Study – Open Source Center Chinese Premier Promotes Cyberspace Agenda

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Authoritative PRC media reports of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao’s live online appearances illustrate authorities’ expanding use of the Internet to set and control policy discourse in Chinese-language virtual space. They also suggest ongoing efforts to manage leaders’ images and portray them as accessible and soliciting online public opinion. While some apparent missteps suggest a cautious, evolving approach to interactive Internet media in relation to top leaders, reported leadership statements indicate sustained attention to the goal of incorporating new technologies into the propaganda system.

Recent online appearances by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on authoritative PRC media platforms indicate that Beijing continues to expand its use of Internet media to broadcast unique programs communicating the government’s view and signaling its policy preferences as part of its overall media strategy.

  • On Saturday 27 February, in the run-up to the annual meeting of China’s National People’s Congress (NPC), Wen appeared in a live “web chat” — his second — jointly hosted by Xinhua Wang, the internet portal of PRC official news agency Xinhua, and by Zhongguo Zhengfu Wang (www.gov.cn), the PRC central government website. The two sites also posted feature pages with reports, video, and transcripts of the chat. Xinhua billed the event in advance as Wen’s “annual dialogue with netizens” (27 December 2009).
  • Wen’s 27 February 2010 online appearance followed his first live “web chat” (zaixian fangtan), held by Zhongguo Zhengfu Wang on 28 February 2009. Xinhua later described that chat as the first of the “top ten events” of 2009 (29 December 2009).
  • On 27 December 2009, Xinhua Wang broadcast an exclusive online interview of Wen held inside the Zhongnanhai central leadership compound, in which — like the web chats — Wen presented the Chinese leadership’s views by “answering netizens’ questions.”

Suggesting an attempt to portray Wen as accessible and soliciting public opinion, in his live online appearances Wen answered selected questions ostensibly submitted by Internet users. Reports portrayed the live online events as direct and sincere communication between Wen and the public as represented by Internet users, who are sometimes referred to in PRC media as “netizens” (wang min) or “net friends” (wang you).

  • The moderator of Wen’s 27 February web chat claimed to have selected questions from among 190,000 submitted online by Internet users and 70,000 submitted via cell phone instant message (SMS) by users of the joint Xinhua Wang — China Mobile online newspaper, according to the chat transcript (Xinhua Wang). The moderator described “net friends” worldwide as “eagerly looking forward” to “meeting” Wen based on the “deep, positive impression” created by the 2009 web chat, in which Wen was said to  have answered Internet users’ questions in a “frank and honest way.”
  • Wen and the moderator worked to create personal emotional appeal throughout the chat, starting with the language of Wen’s opening remarks emphasizing his sense of duty to “the people” and his desire to have a sincere “heart-to-heart” exchange (Xinhua Wang). Wen claimed that he “follows the various issues raised by netizens on the Internet very closely.”
  • Similarly, a Xinhua report on the February 2009 web chat quoted Wen as saying that the government needs to solicit “questions about governance from the people” (28 February 2009).
  • Jiefangjun Bao Online, website of the daily newspaper of the Central Military Commission, touted “zero distance” between netizens and the PRC leadership and described Wen as a “super net friend” in a report on the 2009 web chat (10 March 2009).

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FBI – Former Chief Executive Officer of Construction Supply Company Convicted in Bank Fraud Scheme

BROOKLYN, NY—Following three weeks of trial, a federal jury in Brooklyn today returned guilty verdicts against Courtney Dupree, the former chief executive officer at GDC Acquisitions, on charges of bank fraud, false statements, and conspiracy to commit bank fraud. These charges arose out of the defendant’s scheme to defraud Amalgamated Bank, GDC’s asset-based lender, of $21 million in fraudulent loans. When sentenced by U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto, the defendant faces a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison on the most serious charge. The jury also acquitted Thomas Foley, GDC’s former chief operating officer.

The verdicts were announced by Loretta E. Lynch, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York.

GDC, based in Long Island City, Queens, is a holding company that owns various subsidiaries, including JDC Lighting, a lighting distributor; Unalite Electric and Lighting, a lighting maintenance company; and Hudson Bay Environments Group, a furniture distributor. The evidence included the testimony of GDC’s former chief financial officer and two GDC accountants, all three of whom had previously pleaded guilty to fraud charges arising from the scheme. At trial, the government proved Dupree and others gave Amalgamated Bank false financial information for GDC in which they had fraudulently inflated the company’s accounts receivables in order to obtain initially, and then maintain, credit lines totaling approximately $21 million. For example, the defendant represented to Amalgamated Bank in writing in November 2009 that GDC had $25.2 million in accounts receivables when, in fact, it had only $9 million. The evidence proved that the conspirators inflated the accounts receivables by a variety of means, including by recording fake sales that had never taken place in the corporate books. According to the trial testimony, the scheme unraveled when one of the accountants turned himself into the FBI and cooperated in the government’s investigation in an undercover capacity for approximately two months.

“The defendant Courtney Dupree defrauded an FDIC insured bank out of millions of dollars by lying about his company’s financial condition,” stated U.S. Attorney Lynch. “Executives who abuse positions of influence and trust should expect to be investigated and prosecuted to the full extent of the law.”

U.S. Attorney Lynch extended her grateful appreciation to the FBI and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, the agencies responsible for leading the government’s criminal investigation.

The government’s case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys David C. Woll and Michael L. Yaeger, and Special Assistant U.S. Attorney Brian Morris.

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. For more information about the task force, visit http://www.stopfraud.gov.

FRAUD – Confidential People’s Bank of China Report on Billions in Theft by Government Officials

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China’s rulers say corrupt cadres are the nation’s worst enemy. Now, according to a report that was given widespread coverage this week in local media, Beijing says that enemy resides overseas, particularly in the U.S.

The 67-page report from China’s central bank looks at where corrupt officials go and how they get their money out. A favored method is to squirrel cash away with the help of loved ones emigrating abroad, schemes that often depend on fake documents.

News of the study got prominent notice this week in Chinese media. A sample headline from page one of the Shanghai Daily on Thursday: “Destination America For China’s Corrupt Officials.”

The reports said the study was posted to the website of China’s central bank. While the document remains widely available in Chinese cyberspace, the report – dated June 2008 and identified as “confidential” – no longer appears on the People’s Bank of China website.

The central bank didn’t respond to requests for comment.

Though the report reads like an academic study, it doesn’t cite a clear conclusion.

Instead, it is broken into two main sections, the first starting with estimates that up to 18,000 corrupt officials and employees of state-owned enterprises have fled abroad or gone into hiding since the mid-1990s. They are suspected of pilfering coffers to the tune of 800 billion yuan, or $123 billion — a sum that works out to 2% of last year’s gross domestic product.

Destination America for China’s corrupt officials:

America is the destination most favored by high-ranking corrupt Chinese officials fleeing the country with large sums of money, according to a report by China’s central bank.

Other popular destinations include Australia and the Netherlands.

Those unable to get visas for Western countries opt for temporary stays in small countries in Africa, Latin America and eastern Europe while they wait for a chance to move to more developed countries, the People’s Bank of China report said.

Low-ranking officials usually escape to neighboring countries such as Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Mongolia and Russia, it said.

The report cited research by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences which revealed that about 16,000 to 18,000 government employees, police officers, judicial officers, senior managers of government institutions and state-owned companies, as well as employees of Chinese organizations in foreign countries, had escaped abroad or gone missing since the middle of the 1990s.

The money they carried with them is said to add up to 800 billion yuan (US$123 billion).

SECRET – U.S. Pacific Command China Pandemic Influenza Readiness Review

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The United States (U.S.) Pacific Command (PACOM) and the Hawaii National Guard (HING) have entered into an Inter-Service Support Agreement (ISSA) to execute two (2) USPACOM J07, Command Surgeon, Pandemic Influenza (PI) led activities in support of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID): A Comprehensive Nation Review/Disparity Analysis and a PI Healthcare System Surge Demand and Intervention Workshop. These USAID approved and resourced training and education activities support military-to-military engagement for a World Health Organization (WHO) PI Phase 6 event in six (6) USAID focus countries; a WHO PI Phase 6 event is defined as sustained human-to-human transmission in at least two (2) WHO regions with at least two (2) countries involved in one of the regions. The six (6) USAID focus countries for this project are Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Nepal, and Vietnam. This report will focus specifically on China.

The People’s Republic of China is one of the global leaders in vaccine research and production, and an active participant in international PI initiatives, but despite steps to improve influenza surveillance and ministerial coordination, major challenges remain to Chinese PI response preparedness. Substantial global concern has emerged in recent years regarding China’s ability to effectively monitor, prevent, and contain infectious disease threats within its borders. Factors including potential Avian Influenza (AI) outbreaks in poultry, China’s immense size and population, a largely underdeveloped health care infrastructure, and a sizable poultry industry all contribute to make China a global PI hotspot and an important area of focus for the potential emergence of human influenza pandemics that threaten the rest of the world.

A PI Review Team from PACOM will use the results of this report as a starting point to complete an in-country review of China’s military capabilities (People’s Liberation Army) to prepare for and respond to this threat. The team will use an interactive Review Tool, standardized and scalable to the needs of China, to aid the team members in identifying capability disparities. Analysis of the information collected in this Review Report and through the use of the Review Tool will provide PACOM and USAID with the data needed to develop a three (3) to five (5) year strategic plan for future PI preparedness efforts in China.

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CONFIDENTIAL – The Majority of U.S. Foreign Aid is Now Military Aid

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A new bill approved by Congress last week would again make the Defense Department the premier funder of security assistance to foreign countries, giving it more than double the comparable budget of the agency popularly associated with America’s foreign aid, the State Department.

The $17 billion Pentagon aid budget for the 2012 fiscal year is the second in a row to exceed the State Department’s by $10 billion, a disparity that has begun to provoke debate among foreign policy experts in Washington. Seven years ago, circumstances were reversed, with the State Department spending triple the amount the Pentagon spent on such aid.

Some foreign aid experts have complained that, as a result of the shifting responsibilities, U.S. aid priorities have shifted from trying to establish good governance to supporting stronger foreign military partners.

Defense-funded security assistance programs, like those funded directly by the State Department, include military and police training, counter-drug assistance, counterterrorism activities, and infrastructure projects. These programs, detailed in the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, have been steadily expanding, according to a March 2011 report by the Stimson Center, a nonprofit research group in Washington.

The expansion has largely come at the expense of the authority of the State Department, which was long chiefly responsible for the planning, budgeting and oversight of security assistance – including military training – with the Department of Defense responsible for implementation. After 9/11, the Pentagon has assumed more authority in foreign aid budgeting and planning.

The Pentagon has argued that supporting foreign forces reduces the chance that U.S. troops will be deployed overseas. The Pentagon has also long complained that State Department-run aid programs are too slow and inflexible. Its combatant commanders now frequently tap funds that can be distributed almost at will, known in aid parlance as “walking around money” and formally as the Combatant Commander Initiative Fund and the Commander Emergency Response Fund.

The 2012 budget bill authorizes spending of more than $415 million for these funds, or around $100 million less than in 2011.

NEO-STASI 2011 – WIE DIE NEO-STASI HEUTE AKTIV IST – 2011 – Retrospective-Retrospektive

Dear Readers,

the year 2011 has shown which  damage the “Nazi underground” and their terrorist cell could do.

Much more damage, much meaner and more dangerous is going on with the Neo-Stasi.

They have  a strong netwerk of politicians, lawyers, attorneys, bankers, media, hackers, SEO specialists, informers, experts and cyber-infiltration killers, but continues to be of professional killers.

Because these people were still not detected and punished.

They still use a lot of money missing from the DDR-money and their fellows even sit in the German parliament!

The peak of the iceberg is  “GoMoPa”.

They could even prevent an impeccable Berlin justice Senator by infiltrating the media before he could be dangerous for them.

2011 was the year of the unmasking of Neo- Stasi and their supporters in the media and the judiciary by our strength and dedication.

Sincerely yours,

Bernd Pulch, Master of Arts in Journalism, Germanic and Comparative Literature

Liebe Leser,

das Jahr 2011 hat gezeigt, welche Schäden der “Nationalsozialistische Untergrund” und deren Terror-Zelle angerichtet hat.

Viel mehr Schäden, viel gefährlicher und viel gemeiner geht die Neo-Stasi vor.

Sie verfügt über ein starkes Netwerk von Politkern, Anwälten, Bankiers, Medien, Hackern, SEO-Spezialisten, Unterwanderungsexperten und Cyber-Killern, aber auch weiterhin von professionellen Mördern.

Denn diese Leute wurden bis heute nicht enttarnt und bestraft. Gehen die etwa aufs Arbeitsamt oder schulen die sogar um ?

Wohl kaum, denn sie werden weiter gefragt, die alten Stasi-Seilschaften  funktionieren und viel Geld aus den verschwundenen DD-Geldern ist da  und die Genossen sitzen sogar im Bundestag  !

Die Spitze des Eisberg ist die enttarnte Stasi-Seilschaft “GoMOPa”.

Sie konnten sogar einen untadeligen Berliner Justiz-Senator durch willfährige Medien verhindern bevor er ihnen gefährlich werden konnte.

2011 war auch das Jahr der Enttarnung dieser Stasi-Bande ud ihrer Helfer in den Medien und in der Justiz.

Herzlichst Ihr

Brnd Pulch, Magister Artium der Publizistik, Germanistik und Komparatistik

CONFIDENTIAL -STRATFOR Hacked Update

30 December 2011. A writes that five Pastebin posts of recovered STRATFOR passwords have been removed as indicated below. In addition, four files from sources have been removed from Rapid Share (1) and Wikisend (3).

29 December 2011.

Lulzxmas Dumps 860,000 STRATFOR Accounts:

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http://www.megaupload.com/?d=O5P03RXK

28 December 2011.

Prepping for the Stratfor 5M Email Release

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http://piratenpad.de/Stratfor

27 December 2011.

http://pastebin.com/78MUAaeZ [Now removed]

These are 28517 of 53281 (54%) passwords from the list of STRATFOR customer accounts cracked.

Part 1/3: http://pastebin.com/CdD92fJG [Now removed]

Part 2/3: http://pastebin.com/AcwQgHmF [Now removed]

Part 3/3: http://pastebin.com/78MUAaeZ [Now removed]

26 December 2011. Firms and personal first names beginning with “D” through “My” (~ 30,000).

http://pastebin.com/q5kXd7Fd

https://rapidshare.com/#!download|44tl6|2444489251|STRATFOR_full_d_m.txt.gz|3255|
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And 25,000 IT work tickets:

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26 December 2011. Sample Stratfor.com email:

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“just a small preview of the mayhem to come. 1 out of 2.7 million”

26 December 2011. STRATFOR leaked accounts (10257 passwords recovered)

http://pastebin.com/CdD92fJG [Now removed]

25 December 2011. Firms and personal miscellaneous names not in alphabetical order (~13,000):

http://pastebin.com/8v3768Bw [Now removed]

http://wikisend.com/download/132838/stratfor_full_misc.txt.gz [Now removed]

25 December 2011. Firms and personal first names beginning with “B-By” through “C-Cz” (~4,000) :

http://pastebin.com/bUqkb9mq

http://wikisend.com/download/597646/stratfor_full_b.txt.gz [Now removed]

25 December 2011. Firms and personal first names beginning with “A” through “Az” (~ 4,000).

http://pastebin.com/bQ2YHDdw

http://wikisend.com/download/601776/stratfor_full_a.txt.gz [Now removed]

25 December 2011. A message allegedly to subscribers from George Friedman, Stratfor, was posted to Facebook and Pastebin (below).

25 December 2011. A paste today denying Anonymous role:

http://pastebin.com/8yrwyNkt

And, Stratfor’s A client list of passwords:

http://pastebin.com/5H33nPEK

24 December 2011

STRATFOR Hacked

Related:

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A sends:

Subject: Important Announcement from STRATFOR
Date: Sat, 24 Dec 2011 19:49:58 -0500
From: STRATFOR <mail[at]response.stratfor.com>

Dear Stratfor Member,

We have learned that Stratfor’s web site was hacked by an unauthorized party. As a result of this incident the operation of Stratfor’s servers and email have been suspended.

We have reason to believe that the names of our corporate subscribers have been posed [sic] on other web sites. We are diligently investigating the extent to which subscriber information may have been obtained.

Stratfor and I take this incident very seriously. Stratfor’s relationship with its members and, in particular, the confidentiality of their subscriber information, are very important to Stratfor and me. We are working closely with law enforcement in their investigation and will assist them with the identification of the individual(s) who are responsible.

Although we are still learning more and the law enforcement investigation is active and ongoing, we wanted to provide you with notice of this incident as quickly as possible. We will keep you updated regarding these matters.

Sincerely,

George Friedman

STRATFOR
221 W. 6th Street, Suite 400
Austin, TX 78701 US
http://www.stratfor.com

http://www.facebook.com/stratfor

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Dec 25th, 2011

On December 24th an unauthorized party disclosed personally identifiable information and related credit card data of some of our members. We have reason to believe that your personal and credit card data could have been included in the information that was illegally obtained and disclosed.

Also publicly released was a list of our members which the unauthorized party claimed to be Stratfor’s “private clients.” Contrary to this assertion the disclosure was merely a list of some of the members that have purchased our publications and does not comprise a list of individuals or entities that have a relationship with Stratfor beyond their purchase of our subscription-based publications.

We have also retained the services of a leading identity theft protection and monitoring service on behalf of the Stratfor members that have been impacted by these events. Details regarding the services to be provided will be forwarded in a subsequent email that is to be delivered to the impacted members no later than Wednesday, December 28th.

In the interim, precautions that can be taken by you to minimize and prevent the misuse of information which may have been disclosed include the following:

– contact your financial institution and inform them of this incident;

– if you see any unauthorized activity on your accounts promptly notify your financial institution;

– submit a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) by calling 1-877-ID-THEFT (1-877- 438-4338) or online at https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/; and

– contact the three U.S. credit reporting agencies: Equifax (http://www.equifax.com/ or (800) 685-1111), Experian (http://www.experian.com/ or (888) 397-3742), and TransUnion (http://www.transunion.com/ or (800) 888-4213), to obtain a free credit report from each.

Even if you do not find any suspicious activity on your initial credit reports, the FTC recommends that you check your credit reports periodically. Checking your credit reports can help you spot problems and address them quickly.

To ease any concerns you may have about your personal information going forward, we have also retained an experienced outside consultant that specializes in such security matters to bolster our existing efforts on these issues as we work to better serve you. We are on top of the situation and will continue to be vigilant in our implementation of the latest, and most comprehensive, data security measures.

We are also working to restore access to our website and continuing to work closely with law enforcement regarding these matters. We will continue to update you regarding the status of these matters.

Again, my sincerest apologies for this unfortunate incident.

Sincerely,

George Friedman

SECRET – (SBU) State Department Uganda Lord’s Resistance Army Disarmament Report to Congress

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The Lord’s Resistance Army Disarmament and Northern Uganda Recovery Act, Public Law 111-172, requires the Secretary of State to submit a report to Congress on implementation of the President’s strategy to support disarmament of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and assistance provided toward a lasting solution to the conflict in northern Uganda.

The United States has worked over the last year with our bilateral and multilateral partners to advance the President’s strategy. With our encouragement, the African Union (AU) and United Nations (UN) are working to enhance regional coordination toward addressing the LRA threat. We have also continued to support regional efforts to increase diplomatic and military pressure on the LRA. We have deployed U.S. military personnel to the region to serve as advisors to regional militaries pursuing the LRA. Meanwhile, we continue work with partners in the region to increase civilian protection, facilitate LRA defections, and address humanitarian needs, while also supporting the recovery of northern Uganda.

The United States remains committed to pursuing the multi-year, comprehensive strategy submitted to Congress last year. Any reduction in regional cooperation or military pressure could enable the LRA to regroup and rebuild its forces. However, the extent of U.S. efforts to implement the strategy remains a function of available and consistent resources. Given our budget constraints, we continue to encourage other members of the international community to join this effort and help fill funding gaps. We co-chair the International Working Group on the LRA, a mechanism established to enhance coordination among all donors.

