CYBER-STASI – Stockton Man Sentenced to Almost Five Years in Prison for Identity Theft

SACRAMENTO, CA—Michael Garcia, 39, of Stockton, was sentenced today by United States District Judge Morrison C. England Jr. to 57 months in prison for fraud in connection with computers and in connection with an access device, United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced.

According to court documents, Garcia was employed as a technician by a contractor that provided information technology (IT) assistance to third parties. While employed there, Garcia accessed the computer servers of a law firm and an accountant firm without their knowledge or authorization and downloaded the personal information of more than 1,450 clients and employees. Garcia maintained this information on his computer and elsewhere.

According to court documents, Garcia and others used this personal and financial information to make counterfeited identification documents including driver’s licenses and military identification. They used the information to open bank accounts, draft bank checks, make cash withdrawals, obtain loans and lines of credit, and make unauthorized purchases. Additionally, Garcia accompanied others who wore stolen U.S. Customs and Border Protection uniforms to carry out certain fraudulent transactions, such as cashing checks, in the belief that the uniforms gave them more credibility. When arrested, Garcia possessed counterfeit California driver’s licenses, one of which bore his photo but with the name of a victim. The loss is more than $136,000.

Today in court, an employee of the accounting firm where Garcia unlawfully accessed the personal financial information told of the severe hardship suffered by the firm because of Garcia’s actions, as well as the personal toll she experienced because of Garcia’s breach of trust. Judge England commented that identity theft cases, particularly those where there has been an abuse of trust, negatively affect many lives.

This case was the product of an extensive investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Department. Assistant United States Attorneys Todd Pickles and Robin Taylor prosecuted the case.

Unveiled – 142 WikiLeaks Cables Citing SIMO Code for CIA

142 WikiLeaks Cables Citing SIMO Code for CIA

SIMO-CIA.zip 142 WikiLeaks Cables Citing SIMO Code for CIA May 31, 2012

Examples of WikiLeaks Cables Showing Use of Code Word SIMO for CIA or C/SIMO for Chief of Station (Thanks to @Nin_99 and @Wikileaks for link to Taz.de)

http://cablesearch.org/cable/view.php?id=05LJUBLJANA808&hl=C%2FSIMO

1. (S) On November 23, DCM, C/SIMO, and PolMiloff delivered reftel demarche and presentation to MFA Director for Policy Planning and Multilateral Policy (A/S equivalent) Stanislav Rascan, Security Department Head Stanislav Vidovic, and Security Department staffer Rina Pavlin Gnidovec. During the course of C/SIMO’s presentation, Vidovic asked whether the documents shown in the PowerPoint were from Iran, whether the test facility pictured in the diagram was a detonation site or a monitoring facility, and whether IC projections included a timeline for completion of a usable nuclear weapon. C/SIMO responded by noting the documents were from Iran, the diagram featured in the presentation depicted a monitoring facility 10 km removed from the detonation site, and that no known concrete timeline for weaponization existed. Vidovic also asked whether it is the U.S. assessment that Iran is building a nuclear weapon for defensive purposes or whether it has aggressive intentions. C/SIMO underscored the possibility that Iran could use a nuclear weapon preemptively, though it might choose to do so through another state or non-state organization.

http://cablesearch.org/cable/view.php?id=06TOKYO5624&hl=SIMO

8. (S) U.S. participants:

– Assistant Secretary Randall Fort
– INR/NEA Chief John Merrill
– Embassy SIMO Representative Constance Taube
– Political Officer Keith Jordan (control officer)
– Political Officer Evan Reade (notetaker)

http://cablesearch.org/cable/view.php?id=08BELGRADE1108&hl=SIMO

1. (S/NF) The GOT on January 12 passed to SIMO the names of US Embassy officers found on a piece of paper at one of the sites used by “Salafist” terror suspects (reftels). SIMO is reporting this information through other channels.

http://cablesearch.org/cable/view.php?id=06KUWAIT4653&hl=SIMO

2. (S/NF) SIMO noted continuing robust information exchange with Kuwait State Security (KSS) and Kuwait Military Intelligence (KMI) on a range of issues including Iraq, Iran and Hezbollah. KSS and KMI continue to expend substantial resources on force protection efforts for U.S. personnel and convoys. SIMO Chief said U.S.-provided training had increased this year through his organization. He cited the GOK need to improve capabilities across the board, particularly tradecraft and technical capabilities. DATT noted that following the initial phase of DIA-funded human intelligence training, Kuwait will likely pursue further training through private contractors.

For many more instances search for “SIMO” at Cablesearch.org (SIMO will be highlighted in yellow. Ignore its use as a proper name.)


TOP-SECRET – U.S. Army Afghanistan Human Terrain Teams Map April 2012

The following map depicts the approximate locations, members and national affiliations of every human terrain team operating in Afghanistan as part of the U.S. Army’s Human Terrain System.  The information is accurate as of April 3, 2012.

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TOP-SECRET from the FBI – Founders of S3 Partners Charged in $21 Million Real Estate Investment Fraud Scheme

SAN JOSE, CA—The three founders of S3 Partners who allegedly defrauded numerous individual investors and banks out of more than $21 million in connection with a real estate investment fraud scheme were arrested and arraigned on 33 counts of conspiracy, wire, mail, bank and securities fraud, United States Attorney Melinda Haag announced.

According to the indictment, which was filed in San Jose federal district court on May 23 and unsealed on May 24, from 2006 to 2009, Melvin Russell “Rusty” Shields, 42, of Granite Falls, North Carolina.; Michael Sims, 58, of Gilroy, California; and Sam Stafford, 56, of Campbell, California, defrauded individual investors and banks in the Northern District of California and elsewhere in connection with various real estate development projects. The three defendants conducted their business as “S3 Partners” out of a variety of locations including San Jose, Campbell, and Palo Alto, California; and Hickory, North Carolina. Shields, Sims, and Stafford allegedly engaged in securities fraud targeting elderly investors by encouraging those elderly investors to cash out their individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and wire the proceeds to the S3 Partners for the purchase of shares in an S3 Partners-controlled LLC. The three defendants falsely represented to investors that they would receive predictable high rates of return, that there was minimal to no risk of investing, and that profits from S3 Partners business projects would benefit various charitable and religious organizations. Shields, Sims, and Stafford obtained more than $21 million from investors and banks and converted more than half of those funds for their personal benefit, their personal business ventures, and other unauthorized purposes. Their conduct resulted in a near-total loss to investors.

On May 24, the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested Sims and Stafford in Northern California and Shields in North Carolina pursuant to a sealed arrest warrant. That same day, Sims and Stafford made their initial appearances in San Jose before United States Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal where, subject to the posting of a $100,000 secured bond and being placed on home electronic monitoring, they were ordered released pending a detention hearing. Sims and Stafford are scheduled to appear at a detention hearing in San Jose tomorrow at 9:30 a.m, at which hearing Magistrate Judge Grewal will consider additional conditions governing their pretrial release. Shields made an initial appearance May 24 in Charlotte, North Carolina. After a detention hearing this morning before U.S. Magistrate Judge David C. Keesler, Shields was ordered released subject to a $100,000 unsecured bond and placed on home electronic monitoring.

The maximum statutory penalty for each count of conspiracy to commit wire, mail and bank fraud, wire fraud, and mail fraud in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Sections 1349, 1343 and 1341 is 20 years in prison and a fine of $250,000, plus restitution. The maximum statutory penalty for each count of bank fraud in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1344 is 30 years prison and a fine of $1 million, plus restitution. The maximum statutory penalty for each count of Title 15, United States Code, Sections 78j(b) and 78ff; and 17 C.F.R. Section 240.10b-5-securities fraud is 20 years in prison and a fine of $5 million, plus restitution. Any sentence following conviction would, however, be determined by the court after considering the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, which take into account a number of factors and would be imposed in the discretion of the court.

Assistant United States Attorney Joseph Fazioli is prosecuting the case with the assistance of Legal Assistant Kamille Singh. The prosecution is the result of a multi-year investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Please note, an indictment contains only allegations against an individual and, as with all defendants, Shields, Sims, and Stafford must be presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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

Cryptome – Anonymous Battles Media Gorgons

Anonymous Battles Media Gorgons, May 26, 2012

By John Young “Cryptome” (New York, NY)

This review is from: We Are Anonymous: Inside the Hacker World of LulzSec, Anonymous, and the Global Cyber Insurgency (Hardcover)

We Are Anonymous portrays the battle unfolding for control of the Internet era as insurgent skills and techniques for cyber and real world challenges are invented, shared and applied in a struggle with armies of governments, commerce and institutions accustomed to collusive domination.

Parmy Olson’s highly informative account based on extensive interviews, IRC chats, emails of celebrated nics of Anonymous, LulzSec and other subversive inititatives demonstrates that these well-publicized skirmishes are only a small part of a much greater conflict underway between agile, swarming, anarchic, proficient dissidents and heirarchical, sclerotic, bloated and inept authorities worldwide.

This is a amply resourced book to learn about a rapidly spreading under-culture undermining the over-culture, to enjoy its Encyclopedia Dramatica humor, to be infected by its gutsy courage, for appreciating its generous, bountiful, defiant lulz.

Above all, though, this rollicking narrative of misbehavior and disobedience can inspire opposition to the pretentious, ponderous, manipulative ideology of using the Internet to enforce knowledge consumption manufactured by gov, com, edu and org.

This volume shows that the prime force working both sides of the contest is opportunistic multi-headed media gorgon of journalism, film, documentaries, scholarship and personal data aggregating — social engineering, egging on, flattering, seducing, lying, betraying, cheating, double-crossing, promising fame, notoriety and gratification — deploying the traditional means and methods of uniquely privileged spies operating outside the rules of engagement, claiming the high ground above the battleground from their own protected overlook to broadcast beguiling events as they fabricate and churn opinion, news and knowledge.

Succumb to the allure of publicity gorgons and be packaged for sale to your enemies.

The gorgons are legion. Expect them to promote suspicion. This should make U mad.

__________

Apropos:

From a New York Times review of Buzz Bissinger’s latest book:

In a line that’s as slashing as anything in Janet Malcolm’s book “The Journalist and the Murderer,” he says: “All writers silently soak up despair for our own advantage; like dogs rolling in the guts of dead animals, the stink of others makes us giddy. We deny it but we lie in denying it.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Journalist_and_the_Murderer

The Journalist and the Murderer is an examination of the professional choices that shape a work of non-fiction, as well as a rumination on the morality that underpins the journalistic enterprise. The journalist in question is the author Joe McGinniss; the murderer is the former Special Forces Captain Jeffery MacDonald, who became the subject of McGinniss’ 1983 book Fatal Vision.

When Malcolm’s work first appeared in March 1989, as a two-part serialization in The New Yorker magazine, it caused a sensation, becoming the occasion for wide-ranging debate within the news industry.

Malcolm’s thesis, and the most widely quoted passage from The Journalist and the Murderer, is presented in the book’s opening paragraph: “Every journalist who is not too stupid or too full of himself to notice what is going on knows that what he does is morally indefensible.” She continues:

He is a kind of confidence man, preying on people’s vanity, ignorance or loneliness, gaining their trust and betraying them without remorse. Like the credulous widow who wakes up one day to find the charming young man and all her savings gone, so the consenting subject of a piece of nonfiction learns—when the article or book appears—his hard lesson. Journalists justify their treachery in various ways according to their temperaments. The more pompous talk about freedom of speech and “the public’s right to know”; the least talented talk about Art; the seemliest murmur about earning a living.”Anonymous Battles Media Gorgons, May 26, 2012

By John Young “Cryptome” (New York, NY)

This review is from: We Are Anonymous: Inside the Hacker World of LulzSec, Anonymous, and the Global Cyber Insurgency (Hardcover)

We Are Anonymous portrays the battle unfolding for control of the Internet era as insurgent skills and techniques for cyber and real world challenges are invented, shared and applied in a struggle with armies of governments, commerce and institutions accustomed to collusive domination.

Parmy Olson’s highly informative account based on extensive interviews, IRC chats, emails of celebrated nics of Anonymous, LulzSec and other subversive inititatives demonstrates that these well-publicized skirmishes are only a small part of a much greater conflict underway between agile, swarming, anarchic, proficient dissidents and heirarchical, sclerotic, bloated and inept authorities worldwide.

This is a amply resourced book to learn about a rapidly spreading under-culture undermining the over-culture, to enjoy its Encyclopedia Dramatica humor, to be infected by its gutsy courage, for appreciating its generous, bountiful, defiant lulz.

Above all, though, this rollicking narrative of misbehavior and disobedience can inspire opposition to the pretentious, ponderous, manipulative ideology of using the Internet to enforce knowledge consumption manufactured by gov, com, edu and org.

This volume shows that the prime force working both sides of the contest is opportunistic multi-headed media gorgon of journalism, film, documentaries, scholarship and personal data aggregating — social engineering, egging on, flattering, seducing, lying, betraying, cheating, double-crossing, promising fame, notoriety and gratification — deploying the traditional means and methods of uniquely privileged spies operating outside the rules of engagement, claiming the high ground above the battleground from their own protected overlook to broadcast beguiling events as they fabricate and churn opinion, news and knowledge.

Succumb to the allure of publicity gorgons and be packaged for sale to your enemies.

The gorgons are legion. Expect them to promote suspicion. This should make U mad.

__________

Apropos:

From a New York Times review of Buzz Bissinger’s latest book:

In a line that’s as slashing as anything in Janet Malcolm’s book “The Journalist and the Murderer,” he says: “All writers silently soak up despair for our own advantage; like dogs rolling in the guts of dead animals, the stink of others makes us giddy. We deny it but we lie in denying it.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Journalist_and_the_Murderer

The Journalist and the Murderer is an examination of the professional choices that shape a work of non-fiction, as well as a rumination on the morality that underpins the journalistic enterprise. The journalist in question is the author Joe McGinniss; the murderer is the former Special Forces Captain Jeffery MacDonald, who became the subject of McGinniss’ 1983 book Fatal Vision.

When Malcolm’s work first appeared in March 1989, as a two-part serialization in The New Yorker magazine, it caused a sensation, becoming the occasion for wide-ranging debate within the news industry.

Malcolm’s thesis, and the most widely quoted passage from The Journalist and the Murderer, is presented in the book’s opening paragraph: “Every journalist who is not too stupid or too full of himself to notice what is going on knows that what he does is morally indefensible.” She continues:

He is a kind of confidence man, preying on people’s vanity, ignorance or loneliness, gaining their trust and betraying them without remorse. Like the credulous widow who wakes up one day to find the charming young man and all her savings gone, so the consenting subject of a piece of nonfiction learns—when the article or book appears—his hard lesson. Journalists justify their treachery in various ways according to their temperaments. The more pompous talk about freedom of speech and “the public’s right to know”; the least talented talk about Art; the seemliest murmur about earning a living.”

 

TOP-SECRET – UK Supreme Court on Assange v SE 30 May 2012

        The SUPREME COURT

Case details

 
General
CaseID UKSC 2011/0264
Case name Assange (Appellant) v The Swedish Judicial Authority (Respondent)
Case stage Awaiting Judgment
Date of issue 15 Dec 2011
Expedition requested Requested
Order being appealed – Date 02 Nov 2011
Order being appealed – Court Divisional Court QBD (EW)
Devolution No
Human Rights raised Yes
Human Rights raised – details Article 5(3)
Intervener Yes
 
Case Summary
On appeal from the Divisional Court of the Queen’s Bench Division (England and Wales)

Issue

Whether a European Arrest Warrant (“EAW”) issued by a public prosecutor is a valid Part 1 EAW issued by a “judicial authority” for the purpose and within the meaning of sections 2 and 66 of the Extradition Act 2003.

Facts

The Appellant, a journalist well known through his operation of Wikileaks, visited Sweden to give a lecture in August 2010. He had sexual relations with two women. Both women went to the police who treated their visits as the filing of complaints. The Appellant was interviewed by police and subsequently left Sweden in ignorance of the fact that a domestic arrest warrant had been issued for him. Proceedings were brought in the Swedish courts in the Appellant’s absence, although he was represented, in which a domestic warrant for the Appellant’s detention for interrogation was granted and upheld on appeal. Subsequently, an EAW for the Appellant was issued by the Swedish Prosecution Authority that set out allegations of four offences of unlawful coercion and sexual misconduct including rape. The EAW was certified by the UK Serious Organised Crime Agency under the Extradition Act 2003. The Appellant surrendered himself for arrest in the UK and, following an extradition hearing, his extradition to Sweden was ordered. The order was upheld on appeal to the Divisional Court.

Subject Matter catchwords for indexing

Extradition “European Arrest Warrant” Judicial Authority

 
Permission to appeal
Date supporting documents received 15 Dec 2011
Date PTA application referred to justices
Date of oral hearing
Permission granted/refused Granted
Notice of intention to proceed filed Yes
 
Parties
Appellant name Julian Paul Assange
Appellant case due date
Appellant case date filed 13 Jan 2012
Respondent name The Swedish Prosecution Authority
Date form 3 filed
Date form 3 issued
Respondent case due date
Respondent case date filed
Intervener – names Gerard Batten and Vladimir Bukovsky
Lord Advocate
 
Appeal
Justices allocated Yes
Justices allocated – names Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers
Lord Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood
Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore
Lord Wilson
PTA granted by court below No
Statement of facts & issues and Appendix due date
Statement of facts & issues and Appendix date filed 12 Jan 2012
Time estimate
Time estimate received
Time estimate number of days 2 days
Hearing date 01 Feb 2012
Other hearing location
Core volumes due date
Core volumes date filed
Authorities due date
Authorities date filed
Hand down date 30 May 2012

 

 


SECRET – DoD Unmanned Systems Integrated Roadmap FY2011-2036

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U.S. and allied combat operations continue to highlight the value of unmanned systems in the modern combat environment. Combatant Commanders (CCDRs) and warfighters value the inherent features of unmanned systems, especially their persistence, versatility, and reduced risk to human life. The U.S. military Services are fielding these systems in rapidly increasing numbers across all domains: air, ground, and maritime. Unmanned systems provide diverse capabilities to the joint commander to conduct operations across the range of military operations: environmental sensing and battlespace awareness; chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) detection; counter-improvised explosive device (C-IED) capabilities; port security; precision targeting; and precision strike. Furthermore, the capabilities provided by these unmanned systems continue to expand.

The Department of Defense (DoD) has been successful in rapidly developing and fielding unmanned systems. DoD will continue to focus on responding rapidly to CCDR requirements, while ensuring systems are acquired within the framework of DoD’s new wide-ranging Efficiencies Initiatives1. In the fiscal environment facing the Nation, DoD, in concert with industry, must pursue investments and business practices that drive down life-cycle costs for unmanned systems. Affordability will be treated as a key performance parameter (KPP) equal to, if not more important than, schedule and technical performance. DoD will partner with industry to continue to invest in unmanned systems technologies while providing incentives for industry to implement cost-saving measures and rewarding industry members that routinely demonstrate exemplary performance.

6 AIRSPACE INTEGRATION (AI)

6.1 Functional Description

Over the past several years, UAS have become a transformational force multiplier for DoD. The numbers and roles of UAS have expanded dramatically to meet mission demands, and operational commanders have come to rely upon robust and persistent ISR support from unmanned platforms executing their core missions against hostile forces. DoD UAS require routine NAS access in order to execute operational, training, and support missions and to support broader military and civil demands. UA will not achieve their full potential military utility to do what manned aircraft do unless they can go where manned aircraft go with the same freedom of navigation, responsiveness, and flexibility. Military aviation is a major contributor to the virtue of maneuver for our forces in warfare.

While the force structure continues to grow, the ability to integrate UAS into the NAS has not kept pace. Current access for UAS is greatly limited primarily due to FAA regulatory compliance issues that govern UAS operations in the NAS. DoD UAS operations conducted outside of restricted, warning, and prohibited areas are authorized only under a (temporary) COA from the FAA. Similar issues need to be resolved for access to international and foreign national airspace.

