While my priority remains as it should as to the very large and substantial RICO action venued in the Second Circuit, District of Connecticut, involving far more egregious wrongful and unlawful conduct than that involved in the relatively small california case, plaintiff/appellant does not intend to roll over in what remains of this californiamatter (although plaintiff/appellant has substantially compromised the amount demanded to the sum-certain reduced amount requested herein to facilitate resolution hereof).
As a show of good faith and in the interest of comity toward resolution of the federal RICO action and even this simple and relatively small action, I had refrained from updating and disseminating my site [interestingly, Sam Alito, who has committed RICO violations in burying inculpatory RICO related documents while u.s. attorney, is apparently being "rewarded" yet again for his protective complicity (see RICO documents in U.S. Files herein:
The Verified Complaint ,
The Affidavit ,
The RICO Statement ,
Letter To Local Police With Documents Regarding Criminal Referral Of RICO Crimes In Accordance With Federal District Court Order - Delivered By Hand ,
The ADDENDUM ,
The Declaration/Certification ,
RESPONSE AND SUPPLEMENTAL PROFFER IN SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFF'S CROSS-MOTION FOR ENTRY OF JUDGMENT ON THE PLEADINGS IN THE SUM CERTAIN AMOUNT OF $5 MILLION DEMANDED IN THE VERIFIED COMPLAINT. ) despite statements as, ie., "nobody is above the law" which obviously don't ring true. I wonder what FBI Agent Barndollar (sent documents) is thinking (FBI are the only federal employees that don't take bribes, one way or another, and whom I based upon experience, and others should, trust)]. Polling suggests the people trust neither republicans (11% approval) nor democrats (15%) with 73% saying there's little difference (note democrat senate minority leader harry reed refuses to return the abramoff money. What about u.s."top gun", "The Duke" - aptly played by mental case scientologist cruise). I wonder about the probably unanimous vote of a raise (congress) for jobs poorly done; ie., deficits, trade and budget, $2 trillion price tag on the illegal, criminal war in Iraq (including prospective vet.admin. payouts, etc.), etc. That $21.5 billion in bonuses (plus profits, costs, expenses, salaries, etc.) to the wall street frauds (that money) has to come from some place [Only A Small Fraction Of What wall street Does Is A Net Positive For The Economy (New Investment Capital), The Rest Is Tantamount To A (Economically) "Wasteful Tax" (On The Economy) via 'churn and earn' computerized programmed trades]. Note the suckers' market rally to suck them in in january, 2006 (for the supertitious "january effect"), despite the reality of this secular bear market, the end of the bull cycle therein, and half the corporate profits in coming year 2006 (as compared to 2005), with 2005 sustained by unsustainable deficit spending, etc., and now, as in final pre-election result push
for bush (2006 mid-terms), which fell very short, but has provided the same pump-priming of the
market as most recently in 1999 which ended quite badly even without the
exacerbating effects of huge unsustainable and debilitating debt/deficits
deferring/prolonging the inevitable reality even as entire domestic u.s. industries are
rendered defunct and with corporate welfare unwisely spent (war crimes, etc.).However, this latest "california/la distraction" requires elucidation as follows:
How embarrassing for the superior court of the state of california!
With All the Talk and Focus on "Homeland Security", the Fact is that California is the Lawless 'Homieland' (negroe, hispanic gangs/criminals, radical jews/criminals(ie., irv rubin, etc.), that is Neither Fit for Life, Investment, Nor Business (new jersey and other parts of the northeast are similarly bad). California, like the aforesaid denizens, is obscene; that is, utterly without redeeming social value (legal definition). Rational people would be crazy to come and stay in this diseased, mismanaged, lawless and home to the uncivilized, "bubble/bubba/b**l s**t" state (the california, among other numerous states real estate bubble)
Dateline: 11-22-02 - A New Distinction for Los Angeles: 'Murder Capital of the Nation' (In light of that set forth herein, how could they not have seen that coming? LAPD Chief Bratton has described this disgusting california scenario as worse than any crime scenario he has ever seen in his life)
3-3-06: The gangs (ie., negroe, hispanic) are using molotov cocktails, automatic weapons, etc., in ie., Compton, CA, etc.. (8-12-06) Before the officers could even open their doors, a passenger got out and started raking the car with gunfire from an AK-47," said police spokesman Lt. Paul Vernon. Officer James Tuck was hit twice in the stomach, and a third bullet nearly severed his hand. Although Tuck, 26, was wearing a bulletproof vest, it offered little protection from the high-powered weapon at close range, police said. The LAPD cruiser was riddled with bullet holes the gunman opened up with the ak47. They actually segregate prisoners in prisons for prisoner safety. Law abiding people outside the prisons should be so lucky! That little incompetent macaque/brown monkey villagairosa (reports indicate he failed the bar exam 4 times) keeps pushing for a takeover of the school district when everyone knows that the dumb sp**ks can't understand a word the teachers are saying, and he still is afraid of the "illegal alien" word that has added to crime and strained resources beyond limit, etc.. Can you believe that they even railed at police in pursuit of hispanic felons for not warning in spanish.
MENU TITLE: Gang Crime Recordkeeping
Series: NIJ Research in Brief
Published: June 1994 (NCJ 148345)
Gang Crime and Law Enforcement Recordkeeping
by G. David Curry, Richard A. Ball, and Robert J.
'Of the police departments reporting gang crime
problems, almost all said they recorded the race or
ethnicity of gang members. As with other types of
data noted above, there was a difference between
recording information and being able to report that
information in summary form. Of the 72 large city
police departments reporting gang crime problems,
only 25 (35 percent) provided statistics on the
ethnicity of identified gang members; of the 38
smaller cities, only 12 (32 percent) provided
statistics on ethnicity. The ethnic
composition of gang members in these cities
remains predominantly black (48 percent) and
Hispanic (43 percent). The black groups were made
up primarily of African-Americans but also included
Jamaicans and blacks of other countries.'