Enhancing Regional Efforts to Apprehend LRA Top Commanders

Over the last year, the United States has worked with regional governments to enhance their military operations to apprehend or remove top LRA commanders from the battlefield. We continue to provide critical logistical support and nonlethal equipment to assist the Ugandan military’s counter-LRA operations. With our encouragement, the government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has deployed a U.S. trained and equipped battalion to participate in counter-LRA efforts in the LRA’s area of operations in the DRC. As the Central African Republic (CAR) and South Sudan increase their efforts to counter the LRA, we are engaging with and supporting their militaries. We have provided some equipment to the CAR forces deployed to the LRA-affected area.

Although regional militaries have reduced the LRA’s numbers to an estimated 200 core fighters and an unknown number of accompanying children and abductees, the LRA will remain a serious regional threat as long as Joseph Kony and the LRA’s top leaders remain in place. Over the last year, sustained military pressure has limited the LRA’s opportunities to regroup and rearm. Abductees and low-level fighters have continued to escape and reintegrate into their communities. Nonetheless, the LRA is still terrorizing communities and undermining regional security across a broad swath of central Africa. According to the UN, there have been over 250 attacks attributed to the LRA this year alone.

In line with the President’s strategy, we have reviewed how we can improve our support to the coalition of LRA-affected countries to increase the likelihood of successful operations to apprehend or remove LRA top commanders from the battlefield and bring them to justice. On October 14, the President reported to Congress that he had authorized a small number of U.S. forces to deploy to the LRA-affected region, in consultation with the regional governments, to act as advisors to the regional militaries that are pursuing the LRA. These advisors will enhance the capacity of regional militaries to coordinate and fuse intelligence with effective operational planning. The U.S. forces will not themselves engage directly against LRA forces unless necessary to defend themselves.

This is a short-term deployment with clear goals and objectives. We believe the U.S. advisors can address critical capabilities gaps to help the regional forces succeed. Additionally, our advisors are sensitive to civilian protection considerations and will work closely with our embassies to ensure they remain cognizant of local and regional political dynamics. The State Department has deployed a Civilian Response Corps officer to the region to work with the advisors in this regard. We will regularly review and assess whether the advisory effort is sufficiently enhancing the regional effort to justify continued deployment. Our embassies will also continue to consult with the regional governments and ensure their consent as we move forward. Continued deployment is conditional on regional governments’ sustained commitment and cooperation to bring an eventual end to the LRA threat.

Supporting Post-Conflict Recovery and Reconciliation in Northern Uganda Finally, the United States remains committed to supporting efforts to promote comprehensive reconstruction, transitional justice, and reconciliation in northern Uganda, where the LRA carried out its brutal campaign for nearly two decades. In Fiscal Year 2011, USAID provided approximately $102 million in assistance to northern Uganda, including:

• $2 million to assist internally-displaced persons (IDPs) and returnees to secure durable return solutions;
• $2.1 million to enhance accountability and administrative competence of local governance institutions, including the civilian police and judiciary;
• $4.2 million to help former LRA combatants with vocational education and employment opportunities; and
• $15 million to promote rural rehabilitation and food security.

Northern Uganda has undergone a visible transformation since the LRA’s departure from Uganda in 2005, especially in terms of infrastructure and social services. The population is able to move freely, stores are open, and fields are being cultivated. According to UNHCR, an estimated 95 percent of people once living in IDP camps have moved from camps to transit sites or returned home.

According to the Ugandan Bureau of Statistics, poverty in northern Uganda declined from 60.7 percent to 46.2 percent between 2005/6 and 2009/10, representing the largest decline in poverty of all regions in Uganda during that period. Yet, even with this impressive decline, the north remains the poorest region in the country. Furthermore, land issues, tensions between tribes and subtribes in the region, and widespread psycho-social trauma, among other issues, need to be addressed to ensure the sustainability of peace in northern Uganda.

From 2009 to 2011, the Government of Uganda (GoU) contributed approximately $ 110 million to its Peace, Recovery and Development Plan for Northern Uganda (PRDP). This is less than the government’s original pledge to provide 30 percent of the PRDP’s total budget, but GoU officials state that they will continue to earmark funds for northern Uganda’s recovery. During this period, non-USG donors have provided significant funding in support of the PRDP.

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MEDIA – White House Refuses to Inform Lawmakers About Drone Operations

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A Pakistani protester holds a burning US flag as they shout slogans during a protest in Multan on October 31, 2011 against the US drone attacks in the Pakistani tribal region. 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. Relations between Pakistan and the United States deteriorated after that, and again over accusations that Pakistani intelligence was involved with the Haqqani network, blamed for a siege last month of the US embassy in Kabul. AFP PHOTO / S.S. MIRZA

Tensions Rising Over Drone Secrecy:

Tensions are quietly increasing between the White House and some congressional leaders over access to sensitive information about the government’s use of drones in Pakistan and Yemen, officials said.The White House has brushed aside requests for information from lawmakers, who argue that the strikes, carried out secretly by the Central Intelligence Agency and the military’s Joint Special Operations Command, have broad implications for U.S. policy but don’t receive adequate oversight.Some current and former administration, military and congressional officials point to what they see as significant oversight gaps, in part because few lawmakers have full access to information about the drone strikes.Lawmakers on Congress’s intelligence committees are privy to information about all CIA and military-intelligence operations, but members of at least two other panels want insight on the drone program.

Compounding the dispute: Lawmakers who are briefed on classified information are legally constrained from raising their concerns publicly. Current and former officials say the White House wants to keep a tight hold on classified information to avoid unauthorized disclosures.

The demand for lawmakers outside the intelligence committees to have access to details on the covert drone program, said one U.S. official, “just doesn’t hold water.”

After the CIA launches a drone strike, the intelligence committees receive a notification telephone call almost immediately, which is followed by a secure fax with the details of the strike, according to government officials. There are also monthly meetings at the CIA’s Langley, Va. headquarters with congressional staff to review the program and classified briefings or hearings on Capitol Hill at least every three months.

Administration officials say the drone programs run by the CIA and Joint Special Operations Command are carefully monitored by top officials at both agencies and by the White House National Security Council.

Secrecy defines Obama’s drone war:

Since September, at least 60 people have died in 14 reported CIA drone strikes in Pakistan’s tribal regions. The Obama administration has named only one of the dead, hailing the elimination of Janbaz Zadran, a top official in the Haqqani insurgent network, as a counterterrorism victory.The identities of the rest remain classified, as does the existence of the drone program itself. Because the names of the dead and the threat they were believed to pose are secret, it is impossible for anyone without access to U.S. intelligence to assess whether the deaths were justified.The administration has said that its covert, targeted killings with remote-controlled aircraft in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia and potentially beyond are proper under both domestic and international law. It has said that the targets are chosen under strict criteria, with rigorous internal oversight.It has parried reports of collateral damage and the alleged killing of innocents by saying that drones, with their surveillance capabilities and precision missiles, result in far fewer mistakes than less sophisticated weapons.

Yet in carrying out hundreds of strikes over three years — resulting in an estimated 1,350 to 2,250 deaths in Pakistan — it has provided virtually no details to support those assertions.

Exposed and Uncensored – Nudity Protests

Nudity Protests

[Image]** EDS NOTE NUDITY ** Brazilian carnival queen Viviane Castro parades with an image depicting President Barack Obama painted on her left leg during carnival celebrations in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009. Castro’s stomach reads in Portuguese “for sale,” a message she said represented the sale of Brazil’s Amazon to the U.S. (Folha Imagem, Lalo de Almeida)
[Image](EDITORS NOTE: Image contains nudity. The indignants have come from across the country to protest high levels of unemployment, the austerity measures and what they consider a stagnant and corrupt political system. Getty

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[Image]** EDS NOTE NUDITY ** A model walks her bicycle during a protest against worldwide pollution in Bogota, Wednesday, April 1, 2009. (Fernando Vergara)
[Image]EDS NOTE NUDITY – South Korean prostitutes in their underwear and covered in body and face paint, and some others wearing mourning clothes, rush to police line after a rally in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Hundreds of prostitutes and pimps rallied Tuesday near a red-light district in Seoul to protest a police crackdown on brothels, with some unsuccessfully attempting to set themselves on fire. AP
[Image]** EDS NOTE NUDITY ** A woman holds up her bike during the World Naked Bike Ride in Sao Paulo, Saturday, June 14, 2008. Although total nudity is prohibited in public areas in Brazil, the woman was not detained. Of about 200 bikers, police detained only one man after he denied to wear his clothes. (Andre Penner)
[Image]** EDS NOTE NUDITY ** A policemen kicks a man during the World Naked Bike Ride in Sao Paulo, Saturday, June 14, 2008.(Andre Penner)
[Image](EDITORS NOTE: THIS IMAGE CONTAINS PARTIAL NUDITY) Protesters perfom during demonstrations against the influence of bankers and financiers in front of the Reichstagsgebaeude on October 15, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Thousands of people took to the streets today in cities across Germany in demonstrations inspired by the Occupy Wall Street protests in the United States. Activists are demanding an end to the free-wheeling ways of global financial players whom they see as responsible for the current European and American economic woes.

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[Image]AUGUST 13: (EDITORS NOTE: Image contains nudity. Several thousand men and women turned out to protest against rape and a woman’s right to her body.
[Image]EDS NOTE NUDITY Semi naked activists from the Ukrainian female rights group Femen protest in front of the Saudi Arabian embassy against a ban on driving cars for women in Kiev, Ukraine, Thursday, June 16, 2011. (Sergei Chuzavkov)
[Image]** EDS NOTE NUDITY ** A nude demonstrator gestures towards the police in Malmo, Sweden, Friday Sept. 19, 2008. A street occupation by activists on the fringes of the European Social Forum turned into stone throwing and fighting. (Drago Prvulovic)
[Image]** EDS NOTE NUDITY ** A protester performs during a march to mark the 1968 Tlatelolco plaza “massacre”‘ in Mexico City, Thursday, Oct. 2, 2008. Hundreds of student demonstrators were killed by men with guns and soldiers on October 2, 1968, ten days before the 1968 Summer Olympics celebrations in Mexico City. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini)
[Image]** EDS NOTE NUDITY ** Employees of LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics lead a protest outside of the LUSH Walnut Street shop, wearing nothing but aprons to urge shoppers to buy products that are free of packaging, in Philadelphia, Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2008. (Justin Maxon)
[Image]** EDS NOTE: NUDITY ** Animal rights activist wearing banderillas, barbed darts which are stabbed into the bull’s neck during bullfights, are seen during a protest prior to start the nine day San Fermin Festival on Sunday in Pamplona northern Spain, Saturday, July 5, 2008. (Alvaro Barrientos)
[Image]** EDS NOTE NUDITY ** A policeman sprays pepper gas as he detains a man during the World Naked Bike Ride in Sao Paulo, Saturday, June 14, 2008.(Andre Penner)
[Image]** EDS NOTE NUDITY ** Two models wearing gas masks ride bicycles during a protest against worldwide pollution as a man takes their picture in Bogota, Wednesday, April 1, 2009. (Fernando Vergara)
[Image]** EDS NOTE NUDITY ** Five models wearing gas masks pose for a photo as they protest worldwide pollution in Bogota, Wednesday, April 1, 2009. (Fernando Vergara)
[Image]**EDS NOTE NUDITY** A group of women with their bodies painted march during the International Day of the Elimination of Violence Against Women in Bogota, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009. (Fernando Vergara)
[Image]**EDS NOTE NUDITY** Women with painted bodies perform during a march against violence against women in San Salvador, Wednesday , Nov. 25 , 2009. Hundreds of people marched Wednesday in honor of International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women. (Luis Romero)
[Image]EDS NOTE NUDITY – Women protest against the high cost of living during a rally marking May Day in the streets of San Salvador, El Salvador, Sunday May 1, 2011. Activists filled the streets marking International Workers’ Day with skits and marchers that brought attention to the rising cost of living and growing disparities between the rich and poor. AP
[Image]EDS NOTE NUDITY – Students, one with her body painted, march to protest a government law project to increase private investments in public universities in Medellin, Colombia, Thursday, April 7, 2011.

Nudity Celebration

[Image]** EDS NOTE NUDITY ** Dancers perform on a Vila Isabel samba school float at the Sambodrome in Rio de Janeiro, Monday, Feb. 23, 2009. (Natacha Pisarenko)
[Image]**EDS NOTE NUDITY** A dancer performs during the parade of the Gavioes da Fiel samba school in Sao Paulo, Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009. (Andre Penner)

TOP-SECRET – U.S. Army Guerrilla Hunter Killer Smartbook Version 9.5

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To effectively defeat an enemy, one must first understand the enemy. Intelligence professionals have forgotten the basic principles on which intelligence analysis is conducted, instead they sub-scribe to the paradigm that the enemy faced in this Global War on Terror has no structure or doctrine. Any organization, military or civilian, must have a structure and a way of doing business if they are to have any chance of being successful. As previously stated, understanding an enemy is critical to defeating him, but how much do we really understand the Taliban? We know that the Taliban fights in small groups using unconventional tactics that usually manifest themselves in the form of Improvised Explosive Device (IED), Direct Fire (DF), and Indirect Fire (IDF) attacks against Coalition Forces (CF) vehicles, patrols, and operating bases. The Taliban uses fear and intimidation against the Afghan people, collecting taxes, establishing court systems based on Shari’a law and doling out justice when these laws are broken. We also know that the Taliban enjoys sanctuary in regions bordering Afghanistan, such as Pakistan, with most of their senior leadership issuing decrees and orders just across the border. All of these “knowns” about the Taliban are not new to warfare of this nature, instead many of these same factors have been observed all over the world and throughout time. The military leader and fighter Ernesto “Che” Guevara waged guerrilla campaigns in multiple countries almost forty years ago using many of the same tactics the Taliban em-ploy today. Che’s successful war in Cuba and his failed guerrilla movements in the Congo and Bolivia are not the only historical examples of low intensity conflict that resemble our current fight in Afghanistan. Mao Tse Tung, Carlos Marighella and Alberto Bayo are just a few other Guerrilla leaders whose writings were examined and captured in the Guerrilla Hunter Killer Template. Volumes of source documents exist that can be referenced to help understand and define the enemy. Interestingly, the Guerrilla Hunter Killer Template was written using these source documents almost exclusively, but as you will see the parallels to the Taliban are frightening and therefore applicable to the war in Afghanistan. Truly understanding and defining the enemy as a collective group, not as individuals, is key to defeating him. The GH/K template blends historical writings of Guerrilla Leaders in conjunction with current and past United States Army doctrine to form the “melting pot” that is The Guerrilla Hunter Killer.

Once a base line understanding of the enemy was established, we understood the need to use common graphics and terms to accurately describe the enemy formations and tactical tasks. Sim-ply using U.S. Army operational terms and graphics does a severe disservice to all involved. The enemy we face is not the U.S. Army, and we should not attempt to “make them fit” into our own maneuver doctrine. While some tactical terms and graphics may fit what the enemy is trying to accomplish and how he organizes himself a majority do not, and at the end of the day this method is simply shoe horning the enemy into doctrine meant for ourselves. The enemy deserves his own graphics and tactical terms, for his structure and tasks are unique to what he is attempting to accomplish.

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Confidential from the FBI – A Year in Review 2011 – Bulger, Mafia, Cybercrime, Terrorism, Fraud – Part 1

 

 

Case Files 2011The FBI conducted thousands of investigations in 2011, from terrorists bent on murder and cyber thieves hacking networks to corrupt government officials and fraudsters stealing billions of dollars from innocent victims.

 

As the year comes to a close, here is a look at some of the most significant cases the Bureau investigated with the help of our domestic and international law enforcement and intelligence community partners.

 

Part 1 focuses on our top investigative priority: protecting the nation from terrorist attack. The death of Osama bin Laden in May was a milestone, but al Qaeda remains committed to high-profile attacks against the U.S. And on the home front, lone offenders radicalized on the Internet continue to pose a serious threat to national security.

 

Here are some of the top terror cases of 2011, in reverse chronological order:

 

Murder of U.S. soldiers in Iraq: A 38-year-old Canadian citizen was indicted this month by a New York grand jury for his role in the murder of five American soldiers in a suicide-bomb attack in Iraq in 2009. The individual was arrested last January in Canada, and the U.S. is seeking his extradition.

 

Senior citizens indicted in ricin plot: Four Georgia men in their 60s and 70s were arrested last month for planning to manufacture the biological toxin ricin and purchasing explosives for use in attacks against American citizens. The defendants are alleged to be part of a fringe militia group.

 

Plot against Saudi ambassador: Two individuals were charged in October for their participation in a plot directed by elements of the Iranian government to murder the Saudi ambassador to the U.S. with explosives while the ambassador was on U.S. soil. One of the individuals is in custody; the other is still at large.

 

Attack planned on U.S. Capitol: A 26-year-old Massachusetts man was arrested in September and charged with plotting to bomb the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol using remote-controlled aircraft filled with explosives.

 

Material support to terrorists: An Albanian citizen living in New York was charged in September with providing material support to terrorists for planning travel to Pakistan to join a radical jihadist fighting group. He was arrested while trying to catch a flight out of the country.

 

Texas bomb plot: A 21-year-old soldier who was absent without leave was charged in July with planning to detonate a bomb inside a restaurant frequented by soldiers from Fort Hood. When he was arrested, the individual was in possession of a variety of bomb-making components. In November he was charged with additional crimes including attempted murder.

 

Plot to attack Seattle military installation: Two men were indicted in July for conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction to attack a military installation in Seattle with the intention of killing U.S. citizens. Law enforcement first became aware of the plot when an individual alerted them that he had been approached about participating in the attack.

 

Conduit to terror organizations: A Somali national in his mid-20s was indicted in July for providing material support to foreign terror organizations al Shabaab and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). He was captured in the Gulf region by the U.S. military in April 2011 and was allegedly a conduit between al Shabaab and AQAP.

 

Iraq bomb attacks: An Iraqi citizen who allegedly carried out numerous improvised explosive device (IED) attacks against U.S. troops in Iraq and another Iraqi national alleged to have participated in the Iraq insurgency were indicted in May on terrorism charges in Kentucky, where both were residents.

 

Jihadist indicted: A 20-year-old Saudi Arabia citizen and Texas resident was arrested in February and charged with attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction in connection with the purchase of chemicals and equipment used to make an IED and his research of potential U.S. targets. The individual came to the U.S. in 2008 on a student visa.

Confidential from the FBI – A Year in Review 2011 – Bulger, Mafia, Cybercrime, Terrorism, Fraud – Part 2

 

 

Case Files 2011With our partners in the law enforcement and intelligence communities, the FBI worked thousands of investigations during 2011, from cyber and hate crimes to public corruption and multi-million-dollar fraud schemes. As the year draws to a close, we take a look back at some of 2011’s most significant cases.

 

Part 1 focused on terrorism. This segment highlights some of the year’s top cases from the FBI’s other investigative priorities:

 

Martin Luther King Jr. Day attempted bombing: A Washington state man was sentenced to 32 years in prison last week for attempting to bomb a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade last January in Spokane.

 

International cyber takedown: Six Estonian nationals were arrested last month for running a sophisticated Internet fraud ring that infected millions of computers worldwide with a virus and enabled the thieves to manipulate the multi-billion-dollar Internet advertising industry.

 

Operation Delta Blues: After a two-year investigation dubbed Operation Delta Blues, 70 individuals—including five law enforcement officers—were charged in Arkansas in October with crimes including public corruption, drug trafficking, money laundering, and firearms offenses.

 

Corporate fraud scheme: The former chairman and owner of Taylor, Bean & Whitaker (TBW), a privately held mortgage lending company, was sentenced in June to 30 years in prison for his role in a more than $2.9 billion fraud scheme that contributed to the failure of TBW and Colonial Bank, one of the 25 largest banks in the U.S.

 

James “Whitey” Bulger arrested: Top Ten fugitive James “Whitey” Bulger was arrested in June thanks to a tip from the public—just days after a new FBI media campaign was launched to help locate the Boston gangster who had been on the run for 16 years.

 

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

 

Southwest border gang arrests: Thirty-five members and associates of the Barrio Azteca gang were charged in March with various counts of racketeering, murder, drug offenses, and money laundering. Ten of the defendants were Mexican nationals and were also charged in connection with the 2010 murders in Juarez, Mexico of a U.S. Consulate employee, her husband, and the husband of a U.S. Consulate employee.