The DoD UAS Airspace Integration Plan, March, 2011 provides a more comprehensive discussion on the topic of AI. In this plan, DoD provides an incremental approach strategy to provide DoD UAS access to a given operations profile that leads to a full dynamic operations solution. This methodology recognizes that DoD requires access to differing classes and types of airspace as soon as possible and that routine dynamic operations will likely take several years to implement. Figure 12 depicts the six access profiles.

6.4.3 Technology

Current UAS are built to different specifications for different purposes; therefore, showing individually that each system is safe for flight in the NAS can be complicated, time consuming, and costly. Routine access cannot happen until DoD and FAA agree to an acceptable level of safety for UAS, and the appropriate standards are developed to meet that threshold. With developed standards, UA will be operationally treated as manned systems, and such treatment will improve interoperability with other systems, cost savings, and development transparency. Until those necessary UAS-specific standards are established, requirements will be dependent on the individual system and intended flight environment (access profiles). Each system’s mission requirements will drive the selection of sense and avoid (SAA) solutions and process for implementation. Ground-based sense and avoid (GBSAA) can provide an initial means to maintain aircraft separation requirements for multiple profiles, while improvements to sensor and automation technology will continue to improve an airborne SAA (ABSAA) solution.

GBSAA efforts are focused on developing methods to provide aircraft separation within a prescribed volume of airspace using a ground-based system that includes sensors, displays, communications, and software. GBSAA solutions will incrementally relieve restrictions on existing COAs and facilitate UAS training and operations in the NAS. This effort is establishing requirements, gathering data, performing modeling and simulation, testing and verifying collected data, and obtaining airworthiness approvals, as appropriate. GBSAA can particularly benefit smaller UAS where other SAA solutions are cost prohibitive.

ABSAA efforts are focused on developing onboard capability to perform both self-separation and collision avoidance that ensure an appropriate level of safety. Current programs have phased validation schedules for due regard, en-route/Class A, and divert/ Class E/G operations as technology innovation and integration allow. GBSAA and ABSAA may be applied as a single or combined solution to some access profiles to maximize safety and/or reduce operational costs.

DOWNLOAD THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENT HERE

DoD-UAS-2011-2036

Die Opferliste der fingierten “GoMoPa” – der mutmasslichen Alt-STASI-Kader

Liebe Leser,

über 5.500 Menschen und Firmen wurden und werden von STASI-”GoMoPa” gestalkt und erpresst.

Dies hat zu einem – so erste Schätzungen von Schadensexperten – Schaden von über € 1 Milliarde geführt, nimmt man als Berechnungsgrundlage

die im Falle von Meridian Capital geforderte Erpressungssumme.

Der immaterielle Schäden durch zerstörte menschliche Leben und Schicksale, dieser “Dämonen im Internet” (Eigenbezeichnung von Ober-Stalker “Klaus Maurischat”) ist noch viel höher und nur mit dem von der DDR-Gestapo angerichteten Schaden vergleichbar, deren Nachfolgeorganisation die fingierten “Goldman, Morgenstern u. Partner” – “GoMoPa” mutmasslich sind.

Darunter sind auch etliche Todesfälle und viele Personen und Firmen, die nicht auf der 3.400 Fälle umfassenden “Warnliste”, besser Stalking, Betrugs- und Erpresserliste auftauchen.

Hinzu kommen zahlreiche Fälle von Börsenmanipulation wie im Falle “Wirecard” mit Pennystocks mutmasslich aus der US-Corporation-Schmiede von “GoMoPa”-Partner  “Graf” “Dr.” Stenbock.

Mutmasslich: Organisierte Kriminalität im ganz grossen Stil.

DIE “GoMoPa”-Opferliste 2010 – getarnt als “Warnliste” von den erfundenen “Goldman, Morgenstern u. Partnern” erstellt

Folgende Firmen und Personen wurden u.a. von Peter Ehlers (wenn er denn so heisst) und “GoMoPa”, dem STASI-”NACHICHTENDIENST” seit Jahresanfang 2010– ohne jeden Beweis – verunglimpft, um daraus Profit für Ihren mutmasslichen postkommunistischen Saftladen zu schlagen:

GoMoPa-Warnliste 09-2010
2
 Anton
 Abdul Sheikh
 Abraham
 Akcay
 Aksoy
 Aktürk
 Alexandre
 Alsguth
 Arnold
 Arnol Arslan
 Artschwager
 A & G Insurance Corporation
A & O Finanz- und Immobilenvertriebsservice GmbH
A+B Finanz
A+K Fina
 AA Capital
 ABAG BETEI
 Abbey House Acquisitions
 ABC Finanzdienst
 Accent-Finanz GmbH
 ACCENTA IMMOBILIEN MANAGEMENT AG
 ACI Alternative Capital Invest GmbH
 Acoreus Collection Service
 Acorn Consulting
 Activ 3000 GmbH
 Activa GmbH
 Activa Wirtschaftsberatung GmbH
 Actiwa Vermittlung von Finanz- und Vorsorgekonzepten e.K.
 Adeshieman Company
 Aditus Fonds GbR
 Admus AG
 Adolph & Komorsky International GmbH
 Advance Invest AG
 ADVANCE INVEST AG S.A.
GoMoPa-Warnliste 09-2010
3
 Advanced Group Kuwait
 Advanced Program Trading AG
 Advin Consult Finanzierungsvermittlungs GmbH
 Advisa Consulting GmbH
 Aeternus Energy Corp
 AFG AMERICAN FINANCIAL GROUP INC.
 Agentur Herold
 Agentur Leif Schurig
 AGR Allgemeine Gewerbedatei e.K.
 Ahorn Trust AG
 AIF Bank & Trust Company
 AJPA Broker SA
 Akeman Capital
 AKJ Allgemeine Leasing AG
 AKJ Privatfinanz AG
 AKJ-Firmengruppe
 AKK Dienstleistungs GmbH
 Aktienpower AG
 AktienPowerMarketing GmbH
 Akzenta AG
 Albion Investment Management
 Alexander Freiherr von Pillnitz & Berenberg Treuhandgesellschaft 1908 Limited
 Allgemeine Giro 24 GmbH
 ALLGEMEINE IMMOBILIEN-BÖRSE GmbH
 ALMO Hausbau GmbH
 Alpha Finanzsanierungs GmbH
GoMoPa-Warnliste 09-2010
4
 Alpha Oil Inc.
 Alphapool AG
 Alpina Finanz GmbH
 Alternative Capital Invest
 ALV Auto-Leasing und Vermietungs GmbH
 Alvino Group
 AMBROS/VBS
 American Investment & Finance Corporation
 AMK Akustikbau GmbH
 AMK Immobilienbetreuung GmbH
 Anderson & Goldberg S. L.
 Anderson McCormack Group S.L
 Anderton Stoner&Partner
 Anglo African Minerals plc
 Ango-Käufer-Service GmbH & Co. KG
 Antassia GmbH
 Anthony & Carter
 Apex Investments Corporation
 Apex Trading Group
 Applied Cash International
 APT Advanced Program Trading AG
 Aquaorbis AG
 ARCADIA Finanz- & Wirtschaftsberatung
 Arena GmbH
 Argos Finanz GmbH
 Ario AG
GoMoPa-Warnliste 09-2010
5
 Armaco
 Art Bauträger u. Immobilienhandelsgesellschaft mbH
 Artemis Financial
 AS Bau Berlin
 ASC AG für Satellitenkommunikation
 ASCANIA Vermögensverwaltung
 Ascor Media Ltd.
 ASG GmbH
 Assecura-Assecuranz Vermittlungs GmbH
 Associated Management Group
 Associated Management Group (AMG Zurich)
 Aston Rowe Consulting Advisory
 Atlantis Exploration AG
 Atlantis-Genossenschaft
 Au Vi Product GmbH
 Aufina Holding
 Aurora Gold Corp.
 Australian Lottery
 Autosafe Parkhaus AG
 Autotester 24
 AVAG Allgemeine Vermögensverwaltung AG
 AVAG-Funds
 AVD AG
 AVM AG
 AvW Invest AG
 AXXIOM AG
GoMoPa-Warnliste 09-2010
6
 Azalenia Basel AG
 Amaxopoulus
 Arntzen
 Aniol
 Altmann, Dr.
 Assenmacher
 Appel
 Aulenbach
 Aengenheister
 Amonath
 Asmus
 Almer
 Anlauf
 Aniol
 Blon von
 Barney
 Bajcar
 Bronischewski
 Butler
 Becker
 Berger
 Burat
 Buettner
 Behring
 Baumert
 Becker
 Bünning
 Bok
 Bahcecioglu
 Bahceli
 Balicioglu
 Balogh
 Barteczko
 Becker
 Bergenthal
 Bindokat
 Böhrer
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 Born
 Bortstein
 Busch
 Böhm
 Braun
 Blum
 B u. S Technologie GmbH
 Bachmann Roth Advisory
 Badenia Bausparkasse
 Bagleys Investment Company
 Baltica Savings & Investment Cop.
 Bank Leumi AG
 Bankgesellschaft Berlin
 Banque Bruxelles Lambert (BBL)
 Barlow & Ramsey
 Barringer and Co.
 Basel Institutional
 Basic Trading Solution Ltd.
 Bau- und Grund Immobilien GmbH
 Bauconsult Gesell. für Haus- u. Grundbesitz
 Baucontrol GmbH
 Baufinanzierungszentrum Berlin – Karlshorst
 BAV-Konzept Versicherungsmakler GmbH
 Bavaria Invest Finanzmanagement
 Bavaria Trading Company
 Baye Invest
 BÖRSENPOWER Coaching und Verwaltungsges.m.b.H.
 BBAP Assekuranzmakler & Finanzdienstleistungs GmbH
 BeFa Invest GbmH & Co KG
 BelSwissBank
 BEMA Investitions- und Beteiligungsgesellschaft GmbH
 Benedict Lifeline GmbH
 BENEDICT Star GmbH
 Benitex AG
 Benson & Raymond Acquisition
 Berger Daniel
 Bergues Invest SA
 Bestgambling.Com
 BESTLIFESELECT AG
 BF Bayerische Baufinanz GmbH
 BFS Neckarsulm
 BFTS AG Schweiz
 BHG Baugenossenschaft Hockenheim e.G
 BIK Bauträger
 Biotech Development
 Bishop & Parkes Advisory
 Blanc & Baumar
 Blinder International
 BLISTER YACHTING GMBH
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 Bloomfield Consulting AG
 Bond and Future Group Ltd.
 Bonetti & Wilmers
 Bonus Bauträgergesellschaft mbH
 Borsa Financial Inc.
 BR Consultance Alfaz S.L.
 Branchenklick
 Branko Financial Service
 BRAZIL-INVEST-VC LTDA
 RDS-Dienstleistungen
 Breadley Steigenberger & Partner (BSP)
 BREBA Invest S.L.
 Brentana Wohnbau GmbH
 Brett Commodities GmbH
 Bright Capital Banker Ltd
 Britannia Swiss Equities – BSE AG
 Brodowski Dach- und Fassadenbau GmbH
 Brodowski und Deyna Immobilien GmbH
 Brokers Society Sociedad de Gesti? Tramitaci Financier
 Brown & Lampe U.S. Portfolio Management Ltd.
 BSD GmbH
 Bullion Trading Group
 Bund der Verbraucher (BDV)
 Burbach Consulting GmbH
 Business Partner Credit GmbH
 Brauer
 Bogatz
 Birner
 Bastert
 Baeuerle
 Bertges
 Barteczko
 Bertges
 Beyer
 Bogatz
 Bender
 Bens
 Bösebeck
 Bouderi
 Baan
 Bender
 Birkins
 BECK
 Barthel
 Beyreuther
 Banghard
 Bohrmann
 Bauer
 Bludau
 Bajcar
 Bernhart
 Belkenheid
 Barthel
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 Baumbach
 Barde
 Casula
 Carsten
 Celik
 Cengiz
 Clemann
 Cura
 Cuti
 Cuti
 Campa
 C & P Mutual
 C. Gewerbeimmobilien
 Callux Forderungsmanagement
 Calvin & Sanderson Associates
 Cambridge Asset Management AG
 Cameron Poe & Associates Inc.
 CAP-NETWORK AG
 Capital Securities International
 Capitalinform Limited SA
 Capitalinform Limited SA
 Car Leasing Agency Ltd.
 Carsten Haus GmbH
 Carver Brooks & Associates Ltd.
 Cash Group AG
 Cash-Immobilien GmbH
 Cashselect
 CasMaker Ltd.
 Castor Capital
 Cater & Sattler OHG
 Caviar Creator Inc
 CB Freie Versicherungsmakler GmbH
 CBC
 CDH AG
 Census Grund GmbH & Co KG
 Centracon
 Centracon Investment AG
 Centro Euro Service AG
 Centro Euro Service AG
 Centro-Service GmbH
 Ceptum AG
 Ceres Warenhandels- und Beratungsgesellschaft mbH
 Certus Consulting
 CH Devisen Macht SA
 CHEAPLY SMOKING CLUB
 Chiemgauer Vermögensverwaltung
 Chips Virtual Casino
 CIC Insurance Company SA
 Cinerenta Gesellschaft für Internationale Filmproduktion mbH
 Cis Deutschland AG
 City Hyp Finanzierungsvermittlung
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 City Zins Finanzierungsvermittlungs AG
 CL Inkasso AG
 CL Inkasso AG
 Clean Lease GmbH
 CLEAN PATENT GMBH
 Club Alanzo VIP Cruises
 CMP Global Consulting Ltd
 CMX Capital Markets Exchange AG
 CNP Casino
 Colebrooke Management Holdings
 Color für Kinder e.V.
 Comitas Agentur VSV
 Commercial Development Bank
 Commercial First Trading Corporation
 Complete Commodity Trading
 Comroad AG
 ComTex Vermögens- und Verwaltungs GmbH
 OMVAL Capital AG
 Concorde International – Business Consultants
 Condor Gold and Minerals Inc.
 Conductis GmbH
 Conik Invest
 Coninvest Finanz AG
 Conradi & Hilger Gbr mbH
 Consens Gesellschaft für Projektentwicklung u. Vermittlung von Immobilien
 Consolidated Capital Management Limited (CCML)
 Content Services Ltd.
 Contracta Grundstücksmanagement GmbH
 Convent Consulting GmbH
 CONVERGEX CARIBBEAN, LTD.
 Conzeptfinance Ltd.
 Cooperativa Extranjero de Credito y Investiamento SA
 Cornhill Management S.L.
 Cosena Management S.L.
 CP Medien AG
 CPTD – Central Patent & Trademark Database
 CR Consulting GmbH
 Credit for you Limited
 Credit Mirabaud
 Creditnet Bank Internationale
 CS Capital Service GmbH
 CST Umwelttechnik und Innovation e.G.
 Cumulus Gesellschaft für Immobilien- Investitionen mbH
 Cura Investitions- und Beteiligungsgesellschaft
 Cmok
 Cordes
 Chuen
 Drabnitzke
Dana
Dogs
Doll
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Doujak
Dziuba
Dorsch
Becker
DAK Finanz
Danaro Invest
Asset Management
DAT Finance AG
DBVI AG
De Lotto Switzerland
Delmont Wealth Management
Deltoton AG
DEM Marketing
Demirok GmbH Bauunternehmen
Densch & Schmidt GmbH
Der Informant GmbH
Deutsche Contracting GmbH
Deutsche Immobilien Grundvermögen Holding AG
Deutsche Mentor für Finanzen (DMFF) e.K.
Deutsche Mentor für Finanzen AG
Deutschen Anlage- und Beteiligungs Aktiengesellschaft (Dabag)
Develop Management GmbH
Deyna Immobilien GmbH
DHB-Dreiländer-Handels und Beteiligungsgesellschaft Walter Fink KG
Die Agentur
Die Tradergemeinschaft – Best of Marketing SARL
Dierig Unternehmensberatung
DIHA Dienstleistungs – und Handel GmbH
DIP AG
DIREKTE VERMÖGENSBERATUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MBH
Direkter Anlegerschutz e.K.
Distefora Holding AG
Dividium Capital Ltd
DLF-Immobilienportfolio-Walter-Fink KG
DM Beteiligungen AG
DMI Derivatives Management Inc.
DMP-Gruppe
DMV – Deutsche Markenverlängerungs GmbH
Dohmen-Invest
Domizil Immobilien Leasing GmbH
Domusfinanz
Dow Win Financial Group Corporation
DPMV-Deutsche Patent- und Markenverlängerung GmbH
Dr. Antonio GAMPA
Dr. Bassam Bouderi
Dr. Cornelius Gregorius Consulting Inc
Dr. Gerbig Treuhand GmbH
Dr. Görlich Grundbesitzbeteiligungs GmbH
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Dr. Hanne Grundstücks GmbH
Dr. Hartmannsdorf Immobilien GmbH
Dr. Mayer & Cie. GmbH
Dr. Peters
Dr. Schmitt Inc.
Dr. Werner Financial Service AG
Dragon Partners Inc.
Dreiländerfonds DLF
Dreiländerfonds DLF-94/17
Drexel Management GmbH
Dubai International Investment & Trading
Dubai-1000-Hotel-Fonds
Duesenberg Financial Group Inc.
Dunas de Corralejo S.L.
Dupont Conseille AG
Dux Partners AG
Dörflinger
Dallüge
Deutsch
Dittel
Dierkes
Deubelbeiss
Dallinger
Drewitz
Eichhorn
Erber
Elbert
Ebner
Eroglu
Eschinger
Ettelt
Evcil
E-Money Power (EMPFX)
E.U.R.O.- Unternehmens- & Wirtschaftsberatungs- Ltd.
EAG AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT für WIRTSCHAFT
Earnshaw Advisory Services
Earthsearch Communications Inc.
Easy Concept Hamburg KG ( E@sy )
EBC AG
EBCON – Europäische Verbraucherberatung
Ebcon Europäische Verbraucherberatung AG
Ecco
Economy Capital Corporation
Ecotrend Holding AG
ECP Euro Caribbean Properties Ltd.
ECTO GmbH
Ecumoney Limited
Edgar Heumann GmbH
EECH AG
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EEIG – Europäische Wirtschaftskammer
Effekten- und Edelmetallberatungs GmbH
Effinance Private Equity AG
EKC
Elbe Emissionshaus
Elefant Immobilien GmbH
EM.TV AG
EMA Event Management Agentur GmbH
Embdena
Emmerson Bennett
Empresa Minera (Bergbau) AG
Enexoma AG
Equinox Private Consultants Ltd.
ERGO-Plan
Erich Holderer Finanzdiestleistungen
ESKATA Finanz- Immobilien- Handels GmbH
ESTEKAR LIMITED
Estreel GmbH & Co.KG
EuMedien
Eurefi Eurefi Holding AG
Euregio Immobilien L&F B.V.
EURENTA Gesellschaft für Anlagen-, Renten- und Sparkonzeptionen GmbH
EURENTA Gesellschaft für Marketing- und Promotion GmbH
Euring GmbH
EURO CREDIT UNION
EURO Finanz Consult AG
Euro Finanz Management
Euro Kapital AG
Euro Real Investment Company
Euro Trading GmbH
Euro-American Beteiligungsvermittlungsg. MbH
EURO-CONSULT e.K.
Euro-Pool AG
EUROCAPITAL BANK INC.
Eurocapital Investment Corporation
EURODOM Berlin GmbH
Eurogoldtrader
Eurokapital AG
Eurolink Consult GmbH
European Estates&Investment AG
European Kings Club
European Trade marks and Designs
European Trademark Organisation S.A.
Europäische Schuldenregulierungs- und Ausgleichsanstalt
Europäische Wirtschaftskammer für Handel, Gewerbe und Industrie
EUROTRADE & CONSULTING AG
Eurotrust Capital Management
EV&K
Evantus Invest
EVD Direktverkaufs AG
EWR Wirtschaftsdatenregister
Exakt Martkanalysen Research GmbH
Exeltrade
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Eder
Esser
Elas
Ehrenberg
Eilts
Eich
Eich
Eder
Engler
EISENBERG
 Felgner
Flug
Feyh
Freke
Florian
Fasan
Fritsch
Freiherr von Fink
Fink
Ferrera Dr. F & P Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG
F.I.P. GmbH
F.V.F
FA. Haustein Finanzvermittlung
Fafa Capital
Faktor 1 GmbH
Falcon Euro Trading Limited
Falcon Oil Group
Falk Capital AG
Falk-Gruppe
Falken Depot Management GmbH
Falken GmbH
Falken Vermögensverwaltung GmbH
FALLON BANCROFT HOLDING
Fashionact Industries Inc.
Noske
FB Bauträger GmbH
FDMV FINANZDIENSTLEISTUNGEN
FFB Dörflinger GmbH
FFCC Verwaltungs GmbH & Co. Finanzdienstleistungs KG
FG Finanz-Service AG
FGP & Cie
Fibeg Finanzberatung- und Vermögensverwaltungs GmbH
Fibu AG
Fideles & Associates AG
Fidelity International
FIDU payment services S.A.
Finama Vermögensverwaltungs KG
Finance Concept GmbH
Finance Service International
Financial Consulting
Financial Consulting UK Limited
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Financial Planning Systems Ltd.
Financieros Panama – Societaet Rodriguez Batista Diaz
Finanz Score GbR
Finanz Service Hennig
Finanzprogramme Bentley & Partner
FINANZtest Center
Finanzvermittlung Fritz Guth
Finanzvermittlung und Wirtschaftsdienst Ott GmbH
Finbrands Global Limited
Fine Trading Group Finvest Asset Management
FIPTR Federated Institute for Patent- &
Trademark Registry First Canadian Joint Venture
& Consulting Inc. First Canadian Joint Venture
& Consulting Inc. (Canada)
First China Corporate Management Group
First Garant Fund AG First Intercontinental
Bancorp. Ltd. First Invest Grundbesitz
GmbH First Invest Swiss Trade
First Real Estate Grundbesitz GmbH
First Saxonia Trading Ltd
Flash Finance Floris Bank
FOCUS Immobilien und Projektbau GmbH
FOKUS INVEST AG Foma Internationale
Inkassogesellschaft mbH
Fondax Capital Trust GmbH & Co. KG
Fondshaus Hamburg FORBIS Corporation
Force Worldwide Investments Corp
Foreign Exchange Clearing House Ltd.
Forest Finance Service GmbH
Forex4free Forexone-Broker
Forst Finance AG Four Stars AG
Frankonia Sachwert AG FRD International
Free Finance -Service Futura Finanz AG
Futura-Concept GmbH FXTSwiss
Fridez Fridez
Frau Floßbach
Fritz Franko
Frerichs Fink
Fridez Fasan
Filsinger
Freiherr von Lepel
Frydenlund Foetzsch
Fridez Fridez
Fitz
Grüters
Geyer
Gonnes
Grüner
Gerlach
Gast
Gräbedünkel
Gustav