Lest We Forget
This is #33 in AMEU's
Public Affairs Series
Americans for Middle East
Many of the events catalogued here have been
treated in depth in AMEU's bimonthly publication,
The Link. website: www.ameu.org .
Lest We Forget
The Israeli lobby in Washington has successfully influenced
the U.S. Congress to give billions of non-
-repayable dollars each year to Israel on the premise
that Israel's loyalty and strategic importance to
the United States make it an ally worthy of such unprecedented
Is it ?
In his Farewell Address, George Washington warned
Americans to avoid a passionate attachment to any
one nation because it promotes "the illusion of an
imaginary common interest in cases where no real
common interest exists."
In 1948, U.S. Secretary of Defense James Forrestal,
an opponent of the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine,
warned that, even though failure to go along
with the Zionists might cost President Truman the
states of New York, Pennsylvania, and California, it
was about time that somebody should pay some
consideration to whether we might not lose the
Israeli actions over the past 53 years involving U.S.
interests in the Middle East seriously challenge the
"strategic asset" premise of the Israeli lobby. Some
of these actions are compiled in the list that follows:
September 1953: Israel illegally begins to divert the waters
of the Jordan River. President Eisenhower, enraged, suspends
all economic aid to Israel and prepares to remove the taxdeductible
status of the United Jewish Appeal and of other Zionist
organizations in the United States.
October 1953: Israel raids the West Bank village of Kibya,
killing 53 Palestinian civilians. The Eisenhower administration
calls the raid "shocking," and confirms the suspension of aid to
July 1954: Israeli agents firebomb American and British cultural
centers in Egypt, making it look like the work of the
Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood in order to sabotage U.S.-
October 1956: Israel secretly joins with England and France
in a colonial‑style attack on Egypt's Suez Canal. Calling the
invasion a dangerous threat to international order, President
Eisenhower forces Israel to relinquish most of the land it had
1965: 206 pounds of weapons grade uranium disappear from
the Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corporation plant in
Pennsylvania. Plant president is Zalmon Shapiro, a former
sales agent for the Israel Defense Ministry. C.I.A. Director
Richard Helms later charges that Israel stole the uranium.
June 1967: Israel bombs, napalms and torpedoes the USS
Liberty, killing 34 Americans, wounding 171 others, and nearly
sinking the lightly armed intelligence ship. The Chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Thomas Moorer, charges that the
attack "could not possibly have been a case of mistaken identity."
June 1967: Against U.S. wishes Israel seizes and occupies
Syria's Golan Heights.
June 1968: Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir rejects U.S. Secretary
of State William Rogers Peace Plan that would have required
Israel to withdraw from the occupied territories; she
calls upon Jews everywhere to denounce the plan.
March 1978: Israel invades Lebanon, illegally using U.S. cluster
bombs and other U.S. weapons given to Israel for defensive
1979: Israel frustrates U.S.‑sponsored Camp David Accords
by building new settlements on the West Bank. President
Carter complains to American Jewish leaders that, by acting in
a "completely irresponsible way," Israel's Prime Minister Begin
continues "to disavow the basic principles of the accords."
1979: Israel sells U.S. airplane tires and other military supplies
to Iran, against U.S. policy, at a time when U.S. diplomats
are being held hostage in Teheran.
July 1980: Israel annexes East Jerusalem in defiance of U.S.
wishes and world opinion.
July 1981: Illegally using U.S. cluster bombs and other equipment,
Israel bombs P.L.O. sites in Beirut, with great loss of
December 1981: Israel annexes Syria's Golan Heights, in violation
of the Geneva Convention and in defiance of U.S.
June 1982: Israel invades Lebanon a second time, again using
U.S. cluster bombs and other U.S. weapons. President
Reagan calls for a halt of all shipments of cluster bomb shells
September 1982: Abetted by Israeli forces under the control
of Defense Minister Ariel Sharon, Lebanese militiamen massacre
hundreds of Palestinians in Beirut's Sabra and Shatila refugee
camps. President Reagan is horrified and summons the
Israeli ambassador to demand Israel's immediate withdrawal
September 1982: Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin rejects
President Reagan's Peace Plan for the occupied territories.
January‑March 1983: Israeli army "harasses" U.S. Marines
in Lebanon. Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger confirms
Marine commandant's report that "Israeli troops are deliberately
threatening the lives of American military personnel . . .
replete with verbal degradation of the officers, their uniforms
March 1985: Israeli lobby in Washington pressures the U.S.
Congress to turn down a $1.6 billion arms sale to Jordan, costing
the U.S. thousands of jobs, quite apart from the financial
loss to American industry. Jordan gives the contract to Russia.
A frustrated King Hussein complains: "The U.S. is not free to
move except within the limits of what AIPAC [the Israeli
lobby], the Zionists and the State of Israel determine for it."
October 1985: Israeli lobby blocks $4 billion aircraft sale to
Saudi Arabia. The sale, strongly backed by the Reagan administration,
costs the U.S. over 350,000 jobs, with steep financial
losses to American industry. Saudi Arabia awards contract to
November 1985: Jonathan Jay Pollard, an American recruited
by Israel, is arrested for passing highly classified intelligence to
Israel. U.S. officials call the operation but "one link in an organized
and well‑financed Israeli espionage ring operating
within the United States." State Department contacts reveal
that top Israeli defense officials "traded stolen U.S. intelligence
documents to Soviet military intelligence agents in return for
assurances of greater emigration of Soviet Jews."
December 1985: U.S. Customs in three states raid factories
suspected of illegally selling electroplating technology to Israel.
Richard Smyth, a NATO consultant and former U.S. exporter, is
indicted on charges of illegally exporting to Israel 800 krytron
devices for triggering nuclear explosions.
April 1986: U.S. authorities arrest 17 persons, including a retired
Israeli General, Avraham Bar‑Am, for plotting to sell
more than $2 billion of advanced U.S. weaponry to Iran (much
of it already in Israel). General Bar‑Am, claiming to have had
Israeli Government approval, threatens to name names at the
highest levels. U.S. Attorney General of New York calls the plot
mind-boggling in scope.