 

Health care fraud takedown: Twenty individuals, including three doctors, were charged in South Florida in February for their participation in a fraud scheme involving $200 million in Medicare billing for mental health services. The charges coincided with a national federal health care fraud takedown involving 111 defendants in nine cities.

 

Selling secrets for profit: A 66-year-old resident of Hawaii was sentenced in January to 32 years in prison for communicating classified national defense information about U.S. military planes to the People’s Republic of China, along with illegally exporting military technical data and other offenses.

 

Massive Mafia takedown: Nearly 130 members of the Mafia in New York City and other East Coast cities were arrested in January in the largest nationally coordinated organized crime takedown in FBI history. Charges included murder, drug trafficking, arson, loan sharking, illegal gambling, witness tampering, labor racketeering, and extortion

CONFIDENTIAL – U.S. Forces – Iraq Private Security Contractors (PSC) Registration Requirements

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(U) FRAGO 0309 REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR PRIVATE SECURITY CONTRACTORS

(PSC) TO USF-I OPERATIONS ORDER 10-01.

(U) TIME ZONE USED THROUGHOUT THIS PUBLICATION: CHARLIE (C).

1. (U) SITUATION: USF-I, DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND NUMEROUS OTHER ENTITIES IN
IRAQ HAVE CONTRACTED SECURITY OPERATIONS FOR FORWARD OPERATING BASES (FOB)
AND PERSONAL SECURITY DETAILS (PSD) TO PRIVATE SECURITY CONTRACTORS (PSC).
GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ, MINISTRY OF INTERIOR (MOI) HAS IN RECENT MONTHS INDICATED
THAT CONTRACTED SECURITY COMPANIES ARE NOT OPERATING WITH THE THE PURVIEW OF
ESTABLISHED LAW. AS A RESULT, MANY PRIVATE SECURITY COMPANIES HAVE BEEN
STOPPED AT SNAP CHECK POINTS AND ENTRY CONTROL POINTS TO VERIFY THEIR
CREDINTIALS. THOSE COMPANIES OUT OF COMPLAINCE HAVE HAD PERSONNEL ARRESTED
AND WEAPONS AND VEHICLES CONFISCATED. GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ, IN COORDINATION
WITH USF-I, HAS GRANTED A 30 GRACE PERIOD FOR ALL PRIVATE SECURITY
CONTRACTORS TO COMPLY WITH IRAQ LAW STARTING 14 JAN 2010 AND ENDING 12 FEB
2010.

2. (U) MISSION: EFFECTIVE UPON PUBLICATION, USF-I UNITS WITH PRIVATE
SECURITY CONTRACTORS AND ARMED CONTRACT CIVILIANS WILL ENSURE THAT ALL ARE IN
FULL COMPLIANCE WITH PUBLISHED USF-I POLICY AND GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ LAW PRIOR
TO 12 FEB 2010.

3. (U) EXECUTION:

3.A. (U) CONCEPT OF THE OPERATION:

3.A.1 (U) UPON RECIEPT OF THIS FRAGO, MSC’S IDENTIFY THE NUMBER OF PRIVATE
SECURITY CONTRACTORS (PSC) AND ARMED CIVILIAN CONTRACTORS WITNIN THEIR
COMMAND AND VERIFY THEIR LEVEL OF COMPLIANCE WITH USF-I POLICY DIRECTIVES AND
GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ LAW. DIRECT ALL CONTRACT OFFICER REPRESENTATIVES(COR)TO
TRACK SUBMISSION OF REQUIRED INFORMATION TO GOI BY EACH COMPANY UNTIL COMPLETE. ADDITIONALLY SUBMIT A STATUS REPORT TO JCC-I/A AND ACOB WEEKLY INDICATING COMPLETE DOCUMENT SUBMISSION AND THE PERCENTAGE OF MOI EMPLOYEE
ID AND WEAPON CARDS RECEIVED FROM GOI. AFTER REACHING 100% CONTINUE TO SUBMIT
UPDATES WITH A MONTHLY COR REPORT TO JCC-I/A.

3.B. (U) TASKS TO UNITS:

3.B.1. (U) ALL MSC’S AND SEPARATES.

3.B.1.A (U) ALL UNITS WITH CIVILIAN ARMING AUTHORIZATIONS FROM THE DEPUTY
CHIEF OF STAFF (DCOS), USF-I WILL NOMINATE AND JCC-I/A WILL APPOINT OF A
CONTRACTING OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE (COR) WHO IS PROPERLY TRAINED, QUALIFIED,
AND ASSIGNED COR DUTIES AS A PRIMARY TASK IAW DCMA COR TRAINING AND
REQUIREMENTS.

3.B.1.B (U)CONTRACT OFFICER REPRESENTATIVE (COR) VERIFIES THAT EACH COMPANY
WITH A DOD CONTRACT FOR ARMED PERSONNEL WITHIN THEIR COMMAND IS IN COMPLIANCE
WITH ALL USF-I POLICY DIRECTIVES AND GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ LAW. SUBMIT A WEEKLY
STATUS REPORT TO JCC-I/A AND ACOB UNTIL ALL UNITS ARE IN COMPLIANCE AND THEN
MONTHLY THERE AFTER WITH THE MONTHLY COR REPORT TO JCC-I/A.

3.B.2. (U) JCC-I/A

3.B.2.A (U) RECEIVE AND CONSOLIDATE COR WEEKLY AND MONTHLY REPORTS. PROVIDE
AN AGGREGATE STATUS REPORT OF ALL APPLICABLE CONTRACTS AND ISSUES RELATED TO
NON-COMPLAINCE TO USF-I ARMED CONTRACTOR OVERSIGHT BRANCH (ACOB).

3.B.2.B (U) ENSURE ALL CONTRACTS WITH ARMED CONTRACTORS HAVE TRAINED CONTRACT
OFFICER REPRESENTAIVES (COR) APPOINTED, MONTHLY CONTRACTOR STATUS REPORTS
SUBMITTED AND STRICT MONITORING BY CONTRACTING OFFICERS (KO).

3.D. (U) TASKS TO STAFF:

3.D.1. (U) USF-I J34 PROTECTION

3.D.1.A (U)UPON PUBLISHING OF THIS FRAGO, ENSURE ARMED CONTRACTOR OVERSIGHT
BRANCH (ACOB) PROVIDES OVERSIGHT OF ALL DOD ARMED CONTRACTORS SUPPORTING USFI
OPERATIONS.

3.D.1.B (U) REVIEW THE CONSOLIDATED ARMED CONTRACTOR COMPLIANCE RESULTS FROM
JCC-I/A, AND FORWARD TO J3 AND COMMAND GROUP WITH ANALYSIS OF ANY ISSUES.

3.D.1.C (U) COORDINATE WITH GOI TO MAINTAIN A STATUS ON THE NUMBER OF DOD
PRIVATE SECURITY CONTRATORS WHO HAVE SUBMITTED THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS.
FURTHER ASSESS STATUS OF GOI PROCESSING MOI EMPLOYEE ID AND WEAPONS CARDS.
BASES.

3.E. (U) COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS:

3.E.1. (U) ALL PRIVATE SECURITY CONTRACTORS ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH ALL
USF-I POLICY DIRECTIVES, ORDERS AND GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ LAW. FOR A LIST OF
REQUIRMENTS ON GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ REQUIRMENTS VISIT WEBSITE
WWW.IRAQIINTERIOR.COM/PSCD/PSCD_INDEX.HTM.

3.E.2. (U) PER THE GUIDANCE ISSUED AT THE PRIVATE SECURITY MEETING ON 17 JAN
10 CORS WILL RECEIVE REPORTS ON THE STATUS OF PERSONNEL, WEAPONS AND VEHICLES
EVERY TUESDAY FROM PRIVATE SECURITY CONTRACTORS. SEE ENCLOSURE 1, PSC
LICENSE AND REGISTRATION STATUS REPORT FORM. AFTER THE CRISIS PERIOD CEASES,
REPORT THE INFORMATION MONTHLY TO COR WHO WILL SUBMIT CONSOLIDATE REPORT TO
JCC-I/A.

3.E.3. (U) ALL REQUESTS FOR 30 DAY GRACE PERIOD WAIVERS CAN BE REQUESTED FROM
GOI AT THE OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR REGISTRATION AND ASSESSMENT OF PRIVATE
SECURITY CONTRACTORS.

 

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SECRET – Photos of U.S. “Kill Team” Posing with Murdered Afghan Civilians

The following photos depict soldiers from the 5th Stryker Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division, posing next to the corpse of Gul Mudin, an unarmed Afghan civilian killed by their unit on January 15, 2010, as well as the corpses of two other unnamed Afghan civilians.  The photos were published today by Der Spiegel in their German-language print release. However, they are blocked behind a paywall that restricts their dissemination.  The U.S. Army responded to the release by saying that the photos depict “actions repugnant to us as human beings and contrary to the standards and values of the United States.”  There are reportedly more than four thousand photos of the “kill team”.

Pfc. Andrew Holmes

Spc. Jeremy N. Morlock

Two civilians killed by the unit.

TOP-SECRET – Restricted U.S. Military Multi-Service Kill Box Employment Manual

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The Kill Box MTTP reinforces kill boxes as three-dimensional areas used to facilitate the integration of joint fires while also being a permissive fire support coordination measure (FSCM) in accordance with JP 3-09, Joint Fire Support. The publication offers a detailed explanation of kill box employment and provides information to effectively organize, plan, and execute kill box procedures.

The purpose of this publication is to provide planners and operators with a single source MTTP manual that focuses on employment of kill boxes at the operational and tactical levels of warfighting to facilitate the expeditious air-to-surface lethal attack of targets which may be augmented by or integrated with surface-to-surface indirect fires. The target audience includes commanders, operations and intelligence sections of Service components, and their counterparts on the JFC’s staff.

1. Definition and Purpose

a. Definition: A kill box is a three-dimensional area used to facilitate the integration of joint fires. It is a permissive FSCM as described in JP 3-09, Joint Fire Support.

b. Purpose: When established, the primary purpose of a kill box is to allow lethal attack against surface targets without further coordination with the establishing commander and without terminal attack control. When used to integrate air-to-surface and surface-to-surface indirect fires, the kill box will have appropriate restrictions. The goal is to reduce the coordination required to fulfill support requirements with maximum flexibility while preventing fratricide.

Note: All aircrew conducting air interdiction within the confines of a kill box will execute their mission in accordance with rules of engagement (ROE) and special instructions (SPINS) applicable to air interdiction.

2. Establishment

a. Supported component commanders, acting on JFC authority, establish and adjust kill boxes in consultation with superior, subordinate, supporting, and affected commanders. Requirements for kill boxes and other control measures are determined using normal component targeting and planning processes and are established and approved by commanders or their designated staff (e.g., G-3, fire support coordinator [FSCOORD]). Information about the type, effective time, duration, and other attributes will be published and disseminated using existing voice and digital command and control (C2) systems. Kill boxes should be canceled when no longer needed.

b. There are two types of kill boxes: blue and purple. Chapter 3 provides further details.

(1) Blue Kill Box. A blue kill box permits air interdiction in the kill box without further coordination from the establishing headquarters (HQ).

(2) Purple Kill Box. A purple kill box permits air interdiction in the kill box without further coordination from the establishing HQ while allowing land and maritime component commanders to employ surface-to-surface indirect fires. The end state is maximum use of joint fires within the kill box to create synergistic effects with maximum potential for engaging targets.

c. Kill box characteristics:

(1) Target Area. The location and size of the kill box are determined by the expected or known location of targets in a specified area. The dimensions of a kill box are normally defined using an area reference system (i.e., Global Area Reference System [GARS]) but could follow well defined terrain features or be located by grid coordinates or by a radius from a center point. The standard dimensions using GARS would be a cell (30 minute (min) by 30 min [approximately (approx) 44 kilometer (km) by 44km] area), quadrant (15 min by 15 min [approx 22km by 22km] area), or keypad (5 min by 5 min [approx 7.5km by 7.5km] area). Reference JP 2-03, Geospatial Intelligence Support to Joint Operations, for further information concerning GARS.

(2) Airspace. The airspace block located above the kill box target area is protected and extends from the surface (or coordinating altitude if established) up to a ceiling established by the airspace control authority. The airspace for a purple kill box includes a floor and a ceiling to enable separation between aircraft delivering air-to-surface fires, trajectories of surface-to-surface indirect fires, surface-to-air fires, and other aircraft. The height of the ceiling should be established in the Airspace Control Plan (ACP), Airspace Control Order (ACO), or SPINS to permit standardized planning for other airspace uses. These parameters are developed by coordination between fire support and airspace organizations.

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WARUM DIE STASI-LISTE HEUTE NOCH SINNVOLL IST

Liebe Leser,

warum ist diese Liste und deren Publikation heute noch sinnvoll ?

Zum Einen für die Millionen der Opfer der traditionellen STASI.

Aber auch für die Opfer der Neo-STASI ! Und zu denen gehören auch Sie !

Die alten Netzwerke existieren weiter in der Finanz, Wirtschaft, den Medien, der Justiz, der Polizei und der Politik.

Ich will Sie hier nicht mit meinem persönlichen Schicksal und den aus oben genannten Verflechtungen entstanden lebens- und existenzbedrohlichen Folgen für mein Umfeld und mich langweilen.

Das ist sekundär.

PRIMÄR IST , WIE IST SO ETWAS HEUTE NOCH MÖGLICH  ?

In diesem Zusammenhang sage ich, mich wundert in Deutschland nichts mehr.

Die staatlichen Stellen haben versagt und versagen weiter und verstecken sich hinter Formalien ! In Sachen STASI ebenso wie in Sachen Wirtschaftskrise !

Das kann die Realität nicht stoppen.

Mit dem Staat versagen die deutschen Medien- unfähig und korrupt !

Aus diesen Gründen ist die Publikation der STASI-Liste und der damit verbundenen auch und besonders heute noch tätigen Genossen sinnvoller denn je.

Denn die Neo-STASI ist den Neo-Nazis an Finanzkraft, Organsiationskraft, Agenten, IM etc weit überlegen und sitzt sogar im Bundestag.

Die wenigen Mahner, die es dagegen gab, wurden systematisch ruiniert  oder getötet !

Die 3 Affen – stumm, taub und blind sind das Wahrzeichen der deutschen Justiz und Exekutive !

Wohin das führt ?

Na, schauen Sie sich doch einmal um !

Herzlichst Ihr

Bernd Pulch, Magister Artium der Publizistik, Germanistik und Komparatistik

CONFIDENTIAL- Raytheon Non-Lethal Acoustic Pressure Riot Shield Patent

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A man-portable non-lethal pressure shield provides both a physical as well as pressure shield. The pressure shield addresses the concerns of military, police and human rights organizations and international law as regards effectiveness, efficiency and safety and efficiency. A folded acoustic horn is incorporated into the physical shell of the shield. The horn couples acoustic pulses from a sonic pulse generator to an acoustic aperture to output a pulsed pressure beam that approximates a plane wave to produce a pressure barrier. The operator may specify a desired effect on its human target that is maintained as range-to-target changes or a desired effect at a specified perimeter range. The shields may be networked to facilitate coordinated action among multiple pressure shields as a force multiplier or to provide a more sophisticated pressure
barrier.

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CONFIDENTIAL from the CIA – Stories of Sacrifice and Dedication Civil Air Transport, Air America, and the CIA

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Booklet featuring two specific stories that exemplify
the themes of sacrifice and dedication: Lima Site 85 and a CIA mission
utilizing CAT flight support to recover an
agent inside Communist China.

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DER BEWEIS – WARUM DIE STASI-LISTE ECHT IST UND WIE SIE FRÜHER DURCH EINSCHÜCHTERUNG VERHINDERT WURDE

Liebe Leser,

Neo-STASI versucht die Echtheit der STASI-Listen zu diskreditieren, um ihren Einfluss zu zementieren.

Dies nachdem ihre Morddrohungen und Verleumdungen mich nicht gestoppt haben und nicht stoppen werden.

Die STASI-Liste wurde bereits früher hier publiziert:

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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.

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.

Durch dieses pseudo-juristische Machwerk, dass niemals ausserhalb von Deutschland Bestand hat !

Mein Kommentar: Pseudo-juristische, formale Spitzfindigkeiten ersetzen Hirn und Herz- nur deshalb konnte es mit Deutschland im 20. Jahrhrundert soweit kommen und dieses Denken ist weiterhin überall vorhanden und wird sich bitter rächen – wieder einmal – denn Querdenken und/oder  besser selbst denken ist nicht angesagt in diesen Formal-Strukturen. Und die Main-Stream-Presse ist völlig anzeigenhörig und duckmäuserisch. Ein Fiasko !

Die Geschichte zeigt, wohin diese groteske Wirklichkeits-Verleugnung führt. Armes Deutschland ! Wieder einmal !

Ich habe meinen Beitrag geliefert, um diese Fehlentwicklungen zu vermeiden. Viele andere auch… Und Sie  ?

Herzlichst Ihr

Bernd Pulch

Magister Artium der Publizistik, Germanistik und Komaparatistik

 

TOP – SECRET – DoD Non-Lethal Weapons Reference Book 2011

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PURPOSE: The purpose of the NLW Reference Book is to provide a single source document that contains key information about NLW descriptions, effects, characteristics, concepts of employment, and associated operational parameters and considerations to enhance NLW education and training.

EXPLANATION OF TERMS: The NLW described in this book are at various acquisition stages and of varied Service interest. Service-unique systems meet specific Service needs, often meet Joint needs, and are provided to ensure Joint visibility and consideration. Systems are grouped as follows:

  • FIELDED: NLW currently in use.
  • PROTOYPE: NLW which have completed development, produced in limited quantities and no fielding decision has been made.
  • DEVELOPMENTAL: NLW requiring technological or other improvements prior to production approval. Typically denotes a Service-led program of record with a technical readiness level (TRL) of 5 or higher. Anticipated fielding dates are provided, but are subject to change and should not be used for acquisition or resource planning.
  • CONCEPTUAL: Ideas or concepts that can support exercises and modeling &simulations. Typically denotes a pre-acquisition science and technology project with a TRL of 4 or less. Conceptual capabilities do not currently exist, but are potential technologies that could be developed to satisfy a non-lethal requirement in the near future.

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STUDY – Study Finds 40% of South Asians Have Paid a Bribe in the Past Year

A chart from the Transparency International study found that police are the largest recipient of public service bribes in South Asia.More than one in three south Asians say they were forced to bribe officials in the last year, mainly for services they were legally entitled to, an international anti-graft watchdog said on Thursday.

A survey released by Berlin-based Transparency International in the Nepalese capital Kathmandu showed bribery has become so endemic that the region is second only to sub-Saharan Africa as the corruption hotspot of the world.

The watchdog surveyed 7,800 people in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and the Maldives, finding 40 percent had paid backhanders over the last 12 months to public servants, with police being the largest recipients.

Two thirds of Indians, Bangladeshis and Pakistanis who had dealt with the police said they had paid bribes to corrupt officers in the last 12 months.

“With bribery such a big part of life for south Asians, you can see why so many people are angry at their governments for not tackling corruption,” said Rukshana Nanayakkara, senior programme coordinator for the watchdog’s south Asia region.

“People are sick of paying bribes to get on with their daily lives, and they are sick of the sleaze and undue influence of public servants.”

Who Do Indians Bribe Most?

If the Lokpal Bill ever gets cleared by the Indian Parliament, episodes of everyday corruption, widely perceived as endemic, may finally start to decline.

At the moment, the figures are not encouraging, according to a new study by the Berlin-based anticorruption group Transparency International.

The report, “Daily Lives and Corruption,” offers fresh data on bribery in South Asia based on a survey of 7,500 people taken over the past two years. The results are alarming: they suggests that 39% of South Asians who had to deal with public services in the previous year admitted to paying a bribe.

In India, more than half of the people surveyed, or 54% of respondents, said they’ve paid a bribe. This was only worse in Bangladesh, where the figure is 66%, or two out of every three people. In Pakistan, the figure was around 50%, in Nepal 32%, in Sri Lanka 32% and in the Maldives 6%.

