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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Texas Covert Operations Included Gun Walking and Human Trafficking A Decade Before Fast and Furious

All Texas Covert Operations Were A Bush Administration Mandate
Bush Hired The Wrong People
Texas Covert Operations Including Gun Walking and Human Trafficking by The State of Texas was going on For A Decade Before Fast and Furious 
 Facts 911 Act Abused by Congress
G. N. O'Dell 01/30/2012 

 May 2003 The 911 Patriot Act Is Abused By Broadening The Definitions of  'Terrorist'  So It Can Be Used Against Anyone Without Due Cause The FBI did not know that the First Terrorist Bombing In Riyadh Saudi Arabia was directly linked to Osama Bin Laden until they were informed in 2011!

Update: It Was Stupidity Not A Conspiracy.  The 911 Attack would of never happened if they acted and arrested him instead of maintaining  ties to this monster!

He is hired as a CIA operative as a friendly to the U.S. then dupes our agency and attacks New York killing over 4,000 people.  

  The Time Line
Abuse of the USA 911 Patriot Act by Congress
May 2003 The 911 Patriot Act Is Abused By Broadening The Definitions of 'Terrorist'  So It Can Be Used Against Anyone Without Due Cause In Texas! Texas Becomes Governor Rick Perry's Police State

FBI did not know that the First Terrorist Bombing In Riyadh Saudi Arabia was directly linked to Osama Bin Laden until they were informed in 2011! The 911 Attack would of never happened if they acted and arrested him instead of maintaining friendly ties to this monster! 

See Link:
He is hired as a CIA operative as a friendly to the U.S. then dupes our agency and attacks New York killing over 4,000 people. How do I know? I was there 
and one of the informants to the FBI as follows: 
Nothing Is Fast and Furious In Texas Including VA Entitlements

Pentagon Looses 2.3 Trillion Dollars 
As If A Janitor Trows Out The Wrong Cardboard Box As If Trash 

2,300,000,000,000 Announced Missing The Day of The 911 Attack

Federal Reserve Board of Governors

Edward W. Kelley, Jr. [Does Not Exist]     Dallas          1987-05-26 2001-12-31
Alan Greenspan                                     New York  1997-08-11 2006-01-31 Chairman (1987-2006)
John P. LaWare                                     Boston          1988-08-15 1995-04-30
David W. Mullins, Jr.                             St. Louis          1990-05-21 1994-02-14
Lawrence B. Lindsey                             Richmond  1991-11-26 1997-02-05
Susan M. Phillips [Does Not Exist]             Chicago          1991-12-02 1998-06-30
Alan S. Blinder                                     Philadelphia  1994-06-27 1996-01-31
Janet L. Yellen                                     San Francisco  1994-08-12 1997-02-17
Laurence H. Meyer                             St. Louis          1996-06-24 2002-01-31
Alice M. Rivlin                                     Philadelphia  1996-06-25 1999-07-16
Edward M. Gramlich                             Richmond  1997-11-05 2005-08-31
Roger W. Ferguson,                                  Jr. Boston  1997-11-05 2006-04-28
Mark W. Olson                                     Minneapolis  2001-12-07 2006-06-30
Susan S. Bies                                     Chicago          2001-12-07 2007-03-30
Ben S. Bernanke                                     Atlanta          2002-08-05 2005-06-21
Donald L. Kohn                                     Kansas City  2002-08-05 2010-09-01
Ben S. Bernanke                                     Atlanta          2006-02-01 2020-01-31 
(sch. - Incumbent) Chairman (2006-incumbent)
Kevin M. Warsh                                     New York  2006-02-24 2011-04-02
Randall S. Kroszner                             Richmond  2006-03-01 2009-01-21
Frederic S. Mishkin                             Boston          2006-09-05 2008-08-31

OIG Of Government Agencies Only Required To Audit Their Own Staff

I Am Still Waiting For A Accounting Spread Sheet Of The Cost To Track Me and Grandma Down Rural South Texas Roads For Over 5 Years with Black Domestic Helicopters?