July 1986: Assistant Secretary of State Richard Murphy informs
the Israeli ambassador that a U.S. investigation is under
way of eight Israeli representatives in the U.S. accused of
plotting the illegal export of technology used in making cluster
bombs. Indictments against the eight are later dropped in exchange
for an Israeli promise to cooperate in the case.
January 1987: Israeli Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin visits
South Africa to discuss joint nuclear weapons testing. Israel
admits that, in violation of a U.S. Senate anti‑apartheid bill, it
has arms sales contracts with South Africa worth hundreds of
millions of dollars. Rep. John Conyers calls for Congressional
hearings on Israel‑South Africa nuclear testing.
November 1987: The Iran‑Contra scandal reveals that it was
Israel that had first proposed the trade to Iran of U.S. arms for
hostages. The scandal becomes the subject of the Tower Commission
Report, Senate and House investigations, and the
Walsh criminal prosecution inquiries.
April 1988: Testifying before U.S. Subcommittee on Narcotics,
Terrorism and International Operations, Jose Blandon, a
former intelligence aide to Panama's General Noriega, reveals
that Israel used $20 million of U.S. aid to ship arms via Panama
to Nicaraguan Contras. The empty planes then smuggled
cocaine via Panama into the United States. Pilot tells ABC reporter
Richard Threlkeld that Israel was his primary employer.
The arms‑for‑drugs network is said to be led by Mike Harari,
Noriega's close aide and bodyguard, who was also a high officer
in the Israeli secret services and chief coordinator of Israel's
military and commercial business in Panama.
June 1988: Mubarak Awad, a Palestinian-American advocate
of nonviolence, is deported by Israel. The White House denounces
the action, saying, "We think it is unjustifiable to deny
Mr. Awad the right to stay and live in Jerusalem, where he was
June 1988: Amnesty International accuses Israel of throwing
deadly, U.S.-made gas canisters inside hospitals, mosques,
and private homes. The Pennsylvania manufacturer, a major
defense corporation, suspends future shipments of tear gas to
November 1989: According to the Israeli paper Ma?ariv, U.S.
officials claim Israel Aircraft Industries was involved in attempts
to smuggle U.S. missile navigation equipment to South
Africa in violation of U.S. law.
December 1989: While the U.S. was imposing economic
sanctions on Iran, Israel purchased $36 million of Iranian oil in
order to encourage Iran to help free three Israeli hostages in
March 1990: Israel requests more than $1 billion in loans,
gifts, and donations from American Jews and U.S. government
to pay for resettling Soviet Jews in occupied territories. President
Bush responds, My position is that the foreign policy of
the U.S. says we do not believe there should be new settlements
in the West Bank or East Jerusalem.
June 1990: Officials in the Bush administration and in Congress
say that Israel has emerged as leading supplier of advanced
military technology to China, despite U.S.'s expressed
opposition to Israeli-Chinese military cooperation.
September 1990: Israeli Foreign Minister David Levy asks the
Bush administration to forgive Israel's $4.5 billion military debt
and dramatically increase military aid. Israeli Defense Minister
Moshe Arens expresses concern over expected $20 billion in
U.S. arms sales to Saudi Arabia and asks for an additional $1
billion in military aid to Israel. Facing rising congressional opposition,
White House backs off from plan to sell Saudi Arabia
over $20 billion in military hardware. Bush administration
promises to deliver additional F-15 fighters and Patriot missiles
to Israel, but defers action on Israel's request for more than
$1 billion in new military aid. Arens questions U.S.'s commitment
to maintain Israel's military advantage in the Middle
October 1990: Aliya cabinet chair Ariel Sharon encourages
increase in settlement of Soviet Jews in East Jerusalem, despite
his government's assurances to the U.S. that it would not
do so. Bush sends personal letter to Prime Minister Shamir
urging Israel not to pursue East Jerusalem housing. Shamir
November 1990: In his new autobiography, former President
Reagan says Israel was the instigator and prime mover in the
Iran-Contra affair and that then-Prime Minister Shimon Peres
was behind the proposal.
January 1991: White House criticizes Israeli ambassador Zalman
Shoval for complaining that U.S. had not moved forward
on $400 million in loan guarantees and that Israel had not
received one cent in aid from allies to compensate for missile
damage (in Gulf War). U.S. says comments are outrageous
and outside the bounds of acceptable behavior.
February 1991: Hours after long-disputed $400 million loan
guarantees to Israel are approved, Israeli officials say the
amount is grossly insufficient. Next day, Israel formally requests
$1 billion in emergency military assistance to cover
costs stemming from the Gulf War.
March 1991: Israeli government rejects President Bush's call
for solution to Arab-Israeli conflict that includes trading land
for peace. In a report to Congress, U.S. State Department says
Soviet Jewish immigrants are settling in the occupied territories
at a higher rate than the Israeli government claims. During
tour of West Bank settlements, Housing Minister Sharon
says construction of 13,000 housing units in occupied territories
has been approved for next two years. Plans contradict
statement by Prime Minister Shamir, who told President Bush
that the Israeli government had not approved such plans.
April 1991: Prime Minister Shamir and several members of his
cabinet reject U.S. Secretary of State Baker's suggestion that
Israel curtail expansion of Jewish settlements in the occupied
territories as gesture for peace. U.S. calls new Jewish settlement
of Revava an obstacle to peace and questions Israel's
timing, with Secretary Baker due to arrive in Israel in two
days. Hours before Baker arrives, eight Israeli families complete
move to new settlement of Talmon Bet. U.S. ambassador
to Israel William Brown files an official protest with the Israeli
government about establishment and/or expansion of settlements
in the West Bank. Housing Minister Sharon says Israel
has no intention of meeting U.S. demands to slow or stop settlements.