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Güttig
Gläßer
Gehle
Gerome
GOLDEN-BALLARIN
Golsch
Gronemeyer
Görlich
Götzl
Gaber
Graupner
Guth
G+M Baubetreuung GmbH
G.V.V. bR.
G.W.F. Grundwert-Bauträger G.M.B.H
Gaiacor International PLC
Galant Immobilien GmbH
Garant Kreditvermittlung
Garant-Hundsdorff-Istanbul
GEBAB
Gebrüder Schmidtlein GbR
GEcoS Holding AG
Geldfinder GmbH
Gemas GmbH
Genius Insurance Service GmbH
Genius Investments – Genius Funds
Geoteck Inc.
Gerd Esser Grundbesitz GmbH
GerGermania Grundbesitz AG
Germania Venture Capital AG
Gesellschaft für Erbenermittlung
Gesellschaft für Exklusive Veranstaltungen Dortmund mbH
Gesellschaft für Finanz- u. Wirtschaftsdienstleistungen (FiWi)
Gesellschaft zur Datensicherung im Internet (GSDI)
Gesellschaft zur Vermittlung kapitalorientierter Finanzanlagen GmbH (GVFK)
GetAssisted Group
GfS Invest GmbH
GGHF Windpark Sitten GmbH & Co. KG
GHS Unternehmensgruppe
GIP Grundstücks-Immobilien & Projektmanagement GmbH
GIV Gesellschaft für Immobilien und Vermögensverwaltung mbH
Glatt & Partner GmbH
GLOBAL – BAU Immobilien GmbH
Global AWS AG
Global Capital Group
Global Cogenix Industrial Corp.
Global Financial Invest AG
Global Foreign Exchange (Switzerland) AG
GLOBAL LIFESTYLE GROUP S.A.
Global Mineral Resources Corp.
Global Pension Plan
Globaltraiding.com Kapitalmanagement
Globalus (Immobilien) Gmbh & Co. KG
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GM Capital Partners
GMF Finanz AG
GMF Treuhandgesellschaft mbH
GO AHEAD SERVICE LTD
GOJ AG
Gold-Barren-Silber.com
Gold-Versandhandel
Goldstein & Partner Inc.
GOT Thimm GmbH
GPS GmGrand Capital Ltd
Great Berlin Wheel GmbH & Co. KG
Grevenreuth AG
Grund und Boden Beteiligungs AG
Grundstücksgemeinschaft Arslan
Grupo Esdinero
Grünewälder GmbH
GSM Gesellschaft für Professionelles Sachwert Management AG
GSM Gesellsc
GTO Gap Trading Online
Gulf Oil Exploration Inc.
GVW – Wirtschaftsclub
GWG Gesellschaft für Wirtschaftsplanung mbH
Göttinger Gruppe
Göttler Finanz AG
Graf
Guillaume
Gropper
Göker
Grotelaers
Günzel
Gelbke
Haugg
Halbey
Händel
Hansen
Heise
Hensel
Hipp
Hirner
Hirth
Heider
Hickl
Hansel
Hauser
Härtel
Heckler
Hambusch Prof.
Herold
Hering Dr.
Herr Budzinski
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Heyer
Hering Dr.
Hartung
Hesselmann
Hettrich
Heiner
Händel
Heinrich
Hartl
Hansch
Hartung
Hepp
Heinekken van
Hanne
Heiliger
Heumann
Hensley-Piroth
Haffa
Holderer
Helfer
Heckmann
Hormann
Hennig
Hermsmeier
Hornberger
Halabi
Herr Gieselmann
Hundsdorff
Hanisch
Hornig
Hambusch Prof.
H.R.L. International
H2O Swiss AG
Hafenstein Marketing GmbH
Hamburg Connection
Hamilton Associates A.G.
Handelshaus Schaar
Handelskontor Fischer
Hansa Treuhand
Hanse Capital
Hanse Club
Hanseatische AG
Hanseatische Senatorenkanzlei
Hansefina GmbH
Hartl Immobilien
Hartl Immobilienmanagement GmbH
Harz Börde Finanz
Haus- und Vermögensverwaltung GmbH (HaVeWa)
Hauser Treuhand Rorschach HTR
Haushaltsfuchs
HB Capital Partners
HBW-Finanz AG
HCI Capital
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HDL Hausdienstleistungsgesellschaft mbH
Helvag AG
Helvetia Treuhand GmbH
Helvetia Treuhand-Union GmbH
Hentsch & Müller S.A.
Hermes Beteiligungs AG
Hermes Portfolio Management GmbH
Bens
HKA-Bank 1954 Ltd.
HNH Finanzberatung-Treuhand GmbH
Horn Wolfgang Dr.
HouseFX AG
HTB Holding
HuHWH International AG
Hypo – Leasing B.V.
Heinen
Hagen
Hoff
Hensel
Hampe
Hauser Metzler
Harksen
Huber
Hartung
Hübner
Hönnscheidt
Hettrich
Hering Dr.
Hettrich
Hübner
Ihl
Izmirlioglu
Izmirlioglu
Immega
I-investorclub Ltd.
I.B.F.T.P.R. International Bureau for Federated Trademark Patent Register
I.B.I.P. International Bureau for Intellectual Property
I.F.I. Ltd. Milincic
IAZ & Partners
IBB GmbH
IBB INTERNATIONAL
IBEKA Immobilienbeteiligung AG
IBH Limited
ICB – Intercontinental Brokerage Corporation
ICM Basel
IContent GmbH
Idee Immo Concept GmbH
Idilei-Treuinvest
IFF AG Zukunftsunternehmen für Investment, Fonds, Finanzen
IFIC Integra Financial Consulting GmbH
IFS International Financial Services Inc.
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IHB Immobilien Heinen & Biege GmbH
IKF
Immorenta Immobilienbeteiligungsgesellschaft mbH
Imperia Invest IBC
Indara Projekt AG
Indices International Group IIG
Info-ZentralInformations-Service-Center (ISC)
Inkasso Team Moskau / TMA GmbH
Innoflex
Innovatio Allfinanz & Franchise System AG
INT Elektrizitätswerk Beteiligungs KG
Integral Finanz AG
Integral Treuhand Vermögensverwaltung GmbH
Integro Capital Partners
Intellectual Property Agency Ltd.
Inter Alpen AG
Inter Capital Bank
Inter Capital Bank Ltd.
Inter Credit Group
Interbank Asset Management Group AG / InterBank AG
Intercontinental Financial Developments Plc.
Interessensgemeinschaft Barbara Merkens
Interfinance Investment & Credits
Interglob AG
INTERMEX International Ltd.
International Bioremediation Services Inc.
International Insurance Holding Inc.
International Invest Ltd
International Travel Services Ltd.
Internet Media AG
Internetwebshop
Inventaire Pro
Inveractivos
InvestInvestor Relations Corp.
Inveteratus Asset Management
IOPTS International Organization for Patent & Trademark Service Corporation
IPS AG – Internationale Produktvermarktungs Systeme
ISR Management & Consulting Ltd
ISS Immobilien Schutz und Service AG (ISS AG)
ISS Immobilienschutz und Service AG
ITL-Enterprises Inc.
Immega
Ibekwe
Just
Jochum
Jester
Junges
Jaeger Research GmbH
Jefferies Associates Group
Jejkal AG Strategische Investments
Johnsons Banking Group
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Johnsons Banking Group
Joseph Cooke Ltd.
Julius Brown AG
Jump
Jachnicki
Jaufmann
Jansson
Jonas
Jedlitschka
Junghänel
Junghänel
Junghänel
Juratsch
Jentzer
Jilg
Jung
Karabunar
Kriewald
Knobloch
Kinner
Käner
Kontze
Kratz
Kostas
Körner
Keffel – Fallahi
Kaiser
Klein
Klaas
Krenzer
Kletsch
Kappes
Kloiber
Kiehl
Kappes
KlaffenböcKraushaar
Kleefisch
Krefft
Klaffenböck
Kaltofen
Kühnen
K & S -Frisia
K&K. B. P. Vermögensverwaltung
K1 Group
K1-Group
Kaikatsu Group
Kanzlei Knil
Kanzlei Range & Partner
Kapital-Consult GmbH
Karriere AG
Köllner-Unternehmensgruppe
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König & Cie
KCP Bank
Kingside Establishment
Kirkland Lee
KK ImmobilienFonds I AG & Co. KG a.A.
Kleeblatt4U
Koch & Eilts GmbH & Co. KG
Koh-I-Noor
Konnex ImmoInvest GmbH
Konsumgüter Direktvertrieb e.V
Kredit einfach Vermittlungs GmbH
Krug Immobilien GmbH
KSF Korrespondenz-Service für Finanzsysteme
KSK International Ltd.
KubKusch und Partner GmbH
Kutag Capital Partners AG
Kutag Group
Kuwait Finance & Investment Company
KVG Internationale Kapitalvermittlung
KVV-Profi Management- und Beteiligung AG
KWD-Marketing
Kühne Bauspar- und Finanzierungsfachbüro
Küng & Partner Vermögensverwaltung AG
Klaffenböck
Klostermann
Keiner
Klappenbach
Klappenbach
Kastler
Kuzmanovic
Kraus
Keil
Kulecki
Kahnhäuser
Klein
Kuhlee
Karabunar
K.
Knobloch
Kiok
Klinge
Koehn
Kuhlen
Lebinger
Lorenz
Luft
Lampe
Leonhard
LehnoLohmann
Lohmann
Lee
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Leindecker
Lökkevik
Lucky Prices S.L.
Lepel Freiherr von
Lemke
Linder
Littig
Langanke
Limburg
Laubach
Lins
Lüthi
LAM Immobilien- und Beteiligungs AG
Landesbank Berlin – LBB/IBV Fonds
Landmark Invest Ltd.
Lange Vermögensberatung GmbH
Lange Vermögensberatung GmbH
Langenbahn AG
LBB-Fonds
LDG Capital Markets Company Limited
Lenz Immobilienhandel AG
Life
Lifetime Products Inc.
Liquid Asset Management Inc.
Lisser Consulting
Litz United GmbH & Co. KG
Locat – Projektsteuerung GmbH
Locstein Asset Management AG
Logotype Klostermann, Lässig
London Hong Kong Exchange plc
LPA Financial Services
LSC. Ltd.
Ltd. Ifi
LVA Garant Fund Inc.
Lichtenfels
Lenz
Leuze
Lengdorfer
Lutz
Marien
Möbius
Müller
Müller
Mohm
Morgenstern
Markof
Müller Dr.
Mathy
Müller
Miersch
Matten
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Moulatsiotis
MichalMatthiesen
Milincic
Matthies
Merkens
Marx
Meyer
Madden Group Inc.
Magnus GmbH&CO KG
MALAYSIA Credit
Malaysiacredit Van Bergen Corp.
Mallorca Trading
Malmsbury, Harrington and Seaford
Maonara AG
Marine Shuttle AS
Marine Shuttle Operations Inc.
Mark Marketing S.R.O.
Matic-Verlagsgesellschaft mbH
Matterhorn International
Mayer und Cie GmbH
MC Management Consulting & Financial Services
MCC Mariaux Chevre & Cie
McKenzie-Boyle Associates
Med-Synergy Mallorca GmbH & Co. KG
Media Concepte
Media Inkassomanagement AG
Media-Com LTD & Co. KG
Medivest
MEG AG
Mercaforex – Silver Holdings International Ltd.
Mercantus AG
Mercury Forex Investments Assets Ltd.
Meridian Capital Enterprises Ltd
METROPOL LEASING GMBH
MFIVE Ltd.
MFS 24
MG Beteiligungs AG
MICONA LTD.
MidAtlantic Holdings plc
Minera Real del Barqueno S.A.
Mitschka Alternative Advisory
MJS Developments S.A.
MK Service & Vertrieb
MK- Service & Vertrieb
MMC Medialog Marketing Company
MMCIS Investments
Mobilica.de
MOLY-FLON LIMITED
Money and Capital ASS.
Money Plus Worldwide Financial Limited
MonMach Marine Insurance Company Ltd.
Morgan Franklin Investment Inc.
MPC Capital
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MPC Capital AG
Mueller Capital Management (MCM)
Multi Advisor Fund I GbR
MWB Vermögensverwaltungs AG
Mehler
MÖLLER-BÜCKINS
Montag
Morris
Manns
Meyer
Mundt
MILLS
McGregor
Müller
 Nicolic
Noske
Neumann
Naumann
Nieder
Noske
Nitsche
Natea Financial Transactions Division
Nationales Markenregister AG
Natur- und Erlebniswelt Schmölln GmbH
NEO TECH PUBLISHING COMPANY INC.
Net Mobile AG
Netsolutions FZE
NEUBERT & PARTNER FINANZMANAGEMENT GMBH
Neuburg Financial AG
Neue Medien GmbH
New Century Capital
NEW Naturpark und Erlebniswelt Schmölln
New World Financial
Newton Forest
Noble Advisory Group
Nodorf und Partner
Non plus ultra Marketing GmbH
Nord Finanz KG
Nord-Analyse/Jürgen Harksen
Nordcapital
Norddeutsche Vermögensverwaltung
North Am GmbH
NOVI BETEILIGUNGS GMBH
NUEVO GMBH
NWK Consulting
NYTS New York Trading Services Ltd.
Nünlist
Noack
 Ohles
Ohlmann
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Obermann
Ohlenschläger
Ottersbach
O Online Casino
OBA OBJEKTPLANUNGS UND BAUGESELLSCHAFT MBH
Obtime GmbH
Ocean s Continental AG
EKOFINANZ PIPER & FISCHER (ÖKOFINANZ)
Offshore Shuttle AS
Olaf Tank – Rechtsanwalt
OLF OBERLAUSITZER FACTORING UND LEASING GMBH
OMNIKRON VERWALTUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MBH
Soldwisch
Optimal-Unternehmensgruppe
Opus one Corporation
Organi Juris GmbH
ORGANIJURIS HOLDING AG
Ost Com Holding AG
Ownership Emissionshaus
Ommer
Oberle
Olek
 Petrenko
Prehn
Piroth
Pelz
Pfeiffer
Piroth
Pirkel
Pirkel
Petsch
Pröckel
Pirkel
Pilling
Pirkel
Paco Integrated Energy Inc.
Pacon Capital S.A.
Pacta Invest GmbH
PACTA-INVEST GmbH
Partner Air Limited
Partner-Computer-Group Ltd.
PayPay Inc.
PayPay S.a.r.l.
PCG
Pentafox Höhn OHG
Pepper United S.R.O.
Perfect4u
Pharma Kontor AG
Phillip Alexander Securities & Futures Ltd.
Phoenix Kapitaldienst GmbH
Phönix Aktiengesellschaft
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Phönix Finanzsanierungs AG
Platinum Group International
Platonja GmbH
Plim Cooperation AG
PLUS CONCEPT GMBH
Plus Finanz Consulting GmbH
Postbank Finanzberatung AG
PPV Produkt-Promotion-Vertrieb
Pradofin
Premium Capital
Premium Firmenservice GmbH
Prime Core AG
Prime Gold Invest AG
Prime Select AG
Primus Consulting Optionshandel GmbH
Prinz zu Hohenlohe Jagstberg & Banghard GmbH
Private Commercial Office (PCO)
Private Equity Capital Group
Private Equity Invest AG
Private Fiduciary Trust GmbH
Private Investment Brokers and Financial Fonds Inc.
PRIZMA F.A. CENTER
Profi Moderne Wohnungsbaugenossenschaft
Profit.sawas.info
Projekta GmbH
Projostar GmbH
Prokon Kapital GmbH
Protectas Vermögensberatung GmbH
Protected International Inc.
PS-Leasing
Piroth
Petry
 Quinz
QES – Die Geldarchitekten
Quantum Asset Management
Quatro Group
QUEEN GMBH
Quinz Jürgen
Quorum AG
 Riesen van
Reegen
Riviera
Rose
Reinke
Ruppert
Rautenberg
Rüdenauer
Rist
Röll
Rohde
Runyeon
Rieß de Sanchez
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Rachensperger
Ramin
Rohde
Range
Reich
Rummelt
Runyeon
Reimers
Rohbeck
R&S GmbH
R.A.P. Vermögensanlagen-Aktiengesellschaft & Co. KG Immobilienverwaltung
Racingkasino.Com
Rainbow Real Estate Ltd.
Ralph Hübner Verlag
Ranston Ltd
Ranston Ltd.
Ravena Finanz Management AG
RDV GmbH
Real Estate AG
Rechtsanwalt Asmus
Register of Commerce – Markenregisterverzeichnis
Renko & Associates
Renta / Löwer
Rentmeister KG
Res Justitia GmbH
Residencia GmbH
Rheinisch Westfälische Grundbesitz AG
Richmond & Palmer Investments Inc
Riverblue GmbH
RK-invest intern. Ltd.
RKI Invest
RKV Finanzservice
Robyns Capital GmbH
Robyns Vermögensverwaltung GmbH
Rodman & Shaw Ltd.
Rontax-Treuhand
Rosiak Dr.
Ruhrstrom GmbH
Ruluso Holding Ltd.
Rushton Limited
Ruspa Capital AG
Ruyan Europe
Richter
Reime
Richtsteig
Rademann
Rippel
 Sälinger
Schwarz
Stefan
Storm
Seuchter
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Seumenicht
Schaefer
Scholl
Siegert
Schuhmann
Scharl
STRÖMBERG
Stanley
Splisteser
Sablowski
Schwarz
Stumpf
Scholz
Steigenberger
Schmidt
Seebacher
Sümper
Steuten
Schwartz
Simon
Schrämli
Spilker
Spanier
Seci
Stolte
Stolte
Schmid
Schmid
Schroeder
Seidel
Schmidtlein
Stangl
Steinbach
Stecker
Szulc
Schäfer
Spilker
Scholl
Stadelmaier
Shadi
Schäfer
Schmidt
Schaul
Sulser -Eggenberger
Schwarz
Sch.
S.
Schroeder Dr.
Schierloh
Sinn
Soldwisch
Smith
Schmidt
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Schrenk
Schieweck
Schmidt
S.
Schmid
S&K Deutsche Sachwert AG
S.B.E. Bank
S.B.E. Financial SA
S.L.I.C.E AG
Sachsen Planke GmbH
Sachsenpark AG
Safe Inrest Quota Obtain Ltd (auch bekannt unter SIQO)
Sagro
Sakura Financial Group
SAM FINANZ AG – Swiss Asset Management
San West Inc.
Sauer & Söhne
Saxonia Sparkasse Inc.
SBAG – Schweizerische Börsenabwicklungsgesellschaft mbH
Schmid Immobilien Ltd.
Schmiedendorf Arzneimittelvertrieb AG
Schuhbecks am Platzl GmbH
Schutzvereinigung der Versicherten, Sparer und Kapitalanleger e. V.
Schwabenland Büro
Schweizer Kapital AG
SCT Bank Ltd.
SD Global Equity AG & Co. KG
Seabed Invest AG
SEB Bank AG
Sebeka GmbH
Secured Communications Limited
Securenta AG
Securities Regulatory and Investment Board (SRIB)
Senior Invest
Servicebüro Natter
SFP Private Banking
SFR AG (Swiss Finance Research AG)
Sherwood Henderson Limited
Shibby & Partners
Sigma Leasing Ltd.
Sigma Trading Limited
Signature Equities Agency GmbH
Signum Edelsteine GmbH
Sisko System Haus AG
Skyline Advisory Group
Solatera Energy AG
Sole Invest GmbH
Solventa Finanzservice GmbH
Sophisticated Investor Inc.
SP Trade Investment Capital Ltd. / SP Trader Fund
Sparkasse Dortmund
Spree Finanz AG
Spree-Capital GmbH
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Star Invest
Stebo GmbH
Steinberg Investment Research AG
Steinberg Investments Ltd.
Stephens Capital Markets Limited
Sterling Asset Management AG
STIFX (stifxonline.com)
Stifxonline.com
Stonehard Consulting d.o.o.
Stratton & Partner
Stratton Wainwright
Suisse Banking
Suisse Life Securities
Sunset Handelsgesellschaft Unternehmergesellschaft
SVK Marketing GmbH
SVM24Direkt
SWAG – Schweizerische Wertpapierabrechnungsgesellschaft AG
SWD Sächsischer Wirtschaftsdienst
Swiss Agricole Asset Management
Swiss Basis GmbH
Swiss Bellair Bank
Swiss Credit Trust AG
SWISS DIVISION
Swiss Finance Conceptions & Marketing AG
SWISS Finance Consult
Swiss Finance Consult AG
Swiss Finance Consult AG
Swiss Finance Research AG
Swiss Key Equity Consult AG
Swiss Lotto – Gesellschaft Schweizer Zahlenlotto
Swiss Lotto Agency
Swiss Lotto Highstakes
Swiss Marketing GmbH
Swiss Siam Investment Club
Swiss Trading
Swiss World Cyber Lottery International – Swiss Lottery
Swiss-American Capital Management Institute,Inc.
SwissAudit Aktiengesellschaft
SwissKap AG
Swisskontor GmbH
Swissridge International Corp.
Switzerland Investment Group
Süddeutsche Stabak AG
Süddeutsche Stabak Aktiengesellschaft AG
Südwestbank AG
System Vorsorge Kapitalvermittlung (SVK)
Schmuck
Simon
Schlag
Sonntag
Schellscheidt
Schildbach
Schmidt
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Surowiec
 Tzolov
Tannenbaum
Thomson
Tucholke
Traxel
Teller
Trisl
TOBER
Tausch
Trice
Thimm
Turgut
Tank
T.K. Immobilien GmbH
Taipan
Talis Enterprise GmbH
Task Force Service GmbH
Taurus GmbH
TBC-Marketing AG
Telba GmbH
Tele Inside s.r.o.
Tellba GMBH
The Crown Group CH
The Vale Group / Vale Group InvestmentsVale Group Asset Management /
Thomas Moore
Titan
Titan Trading Group
TiViBo GmbH
Tortola Capital
Trade Direct GmbH
Transatlantic Business & Management Ltd.
TRC Telemedia e.K.
Treberhilfe Berlin gGmbH
Treff Hotel Beteiligung
Trend Capital AG
Treu-Control Wirtschaftsberatungs- und Treuhandgesellschaft mbH
Treulux AG
Tri-Hub International
Triagon Holding AG
Trias Erste KG
Trias Zweite KG
Trikom Consulting GmbH
Trinity Ventures
TSI Consulting
TSI-Consulting
Turner Mayfield Advisory A.G.
TVI Express
Two For 1 Sportsbook
TXL Business Academy GmbH
TXL Capital Management GmbH
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Tang
Täubert
 Ullmann
Uhlendorff
UBS Deutschland AG
UFB VERMITTLUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MBH
UFP
UGV Inkasso
Ulrich Engler Daytrading
Ulrich Petry
ULRICH VERLAG KG
ULRICH- VERLAG KG
Unabhängige Wirtschaftskanzlei Wolfgang Gelbke
Unia Holding AG
Unia Industrie Holding AG
Unispar Banque PLC
United Invest Management Deutschland Ltd & Co. KG
United Investors
United Markets (Asia) Limited
United Network Industries (Uni AG)
United Re-Insurance Group
United Trust Bank Plc.
United Trust of Switzerland S.A
United Trust of Switzerland S.A.
Unitymedia Hessen GmbH & Co KG
Universal Settlements International (USI) Inc.
Univest Limited
Univesta
Univesta Björk Immobilien und Anlage GmbH & Co.
Unternehmensgruppe Esdinero
UOT Financial Services Limited
US GOLD INTERNATIONAL LTD.
US Securities Agency (USSA)
Usecom Software AG
 Volkmann
Völl
Vitor
Voß
van Dien
van Dyken
Voll
von Eugen
Varin
Varin
Vejpustek
Volk
Vogel
von Krauthahn
V-O-B Handelsgesellschaft mbH
V/F Operation Leasing GmbH
VABA AG
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ValueMaker
VALUTA VERMÖGENSVERWALTUNG GMBH
VanFunds / Vandior Inc.
Vanilla
VCI
Ventana Biotech Inc.
Ventono Capital GmbH
Venture Associates
Verbraucherdienst.e.V
Verimount FZE
Versicherungsdienst
Vertex Commodities
Verum Placement Ltd.
Vierte Juragent GmbH & Co. Prozesskostenfonds KG
VIT EnvironmentSystems AG
Vitascanning AG
Viva Tenerife Services
Volkssolidarität Sozial-Immobilien GmbH
Volkssolidarität Sozialimmobilienfonds GmbH & Co. KG
 Wood
Wächter
Wintzler
Willer
Wiedenbauer
Walkemeyer
Weimer
Walkemeyer
Wolter
Wolter
Wagner
W.
Wagner
Wolfram
Wolfram
Werner Dr.
Wagner
Wulff
Wagner
Weislogel
Walker
Wagner
WABAG – Wirtschaftsanalyse und Beratung AG
Wagner Finanzvermittlung GmbH
Wahl + Partner GmbH
Warrick Management Group Ltd.
Waterman Associates
WBwso Ltd
Wconstrukt
Wealth and Asset Planning
Webtains GmbH
Weizman Associates
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Weizman Associates LLC
Wellshire Securities GmbH
West Atlantic Credit Group
WESTGATE Financial AG
Westminster Financial Management Ltd
Weyhill Establishments
WFB sro
White Birds Germany GmbH
Whitherspoon, Seymour & Robinson Corp.
Who is Who Prominentenenzyklopädie AG
WIBAG Immobilien und Beteiligung Aktiengesellschaft
Wicon Wirtschafts- und Finanzkontor Betz & Kronacher Beteiligungsgesellschaft
WIETEC-Germany
WIG – Wirtschaftszentrale für Industrie und Gewerbe AG
WIHH – Wirtschaftsinstitut für Industrie, Handel, Handwerk AG
WILL GMBH FINANZBERATUNG & VERWALTUNG
William Smith Partners
Wilton Investment Group
WiRe AG
Wirtschafts- und Finanzberatung Lindow-Giebel
Wirtschaftskanzlei Jilg GmbH
Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft Contor GmbH
WNB Finanzanlagen AG
Wohnbaufinanz
Wohnungsbaugesellschaft Leipzig West AG
Wohnungsbaugesellschaft Leipzig-West AG
Wonsei AG
Woodbridge Business Corp.
World Capital Group
World Capital Holding Corporation
WORLD MEDIA FONDS
World Telecom Data
WorldClearing Holding Inc.
Worldexchange
WorldFX-club
WSR – Whitherspoon, Seymour & Robinson Corporation
Würzburger Aktiengesellschaft für Vermögensbeteiligungen und Verwaltung (WAG)
 X Com Ltd.
Ximex Executive Ltd
XYZ NOMINEES LTD
 Y2M Media Limited
YESILADA BANK LTD.
Young Media Spain S.L.
Yuca Park
 Ziedd
Zeitler
Zürbis
Zimmermann
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Zürbis
Zietlow
Zürbis
Zollweg
Zürbis
Zensen-Döring
Z.E.N.I.T. AG
ZAK Inkasso
Zapf Creation
ZBI Zentral Boden Immobilien AG
ZDR-Datenregister GmbH
ZeBo GmbH
ZECH & ZECH VERMÖGENSVERWALTUNG GMBH
Zeder Immobilien Treuhand AG
ZEDER INVESTMENT AG
Zenith Commodities Ltd
ZENKER WOHNBAU AG
Zentrum für Wirtschaftspraxis
Zinnwald Financiers
Zucomex The Zurich Commodities Exchange
Zurich Capital Gruppe
Zurich Direct