Take a look at how frequently Indians pay bribes when dealing with the following public services:

Police: 64%

Land services (buying, selling, renting and inheriting property): 63%

Registry and permit services: 62%

Tax revenue: 51%

Utilities (including water, telephone, electricity services): 47%

Judiciary: 45%

Customs: 41%

Medical services: 26%

Education: 23%

 

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CONFIDENTIAL – FBI – Man Pleads Guilty in $74 Million Ponzi Scheme

ALBUQUERQUE—Douglas F. Vaughan, 64, of Albuquerque, pled guilty to wire and mail fraud charges that involved his operation of a Ponzi scheme in which he fraudulently obtained more than $74 million from approximately 600 investors who were promised extraordinary returns, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth J. Gonzales. Carol K.O. Lee, Special Agent in Charge of the Albuquerque Division of the FBI, and Daniel S. Tanaka, Director of the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department’s Securities Division, joined the U.S. Attorney in making the announcement.

Vaughan entered guilty pleas to count one and four of a 30-count indictment charging him with wire fraud and mail fraud, respectively, before Chief Judge Bruce D. Black in federal court in Santa Fe, N.M., this afternoon. Under the terms of his plea agreement, Vaughan will be sentenced to a term of imprisonment between 10 and 12 years. Chief Judge Black will determine Vaughan’s specific sentence within that range, with Vaughan retaining the right to request a sentence at the lowest end of the range and the U.S. Attorney’s Office retaining the right to request a sentence at the highest end.

Vaughan also faces up to five years of supervised release following imprisonment, a fine of up to $250,000, or twice the gross gain or gross loss resulting from his offenses, whichever is greater, as well as any restitution ordered by the court. The plea agreement also requires that Vaughan immediately forfeit to the United States previously seized funds in the amount of $38,298.24 and real property located in Spring Valley, Nevada, and that Vaughan agree to the imposition of a money judgment against him in the amount of $74,745,723.93, which represents a portion of the gross proceeds that he derived from the offenses charged in the indictment.

The plea agreement also requires that Vaughan resolve two other pending cases: a civil case filed against Vaughan by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in federal court, and a bankruptcy case initiated by Vaughan in federal bankruptcy court. In the SEC case, Vaughan will consent to the entry of a judgment that permanently enjoins him from violating the federal securities laws. Vaughan also is required to consent to an order by the SEC in an administrative proceeding that bars him from associating with any broker, dealer or investment advisor, and from participating in any stock offerings. In the bankruptcy case, Vaughan is required to enter into a stipulated judgment that denies him a discharge from bankruptcy.

Under the terms of the plea agreement, the U.S. Attorney’s Office will move to dismiss the remaining 28 counts of the indictment after sentence has been imposed on Vaughan. Vaughan remains on conditions of release under pretrial supervision pending his sentencing hearing, which has yet to be scheduled.

Vaughan was charged on February 24, 2011, in an indictment alleging that, between 2005 and 2010, Vaughan operated a promissory note investment program, which he marketed as a means of generating revenue to grow his real estate business, as a Ponzi scheme. It alleged that Vaughan owed more than $74 million in unpaid principal and interest payments to approximately 600 investors when the fraudulent scheme collapsed in early 2010. Vaughan’s plea agreement includes a 16-page addendum.

According to the addendum, Vaughan was the chairman, chief executive officer, president and majority shareholder of Vaughan Company, Realtors (VCR), a business that operated primarily as a residential real estate brokerage and was at one time the largest independent residential brokerage in New Mexico. In 1993, Vaughan began an investment program in which he accepted money on behalf of VCR in exchange for interest-bearing promissory notes. The typical note had a three-year term, an interest rate ranging from 8 percent to 40 percent per year, and provided for interest to be paid in monthly installments. At the end of the note’s term, Vaughan either paid off the principal or offered the investor the opportunity to “roll over” the principal into a new note. Vaughan signed each promissory note on behalf of VCR.

Vaughan led investors to believe that their investments in the promissory note program were actually or virtually risk-free because they were guaranteed by VCR, Vaughan’s personal guarantee, and a $2.5 million deed of trust on certain real estate. Vaughan marketed his promissory note program by representing that the invested funds would be used to purchase real estate and to acquire smaller real estate companies. Instead, Vaughan used the promissory note program funds primarily for three undisclosed purposes: (i) to pay the interest and principal on promissory notes taken out by earlier investors; (ii) to pay himself, under the guise of salary, bonuses, or some other personal transfers; and (iii) to subsidize the operation of VCR, which was generating insufficient “legitimate” revenues to sustain itself.

The addendum states that, by 2005, the promissory note program was an important source of funding for VCR and, without the infusion of capital generated by new promissory note program investors, VCR was insolvent. Despite this, Vaughan continued to distribute the same marketing materials for the promissory note program, sign the same promissory notes, and make the same corporate and personal guarantees. Although Vaughan represented to investors that he would not extend more than $2,500,000.00 in promissory notes, end-of-year financial records reflect that the aggregate principal balance owed to note holders far exceeded this amount:

2004—$24,351,605.00;
2005—$32,299,363.37;
2006—$39,969,110.68;
2007—$49,984,845.80;
2008—$62,844,445.57; and
2009—$74,386,623.38.

From at least 2005 through February 2010, Vaughan used funds from new promissory note program investors to make interest payments to existing note holders and thus lulled existing investors into believing that they were being paid returns from VCR’s legitimate business revenues. However, VCR’s corporate tax returns reflected the following annual losses:

2004—$4,041,048.00;
2005—$5,595,285.00;
2006—$7,461,409.00;
2007—$9,913,893.00;
2008—$13,313,323.00; and
2009—$13,907,738.00.

In announcing Vaughan’s guilty plea, U.S. Attorney Gonzales said, “Today Doug Vaughan stood up in court and admitted that he deceived hundreds of investors into handing over tens of millions of dollars with promises of guaranteed high rates of return and the safety of their investments. Instead, people who trusted Vaughan ended up losing a lot of money, in some cases, their life savings. The United States’ plea agreement with Doug Vaughan brings about a fair and certain resolution of this case. The 10- to 12-year federal prison sentence included in the plea agreement holds Vaughan accountable for the massive Ponzi scheme in which he defrauded hundreds of investors, and is a very significant sentence in a financial fraud case. It is an appropriate resolution for the victims of Doug Vaughan’s crimes who have suffered financially and emotionally as a result of Vaughan’s scam and for the United States’ ensuing efforts to bring Vaughan to justice. Today’s guilty plea helps bring finality to what could have been a protracted criminal case. Although the victims of Vaughan’s crimes will not be compensated for their financial loss, I hope they will find a measure of solace and closure in knowing that Vaughan will be held accountable for his actions by spending substantially the rest of his productive life behind bars.”

Special Agent in Charge Lee added, “Mr. Vaughan’s plea today is the result of the hard work and dedication of the FBI special agents and U.S. Attorney’s Office prosecutors who worked together to bring to justice the individual responsible for the largest Ponzi scheme in New Mexico history. This multi-million-dollar fraud scheme wreaked havoc on the lives of hundreds of hard-working people and demonstrates the immense impact white-collar criminals can have on a community. Today’s fraud schemes are more sophisticated than ever, and we at the Albuquerque FBI, along with our law enforcement and community partners, are dedicated to the pursuit of those who choose to violate the investors’ trust and the law for personal gain.”

“Mr. Vaughan has accepted responsibility for his actions but it is cold comfort for the hundreds of New Mexicans that he victimized,” said Director Tanaka of the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department’s Securities Division. “We are proud of all the team members who demonstrated such commitment to investigating and prosecuting New Mexico’s largest Ponzi scheme. Financial crime is an insidious threat, therefore we will take the fight to those who would exploit the citizens of New Mexico.”

The case against Vaughan was the result of a joint federal-state investigation by the FBI, the Securities Division of the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, U.S. Secret Service and the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Gregory J. Fouratt and John C. Anderson.

This case was brought in coordination with the President’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force, which 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. The task force is also making the public aware of resources available to protect against these types of fraud and how to report fraud when it occurs. To learn more about investment scams, how to take steps to protect yourself from scams or how to report investment fraud if you believe you have been victimized, the task force recommends that you visit its website, http://www.StopFraud.gov.

Secret from the FBI – Murder of ICE Special Agent Jaime Zapata and the Attempted Murder of ICE Special Agent Victor Avila

WASHINGTON—Julian Zapata Espinoza, also known as “Piolin,” has been extradited from Mexico to the United States to face charges for his alleged participation in the murder of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Special Agent Jaime Zapata and the attempted murder of ICE Special Agent Victor Avila on Feb. 15, 2011, in Mexico.

The charges and extradition were announced today by Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division; U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Machen Jr. for the District of Columbia; Kevin Perkins, Assistant Director for the FBI Criminal Investigative Division; and ICE Director John Morton.

On April 19, 2011, a federal grand jury in the District of Columbia returned a four-count indictment against Zapata Espinoza, charging him with one count of murder of an officer or employee of the United States, for the murder of ICE Special Agent Zapata; one count of attempted murder of an officer or employee of the United States and one count of attempted murder of an internationally protected person, both for the attempted murder of ICE Special Agent Avila; and one count of using, carrying, brandishing and discharging a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence causing death.

“Julian Zapata Espinoza (“Piolin”) allegedly participated in the murder of ICE Special Agent Jaime Zapata and the attempted murder of ICE Special Agent Victor Avila,” said Assistant Attorney General Breuer. “The indictment unsealed today, and the successful extradition of Piolin to the United States, reflect the Justice Department’s vigorous and determined efforts to seek justice for Agents Zapata and Avila. We will continue to work closely with our law enforcement partners in Mexico to hold violent criminals accountable.”

“This prosecution exemplifies our unwavering effort to prosecute those who committed this heinous offense against U.S. law enforcement agents,” said U.S. Attorney Machen. “We will not rest until those responsible for the murder of Agent Zapata and the wounding of Agent Avila are brought to justice.”

“The extradition of Julian Zapata Espinoza to face charges in the U.S. is a significant development in the ongoing investigation into the murder of Special Agent Jaime Zapata and attack on Special Agent Victor Avila,” said Kevin Perkins, Assistant Director for the FBI Criminal Investigative Division. “This extradition would not have been possible without the dedicated efforts of all involved in this case. The FBI, DHS and the Department of Justice will continue its pursuit of justice for the Zapata family.”

“The extradition and charges filed against Zapata Espinoza is an important step in bringing Jaime and Victor’s alleged shooters to justice,” said ICE Director Morton. “All of us at ICE are encouraged by today’s action and appreciate the unwavering work and support of all our law enforcement partners in this case. Our hearts and prayers continue to go out to Jaime’s family and his close colleagues within the ICE community. ICE will continue to see that Jaime and Victor’s work is done by continuing our efforts with all involved in working on this case.”

The indictment was unsealed today, when Zapata Espinoza made his initial appearance before U.S. District Chief Judge Royce Lamberth of the District of Columbia. Zapata Espinoza was ordered detained without bail. His next appearance in court is scheduled for Jan. 25, 2012.

The case is being investigated by the FBI, with substantial assistance from ICE, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, the Diplomatic Security Service and the U.S. Marshals Service. The investigation was also coordinated with the assistance of the Government of Mexico.

The case is being prosecuted by the Organized Crime and Gang Section and the Narcotic and Dangerous Drugs Section of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia. The Office of International Affairs of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division provided substantial assistance.

An indictment is a formal charging document and defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

TOP-SECRET from the CIA – Penetrating the Iron Curtain

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In the mid-1950s the US faced the first real challenge since World War II to its strategic superiority over any nation on earth. The attempt to collect intelligence on the Soviets began with an initial period of poor collection capabilities and consequent limited analysis. With few well-placed human sources inside the Soviet Union, it was only with the CIA’s development of, what can only be called, timely technological wizardry—the U-2 aircraft and Corona Satellite reconnaissance program—that breakthroughs occurred in gaining valuable, game-changing intelligence. Coupled with the innovative use of aerial and satellite photography and other technical collection programs, the efforts began to produce solid, national intelligence.

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CONFIDENTIAL – U.S. House of Representatives Report: Warlords Provide Security for U.S. Supply Chain in Afghanistan

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Specifically, the Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs Majority staff makes the following findings:

1. Security for the U.S. Supply Chain Is Principally Provided by Warlords. The principal private security subcontractors on the HNT contract are warlords, strongmen, commanders, and militia leaders who compete with the Afghan central government for power and authority. Providing “protection” services for the U.S. supply chain empowers these warlords with money, legitimacy, and a raison d’etre for their private armies. Although many of these warlords nominally operate under private security companies licensed by the Afghan Ministry of Interior, they thrive in a vacuum of government authority and their interests are in fundamental conflict with U.S. aims to build a strong Afghan government.

2. The Highway Warlords Run a Protection Racket. The HNT contractors and their trucking subcontractors in Afghanistan pay tens of millions of dollars annually to local warlords across Afghanistan in exchange for “protection” for HNT supply convoys to support U.S. troops. Although the warlords do provide guards and coordinate security, the contractors have little choice but to use them in what amounts to a vast protection racket. The consequences are clear: trucking companies that pay the highway warlords for security are provided protection; trucking companies that do not pay believe they are more likely to find themselves under attack. As a result, almost everyone pays. In interviews and documents, the HNT contractors frequently referred to such payments as “extortion,” “bribes,” “special security,” and/or “protection payments.”

3. Protection Payments for Safe Passage Are a Significant Potential Source of Funding for the Taliban. Within the HNT contractor community, many believe that the highway warlords who provide security in turn make protection payments to insurgents to coordinate safe passage. This belief is evidenced in numerous documents, incident reports, and e-mails that refer to attempts at Taliban extortion along the road. The Subcommittee staff has not uncovered any direct evidence of such payments and a number of witnesses, including Ahmed Wali Karzai, all adamantly deny that any convoy security commanders pay insurgents. According to experts and public reporting, however, the Taliban regularly extort rents from a variety of licit and illicit industries, and it is plausible that the Taliban would try to extort protection payments from the coalition supply chain that runs through territory in which they freely operate.

4. Unaccountable Supply Chain Security Contractors Fuel Corruption. HNT contractors and their private security providers report widespread corruption by Afghan officials and frequent government extortion along the road. The largest private security provider for HNT trucks complained that it had to pay $1,000 to $10,000 in monthly bribes to nearly every Afghan governor, police chief, and local military unit whose territory the company passed. HNT contractors themselves reported similar corruption at a smaller scale, including significant numbers of Afghan National Police checkpoints. U.S. military officials confirmed that they were aware of these problems.

5. Unaccountable Supply Chain Security Contractors Undermine U.S. Counterinsurgency Strategy. While outsourcing principal responsibility for the supply chain in Afghanistan to local truckers and unknown security commanders has allowed the Department of Defense to devote a greater percentage of its force structure to priority operations, these logistics arrangements have significant unintended consequences for the overall counterinsurgency strategy. By fueling government corruption and funding parallel power structures, these logistics arrangements undercut efforts to establish popular confidence in a credible and sustainable Afghan government.

The following companies are prime contractors under the HNT contract:

NCL Holdings (NCL) – NCL was founded in May 2005 by Hamed Wardak, the son of the Afghan Defense Minister, Abdul Rahim Wardak. The company is based in Northern Virginia. Prior to receiving the HNT contract in 2009, NCL performed security operations in Afghanistan for Department of Defense contractors. NCL subcontracts out all of its trucking operations under HNT, and had no direct experience with managing trucking before this contract.

The Sandi Group – The Sandi Group is based in Washington, D.C. and has worked in private sector development in both Iraq and Afghanistan. To perform HNT missions, the Sandi Group has subcontracted out all trucking to local Afghan subcontractors.

Mesopotamia Group and EMA, Joint Venture – Mesopotamia Group, a Delaware-based company and EMA, an Afghan company, received an HNT contract as a joint venture after having worked on the BPA contract in a contractor-subcontractor relationship, with EMA as the local subcontractor. EMA owns many of its own trucks and also brokers with owner-operators from local tribes. Mesopotamia Group provides management and capital to the joint venture.

HEB International Logistics – HEB is an international logistics and transportation company based in Dubai. HEB owns some of its own trucks but principally relies on local Afghan subcontractors. HEB performed trucking operations under the BPA prior to receiving the HNT contract.

Anham, LLC – Anham is a partnership that was formed in 2004 by a Virginia-based investment group (HII-Finance), a Saudi conglomerate, and a Jordanian investment group. It is based in Dubai. Anham owns its own trucks and does not subcontract to local companies, but it performs far fewer missions than the leading HNT contractors.

The Four Horsemen International (Four Horsemen) and Three Bullets Incorporated (Three Bullets), Joint Venture – Four Horsemen is a New Jersey-based security company with principal operations in Afghanistan managed by Western military expatriates; Three Bullets is an Afghan-based transportation company that owns some of its own trucks and brokers with local owner-operators. Four Horsemen provides the security force for the joint venture. Four Horsemen had previously performed security operations under the BPA with other companies, and Three Bullets performed trucking operations on the BPA.

Afghan American Army Services (AAA) – AAA is Afghan-owned and was added to the HNT contract in November 2009 following a bid protest before the U.S. Government Accountability Office. AAA had previously worked under the BPA and had performed trucking operations since July 2006. Under HNT, AAA subcontracts out trucking operations to several local companies.

Guzar Mir Bacha Kot Transportation (GMT) – GMT is an Afghan-owned company that was added to the HNT contract in November 2009 in order to increase trucking capacity. GMT was a prime contractor on the BPA and the company has provided trucking services in Afghanistan for more than 15 years. GMT provides its own trucks and, before receiving the HNT contract, worked as a subcontractor for other HNT prime contractors.

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TOP-SECRET -U.S. Army Afghanistan Route Clearance Handbook

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Route clearance (RC) operations for Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan are much different from RC operations for Operation Iraqi Freedom in terms of the terrain, seasonal weather, level of infrastructure, volume of insurgent threats, sources of improvised explosive device (IED) components, and motivation for IED emplacement. The purpose of this supplement is to focus on RC in Afghanistan.

Overview of Afghanistan

Afghanistan is composed of 34 provinces and is operationally divided into five regional commands: Regional Command Capital, Regional Command East, Regional Command North, Regional Command South, and Regional Command West. Regional Command Capital is completely surrounded by Regional Command East but is independent of the Regional Command East command. Regional Command Capital is composed of Kabul Province alone. The provinces in Regional Command East are Paktika, Paktya, Khwost (P2K); Ghazni, Wardak, Logar; Nangarhar, Nuristan, Konar, Laghman (N2KL); Bamyan; Parwan; Kapisa; and Panjshir. The provinces in Regional Command North are Faryab, Jawzjan, Sari Pul, Balkh, Samangan, Kunduz, Baghlan, Takhar, and Badakhshan. The provinces in Regional Command South are Nimroz, Helmand, Day Kundi, Oruzgan, and Zabul. The provinces in Regional Command West are Badghis, Herat, Ghowr, and Farah.

U.S. forces are focused primarily on Regional Command East. Regional Command East is further divided into five areas of operations (AOs). The five AOs for Regional Command East are Currahee in the southeast, Duke in the northeast, Warrior in the north-northwest, Ghazni in the west, and Spartan in the center. The provinces in AO Currahee are Paktika, Paktya, and Khwost (P2K). The provinces in AO Duke are Nangarhar, Nuristan, Konar, and Laghman (N2KL). The provinces in AO Warrior are Bamyan, Parwan, Kapisa, and Panjshir. AO Ghazni is composed of the Ghazni Province alone. The provinces in AO Spartan are Wardak and Logar.

Some AOs are further subdivided into minor AOs; however, the minor AOs do not necessarily correspond to the provincial boundaries. AO Currahee is composed of Team (TM) Paktya, TM Khowst, TM Eagle, and TM White Eagle. AO Duke is composed of AO Raptor, AO Pacesetter, AO King, AO Rock, and AO Saber. AO Warrior, AO Ghazni, and AO Spartan are not broken down into minor AOs.

In AO Currahee, the minor AO boundaries generally align with the provinces; however, there are a few exceptions. TM Paktya contains only Paktya Province. TM Khowst contains only Khowst Province. TM Eagle contains the east half of Paktika Province, while TM White Eagle contains the west half of Paktika Province.

In AO Duke, the minor AO boundaries generally do not align with the provinces; however, there are a few exceptions. AO Raptor contains Nangarhar Province. AO Pacesetter contains Laghman Province. AO King contains the westernmost third of Nuristan Province; AO Rock contains the middle third of Nuristan Province and the westernmost three-quarters of Konar Province. AO Saber contains the easternmost third of Nuristan Province and the easternmost quarter of Konar Province.

