain money from his victims without substantial written records. Weinstein would then falsely represent that specific real estate transactions existed, that the victims’ monies were used to fund those transactions, or that the victims’ profits from those transactions were being “rolled” into new investments.

By 2010, Weinstein had tarnished his reputation in the community due to the massive losses caused by the scheme. In April 2010, Weinstein and others began soliciting victims from outside of the Orthodox Jewish community, whom they defrauded out of millions of dollars.

Weinstein then took significant portions of his victims’ money, which had been provided for specific real estate transactions, and used it for other purposes he did not disclose to victims. These included funding unrelated real estate transactions in which Weinstein was engaged; paying prior victims; and making charitable and religious contributions which he used to elevate his reputation within the Orthodox Jewish community.

Weinstein also used millions of dollars fraudulently obtained from his victims to fund his own lavish spending, including millions of dollars worth of antique Judaica and other artwork; a multimillion-dollar collection of jewelry and watches; gambling in Las Vegas and elsewhere; and his personal expenses, including millions of dollars in credit card bills, millions of dollars in legal bills, and luxury car lease payments.

If convicted of the wire fraud charges, Weinstein and Siforov each face a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine per count. If convicted on the wire fraud while on pretrial release charges, Weinstein faces a maximum potential penalty of 30 years in prison per count. Weinstein also faces a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine on the wire fraud conspiracy charge; 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine on the bank fraud charge; and a maximum potential penalty of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine on each of the money laundering charges.

U.S. Attorney Fishman praised special agents of the FBI, under the direction of Special Agent in Charge Michael B. Ward in Newark, for their work leading the investigation of this case. He also credited special agents of IRS – Criminal Investigation, under the direction of Special Agent in Charge Victor W. Lessoff, for their important contributions to the investigation.

The government is represented by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Zach Intrater and Gurbir S. Grewal of the U.S. Attorney’s Office Economic Crimes Unit in Newark.

The charges and allegations contained in the Indictment are merely accusations, and the defendants are considered innocent unless and until proven guilty.

If you believe you are a victim of or otherwise have information concerning this alleged scheme, you are encouraged to contact the FBI at 973-792-3000.

This case was brought in coordination with President Barack Obama’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force. President Obama established the interagency Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force to wage an aggressive, coordinated, and proactive effort to investigate and prosecute financial crimes. The task force includes representatives from a broad range of federal agencies, regulatory authorities, inspectors general, and state and local law enforcement who, working together, bring to bear a powerful array of criminal and civil enforcement resources. The task force is working to improve efforts across the federal executive branch, and with state and local partners, to investigate and prosecute significant financial crimes, ensure just and effective punishment for those who perpetrate financial crimes, combat discrimination in the lending and financial markets, and recover proceeds for victims of financial crimes.

NEWARK, NJ—Eliyahu Weinstein, a/k/a “Eli Weinstein,” a/k/a “Edward Weinstein,” a/k/a “Eddie Weinstein,” was indicted today by a federal grand jury in Newark on charges alleging he ran an investment fraud scheme causing losses of at least $200 million, New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.

The 45-count Indictment charges Weinstein, 36, of Lakewood, N.J., with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, 29 counts of wire fraud, two counts of wire fraud while on pretrial release, one count of bank fraud and 12 counts of money laundering. Weinstein will be arraigned on the Indictment on a date to be determined.

Weinstein was previously charged by Complaint on Aug. 12, 2010, along with then Manalapan, N.J., resident Vladimir Siforov, 44. Both defendants were charged with one count of wire fraud and Weinstein was charged with one count of bank fraud. Siforov, who remains a fugitive, is named in three wire fraud counts in the Indictment.

“According to the Indictment, Weinstein’s exploitation of investors’ trust was so shameless he used doctored documents for properties he didn’t own—including in a town that doesn’t exist—and continued to commit crimes while out on bail,” said U.S. Attorney Fishman. “With promises of sound investments and charitable donations, he allegedly stole $200 million, spending freely on fancy cars, jewelry and gambling trips. And in using victims’ money to collect Judaica, Weinstein robbed from his own community’s present to stockpile artifacts of its past.”

According to the Indictment and other documents filed in Newark federal court:

From at least as early as June 2004 through August 2011, Weinstein, with the help of Siforov and others, orchestrated a real estate investment fraud scheme out of Lakewood that has resulted in losses to victim investors of at least $200 million.

To induce victims to invest, Weinstein and others made various types of materially false and misleading statements and omissions. For example, Weinstein and others represented to victims that Weinstein’s inside access to certain real estate opportunities allowed him to buy particular properties at below-market prices. Weinstein and others also told victims that their money would be used to purchase a specific property, and the property would be quickly resold—or “flipped”—to a third-party purchaser lined up by Weinstein. Victims were also told that their money would be held in escrow until the closing of a purported real estate transaction.

