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Hookergate - Palfreys murder IS NOT OVER YET!!!

Post#1 » Tue May 27, 2008 12:44 am

Palfrey - Two assassinations of individuals who posed threat to Israelis and mob - Wayne Madsen Repo
http://www.waynemadsenreport.com/articles/20080504_1


May 5, 2008 -- Two assassinations of individuals who posed threat to Israelis and mob

publication date: May 4, 2008

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May 5, 2008 -- Two assassinations of individuals who posed threat to Israelis and mob
There is a cancer that is growing within America. The Bush-Cheney administration has allowed to flourish in the United States a ruthless and brutal organized crime syndicate that has its roots in Russia and Israel and festers in its criminal dens in Brighton Beach, New York; Miami; London; Houston; and other cities.
WMR has previously reported the shooting death of retired CIA agent and later CIA contractor Roland Carnaby by Houston police on April 29 was the result of a high-stakes turf war between Israeli intelligence agents livid over the CIA's and FBI's renewed take down of an old Israeli intelligence network operating deep within the bowels of the U.S. government and the CIA and FBI, which have joined forces to rout out Israeli intelligence moles.
Two weeks ago, 84-year old Ben-Ami Kadish, an accused longtime spy for the Israelis at the US Army Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey, was arrested. FBI agents are trying to get Kadish to spill the beans on high-level Israeli spies inside the government. Israel's Mossad and its allied assets inside the Russian-Israeli Mafia, have retaliated with a vengeance, according to WMR's U.S. intelligence sources.
On April 15, as FBI agents surveilled Kadish at his New Jersey home and the National Security Agency (NSA) had a full digital intercept on Kadish's email and phone communications with his intelligence controller in Israel, another group had its eye on an Austin, Texas school teacher named Riad Hamad. Hamad was a significant donor to the Palestine Children's Welfare Fund. The FBI had Hamad under investigation for "supporting terrorism," a favorite canard used against Americans who support the Palestinian cause. Hamad had been a target of the neocons for years but they could never pin anything on him.
On April 16, Hamad's body was found in Lady Bird Lake in Austin. His eyes had duct tape over them and his hands and feet were bound. The police ruled it a suicide. However, Hamad would be the first victim in an Israeli hit on individuals who helped U.S. back channels to the Palestinians and other groups targeted by Israel and the neo-con cell operating deep within the Bush administration, the Israeli-influenced cell that the FBI, in its arrest of Kadish, wanted to flush out.
Hamad once had a significant colleague in Austin, a University of Texas PhD student named Salam Fayyad. Fayyad is now the Prime Minister of Palestine and governs with the support of both Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah and Hamas. Recently, the US Consul General in Jerusalem handed over $150 million to Fayyad's Palestinian government. Fayyad and Hamad represent a threat to the Israeli hardliners and their allies in the Bush administration who do not want a real peace agreement with the Palestinians and, above all, do not want to see any dialogue with Hamas.
Enter Roland Vincent Carnaby, known as "Tony" to his Houston and Langley colleagues, a retired CIA counter-terrorism and financial intelligence expert, who was operating a CIA private intelligence contractor in Houston, was involved in homeland security measures for the port of Houston and the Houston airports, was the head of the Houston chapter of the Association for Intelligence Officers (AFIO), but above all, was contracted by the CIA for operating a financial intelligence group consisting of some 40 people in Rome that was tracking Russian-Israeli Mafia money flows, particularly with regard to off-shore Panamanian corporations. WMR has been told by a knowledgeable source that Carnaby had successfully penetrated a major Israeli financial ring that was tied to various Israeli intelligence operations in the United States. Carnaby, a Lebanese-American, also had extensive contacts in the Middle East, including Lebanon and its major political force that is anathema to the Bush neo-cons and their Israeli puppet masters, Hezbollah.
But it was Carnaby's role in identifying Israeli intelligence financing that apparently made him public enemy number one for the Israelis. WMR has been told by a knowledgeable source that Carnaby possessed detailed information about former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay's relationship with convicted GOP lobbyist Jack Abramoff, information that connected DeLay and other top Republicans to pay-offs from organizations and individuals linked to the Russian-Israeli Mafia and Israeli intelligence. Specifically, the pay-offs came to the U.S. Family Network, set up by DeLay's former Chief of Staff Ed Buckham, from Russian oil and gas interests connected to top Russian-Israeli Mafia tycoons living under the protection of the British and Israeli governments.
Buckham headed the Alexander Strategy Group, a GOP lobbying firm that represented Group W Advisors, Inc., a defense contractor owned by Brent Wilkes. Alexander also represented Eli Lilly, once headed by former Assistant Secretary of State Randall Tobias, named as one of the clients of the Pamela Martin & Associates escort firm of the late Deborah Jeane Palfrey.
Wilkes was convicted on November 5, 2007, on 13 counts of conspiracy, bribery, money laundering, and wire fraud in the Randy "Duke" Cunningham scandal. It was Wilkes who helped arranged with former CIA Executive Director Kyle "Dusty" Foggo "poker parties" at the Watergate and Westin Grand Hotels attended by CIA director Porter Goss. WMR has previously reported that Washington area escorts were transported to these parties by Shirlington Limousine. WMR also learned from the late Deborah Jeane Palfrey that Wilkes phoned her from his Poway, San Diego headquarters on a number of occasions to organize escorts for these parties. Palfrey said he only used the name "Brent" when he called.
Abramoff had also been under an investigation by the US Attorney for Maryland is using Palfrey's escorts. On October 27, 2007, WMR reported: "Shirlington Limousine and Abramoff have been linked to the investigation by fired US Attorney for Maryland Thomas DiBiagio of the use of prostitutes by the office of then-Maryland Republican Governor Bob Ehrlich, Jr. DiBiagio, based in Baltimore, was fired after his investigation leap-frogged well beyond the business of the Pamela Martin & Associates escort service and into the activities of Ehrlich and his staff."