Terrain and Weather

In Afghanistan, the terrain varies drastically from one area to the next. The country is divided into three major geographic zones: the northern steppe, the southern desert plateau, and the spine of the Hindu Kush mountain range. The northern steppe runs across the northern border from Badghis in Regional Command West to Takhar in Regional Command North. The southern desert plateau runs across the western and southern border from Herat in Regional Command West to Kandahar in Regional Command South. The Hindu Kush mountain range and its offshoots run generally from northeast to southwest and cover the rest of the country.

The provinces that contain the northern steppe include Badghis, the northern half of Faryab, Jawzjan, the northern half of Sari Pul, the northern two-thirds of Balkh, Konduz, and the northeast quarter of Takhar. The provinces that contain the southern desert plateau include the western half of Herat, the western two-thirds of Farah, Nimroz, the southern three-quarters of Helmand, and the southwestern three-quarters of Kandahar. The provinces that contain the Hindu Kush mountain range and its offshoots include Badakhshan, Takhar, Baghlan, Samangan, Balkh, Sari Pul, Faryab, Herat, Ghowr, Farah, Helmand, Day Kundi, Oruzgan, Kandahar, Zabul, Paktika, Paktya, Khowst, Ghazni, Wardak, Logar, Bamyan, Parwan, Kapisa, Panjshir, Nuristan, Laghman, Konar, Nangarhar, and Kabul.

Some areas are extremely mountainous, and the so-called roads are nothing more than narrow goat trails, which offer insurgent forces excellent cover and concealment from approaching maneuver forces. There are many ideal spots for ambush near to the roads, and several IED events in these areas have coordinated small arms fire incorporated into the attacks. In other areas of the country, the terrain is wide open desert and without many hiding spots near the roads. The methods of attack in these areas are drastically different.

Fighting Season

The weather in Afghanistan plays a major role in the way units conduct operations. The seasonal nature of the mountainous regions lends itself to a “survival season” and a “fighting season.” The survival season is primarily the winter months. Harsh winters offer extremely cold temperatures and large snow accumulations. In many areas, the snowfall makes the roads completely impassible and shuts off ground maneuvers completely in some parts of the country. The fighting season begins with the spring thaw and allows for movement in areas that were previously impassible due to the harsh winter conditions. This fighting season usually ramps up from the early spring to the beginning of summer. The summer weather can also be harsh. Hot, dusty, dry conditions will often limit the movement of forces not properly protected from the heat. In the fall, when the extreme heat has passed, IED activity sparks up again; however, it is usually not as intense as the spring fighting. Most people are focusing on preparing for the coming winter months and not on fighting.

Infrastructure

Infrastructure or, more to the point, a lack of infrastructure is a major issue in Afghanistan. The vast majority of the roads in Afghanistan are unimproved and not well defined. Often the location of the road changes from season to season and from year to year. Flooding, washouts, rockslides, lack of infrastructure, discovery of a better/safer/faster/more direct path, and many other factors all contribute to the ever-changing network of trails and paths used for vehicular traffic. In some areas, drivers use dry riverbeds as primary roads during the dry season. These wide open “roads” can quickly become raging rivers during the spring thaw. In some areas, the roads are paved; however, many years of damage from tracked vehicles and explosions from previous wars have greatly degraded their serviceability. These paved roads are often limited to the main ring road and a few off shoots from that road.

The sources of IED components in Afghanistan are drastically different from those in Iraq. In Afghanistan, there are fewer components for making IEDs. A cache in Afghanistan usually does not meet the minimum requirements of a cache in Iraq. The enemy uses homemade explosives in IEDs in Afghanistan, which bring additional complications to the RC mission. Additionally, there are many existing minefields that are mistaken for IEDs. RC units should deal with these areas as minefields rather than IEDs. Sometimes the enemy transplants mines from the minefields to a roadway. In these situations, it is difficult to determine if the area is a part of a larger minefield and should be dealt with as such, or if the area is more like an IED and should be dealt with accordingly.

The motivations for using IEDs in Iraq and Afghanistan are similar in some areas and different in others. In the lowlands, which are primarily in the south and west, the enemy uses IEDs as an initiator for an attack and then again when targeting first responders or reactionary forces. In the highlands, which are primarily in the north and east, the enemy uses IEDs to shape an attack and limit mobility.

Culture, People, and Religion

Culture

Afghan culture is a rich mix influenced by different ethnicities and languages. It is extremely difficult to generalize about an entire population; however, Afghans are typically friendly and hospitable. Their lives have been rife with conflict, and they can be stern. The Afghan’s belief that Allah controls all matters greatly influences his perceptions. This belief helps Afghans tolerate extreme physical hardship.

Approximately 44 percent of Afghans are Pashtun, about half of whom are of the Durrani tribal group and the other half of the Ghilzai group. Tajiks are the second largest ethnic group with 25 percent of the population, followed by Hazaras at 10 percent and Uzbeks at 8 percent. Other smaller groups, including Turkmen, Qizilbash, Kazakhs, Aimaq, Wakhis, Nuristanis, Baluchis, Kyrgyz, Sikhs, Hindus, and Jews, constitute the remaining 13 percent of the total population.

People

The Afghans’ primary loyalty is to their families, kin groups, clans, or tribes; they express their identities through these groups. Their moral attitudes are often strict and inflexible, and they stress honor and individual responsibility to fulfill expected roles. Personal disputes are not resolved easily because of the need to protect one’s honor. Personal behavior affects family honor, so Afghans consider it essential to live according to these rigid rules. Piety and stoicism are admired traits.

Afghan society is mostly rural. The rural populations are mostly concentrated along the rivers. Villages in Afghanistan encircle larger towns that act as commercial, communication, and administrative centers. The most heavily populated and urban part of the country is between the cities of Kabul and Charikar. Other population concentrations can be found east of Kabul near Jalalabad, in the Heart oasis and the valley of the Harirud River in the northwest, and in the Valley of Kunduz River in the northeast. Most urban settlements have grown along the ring road that runs from Kabul southwest to Kandahar, then northwest to Herat, northeast to Mazar-e Sharif, and southeast to Kabul. Cities have formed where major routes intersect.

Thirty-two languages and dialects are spoken in Afghanistan. Dari (a form of Persian) is spoken widely and has several dialects. It is similar to the Farsi spoken in Iran and Tajik spoken in Tajikistan. Pashtu has two major variants and many dialects.

Religion

Afghanistan is an Islamic society; 84 percent of the population follows the Sunni tradition, 15 percent of the population follows the Shi’a tradition, and 1 percent of the population follows other traditions. However, Islam has not been a unifying force that has overcome ethnic differences. Local religious leaders are often not well educated. The level of religious observation varies, but most Afghans profess a strong adherence to the Islamic faith.

 

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TOP-SECRET from the CIA – Berlin – A city torn apart

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From the end of World War II in 1945, the question of Berlin’s status 90 miles within the Deutsche Demokratische Republik (East Germany) and the Soviet Union’s zone of occupation, along with the status of Germany among the community of nations, remained a source of tension between the East and West. Premier Khrushchev continued to push President Eisenhower and the other Western leaders for resolution of the issue.

 

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CONFRIDENTIAL – ATF American/Canadian Northern Border Extremists like Ku Klux Klan

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According to information obtained via the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the number of hate groups operating with the United States has risen and continues to rise. In 2006, law enforcement intelligence and SPLC information counted 844 organizations in 2007; this number has risen to 888, an increase of approximately 4.7 percent. This number may seem small; however, during an 8-year time period, this has translated into a 48-percent jump in the number
of groups since 2000, when there were 602 hate groups operating in the United States, according to research by the intelligence project of the SPLC. Much of the expansion has been driven by hate groups’ exploitation of the issue of illegal immigration, which most Americans see as a pressing concern. This overview addresses the issue of American and Canadian extremism in Canada and in those States that fall along the American-Canadian border.

Federal law enforcement officials believe White supremacists and other hate groups consist of some of the most violent and dangerous domestic organizations because of their willingness to act on their hatred. While traditional targets of hate groups have been African Americans and Jews, White supremacists have enhanced their focus in recent years to include homosexuals, prochoice advocates, Hispanics, and Asians.

America, unfortunately, has no shortage of extremists. Some come from the far right, in the
form of racist and anti-Semitic hate groups or anti-government extremists. Others come from the
far left, which include environmental and animal rights extremists.
At the same time as the United States enacted its Hate Crimes Statistics Act of 1990, which
lobbied to recognize the impact of crimes motivated by hatred, hate crimes commenced in
Canada. Although the term hate crime is commonly used today, little consensus exists as to its
exact meaning. Although most definitions list a number of identifiable traits based on race,
religion, and ethnicity, differences remain.

To date, more than 40 States have enacted hate crime legislation. Of these, 21 States and the
District of Columbia also include sexual orientation as a protected status.

In Canada, some of these definitional issues are currently being addressed. To date, Canada has
no centralized system for collecting national police-reported statistics relating to hate-motivated
crimes. Offenders of hate crimes have been associated with organizations such as Neo Nazis,
Skinheads, and the Ku Klux Klan. At the root of extremism are radical ideologies and religious
beliefs, held in anger and frustration, which can lead to violent acts ranging from hate crimes to
terrorism.

Hate and extremist activity are also flourishing through new electronic avenues such as the
Internet. Monitoring this activity at both the national and international levels remains difficult at
best in both Canada and the United States.

Rightwing Extremists

Rightwing extremists reject Federal Authority and are in favor of State or local government.
They are concerned with preserving the Constitution, including their right to liberty and privacy.
These extremists are nationalistic and may embrace racist views or multiple belief systems. This
group consists of the following:

• Militias – Origins mid to late 1993

The militia movement is a relatively new rightwing extremist movement consisting of armed
paramilitary groups, both formal and informal, with an anti-government, conspiracy-oriented
ideology. Militia groups began to form shortly after the deadly standoff at Waco, Texas, in
1993. By the spring of 1995, they had spread to almost every State. Many members of militia
groups have since been arrested, usually on weapons, explosives, and conspiracy charges.
Although the militia movement has declined in strength from its peak in early 1996, it remains
an active movement, especially in the Midwest, and continues to cause a number of problems for
law enforcement.

• White Supremacists

Groups or individuals that believe Caucasians/Aryans are intellectually and morally superior to
other races and use their racist ideology to commit crimes, acts of violence, and terrorism are
called White supremacists. Most advocate racial separation and segregation. White
supremacists are broken down generally into six types: Neo-Nazi, Ku Klux Klan, Christian
Identity, Skinhead, Odinist, or Racist Prison Gangs. The largest two are briefly described below.

To effectively combat the growing violence of the White racist, law enforcement agencies must
continue to cooperate and communicate. Supremacists are transient in nature, and it is not
uncommon for members to travel from city to city committing crimes. Skinheads in particular
have a belief that a crime committed in a locality other than their own is likely to go unnoticed
by law enforcement. Typically their criminal activity is often centered around a major event,
such as a march, rally, or skinhead concert.

Although there was deterioration in the formal structure of these groups in the last few years,
evidence suggests hate group organization is definitely on the rise in Canada. The Canadian
White supremacist community has been scattered and without formal leadership for the last few
years, but Internet recruitment has allowed individuals to align themselves with pre-established
hate groups in urban areas in both Canada and the United States.

It seems as though small arms and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) are the weapons of
choice for supremacists/extremists because they are widely available and easy to construct and
use. Some groups have shown an increased interest since September 11, 2001, in using
chemical, biological, and radiological weapons, raising law enforcement concerns that these
groups may pursue different methods of attack in the future.

The animal and environmental extremists believe companies are responsible for the destruction
of animal habitats and natural resources. In the last couple of years arson has become the tool
most widely used by animal rights and eco-terrorist groups. Law enforcement can become
proactive by identifying and locating logical targets (i.e. construction sites causing
environmental controversies or facilities that use animals for testing) and consider initiating
liaisons with these targets. Law enforcement has made strides prosecuting cells, but has been
unable to end the arsons directed toward housing developments in the United States and Canada.
The abortion issue will continue to be a political topic in the years to come. ATF will continue
to monitor violent (i.e. arsons/bombing) incidents directed toward reproductive healthcare
centers.

In conclusion, there appears to be a significant number of domestic extremist groups operating in
Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Michigan, and Washington. The main ideology of these groups
is the supremacy of the White race with disrespect toward the U.S. Government. To date, there
are estimated to be more than 600 members of the neo-Nazi skinhead movement in Canada.
While their numbers declined in the late 1980s, the trend was reversed in the 1990s. With
immigration an issue of the upcoming U.S. Presidential election, law enforcement could expect
to see even more of an increase in hate crimes. It should also be noted that mergers of Canadian
and U.S. groups may possibly take place between racist groups operating along the border as the
United States will have its first African-American President taking office in January 2009.

 

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ANONYMOUS and Stratfor’s “private client list

Could this be Stratfor’s “private client list”? And what kind of info do you think we have on them?

 

anonymous targets – one in a series of targets they say will last all week – a private security firm called STRATFOR. from news site RT:
Anonymous hacks and discredits STRATFOR intelligence company

­The global intelligence company Strategic Forecasting, Inc has been hacked by Anonymous group. Anonymous claim to have dumped a heap of information from the server, including internal correspondence and credit card data. AnonymouSabu tweeted “Over 90,000 Credit cards from LEA, journalists, intelligence community and whitehats leaked and used for over a million dollars in donations.” Hackers also defaced Stratfor’s website, forcing the administrators to shut down the web server for some 40 minutes. Stratfor has released a statement to its clients about the security breach, saying that they are “diligently investigating the extent to which the subscriber information may have been obtained.” A number of large corporations and government agencies are among the clients of Strategic Forecasting, which provides strategic intelligence on global business, economic, security and geopolitical affairs. Anonymous have not released the complete list of Stratfor’s clients yet, but mentioned that the United States Air Force, Goldman Sachs investment bank, and financial broker MF Global were on the list.

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Company:         Cognitive Investments LLC
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Company:         Colliers International
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Company:         Consultiera
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Company:         Consultoria Estrategica Primer Circulo, S.C.
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Company:         Contingent Macro Advisors LLC
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Company:         Corporacion REY S.A.
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Company:         Cottonfield Family Office AG
Company:         Cougar Global Investment
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Company:         Covepoint Capital Advisors
Company:         Coyote Oilfield Consulting Ltd.
Company:         CR
Company:         Crain’s Detroit Business
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Company:         Crane Realty
Company:         Credit Libanais SAL
Company:         Credit Suisse
Company:         Credit Suisse
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Company:         Credit Suisse
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Company:         Crisis Management Initiative
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Company:         Custom Concrete Co
Company:         Custom Direct LLC
Company:         Cyrte Investments
Company:         Cyrte Investments
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Company:         D-8 Organization
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Company:         D.B. Root & Company, Inc.
Company:         D&D Securities Inc.
Company:         Dallas Federal Reserve Bank
Company:         Dan Aridor Holdings Ltd
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Company:         Danneberg Oil Ltd
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Company:         DataSphere, LLC
Company:         DataView LLC
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Company:         David Anderson Financial Planning, LLC
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Company:         Davutoglu Avukatlik Burosu Attorneys at Law
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Company:         DCF Capital
Company:         De Lage Landen Financial Services, Inc.
Company:         DE Shaw
Company:         De Stefano Wealth Management
Company:         DEALGLOBAL SERVICIOS S.A.
Company:         Deane Retirement Strategies
Company:         Debt Settlement Associates, LLC
Company:         Decipher Securities
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Company:         Defense Intelligence Agency
Company:         DEFINE CREATIONS
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Company:         Del Oil
Company:         Dell
Company:         Dell Inc
Company:         Deloitte
Company:         Deloitte
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Company:         Department of Energy
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Company:         Deutsche Bank
Company:         Deutsche Bank
Company:         Deutsche Bank
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Company:         Deutsche Bank AG
Company:         Deutsche Bank AG Hong Kong Branch
Company:         Development Plus
Company:         Development Research Associates
Company:         Development Solutions, Inc.
Company:         Devonshire Investors
Company:         Dexter Oilfield Inc.
Company:         DFI
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Company:         DHL
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Company:         DHRC
Company:         DHS International Advisors LLC
Company:         DHS/TSA
Company:         Diablo Health Company
Company:         DIAM U.S.A., Inc.
Company:         Diamond Hill Investment Group, Inc.
Company:         DIARIO PANORAMA
Company:         Dickson Financial Group
Company:         DigiscanUSA LLC
Company:         Digital Analysis & Graphics, Inc.
Company:         Digital Bear Consulting
Company:         Digital Solutions & Video Inc
Company:         Dillon Aero Inc.
Company:         Dimension Capital Management
Company:         DINACIE
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Company:         Diversified Mortgage
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Company:         Doctors Without Borders
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Company:         Wells Capital Management
Company:         Wells Fargo
Company:         Wells Fargo
Company:         Wells Fargo Investments
Company:         WER Global Services, LLC
Company:         Werlinich Asset Management
Company:         Wesley Capitol CO Barclays Cap
Company:         West Africa Transport Corporation
Company:         West Central Cooperative
Company:         West Ellis Investment Management
Company:         West End Avenue Advisors LLC
Company:         West Point Grey Academy
Company:         Western Mutual Ins. Grp
Company:         Western Union
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Company:         Westfall Surgery Center
Company:         Westford Asset Management LLC
Company:         WestLB
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Company:         Weston Capital Management
Company:         Weston County
Company:         WestPac Banking Corp
Company:         WestPan Associates
Company:         Westport Petroleum, Inc
Company:         Wetherby Asset Management
Company:         WGFleming, LLC
Company:         Whatcom County, WA
Company:         White & Case LLP
Company:         White Oak Investment
Company:         White Pines Group
Company:         White Rock, Inc.
Company:         Whitney, Wetzel & Kuether, LLC
Company:         WiJo Capital LLP
Company:         Wild Cat Ranch
Company:         Wilkison Investment Services
Company:         William Blair & Company
Company:         William Fell Consultants
Company:         Williams & Co
Company:         Williams and Williams
Company:         Williamson Research & Solutions
Company:         Willkie Farr & Gallagher
Company:         Willowbend Software
Company:         Willowbridge Associates
Company:         Wilpon Investors
Company:         wilson & associates
Company:         Wilson Financial Group LLC
Company:         Wimco
Company:         Winning Writers
Company:         Winton duPont Films
Company:         Wintonbury Risk Management
Company:         Wipfli, LLP
Company:         Wisconsin University
Company:         Wisuschil & Partner – Rechtsanw‰lte
Company:         WitmarkEnteprises
Company:         WJS Business Consulting Inter
Company:         WMundell Consultores
Company:         woodgundy
Company:         Woodside Capital
Company:         Woodside Energy Ltd
Company:         Woori Investment & Securities
Company:         Woosh Wireless Ltd
Company:         Worcester & Associates
Company:         World Affairs Council of South Texas
Company:         World Airways, Inc.
Company:         World Bank
Company:         World Economic Forum
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Company:         World Health Organization
Company:         World Vision
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TOP-SECRET – (U//FOUO) LulzSec Release: DHS National Socialist Movement NAZI Reference Aid

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(U) Overview

(U//FOUO) The National Socialist Movement (NSM) USPER is the most active neo-Nazi group operating in the United States. It has grown from a small organization with a limited following confined to the mid-western United States to the preeminent National Socialist group in the nation. Despite having recently suffered a defection of several regional leaders, NSM remains an influential force within white supremacist circles and the only major racist group that eschews all attempts to distance its methods and objectives from those of the Third Reich. NSM has a reputation for conducting numerous public rallies that have triggered a violent response, including a riot in Toledo, Ohio, in October 2005.

(U) Description

(U//FOUO) The National Socialist Movement (NSM) is the largest neo-Nazi organization in the United States. Founded in 1974 by two former members of the American Nazi PartyUSPER, NSM claims that it is the only  “legitimate” Nazi party operating in the United States. Although active since 1974, NSM only became a major player in the white supremacist movement in the late 1990s and has had its greatest period of growth over the past three years. This growth likely resulted from the collapse of other prominent neo-Nazi groups such as the National AllianceUSPER and Aryan NationsUSPER.