Weinstein bolstered his lies by creating, and causing to be created, various types of fraudulent documents, including “show checks,” which Weinstein led victims to believe represented Weinstein’s investments in specific transactions but were never deposited; forged checks, which had actually been negotiated for small amounts, but Weinstein altered to appear worth millions of dollars; operating agreements, which showed that victims had ownership interests in specific properties they did not; and various kinds of forged legal documents, including leases, mortgages, and deeds.

Weinstein initially targeted victims from the Orthodox Jewish community, of which he was a member, exploiting his standing in and knowledge of the customs and practices of the community to further the scheme. Weinstein abused the community’s practice of engaging in transactions based on trust and without paperwork to obtain money from his victims without substantial written records. Weinstein would then falsely represent that specific real estate transactions existed, that the victims’ monies were used to fund those transactions, or that the victims’ profits from those transactions were being “rolled” into new investments.

By 2010, Weinstein had tarnished his reputation in the community due to the massive losses caused by the scheme. In April 2010, Weinstein and others began soliciting victims from outside of the Orthodox Jewish community, whom they defrauded out of millions of dollars.

Weinstein then took significant portions of his victims’ money, which had been provided for specific real estate transactions, and used it for other purposes he did not disclose to victims. These included funding unrelated real estate transactions in which Weinstein was engaged; paying prior victims; and making charitable and religious contributions which he used to elevate his reputation within the Orthodox Jewish community.

Weinstein also used millions of dollars fraudulently obtained from his victims to fund his own lavish spending, including millions of dollars worth of antique Judaica and other artwork; a multimillion-dollar collection of jewelry and watches; gambling in Las Vegas and elsewhere; and his personal expenses, including millions of dollars in credit card bills, millions of dollars in legal bills, and luxury car lease payments.

If convicted of the wire fraud charges, Weinstein and Siforov each face a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine per count. If convicted on the wire fraud while on pretrial release charges, Weinstein faces a maximum potential penalty of 30 years in prison per count. Weinstein also faces a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine on the wire fraud conspiracy charge; 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine on the bank fraud charge; and a maximum potential penalty of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine on each of the money laundering charges.

U.S. Attorney Fishman praised special agents of the FBI, under the direction of Special Agent in Charge Michael B. Ward in Newark, for their work leading the investigation of this case. He also credited special agents of IRS – Criminal Investigation, under the direction of Special Agent in Charge Victor W. Lessoff, for their important contributions to the investigation.

The government is represented by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Zach Intrater and Gurbir S. Grewal of the U.S. Attorney’s Office Economic Crimes Unit in Newark.

The charges and allegations contained in the Indictment are merely accusations, and the defendants are considered innocent unless and until proven guilty.

If you believe you are a victim of or otherwise have information concerning this alleged scheme, you are encouraged to contact the FBI at 973-792-3000.

This case was brought in coordination with President Barack Obama’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force. President Obama established the interagency Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force to wage an aggressive, coordinated, and proactive effort to investigate and prosecute financial crimes. The task force includes representatives from a broad range of federal agencies, regulatory authorities, inspectors general, and state and local law enforcement who, working together, bring to bear a powerful array of criminal and civil enforcement resources. The task force is working to improve efforts across the federal executive branch, and with state and local partners, to investigate and prosecute significant financial crimes, ensure just and effective punishment for those who perpetrate financial crimes, combat discrimination in the lending and financial markets, and recover proceeds for victims of financial crimes.

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Vom “Stasiopfer”-Angebot führt ein Link zu einer Website in den USA (www.jya.com), die sich auch mit den Praktiken von Geheimdiensten beschäftigt. Dort findet sich die “Fipro-Liste”, das detaillierte “Finanzprojekt” der Stasi, angefertigt in den letzten Tagen der DDR, um die Rentenansprüche der rund 100 000 hauptamtlichen Mitarbeiter des MfS auch nach dem Zusammenbruch des Systems belegen zu können. Die “Fipro-Liste” ist seit langem bekannt und diente Anfang der neunziger Jahre etwa zur Identifizierung der so genannten OibE – Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz. Diese  Liste „Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz“im Jahre 1991 erschien  in der “taz. Die Echtheit kann beim BStU überprüft werden.

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Diese Liste beinhaltet die Namen von 90.598 Mitarbeitern des Ministeriums für Staatssicherheit der DDR. Die Liste ist nicht vollständig. Insbesondere Mitarbeiter der Führungsebene sind nicht enthalten.

This is a list of 90.598 members of the secret police of East Germany (Ministry for State Security), the list isn’t complete, because the most of the high Officiers lieke Colonel and higher have destroyed the personal Informations in the last days of Eastern Germany.