Opfer in 2011:

– Angela Merkel

– Wolfgang Schäuble

– Accessio AG

– Allianz Global Investors

– Antek International

– Andreas Decker

– Anna Schwertner

– Bank of America

– Barclays

– Bernd Müller

– Bernd Pulch

– Beluga

– Bliznet Group Inc.

– Centrum Immobilien

– Citigroup

– Coldwell Banker

– Commerzbank

– CPA Capital Partners

– Credit Suisse

– CSA

– CWI

– Debiselect

– D.E.U.S.eG – Jürgen Oswald

– Deutsche Bank

– Deutsche Anstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht

– DKB Bank

– Dr. Paul Jensen

– Ekrem Redzepagic

– Erste Mai GmbH

– Express Kurier Europa

– Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Frankfurt

– FRONTAL 21

– Garbe

– General Global Media

– Genfer Kreditanstalt

– HCI

– HSBC

– HypoLeasing

– Indara

– JPMorgan Chase

– Kreis Sparkasse Tübingen

– Leipziger Bauträger (etliche Firmen, hier subsummiert)

– Lloyds Bank

– Lothar Berresheim

– Martina Oeder

– Martin Sachs

– Meridian Capital

– Money Pay

– Norinchukin Bank

– Oak Tree

– Prime Estate

– Prosperia Mephisto 1 GmbH & Co KG

– Raiffeisen- und Volksbanken

– Rothmann & Cie.

– Stefan Schramm

– Teldafax

– TipTalk.com

– Wirecard

Natürlich alles OHNE IRGENDEINEN BEWEIS VON VORBESTRAFTEN SERIENBETRÜGERN AUF EINER HOMEPAGE MIT KEINER ECHTEN PERSON IM IMPRESSUM STATTDESSEN MIT EINER NEW YORKER BRIEFKASTENADRESSE IM AUFTRAG MUTMASSLICH VON RA JOCHEN RESCH UND RA MANFRED RESCH, PETER EHLERS UND GERD BENNEWIRTZ -UND UNTER MITARBEIT VON GOOGLE, DEUTSCHLAND,

ALS “FRONTMANN” VON “GOMOPA” AGIERT DER DUTZENDWEISE VORBESTRAFTE KLAUS MAURISCHAT UNTER ANDEREM WEGEN BETRUGES AN SEINEM EIGENEN ANLEGER

Das Urteil gegen„GoMoPa“-Maurischat: Betrug am eigenen Anleger wg € 10.000,-

110401 6 Neues Opfer der RA Resch GoMoPa   STASI Kriminellen: Vorbestrafte GoMoPa Anlegerbetrüger   krankhaft kriminell h
Die Verurteilung von Klaus Maurischat und Mark Vornkahl wegen Betruges am eigenen Anleger Klaus Maurischat und Mark Vornkahl, Betreiber vonwww.gomopa.net: Am 24. April 2006 war die Verhandlung am Amtsgericht Krefeld in der Betrugssache: Mark Vornkahl / Klaus Maurischat ./. Dehnfeld. Aktenzeichen: 28 Ls 85/05 Klaus MaurischatLange Straße 3827313 Dörverden.Das in diesem Verfahren ausschließlich diese Betrugsache verhandelt wurde, ist das Urteil gegen Klaus Maurischat recht mäßig ausgefallen.Zusammenfassung der Verhandlung vom 24.04.2006 vor dem Schöffengericht des AG Krefeld in der Sache gegen Klaus Maurischat und Mark Vornkahl.Zur Hauptverhandlung erschienen:Richter Dr. Meister, 2 Schöffen,Staatsanwalt, Angeklagter Klaus Maurischat, vertr. durch RA Meier, Berlin; aus der U-Haft zur Verhandlung überführt.1. Eine Gerichtsvollzieherin stellt unter Ausschuss der Öffentlichkeit eine Urkunde an den Angeklagten Maurischat zu.2. Bei Mark Vornkahl wurde im Gerichtssaal eineTaschenpfändung vorgenommen.Beginn der HauptverhandlungDie Beklagten verzichten auf eine Einlassung zu Beginn.Nach Befragung des Zeugen Denfeld zum Sachverhalt wurde dieVerhandlung auf Wunsch der Staatsanwaltschaft und den Verteidigern unterbrochen.Der Angeklagte Maurischat gab nach Fortsetzung derHauptverhandlung Folgendes zu Protokoll:Er sähe ein, dass das Geld auf das falsche Konto gegangen sei und nicht dem eigentlichen Verwendungszweck zugeführt wurde. Das Geld sei aber zurückgezahlt worden und er distanziere sich ausdrücklich von einem Betrug.Schließung der BeweisaufnahmeDer Staatsanwalt verließt sein PlädoyerEr halte am Vorwurf des Betruges fest. Mit Hinweis auf die einschlägigen Vorstrafen des Angekl. Maurischatund auf laufende Ermittlungsverfahren, beantrage er ein Strafmaß von 1 Jahr und 6 Monaten.Er halte dem Angeklagten zu Gute, dass dieserWiedergutmachung geleistet habe, und dass dieser geständig war. Zudem läge die letzte Verurteilung wegen Betruges 11 Jahre zurück. Auch sei der Geschädigte nicht in existentielle Not geraten, wobei der Staatsanwalt nicht über noch laufende Verfahren hinweg sehen könne. Er läge aber dem Angeklagten Maurischat nahe, keine weiteren Aktivitäten im Bezirk der Staatsanwaltschaft Krefeld auszuüben, insbesondere möchte er, dass keine weiteren Anleger im Bezirk der Staatsanwaltschaft Krefeld durch GoMoPa akquiriert werden.Die Freiheitsstrafe soll zur Bewährung ausgesetzt werden.Plädoyer des Verteidigers des Angekl. Maurischat, Herrn RA MeierEr schließe sich, wie (in der Unterbrechung) vereinbart, dem Staatsanwalt an.Es stimme, dass sein Mandant Fehler in seiner Vergangenheit gemacht habe, und dass er auch diesmal einen Fehler begangen haben könnte, jedoch sei der Hinweis wichtig, dass sein Mandant aus diesen Fehlern gelernt habe.Der Angeklagte haben das letzte Wort.Maurischat sagt, es sei bereits alles gesagt worden.Unterbrechung zu Hauptverhandlung. Der Richter zieht sich mit den Schöffen zur Beratung zurück.Urteilsverkündung:Der Angeklagte wird des gemeinschaftlichen Betrugs für schuldig befunden.Der Angeklagte Klaus Maurischat wird zu einerFreiheitsstrafe von 1 Jahr und 6 Monaten verurteilt. Diese wird zur Bewährung ausgesetzt.Die Bewährungszeit wird auf 3 Jahre festgesetzt.Der Haftbefehl gegen Klaus Maurischat wird aufgehoben.Der Angeklagte trage die Kosten des Verfahrens.UrteilsbegründungDer Richter erklärt, dass eine Täuschung des Geschädigtenvorliegt und somit keine Untreue in Betracht kommen kann.Die Fragen, ob es sich um einen Anlagebetrug handele sei irrelevant. Er hält den Angeklagten die geleistete Wiedergutmachung zu Gute.Ebenso ist das Geständnis für die Angeklagten zu werten. Zudem liegt die letzte Verurteilung des Angeklagten Maurischat 11 Jahre zurück.Die Parteien verzichten auf Rechtsmittel. Das Urteil ist somit rechtskräftig.Mit dem heutigen Urteil endet ein Kapitel in derBetrugssache Goldman Morgenstern & Partners, Klaus Maurischat und Mark Vornkahl.Alle GoMoPa.net Verantwortlichen, Maurischat, Vornkahl und Henneberg sind nun vorbestrafte Abzocker und Betrüger und die Zukunft der Pseudoklitsche GoMoPa.net sieht duster aus.Mir dem Geständnis der beiden ABZOCKER MAURISCHAT UND VORNKAHL vor Gericht bricht ein jahrelangaufrechterhaltenes Lügengeflecht von einigen primitiven Betrügern zusammen. Gewohnheitsverbrecher und Denunzianten,die rechtschaffene Personen und Firmen in ihren Verbrecherforen kriminalisierten.