(U) Ideology and Objectives

(U//FOUO) NSM promotes the ideology of traditional National Socialism, which is a mix of racism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, rabid anti-communism, and white supremacy. NSM seeks to transform the United States into a National Socialist state that would deny all rights to Jews, nonwhites, and gays. NSM also advocates the mass deportation of all illegal immigrants, the militarization of the Mexican border, the end of all foreign aid, and the severing of all ties with Israel.

(U) Symbology

(U//FOUO) NSM patterns its uniforms after those of the Third Reich’s Wehrmacht and the Waffen SS. The armbands, shoulder boards, and collar insignia used by NSM are replicas of those worn by the military units and political officers of Nazi Germany. NSM also uses many forms of Nazi symbols and imagery in its propaganda.

(U) Active Membership

(U//FOUO) Although NSM has small chapters operating throughout the country, over half of its estimated active membership is based in the Midwest, primarily in Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin. Another large concentration of NSM members operates in the Southwestern United States, centered mainly in Arizona and Nevada. There are an estimated 300 active NSM members along with a similar number of associates that are active on NSM’s various Internet forums. Online members have little direct involvement with the group.

(U) Financial Support

(U//FOUO) All active NSM members as well as new recruits are required to contribute monthly dues to help sustain the organization. NSM also generates a great deal of its revenue from sponsoring white power rock concerts and from the sale of racist music CDs, DVDs, video games, and other white power paraphernalia. NSM conducts much of their sales through its own music distributor, NSM88Records. The group uses funding to further their political ambitions, propaganda mechanisms, and various commercial enterprises that sell Nazi regalia and memorabilia.

(U) Targets of Actions

(U//FOUO) To date, NSM confines its activities primarily to conducting a series of high profile public rallies and marches targeting minority neighborhoods, illegal immigrants, and U.S. support to Israel. In several instances, these activities have triggered violent confrontations between protestors opposing NSM and law enforcement attempting to preserve public order. During an October 2005 march in Toledo, Ohio, police were unable to prevent local residents from rioting for several hours following the NSM rally. The disturbances resulted in the arrest of 120 rioters and the destruction of several local businesses. Toledo’s mayor was forced to restore order by imposing a curfew.

(U) Criminal Activity

(U//FOUO) There is little or no evidence that NSM, as an organization, is engaged in any organized criminal activity. A large number of current and former members of NSM, however, have engaged in sporadic criminal acts that are unrelated to their involvement with the group. NSM members have committed a wide range of crimes to include: murder, kidnapping, rape, domestic violence, pedophilia, burglary, trespassing, and narcotics possession.

 

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CONFIDENTIAL -Nazi Victims Call for Investigation into Vatican Laundering of Stolen Assets

In this  file photo a nun walks past a branch of Credito Artigiano’s bank in Rome. Italian prosecutors contest claims by the Vatican bank that it is trying to comply with international rules to fight money laundering, saying an investigation that led to the seizure of euros 23 million ($30 million) from a Vatican bank account shows “exactly the opposite,” according to a court document obtained. An Italian court on Wednesday rejected a Vatican request to lift the seizure, leading the Vatican to express “astonishment” at the court’s ruling and indicating the case will not be cleared up quickly, as the Vatican originally predicted. Under the investigation, financial police seized the money Sept. 21 from a Vatican bank account at the Rome branch of Credito Artigiano Spa, after the bank informed the Bank of Italy about possible violations of anti-money laundering norms. (AP Photo/Angelo Carconi/Files)

Nazi Victims Ask EU to Probe Vatican on Looted Assets:

Holocaust survivors from the former Yugoslavia accused the Vatican of helping Nazi allies launder their stolen valuables and have asked the European Commission to investigate their claims.

“We are requesting the commission open an inquiry into allegations of money laundering of Holocaust victim assets by financial organs associated with or which are agencies of the Vatican City State,” Jonathan Levy, a Washington-based attorney for the survivors and their heirs, wrote in a letter to Olli Rehn, the European Union’s economic and monetary affairs commissioner. Levy provided the letter to Bloomberg.

The request follows a decade-long lawsuit in U.S. courts on behalf of Holocaust survivors and their heirs from the former Yugoslavia and Ukraine. That case, basing its claims on a U.S. State Department report on the fate of Nazi plunder, alleged that the Vatican Bank laundered assets stolen from thousands of Jews, gypsies and Serbs killed or captured by the Ustasha, the Nazi-backed regime of wartime Croatia. The Vatican repeatedly denied the charges and the findings of the 1998 U.S. report.

Amadeu Altafaj, Rehn’s spokesman, said in Brussels today that the commission had received Levy’s letter and contacted Vatican authorities about it. Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi declined to comment on Levy’s request to the commission.

Vatican Immunity

The U.S. case, which sought as much as $2 billion in restitution, was dismissed last December by a U.S. appeals court in San Francisco on grounds that the Vatican Bank enjoyed immunity under the 1976 Foreign Service Immunities Act, which may prevent foreign governments from facing lawsuits in the U.S.

The commission should have the authority to probe the Institute for Religious Works, or IOR, as the Vatican Bank is called, according to Levy’s letter. It cites a monetary accord signed on Dec. 17 of last year. Under the agreement the Vatican, which uses the euro and issues euro coins, pledged to implement EU laws against money laundering, counterfeiting and fraud.

Rome prosecutors have also sought to show that the Vatican bank is covered under European law. Last month they seized 23 million euros ($32 million) from an Italian account registered to the IOR as they opened a probe into alleged violations of money-laundering laws by the Vatican Bank.

“We looked at all the places where the Vatican may have surrendered sovereignty,” Levy said in a telephone interview. “The only place we could find was with the euro, where they placed themselves under the jurisdiction of either the European Central Bank or the European Commission.”

Swiss Payout

Levy initially contacted the legal office of the Frankfurt- based ECB and was told to take the claim to the commission, he said. An ECB spokeswoman confirmed that after being contacted by Levy, the central bank advised him to go directly to the EU’s executive arm.

The U.S. lawsuit was first filed in 1999, one year after an official Swiss commission concluded that Switzerland received three times more gold taken from Nazi victims than previously estimated by the U.S. government. The same year, UBS AG and Credit Suisse AG, the biggest Swiss banks, agreed to pay $1.25 billion in compensation to Holocaust survivors and their heirs.

In his letter, Levy said “gold and other valuables” stolen in the “genocidal” murder of 500,000 Serbs, Jews and gypsies “were deposited at the Vatican in 1946,” according to “contemporaneous documents authored by Allied investigators” and “the sworn testimony of former U.S. Special Agent William Gowen.” He interviewed and investigated the Ustasha involved in transferring the loot while stationed in Rome after the war.

SECRET – Neo-Nazi Fantasy Border Patrol Pictures

The following photos are taken from the Flickr feed of the U.S. Border Guard, a group with an official-sounding name that is, in reality, comprised of volunteers who patrol the border in Arizona. The group’s patrols are led by J.T. Ready, who has openly defended his views as a neo-Nazi. All titles and captions are taken, unaltered, from the group’s Flickr feed.  Some people believe that J.T. Ready is an FBI informant.

 

The following photos are taken from the Flickr feed of the U.S. Border Guard, a group with an official-sounding name that is, in reality, comprised of volunteers who patrol the border in Arizona. The group’s patrols are led by J.T. Ready, who has openly defended his views as a neo-Nazi. All titles and captions are taken, unaltered, from the group’s Flickr feed.  Some people believe that J.T. Ready is an FBI informant.

U.S.A. parks liberated by USBG

The USBG is liberating terrorist occupied lands so that families, boy & girl scouts, church groups, 4×4 clubs, astronomy stargazing groups, bird watchers, hunters, anglers, ranchers, photographers, and all Americans and legal tourists can once again enjoy our beautiful Sonoran desert.

Calling in Grid Coordinates

Attention to detail is critical in documenting smuggler activity. New “sign” in noted and maps are updated. Law Enforcement officials are provided time sensitive eyes on recon by dedicated USBG volunteers as the fluid situation in the FEBA is constantly changing.

Night Ops

 

USBG volunteers pose for a moment in a cleared area known for heavy smuggler activity.

 

Anti-Gang Operations II

 

Illicit drugs and gangs go hand in hand. Border Rangers document drug and gang activity in the patrol area. Mysteriously, gang claims on public and private property are often found exxed out after USBG Gang Task Force members have been in the vacinity.

 

Cave Reconnaissance

 

USBG deploys individuals with a vast array of skill sets. Covert Operators who may still be employed by various governmental agencies often conceal their identity during photographic documentation of Recon Patrols.

 

Border 12

Narco-Terrorist chemically fueled on meth utilize ski masks even in the arid 115 degree desert temperatures to conceal their identities. Here a USBG border ranger displays one such mask after occupying smuggler camp.

Border 5

Weapons pointed outboard: 11 UDAs are rescued from the seering hot desert and USBG volunteers stand guard until PSCO & Border Patrol arrive after translating that the UDAs had heard a firefight between Narco-Terrorists north of their position.

Border 4

An Apache scout volunteering for the USBG gives much needed hydration to a UDA found abandoned by his human smuggler who had pocketed over $2,000.00 from him.

Smuggler Corridor

 

A group of armed citizens opened back up a national nature monument which the local sheriff had surrendered to the drug cartel’s Narco-Terrorists during: Operation LINE IN THE SAND

 

Taking Back American Soil

 

Recreational areas of the U.S. taken over by Narco-Terrorists and abandoned by U.S. officials is now being taken back by heavily armed US Border Guard Border Rangers during Operation: ANVIL.

 

UDA Pick Up

Border Patrol agent provides a air-conditioned ride to safety for these abandoned UDAs located by US Border Guard recon patrol of this remote area.

Captured UDA

 

3 live UDA smugglers (Undocumented Aliens) were captured and turned over to Border Patrol after receiving emergency medical attention by the Border Rangers.

 

USBG smuggler sniffing dog assists in location

Narco-Terrorists can run, but they will only die tired. The desert is hot, unforgiving, and the relentless Border Rangers will never surrender our land to dangerous foreign criminals.

US Border Guard Night Patrol

 

All night patrols are common sacrifices made by the dedicated US Border Guard team members as well as conducting LRRP- Long Range Reconnaissance Patrols, which may last for days at a time.

 

Dead UDA Smuggler

 

1 UDA smuggler did not make it and the homicide scene was secured by USBG Rangers and Maricopa County Sheriff’s deputies while the corpse turned over to Maricopa County Coroner’s Office.

 

Disarmed UDAs treated Humainly

Narco-Smugglers who discard their arms and surrender accordingly, are treated with human dignity until taken into custody. Narco-Mules are often happy just to be alive. The drug cartel is known to often murder their human mules rather than pay them after their chemical warfare agents (illicit drugs) are smuggled into the country.

Border 11

USBG locates a Narco-Smuggler load site near a road and notifies local law enforcement of the exact location.

USBG works with interesting Agents

 

Identity of multi-ethnic Border Patrol motorized recon scout remains protected by Border Ranger as he proudly poses after an area search for enemy personell and illicit drugs.

CONFIDENTIAL – Purported List of Israeli War Criminals Names and Information

The following information was anonymously published on a website (http://israeliwarcriminals.zzl.org) that is no longer accessible. It was accompanied by the following message:

The following information was received anonymously; presumably from a member of the Israeli Military. It was presented as follows:Underlining the following people is an act of retribution and affront. They are the direct perpetrators, agents for the state of Israel that in Dec.- Jan. 2008- 2009 attacked scores of people in the besieged Gaza. The people listed here held positions of command at the time of the attack therefore not only did they perform on behalf of a murderous state mechanism but actively encouraged other people to do the same. They bear a distinctive personal responsibility. They range from low-level field commanders to the highest echelons of the Israeli army.

All took an active and direct role in the offensive.

In underlining them we are purposefully directing attention to individuals rather than the static structures through which they operate. We are aligning people with actions. It is to these persons and others, Like them, to which we must object and bring our plaints to
bear upon.

This information was pirated. We encourage people to seek out other such similar information, it is readily available in the public sphere and
inside public officials’ locked cabinets. This is a form of resistance that can be effectively sustained for a long while.

This project for one, has only just begun, do your bit so that this virtual list may come to bear upon the physical.

Disseminate widely.

Picture

תמונה

Name

שם

Rank

דרגה

Position

תפקיד

Date of
Birth

תאריך
לידה

ID
Number

מספר
תעודת זהות

Address

כתובת

Agai
Yehezkel

אגאי יחזקאל

Brigadier
General

תא”ל

 

Head of
the Armored Corps

קצין שריון
ראשי

19/04/66
22380406

 

26
Inbar st.

Caesarea

30889

ענבר
26

קיסריה

30889

Aharon
Haliwa

אהרן חליוה

Colonel

אל”מ

Head of
“Bahad 1″ (officer training academy)

מפקד
בית הספר לקצינים בה”ד 1

12/10/67
23050578

Alex
Shakliar

אלכס שקליאר

Second
Lieutenant

סג”מ

Nesher
Field Inteligence Battalion, Squad Commander

גדוד
מודיעין השדה נשר,
מפקד
צוות

12/12/87
304074636
Amir Ulo

אמיר אולו

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Yahalom
Engineering Battalion Commander

מפקד גדוד
ההנדסה יהלם

09/05/71
28542900
62 Hagai
st.

Har Adar

90836

הגיא
62

הר אדר

90836

Amir
Abstein

אמיר אבשטיין

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

7th
Regiment, 75 Romach Battalion Commander

חטיבה
7
מגד
75
רומח

28/03/73 16436917

21
Yahalom st.

Modi’in-Maccabim-Re’ut

71725

יהלום
21

מודיעין
מכבים
רעות

71725

Amir
Shimon Eshel

אמיר שמעון
אשל

 

Major
General

אלוף

Head of
the Planning Directorate

ראש אגף התכנון

04/04/59
55652846
# 78

Kidron

70795

קידרון
78

70795

Amos
Yadlin

עמוס ידלין

Major
General

אלוף

Head of
Intelligence Directorate

ראש אמן

20/11/51 51112027
11
Smadar st.

Karmei
Yosef

99797

סמדר 11

כרמי יוסף

99797

Anna
Strelski

אנה סטרלסקי

Sergeant

סמלת

Bislmach
Infantry Training Academy, Mortar Commander

ביסלמח
(בית
ספר למקצועת החיר),
מפקדת
מרגמות

22/09/88
309313674

 

Anton
Siomin

אנטון סיומין

L:ieutenant
(Reserve)

סגן
(מיל‘)

Paratroopers
202 Zefa, Company Deputy Commander

צנחנים
202
צפע,
סמפ

22/12/84

 

324417930

חיפה

Haifa

Aram
Zehavi

ארם זהבי

Captain

סרן

601
Assaf Engineering Battalion, Company Commander

03/09′/81 43249036

 

Ariel
Brickman

אריאל בריקמן

Colonel

אל”מ

Hazor”
Air Force Base Commander

מפקד בסיס חיל
האוויר חצור

01/01/64
58497306

Machane
Tali

Mizpe
Ramon

80600

מחנה טלי

מצפה רמון

80600

Ariel
Karo

אריאל קארו

Brigadier
General

תא”ל

Head of
Field Intelligence Corps

קצין מודיעין
שדה ראשי

01/01/65

 

22136576

73
Herzl st.

Kefar
Sava

44213

הרצל
73

כפר סבא

44213

Ariel
Rifkin

אריאל ריפקין

Sergeant
Major

רסל

601
Assaf engineering Battalion, Heavy Engineering Team Work manager
(D-9 operators)

גדוד
צמ”ה 601
אסף
(מפעילי
D-9),
מנהל
עבודות

19/07/79 37287497
Ariel
Yochanan

אריאל יוחנן

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Paratroopers
101 Peten Batallion Commander (as replacement)

צנחנים,
מגד101
פתן
(ממלא
מקום
)

22/09/73 25244492

#
91 Machane Adi

(Nevatim)

8554

מחנה
עדי 91

(נבטים
)

85540

Arnon
Avital

ארנון אביטל

Lieutenant

סגן

401
Regiment 9 Eshet, Deputy Company Commander

חטיבה
401
גדוד
9
עשת,
סמפ

27/08/85
37079779
Assaf
Bryt

אסף בריט

Captain
(Reserve)

סרן
(מיל‘)

Golani
Reconnaissance Battalion, Squad Commander

גדסר
גולני,
מפקד
צוות

07/11/1979 37414240

Avi
Balut

אבי בלוט

 

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Paratroopers
101 Peten Battalion Commander

צנחנים,
מגד
101
פתן

12/09/74 31795750 66
Yisaschar st.

Modi’in-Maccabim-Re’ut

71724

יששכר
66

מודיעין
מכבים
רעות

71724

Avi
Bnayahu

אבי בניהו

Brigadier
general

תא”ל

Military
Spokesperson

דובר
צהל

11/07/77
33809724

 

Lehavot
Haviva

38835

להבות
חביבה

38835

Avi
Mizrakhi

אבי מזרחי

Major
General

אלוף

Commander
of the Ground Forces

מפקד זרוע
היבשה

26/12/57
55006639

14
Sheshet st.

Zikhron
Ya’akov

30900

ששת
הימים 14

זכרון יעקוב

30900

Avi
Peled

אבי
פלד

 

Colonel

אל”מ

 

Golani
Regiment Commander

מפקד
חטיבת גולני

 

01/11/69
24638306

 

24
Shivtei Israel st.

Modi’in-Maccabim-Re’ut

71700

שבטי
ישראל
24

מודיעיןמכביםרעות

71700

 

Aviad
Perri

אביעד
פרי

Lieutenant

סגן

401
Rregiment 71 Reshef, Platoon Commander

חטיבה401
גדוד
71
רשף,
ממ

27/04/87 300409752
Aviel
Siman-Tov

אביאל
סימןטוב

Captain

סרן

Givati
424 Shaked, Company Commander

גבעתי
424
שקד,
מפ

19/12/84 36541704 49
Shlomo Hamelech st.

Tel Aviv

64386

שלמה
המלך49

תל אביב

64386

Avihay
Wizman

אביחי ויזמן

Captain

סרן

Golani
12 Barak, Company Commander

גולני
12
ברק,
מפ

27/04/85 21544416
Avihu
Ben Zahar

אביהו בן זכר

Lieutenant

סגן

Givaati
432 Tsabar, Platoon Commander

גבעתי
432
צבר,
ממ

14/04/87 300751518
Avishay
Levi

אבישי לוי

Brigadier
General

תא”ל

Head of
Air Force Intelligence

ראש להק מודיעין
בחיל האוויר

02/12/63 58430992

27
Givat Halevuna st.

Modi’in
Maccabim Re’ut

71799

גבעת
הלבונה 27

מודיעין
מכבים
רעות

71799

Avishay
Shasha

אבישי שאשא

Lieutenant

סגן

 

Nurit”
Artillery Battery, Squad Commander

סוללת
תותחנים נורית“,
מפקד
צוות

15/10/87
301178984

 

Aviv
Edri

אביב עודרי

Captain

סרן

Paratroopers
Reconnaissance Battalion, Squad Commander

גדסר
צנחנים,
מפקד
צוות

20/07/84 66444779
1180
Merhavim st.

Dimona

86176

מרחבים
1180

דימונה

86176

Aviv
Kochavi

אביב כוכבי

Brigadier
general

תא”ל

Head of
the Operations Division

ראש חטיבת
המבצעים

23/04/64
58741323
# 249

Adi

17940

עדי
249

17940

Aviv
Mendelowitz

אביב מנדלוביץ

Major

רס”ן

Gaza
Division, Deputy Commander of Artillery

אוגדת
עזה,
סגן
מפקד הארטילריה

17/01/81
40882888
# 2
Shaked neighborhood

Yerucham

80500

שכונת
שקד 2

ירוחם

80500

Baruch
(Barry) Berlinsky

ברוך
(ברי)
ברלינסקי

 

Second
Lieutenant

סגמ

Golani
Reconnossaince Batallion, Squad Commander

גדסר
גולני
,
מפקד
צוות

16/08/86
300046588
Basam
Alian

בסאם עליאן

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Deputy
Commander of the Northern Regiment in the Gaza division

סגן
מפקד החטיבה הצפונית באוגדת עזה

26/11/73 26458588 Shfaram

20200

שפרעם

20200

Ben-Zion
(Benzi) Gruver

בןציון
(בנצי)
גרובר

Colonel
(reserve)

אל”מ
(מיל‘)

Deputy
Commander of a Reserve Division

סגן מפקד אוגדת
מילואים

02/10/58
55486237

44
Hagefen st.

Efrata

90435

הגפן
44

אפרתה

90435

Bnaya
Sarel

בניה שראל

Second
Lieutenant

סג”מ

Givaati
424 Shaked, Platoon Commander

גבעתי
424
שקד,
ממ

24/08/87
301071320

 

66
Bne Beitcha st.

 

Givaat
Hacharsina

 

Kiryat
Arba

90100

בנה
ביתך
66

גבעת
החרסינה

קרית
ארבע

90100

Boaz
Dabush

בועז דבוש

Staff
Sergeant Major

רס”מ

601
Assaf engineering Battalion, Heavy Engineering Team Work manager
(D-9 operators)

גדוד
צמ”ה 601
אסף
(מפעילי
D-9),
מנהל
עבודות

02/08/71

 

28804276
#
10

 

Zeitan

 

71915

 

זיתן
10

71915

Boaz
Rubin

בועז רובין

Captain
(reserve)

סרן
(מיל‘)

Hanegev
Reserve Regiment, Deputy Company Commnader

חטיבת
המילואים הנגב,
סמפ

11/09/77
34233114 4 Stefen
Zweig st.

