Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Lies, Bigger Lies and Granddaddy Drug Dealers

"Some folks are born to wave the flag,
Ooh, they're red, white and blue.
And when the band plays 'Hail to the Chief',
Ooh they point the cannon at you, Lord,

It ain't me, it ain't me, I ain't no Senator's son, son.
It ain't me, it ain't, me; I ain't no fortunate one, no..."

"Fortunate Son", Creedance Clearwater Revival

Information received from an anonymous source, a little further down in the post, dovetails with observations on the increasing numbers of lies told to the people, and why we're lied to - whether it's outright, or by misinformation, disinformation, deflecting, omission, etc. Media Monarchy's James Evan Pilato, and James Corbett of The Corbett Report have a saying, "Don't hate the media, become the media." And something both encourage all of us to do, anyone of us - be an impetus for change by simply telling.

For years, the local print media and mainstream media cornered the information market; and that's way too much power in very few hands even on local levels. Some readers and watchers absorb it, and lies become the gospel entrenched in their minds (i.e. "global warming" fabricated by a crisis think tank in 1968; "Club of Rome and the Origins of Global Warming" Jan. 26, 2015). And that's exactly the way those few in control operate; but their lies go deep, permeating every level. Too many people are negatively impacted in various ways, and too many also die as a result of those lies.

An apt description by Mr. Poppycock (The Other Side of Brunswick blogspot) for the local Times Record is "the Ostrich". And some of us appreciate his observations, sense of humor, and self-described "bloviating", because the Ostrich lacks a close association with the truth. People aren't told the emperor really isn't wearing any clothes among many other things. Mr. Poppycock and others like him, who're not afraid to tell, have been an inspiration.

This writer particularly recalls Mr. Poppycock's post about how we all have to eat, but some are obviously eating more than their fair share. And one example concerning motivations was about a former town councilor's consumption of a forgivable quarter million dollar business loan by Brunswick Development Corporation (BDC, formerly BEDC), accompanied by a similar image seen here:
Yes, Everybody Eats goes hand in hand with Everybody Sleeps. A lot of malarkey goes on while we've been asleep.
That said, it wasn't surprising to hear from an anonymous source about a follow-up on a former long-time Ostrich reporter's article (now Bangor Daily News Staff reporter) regarding Gary Brown. From the article, "Former Brunswick town manager dismissed in February, hired in North Carolina", Nov. 5, 2014:  

"Brunswick’s former town manager, Gary Brown, who in February was dismissed by the Brunswick Town Council, has been hired as administrator for the town of St. James, in Brunswick County, North Carolina."

The source says Mr. Brown was hired as town clerk, and discovered this when recently perusing the website for St. James:

"Town Hall Staff:
4140 A Southport-Supply Road, St. James NC  28461
Phone: (910) 253-4730    Fax:  (910) 253-4732
E-mail:  tosj@atmc.net
Gary Brown, Town Administrator/Clerk, email: tosjadmin@atmc.net
Judy Hughes, Deputy Clerk/Assistant Zoning Administrator, email: jhughes@atmc.net
Sylvia Butterworth, Finance/Tax Collector
Barry Duncan, Finance Assistant, email: bduncan@atmc.net"

Why wouldn't the reporter just write it...or perhaps she missed the information due to lack of investigation ("St. James Town Council picks new clerk")? It's semantic dialectic, again, because the source, along with many of us, tends to think the title "administrator" akin to manager instead of town clerk. Likely, the word choice was all the more noticeable because it follows numerous vague reports and purposeful omissions in/by the newspapers concerning the former Mr. Manager's actions throughout his years in both the municipalities of Topsham and Brunswick. The town council also hides information from the public behind closed doors in executive sessions. There's a lot of information the government, on all levels, doesn't want us to know.

Then the Ostrich, and The Forecaster (not sure why it sometimes shows up as "The Donkey Forecaster" in searches), along with many local-level newspapers continue publishing the "police beat", "police blotter", etc. (other newspapers will not print names, but the police log is public information and if one feels compelled to find out the names they're legally entitled to do so).