WMR has learned from knowledgeable sources that Carnaby also had information on Abramoff's Sun Cruz casino boat operation in Florida, a case that involved a mob hit on Sun Cruz's former owner Gus Boulis, and the events of 9/11. Abramoff reportedly entertained at least two the 9/11 hijackers, including Mohammed Atta, on a Madeira Beach, Florida casino boat days before the 9/11 attack. This editor recalls Palfrey stating over dinner that she had information from some of her escorts that involved pre-intelligence on the 9/11 attack. The intersection of Abramoff and his Russian-Israeli mob gang to knowledge possessed by Carnaby and Palfrey suggest that their deaths may have been as brazen as hits as the gunning down of Boulis on a Fort Launderdale street by hit men. That assassination was blamed on Abramoff and his associates.
On April 29, Carnaby was shot to death by Houston police in the middle of the morning near the Galleria, Carnaby's office, and the home of former President George and First Lady Barbara Bush. There is evidence that Israeli intelligence agents inside the Houston Police Department issued the order to shoot Carnaby. Houston homicide Captain Steve Jett tipped his hand in an interview with the Houston Chronicle when he said one of Carnaby's arresting officers was told to arrest Carnaby on "something" because he could not be arrested for speeding. Carnaby's lawyer Kenneth Brooten said it was possible that Carnaby thought he was being set up by the police and that is why he took evasive action. Many of Carnaby's intelligence associates are calling his killing an "assassination."
There is also a concerted effort to discredit Carnaby. This has ranged from the CIA denying that Carnaby was ever their employee to websites connected to the Israeli propaganda machine suggesting that Carnaby committed suicide by provoking the police into shooting him. The same discrediting campaign was launched against Hamad, the Austin school teacher.

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The WHO/WHY behind Palfrey Murder NOT suicide

Post#2 » Tue May 27, 2008 12:44 am

The WHO/WHY behind Palfrey:

CIFA: This is the agency that took out DC Madam Palfrey, CIA Dusty Foggo, Duke Cunningham, Mitchell Wade, Brent Wilkes, Thomas Kontogiannis, etc... They have all been given the same 8 yr. prison sentence. In the bible 8 is the number of 'completion'.