Listen der Stasimitarbeiter-hier findest Du sie! Was bedeuten die Zahlen?
1.Listen der Stasi-Diensteinheiten!
Bem.:hier kannst du die Nr.(6-stellig) der Dienststellen heraussuchen.
2.Liste der Stasi-Mitarbeiter (Hauptamtlich)
Bem.:Hoffentlich hast Du einen guten Rechner, denn die Liste ist erschreckend lang. Die ersten 6 Ziffern sind das Geburtsdatum + die nächsten 6 Ziffern = Dienstausweisnummer! Die zwei Ziffern hinter dem Geburtsdatum geben das Geschlecht an: 41 und 42 = Männlich, 51 und 52 = Weiblich! Wichtig für suchen und finden, sind die sechs Ziffern in den Semikolon vor den Namen: z.B. ;07;00;44; ! Das ist die Nummer der Dienststelle !
Also du suchst in der Liste der Dienststellen, die Nummer der Dienststelle, die Dich interessiert. Damit gehst Du in die Liste der Mitarbeiter und suchst Dir alle Mitarbeiter der entsprechenden Dienststelle heraus. Ich habe das für mein Wohnort getan und so alle Mitarbeiter gefunden. Ob die Liste Vollständig ist kann ich nicht einschätzen, aber zumindest er/kannte ich einige Exverräter vom Namen her.
3.Liste der OibE (Offiziere im besonderen Einsatz)

U.S. Attorney Announces Pension Disability Fraud Charges – $1 Billion

PREET BHARARA, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, MARTIN J. DICKMAN, Inspector General of the Railroad Retirement Board, Office of the Inspector General (“RRB-OIG”), JANICE K. FEDARCYK, the Assistant Director in Charge of the New York Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), and BARRY L. KLUGER, Inspector General of the New York State Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Office of the Inspector General (“MTA-OIG”), announced today charges against 11 defendants for participating in a massive fraud scheme from 1998 to the present in which Long Island Railroad (“LIRR”) workers claimed to be disabled upon early retirement so that they could receive extra pension benefits to which they were not entitled. Charged today are (i) two doctors and an office manager for one of the doctors who were involved in falsely diagnosing retiring LIRR workers as disabled; (ii) two “facilitators” who served as liaisons between retiring workers and the participating doctors; and (iii) seven LIRR retirees (including one of the charged facilitators) who claimed RRB disability benefits to which they were not entitled. The fraudulent scheme could ultimately cause the RRB to pay in excess of $1 billion in unwarranted occupational disability benefits if disbursed in full.

Manhattan U.S. Attorney PREET BHARARA said: “Benefit programs like the RRB’s disability pension program were designed to be a safety net for the truly disabled, not a feeding trough for the truly dishonest. And in these tough economic times—with stretched budgets, rising costs, frozen wages, and unemployed people—it is especially disheartening to think that railroad employees would tell a train of lies to pad their early retirements, and that a handful of doctors would traffic on the credibility of their profession to promote a culture of fraud. If the charges are proved, it will be yet another disheartening example of the kind of corruption we have seen all too much of lately.”

RRB-OIG Inspector General MARTIN J. DICKMAN said: “Lying in disability applications is a serious crime that honest taxpayers cannot abide, and that the RRB-OIG will aggressively continue to root out. Through our ongoing investigation, we will continue to hold accountable those who would abuse a system that is meant for legitimately disabled workers who have served on our nation’s railroads. I would like to thank the dedicated agents from my Office for their outstanding work on this investigation, as well as our law enforcement partners at the United States Attorney’s Office and the FBI.”

FBI Assistant Director in Charge JANICE K. FEDARCYK said: “The Complaint lays out a pervasive scheme by doctors, facilitators, and retirees to defraud the Rail Road Retirement Board disability pension program. This massive fraud, an additional burden on cash-strapped commuters, could cost more than one billion dollars. Until today, this was a game where every retiree was a winner. But today’s arrests signal the end of the line for the money train.”

MTA-OIG Inspector General BARRY L. KLUGER said: “Public pension fraud takes a toll not only on our pocketbook, but on the credibility of our government, our pension systems and our sense of fair play. We have been working for quite some time on this matter, first, with the Attorney General of the State of New York under now-Governor Andrew Cuomo, and currently with the Manhattan U.S. Attorney, the FBI, and the Railroad Retirement Board Inspector General to take the investigation of railroad disability pension fraud to the next level. I thank U.S. Attorney Bharara, his staff, and our partners for their dedication to combating pension fraud. We are pleased to have played a part in this investigation.”

Overview of LIRR & RRB Pension System

The RRB is an independent U.S. agency that administers benefit programs, including disability benefits, for the nation’s railroad workers and their families. A unique LIRR contract allows employees to retire at the relatively young age of 50, provided they have been employed for at least 20 years. It is the only commuter railroad in the United States that offers a retirement pension at the age of 50. At that time, employees are entitled to receive an LIRR pension, which is a portion of the full retirement payment they are eligible for at 65, when they also receive an RRB pension. Therefore, if an LIRR worker retires at 50, he or she will receive less than their prior salary and substantially lower pension payments than what they would be entitled to at 65.