TOP-SECRET – Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station 12-0526

28 May 2012

TEPCO video of the 26 May 2012 tour shown below:http://photo.tepco.co.jp/en/date/2012/201205-e/120526-01e.html

TEPCO high-resolution photos of the tour:

http://photo.tepco.co.jp/en/date/2012/201205-e/120528_01e.html
http://photo.tepco.co.jp/en/date/2012/201205-e/120528-02e.html

27 May 2012

Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station 26 May 2012

These photos are reduced to half-size of the originals. The 16 full-size originals:

http://cryptome.org/2012-info/daiichi-12-0526/daiichi-12-0526.zip (18.4MB)

TEPCO report on structural stability of Unit 4, 25 May 2012:

http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/nu/fukushima-np/images/handouts_120525_05-e.pdf

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Cryptome Nuclear Power Plant and WMD series: http://cryptome.org/nppw-series.htm

 


 

 

Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station 26 May 2012

[Image]Media persons and Tokyo Electric Power Co. employees look at the company’s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant during a press tour in Okuma town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. (Tomohiro Ohsumi, Pool)
[Image]Reactor buildings from left to right, the No. 1, the No. 2, the No. 3 and the No. 4, are seen during a press tour at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s (TEPCO) Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. (Tomohiro Ohsumi, Pool)
[Image]Members of the media and Tokyo Electric Power Co. employees walk in front of the No. 4 reactor building, rear, crippled by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, at the utility company’s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. (Tomohiro Ohsumi, Pool)
[Image]The damaged No. 4 reactor building stands at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. Japanese Environment and Nuclear Minister Goshi Hosono, accompanied by the media, has visited the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant to inspect a reactor building and its spent fuel pool at the center of safety concerns. (Tomohiro Ohsumi, Pool)
[Image]Goshi Hosono, Japan’s environment and nuclear minister, third from left, wearing a red helmet, along with members of the media, walks on the No. 4 reactor building at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s (TEPCO) Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. Japan’s environment and nuclear minister Hosono visited the tsunami-crippled nuclear power plant Saturday to inspect a spent fuel pool at the center of safety concerns. (Tomohiro Ohsumi, Pool)
[Image]Goshi Hosono, Japan’s environment and nuclear minister, inspects the No. 4 reactor building at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. The visit by Hosono, apparently aimed at demonstrating the safety of the facility, came amid renewed concerns about conditions at the plant’s No. 4 reactor after its operator reported a bulging of the building’s wall. (Toshiaki Shimizu, Japan Pool) [Yellow reactor containment dome at center background.]
[Image]Workers walk in front of the No. 4 reactor building at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma town, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. (Tomohiro Ohsumi, Pool)
[Image]An inside view of the damaged No. 4 reactor building is seen at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. (Toshiaki Shimizu, Japan Pool)
[Image]The inside of the tsunami-crippled No. 4 reactor building is seen during a press tour at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s (TEPCO) Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012.(Toshiaki Shimizu, Japan Pool)
[Image]Japan’s Environment and Nuclear Minister Goshi Hosono, second from left, inspects a pool containing spent fuel rods inside the No. 4 reactor building at Tokyo Electric Power Co. ‘s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. The pool, located at the top of the building above the reactor, remains one of the plant’s biggest risks due to its vulnerability to earthquakes. (Toshiaki Shimizu, Japan Pool)
[Image]A pool for spent fuel rods is seen inside the No. 4 reactor building of Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. The pool, located at the top of the building above the reactor, remains one of the plant’s biggest risks due to its vulnerability to earthquakes. (Toshiaki Shimizu, Japan Pool)
[Image]The No. 3 reactor building is seen at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s (TEPCO) Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. Japan’s environment and nuclear minister, accompanied by the media, visited the tsunami-crippled nuclear power plant Saturday to inspect a spent fuel pool at the center of safety concerns. (Tomohiro Ohsumi, Pool)
[Image]The No. 1, left, and the No. 2, reactor buildings are seen during a press tour at the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant of Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) in Okuma, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. (Tomohiro Ohsumi, Pool)
[Image]Workers carry out radiation screening on a bus for a media tour at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) ‘s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, on Saturday, May 26, 2012. Japan’s environment and nuclear minister, accompanied by the media, visited the tsunami-crippled nuclear power plant Saturday to inspect a spent fuel pool at the center of safety concerns. (Tomohiro Ohsumi, Pool)
[Image]A worker carries out radiation screening on a bus for a media tour at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) ‘s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, on Saturday, May 26, 2012. (Tomohiro Ohsumi, Pool)
[Image]A worker walks through the building used as crisis management headquarters at the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant of Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s (TEPCO) in Okuma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, Saturday, May 26, 2012. (Tomohiro Ohsumi, Pool)

TOP-SECRET – Criminals and Hacktivists May Use 2012 Summer Olympics as Platform for Cyberattacks

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Executive Overview

(U) Major social events such as the World Cup, Super Bowl, and Olympics have typically drawn the interest of cyber criminals and hacktivists. Open source reporting indicated that China was subjected to approximately 12 million online attacks per day during the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Two months after the closing ceremony for the 2008 Games, cyber criminals began launching campaigns using 2012 London Summer Olympic themes. Reporting last year indicates some groups are also preparing attacks linked to the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.

(U) Scams, malware campaigns and attacks will continue to grow in scale and complexity as the 27 July opening ceremony in London draws near. Event organizers, sponsors and British authorities continue to increase their physical and cybersecurity awareness as the event approaches. Information systems supporting the Games, transport infrastructure, law enforcement communications, financial operations and similar will become prime targets for criminals. A collective of approximately eighty-seven UK banks exercised their ability to withstand cyber attacks last November. Olympic organizers anticipated cyber threats and began testing their cybersecurity posture during ‘technical rehearsals’ by running scenarios from their Technology Operations Center (TOC) situated on Canary Wharf. The TOC will be manned with over one hundred personnel continuously monitoring critical applications, such as the Commentator Information System, organizers’ intranet, and a telecom infrastructure encompassing 900 servers, 1,000 network and security devices, and 9,500 computers. In addition, British law enforcement organizations have been collaborating with the U.S. Secret Service and other industry experts to understand attack vectors, detection methods and mitigation strategies to combat the threat. However, the cyber implications are more expansive than localized attacks against systems and encompass globally distributed Olympic-themed malware, spam campaigns and scams.

(U) There are eleven global sponsors of the 2012 Olympic Games: Coca-Cola, Acer, Atos, Dow, General Electric, McDonalds, Omega, Panasonic, Proctor & Gamble, Samsung, and VISA. These sponsors include a variety of companies, some of which are Critical Infrastructure Key Resources (CIKR) or Information Sharing Analysis Center (ISAC) members. The actions or creditability of the sponsors may become targets for cyber criminals or hacktivists. The purpose of this bulletin is to provide a strategic outlook for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games and similar events to assist partners in detecting and mitigating related attacks.

Technical Details

(U) Disruption of Operations: Protestors could choose to disrupt the Games using cyber or physical means. Typical methods of cyber disruption include a denial of service (DOS) or distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack, which may be the result of a physical or cyber action, and causes an interruption of business operations against a network, website or other resources. With an IT staff of over five thousand (approximately half are volunteers), there is potential for insider attacks during the Olympics which could cause a DOS, this bulletin will focus on a DOS or DDOS achievable through technological means only. DDOS attacks are typically launched using a botnet and the ability to bring down a target depends on three variables:

  • Type of DDOS: Certain styles of DDOS attacks are more effective than others, depending on the type of DDOS attacks. DDOS attacks typically manipulate the way systems communicate.
  • Size of the botnet: A large botnet spanning multiple network blocks and geographic locations is more difficult to mitigate than a small, group of attackers concentrating on a single target.
  • Resiliency of the target infrastructure: The ability of an organization to withstand a robust DDOS attack depends on the infrastructure and technology solutions in place (routers, firewalls, ISPs, etc).

(U) Attackers motivated by ideals are considered hacktivist and a wide spectrum of events may at as a flashpoint for their attacks. Criminals or hacktivists utilizing DDOS attacks or web defacements may be motivated by ideological or financial objectives. For example, in February, a group of Iranian hackers dubbed the “Cocain (sic) Warriors” took credit for defacing the official website of the National Olympic Committee of Azerbaijan and the website of Azerbaijan Airlines. The actors left an anti-Israeli political message about Azerbaijan and Israel’s recent increased cooperation and arms deal. Israel recently announced that it was selling $1.6 billion in arms to Azerbaijan, a move that upset both Armenia and Iran. The text of the defacement was political, with likely intentions to reach as broad an audience as possible and amplify the message by targeting an Olympics-related national-level website. The following are examples of things which may incite hacktivists to launch attacks during the Olympics:

  • Olympic organizer issued warnings about stringent enforcement of limiting photography, digital recordings and general publishing of Olympic activities. This warning included prohibition of content being posted to social media sites. It is possible that tight enforcement of copyright infringement laws during the games may also prompt cyber reactions.
  • The recent controversy over stadium panels provided by Dow. Critics have tried to block the installation of the panels because of the Dow links to Union Carbide, which was accused of the 1984 gas leak in Bhopal, India. These pre-game criticisms by activists may translate to physical protests or cyber actions.
  • Hacktivists have consistently attacked websites and networks of countries ‘perceived’ as violating human rights, especially countries that endorse policies that limit access to digital content. As a result, countries banning or controlling Internet access to Olympic Games will also likely draw the attention of global hacktivists.
  • Hacktivists may rally around an unforeseen cause, such as the emergence of a news story surrounding the Olympics or Olympics sponsors that hacktivists find offensive or that conforms to their ideological platform (e.g. allegations of corporate malfeasance, environmental damage, corruption, etc.).

(U) Information Theft: The second type of attack would have a goal of information theft. This information could be used to grant a competitive edge to a company, individual or other entity. This type of attack may be facilitated by an insider or a remote attacker exfiltrating data through a system compromise. Criminals seeking competitive advantage often use spearphishing to penetrate a network. Spearphishing is an email-based attack where tailored emails containing malicious attachments or links are sent to key personnel identified during reconnaissance operations. These emails are especially convincing because they appear to be sent from a legitimate source. The highly customized nature of spearphishing emails and employment of spoofed email addresses make it extremely difficult to mitigate at the email gateway. In addition, advanced attackers understand how to bypass email filters and antivirus software so that the payload can be delivered successfully. Adversaries may target Olympic personnel to gain access to engineering schematics, scoring technologies, competitor information, ticketing systems, or similar targets.

Future Outlook

(U) The 2014 Winter Olympics to be held in Sochi, Russia, have prompted (and will likely prompt more) attention to controversial issues and Russia’s role in the region. Sochi is located on the Black Sea and borders the North Caucasus region. The North Caucasus is part of the Russian Federation and is comprised of several smaller republics, many ethnic groups and a rich cultural legacy wracked by war, intermittent violence and competing claims to power. Legacies surrounding land claims and ethnic sovereignty issues in the Caucasus have been ongoing for centuries, and they continue to the current day with wars having occurred in the last few decades, particularly in the early 1990s in Chechnya and between Georgia and South Ossetia as recently as 2008. This demonstrates that political beliefs (or reactions to such speech) are often expressed via cyber means in the region.

(U) Pro-Olympic Cyber Attacks: The construction of the 2014 Olympics facilities near the UNESCO protected Caucasus Biosphere Reserve and Sochi National Park has drawn criticisms from global environmental groups, as well as local Sochi news organizations. These Sochi news portals came under attack in late 2010 because of their vocal opposition to the Olympic construction. It is unknown who perpetrated this series of attacks, but their choice of targets indicates the attacker was possibly attempting to subdue opposition.

(U) Hacktivism: Hacktivists (Anonymous Kavkaz) purporting to be part of the larger Anonymous collective vowed to attack MegaFon on May 21, 2012 as part of ‘Operation BlackHole’. MegaFon is Russia’s second largest mobile phone operator in Russia and one of the national sponsors for the 2014 Winter Olympics, to be held in Sochi, Russia. The Adiga actors expressed outrage about the location of the Olympics in Sochi, Russia, as they believe that the Olympic complex is being built upon mass graves from the Circassian genocide. The attack date is significant, as Circassians commemorate the Circassian-Russian War every year on May 21, the day that Circassia was annexed by the Russians and as a remembrance of the genocide that the Circassians believed occurred at the hands of the Russians.

(U) Anonymous Kavkaz (aka Adiga Hackers) started a Twitter feed on Feb. 25 and have only updated it twice, with just a handful of followers as of this writing. The true affiliation with the larger Anonymous group seems unlikely because:

  • Anonymous Kavkaz does not appear to be active in the main communications channels, where they would be most likely to make connections with more capable actors.
  • Anonymous Kavkaz’s Facebook presence is more geared toward ethnic, religious and political grievances in the Caucasus than with traditional Anonymous causes.

(U) The group purports to have attacked and disabled (exact means unknown) the server of the Russian Commercial Bank (a subsidiary of another Russian bank, the VTB Bank) on March 29, 2012. According to a website monitoring service, the bank’s website was having problems, but it is unclear what the issues were or if they were related to the alleged attack.

(U) Politically motivated actors from this region vary in ability, but the Russian e-crime underground offers advanced capabilities that could be sought out by North Caucasus hacktivists. Similarly, the Adiga hackers could seek more skilled Anonymous-associated actors for assistance, but thus far they have not been observed communicating in known Anonymous communications channels. This could be good indication that they are only peripheral, aspirational actors. It is possible the Adiga hackers only adopted the Anonymous moniker in an attempt to gain legitimacy and anchor their somewhat obscure cause in the framework of a larger movement to attract more followers or participants.

(U) This is the first time Russia has hosted the Olympics (the 1980 Olympic Games were held in the USSR) and officials are actively monitoring the region for any indication of unrest. Russia has recently deployed military forces to the North Caucasus as part of a broader effort to stabilize the region in the lead-up to the 2014 Olympics.

(U) Although each host country will face unique challenges, the majority of cyber threats will remain consistent as officials begin preparations for the 2016 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and 2018 (Pyeongchang, South Korea) Olympic Games. DHS and partners should continue to coordinate with impacted CIKR partners while promoting awareness campaigns to minimize malware infections.

 

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APPENDIX: STASI-NAMEN ALPHABETISCH BUCHSTABE BS-BU – STASI NAMES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BS-BU

Die Liste wurde bereits früher hier publiziert:

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

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

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

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

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SECRET – The FBI – Chinese National Charged with Illegal Export of Sensitive Technology to China

BOSTON—A Chinese national in Massachusetts on business was arrested for illegally supplying U.S. origin parts to end-users in China in violation of U.S. export laws.

Qiang Hu, a/k/a Johnson Hu, 47, was charged in a complaint with conspiracy to violate the Export Administration Regulations and the International Emergency Economic Powers Act. The complaint, originally filed on May 18, was unsealed after Hu’s arrest at his hotel in North Andover yesterday.

The complaint alleges that Hu has been the sales manager at MKS Instruments Shanghai Ltd. (MKS-Shanghai) since 2008. MKS-Shanghai is the Shanghai sales office of MKS Instruments Inc. (MKS), which is headquartered in Andover. Hu’s employment gave him access to MKS-manufactured parts, including export-controlled pressure-measuring sensors (manometer types 622B, 623B, 626A, 626B, 627B, 722A, and 722B), which are commonly known as pressure transducers. Pressure transducers are export controlled because they are used in gas centrifuges to enrich uranium and produce weapons-grade uranium.

The complaint alleges that beginning in 2007, Hu and others caused thousands of MKS pressure transducers worth millions of dollars to be exported from the United States and delivered to unauthorized end-users using export licenses that were fraudulently obtained from the U.S. Department of Commerce. The complaint alleges that Hu and his co-conspirators used two primary means of deception to export the pressure transducers. First, the conspirators used licenses issued to legitimate MKS business customers to export the pressure transducers to China and then caused the parts to be delivered to other end-users who were not themselves named on the export licenses or authorized to receive the parts. Second, the conspirators obtained export licenses in the name of a front company and then used these fraudulently obtained licenses to export the parts to China, where they were delivered to the actual end-users.

MKS is not a target of the government’s investigation into these matters.

Hu remains in custody and is scheduled for a detention hearing on May 31 at 11 a.m. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison, to be followed by up to three years of supervised release, and a $1 million fine.

United States Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz; Richard DesLauriers, Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Boston Field Office; Bruce M. Foucart, Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Office of Homeland Security Investigations in Boston; and John J. McKenna, Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Export Enforcement, Boston Field Office made the announcement today. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys William D. Weinreb and B. Stephanie Siegmann in Ortiz’s Antiterrorism and National Security Unit.

The details contained in the complaint are allegations. The defendant is presumed to be innocent unless and until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.

TOP-SECRET from the FBI – Jury Convicts Naser Jason Abdo on All Counts in Connection with Texas Bomb Plot

WACO, TX—A jury this afternoon in Waco convicted 22-year-old Naser Jason Abdo on federal charges in connection with a July 2011 bomb plot in Killeen, Texas. The conviction was announced by U.S. Attorney Robert Pitman and FBI Special Agent in Charge Armando Fernandez.

The jury convicted Abdo of one count of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction; one count of attempted murder of officers or employees of the United States; two counts of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a federal crime of violence; and two counts of possession of a destructive device in furtherance of a federal crime of violence.

Testimony presented at trial revealed that on July 27, 2011, Abdo unlawfully attempted to create and detonate a bomb in an attempt to kill, with pre-meditation and malice aforethought, members of the uniformed services of the United States and to shoot survivors of said detonation with a firearm. Evidence further revealed that Abdo did knowingly possess a .40 caliber semi­automatic pistol while carrying out his plot.

“It’s important to note that this plot was interrupted and a potential tragedy prevented because an alert citizen notified law enforcement of suspicious activity, triggering prompt investigation and intervention. While we in law enforcement will be aggressive in investigating and prosecuting people like Mr. Abdo, we depend on the vigilance of the public in helping ensure the safety of the community,” said U.S. Attorney Robert Pitman.

Officers with the Killeen Police Department arrested Abdo on July 27, 2011. At the time of his arrest, the defendant, an absent without leave (AWOL) soldier from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, was in possession of the handgun, plus instructions on how to build a bomb as well as bomb making components. Testimony during the trial revealed that Abdo intended to detonate the destructive device inside an unspecified restaurant frequented by soldiers from Fort Hood.

“This verdict confirms the collective efforts by all of our partners on the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) to address terrorism in any shape or form, whether it be by one or by many,” said FBI Special Agent in Charge Armando Fernandez.

Abdo remains in federal custody. He faces up to life in federal prison for the attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction charge; up to 20 years in federal prison for the attempted murder charge; a mandatory 30 years in prison for each possession of a destructive device in furtherance of a federal crime of violence charge; and a mandatory five years in federal prison for each possession of a firearm in furtherance of a federal crime of violence charge. Sentencing is scheduled for 9:00 a.m. on July 20, 2012 before U.S. District Judge Walter S. Smith.

This case is being investigated by agents with the FBI, together with U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command; Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives; Killeen Police Department; and the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Assistant U.S. Attorneys Mark Frazier and Gregg Sofer of the Western District of Texas and Trial Attorney Larry Schneider of the Justice Department’s Counterterrorism Section are prosecuting this case on behalf of the government.

The Two Escobars – Full Movie

Plot Summary for
The Two Escobars – [HD] (2010)

Pablo Escobar was the richest, most powerful drug kingpin in the world, ruling the Medellín Cartel with an iron fist. Andres Escobar was the biggest soccer star in Colombia. The two were not related, but their fates were inextricably-and fatally-intertwined. Pablo’s drug money had turned Andres’ national team into South American champions, favored to win the 1994 World Cup in Los Angeles. It was there, in a game against the U.S., that Andres committed one of the most shocking mistakes in soccer history, scoring an “own goal” that eliminated his team from the competition and ultimately cost him his life. The Two Escobars is a riveting examination of the intersection of sports, crime, and politics. For Colombians, soccer was far more than a game: their entire national identity rode on the success or failure of their team. Jeff and Michael Zimbalist’s fast and furious documentary plays out on an ever-expanding canvas, painting a fascinating portrait of Pablo, Andres, and a country in the grips of a violent, escalating civil war. Written by David Ansen, Los Angeles Film Festival

Joseph D. Pistone aka “Donnie Brasco” – Full Movie

Joseph Dominick Pistone, alias Donnie Brasco, (born September 17, 1939), is a former FBI agent who worked undercover for six years infiltrating the Bonanno crime family and to a lesser extent the Colombo crime family, two of the Five Families of the Mafia in New York City.[1][2] Pistone was an FBI agent for 17 years and is considered to be an FBI legend.[3]
Pistone was a pioneer for deep long-term undercover work. J. Edgar Hoover originally did not want FBI agents to work undercover because it could be a dirty job and might end up tainting the agents, but Pistone’s work helped convince the FBI that using undercover agents instead of just using informants was a crucial tool in law enforcement.

Pistone was born in Erie, Pennsylvania and grew up in Paterson, New Jersey. He graduated from Paterson State College (now William Paterson University) with a B.A. in elementary education social studies in 1965, then worked as a teacher for one year before taking a position at the Office of Naval Intelligence. Pistone joined the FBI in 1969; after serving in a variety of roles, he was transferred to New York in 1974 and assigned to the truck hijacking squad.
His ability to drive 18-wheel trucks and bulldozers led to being chosen for what would become his first undercover operation, infiltrating a gang stealing heavy vehicles and equipment. His penetration of the group led to the arrest of over 30 people along the Eastern Seaboard in February 1976 – described at the time as one of the largest and most profitable theft rings ever broken in America. The name Donald (“Donnie”) Brasco was chosen to be Pistone’s alias.