Why I was Tracked Down Like A Wild Texas Feral Hog
The Cover-Up
The Buck Stops At Homeland Security
October 26, 2001

The USA Patriot Act Enacted for Direct Eminent Terrorist Threats
The USA PATRIOT Act (commonly known as the "Patriot Act") is an Act of the U.S. Congress that was signed into law by President George W. Bush on October 26, 2001. The title of the act is a ten letter acronym (USA PATRIOT) that stands for Uniting (and) Strengthening America (by) Providing Appropriate Tools Required (to) Intercept (and) Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001.[1]
The act, a response to the terrorist attacks of September 11th, dramatically reduced restrictions on law enforcement agencies' ability to search telephone, e-mail communications, medical, financial, and other records; eased restrictions on foreign intelligence gathering within the United States; expanded the Secretary of the Treasury’s authority to regulate financial transactions, particularly those involving foreign individuals and entities; and broadened the discretion of law enforcement and immigration authorities in detaining and deporting immigrants suspected of terrorism-related acts. The act also expanded the definition of terrorism to include domestic terrorism, thus enlarging the number of activities to which the USA PATRIOT Act’s expanded law enforcement powers can be applied.
MAY 20, 2003
Patriot Act Is Used by Congress to act in any unlawful means necessary without any delineation or approvals by the Attorney General. Senator John Cornyn Present
1. As of May 2003 in Texas anybody can be considered a "Terrorist"

2. Cigarette Smugglers become Terrorist

3. BICE has authority to - Walking Guns, Exporting/ Importing Illegal Drugs and or Humans for investigative purposes

4. The 911 Patriot Act is now use for free for all spending by Congress. No authority is needed - A Blank National Security Check $44,000,000,000,000
NARCO–TERRORISM: INTERNATIONAL DRUG TRAFFICKING AND TERRORISM—A DANGEROUS MIX TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2003 UNITED STATES SENATE, COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY, Washington, DC. The Committee met, pursuant to notice, at 10:02 a.m., in room SD–226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Hon. Orrin G. Hatch, Chairman of the Committee, presiding.
Present: Senators Hatch, Kyl, Sessions, Cornyn, Biden, and Feinstein.
BICE’s authority to conduct financial investigations has been derived from a variety of  laws. BICE began conducting financial investigations after the enactment of the Bank  Secrecy Act, the BSA, in 1970, and expanded their investigations with the enactment of  PATRIOT Act. In addition, various memoranda of understanding between the Secretary of the Treasury, the Attorney General and the Postmaster General have been executed  regarding the conduct of money laundering investigations. These MOUs delineate the specific unlawful activity and investigative authorities in which BICE has jurisdiction. Since its inception, BICE has had the authority to enforce antismuggling statutes, to include USC 545. This authority allows BICE the ability to investigate the unlawful importation of any contraband. With Title 21 cross-designation, BICE has been authorized by the Department of Justice, and more specifically the Drug Enforcement Administration, to investigate narcotics smuggling organizations.
Enforcement of Title 8 of the U.S. Code allows BICE to target individuals or groups of individuals who are attempting to or have entered the United States for illicit purposes. 

These authorities, combined with our broad border search authority, place BICE in an ideal position to fully  investigate smuggling of contraband and humans by sophisticated smuggling  organizations, while also targeting the financial mechamechanisms utilized by these elements to launder their illegal  proceeds. 
To the extent that we can use whatever we can in terms of statutory authorities—and, frankly, the PATRIOT Act has helped much—and also to get key individuals within the local law enforcement community their security clearances because some of this in-formation, as you well know, is classified for good reason—yet, no longer can they work in a vacuum.
Ver Date 0ct 09 2002 11:51 Oct 30, 2003 Jkt 090052 PO 00000 Frm 00021 Fmt 6633 Sfmt 6633 S:\GPO\HEARINGS\90052.TXT SJUD4 PsN: CMORC18