The problems with the Ostrich, The Forecaster and other newspapers' choices are many: one is the person's innocent until proven guilty; another, it's fact that some police departments willfully redact certain identities in an attempt to keep those arrests a secret (a reporter has stated she didn't actually see the police logs but was told verbally, by phone calls, about the information from the documents); and perhaps the greatest concern, it's also fact that, across the nation, too many police officers have been falsifying police reports, logs, and other official documents with impunity.

Recently, at least one young man was negatively affected by the police beat publication. When reading his comment following one of The Forecaster's police beat, the commentor was obviously upset, and said his name was showing up, yet again, for a previously published but subsequently dismissed charge (see StinkyJournalism "Innocent of a crime but convicted on the web" and additional links within).

Not to say all court processes, and namely prosecutors' actions, are without corruption. Sometimes even the end results of the judicial system are illegal and unethical on either side of the issue - non-convictions or convictions (see The Innocence Project; Causes of Wrongful Convictions). But publishing without waiting for judicial process finalization contributes to an erroneous notion that 100% of police officers are "good" cops who are 100% correct and ethical in all their actions. Publication, therefore, also provides erroneous justification of taxpayers' expenditures for services not necessarily well-done, ethical, nor accomplished under the laws which include individuals' rights (see Police, prosecutorial and judicial misconduct, and "Police State: To Serve and Protect, Feb. 11, 2015). Some newspapers' editors say instead of investigating all end results of charges to publish, they'll wait for the police department to notify them of any changes (i.e., dismissals, LEO misconduct, etc.). Wonder how often that happens?

It appears there are numerous reasons why some LEO falsify documents and reports, as evidenced by "Police State: To Serve and Protect". And, as a good friend reiterates, "follow the money". Falsification of documents may lead to monetary benefits such as: preferential job details, overtime pay, "justifying" employment, and maintaining numbers of LEOs for the department, etc. For example, in the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) whistleblowers within the department had complained for months about collusion of some police officers (various ranks, shifts, and supervisors) in records falsifications reporting "ghost car" patrols - patrols which never occurred.

Additionally, falsifying reports by coding was common, and 1,200 violent crimes were purposefully coded as minor offenses. It appears these lying practices are happening in order for some LEOs to not only "justify" their jobs, but also give false appearances that violent crimes in their districts were decreasing. Hate Crimes, rapes, and any number of crimes against people and property would easily appear low or nonexistent in certain municipalities based on willful falsifications in reporting, coding, and purposeful omissions. The FBI maintains a Uniform Crime Report (UCR) which also becomes meaningless in light of falsifications and willful omissions, not to mention reporting to the UCR isn't even mandatory.

New Hampshire has attempted to address the issues of lying LEOs, first through the "Laurie List" which is a state policy whereby names of LEOs who've been accused of such actions as lying under oath, filing false reports, planting evidence, theft, fraud, etc. are kept by the attorney general and available to defense council in any criminal case. The Laurie List resulted from a 1993 case being overturned by the State's Supreme Court because state prosecutors failed to disclose evidence about a police officer who testified at the trial. But the list is secretive and LEOs' names are not available to the public.

According to an article (Oct. 6, 2012) there were over 60 LEOs employed in New Hampshire with serious credibility issues as evidenced by the Laurie List. And in the same article, Lincoln Soldati, a Portsmouth defense attorney and former Strafford County Attorney, "...remembers one police department years ago that deliberately kept two sets of personnel files to avoid Laurie disclosures." Nashua defense attorney, Roger Chadwick said, "If a police officer has a credibility issue, they need to find another line of work. They shouldn't be a police officer. Who are they protecting?"

Rep. Frank Sapareto - R-Derry, said he's in favor of honest police officers and honest legislators, and sponsored New Hampshire House Bill, HB 1204 in an attempt to also prohibit any police officer committing perjury and/or falsifications in official documents from serving in law enforcement employment for at least five years. HB 1204 was sent to an interim study which is tantamount to a death knell.

Rep. Robert Rowe, R-Amherst and a retired judge said, "If you are on that list (because of no or diminished credibility)...you are worthless to the police department who cannot use (you) in any trial." Rep. Steve Vaillancourt, R-Manchester, said, "The only people affected by the bill would be those who commit perjury and endanger the lives and well-being of innocent people...By failing to pass this bill, we send a message that we are condoning something we should never condone - lying under oath and getting away with it."