Secretary Baker, in a news conference before leaving
Israel, says Israel failed to give responses he needed to put
together a peace conference.
May 1991: Israeli ambassador to U.S. Zalman Shoval says his
country will soon request $10 billion in loan guarantees from
Washington to aid in settling Soviet Jewish immigrants to Israel.
Secretary Baker calls continued building of Israeli settlements
?largest obstacle? to convening proposed Middle East
May 1991: President Bush unveils proposal for arms control in
Middle East. U.S. administration confirms that Israel, which
has not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, has objected
to provision on nuclear weapons.
June 1991: Prime Minister Shamir rejects President Bush's
call for Israeli acceptance of a greater United Nations role in
proposed Arab-Israeli peace talks.
July 1991: Israeli Housing Minister Sharon inaugurates the
new Israeli settlement of Mevo Dotan in the West Bank one
day after President Bush describes Israeli settlements as
September 1991: President Bush asks Congress to delay
considering Israeli loan guarantee request for 120 days. Ignoring
pleas of U.S. administration, Israel formally submits its request.
Prime Minister Shamir says U.S. has a moral obligation
to provide Israel with loan guarantees, and that Israel
would continue to build settlements in the occupied territories.
October 1991: The Washington Post reports that President
Bush waived U.S.-mandated sanctions against Israel after U.S.
intelligence determined that Israel had exported missile components
to South Africa.
November 1991: Hours after concluding bilateral talks with
Syria, Israel inaugurates Qela, a new settlement in the Golan
Heights. Secretary of State Baker calls the action
February 1992: Secretary of State Baker says U.S. will not
provide loan guarantees to Israel unless it ceases its settlement
activity. President Bush threatens to veto any loan guarantees
to Israel without a freeze on Israel?s settlement activity.
March 1992: U.S. administration confirms it has begun investigating
intelligence reports that Israel supplied China with
technical data from U.S. Patriot missile system.
April 1992: State Department Inspector issues report that the
department has failed to heed intelligence reports that an important
U.S. ally widely understood to be Israel was making
unauthorized transfers of U.S. military technology to China,
South Africa, Chile, and Ethiopia.
May 1992: Wall Street Journal cites Israeli press reports that
U.S. officials have placed Israel on list of 20 nations carrying
out espionage against U.S. companies.
June 1992: U.S. Defense Department says Israel has rejected
a U.S. request to question former General Rami Dotan, who is
at center of arms procurement scandal involving U.S. contractors.
July 1992: General Electric Company pleads guilty to fraud
and corrupt business practices in connection with its sale of
military jet engines to Israel. A GE manager had conspired
with Israeli Gen. Rami Dotan to divert $27 million in U.S. military
aid with fraudulent vouchers. U.S. Justice and Defense
Departments do not believe that Dotan was acting in his own
interest, implying that the government of Israel may be implicated
in the fraud, which would constitute a default on Israel's
aid agreements with the U.S.
June 1993: U.S. House of Representatives passes bill authorizing
$80 million per year to Israel for refugee settlement; bill
passes despite $10 billion in U.S. loan guarantees to Israel and
against evidence from Israeli economists that Israel no longer
needs U.S. aid.
October 1993: CIA informs Senate Government Affairs Committee
that Israel has been providing China for over a decade
with several billion dollars worth of advanced military technology.
Israeli Prime Minister Rabin admits Israel has sold
arms to China.
November 1993: CIA Director James Woolsey makes first
public U.S. acknowledgement that Israel is generally regarded
as having some kind of nuclear capability.
December 1993: Time magazine reports convicted spy Jonathan
Pollard passed a National Security Agency listing of foreign
intelligence frequencies to Israel that later was received
by Soviets, ruining several billion dollars of work and compromising
lives of U.S. informants.
December 1994: Los Angeles Times reports Israel has given
China information on U.S. military technology to help in joint
Israeli-Chinese development of a fighter jet.
January 1995: When Egypt threatens not to sign the Nuclear
Non-Proliferation Treaty because Israel will not sign, the U.S.
says it will not pressure Israel to sign.
July 1995: U.S. Ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk demands
Israel abolish import barriers that discriminate against U.S.
November 1995: Israel grants citizenship to American spy
April 1996: Using U.S.-supplied shells, Israel kills 106 unarmed
civilians who had taken refuge in a U.N. peace-keeping
compound in Qana, southern Lebanon. U.N. investigators,
Amnesty International, and Human Rights Watch condemn the
shelling as premeditated. The U.N. Security Council calls on
Israel to pay reparations. Resolution is vetoed by the United
June 1996: U.S. State Department hands Israeli defense officials
classified CIA report alleging Israel has given China U.S.
military avionics, including advanced radar-detection system
and electronic warfare equipment.
December 1996: Israeli cabinet reinstates large subsidies,
including tax breaks and business grants, for West Bank settlers.
U.S. says the move is troubling and clearly complicates
the peace process. Israeli government rejects President
Clinton's criticism of the settlements and vows to strengthen
February 1997: FBI announces that David Tenenbaum, a mechanical
engineer working for the U.S. army, has admitted that
for the past 10 years he has inadvertently passed on classified
military information to Israeli officials.
March 1997: U.S. presses Israel to delay building new settlement
of Har Homa near Bethlehem. Prime Minister Netanyahu
says international opposition ?will just strengthen my resolve.?
June 1997: U.S. investigators report that two Hasidic Jews
from New York, suspected of laundering huge quantities of
drug money for a Colombian drug cartel, recently purchased
millions of dollars worth of land near the settlements of
Mahseya and Zanoah.
September 1997: Jewish settlers in Hebron stone Palestinian
laborers working on a U.S.-financed project to renovate the
town?s main street. David Muirhead, the American overseeing
the project, says the Israeli police beat him, threw him into a
van, and detained him until the U.S. Consulate intervened.
U.S. State Department calls the incident ?simply unacceptable.?
September 1997: Secretary of State Albright says Israel?s
decision to expand Efrat settlement ?is not at all helpful? to the
peace process. Prime Minister Netanyahu says he will continue
to expand settlements.