Tel-Aviv

69642

סטפן
צוויג 4

תל אביב

69642

Boris
Schuster

בוריס שוסטר

Major

רסן

Commander
of a “Dabur” Navy Flotilla

מפקד שייטת
דבורים בחיל הים

12/02/81 309209070 Ashkelon

אשקלון

Dado
Bar-Kalifa

דדו
ברכליפא

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Givati
424 Shaked Battalion Commander

גבעתי,
מגד
424
שקד

20/08/76 33193061 114
Sderot Hagalil st.

Bat-Hefer

42842

שדרות
הגליל 114

בתחפר

42842

Dan
Dolberg

דן דולברג

Second
Lieutenant

סגמ

401
Regiment 46 Shelach, Company Commander

חטיבה
401
גדוד
46
שלח,
ממ

15/04/89

 

300257755

 

Yavne

יבנה

Dan
Harel

דן הראל

Major
general

אלוף

Deputy
Chief of Staff

סגן
הרמטכל

17/02/55

 

53312690
13 Erez
st.

Modi’in-Maccabim-Re’ut

71908

ארז
מר
13

מודיעיןמכביםרעות

71908

Daniel
Kotler

דניאל קוטלר

Second
Lieutenant

סג”מ

Givaati
424 Shaked, Operations Officer

גבעתי
424
שקד,
קצינת
מבצעים

 

10/08/88
301894911
David
Shapira

דוד שפירא

Major

רסן

Paratroopers
202 Zefa, Platoon Commander

צנחנים
202
צפע,
מפ

14/11/78 35716711 6
Shoshana Poliakov st.

Jerusalem

96106

שושנה
פוליאקוב 6

ירושלים

96106

David
Slovozkoi

דוד סלובוצקוי

Captain

סרן

Givati
424 Shaked, Company Commander

גבעתי
424
שקד,
מפ

 

07/06/85 304511173
David
Zini

דוד
זיני

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Golani,
Commander of Egoz Unit

גולני,
מפקד
יחידת אגוז

09/01/74 25627266
Dvir
Diamond

דביר דיאמונד

Lieutenant

סגן

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Platoon Commander

צנחנים
101
פתן,
ממ

16/06/86

 

29986791

 

ראס אל עמוד

Ras- El-
Amud

Eden
Atias

עדן אטיאס

Colonel

אלמ

Commander
of Nevatim Air Force Base

מפקד בסיס חיל
האוויר נבטים

09/10/66 22665954
Machane
Adi

(Nevatim)

80700

מחנה עדי

(נבטים)

80700

Efraim
Aviad Tehila

אפרים
אביעד תהילה

Lieutenant

סגן

 

Golani
Egoz, Deputy Company Commander

גולני
אגוז
,
סמפ

31/12/84

39764287 #37

Moshav
Zafria

60932

צפריה
37

,

60932

Efraim
Avni

אפרים אבני

Captain

סרן

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Company Commander

צנחנים
101
פתן,
מפ

06/10/81

43239698
Eitan
Ben-Gad

איתן
בן
גד

Major

רס”ן

Paratroopers,
Operations Officer

צנחנים,
קצין
אג
מ

02/03/75
32273542
29
Aliyat Hanoar st.

Jerusalem

97234

עליית
הנוער
29

ירושלים

97234

Elad
Chachkis

אלעד
צצקיס

Major

רסן

Commander
of the “Hetz” Navy Vessel

מפקד אחי
חץ

20/07/80 40288151

 

Elad
Itzik

אלעד
איציק

Second
Lieutenant

סג”מ

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Communications Officer

צנחנים
101
פתן,
קצין
תקשו
ב

27/11/86 29991338
Elad
Shoshan

אלעד שושן

Captain

סרן

Paratroopers
Reconnaissance Unit, Squad Commander

גדסר
צנחנים,
מפקד
צוות

14/10/81
46222980
Elad
Yakobson

אלעד יעקובסון

Captain
(reserve)

סרן
(מיל‘)

Paratroopers
202 Zefa, Company Commander

צנחנים
202
צפע,
מפ

25/03/80 37263308
Eli
Fadida

אלי פדידה

Staf
Sergeant

סמר

402
Reshef Artillery Battalion, Squad Commander

גדוד
תותחנים402
רשף,
מפקד
צוות

23/04/88 200661783
Eli Yafe

אלי יפה

Brigadier
General

תא”ל

Head of
the Operations Division

רח”ט מבצעים

11/01/57 54649173 4 Ela
st.

Kokhav
Yair

44864

אלה
4

כוכב יאיר

44864

Eliezer
Alfred Marom (Chiney)

אליעזר
אלפרד מרום (צייני)

Major
General

אלוף

Navy
Commander

מפקד חיל הים

13/11/55
53227492

 

1
Orvanit st.

Zikhron
ya’akov

30900

עורבנית
1

זכרון יעקוב

30900

Eliezer
Shkedi

אליעזר שקדי

Major
General

אלוף

Former
Air force Commander, Co-Authored the Operation

לשעבר
מפקד חיל האוויר,
השתתף
בתכנון המבצע

10/08/57
54898903

 

2 Seora
st.

Yehud

56475

שעורה
2

יהוד

56475

Elik
Sror

אליק סרור

Captain

סרן

 

Givaati
424 Shaked, Company Commander

גבעתי
424
שקד,
מפ

19/07/83 37747391

Eran
Karisi

ערן קריסי

Lietenant
Colonel

סאל

Lahav
603 Engineering Battalion Commander

מפקדגדוד
ההנדסה 603
להב

08/02/75 32264731

Erez
Sa’adon

Lietenant
Colonel

סאל

401
Regiment, 52 Habokim Battalion Commander

חטיבה
401,
מגד
52
הבוקעים

21/11/1975 32347890
Eyal Ben
Haim

אייל בן חיים

Major
(Reserve)

רסן
(מיל‘)

500
Regiment, Deputy Company Commander

חטיבה
500,
סמפ

05/02/71 27963461

#
11,

Bizron

60946

ביצרון
11

60946

Eyal
Eizenberg

אייל אייזנברג

Brigadier
General

תא”ל

Gaza
Division Commander

מפקד אוגדת
עזה

19/04/63 58018532 # 152

Ben
Shemen

73115

בן
שמן 152

73115

Eyal
Handelman

אייל הנדלמן

Captain

סרן

3rd
Flotilla, Ordnance Officer

שייטת
3,
קצין
נשק

 

20/08/84

66629999

Eyal
Zukowsky

אייל
זוקובסקי

Captain

סרן

Golani
51 Habokim, Company Commander

גולני
51
הבוקעים,
מפ

27/11/83 65922197
Gaby
Ashkenazi

גבי אשכנזי

Leutenant
General

רבאלוף

Chief of
Staff

ראש המטה הכללי

25/02/54 52228764

 

44
Hakarmel st.

Kefar
Sava

44205

הכרמל
44

כפר סבא

44205

Gil Shen

גיל שן

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Commander
of “Maga Hakesem” Helicopter Unit

מפקד
טייסת המסוקים מגע
הקסם

12/10/69 24524589 12
Weizmann av.

Ramat-
Hasharon

47211

שדרות
ויצמן 12

רמת השרון

47211

Gur
Rozenblat

גור רוזנבלט

Captain

סרן

Givaati
435 Rotem, Company Commander

גבעתי
435
רותם,
מפ

05/07/73 25343484
# 335

Revava

44839

רבבה
335

44839

Gur
Schreibmann

גור
שרייבמן

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Givaati,
Reconnaissance Battalion
Commander

מפקד
גדסר
גבעתי

 

11/09/75 32394348

1
Emek Iron st.

Kefat
Sava

44627

עמק עירון 1

כפר סבא

44627

 

Guy
Givoni

גיא גבעוני

 

Lieutenant
(reserve)

סגן
(מיל‘)

Golani
13 Gideon, Artillery Coordination officer

גולני
13
גדעון,
קצין
שיתוף ארטילרי

05/03/85 36834521

Guy
Hazut

גיא חזות

 

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Deputy
Commander of the Paratroopers Regiment

סגן
מפקד חטיבת הצנחנים

03/05/71

 

28454650

Haggai
Amar

חגי עמר

Lietenant
Colonel

סאל

401
Regiment, 71 Reshef Battalion Commander

חטיבה
401
מגד71
רשף

16/05/75

31926819

#
228

Halamish

71945

חלמיש
228

71945

Hanan
(Yochanan) Schwartz

חנן
(יוחנן)
שוורץ

Captain

סרן

Givati
432 Zabar, Company Commander

גבעתי
432
צבר,
מפ

18/11/84 66363664
Harel
Knafo

הראל קנפו

Brigadier
General

תא”ל

Southern
Command, Chief of Staff

ראש מטה פיקוד
דרום

31/03/65
59206961

40
Yehuda st.

Modi’in-Maccabim-
Re’ut

71724

יהודה
40

מודיעין
מכבים
רעות

71724

Harel
Naaman

הראל
נעמן

Lieutenant

סגן

Golani
51 Habokim, Platoon Commander

גולני
51
הבוקעים,
ממ

07/08/86 37991189

 

Herzel
(Herzi) Halevi

הרצל
(הרצי)
הלוי

Colonel

אל”מ

Paratroopers
Regiment Commander

מחט
צנחנים

17/12/67
57207771

 

 

Hila
Yafe

הילה יפה

Major

רס”ן

Drone
Company Commander

מפקדת פלוגת
מזל”טים

24/03/82
43547967

 

Idan
Hamo

עידן חמו

Captain

סרן

188
Regiment 71 Reshef, Company Commander

חטיבה
188
גדוד
71
רשף,
מפ

04/03/83 39098843
Ido
Ender

עדו אנדר

Lieutenant

סגן

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Deputy Company Commander

צנחנים
101
פתן,
סמפ

22/06/86 21965363
Ido
Nechushtan

עדו נחושתן

Major
General

אלוף

Air
Force Commander

מפקד חיל האוויר

18/04/57
54744297

1
Yakionton st.

Yavne

81501

יקינטון
1

יבנה

81501

Ilan
Boger

אילן בוגר

Colonel

אלמ

Commander
of Ramat David Air-Force Base

מפקד
בסיס חיל האוויר רמת דוד

09/12/66 22807341
49 Lehi
st.

Ramat
Hasharon

לחי
49

רמת השרון

Ilan
Dikshtein

אילן דיקשטיין

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Kfir
93 Haruv, Battalion Commander

חרוב
מגד
93
כפיר

11/01/73
25093089
# 45

Eli

44828

עלי
45

44828

Ilan
Malka

אילן
מלכא

Colonel

אלמ

Givaati
Regiment Commander

מפקדחטיבת
גבעתי

21/12/67 23582752
Itamar
Ben Haim

איתמר
בן חיים

 

Major

רס”ן

Paratroopers
101 Peten Deputy Commander

צנחנים,
סמגד
101
פתן

15/07/78 34386045
Itamar
Cohen

איתמר כהן

Lieutenant

סגן

Givaati
435 Rotem, Deputy Company Commander

גבעתי
435
רותם,
סמפ

15/07/85 34592295

 

Itamar
Eitam

איתמר
איתם

Captain

סרן

Golani
51 Habokim, Company Commander

גולני51
הבוקעים,
מפ

18/03/81

 

40558439
# 38

Nov

12921

נוב38

12921

Itamar
Frenkel

איתמר פרנקל

Sergeant

סמל

Kfir
93 Haruv, Platoon Sergeant

כפיר
93
חרוב,
סמל
מחלקה

29/09/88
200756377

 

Itay
Reis

איתי רייס

Bigadier
General

תא”ל

Commander
of Palmachim Air Force Base

מפקד בסיס
פלמחים של חיל האוויר

03/12/63
58495755

25
Hatikva st.

Ramat-
Hasharon

47212

התקוה
25

רמת השרון

47212

Itay
Virob

איתי וירוב

Colonel

אל”מ

Kfir
Regiment Commander

מחט
כפיר

14/04/66
22376974
# 71

Ma’ale
Hagilbo’a

19145

מעלה
הגלבוע 71

.19145

Johnny
Cohen

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

401
Regiment, 46 Shelach Commander

חטיבה
401
מגד46
שלח

Ovda
Military Camp

מחנה עובדה

Lior
Algai

ליאור אלגאי

Captain

סרן

Paratrooper
890 Efee, Company Commander

צנחנים
890
אפעה,
מפ

20/01/76 21510813

Lior
Bialik

ליאור ביאליק

Sergeant

סמל

Nesher
Field Intelligence Batallion, Squad Commander

גדוד
מודיעין השדה נשר,
מפקד
צוות

08/02/88
301535316
Lior
Dadon

ליאור דדון

Sergeant

סמל

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Squad Commander

צנחנים
101
פתן,
מכ

 

13/02/87
300468188
Lior
Shushan

ליאור שושן

Captain

סרן

Kfir 93
Haruv, Operations Officer

כפיר 93
חרוב,
קצין
אגמ

17/01/82

 

49845423
Liran
Luzon

לירן לוזון

Lieutenant

סגן

Givaati
432 Tsabar, Platoon Commander

גבעתי
432
צבר,
ממ

21/08/87 301092011

Liran
Nachman

לירן נחמן

Lieutenant

סגן

Givaati
432 Tsabar, Deputy Company Commander

גבעתי
432
צבר,
סמפ

 

03/08/85
36729234
Liron
Padlad

לירון
פדלד

 

Second
Lieutenant

סג”מ

Paratroopers
890 Ef ee, Communications Officer

צנחנים
890
אפעה,
קצין
קשר

31/12/88
302243134

 

Meir
Kalifi

מאיר כליפי

Major
General

אלוף

Prime
Minister’s Military Secretary

המזכיר הצבאי
לראש הממשלה

 

30/04/59
55659486
2
Tarshish st.

Caesarea

30889

 

תרשיש
2

קיסריה

30889

Michael
Heimann

מיכאל היימן

Captain

סרן

605
Hamachatz, Company Commander

גדוד
605
המחץ,
מפ

07/10/81 310666037 Tel Aviv

תל אביב

Michael
Taksyak

מיכאל טקסיאק

 

Lieutenant
(reserve)

סגן
(מיל‘)

46
Reserve Battalion, Platoon Commander

גדוד
מילואים 46,
מפ

26/05/80
306131269
Michaor
Israeli

מיכאור ישראלי

Second
Lieutenant

סגמ

Paratrooperts
101 Peten, Platoon Commander

צנחנים
101
פתן,
ממ

02/03/87 300712387
Michelle
Ben-Baruch

מישל
בןברוך

Brigadier
General

תא”ל

Head of
the Artillery Corps

קצין תותחנים
ראשי

20/11/63

 

69111672
10 Alon
st.

Rosh
Ha’ayn

48560

אלון
10

ראש העין

48560

Miki
Ohayon

מיקי אוחיון

Lieutenant

סגן

Paratroopers
202 Zefa , Deputy Company Commander

צנחנים
202
צפע,
סמפ

03/12/86 300181906
Mordechai
Kahana

מרדכי כהנא

Colonel

אל”מ

Gaza
Division, Southern Regiment Commander

מפקד החטיבה
הדרומית באוגדת עזה

04/10/70 28059632 14 Livne
st.

Ma’alot
Tarshiha

21521

לבנה
14

מעלות תרשיחא

21521

Moshe
Elrat

משה אלרט

Lietenant
Colonel

סאל

Shuali
Marom Reserve Regiment, Battalion Commander

מגד
בחטיבת המילואים שועלי
מרום

06/03/88

23605132

Moshe
(Chico) Tamir

משה
(ציקו)
תמיר

 

Brigadier
General

תאל

Former
Commander of the Gaza Division (co-authored the operation)

מפקד
אוגדת עזה לשעבר
(השתתף
בתכנון המבצע
)

12/08/64

 

58845686
Kfar
Giladi

12210

כפר
גלעדי

12210

Moshe
Zofi

משה צופי

Lietenant
Colonel

סאל

Hanegev
Reserve Regiment, Battalion Commander

מגד
בחטיבת המילואים הנגב

06/09/72

29585635

101
Hazvi st.

Be’er-Sheva

84747

הצבי
101

באר שבע

84747

Nadav
Hajbi

נדב
חגבי

 

Colonel

אל”מ

Gaza
Division Deputy Commander

סגן מפקד אוגדת
עזה

10/01/64

 

58455007

Nadav
Musa

נדב
מוסא

Lieutenant

סגן

 

Givati
424 Shaked, Deputy Company Commander

גבעתי
424
שקד,
סמפ

01/01/86
38031506
Nathan
Be’eri

נתן בארי

Staff
Sergeant

סמר

Golani
12 Barak, Squad Commander

גולני
12
ברק,
מכ

28/05/89
200691061
Nezah
Rubin

נצח רובין

Lieutenant
colonel

סא”ל

 

Head of
Imprisonment Branch of Military Police

ראש ענף כליאה
במשטרה הצבאית

04/06/68 23690159
Nimrod
Schefer

נמרוד שפר

Brigadier
General

תא”ל

Head of
the Air Division in the Air Force

ראש להק אוויר בחיל
האוויר

16/03/61 56539208
# 46

Nataf

90804

נטף
46

90804

Nir
Ben-David

ניר בן דוד

Lietenant
Colonel

סאל

188
Regiment 74 Saar Battalion Commander

חטיבה
188,
מפקד
74
סער

17/09/73 25243403

Nofit

36001

נופית

36001

Nir
Dupet

ניר דופט

 

Captain

סרן

 

Paratroopers
202 Zefa, Company Commander

צנחנים
202
צפע,
מפ

03/10/82
66238429

 

#
61

Nov

12921

נוב
61

12921

Nir
Ohayon

ניר אוחיון

Second
Lieutenant

סג”מ

Givaati
432 Tsabar, Platoon Commander

גבעתי
432
צבר,
ממ

19/08/87 301073862
Niv
Samban

ניב סאמבן

Staff
Sergeant

סמ”ר

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Platoon Sergeant

צנחנים
101
פתן,
סמל
מחלקה

14/06/88 200345320
Noam
Keshwisky

נועם קשיביצקי

Lieutenant

סגן

401
Reconnaissance Unit, Deputy Company Commander

פלסר
401,
סמפ

23/10/85
21663604

 

Ofek Gal

אופק גל

Sergeant

סמלת

Northern
Regiment of the Gaza Division, Field Intelligence Commander

אוגדת
עזה,
חטיבה
צפונית,
מפקדת
תצפיתניות

03/07/87 300934890
Ofer
Lahad

עופר להד

Staf
Sergeant

סמר

402
Reshef Artillery Battalion, Squad Commander

גדוד
תותחנים402
רשף,
מפקד
צוות

08/10/88

200494623
Ofer
Levi

עופר לוי

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Givati
Regiment, Deputy Commander

סגן מפקד חטיבת
גבעתי

31/03/72 28880656
Ofer
Winter

עופר וינטר

Colonel

אל”מ

Commander
of “Duvdevan” Unit

מפקד
יחידת “דובדבן

03/02/71 27998632 # 107

Mizpe
Netufa

15295

מצפה
נטופה 107

15295

Ofer
Zafrir

עופר צפריר

Colonel

אל”מ

401
Regiment Commander

מפקד
חטיבה401

29/01/66
22280283
Ofir
Edri

אופיר אדרי

Lieutenant

סגן

Kfir 93
Haruv, Deputy Company Commander

כפיר
93
חרוב,
סמפ

30/09/87 301168548
Ohad
Dabush

אוהד דבוש

Second
Lieutenant

סגמ

Givaati
432 Tsabar, Platoon Commander

גבעתי
432
צבר,
ממ

25/10/87 301105052
Ohad
Girhish

אוהד גירחיש

Second
Lieutenant

סגמ

Golani
51 Habokim, Platoon Commander

גולני 51
הבוקעים,
ממ

02/03/87 300397445

Ohad
Najme

אוהד
נגמה

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

401
Regiment, 9 Eshet Battalion Commander

חטיבה
401
מגד9
עשת

16/03/76
38616751

Omer
Dori

 

עומר
דורי

Second
Lieutenant

 

סג”מ

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Platoon Commander

 

צנחנים101
פתן,
ממ

 

05/12/86
300070612
Omri
Dover

עמרי דובר

Lieutenant

סגן

 

401
Regiment 71 Reshef, Deputy Company Commander

חטיבה401
גדוד71
רשף,
סמפ

28/04/86
32573214

 

Zur
Hadasa 349

99875

צור
הדסה 349

99875

Or
Nelkenbaum

אור נלקנבאום

Second
Lieutenant

סג”מ

Nesher
Field Intelligence Battalion, Squad Commander

גדוד
מודיעין השדה נשר,
מפקד
צוות

11/11/87
301062170

Oren
Bersano

אורן ברסאנו

 

Major

רס”ן

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Company commander

צנחנים
101
פתן,
מפ

09/05/81
42834044
Oren
Cohen

אורן כהן

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

 

Golani
13 Gideon Battalion Commander

גולני,
מגד
13
גדעון

14/01/73 25092362 7 Agas
st.