However, an LIRR employee who retires and claims disability may receive a disability payment from RRB on top of their LIRR pension, regardless of age. A retiree’s LIRR pension, in combination with RRB disability payments, can equal roughly the base salary earned during his or her career.

The Premeditated Disability Fraud Scheme

As alleged in the Complaint, hundreds of LIRR employees have exploited the overlap between the LIRR pension and the RRB disability program by pre-planning the date on which they would falsely declare themselves disabled so that it would coincide with their projected retirement date. These false statements, made under oath in disability applications, allowed these LIRR employees to retire as early as age 50 with an LIRR pension, supplemented by the fraudulently-obtained RRB disability annuity. Between 2004 and 2008, 61 percent of LIRR employees who claimed an RRB benefit were between the ages of 50 and 55. Each of these employees received a disability award. In contrast, only 7 percent of employees at Metro-North who stopped working and received disability benefits during this time period were between the ages of 50 and 55. It is estimated that the fraudulently obtained RRB payments to LIRR retirees could exceed $1 billion.

The Disability Doctors

As alleged in the Complaint, three New York-area doctors accounted for 86 percent of the LIRR disability applications filed prior to 2008: PETER J. AJEMIAN, PETER LESNIEWSKI and a third unnamed doctor (“Disability Doctor-3”), who is recently deceased. AJEMIAN is a Board-certified orthopedist and recommended at least 839 LIRR employees for disability between 1998 through 2008. LESNIEWSKI is also a Board-certified orthopedist and recommended at least 222 LIRR workers for disability benefits between 1998 and 2008.

AJEMIAN, with the assistance of his office manager, MARIA RUSIN, and LESNIEWSKI used their respective medical practices as “disability mills,” preparing fraudulent medical narratives for LIRR retirees well before the employees’ planned retirement dates so that the narratives could be submitted to the RRB upon retirement. These medical narratives were fabricated or grossly exaggerated to recommend a set of restrictions that, if bona fide, would have rendered it impossible for the LIRR employees to continue in their occupations. Many of the purportedly “objective” findings from the tests they conducted showed nothing more than normal degenerative changes one would expect to see in patients within the relevant age bracket.

For example, in a conversation between AJEMIAN and a colleague, (“Medical Worker-1”) that was consensually recorded, AJEMIAN stated in 2008 that he knew patients came to his office with the “expectation…[that] they’re gonna end up with a narrative suggesting disability,” and that he thought he had recommended disability “one hundred percent” of the time. In a statement written and signed by LESNIEWSKI after an October 2008 interview conducted by law enforcement agents, LESNIEWSKI admitted to preparing false disability narratives.

AJEMIAN and LESNIEWSKI received approximately $800 to $1,200, often in cash, for these fraudulent assessments and narratives, as well as millions of dollars in health insurance payments for unnecessary medical treatments and fees for preparing fraudulent medical support for the claimed disabilities. Of approximately 453 LIRR annuitants studied, AJEMIAN received approximately $2.5 million in related payments from patients and insurance companies. In turn, those patients have already received over $90 million in RRB disability benefit payments and are slated to receive more than $210 million in total. From a sampling of 134 LIRR annuitants, LESNIEWSKI received approximately $750,000 in related payments from patients and insurance companies. In turn, those patients have already received over $31 million in RRB disability benefit payments and are slated to receive more than $64 million in total.

The Facilitators

To further increase one’s chances of receiving disability from the RRB, LIRR employees utilized the services of “facilitators.” Facilitators referred LIRR workers to the disability doctors, filled out the applications on behalf of their LIRR clients, and assisted and coached their clients to fill out their disability applications in such a way as to maximize the likelihood that they would receive disability benefits.

Two facilitators charged today are MARIE BARAN and JOSEPH RUTIGLIANO. Before working as a facilitator, BARAN served as an RRB district office manager in Westbury, New York, until her retirement in December 2006. BARAN’s husband, an LIRR retiree, receives RRB disability benefits based on a medical assessment done by LESNIEWSKI.

In a September 2008 interview with BARAN that was conducted by a law enforcement agent, she said, “you are never going to figure it [this scheme] out honey.” She also said it was not her fault the disability system was “broken,” and she would simply tell her patients to, “go ahead, give it a shot at the O/D [occupational disability].”

RUTIGLIANO is a former LIRR conductor and union president who applied for and received an RRB occupational disability after his retirement in 1999. In the year prior to retiring, he worked well over 500 hours overtime, took no sick leave whatsoever, and then applied for a disability with a narrative prepared by LESNIEWSKI. The narrative stated that RUTIGLIANO fractured his spine in 1988 and that his back pain was getting worse over the years, but LESNIEWSKI offered no explanation for why this 10-year-old injury did not interfere with RUTIGLIANO’s overtime collection or failure to require any sick days. Moreover, golf course records and law enforcement surveillance performed in July 2008 indicate that RUTIGLIANO played golf at one particular course about two times per month in 2008.