May 1998: 13 years after denying he was not its spy, Israel
officially recognizes Pollard as its agent in hopes of negotiating
June 1998: Secretary of State Albright phones Prime Minister
Netanyahu to condemn his plan to extend Jerusalem?s municipal
boundaries and to move Jews into East Jerusalem, particularly
in the area adjacent to Bethlehem. Ignoring U.S. protests,
Israel?s cabinet unanimously approves plan to extend Jerusalem's
August 1998: Secretary Albright tells Prime Minister
Netanyahu that the freeze in the peace process due to the settlement
policy is harming U.S. interests in the Middle East and
affecting the U.S.?s ability to forge a coalition against Iraq.
September 1998: Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad reports
that the Israeli airliner that crashed in Amsterdam in 1992 was
not carrying gifts and perfume, as the Israelis claimed, but
three of the four chemicals used to make sarin nerve gas. According
to the plane's cargo manifest, the chemicals were sent
from a U.S. factory in Pennsylvania to the top secret Israeli
Institute for Biological Research.
November 1998: Israeli Foreign Minister Sharon urges Jewish
settlers to grab West Bank land so it does not fall under Palestinian
control in any final peace settlement.
May 1999: U.S. denounces Israel's decision to annex more
land to the Ma'ale Adumim settlement.
June 1999: The Israeli company Orlil is reported to have stolen
U.S. night-vision equipment purchased for the Israeli Defense
Forces and to have sold it to Far Eastern countries.
April 2001: Prime Minister Sharon announces plans to build
708 new housing units in the Jewish settlements of Ma'ale Adumim
and Alfe Menashe. U.S. State Department criticizes the
move as provocative.
May 2001: The Mitchell Committee (headed by former U.S.
Senator George Mitchell) concludes that Jewish settlements
are a barrier to peace. Prime Minister Sharon vows to continue
expanding the settlements.
May 2001: U.S. is voted off the United Nations Commission
on Human Rights for the first time since the committee's establishment
in 1947. The Financial Times of London suggests
that Washington, by vetoing U.N. resolutions alleging Israeli
human rights abuses, showed its inability to work impartially in
the area of human rights. Secretary of State Colin Powell suggests
the vote was because we left a little blood on the floor
in votes involving the Palestinians.
September 2001: Six days after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on
America, Secretary of State Powell, when asked why America
is hated in the Arab and Muslim world, acknowledges that the
deep resentment and anger toward the United States is due to
the Palestinian crisis.
November 2001: Secretary of State Colin Powell calls on Israel
to halt all settlement building which he says cripples
chances for real peace and security. Benny Elon, a right-wing
minister in the Sharon government, says the settlers aren?t
worried. America has a special talent for seeing things in the
short term, he says, explaining that what Powell said he said
only to get Arab support for America?s anti-terrorism coalition
March 2002: U.N. Sec. Gen. Kofi Annan calls for immediate
withdrawal of Israeli tanks from Palestinian refugee camps,
citing large numbers of Palestinians reported dead or injured.
U.S. State Dept. says the United States has contacted Israel to
urge that utmost restraint be exercised in order to avoid
harm to the civilian population.
April 2002: President Bush repeatedly demands an immediate
halt to Israel's military invasion of the West Bank. Prime Minister
Sharon rebuffs the President's withdrawal demands, saying
the United States and other nations should not put any pressure
April 4, 2002: President Bush demands that Israel halt its
March 29 incursion into the West Bank, withdraw immediately,
and cease all settlement building. Three days later, Secretary
of State Powell says Bush's demand was a request.
June 10, 2002: Prime Minister Sharon visits White House.
When reporters ask about Israel's ongoing incursions into Palestinian
towns, President Bush says Israel has a right to defend
September 30, 2003: President Bush signs the Foreign Relations
Authorization Act, which identifies Jerusalem as Israel's
November 25, 2002. Israel asks the U.S. for $4-billion in
military aid to defray the costs of fighting terrorism, plus
$10-billion in loan guarantees to support its struggling economy.
May 29, 2003: Israel announces construction of a new Jewish
settlement of 230 housing units in East Jerusalem.
July 29, 2003: Sharon rejects President Bush's appeal to halt
construction of a separation wall that Israel is building on occupied
October 22, 2003: Former Navy lawyer Ward Boston, who
had helped lead the military investigation into Israel's 1967
attack on the USS Liberty, files a signed affidavit stating that
President Johnson and Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara
had ordered those heading the naval inquiry to conclude that
the attack was a case of mistaken identity, despite overwhelming
evidence to the contrary.
March 21, 2005: Prime Minister Sharon approves construction
of 3,500 new housing units in the Israeli settlement of
Ma?ale Adumin to link it to East Jerusalem. The U.S. State Department
has no comment.
May 2005: Newsweek reports that in the late 1990s, lobbyist
Jack Abramoff diverted more than $140,000 from charity contributions
by Indian tribes to the Israeli settlement of Beitar
Illit for sniper equipment and training of settler militias.
Jane Adas (Vice President)
Hugh D. Auchincloss, Jr.
Atwater, Bradley & Partners, Inc.
Richard Hobson, Jr.
Anne R. Joyce
Kendall Landis (Treasurer)
Robert L. Norberg
Hon. Edward L. Peck
Former U.S. Ambassador
President, Lachlan International
Talcott W. Seelye
Former U.S. Ambassador to Syria
Donald L. Snook
James M. Wall
AMEU National Council
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William R. Chandler
David S. Dodge
Dr. Cornelius B. Houk
O. Kelly Ingram
John J. McCloy II
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Dr. John C. Trever
Don M. Wagner
Miriam Ward, RSM
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October 24, 2005
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RECOUNT - IS DENNIS KUCINICH WALKING INTO A TRAP? BEV HARRIS OP ED NEWS
Friday January 11, 2008 The election integrity community is abuzz with news that candidate Dennis Kucinich will ask for a recount in New Hampshire, and Ron Paul fans have been pushing him to recount as well. Careful.
NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION INTEGRITY ADVOCATE NANCY TOBI IS CORRECT: "We have no control over the ballot chain of custody and we have learned the pain from the 2004 Nader recount, in which only 11 districts were counted, chosen by a highly questionable person, and then nothing showed up. Now all we hear is how the Nader recount validated the machines." As Tobi says, "A candidate asking for a recount may well be a tool used to 'prove' everything was okay and then that candidate will be further discredited." I'll go further than that. The only way a recount makes any sense at all in New Hampshire is AFTER an assessment is made of the chain of custody issues. If the chain of custody isn't intact the recount won't be worth a cup of warm spit…..
The answer to the question posed by Bev Harris is: YES.
The criminal clinton/bush team/operatives are seasoned professionals (criminals) with their lives, liberty (they should be in jail), and huge prospective amounts of money at stake. They are relentless, ruthless, and not entirely stupid; just lacking true inspired talent/ability, and hence, america’s unequivocal decline in their rein. For the same reason that the machines are the touchstones for the vote fraud, the answer is unequivocally: YES.
CLINTON BODY COUNT
By: Ether Zone Staff
Here is the latest body count that we have. All of these people have been connected with the Clintons in some form or another. We have not included any deaths that could not be verified or connected to the Clinton scandals. All deaths are listed chronologically by date. This list is current and accurate to the best of our knowledge as of
January 13, 1999August 1, 2000.
Susan Coleman: Rumors were circulating in Arkansas of an affair with Bill Clinton. She was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head at 7 1/2 months pregnant. Death was an apparent suicide.
Larry Guerrin: Was killed in February 1987 while investigating the INSLAW case.
Kevin Ives & Don Henry: Initial cause of death was reported to be the result of falling asleep on a railroad track in Arkansas on August 23, 1987. This ruling was reported by the State medical examiner Fahmy Malak. Later it was determined that Kevin died from a crushed skull prior to being placed on the tracks. Don had been stabbed in the back. Rumors indicate that they might have stumbled upon a Mena drug operation.
Keith Coney: Keith had information on the Ives/Henry deaths. Died in a motorcycle accident in July 1988 with unconfirmed reports of a high speed car chase.
Keith McKaskle: McKaskle has information on the Ives/Henry deaths. He was stabbed to death in November 1988.
Gregory Collins: Greg had information on the Ives/Henry deaths. He died from a gunshot wound to the face in January 1989.
Jeff Rhodes: He had information on the deaths of Ives, Henry & McKaskle. His burned body was found in a trash dump in April 1989. He died of a gunshot wound to the head and there was some body mutilation, leading to the probably speculation that he was tortured prior to being killed.
James Milam: Milam had information on the Ives & Henry deaths. He was decapitated. The state Medical examiner, Fahmy Malak, initially ruled death due to natural causes.
Richard Winters: Winters was a suspect in the deaths of Ives & Henry. He was killed in a "robbery" in July 1989 which was subsequently proven to be a setup.
Jordan Kettleson: Kettleson had information on the Ives & Henry deaths. He was found shot to death in the front seat of his pickup in June 1990.
Alan Standorf: An employee of the National Security Agency in electronic intelligence. Standorf was a source of information for Danny Casalaro who was investigating INSLAW, BCCI, etc. Standorf's body was found in the backseat of a car at Washington National Airport on Jan 31, 1991.
Dennis Eisman: An attorney with information on INSLAW. Eisman was found shot to death on April 5, 1991.
Danny Casalaro: Danny was a free-lance reporter and writer who was investigating the "October Surprise", INSLAW and BCCI. Danny was found dead in a bathtub in a Sheraton Hotel room in Martinsburg, West Virginia. Danny was staying at the hotel while keeping appointments in the DC area pertinent to his investigation. He was found with his wrists slashed. At least one, and possibly both of his wrists were cut 10 times. All of his research materials were missing and have never been recovered.
Victor Raiser: The National Finance Co-Chair for "Clinton for President." He died in a airplane crash on July 30, 1992.
R. Montgomery Raiser: Also involved in the Clinton presidential campaign. He died in the same plane crash as Victor.
Paul Tully: Tulley was on the Democratic National Committee. He was found dead of unknown causes in his hotel room on September 24, 1992. No autopsy was ever allowed.
Ian Spiro: Spiro had supporting documentation for grand jury proceedings on the INSLAW case. His wife and 3 children were found murdered on November 1, 1992 in their home. They all died of gunshot wounds to the head. Ian's body was found several days later in a parked car in the Borego Desert. Cause of death? The ingestion of cyanide. FBI report indicated that Ian had murdered his family and then committed suicide.
Paula Gober: A Clinton speech writer. She died in a car accident on December 9, 1992 with no known witnesses.
Jim Wilhite: Wilhite was an associate of Mack McClarty's former firm. Wilhite died in a skiing accident on December 21, 1992. He also had extensive ties to Clinton with whom he visited by telephone just hours before his death.
Steve Willis, Robert Williams, Todd McKeahan & Conway LeBleu: Died Feburary 28, 1993 by gunfire at Waco. All four were examined by a pathologist and died from identical wounds to the left temple. All four had been body guards for Bill Clinton, three while campaigning for President and when he was Governor of Arkansas.They also were the ONLY 4 BATF agents killed at Waco.
Sgt. Brian Haney, Sgt. Tim Sabel, Maj. William Barkley, Capt. Scott Reynolds: Died: May 19, 1993 - All four men died when their helicopter crashed in the woods near Quantico, Va. - Reporters were barred from the site, and the head of the fire department responding to the crash described it by saying, "Security was tight," with "lots of Marines with guns." A videotape made by a firefighter was seized by the Marines. All four men had escorted Clinton on his flight to the carrier Roosevelt shortly before their deaths.
John Crawford: An attorney with information on INSLAW. He died from a heart attack in Tacoma in April of 1993.