August 5, 2005
2004 Patriot Act Is Challenged. Still No Need For Delineation or Approvals by The Attorney General
House of Death 2004 a. Between August 2003 and mid-January 2004, a dozen people were tortured, murdered and then buried in the yard of a house in Juarez -the "House of Death." The informant Lalo, according to law enforcement sources, participated in many of those murders. The informant’s handler - agents and supervisors with the El Paso office of ICE and a U.S. 
Prosecutors -were allegedly fully aware of Lalo's participation in the murders. However, they did nothing to stop the killing for fear of jeopardizing the Santillan case and a 
Third Cause of Action Violation of Attorney General Guidelines Use of Confidential Informats and Violation of  U.S. Attorney's Manual regarding Covert Investigations
93. The plaintiffs hereby repeat and reallege the allegations contained within the preceding paragraphs as if fully set forth herein.

94. During a criminal investigation by 18 USCS 2510, the United states Attorney’s Manual and the Attorney General guidelines. The relevant provisions of the manual read as follows: 

9-21.050 Utilization of Persons in Custody of BOP or USMS for investigative Purposes, oras Target of Investigative Activity Request to use, for investigative  purposes, person who are in the custody of the USMS  or BOP, or who are under BOP supervision, or to target such individuals in covert investigations, must be submitted to OEO for review and prior approval ; Such requests must first be approved by the designated official(s) at the agency's headquarters, and  then submitted, in writing, by personnel at the agency's headquarters to the Chief,  Special Operations Unit, OEO, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice, P.O. Box, Washington, D.C. 200111-7600
15. Juanita Fielden, who deviated from her responsibilities to act as a federal prosecutor, is personally liable for the allegations in this Complaint when she made operational decisions and acted as a federal investigative and law enforcement officer. More specifically, Mr. Giovanni Gaudioso allowed Juanita Fieldentomake operational and tactical decisions to directly interfere with the investigation of DEA officials.
"In Fact the prosecutor stated that she had ordered BICE personnel to refuse DEA access  to tapes of the CS, while expressing concern regarding our DEA sharing of information with Mexican federal authorities."
-DEA Chief, Sandalio Gonzalez

 October 6, 2006
October 6, 2006 Inside trading by those of Public Trust. John Ashcroft and William Sessions join Digital Ally for legal advisory decisions and everybody including John Cornyn join in on the inside trading. Digital Ally LEAWOOD, Kansas (October 5, 2006) – Digital Ally, Inc. (Pink Sheets: DGLY). Digital Ally manufactures the most intrusive domestic surveillance devices including an x-ray devices that can radiate through the sides of a tracker trailer looking for human trafficking while disabled students are transferred over state lines to work on slave farms while employers pocket their social security checks in public view. Citation:
 May 5, 2007
2007 Patriot Act Is Challenged. The NAO could now approve purchases of equipment and devices for domestic surveillance or covert military action without authority – A Blank Check. Still No Need for Delineation or Approvals by the Attorney General 
"In May 2007, the DNI designated DHS as the executive agent and functional manager of what was designated as a National Applications Office (NAO). There was, however, no public notice of the establishment of the new office at that time."
"Inside the United States (as well as abroad), DOD support for law enforcement agencies is authorized in accordance with chapter 18 of title 10, U.S. Code. Section 371 specifically authorizes the Secretary of Defense to share information acquired during military operations, and encourages the armed forces to plan their activities with an eye to the production of incidental civilian benefits. Under sections 372 through 374, DOD DOD personnel are permitted to provide training and expert advice to civilian law enforcement personnel, and may conduct maintenance on equipment it provides."
 June 14, 2007
Bush's attorney general got memo that mentioned gun-walking probe in 2007 
Article by: PETE YOST , Associated Press Updated: November 4, 2011 - 2:45 PM
Headlined "Meeting of the attorney general with Mexican Attorney General Medina Mora," the briefing paper informed Mukasey that the tactic had been tried unsuccessfully but that the ATF wanted to try again and wanted Mukasey to persuade Mexico's attorney general to provide a team of corruption-free Mexican agents who would assist in the effort. Perhaps implied but not fully detailed in this document was the reason for the failure — that Mexican authorities south of the border fell down on the job, claiming they didn't see the vehicle carrying the guns that the ATF agents had alerted them to.
March 2008
March 2008 911 Patriot Act used to Void Privacy Rights
Education Department Proposes New Student Privacy Rules
The U.S. Department of Education proposed new rules on student privacy today that would clarify when colleges can release student information in the interest of health and safety. The proposed changes to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 would also give greater flexibility to college administrators in making such decisions.
In Texas, you cannot get a good paying job unless you wine, dine, or know someone that works for a Private security Firm. These firms control everything in Texas and should be disbanded by prosecuting privacy violations. I could not understand why I was being gang stalked or why the police destroyed my complaints as the FBI seemed to cover for the police until I read the following article and it all came together logically. The motive was money and the 911 Patriot Act is the modus operandi as follows at this link!/2011/11/thousands-of-discarded-disability-still.html
August 2008