Pistone was born in Erie, Pennsylvania and grew up in Paterson, New Jersey. He graduated from Paterson State College (now William Paterson University) with a B.A. in elementary education social studies in 1965, then worked as a teacher for one year before taking a position at the Office of Naval Intelligence. Pistone joined the FBI in 1969; after serving in a variety of roles, he was transferred to New York in 1974 and assigned to the truck hijacking squad.
His ability to drive 18-wheel trucks and bulldozers led to being chosen for what would become his first undercover operation, infiltrating a gang stealing heavy vehicles and equipment. His penetration of the group led to the arrest of over 30 people along the Eastern Seaboard in February 1976 – described at the time as one of the largest and most profitable theft rings ever broken in America. The name Donald (“Donnie”) Brasco was chosen to be Pistone’s alias.
[edit]Operation Donnie Brasco (1976–1981)
Pistone was selected to be an undercover agent because he was of Sicilian heritage, was fluent in Italian and was acquainted with the mob from growing up in New Jersey. He also said that he did not perspire under pressure and was aware of the Mafia’s codes of conduct and system. The operation was given the code name “Sun-Apple” after the locations of its two simultaneous operations: Miami (“Sunny Miami”) and New York (“The Big Apple”). After extensive preparation including FBI gemology classes and again using the alias Donnie Brasco, he went undercover as an expert jewel thief.
In September 1976, Pistone walked out of the FBI office and did not return for the next six years. The FBI erased Pistone’s history (making it seem like he never existed) and anyone who called asking for him would be told that no one by that name was employed there. His co-workers, friends and informants had no idea what had happened to him. Pistone stated that it was not the original aim to penetrate the Mafia; rather, the focus was to be on a group of people fencing stolen property from the large number of truck hijackings taking place each day in New York (five to six a day). It was intended that the undercover operation last for around six months.

TOP-SECRET – FBI Inspire Magazine Encourages the Use of Wildfires in Jihad

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(U//FOUO) The Denver Division of the FBI is releasing this report to raise the awareness of local and state law enforcement partners and public safety officials about the possible threat of wildfires.

(U//FOUO) Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has released issue 9 of its English-language “Inspire” Magazine. There is a portion of the magazine dedicated to attacking the United States by starting wildfires. The article instructs the audience to look for two necessary factors for a successful wildfire, which are dryness and high winds to help spread the fire. Specific fire conditions that are likely to spread fire quickly are Pinewood, crownfires (where the trees and branches are close together), and steep slope fires (fire spreads faster going up a slope).

(U//FOUO) Inspire magazine lists instructions for igniting a forest fire. The list of required materials include quick inflammable material (1/3 of a liter of gasoline), and a material with slow and long lasting inflammation (foam). The article continues to instruct the reader about how to prepare an ember bomb, which consists of gasoline soaked foam that is ignited by a timer. The article advises the reader to use thirty ember bombs, placed in the tops of trees about a third into the forest, opposite the wind.

(U//FOUO) Throughout Colorado, conditions are favorable for wildfires. Colorado’s forests have been impacted by the mountain pine beetle, and the plains regions are extremely dry. Continuous stands of dead lodgepole pine with dead needles in the crowns (typically lasting 2 to 3 years after a successful fire) will support running crown fires under the right weather conditions.

TOP-SECRET from the FBI – Texas Man Sentenced to Prison for Support to al Qaeda

HOUSTON—Barry Walter Bujol, Jr., a 30-year-old Hempstead, Texas resident and former student at Prairie View A&M University, has been sentenced to serve 20 years in federal prison, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Texas Kenneth Magidson announced today, along with Lisa Monaco, Assistant Attorney General for National Security. Bujol was convicted November 14, 2011 of attempting to provide material support to al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), a designated foreign terrorist organization.

Just moments ago, U.S. District Judge David Hittner handed Bujol the statutory maximum sentence, ordering him to serve 180 months in prison for attempting to provide material support to AQAP and 60 months in prison for aggravated identity theft, which will be served consecutively, for a total sentence of 240 months in prison.

“We do not take matters of potential national security lightly,” said U.S. Attorney Magidson. “This case and its successful resolution represents our commitment to making our communities a safer place to live.”

Bujol requested a bench trial before Judge Hittner, which lasted nearly four days, during which he acted as his own attorney. The United States presented a total of 325 trial exhibits and 12 witnesses, which resulted in Bujol’s convictions for both attempt to provide material support or resources to a designated foreign terrorist organization as well as aggravated identity theft.

Evidence revealed Bujol had asked Anwar Al-Aulaqi, a now-deceased Yemeni-American AQAP associate, for advice on raising money for the “mujahideen” without attracting police attention and on his duty as a Muslim to make “violent jihad.” Al-Aulaqi replied by sending Bujol a document entitled “42 Ways of Supporting Jihad,” which asserted that “‘jihad’ is the greatest deed in Islam…[and] obligatory on every Muslim.” Court records indicated the “jihad” Al-Aulaqi advocated involved violence and killing.

In 2009, Bujol made three attempts to depart the United States for the Middle East, but law enforcement, believing these were Bujol’s efforts to make “violent jihad,” thwarted him each time he tried to leave. Bujol eventually told a confidential source he desired to fight with the “mujahideen.” The source testified at trial, explaining that each time he told Bujol he would be joining AQAP, Bujol replied by saying, “God willing” in Arabic.

To prove his worth to the source and AQAP, Bujol performed numerous purported “training exercises,” often involving surveillance detection and covert means of communication. Moreover, Bujol repeatedly told the source that AQAP should attack the human beings essential to operate military unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) instead of attacking the UAVs themselves. Bujol suggested multiple targets, including one in the Southern District of Texas.

Bujol was arrested on May 30, 2010 after boarding a ship docked at the Port of Houston. He believed the ship was bound for Algeria, where he would stay at an al Qaeda safe house before continuing on to Yemen. Bujol intended to stow away to join AQAP and to deliver items to AQAP that a confidential source had given him. The items included two public access restricted military manuals, global position system receivers, pre-paid international calling cards, SIM cards, and approximately 2,000 in Euros, among other items. Bujol secured these items in his baggage and quickly boarded the ship. Minutes after stowing away in a room on board the ship, agents took him into custody without incident.

Simultaneously, agents executed a search warrant on his apartment and his laptop computer. On the computer, agents found a home-made video montage of still photographs, including images of Osama bin Laden, Najibullah Zazi, and multiple armed “mujahideen” fighters, which Bujol narrated. On the video, which was offered into evidence at trial, he addressed his words to his wife, explaining that he had left her suddenly and without forewarning to pursue “jihad.” Bujol told her he would likely not see her until the afterlife.

The aggravated identity theft charge, of which he was also convicted, stemmed from a false transportation worker identity card (purporting to be a card issued by the Transportation Security Administration) that Bujol possessed to access the Port of Houston. Bujol supplied the confidential source with a passport photo and a false name and the source used these materials to acquire the false card for use in the sting operation. On the night of the operation, Bujol used the false card to gain access to the port.

Bujol has been in federal custody since his May 30, 2010, where he will remain pending transfer to a U.S. Bureau of Prisons facility to be determined in the near future.

This multi-agency investigation was conducted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas, the Department of Justice’s Counterterrorism Section, the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force in Bryan, Texas—comprised of the Brazos County, Texas Sheriff’s Office; the Texas A&M University Police Department; the Bryan Police Department; the U.S. Secret Service;, the Waller County, Texas Sheriff’s Office; and the College, Texas Station Police Department. Other investigating agencies were the Houston FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force, the Prairie View A&M University Department of Public Safety, the New Jersey State Police, the Coast Guard Investigative Service, Homeland Security Investigations, Houston Police Department, and the Canada Border Services Agency.

The case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Mark McIntyre and Craig Feazel, as well as Garrett Heenan, Trial Attorney from the Counterterrorism Section of the Justice Department’s National Security Division, and former Assistant U.S. Attorney Mark W. White, III.

Al Capone: The Untouchable Legend – Full Movie

 

Al Capone: The Untouchable Legend is a new one-hour biography of the most notorious gangster in history. On January 17th, 1999, Al Capone would have celebrated his 100th birthday. His exploits in the early part of the century have inspired authors, journalists and filmmakers. Myths have always been woven around the figure of Al Capone. Born in Brooklyn, he began his career in crime as protege to New York underworld boss Frankie Yale in the early 1920’s, and then moved to Chicago where he made himself a multi-millionaire from the protection business, gambling, brothels, and speakeasies. He is most infamous for planning the massacre of seven members of a rival gang on Valentine’s Day in 1929. This was also the year the Justice Department named Eliot Ness to form a special crime-busting squad which came to be known as “The Untouchables.” In 1931 Alphonse Capone was convicted on income tax evasion and began an eleven year sentence in the Federal Prison on Alcatraz Island. Capone died in 1947 and is buried in Chicago’s Mount Carmel Cemetery.

But who really was this man? How did this child of Neapolitan immigrants become the most legendary gangster of the “Roaring Twenties.” Using historical film footage, movie scenes, and dramatic recreations filmed on location in Chicago, Brooklyn, Ellis Island, Florida’s Palm Island, and Alcatraz, Al Capone: The Untouchable Legend not only depicts the rise and fall of “Scarface,” but also looks behind the myths at the private family man. Interviews with Capone’s nephew Harry Hart, and with Capone experts John Binder, Dennis Hoffman and William Balsamo all help to illuminate the social and economic milieu of the ’20s and ’30s that led to the rise of the “Mafia.”

 

TOP-SECRET – Chicago Police NATO Summit Media and Reporter’s Guidelines

The following “media guidance” paper from the Chicago Police Department was obtained and published by the Illinois News Broadcasters Association.  The paper states that a number of routine activities for credentialed journalists, such as passing behind police lines, will not be allowed.  The paper also includes a number of ominous warnings about not getting arrested and how no special rights will be afforded journalists if they are arrested.

 

NOT INTENDED FOR GENERAL DISTRIBUTION.
FOR MEDIA GUIDANCE ONLY.

Debra Kirby, chief of the Chicago Police Department Office of International Relations, said it is not the intent of Chicago Police to limit or otherwise interfere with coverage of protests and other events related to the NATO summit. The department anticipates that members of the media will be accompanying protesters.

Kirby said the department is not endorsing a formal embedding policy (reporters/crews will not be assigned to tag along with specific police units).

The department is cognizant that not everyone covering the protests has a NATO or Chicago Police credential. Kirby said credentials from other jurisdictions will be honored, and she recommends that they be worn on a lanyard. At the same time, she is also aware that those who did so in New York encountered problems from protesters; doing so in such circumstances is a judgment call. If there is any question, reporters will be allowed to pull credentials from their pockets to show to police on the street. Information will be released through two joint incident command centers, effective Friday.

– U.S. Secret Service (Security-related information and arrest tallies): (312) 469-1440
– City/OEMC: (312) 746-9454
– Chicago Police News Affairs (generally for non-NATO-related information): (312) 745-6110

In addition, she said that Chicago Police lieutenants and captains “on the ground” will have access to most information. At minimum, OEMC will host one briefing a day on activities relating to the summit at OEMC headquarters, 1411 W. Madison St., probably in the evening. She said information will be relayed to news desks with sufficient time to set up. More will be scheduled if events warrant, but Kirby does not know that it would be the wisest use of a news organization’s staff to place someone at OEMC full-time. News Affairs Director Melissa Stratton is checking to see if the briefings can be webcast. She said that media access generally will be the same as public access. Credentials will, however, allow media personnel access to media-only areas. No “cutting” in and out of police lines will be permitted, or “going up against their backs.” Those who follow protesters onto private property to document their actions are also will be subject to arrest if laws are broken.

Any member of the media who is arrested will have to go through the same booking process as anyone else. Release of equipment depends on what part the equipment played in the events that led to the arrest.

There will not be any quick personal recognizance bond just for media members. Kirby said that the Chicago Police Department does not intend to “break ground” in terms of enforcing the Illinois eavesdropping law. In short, police will not interfere if we videotape or record audio of police activities, including arrests. Likewise, she says the department has no intention of “kettling” protesters as they did on Chicago Avenue during antiwar protests in 2003; there will be plenty of warning by loudspeaker to clear or avoid specific areas before arrests are undertaken; however, those reporters who choose to disregard such warnings are subject to arrest. To date, the department has seen no evidence that protesters are turning on media representatives as happened in New York. She urges media to keep safety in mind and to “not become the story.”

If there is a problem, Office of News Affairs Director Melissa Stratton can be reached through Chicago Police News Affairs.

Chicago Police command will be broken down by sector, and the department has made efforts to provide media parking for large planned events. These parking zones are effective from 8 p.m. Friday until 6 p.m. Monday. They include:

Petrillo/Grant Park/Art Institute events:
– Columbus Drive: Both curbs from Jackson to Monroe, but not blocking the entrance to the Art Institute.

South of Loop/River
– 9th Street: both curbs, Wabash to Michigan
– Upper Randolph: south curb, Columbus to Field Drive

Nurses Rally (only on Friday)
– Randolph, south curb, Clark to LaSalle
– Clark, east curb, Randolph to Lake

North of River
– East Lake Shore Dr.: north curb, mid-block to inner LSD
– Mies Van Der Rohe Ct.: west curb, Chicago to Pearson
– Upper Cityfront Plaza Dr.: west curb, North Water to Illinois (no satellite trucks)

McCormick Place/end of protest
– Cermak Road: south curb, State to Clark
– 24th Street, both curbs, State to Federal

The National Nurses’ Union has control of the parking area for the Friday rally and concert. On Sunday, the CANG8 protest group will set up the media bullpen. In addition, police say they will attempt to set up media parking and bullpen locations along march routes as they determine what is happening.

WHILE PARKING AREAS WILL HAVE POLICE AT THE PERMIETER, POLICE WILL NOT BE CHECKING TO ASSURE THAT CONTENTS ARE SECURE. MEDIA ORGANIZATIONS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING CERTAIN THAT VEHICLES AND THEIR CONTENTS ARE SECURE.

The Sunday march steps off at 2 p.m. and is anticipated to take two hours and 15 minutes to cover the 2.64 miles. On Sunday, no risers will be provided at Cermak/Michigan in the bullpen area for the concluding ceremonies of the big march. Cameras will have to shoot over one another. Space is constrained at the end of the march for the general public. Parking Sunday will be at Cermak/State and dispersal of the crowd will be to the west. Kirby does NOT recommend that reporters who march along the parade route try to get into the media bullpen at the end of the march; she said it will be possible, but it will not be easy to do so.

If a suspicious package is found or an area is cordoned off because of a potential bomb, the area cleared will depend on the threat that is posed. Media will be allowed as close as possible, but that is an event-by-event call.

Reporters who carry backpacks should be prepared to show their content to police. You may be asked to fire up and demonstrate any equipment that does not look familiar to officers.

Those who have negotiated parking on private property should inform CPD News Affairs if they have not already done so. Police may check to make certain that vehicles are parked on private property with consent of the owner. Unmarked vehicles should have Chicago Police news media vehicle identification cards displayed at all times. It is the intent of Chicago Police to provide close access, with direct vision and contact with those entering and leaving events/marches/rallies. But police emphasized that those who choose to walk amid the protesters are “on your own.” The department cannot guarantee the safety of those who do so and cannot guaranteed that they can extract any reporter who ends up the target of protesters.

Repeatedly, the speakers stressed that the rights of the media are the same as those of the general public.

Police say if a street is “stripped” of parking, and no parking is allowed for the general public, outside of the aforementioned locations, it is done for a reason. KIRBY STRONGLY SUGGESTS THAT VANS AND CARS BE SENT WITH DRIVERS SO THAT IF WORKING PRESS MEMBERS MUST LEAVE THE VEHICLE, IT REMAINS ATTENDED. She said Chicago Police will not hesitate to tow city-owned vehicles if they are in “stripped” areas, so media representatives should expect to be cut no slack with live trucks or other vehicles that are parked where prohibited.

APPENDIX: STASI-NAMEN ALPHABETISCH BUCHSTABE BRA-BS – STASI NAMES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BRA-BS

see more at http://www.victims-opfer.com

Die Liste wurde bereits früher hier publiziert:

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

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

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

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

Hier ist sie wieder:

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TOPSECRET from the FBI – West New York Mayor, Son Arrested for Hacking

NEWARK—The mayor of West New York, New Jersey and his son were arrested today for allegedly hacking into an e-mail account and website associated with a movement to recall the mayor, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.

Felix Roque, 55, of Hudson County, and Joseph Roque, 22, of Passaic County, are charged by complaint with gaining unauthorized access to computers in furtherance of causing damage to protected computers; causing damage to protected computers; and conspiracy to commit those crimes. Felix and Joseph Roque are scheduled to appear this afternoon before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark S. Falk in Newark federal court.

“In this case, the elected leader of West New York and his son allegedly hacked into computers to intimidate constituents who were simply using the Internet to exercise their Constitutional rights to criticize the government,” U.S. Attorney Fishman said. “We will continue to investigate and prosecute those who illegally hack into computers and disable websites with the goal of suppressing the exercise of that right.”

“This case illustrates two primary concerns of law enforcement, the violation of public trust and cyber intrusion,” FBI Special Agent in Charge Michael B. Ward said. “In this instance, an elected official conspired to hack into a website and e-mail account. It’s incredibly disappointing that resources have to be diverted from protecting the U.S. against cyber intrusions targeting critical infrastructure, federally funded research, and military technology to address a public official intruding into computer systems to further a political agenda.”

According to the criminal complaint unsealed today:

In early February 2012, a Hudson County resident and public official anonymously established and moderated an Internet website, http://www.recallroque.com, to post commentary and criticism of Mayor Felix Roque and his administration. On February 6 2012, Mayor Roque and his son, Joseph Roque, schemed to hack into and take down the website and to identify, intimidate, and harass those who operated and were associated with the website.

By the late afternoon of February 8, 2012, Joseph Roque had successfully hacked into various online accounts used in connection with the recall website. Joseph Roque then used that access to disable the website. Mayor Roque harassed and attempted to intimidate several individuals whom he had learned were associated with the recall website.

The conspiracy charge and the charge of gaining unauthorized access to a computer in furtherance of causing damage to protected computers are each punishable by a maximum potential penalty of five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. The charge of causing damage to protected computers carries a maximum potential penalty of one year in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.

U.S. Attorney Fishman credited special agents of the FBI under the direction of Special Agent in Charge Michael B. Ward in Newark with the investigation leading to the arrests.

The government is represented by Assistant U.S. Attorneys Seth Kosto of the U.S. Attorney’s Office Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Section of the Office’s Economic Crimes Unit and Barbara Llanes of the Special Prosecutions Division in Newark.

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

TOP-SECRET – (U//LES) FBI Domestic Terrorism Operations Unit Introduction to Sovereign Citizens

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Sovereign citizens believe the government is operating outside of its jurisdiction and generally do not recognize federal, state, or local laws, policies, or governmental regulations. They subscribe to a number of conspiracy theories, including a prevalent theory which states the United States Government (USG) became bankrupt and began using citizens as collateral in trade agreements with foreign governments. They believe secret bank accounts exist at the United States (US) Department of the Treasury. These accounts can be accessed using Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Universal Commercial Code (UCC), and fraudulent financial documents.

Sovereign citizens are known to travel the country conducting training seminars on debt elimination schemes. The seminars focus on obtaining funds from a secret “Strawman” account using legitimate IRS forms, UCC forms, and fraudulent financial documents. Sovereign citizens believe once the documentation is filed, they gain access to their “Strawman” account with the Treasury Department.

The purpose of this primer is to assist law enforcement in the identification of sovereign citizen extremist activity to prevent, detect, and/or deter acts associated with sovereign citizen criminal activity.

POSSIBLE INDICATORS OF SOVEREIGN CITIZEN ACTIVITY

Some or all of the following may provide an indication of sovereign activity. However it is important to note these activities may also be indicative of lawful, innocent conduct and in some instances may constitute the exercise of rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution. For these reasons, these indicators should be considered in the context of other suspicious behavior and the totality of the circumstances in which they are observed or reported.