The LIRR Retirees

Hundreds of the disability doctors’ patients, including JOSEPH RUTIGLIANO, GREGORY NOONE, REGINA WALSH, SHARON FALLOON, GARY SATIN, STEVEN GAGLIANO and RICHARD EHRLINGER, lied to the RRB about their ability to work in order to get disability payments.

NOONE annually receives at least $105,000 in combined pension and disability payments, based on a disability he planned months in advance of its claimed onset. In his disability application, NOONE claimed that he suffered severe pain when gripping and using simple hand tools and pain in his knees, shoulder, and back from bending or crouching. In AJEMIAN’s medical assessment, he claimed that NOONE’s condition warranted restrictions on bending, stooping, and reaching overhead. Nevertheless, NOONE regularly plays tennis several times per week, and in a nine-month period in 2008, NOONE signed in to play golf at a particular course on 140 days.

WALSH, who worked as director of employee services at the LIRR, annually receives at least $108,000 in combined pension and disability payments, based on a disability she planned months in advance of its claimed onset. In her disability application, WALSH claimed that sitting at a desk and using a computer caused her considerable neck, shoulder, and hand pain, and that she experienced leg pains when standing more than five minutes or when sitting more than 15 minutes. Nevertheless, WALSH has been surveilled shoveling heavy snow for over an hour and walking with a baby stroller for approximately 40 minutes.

FALLOON, an LIRR human resources manager, annually receives at least $90,349 in combined pension and disability payments, based on her claims that activities such as walking and standing cause her “disabling pain” and stairs are “very difficult” for her. Nevertheless, in January 2011, FALLOON was surveilled vigorously exercising at a gym, including approximately 45 minutes in a step aerobics class. Law enforcement recorded her continuously exercising at the gym for more than two hours, at which point the video concluded because the tape ran out, although FALLOON continued her workout.

SATIN annually receives at least $69,559 in combined pension and disability payments, based on a disability he planned at least one year before its claimed onset. In his disability application, SATIN claimed that his condition rendered indoor and outdoor chores “difficult,” and AJEMIAN claimed that SATIN “cannot continue working.” Nevertheless, SATIN admitted to law enforcement agents that he was still capable of performing his railroad work. In addition, SATIN has performed landscaping, contracting, and electrical work for pay since retiring from the LIRR due to a purported disability.

EHRLINGER annually receives at least $56,959 in combined pension and disability benefits, based on a disability he planned at least one year before its claimed onset. In his disability application, EHRLINGER claimed that his condition included knee pain that caused him problems walking and getting on and off trains. Nevertheless, EHRLINGER runs a party rental business and has been surveilled personally loading and unloading stacks of chairs and tables.

GAGLIANO annually receives at least $76,810 in combined pension and disability payments, for a purported disability that he claimed rendered him unable to “do any of the physical labor required in his job as a signalman” because of “severe and disabling pain in back, shoulder & legs,” and that LESNIEWSKI claimed rendered GAGLIANO occupationally disabled. Nevertheless, in 2009, GAGLIANO participated in a 400-mile bike tour in northern New York.

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AJEMIAN, RUSIN, BARAN, RUTIGLIANO, NOONE, WALSH, FALLOON, GAGLIANO and EHRLINGER were taken into custody this morning and are expected to be presented in Manhattan federal court later this afternoon. SATIN was taken into custody in North Carolina and will be presented in federal court in Charlotte later today. LESNIEWSKI is expected to voluntarily surrender to authorities in the Southern District of New York tomorrow. All 11 defendants are charged with conspiracy to commit health care fraud and mail fraud, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. Attached is a chart reflecting the age and place of residence for each of the charged defendants.

Manhattan U.S. Attorney BHARARA praised the RRB-OIG, the FBI, and the MTA-OIG for their outstanding work in the investigation, which he noted is ongoing. He also acknowledged the previous investigation conducted by the New York State Attorney General’s Office into these pension fraud issues.

The Office’s Complex Frauds Unit is handling the case. Assistant U.S. Attorneys JUSTIN S. WEDDLE, E. DANYA PERRY and WILLIAM J. HARRINGTON are in charge of the prosecution.

The charge contained in the Complaint is merely an accusation and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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FBI-Web of Victims A Chilling Case of ‘Sextortion’

Shadow of a hand on a keyboard

The hacker knew every move the unsuspecting victim made. He controlled her computer webcam and microphone. He could see her in her bedroom, hear her conversations, knew every keystroke she made online. And he threatened to expose her secrets unless she bowed to his demands.

It may sound like the plot for a scary teen movie, but it actually happened, and there wasn’t just one victim—there were more than 200, and dozens of them were adolescent girls.