A Dec. 2005 article on CIFA: http://fbicorruption.250free.com/articl ... olice.html
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April 02, 2008


Three Claps for Clapper: CIFA in the Crosshairs


Longstanding rumors about the imminent demise of the Pentagon's Counterintelligence Field Activity's (CIFA) seems to be finally proving themselves to be true. The New York Times reports today that the Department of Defense Deputy Director for Intelligence, Gen. James Clapper, has recommended dismantling CIFA. CIFA was involved in controversial domestic spying programs.
CIFA's had a key role in the Duke Cunningham scandal and the prominent role intelligence contractors play at CIFA.
The NYT neglected to mention that CIFA is the government's most heavily outsourced intelligence agency. Over 30 corporations provide 90% of CIFA's staff--that's a blue green ratio of 1:9. CIFA's prime contractors are the usual suspects such as SAIC.
The DoD Inspector General has found inconsistencies between CIFA's procurement practices and procurement regulations that have resulted in overpayment for office space. CIFA was involved in further "inconsistencies" between procurement law and its multimillion dollar contracts with MZM, a benefactor of former Congressman Duke Cunningham.
The center piece of CIFA's domestic intelligence programs was the TALON database which logged unconfirmed reports of "suspicious" incidents within the US. These suspicious incidents have included various protests by peace groups, including Quakers. The Pentagon announced in August 2007 that it was shuttering the TALON program, effective the following month. Without the TALON data to sift through, it's unclear what CIFA contractors have been doing in the interim.
One possibility is noted by the NYT is mentioned in documents obtained by the ACLU:

Newly declassified documents released on Tuesday shed more light on another activity coordinated by the Pentagon’s counterintelligence office, issuing letters to banks and credit agencies to obtain financial records in terrorism and espionage investigations.
Despite its rather verbose mission statement, CIFA's purpose has been nebulous since its creation by former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.
Many consider CIFA to be the largest boondoggle in the Intelligence Community.

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Secretive Agency's Growth From Focus on Policy to Counterter

Post#3 » Tue May 27, 2008 12:48 am

Secretive Agency's Growth From Focus on Policy to Counterterrorism
http://fbicorruption.250free.com/articl ... olice.html
By Walter PincusPentagon's Intelligence Authority Widens
Fact Sheet Details
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, December 19, 2005; A10

The Pentagon's newest counterterrorism agency, charged with protecting military facilities and personnel wherever they are, is carrying out intelligence collection, analysis and operations within the United States and abroad, according to a Pentagon fact sheet on the Counterintelligence Field Activity, or CIFA, provided to The Washington Post.

CIFA is a three-year-old agency whose size and budget remain secret. It has grown from an agency that coordinated policy and oversaw the counterintelligence activities of units within the military services and Pentagon agencies to an analytic and operational organization with nine directorates and ever-widening authority.

Its Directorate of Field Activities (DX) "assists in preserving the most critical defense assets, disrupting adversaries and helping control the intelligence domain," the fact sheet said. Those roles can range from running roving patrols around military bases and facilities to surveillance of potentially threatening people or organizations inside the United States. The DX also provides "on-site, real time . . . support in hostile areas worldwide to protect both U.S. and host nation personnel from a variety of threats," the fact sheet said.

This is just one illustration of the growth of Pentagon activities in the United States and abroad as part of the terrorism fight. Last week, news accounts revealed that President Bush authorized secret eavesdropping on Americans with suspected ties to terrorist groups.

Another CIFA directorate, the Counterintelligence and Law Enforcement Center, "identifies and assesses threats" to Defense personnel, operations and infrastructure from "insider threats, foreign intelligence services, terrorists, and other clandestine or covert entities," according to the Pentagon.

CIFA manages the Pentagon database that includes Talon reports, consisting of raw, unverified information picked up by the military services on suspicious activities that could involve terrorist threats. The Pentagon acknowledged last week that the Talon database contained reports on peaceful civilian protests and demonstrations that should have been purged long ago under Defense Department regulations.