Rosh
Hayin

48570

אגס
7

ראש העין

48570

Oren
Kupitz

אורן קופיץ

 

Lieutenant

סגן

 

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Company Commander

צנחנים
101
פתן,
מפ

12/02/87
300374139

 

Oren
Zini

אורן זיני

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Givaati,
432 Tsabar Battalion Commander

גבעת
מפקד 432
צבר

30/08/74 27310176 21
Menachem Usishkin st.

Ashdod

77513

מנחם
אוסישקין 21

אשדוד

77513

Pinkhas
Buchris

פנחס בוכריס

Brigadier
General (reserve)

תא”ל
(מיל‘)

Director
General of the Defense Ministry

מנכל
משרד הביטחון

11/04/56 53305868 7 Maanit
st.

Kefar
Sava

44288

מענית 7

כפרסבא

44288

Ghasan
Alian

עסאן
עליאן

 

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

 

Golani
Reconnossaince Battalion Commander

מפקד
גדס
ר
גולני

21/03/72
29151529

Shfaram

20200

שפרעם

20200

Raz
Sarig

רז שריג

Major

רס”ן

Kfir
Regiment Operations Officer

חטיבת
כפיר,
קצין
אג”מ

22/07/76
33069170
33
Hamigdal st.

Givataim

53447

המגדל
33

גבעתיים

53447

 

Ron
Asherov

רון אשרוב

Colonel

אל”מ

Gaza
Division, Northern Regiment Commander

אוגדת
עזה,
מפקד
החטיבה הצפונית

26/05/69
24417248
11 Ufter
Ya’akov

Tel-Aviv

69362

אפטר
יעקב 11

תלאביב

69362

Ron
Levinger

רון לוינגר

Captain

סרן

Paratroopers
202 Zefa, Company Commander

צנחנים
202
צפע,
מפ

09/05/83 39975230
Ron
Shirto

רון שירטו

Captain
(reserve)

סרן
(מיל‘)

 

Paratroopers,
Coordination Officer

צנחנים,
קצין
תיאום

28/05/78
32970220

 

Ronen
Dan

רונן דן

Brigadier
General

תא”ל

Commander
of Tel-Nof Air-Force Base

מפקד
בסיס תל—נוף
של
חיל האוויר

25/04/61

57220790

57
Keshet st.

Modi’in-Maccabim-Re’ut

71908

קשת
57

מודיעיןמכביםרעות

71908

Ronen
Dogmi

רונן דגמי

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

401
Regiment Deputy Commander

סגן
מפקד חטיבה 401

11/01/73 29608882 Sde Yoav

79351

שדה יואב

79351

 

 

Roi
Elkabetz

רועי אלקבץ

Colonel

אל”מ

7th
Regiment Commander

מפקד
חטיבה 7

02/08/68
23668767

Roi
Oppenheimer

רועי אופנהיימר

Major

רס”ן

401
Regiment, 71 Reshef Deputy Commander

חטיבה
401,
סמגד
71
רשף

10/07/77
33802018

 

Roi
Weinberger

רועי ויינברגר

Lieutenant

סגן

 

Givaati
435 Rotem, Platoon Commander

גבעתי
435
רותם,
ממ

26/09/88
301818043
Sahar
Abargel

סהר
אברגיל

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

601
Assaf Battalion Commander

מפקד
גדוד ההנדסה 601
אסף

17/07/75
32433062
16
Yeshaia Hanavi

Modi’in-
Maccabim- Re’ut

71723

ישעיהו
הנביא
16

מודיעין
מכבים
רעות

71723

Shai
Belaich

שי בלאיש

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Commander
of the Shachar Rescue Battalion

מפקד גדוד שחר
לחילוץ והצלה

07/10/74 31938244

16
Hasnunit

Ashkelon

78360

הסנונית
16

אשקלון

78360

Shai
Fargian

שי
פרגיאן

Captain

סרן

Givati
424 Shaked, Deputy Company Commander

גבעתי
424
שקד,
סמפ

06/01/85 66658964
Shaked
Galin

שקד גלעין

Lieutenant

סגן

Navy
Vessel Commander

מפקד ספינה של
חיל הים

14/10/85
34716712
Sharon
Itach

שרון איטח

Captain

סרן

Sachar
Rescue Battalion, Company Commander

גדוד
החילוץ שחר,
מפ

20/03/82 60125119 58 Ben
Gurion st.

Sderot

87070

בןגוריון
58

שדרות

87070

Shaul
Badusa

שאול בדוסה

Lieutenant

סגן

Kfir 93
Haruv, Platoon Commander

כפיר
93
חרוב,
ממ

03/10/86 300168200
Shay
Unger

שי אונגר

Major

רסן

605
Mahaz Engineering Battalion, Deputy
Commander

סגן
מפקד גדוד ההנדסה 605
מחץ

 

31/12/77

 

34488403

Tel Aviv

תל אביב

Shimon
Siso

שמעון סיסו

 

Lieutenant

סגן

Golani
51 Habokim, Deputy Company Commander

גולני
51
הבוקעים,
סמפ

19/02/86 38140091

Shiran
Mussa

שירן מוסא

Captain

סרן

Nesher
Field Intelligence Battalion, Company Commander

גדוד
מודיעין השדה נשר,
מפ

11/11/84 36625655
Shlomit
Tako

Captain

סרן

Ein
Hasea’ara” Artillery Battery Commander

מפקדת
סוללת התותחים
עין
הסערה

23/04/84

39821459
Tal
Alkobi

טל אלקובי

Lieutenant

סגן

188
Regiment 71 Reshef, Company Commander

חטיבה
188
גדוד
71
רשף,
מפ

10/04/87 300690435
Tal
Bendel

טל בנדל

Sergeant

סמל

Paratroopers
101 Peten Squad Commander

צנחנים
101
פתן,
מכ

10/11/88
301723102

Tal
Kommemi

טל קוממי

Sergeant

סמל

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Squad Commander

צנחנים
101
פתן,
מכ

03/01/88
200375541
Tal Ruso

טל רוסו

Major
General

אלוף

Head of
the Operations Directorate

ראש אגף המבצעים

27/09/59

 

56046295

Tel
Aviv

תל אביב

Tamir
Oren

תמיר אורן

Lieutenant

סגן

Paratroopers
202 Zefa, Platoon Commander

צנחנים
202
צפע,
ממ

 

13/11/87
200210961

Tamir
Yadai

תמיר
ידעי

Brigadier
General

תאל

Replaced
the Golani Regiment Commander

מילא
את מקום מחט
גולני

16/12/69 24840340

 

59
Weizman st.

Kefar
Sava

44351

ויצמן
59

כפר סבא

44351

Tom
Cohen

תום כהן

Second
Lieutenant

סגמ

 

188
Regiment, 74 Sa’ar, Platoon Commander

חטיבה
188
גדוד
74
סער,
ממ

20/11/87 301355517
Tomer
Meltzmann

תומר מלצמן

Captain

סרן

Golani
12 Barak, Company Commander

גולני
12
ברק,
מפ

23/11/81 52670791

Geva
Rapp

גבע ראפ

Colonel

אלמ

Reserve
Regiment Commander

מפקד חטיבת
מילואים

15/01/57

54958723

Tslil
Birbir

צליל בירביר

 

Second
Lieutenant

סג”מ

Golani
52 Habokim, Logistics Officer

גולני 52
הבוקעים,
קצינת
תחזוקה

11/07/88
200394310

Udi
Sagie

אודי שגיא

Lietenant
Colonel

סאל

Paratroopers
202 Zefa Commander

צנחנים
מגד
202
צפע

Even
Yehuda

אבן יהודה

Uri Ron

אורי רון

Captain

סרן

601
Assaf Engineering Battalion, Company Commander

גדוד
הנדסה 601
אסף,
מפ

29/10/84 66348392
Yair
Keinan

יאיר קינן

Lieutenant

סגן

7th
Regiment Reconnaissance Unit, Squad Commander

פלסר
7,
מפקד
צוות

12/12/85 38029062

Yair
Palay

יאיר
פלאי

Captain

סרן

Golani
Egoz, Company Commander

גולני
אגוז,
מפ

23/02/80
40045981
Keshet
Moshav

12410

מושב קשת

12410

Ya’akov
(Yaki) Dolf

יעקב
(יקי)
דולף

Lietenant
Colonel

סאל

Paratroopers
890 Efee Battalion Commander

צנחנים,
מגד
890
אפעה

07/01/76

38374211

 

21
Alterman Natan st.

Tel Aviv

69415

אלתרמן
21

תל אביב

69415

 

Yaniv
Zolicha

יניב זוליכה

 

Second
lieutenant

סג”מ

Givaati
432 Tsabar, Platoon Commander

גבעתי
432
צבר,
ממ

22/09/87
300932365
Yaron
Finkelman

ירון פינקלמן

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Paratroopers
Reconnaissance Battalion Commander

מפקד
גדסר
צנחנים

25/04/75 32172702

37
Hashmonaim

Ra’anana

43255

החשמונאים
37

רעננה

43255

Yaron
Simsulo

ירון סימסולו

Major

רסן

Givati
Reconnaissance Platoon Company

מפקד
פלס
ר
גבעתי

13/05/82 60475142

36
Yehuda Halevi

Herzlia

46490

יהודה
הלוי 36

הרצליה

46490

Yehosua
(Shuki) Ribak

יהושע
(שוקי)
ריבק

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Golani
51 Habokim Battalion Commander

גולנ
מגדי51
הבוקעים

04/05/75 32113557

Ein
Zurim

79510

עין צורים

79510

Yehu
Ofer

יהוא עופר

Colonel

אלמ

Commander
of Sde Dov Air Force Base

מפקד בסיס חיל
האוויר שדה דב

19/06/65

59584607

#
46

Mishmeret

40695

משמרת
46

40695

Yehuda
Fuchs

יהודה פוקס

Colonel

אלמ

Southern
Command Operations Officer

קצין אגמ
פיקוד דרום

10/04/69 24293128 46 Hadas
st.

Matan

45858

הדס
46

מתן

45858

Yehuda
Hacohen

יהודה הכהן

Lietenant
Colonel

סאל

Givaati
435 Rotem Commander

גבעתי
מגד435
רותם

.

 

 

Yigal
Slovik

יגאל סלוביק

Colonel

אל”מ

401
Regiment Commander

מפקד
חטיבה 401

16/06/68
23706096

52
Topaz st.

Kefar
Yona

40300

טופז
52

כפריונה

40300

Yigal
Sudri

יגאל סודרי

Major

רסן

Paratroopers
202 Zefa, Deputy Battalion Commander

צנחנים
סמגד
202
צפע

03/09/69 24445801
#48

Megadim

30875

מגדים
48

30875

Yizhar
Yona

יזהר יונה

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Head of
the Field Compounds Team in the Air-land Cooperation Unit

ראש צוות מכלולי
שדה ביחידה לשיתוף פעולה שבחיל האוויר

24/08/66
22244834
11 Arnon
st.

Givataim

53529

ארנון
11

גבעתיים

53529

Yoav
Galant

יואב גלנט

Major
General

אלוף

Head of
the Southern Command

אלוף פיקוד
דרום

08/11/58
55551832

Meshek
33

Amikam

37830

משק
33

עמיקם

37830

Yoav
Gertner

יואב גרטנר

Major
(reserve)

רס”ן
_(מיל‘)

Artillery
Battery Commander

מפקד סוללת
תותחנים

30/01/79
36448439
33
Habashan st.

Ariel

40700

הבשן
33

אריאל

40700

Yoav
Mordechai

יואב
מרדכי

Lieutenant
Colonel

סא”ל

Golani
13 Gideon Battalion Commander (replaced Oren Cohen)

גולני
מג
ד13
גדעון

(החליף
את אורן כהן
)

21/08/72 28893071
# 8

Kedumim

44856

קדומים
8

44856

Yochai
Siemann

יוחאי זימן

Captain

סרן

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Company Commander

צנחנים
101
פתן,
מפ

03/05/82 60631728
Yochanan
Locker

יוחנן לוקר

Brigadier
General

תאל

Airforce
Chief of Staff

ראש מטה חיל
האוויר

17/09/56 54231030
1
Sapir st.

Modi’in
Maccabim Re’ut

71799

 

ספיר
1

מודיעין
מכבים
רעות

71799

 

Yom-Tov
Samia

יוםטוב
סמיה

Major
General

אלוף

Deputy
Head of the Southern Command in Emergency

סגן אלוף פיקוד הדרום
בשעת חירום

18/06/54
52204385
69 Levy
Eshkol st.

Tel-Aviv

69361

לוי
אשכול 69

תלאביב

69361

Yonathan
Barenski

יונתן ברנסקי

Colonel

אל”מ

Negev”
Reserve Regiment Commander

מפקד
חטיבת המילואים הנגב

27/07/71
28649697 Eli

44828

עלי

44828


 

 

Yonathan
Felman

יונתן פלמן

Captain

סרן

401
Regiment 75 Romach, Company Commander

חטיבה
401
גדוד
75
רומח,
מפ

07/08/85
37042801
?
Yoni
Weitzner

יוני וייצנר

Sergeant

סמל

Kfir 93
Haruv, Squad Commander

כפיר 93
חרוב,
מכ

16/11/88
200051209
Yossi
Abuzaglo

יוסי אבוזגלו

Major

רסן

Southern
Command Engineering Operations Officer

פיקוד
דרום,
קצין
אגמ
הנדסה

20/01/76 32380172
Yossi
Bahar

יוסי בכר

Brigadier
General

תאל

Head of
the Infantry Corps

קצין חיר
וצנחנים ראשי

09/04/64 58815218 Be’eri
Kibbutz

קיבוץ בארי

Yossi
Beidaz

יוסי ביידץ

Brigadier
General

תא”ל

Military
Intelligence, Head of the Research Division

אמן,
ראש
חטיבת המחקר

14/04/61 5710504 # 332

Kfar
Hess

40692

כפר
הס 332

40692

Yotam
Dadon

יותם דדון

Staff
Sergeant

סמר

Givaati
432 Tsabar, Platoon Sergeant

גבעתי
432
צבר,
סמל
מחלקה

10/10/87 301110466
Yishai
Ankri

ישי אנקרי

Lieutenant

סגן

Givati
424 Shaked, Deputy Company Commander

גבעתי
424
שקד,
סמפ

20/08/86 37991908

Yishai
Green

ישי גרין

 

lieutenant

סגן

 

 

Golani
“Orev” Unit, Squad Commander

גולני
עורב“,
מפקד
צוות

29/12/84
36769156
Yuval
Halamish

יובל חלמיש

Brigadier
General

תא”ל

Head of
the Intelligence Corps

קצין מודיעין
ראשי

20/12/57
55005797

 

Zion
Bramli

ציון ברמלי

Advanced
Staff Sergeant Major

רסר

601
Assaf engineering Battalion, Heavy Engineering Team Work manager
(D-9 operators)

גדוד
צמ”ה 601
אסף
(מפעילי
D-9),
מנהל
עבודות

01/02/79 35721471
Zion
Shankour

ציון שנקור

Major

רסן

Gaza
Division Northern Regiment, Operations Officer

אוגדת
עזה חטיבה הצפונית,
קצין
אגמ

1975 13692462 38
Yisaschar st.

Modi’in-
Maccabim-Re’ut

71724

יששכר
38

מודיעיןמכביםרעות

71724

Ziv
Danieli

זיו דניאלי

 

Staff
Sergeant

סמ”ר

Paratroopers
101 Peten, Squad Commander

צנחנים
101
פתן,
מכ

24/01/88 200361509
Ziv
Trabelsi

זיו טרבלסי

Lietenant
Colonel

סאל

402
Reshef Artillery Battalion Commander

מפקד
גדוד התותחנים402
רשף

15/01/76

 

38316709

# 46

Sharsheret

85391

שרשרת
46

85391

Zuf
Salomon

צוף סלומון

Second
lieutenant

סג”מ

Paratroopers
101 Peten Logistics Officer

צנחנים
101
פתן,
קצין
לוגיסטיקה

 

12/01/90 200959005
Zvi
Fogel

צבי פוגל

Brigadier
General (reserve)

תא”ל
(מיל‘)

Southern
Command, Head of Fire Management

מפקד מרכז האש
בפיקוד דרום

03/11/56 54559059

1
Vered Hagalil st.

Korazim

12933

ורד
הגליל
1

כורזים

12933

Zvi
Yehuda Kelner

צבי יהודה קלנר

 

Lieutenant

סגן

 

Givaati
Reconnaissance Battalion, Squad Commadner

גדסר
גבעתי
,
מפקד
צוות

1

Report – Congress Approves 2012 Intelligence Authorization

Congress last week enacted the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012.

“The legislation we are approving today keeps funding for intelligence essentially flat from fiscal year 2011, representing the a meaningful reduction from the President’s request,” said Senate Intelligence Committee chair Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) on December 14.

Curiously, Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), the chair of the House Intelligence Committee, described the outcome somewhat differently on December 16:  “The bill is significantly below the President’s budget request for fiscal year 2012 and further still below the levels authorized and appropriated in fiscal year 2011.”

In both the House and the Senate action on the bill there was a conspicuous absence of public debate on any issue of intelligence policy.  No dissenting views were expressed.  Nor was there any discussion of or insight into current intelligence controversies.  For that, one must turn to other venues, such as “Secrecy defines Obama’s drone war” by Karen DeYoung in today’s Washington Post.

UNCENSORED – North Korea and the “Strangest Show on Earth”

Daytime exterior shots in this series can be as old as August 2010. However, many of the photos are from the recent Arirang Mass Games in Pyongyang in October 2010.  For background on the Arirang Mass Games, see the Guardian’s 2005 article “Welcome to the strangest show on earth” which describes the games as “one of the greatest, strangest, most awe-inspiring political spectacles on earth.”

 

Rehearsals for the October 10th Worker’s Party anniversary parade. Photo by James Huang.

Kim Il Sung welcomes you to Sunan Airport Pyongyang. Photo by James Huang.

Photo by Crescent Zhang.

Photo by Crescent Zhang.

Photo by Crescent Zhang.

One of the two Pyongyang metro stations tourists are allowed to see – Pyongyang, North Korea. Photo by Daniel K.

Photo by Crescent Zhang.

Propaganda posters at the entrance to the Pyongyang Metro. Photo by efdixon.

Photo by James Huang.

Photo by James Huang.

Photo by James Huang.

Photo by James Huang.

Photo by James Huang.

Photo by James Huang.

Photo by efdixon.