HB 1204, indeed, became "dead" October 30, 2014 and is not recommended for future legislation because it was deemed to potentially cause an increase in the state's expenditures for FY 2015 and beyond.

More Cops Caught Lying:
 And the lies continue:


Rep. Robert Rowe, R-Amherst, a retired judge, said opposing counsel has to be told of any law enforcement office with no or diminished credibility.

“If you are on that list,” Rowe said, “you are worthless to the police department who can not use (you) in any trial.” - See more at: http://www.newhampshire.com/article/20140220/NEWS06/140229957/0/NEWS0602#sthash.CvHMJIEs.dpuf

Higher up on the pyramid, albeit not on top, are too many Pinocchios... But, yet, they're still there. None carry the badge, but they have many other ways to cause destruction and mayhem while on the U.S. taxpayers' dollar. Human lives seem to matter very little to these people. George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, et al. - it doesn't matter, Democrat, Republican, Independent, etc. are all playing the same games.

Sibel Edmonds, Former FBI agent, Whistleblower:

It's impossible now, for this writer, to read the local newspapers about the big lie called the "war on drugs", and concerns about heroin use increasing in Maine without also thinking about the Granddaddy Drug Dealers making it possible - NATO, the U.S.A. et al.

Some of the recent local news regarding heroin:
Taking a critical look at any of the wars, including the elusive, unseen "war on terrorism" it's all about gaining resources [oil, minerals, gas, uranium, diamonds, human (trafficking), drugs, etc.]. Resources for money and power gains benefit the small group at the top of the pyramid and are achieved through purposefully created conflicts, and "never letting a crisis go to waste" (Naomi Klein's The Shock Doctrine, The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, and Smedley Butler's War is a Racket). And who would've thought the U.S.A. is part of a global drug ring and one of the biggest drug dealers?

Sibel Edmonds is a Turkish-American formerly hired by the FBI as a translator (Sept. 20, 2001). Having lived in Iran and Turkey, Edmonds is fluent in Turkish, Persian, Azerbaijani, and English. It didn't take long for Edmonds to discover fraud, corruption, and Turkish Intelligence spies working for FBI agent Jan Dickerson (who has quit the FBI and lives in Belgium), inside the U.S. State Department and the Pentagon to obtain U.S. military and intelligence secrets. Sibel Edmonds was fired after blowing the whistle.

Senator Charles Grassley (member of the Judiciary Committee which has direct oversight of the FBI) said that Ms. Edmonds is credible and others have corroborated what she says, and he sees "The usual pattern...Let me tell you, first of all, the embarrassing information comes out, the FBI reaction is to sweep it under the rug, and then eventually they shoot the messenger." (CBS news, "Lost in Translation"). Further, retired Chief of the FBI's Internal Affairs Department, special agent John Roberts isn't permitted to speak about the Sibel Edmonds case (the FBI also retroactively classified information given to Congress about Sibel Edmond's case) and is "...outraged how little is ever done about investigating misconduct by FBI employees."

Sibel Edmonds discovered much more information than the aforementioned, and she speaks publicly through books, interviews on The Corbett Report, and her own site Boiling Frogs Post, and founded the National Security Whistleblowers Coalition (NSWBC) August 2004. In a four-part series found at The Corbett Report and available on YouTube, Edmonds explains the extremely convoluted and global evolution of Operation "Gladio B". The summaries below provide a brief outline of Edmonds' interviews (because the information is vast), but reveals the depth and diabolical actions by those involved as a part of our U.S. government:

Part 1: An Intro to Gladio B:

Sibel Edmonds discusses with James Corbett the global field of ops (in the area encompassing Central Asia, Caucuses, Balkans - former Soviet block) for smuggling heroin, weapons, committing mass murders, false flag terrorist activities internationally. Turkey is an important player primarily because of its geographical location. But the U.S. is the base of operations (Chicago), and main arteries are the UK, Belgium, and Turkey, (NATO).

Two prime groups before the fall of the U.S.S.R. were (1) Western and Northern Europe, Eastern Block Nations, and (2) Former Turkish military intelligence forces and Turkey's paramilitary groups. Babas (godfathers) in Turkey were jailed; they had experience in blackmailing and heroin smuggling, etc. The Babas were released from jail, allowed to serve the Turkish state, and received training from U.S. and NATO forces, then were given diplomatic passports to continue heroin and weapons smuggling, mass murders, false flag attacks for NATO and the U.S. (and made copious amounts of money).

