Monthly Archives: August 2012

Where Are They Now?

Systemic corruption erodes trust and confidence in democratic institutions, the rule of law, and human rights protections. This is the case when public officials are allowed to abuse their authority with impunity for political or financial gains in collusion with … Continue reading

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Might Kris Kobach Unintentionally Hinder an Investigation?

The Washington Times’ Stephen Dinan reports that Kris Kobach is representing a group of ICE agents who are rightfully perplexed about how they are going to do their job with the latest instructions coming out of DHS concerning the Administration’s Administrative Dream … Continue reading

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OPM the Deadbeat Dad of the Federal Government

Common sense and semantics  would suggest that an office of personnel management for the federal government workforce would have a major say in the management of how federal employees are rated, ranked and hired for federal employment. Well, meet the … Continue reading

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Refugees Not being Screened by USCIS for IED Links?

I suspect these two admitted terrorists were not checked for links (biometrics) to IEDs; anyone care to guess which agency cleared and processed them? Any guess which USCIS location passed them thru? The NBC? “Prosecutors say Hammadi lied to gain … Continue reading

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Now the Infighting Begins at the Bureau

Frank Wolf finally stops simply writing checks for the Bureau and asks some tough questions of higher-ups at the Bureau.  Now the question for Wolf is – Is he ready yet to look into why the FBI refused to continue investigating the NBC and … Continue reading

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Criminal Organization Infiltrates Judicial System

This case in which an organized crime gang was buying information from a court clerk from sealed documents is an example of something Larry Sulc wrote about in Law Enforcement and Counterintelligence (1996) and which my father (CIA) often spoke about … Continue reading

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Another Reason Why Cowan is Untouchable?

> Ever wonder what would it have been like if E Howard Hunt had been a little more successful and Nixon had finished out his second term? Read carefully the second to last paragraph. Diane Cejka is no longer with … Continue reading

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