Don’t Let It Happen to YouHere are a few precautions that can keep you from being victimized by a social engineering attack:

– Don’t take for granted that your computer’s anti-virus software is a guarantee against intrusions.
– Turn off your computer when you aren’t using it. (The majority of computers involved in the sextortion case were laptops; many of the victims chatted on social networks so much that they never turned off their machines.)
– Cover your webcam when not in use.
– Don’t open attachments without independently verifying that they were sent from someone you know.
– It’s okay to be suspicious. If you receive a message with an attachment from your mother at 3 a.m., maybe the message is not really from your mother. “Most people are too trusting when it comes to their computers,” Agent Kirkpatrick said.
– If your computer has been compromised and you are receiving extortion threats, don’t be afraid to talk to your parents or to call law enforcement.

Unlike many computer intrusions, where a hacker uses malicious software to steal identities or financial information, this case was primarily about spying and extortion—or as our Los Angeles cyber squad more aptly termed it, “sextortion.”

The hacker, a 31-year-old California man who was arrested in June after a two-year investigation, used malicious code to infect and control the computers of his victims. Then he searched for explicit pictures from their computers, downloaded them, and used the images in an attempt to extort more pictures and videos from them.

“What’s so frightening about this case was how easily the victims’ computers were compromised,” said Special Agent Jeff Kirkpatrick, one of our Los Angeles cyber investigators who worked the case.

After the hacker infected one computer, he used a popular social networking site—and a technique called “spear phishing”—to spread the virus. “It was a social engineering attack,” said Special Agent Tanith Rogers, co-investigator on the case. “The victims were tricked. They had no idea what had happened until it was too late.”

In several instances, the hacker posed online as a young woman’s friend or sister and sent messages with attachments asking if the victim wanted to see a scary video. Because the messages appeared to be from a trusted source, the victims usually didn’t think twice about opening the attachment. When they did, the virus secretly installed itself, and the hacker had total control over their computers—including all files and folders, webcams, and microphones.

Using similar spear phishing methods—posing as a friend or a trusted source—the hacker spread the virus through the social network like wildfire. In all, there were 230 victims and more than 100 computers impacted.

“And this guy was no computer genius,” Agent Kirkpatrick said. “Anybody could do what he did just by watching an online video and following the directions.”

Have Information on the Case?
The hacker in the sextortion case used a variety of screen names and e-mail addresses, which are listed below. If you have information regarding the case—there may be other victims—please contact your nearest FBI office or submit a tip online.
Screen names:

  • gui_blt
  • Woods05
  • CoFfEkId014
  • ELEvatrHZrD03
  • Pimpcess03666
  • Your3name3here03
  • Bri23nice
  • Dmagecntr137
  • H2IOW14
  • ELEvATrhRZd03
  • Playgrl37
  • Your3name3here3
  • goldlion14
  • Hotchit13w
E-mail address:

  • yousoylammer@hotmail.com
  • christ@yahoo.com
  • gui_blt@live.com
  • mistahxxxrightme@aim.com
  • zapotin@hotmail.com
  • guich_x@aim.com
  • guicho_1.1@roadrunner.com
  • mijangos3@msn.com

Victims—particularly teenage girls—were understandably devastated when they learned their privacy had been so completely violated. Many were afraid to tell their parents about the situation.

“He was smart,” Agent Rogers said of the hacker. “He used their fear to try to control them.”

For example, the hacker attached a pornographic picture of one victim in an e-mail and demanded sexually explicit video of her in return for not telling her parents about the pictures he had downloaded from her computer.

“If he hadn’t attempted to contact the victims,” Agent Rogers said, “he could have done this forever and gone undetected—the victims would never have known he was listening and watching. That,” she added, “is one of the most disturbing things about this case.”

Smishing and Vishing And Other Cyber Scams to Watch Out for This Holiday

Credit Card

You receive a text message or an automated phone call on your cell phone saying there’s a problem with your bank account. You’re given a phone number to call or a website to log into and asked to provide personal identifiable information—like a bank account number, PIN, or credit card number—to fix the problem.

But beware:  It could be a “smishing” or “vishing” scam…and criminals on the other end of the phone or website could be attempting to collect your personal information in order to help themselves to your money. While most cyber scams target your computer, smishing and vishing scams target your mobile phone, and they’re becoming a growing threat as a growing number of Americans own mobile phones. (Vishing scams also target land-line phones.)

“Smishing”—a combination of SMS texting and phishing—and “Vishing”—voice and phishing—are two of the scams the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is warning consumers about as we head into the holiday shopping season. These scams are also a reminder that cyber crimes aren’t just for computers anymore.

IC3 Tips to Protect Yourself
From Cyber Scams
– Don’t respond to text messages or automated voice messages from unknown or blocked numbers on your mobile phone.

– Treat your mobile phone like you would your computer…don’t download anything unless you trust the source.