Abdullah Catli ("Chat-ly"), one of these Babas, was responsible for tens of thousands of murders by methods including bombings, and beheadings. Catli was on Interpol's 10 most wanted list; however, when arrested and jailed in Switzerland he made an amazing escape, by NATO-owned helicopter, and appeared in London. In 1989 Catli, still on Interpol's list, was granted UK citizenship, and around 1990-91 Catli went to Chicago and was given a U.S. Green Card and settled in Chicago. Based in Chicago, Catli traveled, using 4-5 diplomatic passports, to areas in Central Asia, Europe, the Caucuses, and Xinjiang, China and continued orchestrating false flag terror attacks, heroin smuggling, etc.

Operation Gladio B was taking root as NATO, and the U.S., began plans to use Islamic factions (aka Mujahideen, Al Qaeda) to get more former Soviet blocks on the U.S. side. Russia had lost its predominant share of the heroin and weapons smuggling operations in the 1990s. The Sursuluk, Turkey scandal (1996) occurred because Catli, the Chief of Police of Turkey, and other top political figures traveling together, died in a car crash. Local police forces and investigative reporters arrived onto the scene to discover one of Interpol's 10 most wanted international criminals dead along with high-ranking Turkish government officials.

Major Douglas Dickerson (husband of Jan Dickerson, former FBI agent mentioned above) was removed from Ankara,Turkey along with U.S. ambassador to Turkey, Marc Grossman, following the Sursuluk scandal. Dickerson had been working under Operation Gladio in directing paramilitary forces for NATO operations. Dickerson was sent to Germany, then Brussels, Belgium.

Part 2: Gladio B - Protecting Terrorists and Stifling Investigations

Sibel Edmonds discusses how Bin Laden's son-in-law and other top Al Qaeda "terrorists" end up being protected by the Turkish government; several have gone to Iran. Edmonds also talks about how some operatives are captured and sent to various places (Guantanamo, Italy, etc.) to be tortured.

Information is revealed how other FBI whistleblowers, Robert Wright, and John Vincent (retired) from the Chicago field office had come forward to reveal findings from their investigations but were not allowed into the 911 Commission's report. Further, both agents were involved in tracking Turkish terrorists, narcotics, criminal, and espionage entities who are not arrested in the U.S. because they have diplomatic immunity. Edmonds says the lower level drug-dealing homies and Joes get arrested and jailed, but the big-time drug dealers continue their activities unimpeded. Turkish-Albanian networks route heroin into Europe; from Turkey heroin is smuggled into the Balkans, to Brussels, Egypt, and then into the U.S. ("a huge market for heroin").

Edmonds warns that mainstream media is not focusing on the aforementioned; and she believes that too many in the U.S. frame their minds dichotomously, seeing things only in black and white. And the other part of the problem is not wanting to understand what doesn't fit in their paradigm; "a wall goes up". Additionally, there's a lack of critical-thinking coupled by disbelief these things are happening; and they don't want to hear it.

Warnings are made for the public to pay attention to some of the current areas of focus for the U.S. and NATO, and highly probable future crisis arenas for further false flag attacks, etc. in places including Baluchistan and the Xinjiang province of China. She also warns that typical psychological tactics to gain public support and hiding real motives include focusing on religion, and purposeful or manufactured humanitarian crisis issues. The goal remains the same - to gain resources.

Part 3: From Nationalist Terror to Islamic Terror:

Turkey is referred to as a butler nation to the U.S.; but it's well-paid by the U.S. taxpayers, and it "negotiates" as a player. High-level U.S. State Department and Pentagon officials, and the Turkish government, including Turkish government officials in the U.S. were discussing plans for attacking Iraq. The U.S. and UK had already decided and prepared to attack Iraq before 9/11. Some of the officials mentioned by Edmonds include: Brent Scowcroft, Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz. Turkey's backing was needed for the attack, specifically Incirlik Base, but Turkey refused because it wanted Kirkuk (in northern Iraq that used to belong to the Turkish Empire and is oil-rich); but the U.S. said no because it was deemed too much of a big "mess".