  • Documentation may be mailed and addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury Department or the Depository Trust Company
  • Documentation includes an “Apostille Number”
  • Documents contain the phrase “Accepted for Value”
  • Documents are notarized, even if not required
  • International postage rates is applied even for domestic mailings
    • All paperwork will be mailed using registered mail
    • Stamps will be affixed near the signature line or at the bottom corner of the page
  • Name written in all capital letters
    • Example: JOHN SMITH
  • Name will be written last name : first name
    • Example: Smith: John or Smith: Family of John
  • Zip codes enclosed in brackets
    • Example: [11233]
  • Presence of thumbprints on documents,
    • Typically in red or blue ink
    • Typically on or near a signature or seal
  • “SLS” may follow signature
    • “SLS” stands for “Sovereign Living Soul”

Generally, sovereign citizens do not operate as a group or have an established leadership hierarchy. Rather, they act independently or in loosely affiliated groups which come together for training, to assist with paperwork, and to socialize based on sovereign ideology. Sovereign citizens often refer to themselves as “Freemen.” [Note: The use of the word “Freemen” does not inherently indicate a connection to any specific group, however, some use the term “Freemen” in their group name. Others may indicate they are a “free man,” meaning free from government control.]

Sovereign citizens believe the USG is illegitimate and has drifted away from the true intent of the Constitution. As a result, the USG is not perceived to be acting in the interest of the American people. These groups generally do not adhere to federal, state, or local laws. Some sovereign citizens believe federal and state officials have no real authority and will only recognize the local sheriff’s department as the only legitimate government official. Other law enforcement officials are viewed as being oppressive and illegitimate.

Individuals who adhere to this ideology believe their status as a sovereign citizen exempts them from US laws and the US tax system. They believe the US Federal Reverse System, the Treasury Department, and banking systems are illegitimate. Therefore, one of the perceived “benefits” of being a sovereign citizen is not paying federal or state taxes.

Sovereign citizens view the USG as bankrupt and without tangible assets; therefore, the USG is believed to use citizens to back US currency. Sovereign citizens believe the USG operates solely on a credit system using American citizens as collateral. Sovereign citizens exploit this belief by filing fraudulent financial documents charging their debt to the Treasury Department. In addition, they routinely engage in mortgage, credit card, tax, and loan fraud.

 

Soviet Top Secret Weapons – Full Movie

 

For the entire period of the Cold War, a large proportion of the Soviet Union’s economy and massive scientific establishment was dedicated to the development and refinement of new and better weapons. During the 50s and 60s, the Soviet government’s paranoia about Western technical superiority was at its height.

UNVEILED – Hillary Clinton Addresses Special Forces Gala

Hillary Rodham Clinton
Secretary of State
Tampa, Florida
May 23, 2012

ADM MCRAVEN: Thank you, Steve. Well, good evening, everyone, and welcome to tonight’s gala dinner. Before I begin, please join me in a round of applause for the staff of the Tampa Convention Center and the action officers from USSOCOM who worked so very hard to make this event a great success. (Applause.)

To our international guests, our local, state, and national leaders, our guests from industry, and the National Defense Industrial Association, thank you for making this event a priority in your busy schedule, and for your continued support to Special Operations.

Now I have the great privilege of introducing our guest speaker, a woman who has spent virtually her entire life in the service of our country and in the service of the greater international community. She was the first lady of the state of Arkansas, the first lady of the United States, a U.S. senator from the great state of New York, and since 2009, she has held the position as the U.S. Secretary of State.

In a Time Magazine article last month, she was named one of the top 100 most influential people in the world. In that Time article, the former Secretary of Defense, Bob Gates, said of her, and I quote, “In a world that is ever more complex, turbulent, and dangerous, Secretary Clinton has made a singular contribution to strengthening this country’s relationships with allies, partners, and friends, rallying other countries to join us in dealing with challenges to the global order from Libya to Iran to the South China Sea, and reaching out to the people in scores continue – in scores of countries to demonstrate that America cares about them.”

No Secretary in recent memory has had to deal with more international challenges than the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, to the Arab Spring, to the always difficult and challenging North Korea and Iran. In spite of these challenges, she has made incredible strides in safeguarding democratic reforms in Burma, advancing women’s rights around the globe, and reshaping the State Department to align the incredible power of our diplomats, the civilian power, with our already strong military power.

Secretary Clinton is beloved by the men and women in the U.S. military. She is our type of lady – a woman of uncompromising integrity who won’t back down from a good fight, particularly when it comes to matters of principle, a leader who is passionate about the welfare of the world’s less privileged, the disenfranchised, and the downtrodden, and a Secretary who deeply cares for her people and who is an incredibly strong supporter of our men and women in uniform.

Over the last few years, I have had several opportunities to work with Secretary Clinton on some of the United States’s most sensitive military missions. In each case, she listened intently to my advice. In each case, she was instrumental in the final decisions. And in each and every case, she never, ever wavered from her commitment to the American people. She is, without a doubt, one of the finest public servants ever to serve this great nation.

Ladies and gentlemen, please join me in welcoming the United States Secretary of State, The Honorable Hillary Rodham Clinton. (Applause.)

SECRETARY CLINTON: Good evening. Good evening. It is a great honor for me to be here with you this evening. I want to thank Admiral McRaven for that introduction, but far more than that, for his remarkable service to our country, from leading an underwater demolition SEAL platoon to heading the Joint Special Operations Command. He’s doing a terrific job as the ninth commander of the United States Special Operations Command. (Applause.) Many of you know, as Admiral McRaven knows, that it takes real guts to run a mission deep into hostile territory, full of potential dangers. And of course, I’m talking about the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. (Laughter.)

I am pleased to be here with so many representatives to this conference from 90 countries around the world. Your participation is a testament to the important partnerships, and I am grateful that you are here. Because we face common challenges, we face common threats, and they cannot be contained by borders and boundaries.

You know that extremist networks squeezed in one country migrate to others. Terrorist propaganda from a cell in Yemen can incite attacks as far away as Detroit or Delhi. A flu in Macao can become an epidemic in Miami. Technology and globalization have made our countries and our communities interdependent and interconnected. And today’s threats have become so complex, fast-moving, and cross-cutting that no one nation could ever hope to solve them alone.

From the first days of this Administration, we have worked to craft a new approach to our national security that reflects this changing landscape, starting with better integrating the three Ds of our foreign policy and national security: diplomacy, development, and defense. And we call it smart power.

And I have been privileged to work with two secretaries of Defense, Bob Gates and Leon Panetta, and two chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Mike Mullen and Marty Dempsey, who understood and valued the role of diplomacy and development, who saw that we need to work to try to prevent conflict, help rebuild shattered societies, and lighten the load on our military.

For my part, first as a senator serving on the Armed Services Committee and now as Secretary of State, I have seen and admired the extraordinary service and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform. So we have made it a priority to have our soldiers, diplomats, and development experts work hand-in-hand across the globe. And we are getting better at coordinating budgets and bureaucracies in Washington as well.

To my mind, Special Operations Forces exemplify the ethic of smart power – fast and flexible, constantly adapting, learning new languages and cultures, dedicated to forming partnerships where we can work together. And we believe that we should work together wherever we can, and go it alone when we must. This model is delivering results.

Admiral McRaven talks about two mutually reinforcing strategies for Special Operations: the direct and the indirect. Well, we all know about the direct approach. Just ask the al-Qaida leaders who have been removed from the battlefield.

But not enough attention is paid to the quiet, persistent work Special Operations Forces are doing every single day along with many of you to build our joint capacity. You are forging relationships in key communities, and not just with other militaries, but also with civil society. You are responding to natural disasters and alleviating humanitarian suffering.

Now, some might ask what does all this have to do with your core mission of war fighting? Well, we’ve learned – and it’s been a hard lesson in the last decade – we’ve learned that to defeat a terror network, we need to attack its finances, recruitment, and safe havens. We also need to take on its ideology and diminish its appeal, particularly to young people. And we need effective international partners in both government and civil society who can extend this effort to all the places where terrorists hide and plot their attacks.

This is part of the smart power approach to our long fight against terrorism. And so we need Special Operations Forces who are as comfortable drinking tea with tribal leaders as raiding a terrorist compound. We also need diplomats and development experts who understand modern warfare and are up to the job of being your partners.

One of our senior Foreign Service officers, Karen Williams, is serving here in Tampa on Admiral McRaven’s staff. And under an agreement finalized this year, we are nearly doubling the number of military and Foreign Service officers who will be exchanged between the Departments of State and Defense. (Applause.) We know we need to better understand each other, and we know that through that better understanding there is even more we can do together.

When I served on the Senate Armed Services Committee, I was impressed by the Pentagon’s Quadrennial Defense Reviews, called the QDR, which guided plans and priorities every four years. So when I became Secretary of State, I launched the first-ever Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review, and we call it the QDDR. Through it, we are overhauling the State Department and USAID to become more operational, more strategic in our use of resources and personnel, more expeditionary, and more focused on transnational threats.

Let me highlight a few examples. As part of the QDDR, we created a new Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations that is working to put into practice lessons learned over the past decade and institutionalize a civilian surge capacity to deal with crises and hotspots.

Experts from this new bureau are working closely with Special Operations Forces around the world. I’ll give you, though, just this one example from Central Africa, where we are working together to help our African partners pursue Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army. In fact, they were on the ground a few months before our troops arrived, building relationships in local communities. And because of their work, village chiefs and other leaders are actively encouraging defections from the Lord’s Resistance Army. Just a few weeks ago, our civilians and troops together helped one community set up its own radio station that is now broadcasting “come home” messages to the fighters. Our diplomats also saw that the UN staff in the region could be useful partners. So they worked through our team in Washington and New York to obtain new authorities for the UN officials on the ground and then link them up directly with our Special Operations Forces to share expertise and improve coordination. Now, this mission isn’t finished yet, but you can begin to see the potential when soldiers and diplomats live in the same camps and eat the same MREs. That is smart power in action.

Here’s another example. We know we need to do a better job contesting the online space, media websites and forums where al-Qaida and its affiliates spread their propaganda and recruit followers. So at the State Department, we’ve launched a new interagency Center for Strategic Counterterrorism Communications. It’s housed at the State Department, but it draws on experts from the intelligence community and the Defense Department, including Special Operations Forces.

The nerve center in Washington is linking up to military and civilian teams around the world and serving as a force multiplier for our embassies’ communications efforts. Together, we are working to pre-empt, discredit, and outmaneuver extremist propagandists. A digital outreach team of tech savvy specialists – fluent in Urdu, Arabic, Somali – is already patrolling the web and using social media and other tools to expose the inherent contradictions in al-Qaida’s propaganda and also bring to light the abuses committed by al-Qaida, particularly the continuing brutal attacks on Muslim civilians.

For example, a couple of weeks ago, al-Qaida’s affiliate in Yemen began an advertising campaign on key tribal web sites bragging about killing Americans and trying to recruit new supporters. Within 48 hours, our team plastered the same sites with altered versions of the ads that showed the toll al-Qaida attacks have taken on the Yemeni people. And we can tell that our efforts are starting to have an impact, because we monitor the extremists venting their frustration and asking their supporters not to believe everything they read on the Internet. (Applause.)

Now, this kind of ideological battle is slow and incremental, but I think it’s critical to our efforts, because what sustains al-Qaida and its terrorist affiliates is the steady flow of new recruits. They replace the terrorists you kill or capture so that they can plan new attacks. This is not about winning a popularity contest, but it is a simple fact that achieving our objectives is easier with more friends and fewer enemies. And I believe passionately that the truth is our friend. Exposing the lies and evil that rests at the heart of the terrorist narrative is absolutely to our advantage.

Now, we’ve also changed the way we do business on the civilian side to be better partners to you in the military. As part of our reorganization, we’ve created a full Counterterrorism Bureau at the State Department that is spearheading a diplomatic campaign around the world to increase local capacity of governments and to deny terrorists the space and financing they need to plan and carry out attacks.

This fits right in with the purpose of this conference: deepening international cooperation against terrorism and other shared challenges. As the threat from al-Qaida becomes more diffuse and distributed, shifting from the core to the affiliates, it is even more important to forge close ties with the governments and communities on the front lines and to help build up their counterterrorism capacity. After all, they often are better positioned than we are to provide services to their people, disrupt plots, and prosecute extremists, and they certainly often bear the brunt of terrorist attacks. So we need to build an international counterterrorism network that is as nimble and adaptive as our adversaries’. Admiral McRaven helped establish the NATO Special Operations Forces Coordination Centre, so I know he understands how important this is.

Each year, the State Department trains nearly 7,000 police, prosecutors, and counterterrorism officials from more than 60 countries, including frontline states like Yemen and Pakistan. We’re expanding our work with civil society organizations in specific terrorist hotspots – particular villages, prisons, and schools – to try to disrupt the process of radicalization by creating jobs, promoting religious tolerance, amplifying the voices of the victims of terrorism.

This whole effort goes hand-in-glove with the work of Special Operations Forces to train elite troops in places like the Philippines, Colombia, and Afghanistan under the Army Special Forces motto: By, with, and through. You’re doing this in one form or another in more than 100 countries around the world. And this work gives you a chance to develop a deeper understanding of local culture and customs, to learn the human domain as well as the physical terrain.

I’m impressed by the work of your Cultural Support Teams, highly-trained female Special Operations Forces who engage with local populations in sensitive areas like Afghanistan. This is part of our National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security that was developed jointly by the Departments of State, Defense, and others to capitalize on the contributions women everywhere can make to resolving conflicts and improving security. Around the world today, women are refusing to sit on the sidelines while extremism undermines their communities, steals their sons, kills their husbands, and destroys family after family. (Applause.) They’re joining police forces in Afghanistan. They’re writing newspaper articles in Yemen. They’re forming organizations such as Sisters Against Violent Extremism that has now spread to 17 countries. And we are committed to working with these women and doing everything we can to support their efforts as well.

We have to keep our international cooperation going and growing at every level. Next week I’ll be heading to Europe, and I’ll end up in Istanbul for the second meeting of the new Global Counterterrorism Forum, which we helped launch last year. Turkey and the United States serve as the founding co-chairs, and we’ve been joined by nearly 30 other nations. Together, we’re working to identify threats and weaknesses like porous borders, unchecked propaganda, and then devise solutions and mobilize resources. For example, the UAE has agreed to host a new center to develop best practices for countering extremism and radicalization.

Now, some of you in this room have come great distances to be here because you understand that we need a global effort to defeat a global terrorist network. And I thank you for that recognition and for your commitment.

I want to say just a final word about American Special Forces and to thank the admiral and every member of the United States Special Operations Forces who are here today – Army Rangers and Special Forces soldiers, Navy SEALs and Marine special operators, Air Force commandos, every one of you. So much of what you do, both the tremendous successes and the terrible sacrifices, will never be known by the citizens we serve. But I know what you do, and so do others who marvel and appreciate what it means for you to serve.

We’ve just passed the one-year anniversary of the raid that killed Usama bin Ladin. (Applause.) And I well remember those many hours in the Situation Room, the small group that was part of the planning and decision-making process with Admiral McRaven sitting there at the table with us. And I certainly remember that day. We were following every twist and turn of that mission. It was a day of stress and emotion, concern and commitment. I couldn’t help but think of all the people that I represented as a senator from New York serving on 9/11 and how much they and all of us deserved justice for our friends and our loved ones. I was thinking about America and how important it was to protect our country from another attack. But mostly, I was thinking of the men in the helicopters, praying for their safety as they risked their lives on that moonless Pakistani night.

And one thing that I am always proud of and that I hope is conveyed to our visitors and partners around the world: When you meet our special operators or when you meet members of our military or our diplomats and development experts, you will see every shade of skin color, every texture of hair, every color of eye. And if you spend a little time talking and getting to know that man or woman, you will find different parentage, different ethnicity, different religions, because we are Americans. And as Americans, we have a special opportunity and obligation in this interdependent, interconnected world to stand up for the universal rights and dignity of every person; to protect every man, woman, and child from the kind of senseless violence that terrorism inflicts; and also, frankly, to model.

In many places where we go, I as a Secretary of State or our special forces as members of our military, we see ancient disputes between tribes, ethnicities, religions, sex of the same religion, men and women. Just about every possible category is used all too often to separate people instead of finding common ground. If we have learned nothing in the last decade, we should certainly have learned that the terrorists are equal opportunity killers. They want to inflict terror on everyone who does not see the world from their particular narrow, outdated, dead-end worldview.

When you are pursuing a mission in partnership or on behalf of your own country, let us remember that we are on the right side of history. We are on the side of right. Your service is making the world safer for people to be who they are, to live their lives in peace and harmony. That is going to be the challenge of the 21st century. Will we once and for all recognize our common humanity and stand together against the forces of darkness or not? I’m betting we will. And I think it’s a pretty good bet, knowing that our Special Operations Forces and their partners are at the point of that spear.

Thank you for all that you do, not only to keep us safe and protect our ways of life but to demonstrate unequivocally that the world will not tolerate being undermined by those who refuse to recognize that we are truly one world of humanity that deserves the opportunity to pursue our rights and opportunities for a better life. I am very proud to be here to thank you. Thank you for keeping our nation safe and strong. Thank you for working to keep other nations safe and strong. Thank you for helping us build the world that our children deserve.

Thank you all very much. (Applause.)

MODERATOR: Ladies and gentlemen, the commander will now present our guest of honor with a token of our appreciation.

ADM MCRAVEN: Madam Secretary, a small token of our appreciation for joining us here tonight. This is, as you quickly noted, our version of Excalibur, the sword and the stone. And of course, as legend has it, only the wisest and the bravest can pull the sword from the stone. My guess is it will come out easily in your hand. So thank you very much, ma’am, for joining us here tonight. Thank you very much.

SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you so much, Admiral. (Applause.)


	

TOP-SECRET – UNODC Afghan Poppy Eradication Report May 2012

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MCN/UNODC is responsible to verify Governor-led eradication.

Poppy is at stem-elongation stage in Kabul, Sari Pul and Balkh provinces. In Kapisa, Baghlan, Faryab and Badakhshan provinces, poppy is at cabbage and stem-elongation stages. Poppy is at flowering, capsule and lancing stages in Kunar, Laghman and Nangarhar provinces. In Day Kundi province poppy is at cabbage, stem-elongation and flowering stages. Poppy is at lancing stage in Hilmand, Farah and Nimroz provinces. In Kandahar and Hirat provinces, poppy is at capsule and lancing stages. Poppy is at flowering and capsule stages in Uruzgan province. Poppy is at flowering stage in Zabul province. In Ghor province, poppy is at cabbage stage.

Governor-led eradication activities are reported from Badghis, Farah, Hilmand, Hirat, Kandahar, Kabul, Kapisa, Kunar, Laghman, Nangarhar, Nimroz and Uruzgan provinces. A total of 53 hectares of poppy area has been eradicated in Badghis province, 500 hectares of poppy area has been eradicated in Farah province, 3,958 hectares of poppy area has been eradicated in Hilmand province, 604 hectares of poppy area has been eradicated in Hirat province, 2,384 hectares of poppy area has been eradicated in Kandahar province, 11 hectares of poppy area has been eradicated in Kapisa province, 57 hectares of poppy area has been eradicated in Kunar province, 152 hectares of poppy area has been eradicated in Laghman province, 1,122 hectares of poppy area has been eradicated in Nangarhar province, 148 hectares of poppy area has been eradicated in Nimroz province and 408 hectares of poppy area has been eradicated in Uruzgan province.

Total eradication carried out is 9,398 ha.

Last year at the same time, GLE had eradicated a total of 3,386 hectares of poppy in Badghis, Day Kundi, Farah, Hilmand, Hirat, Kabul, Kandahar, Kapisa, Kunar, Laghman, Nangarhar and Nimroz and Uruzgan provinces.

Measurements of eradicated fields reported by the surveyors will be checked by satellite images wherever satellite images are available. Therefore, figures in this report should be considered as provisional figures.

Farmers showed resistance against poppy eradication operations in different ways such as direct attack on eradication team, mine explosions, flooding poppy fields and demonstrations. Since the start of eradication operations, 99 lives were lost (28 police 11 National Army and 60 others) including 116 people were injured (81 police 7 National Army and 28 others). See Table 5, Table 6 and Annex 3 for details of farmers’ resistance.

 

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TOP-SECRET – – Public Intelligence – The Continually Expanding Definition of Terrorism

Brian Church (L), 20, Brent Vincent Betterly (C), 24 and Jared Chase, 24, are seen in these handout photos from the Chicago Police department. The three anti-NATO protesters were charged with terrorism last week for an alleged plot that involved the production and use of Molotov cocktails. A lawyer for the men has said that the incendiary materials were planted by undercover agents.