John Wilson: Found dead from an apparent hanging suicide on May 18, 1993. He was a former Washington DC council member and claimed to have info on Whitewater.
Paul Wilcher: A lawyer who was investigating drug running out of Mena, Arkansas and who also sought to expose the "October Surprise", BCCI and INSLAW. He was found in his Washington DC apartment dead of unknown causes on June 22, 1993.
Vincent Foster: A White House deputy counsel and long-time personal friend of Bill and Hillary's. Found on July 20, 1993, dead of a gunshot wound to the mouth -- a death ruled suicide. Many different theories on this case! Readers are encouraged to read our report in Strange Deaths.
Jon Parnell Walker: An investigator for the RTC who was looking into the linkage between the Whitewater and Madison S&L bankruptcy. Walker "fell" from the top of the Lincoln Towers Building.
Stanley Heard & Steven Dickson: They were members of the Clinton health care advisory committee. They died in a plane crash on September 10, 1993.
Jerry Luther Parks: Parks was the Chief of Security for Clinton's national campaign headquarters in Little Rock. Gunned down in his car on September 26, 1993 near the intersection of Chenal Parkway and Highway 10 west of Little Rock. Parks was shot through the rear window of his car. The assailant then pulled around to the driver's side of Park's car and shot him three more times with a 9mm pistol. His family reported that shortly before his death, they were being followed by unknown persons, and their home had been broken into (despite a top quality alarm system). Parks had been compiling a dossier on Clinton's illicit activities. The dossier was stolen.
Ed Willey: A Clinton fundraiser. He died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on November 30, 1993. His death came the same day his wife, Kathleen, was sexually assaulted in the White House by Bill Clinton.
Gandy Baugh: Baugh was Lasater's attorney and committed suicide on January 8, 1994. Baugh's partner committed suicide exactly one month later on February 8, 1994.
Herschell Friday: A member of the presidential campaign finance committee. He died in an airplane explosion on March 1, 1994.
Ronald Rogers: Rogers died on March 3, 1994 just prior to releasing sensitive information to a London newspaper. Cause of death? Undetermined.
Kathy Furguson: A 38 year old hospital worker whose ex-husband is a co- defendant in the Paula Jones sexual harassment law suit. She had information supporting Paula Jone's allegations. She died of an apparent suicide on May 11, 1994 from a gunshot wound to the head.
Bill Shelton: Shelton was an Arkansas police officer and was found dead as an apparent suicide on kathy Ferguson's grave (Kathy was his girl friend), on June 12, 1994. This "suicide" was the result of a gunshot wound to the back of the head.
Stanley Huggins: Huggins, 46, was a principal in a Memphis law firm which headed a 1987 investigation into the loan practices of Madison Guaranty S&L. Stanley died in Delaware in July 1994 -- reported cause of death was viral pneumonia.
Paul Olson: A Federal witness in investigations to drug money corruption in Chicago politics, Paul had just finished 2 days of FBI interviews when his plane ride home crashed, killing Paul and 130 others on Sept 8 1994. The Sept. 15, 1994 Tempe Tribune newspaper reported that the FBI suspected that a bomb had brought down the airplane.
Calvin Walraven: 24 year on Walraven was a key witness against Jocelyn Elder's son's drug case. Walraven was found dead in his apartment with a gunshot wound to the head. Tim Hover, a Little Rock police spokesman says no foul play is suspected.
Alan G. Whicher: Oversaw Clinton's Secret Service detail. In October 1994 Whicher was transferred to the Secret Service field office in the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City. Whatever warning was given to the BATF agents in that building did not reach Alan Whicher, who died in the bomb blast of April 19th 1995.
Duane Garrett: Died July 26, 1995-A lawyer and a talk show host for KGO-AM in San Fransisco, Duane was the campaign finance chairman for Diane Fienstien's run for the senate, and was a friend and fundraiser for Al Gore. Garrett was under investigation for defrauding investors in Garrett's failed sports memorabilia venture. There was talk of a deal to evade prosecution. On July 26th, Garrett canceled an afternoon meeting with his lawyer because he had to meet some people at the San Fransisco airport. Three hours later he was found floating in the bay under the Golden Gate Bridge.
Ron Brown:. The Commerce Secretary died on April 3, 1996, in an Air Force jet carrying Brown and 34 others, including 14 business executives on a trade mission to Croatia, crashed into a mountainside. The Air Force, in a 22-volume report issued in June of 1996, confirmed its initial judgment that the crash resulted from pilot errors and faulty navigation equipment At the time of Brown's death, Independent Counsel Daniel Pearson was seeking to determine whether Brown had engaged in several sham financial transactions with longtime business partner Nolanda Hill shortly before he became secretary of commerce.
Charles Meissner: died: UNK - Following Ron Brown's death, John Huang was placed on a Commerce Department contract that allowed him to retain his security clearance
by Charles Meissner. Shortly thereafter, Meissner died in the crash of a small plane. He was an Assistant Secretary of Commerce for International Economic Policy.
William Colby: Retired CIA director was found dead on May 6,1996 after his wife reported him missing on April 27,1996. Apparently, Colby decided to go on a impromptu canoeing excursion and never returned. Colby who had just started writing for Strategic Investment newsletter, worried many in the intelligent community. Colby's past history of divulging CIA secrets in the past were well known. Strategic Investor had covered the Vince Foster suicide and had hired handwriting experts to review Foster's suicide note.
Admiral Jeremy Boorda: Died on May 16,1996 after he went home for lunch and decided to shoot himself in the chest (by one report, twice) rather than be interviewed by Newsweek magazine that afternoon. Explanations for Boorda's suicide focused on a claim that he was embarrassed over two "Valor" pins he was not authorized to wear.
Lance Herndon: Herndon a 41 year old computer specialist and a prominent entrepreneur who received a presidential appointment in 1995 died August 10, 1996 under suspicious circumstances. He appeared to have died from a blow to the head. Police said no weapons were found at his mansion, adding that Mr. Herndon had not been shot or stabbed and there was no evidence of forced entry or theft.