Ted Gunderson, a former senior official of the Federal Bureau of Investigation says "rogue" military intelligence and law enforcement units of the federal government oversee a nationwide network of community-based "gang stalking" harassment, intimidation and domestic terrorism directed at thousands of U.S. citizens who have been extrajudicially targeted as "dissidents" or undesirables.


Texas Fusion Centers 84,000,000,000
Communication Hacking System
All Texas Homes Without Warrants

April 2009

April 2009 the 911 Patriot Act is stripped of most of its executive powers to law enforcement and to head of states such as the Texas Governor Rick Perry who abused the 911 Patriot Act to a point of becoming a dictating treasonous tyrant.
April  2009
The Texas Tea Party Rebellion
April 15, 2009

Filed under Security & Surveillance, Terrorism Information Sharing, Domestic Intelligence, Fusion Center, ISE 
CDT by Harley Geiger April 15, 2009 

A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) intelligence assessment was published to the Internet this week, warning that opposition to federal government policies could foment a resurgence of "rightwing extremism." The DHS report is the latest indication that many law enforcement agencies regard advocacy groups as intelligence targets and lawful political dissent as a potential sign of terrorism.

May 26, 2011

On May 26, 2011, President Barack Obama signed a four-year extension of three key provisions in the USA PATRIOT Act: [2] roving wiretaps, searches of business records (the "library records provision"), and conducting surveillance of "lone wolves" — individuals suspected of terrorist-related activities not linked to terrorist groups.[3]

 May 17, 2013

Texas Fusion Center Threatened by Budget Vote, Could be First to Close May 17, 2013 08:04:33 am

In a surprising move, Texas House and Senate budget negotiators agreed to wipe out funding for the Department of Public Safety’s fusion center, part of a nationwide intelligence gathering initiative that has generated controversy, reports the Austin American-Statesman. If the House and Senate affirm the change, it could make Texas the first state to pull the rug from under one of the statewide fusion operations that began under a Department of Homeland Security offensive that has been criticized for wasting taxpayers’ money. “It’s shocking to me,” said Ron Brooks, a former director of the San Francisco fusion center, now with a Washington D.C., consulting and lobbying group specializing in criminal intelligence issues. 

Despite their terrorism-focused origins, Brooks said the more than 70 fusion centers across the U.S. have evolved into “all-crime centers” to coordinate information sharing among local, state and federal agencies. Such information sharing provides “smart policing” of everything from street gangs to homicide investigations, Brooks said. He knows of no other state that has eliminated funds for a statewide center. A factor in the decision, was a report by a U.S. Senate investigative subcommittee that lambasted the fusion centers for “irrelevant, useless or inappropriate” intelligence gathering and wasteful spending on private contractors, while doing little to keep the country safer.

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