 

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Though the United States has been engaged in a Global War on Terror for more than a decade, the U.S. Government surprisingly does not have a standardized definition of terrorism that is agreed upon by all agencies.  The State Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation and a number of other government agencies all utilize differing definitions of what constitutes an act of terrorism. This lack of agreement has allowed individual agencies to present different and, in some cases, far more inclusive definitions of terrorist acts enabling the use of expanded investigative procedures that might not be applicable in other agencies.

The FBI utilizes a definition of terrorism based upon the agency’s general functions under 28 CFR § 0.85.  Under this regulation an act of terrorism is defined by “the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives.”  The USA PATRIOT Act expanded this definition to include domestic acts within the definition of terrorism.  Section 802 of the USA PATRIOT Act modified the legal definition of terrorism (18 USC § 2331) to include a category of “domestic terrorism” that is defined by “acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State” intended to “intimidate or coerce a civilian population”, “influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion” or “affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping” that are conducted primarily within the jurisdiction of the U.S.  At the time, this expansion of the definition of terrorism was decried by the ACLU as “broad enough to encompass the activities of several prominent activist campaigns and organizations.”

One of the defining features of terrorist acts has always been a component of violence.  Even under the expanded definition of terrorism created by the USA PATRIOT Act, there must be an act that is “dangerous to human life” indicating some form of physical harm to others could arise from the action.  However, the Homeland Security Act of 2002, which created the Department of Homeland Security, extended the definition of terrorism further by including any act that is “damaging to critical infrastructure or key resources.”  Though this definition differs from the legal definition of international and domestic terrorism under 18 USC § 2331, the modified definition is currently used by DHS as the basis for their own activities and intelligence products that are disseminated to federal, state and local law enforcement. The modified definition of terrorism is presented in a revised Domestic Terrorism and Homegrown Violent Extremism Lexicon published last year by DHS:

Any activity that involves an act that is dangerous to human life or potentially destructive to critical infrastructure or key resources, and is a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any state or other subdivision of the United States and appears to be intended to intimidate or coerce a civilian population to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion, or to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping.

Notice that the statement “potentially destructive to critical infrastructure or key resources” is part of a disjunction, indicating that the act need not be “dangerous to human life” for it to be considered an act of terrorism.  This means that, according to DHS, a non-violent actor could be capable of committing an act of terrorism simply by engaging in “potentially destructive” behavior towards some part of the nation’s critical infrastructure.  Due to the fact that large sections of domestic infrastructure, including everything from banks to bridges to milk processing plants, are now considered critical infrastructure, a wide range of “potentially destructive” actions could be investigated by DHS or any one of the dozens of fusion centers around the country as potential acts of terrorism.  The DHS Domestic Terrorism Lexicon states that the definitions presented in the document are designed to “assist federal, state, and local government officials with the mission to detect, identify, and understand threats of terrorism against the United States by facilitating a common understanding of the terms and definitions that describe terrorist threats to the United States.”

A recent report from the Congressional Research Service states that this ambiguity in the definition of terrorism can create confusion “in the investigative process regarding exactly when criminal activity becomes domestic terrorism.”  The report also notes that the government often uses the terms “extremist” and “terrorist” interchangeably creating further ambiguity as to what exactly constitutes an act of terrorism.  A 2009 study from Syracuse University found that U.S. Federal District Courts, the Department of Justice’s National Security Division and federal prosecutors all rely on different criteria to determine whether or not specific cases involve terrorist acts.  This lack of agreement has led to widespread failures to obtain prosecutions of suspects recommended for charges by investigative agencies.  In fact, the study found that from 2004-2009 “assistant United States attorneys all over the country declined to bring any charges against two out of every three (67%) of the thousands of terrorism matters that the investigative agencies had recommended for criminal prosecution.”  The Syracuse study ends with a warning about the ambiguity surrounding the definition of terrorism:

The strong evidence that various parts of the government do not share a common understanding about terrorism has important consequences for all Americans. Those most immediately affected are the thousands of people whom the investigative agencies each year incorrectly recommend for prosecution in federal court. But to the extent that the investigators systematically waste their time targeting the wrong suspects, the chances increase that they will fail to identify the real terrorists who right now may be seeking to plant bombs, spread poisons or otherwise harm a much larger number of innocent people.

To solve these problems the study offers a surprisingly straightforward solution: come up with “a clear and understandable definition of terrorism.”

The Most Courageous Raid of WWII – BBC – Full Movie

Lord Ashdown, a former special forces commando, tells the story of the ‘Cockleshell Heroes’, who led one of the most daring and audacious commando raids of World War II.
In 1942, Britain was struggling to fight back against Nazi Germany. Lacking the resources for a second front, Churchill encouraged innovative and daring new methods of combat. Enter stage left, Blondie Hasler.
With a unit of twelve Royal Marine commandos, Major Blondie Hasler believed his ‘cockleshell’ canoe could be effectively used in clandestine attacks on the enemy. Their brief was to navigate the most heavily defended estuary in Europe, to dodge searchlights, machine-gun posts and armed river-patrol craft 70 miles downriver, and then to blow up enemy shipping in Bordeaux harbour.
Lord Ashdown recreates parts of the raid and explains how this experience was used in preparing for one of the greatest land invasions in history, D-day.

CONFIDENTIAL – Deloitte Study on Economic Impact of the NATO Summit on the City of Chicago

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The following study was commissioned by World Business Chicago, the parent organization of the group hosting the upcoming NATO Summit.  The study estimates an injection of $128 million into the local economy of Chicago as a result of the summit.  Economists have questioned the accuracy of these numbers, which do not take into account a number of factors including potential damage to the city as well as widespread business closures in and around downtown Chicago.

On May 20-21, 2012, Chicago will host the 25th North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Summit – the first NATO Summit in the U.S. held outside of Washington, DC. Delegations from 28 NATO Member Countries, 24 International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Partner Countries, and six other nations and international organizations will participate in the Summit. The Summit will bring economic benefits in the form of spending, tax revenues, employment, hotel guests, tourism, and broader global attention. Over 7,500 delegates and 7,300 staff, press, and other dignitaries are expected to attend the Summit. In addition, planning for the Summit prompted visits and spending by delegations during advance trips to Chicago. Building on the momentum of the Summit, many Chicago organizations have planned events that will generate additional economic impacts for the City. These ancillary events are expected to draw thousands of additional speakers, staff, attendees, and members of the media.

The scope of this analysis is limited to the City of Chicago proper, and all impacts described refer to the City and not to the larger Cook County, Chicago Metropolitan Statistical Area, or the State of Illinois.

Summary:

  • The Summit and its planning phases will inject an estimated $123.0 million into the City of Chicago economy; the City will receive over 18,300 Summit attendees and staff, contributing more than 44,000 room nights.
  • Ancillary events will add an estimated $5.2 million, 2,900 additional out-of-town visitors, and more than 5,300 room nights to the City of Chicago economy.
  • The City will accrue an additional $3.0 million in fiscal impacts through tax receipts. This does not include any State or County taxes.
  • In total, the Summit will result in an estimated $128.2 million in total impacts to the City of Chicago, $3.0 million in local tax revenues, over 21,200 visitors, 49,300 hotel nights, and close to 2,200 temporary jobs in the City of Chicago. These impacts are summarized in Figure 1 above.

In addition to the quantitative impacts described in this report, Chicago is likely to experience other, less tangible effects from the Summit. These include immediate and long term international attention, reinforcement of Chicago’s brand as a world class city, and elevation of Chicago’s role as host for future global events. At an international event of this scale, protests or other unscheduled disruptions may also occur, which could result in mixed media attention; however, the value of exposure is difficult to estimate reliably and was not within the scope of this analysis.

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Cryptome unveils Drone Crew Photos

Drone Crew Photos

CIA Drone Control Facilities, Langley, VA (No interior photos have been published of the “temporary quonset huts” set up to assassinate targets. Senior CIA officials can observe attacks in real time on the 7th Floor suite, at times inviting special guests.)
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[Image]Israeli soldiers control the Skylark drone during a drill on January 16, 2012 near Bat Shlomo, Israel. The Skylark can carry a camera payload of up to 1kg, has an operational ceiling of 15,000ft and allows users to monitor any designated point within a 15km radius. The Skylark unit consists of a ground control element and three drones, which provide battalion-level commanders with real-time information. Getty
[Image]A technician supporting U.S. Navy SEAL Team 18 works on a UAV, an unmanned aerial vehicle, before a demonstration of combat skills at the National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce, Florida November 11, 2011. The demonstration for the public is part of a Veteran’s Day celebration and the annual reunion at the Museum. The drone is equipped with cameras for surveillance. Reuters
[Image][Image]Adam Stock, the lead pilot for 29 Palms Unmanned Aerial Systems, out of Twentynine Palms, California, pilots a ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle at Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., May 19, 2011, in support of Global Medic 2011 and Warrior 91 11-01. Global Medic is a joint field training exercise for theater aeromedical evacuation system and ground medical components designed to replicate all aspects of combat medical service support. Warrior 91 11-01 was a tactical exercise in which U.S. Service members responded to simulated enemy attacks as part of Global Medic 2011 . (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Donald R. Allen/Released). Date Shot: 5/19/2011
[Image]U.S. Soldiers with the 10th Special Forces Group fly an RQ-7B Shadow unmanned aerial vehicle at Hurlburt Field, Fla., from inside their ground control station March 7, 2011, during Emerald Warrior 2011. Emerald Warrior is an annual two-week joint/combined tactical exercise sponsored by U.S. Special Operations Command designed to leverage lessons learned from operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom to provide trained and ready forces to combatant commanders. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Andy M. Kin/Released). Date Shot: 3/7/2011
[Image]U.S. Airmen with the 380th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron prepare an RQ-4A Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle aircraft for takeoff at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia Dec. 2, 2010. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Eric Harris/Released). Date Shot: 12/2/2010
[Image]U.S. Airmen with the 380th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron prepare an RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle for its first launch from an undisclosed base in Southwest Asia Nov. 27, 2010. The RQ-4 was designed for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Eric Harris/Released). Date Shot: 11/27/2010
[Image]U.S. Marine Corps unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) mechanics assigned to Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron (VMU) 3 work on an RQ-7B Shadow UAV during Enhanced Mojave Viper at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Aug. 3, 2010. Enhanced Mojave Viper is a combined exercise that prepares Marines for deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Michael C. Nerl/Released). Date Shot: 8/3/2010
[Image]Civilian employees with Fleet Readiness Center East perform maintenance and corrosion assessments on two MQ-8B Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicles at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., May 14, 2010. (U.S. Navy photo by David R. Hooks/Released). Date Shot: 5/14/2010
[Image]U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Jennifer Oberg, background, a communications maintenance instructor, and Senior Airman Raquel Martinez, foreground, check a ground control station during training at March Air Reserve Base, Calif., April 19, 2010. Both are assigned to the 163rd Maintenance Group at March. The California Air National Guard unit is primarily involved in Predator unmanned aerial vehicle missions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Val Gempis/Released). Date Shot: 4/19/2010
[Image]U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Ron Zechman, a predator sensor operator, and Maj. Jeff Bright, a predator pilot and detachment commander of the 432nd Wing out of Creech Air Force Base, Nev., go over pre-flight check lists for an RQ-1 Predator unmanned aerial vehicle at Aeropuerto Rafael Hernandez outside Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, Jan. 28, 2010. Airmen from Creech AFB are providing 24-hour-a-day full-motion video in real time to international relief workers on the ground in order to speed humanitarian aid to remote and cut-off areas of the Haiti following the earthquake Jan. 12, 2010. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. James Harper/Released). Date Shot: 1/21/2010
[Image]U.S. Air Force Maj. Jeff Bright, a predator pilot from the 432nd Wing out of Creech Air Force Base, Nev., goes over a pre-flight check list for an RQ-1 Predator unmanned aerial vehicle at Aeropuerto Rafael Hernandez outside Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, Jan. 28, 2010. Airmen from Creech AFB are providing 24-hour-a-day full-motion video in real time to international relief workers on the ground in order to speed humanitarian aid to remote and cut-off areas of the Haiti following the earthquake Jan. 12, 2010. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. James Harper/Released). Date Shot: 1/21/2010
[Image]Predator pilot Jonathon Johnson, an air interdiction agent for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, enters the ground control station for the Predator B unmanned aerial systems (UAS) April 3, 2009, at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection UAS operations center at Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. The Predator is a new high-tech tool being used to help in flood fight planning for the first time in North Dakota. It has been recording flood imagery, which is being used for positioning of National Guard flood fighting personnel and resources. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp, U.S. Air Force/Released). Date Shot: 4/3/2009
[Image]Predator pilot Jonathon Johnson, left, an air interdiction agent for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, pilots a Predator aircraft in the ground control station for the Predator B unmanned aerial systems (UAS) April 3, 2009, at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection UAS operations center at Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D., as UAS instructor pilot Bob Concannon operates the sensor controls. The Predator is a new high-tech tool being used to help in flood fight planning for the first time in North Dakota. It has been recording flood imagery, which is being used for positioning of National Guard flood fighting personnel and resources. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp, U.S. Air Force/Released). Date Shot: 4/3/2009
[Image]Predator pilot and instructor Michael Nelson, of the University of North Dakota, pilots a Predator in the ground control station for the Predator B unmanned aerial systems (UAS) April 3, 2009, at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection UAS operations center at Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. The Predator is a new high-tech tool being used to help in flood fight planning for the first time in North Dakota. It has been recording flood imagery, which is being used for positioning of National Guard flood fighting personnel and resources. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp, U.S. Air Force/Released). Date Shot: 4/3/2009
[Image]U.S. Army Pfc. Shawn Miller, left, and Sgt. 1st Class Wayne Davidson, both with Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, prepare equipment needed to operate a Raven unmanned aerial vehicle system at Joint Security Station Loyalty in eastern Baghdad, Iraq, March 25, 2009. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. James Selesnick/Released). Date Shot: 3/25/2009
[Image]U.S. Army Pfc. Shawn Miller, from Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, processes information gathered from a Raven unmanned aerial vehicle system, at Joint Security Station Loyalty, in eastern Baghdad, Iraq, March 25, 2009. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. James Selesnick/Released). Date Shot: 3/25/2009
[Image]U.S. Air Force Maj. John Chesser operates the controls of an MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle cockpit during a demonstration at Joint Base Balad, Iraq, on Aug. 1, 2008. The Reaper is designed as a hunter-killer, capable of loitering over targets for long periods of time and delivering laser-guided ordnance. Chesser is a Reaper pilot with the 46th Expeditionary Reconnaissance and Attack Squadron. DoD photo by Staff Sgt. Don Branum, U.S. Air Force. (Released). Date Shot: 8/1/2008
[Image]U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Justin Michaels, of 3rd Special Operations Command, Cannon Air Force Base, N.M., guides a ground control station (GCS) as other Airmen from his unit lower the station into place July 21, 2008. The GCS will serve as a cockpit for Predator/Reaper unmanned aerial vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class James R. Bell/Released). Date Shot: 7/21/2008
[Image]U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Robert Moore, right, describes his every action to Airman 1st Class Carrie Smith during the setup of a Vehicle Test Controller for a RQ-1 Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle June 16, 2008, at Beale Air Force Base, Calif. They are with the 9th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo by Lance Cheung/Released). Date Shot: 6/16/2008
[Image]U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Evan Barnhart assists Senior Airman Stephen Simeone as she controls an unmanned aerial vehicle at Patrol Base Meade, Iraq, Jan. 21, 2008, while providing armed reconnaissance over watch in Southern Arab Jabour, Iraq. Simeone and Barnhart are both joint terminal attack controllers from Fort Stewart, Ga., and are deployed with the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Andy Dunaway) (Released). Date Shot: 1/21/2008
[Image]Royal Air Force Maj. Kevin Gambold monitors and pilots an MQ-1 Predator unmanned aerial vehicle at Ali Air Base, Iraq, Jan. 10, 2008. Gambold is the commander the 361st Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron and deployed from the 15th Reconnaissance Squadron, Creech Air Force Base, Nev., through a military personnel exchange program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Jonathan Snyder) (Released). Date Shot: 1/10/2008
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[Image]U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Logan Abrams, right, a Joint Tactical Air Control Party journeyman (JTAC in training), talks with his Army counterparts who are operating a Shadow unmanned aerial vehicle from Forward Operating Base Kalsu, Iraq, June 25, 2007. The Army Shadow is being used to provide real time video surveillance of a suspected explosives laden roadway south of Baghdad. Abrams takes information from the shadow back to his JTAC, Tech. Sgt. Mike Cmelik, who is controlling a B-1 Lancer aircraft to drop 13,500 pounds of ordinance on the roadway. This bombing mission severed a suspected main supply route used by Iraqi insurgents to bring accelerants from the south into the Baghdad area. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jim Varhegyi/Released). Date Shot: 6/25/2007
[Image]FORWARD OPERATING BASE KALSU, Iraq — U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Andrea Patterson, one of three battlefield weatherman assigned to forward operating base (FOB) Kalsu south of Baghdad, Iraq, provides a weather brief to U.S. Army soldiers controlling Shadow Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for the U.S. Army’s 2nd Battalion, 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, Monday, June 25, 2007. Sergeant Patterson, and her fellow Air Force weather forecasters, provide 24 hour a day weather updates to the various U. S. Army 3rd Infantry Division’s operations occurring in the Triangle of Death area. The instantaneous weather information the battlefield weathermen are able to provide are critical to the success, and to the safety of the 3rd ID’s ground and aviation operations. Though Sergeant Patterson is attached to the 3rd ID she officially falls under the recently formed 3rd Expeditionary Weather Squadron headquartered on Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq. She is deployed from Detachment 6, 7th Weather Squadron, Wiesbaden, Germany. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jim Varhegyi)(released). Date Shot: 6/25/2007
[Image]A representative with the Insitu, Inc., on board the Military Sealift Command afloat prepositioning ship USNS Stockham (T-AK 3017), operates a Scan Eagle Unmanned Aerial Vehicle over the Solomon Islands April 17, 2007. The scan eagle is assessing earthquake and tsunami damage that struck the island. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Andrew Meyers/Released). Date Shot: 4/17/2007
[Image]U.S. Air Force Capt. Michael Edmonston, left, and Airman 1st Class Stephen Sadler, both of the 46th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron, work together to remotely operate a Predator MQ-1 unmanned aerial vehicle at Balad Air Base, Iraq, Nov. 5, 2006. The Predators are used to provide surveillance and are equipped with AGM-114 Hellfire missiles. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Chad Kellum) (Released). Date Shot: 11/5/2006
[Image]Peter Bale, Director of Business Development, readies an Aerosonde Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) for a test flight at Naval Air Station Key West, Fla., on Sept. 7, 2006. The remote-piloted UAV is designed to gather critical, near surface data on active hurricanes. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Cox) (Released). Date Shot: 9/7/2006
[Image]Kris Kokkely, an advanced tactical systems engineer for Boeing, watches his computer screen as data and video streams back from a ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) as it flies over Yodaville training range on Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., June 19, 2006, for Desert Talon. ScanEagle is a UAV system that is designed to provide persistent intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data, battle damage assessment and communications relay. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michael P. Snody) (Released). Date Shot: 7/19/2006
[Image]U.S. Air Force Capt. Michael J. Conte, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) pilot assigned to the 46th Expeditionary Strike and Reconnaissance Squadron, Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., prepares for the nights UAV mission from Balad Air Base, Iraq, July 8, 2006. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jonathan F. Doti/Released). Date Shot: 7/8/2006
[Image]On 21 June 2006, Maj Toby Buchan, from Spencertown, NY, of Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 2 (VMU-2) gives the clearance to fly to a Pioneer Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)before it departs on a mission in Al Taqaddum, Iraq. VMU-2 is deployed with IMEF (FWD) in support of in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in the Al Anbar Province of Iraq (MNF-W) to develop the Iraqi security force, facilitate the development of official rule of law through democratic government, and continue the development of a market based economy centered on Iraqi reconstruction. .Official USMC Photo by Sergeant Jennifer L. Jones.060621-M-AK780-023.(RELEASED). Date Shot: 6/21/2006