Neil Moody: Died -August 25, 1996 Following Vincent Foster's murder, Lisa Foster married James Moody, a judge in Arkansas, on Jan 1, 1996. Near the time Susan McDougal first went to jail for contempt, Judge Moor's son, Neil died in a car crash. There were other reports that Neil Moody had discovered something very unsettling among his stepmother's private papers and was threatening to go public with it just prior to the beginning of the Democratic National Convention. He was alleged to have been talking to Bob Woodward of the Washington Post about a blockbuster story. Witnesses said they saw Neil Moody sitting in his car arguing with another person just prior to His car suddenly speeding off out of control and hitting a brick wall.
Barbara Wise: Wise a 14-year Commerce Department employee found dead and partially naked in her office following a long weekend. She worked in the same section as John Huang. Officially, she is said to have died of natural causes.
Doug Adams: Died January 7, 1997- A lawyer in Arkansas who got involved trying to help the people who were being swindled out of their life savings. Adams was found in his vehicle with a gunshot wound to his head in a Springfield Mo. hospital parking lot.
Mary C. Mahoney: 25, murdered at the Georgetown Starbuck's coffee bar over the 4th of July '97 weekend. She was a former White House intern who worked with John Huang. Apparently she knew Monica Lewinsky and her sexual encounters with Bill Clinton. Although not verified, it has been said that Lewinsky told Linda Tripp that she did not want to end up like Mahoney.
Ronald Miller: Suddenly took ill on October 3rd,1997 and steadily worsened until his death 9 days later. (This pattern fits Ricin poisoning.) Owing to the strangeness of the illness, doctors at the Integris Baptist Medical Center referred the matter to the Oklahoma State Medical Examiner's Office. The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner's Office promptly ran tests on samples of Ron Miller's blood, but has refused to release the results or even to confirm that the tests were ever completed.
Had been investigated by authorities over the sale of his company, Gage Corp. to Dynamic Energy Resources, Inc. was the man who tape recorded Gene and Nora Lum and turned those tapes (and other records) over to congressional oversight investigators. The Lums were sentenced to prison for campaign finance violations, using "straw donors" to conceal the size of their contributions to various candidates. Indeed, Dynamic Energy Resources, Inc. had hired Ron Brown's son Michael solely for the purpose of funneling $60,000 through him to the Commerce Secretary, according to Nolanda Hill's testimony.
Sandy Hume: On Sunday, February 22nd, 1998, Sandy Hume, the 28 year old son of journalist Britt Hume, was reportedly found dead in his Arlington, Virginia home. Aside from the statement that this was an "apparent" suicide, there remains in place a total media blackout on this story, possibly out of concern that the actual facts will not withstand public scrutiny. Worked for Hill magazine, about Congress for Congress.
Jim McDougal: Bill and Hillary Clinton friend, banker, and political ally, sent to prison for eighteen felony convictions. A key whitewater witness, dies of a heart attack on March, 8 1998. As of this writing allegations that he was given an injection of the diuretic lasix has not been denied or confirmed.
Died on March 8, 1998
Johnny Lawhon: 29, died March 29, 1998- The Arkansas transmission specialist who discovered a pile of Whitewater documents in the trunk of an abandoned car on his property and turned them over to Starr, was killed in a car wreck two weeks after the McDougal death.. Details of the "accident" have been sketchy -- even from the local Little Rock newspaper.
Charles Wilbourne Miller: 63, was found dead of a gunshot wound to the head on November 17, 1998 in a shallow pit about 300 yards from his ranch house near Little Rock. Police found a .410 gauge shotgun near Miller's body and a Ruger .357-caliber revolver submerged in water. Investigators concluded the Ruger was the weapon used by Miller to kill himself. Yet, two rounds in the handgun's cylinder had been spent.
He had long served as executive vice president and member of the board of directors for a company called Alltel and was deeply involved in his own software engineering company until the day he died. Alltel is the successor to Jackson Stephens' Systematics, the company that provided the software for the White House's "Big Brother" data base system and that was behind the administration's plan to develop the secret computer "Clipper" chip to bug every phone, fax and email transmission in America.
Carlos Ghigliotti: 42, was found dead in his home just outside of Washington D.C. on April 28, 2000. There was no sign of a break-in or struggle at the firm of Infrared Technology where the badly decomposed body of Ghigliotti was found. Ghigliotti had not been seen for several weeks.
Ghigliotti, a thermal imaging analyst hired by the House Government Reform Committee to review tape of the siege, said he determined the FBI fired shots on April 19, 1993. The FBI has explained the light bursts on infrared footage as reflections of sun rays on shards of glass or other debris that littered the scene.
"I conclude this based on the groundview videotapes taken from several different angles simultaneously and based on the overhead thermal tape," Ghigliotti told The Washington Post last October. "The gunfire from the ground is there, without a doubt."
Ghigliotti said the tapes also confirm the Davidians fired repeatedly at FBI agents during the assault, which ended when flames raced through the compound. About 80 Branch Davidians perished that day, some from the fire, others from gunshot wounds.
Mark Corallo, a spokesman for the congressional committee chaired by Rep. Dan Burton, R-Ind., said that police found the business card of a committee investigator in Ghigliotti's office. Corallo said Ghigliotti's work for the committee ended some time ago.
Tony Moser: 41, was killed as he crossed a street in Pine Bluff, Ark on on June 10, 2000. Killed 10 days after being named a columnist for the Democrat-Gazette newspaper and two days after penning a stinging indictment of political corruption in Little Rock.
Police have concluded that no charges will be filed against the unnamed driver of a 1995 Chevrolet pickup, which hit Moser as he was walking alone in the middle of unlit Rhinehart Road about 10:10 p.mPolice say they have ruled out foul play and will file no charges against the driver because he was not intoxicated and there was no sign of excessive speed.