– When buying online, use a legitimate payment service and always use a credit card because charges can be disputed if you don’t receive what you ordered or find unauthorized charges on your card.

– Check each seller’s rating and feedback along with the dates the feedback was posted. Be wary of a seller with a 100 percent positive feedback score, with a low number of feedback postings, or with all feedback posted around the same date.

– Don’t respond to unsolicited e-mails (or texts or phone calls, for that matter) requesting personal information, and never click on links or attachments contained within unsolicited e-mails. If you want to go to a merchant’s website, type their URL directly into your browser’s address bar.

Here’s how smishing and vishing scams work:  criminals set up an automated dialing system to text or call people in a particular region or area code (or sometimes they use stolen customer phone numbers from banks or credit unions). The victims receive messages like: “There’s a problem with your account,” or “Your ATM card needs to be reactivated,” and are directed to a phone number or website asking for personal information. Armed with that information, criminals can steal from victims’ bank accounts, charge purchases on their charge cards, create a phony ATM card, etc.

Sometimes, if a victim logs onto one of the phony websites with a smartphone, they could also end up downloading malicious software that could give criminals access to anything on the phone. With the growth of mobile banking and the ability to conduct financial transactions online, smishing and vishing attacks may become even more attractive and lucrative for cyber criminals.

Here are a couple of recent smishing case examples:

  • Account holders at one particular credit union, after receiving a text about an account problem, called the phone number in the text, gave out their personal information, and had money withdrawn from their bank accounts within 10 minutes of their calls.
  • Customers at a bank received a text saying they needed to reactivate their ATM card. Some called the phone number in the text and were prompted to provide their ATM card number, PIN, and expiration date. Thousands of fraudulent withdrawals followed.

Other holiday cyber scams to watch out for, according to IC3, include:

  • Phishing schemes using e-mails that direct victims to spoofed merchant websites misleading them into providing personal information.
  • Online auction and classified ad fraud, where Internet criminals post products they don’t have but charge the consumer’s credit card anyway and pocket the money.
  • Delivery fraud, where online criminals posing as legitimate delivery services offer reduced or free shipping labels for a fee. When the customer tries to ship a package using a phony label, the legitimate delivery service flags it and requests payment from the customer.

CYBERCRIME-FBI Seizes Servers to Stop Cyber Fraud-Botnet Operation Disabled

Linked computers
Botnets are networks of virus-infected computers controlled remotely by an attacker. The Coreflood virus is a key-logging program that allows cyber thieves to steal personal and financial information by recording unsuspecting users’ every keystroke.

Botnet Operation Disabled
FBI Seizes Servers to Stop Cyber Fraud

04/14/11

In an unprecedented move in the fight against cyber crime, the FBI has disrupted an international cyber fraud operation by seizing the servers that had infected as many as two million computers with malicious software.

Botnets are networks of virus-infected computers controlled remotely by an attacker. They can be used to steal funds, hijack identities, and commit other crimes. The botnet in this case involves the potent Coreflood virus, a key-logging program that allows cyber thieves to steal personal and financial information by recording unsuspecting users’ every keystroke.

Woman typing on laptop

The Coreflood Virus

The Coreflood virus infects only Microsoft Windows-based computers. Generally, most users will not be able to tell if their computers are infected. It is therefore important to take the following steps:

– Make sure your Microsoft Windows Automatic Updates are turned on;

– Run anti-virus programs and ensure that theyare up to date;

– Run a security firewall on your computer; and

– Check your online banking and credit history to make sure you have not been compromised. If you have been compromised, contact your financial institution.

To learn more about what you can do to protect your computer, including how to download and receive updates on security vulnerabilities, go to the following sites operated by U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) and the Federal Trade Commission, respectively: us-cert.gov/nav/nt01 and onguardonline.gov/topics/malware.aspx.

Once a computer or network of computers is infected by Coreflood—infection may occur when users open a malicious e-mail attachment—thieves control the malware through remote servers. The Department of Justice yesterday received search warrants to effectively disable the Coreflood botnet by seizing the five U.S. servers used by the hackers.

“Botnets and the cyber criminals who deploy them jeopardize the economic security of the United States and the dependability of the nation’s information infrastructure,” said Shawn Henry, executive assistant director of the FBI’s Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch. “These actions to mitigate the threat posed by the Coreflood botnet are the first of their kind in the United States,” Henry noted, “and reflect our commitment to being creative and proactive in making the Internet more secure.”

Now that we have interrupted the operation of the botnet servers, our cyber specialists can prevent Coreflood from sending stolen financial information to the cyber thieves. But victims’ computers still remain infected. That’s why we have been working closely with our private-sector partners.

Anti-virus companies are developing updated signatures to detect and remove Coreflood. To disinfect Microsoft Windows-based systems—and to keep them virus free—users are encouraged to run anti-virus software and to keep their Microsoft Windows Updates current (see sidebar).