Israel played both sides; providing Turkey with military equipment, and training and working with high-level Kurdish commandos in the region because it wanted a small base in order to spy on Iran. After withdrawing from Iraq, the U.S. gave Turkey the green light to begin aerial bombing of the Kurds.

Original Plan A Gladio participants (Grey Wolves) were causing issues for the U.S. because they weren't in-line with Gladio B plan; therefore, the U.S. wanted the Turkish generals arrested and jailed. These former ultranationalist/fascists previously working against Russia as the enemy then asked Russia for political asylum saying they would be jailed, tortured and assassinated. In return for political asylum, Russia was given information on how Chechen informants were trained by NATO, and the U.S., and the Turkish generals then began working with Russian FSB assassins (former KGB).

Huseyin Baybasin, aka "Escobar of Europe" (Kurdish Turk) is a drug lord worth billions who used to live in the UK, and was arrested in 1999 and put into a prison in the Netherlands (his clan/family continues the drug business for Baybasin after his arrest). Baybasin told Edmonds the heroin he handled went all over Europe and to the U.S. with explicit consent of Turkish government, Turkish military planes, Turkish embassies, and Turkish consulates all over Europe and the U.S. 

Part 4: Running Drugs and Laundering Money:

Yasar Oz is a heroin godfather who operated below Abdullah Catli's level. Oz managed multi-billions of dollars worth of heroin sourced from Afghanistan prior to 9/11; a lot of the heroin was coming into the U.S. via Brussels.

Oz was arrested in a joint DEA/FBI bust; he'd had several kilograms of pure heroin in his possession. But within the same day of capture, Oz "escaped", went to JFK airport and boarded a first class Turkish airliner and arrived in Turkey that evening. The U.S. State Department had Oz released because of his diplomatic immunity even though Oz wasn't connected with the Turkish embassy. Oz, however, in addition to carrying 4 passports, had NATO ID.

Yasar Oz owns casinos in the Turkish portion of Cyprus and is involved in the First Merchant Bank (main bank used by NATO, CIA, mafia people for money laundering).

The mujahideens fighting Russia in the 1980s, and loved by the U.S. for fighting communism, were the same Talibans later villified by the U.S. as Al Qaeda. But even after the Soviets left Afghanistan they maintained connections with the heroin resources through the Russian mafia.

Afghanistan poppies in raw form are shipped to Turkish labs to produce pure heroin. Heroin comes to the U.S. into Andrews Air Force base; planes loaded with heroin fly in from the Netherlands or Brussels. Alfred McCoy (The Politics of Heroin) provides statistics and graphs showing the correlation between our military, NATO, and CIA being highly active in places of drug production referred to as The Golden Triangle, and The Golden Crescent and includes Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Afghanistan. Post 9/11 Russia's heroin market share decreased dramatically, as the U.S.'s share increased.

Cyprus is the top center for money laundering, and financial transactions surrounding activities of both heroin and weapons smuggling aspects. Two other important branches are in Dubai and the Cayman Islands (the Cayman Islands being the intermediary station to the U.S.).  

"They call this war a cloud over the land. But they made the weather and then they stand in the rain and say, 'Shit, it's raining!'" 

Charles Frazier, Cold Mountain

Rep. Robert Rowe, R-Amherst, a retired judge, said opposing counsel has to be told of any law enforcement office with no or diminished credibility.

“If you are on that list,” Rowe said, “you are worthless to the police department who can not use (you) in any trial.” - See more at: http://www.newhampshire.com/article/20140220/NEWS06/140229957/0/NEWS0602#sthash.t651JJ9l.dpu
Rep. Robert Rowe, R-Amherst, a retired judge, said opposing counsel has to be told of any law enforcement office with no or diminished credibility.

“If you are on that list,” Rowe said, “you are worthless to the police department who can not use (you) in any trial.” - See more at: http://www.newhampshire.com/article/20140220/NEWS06/140229957/0/NEWS0602#sthash.t651JJ9l.dpu
Rep. Robert Rowe, R-Amherst, a retired judge, said opposing counsel has to be told of any law enforcement office with no or diminished credibility.

“If you are on that list,” Rowe said, “you are worthless to the police department who can not use (you) in any trial.” - See more at: http://www.newhampshire.com/article/20140220/NEWS06/140229957/0/NEWS0602#sthash.t651JJ9l.dpuf

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