Victimized computers that have not been disinfected using anti-virus software updates will continue to attempt to contact the Coreflood botnet servers. When this happens, we will respond by issuing a temporary stop command to the virus and then alert that user’s Internet service provider (ISP), who will inform the customer that their computer is still infected. At no time will we be collecting any personal data from victim computers.

“For most infected users who are conscientious about keeping their anti-virus programs up to date, the process of disinfection will be as invisible as the Coreflood infection was itself,” said one of our cyber agents. Still, there is a process in place with ISPs to make sure notification occurs if necessary.

We began our Coreflood investigation in April 2009 when a Connecticut-based company realized that hundreds of computers on its networks had been infected. Before we shut down the Coreflood operation, cyber thieves made numerous fraudulent wire transfers, costing companies hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Yesterday, a civil complaint was filed in Connecticut against 13 “John Doe” defendants, alleging that they engaged in wire fraud, bank fraud, and illegal interception of electronic communications. Search warrants were obtained for the command and control servers in Arizona, Georgia, Texas, Ohio, and California. And a seizure warrant was issued in Connecticut for 29 Internet domain names used by the thieves.

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FBI: ‘Scareware’ Distributors Targeted 12 Nations Coordinate Anti-Cyber Crime Effort

Anti-virus pop-up

‘Scareware’ Distributors Targeted
12 Nations Coordinate Anti-Cyber Crime Effort

06/22/11

One of the most widespread types of cyber scam being perpetrated against consumers these days involves “scareware”—those pop-up messages you see on your computer saying you’ve got a virus and all you have to do to get rid of it is buy the antivirus software being advertised.

And if you don’t buy it? The pop-ups continue unabated, and in some instances, the scareware renders all of the information on your computer inaccessible.

Computer monitorWhat is Scareware?

Scareware is malicious software that poses as legitimate computer security software and claims to detect a variety of threats on the affected computer that do not actually exist. Users are then informed they must purchase the scareware in order to repair their computers and are barraged with aggressive and disruptive notifications until they supply their credit card number and pay up to $129 for the worthless scareware product.

But today, the Department of Justice and the FBI announced “Operation Trident Tribunal,” a coordinated, international law enforcement action that disrupted the activities of two international cyber crime rings involved in the sale of scareware. The groups are believed responsible for victimizing more than one million computer users and causing more than $74 million in total losses.

Scam #1: The FBI’s Seattle office began looking into a scareware scam, later attributed to a group based in Kyiv, Ukraine, that ultimately claimed an estimated 960,000 victims who lost a total of $72 million. Investigators discovered a variety of ruses used to infect computers with scareware, including consumers being directed to webpages featuring fake computer scans that instead downloaded malicious software. The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) deployed more than 100 officers as it orchestrated this phase of the operation in conjunction with the German BKA, Latvian State Police, and Cyprus National Police. Results included the execution of numerous search warrants, subject interviews, and seized bank accounts and a server.

Scam #2: The FBI’s Minneapolis office initiated an investigation into an international criminal group using online advertising to spread its scareware product, a tactic known as “malvertising.” According to a U.S. federal indictment unsealed today, two individuals in Latvia were charged with creating a phony advertising agency and claiming to represent a hotel chain that wanted to purchase online advertising space on a Minneapolis newspaper’s website. After the ad was verified by the paper and posted, the defendants changed the ad’s computer code so that visitors to the site became infected with a malicious software program that launched scareware on their computers. That scheme resulted in losses of about $2 million to its victims.The Latvian State Police led this phase of the operation, with the SBU and Cyprus National Police.

Highlights: – More than 1 million victims incurred over $74 million in actual losses;

– Two subjects arrested;

– More than 40 computers, servers, and bank accounts seized;

– 12 countries participating, including United States, Ukraine, Latvia, Germany, Netherlands, Cyprus, France, Sweden, Lithuania, Romania, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

In a true reflection of the international nature of cyber crime, “Trident Tribunal” was the result of significant cooperation among 12 nations: Ukraine, Latvia, Germany, Netherlands, Cyprus, France, Lithuania, Romania, Canada, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the U.S. So far, the case has resulted in two arrests abroad, along with the seizure of more than 40 computers, servers, and bank accounts. Because of the magnitude of the schemes, law enforcement agencies here and abroad are continuing their investigative efforts.

How to spot scareware on your own computer:

  • Scareware pop-ups may look like actual warnings from your system, but upon closer inspection, some elements aren’t fully functional. For instance, to appear authentic, you may see a list of reputable icons—like software companies or security publications—but you can’t click through to go to those actual sites.
  • Scareware pop-ups are hard to close, even after clicking on the “Close” or “X” button.
  • Fake antivirus products are designed to appear legitimate, with names such as Virus Shield, Antivirus, or VirusRemover.

And to avoid being victimized, make sure your computer is using legitimate, up-to-date antivirus software, which can help detect and remove fraudulent scareware products.

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