A third CIFA directorate, Behavioral Sciences, "has 20 psychologists and a multimillion-dollar budget," and supports both "offensive and defensive counterintelligence efforts," according to a government biography of its director, S. Scott Shumate. Shumate was the chief operational psychologist for the CIA's counterterrorism center until 2003. His group has also provided a "team of renowned forensic psychologists [who] are engaged in risk assessments of the Guantanamo Bay detainees," according to his biography.

A Pentagon official said none of Shumate's team members questions detainees as part of helping produce threat reports, though they may relay questions to the interrogators.

A former senior Pentagon intelligence official, familiar with CIFA, said yesterday, "They started with force protection from terrorists, but when you go down that road, you soon are into everything . . . where terrorists get their money, who they see, who they deal with."

He added, noting that there had been no congressional oversight of CIFA, that the Defense Department is "too big, too rich an organization and should not be left unfettered. They rush in where there is a vacuum."

A former senior counterterrorism official, also familiar with CIFA, said, "What you are seeing is the militarization of counterterrorism."

CIFA's authority is still growing. In a new move to centralize all counterterrorism intelligence collection inside the United States, the Defense Department this month gave CIFA authority to task domestic investigations and operations by the counterintelligence units of the military services.

The tasking authority allows CIFA to assign Defense counterintelligence organizations "to execute a specific mission or conduct a function falling within that organization's charter," according to a Dec. 1 memo signed by Robert W. Rogalski, acting deputy undersecretary of Defense for counterintelligence and security, that was provided to The Post.

CIFA's new authority will give the agency the ability to propose missions to Army, Navy and Air Force units, which combined have about 4,000 trained active, reserve and civilian investigators in the United States and abroad. For example, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) has 1,935 "federally credentialed special agents," according to its Web site. The military service agents investigate crime and terrorism.

By comparison, the FBI recently disclosed it has about 11,000 special agents overall, about 4,929 of whom are assigned to terrorism investigation. Of those, the FBI has 103 assigned to its Joint Terrorism Task Force. The Navy Criminal Investigation Service has reported that it has 34 of its operational people assigned to joint terrorism units.

The Air Force OSI special agents work on felony crimes and drug use, but threat detection has increasingly become a focus. "AFOSI manages offensive and defensive activities to detect, counter and destroy the effectiveness of hostile intelligence services and terrorist groups that target the Air Force," according to an official service Web site.

Anti-terrorism teams have been created "to meet the increasing challenges presented by worldwide terrorism," the service said. These groups "provide anti-terrorism, counterterrorism information collections and investigative services to Air Force personnel and units."

Correction to This Article
A Dec. 19 article misstated the name of a Pentagon agency. It is the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, not the Navy Criminal Investigation Service.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... 06_pf.html

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Three Claps for Clapper: CIFA in the Crosshairs

Post#4 » Tue May 27, 2008 12:50 am

April 02, 2008
Three Claps for Clapper: CIFA in the Crosshairs
http://www.thespywhobilledme.com/the_spy_who_billed_me/
Longstanding rumors about the imminent demise of the Pentagon's Counterintelligence Field Activity's (CIFA) seems to be finally proving themselves to be true. The New York Times reports today that the Department of Defense Deputy Director for Intelligence, Gen. James Clapper, has recommended dismantling CIFA. CIFA was involved in controversial domestic spying programs.

CifaCIFA's had a key role in the Duke Cunningham scandal and the prominent role intelligence contractors play at CIFA.

The NYT neglected to mention that CIFA is the government's most heavily outsourced intelligence agency. Over 30 corporations provide 90% of CIFA's staff--that's a blue green ratio of 1:9. CIFA's prime contractors are the usual suspects such as SAIC.

The DoD Inspector General has found inconsistencies between CIFA's procurement practices and procurement regulations that have resulted in overpayment for office space. CIFA was involved in further "inconsistencies" between procurement law and its multimillion dollar contracts with MZM, a benefactor of former Congressman Duke Cunningham.

The center piece of CIFA's domestic intelligence programs was the TALON database which logged unconfirmed reports of "suspicious" incidents within the US. These suspicious incidents have included various protests by peace groups, including Quakers. The Pentagon announced in August 2007 that it was shuttering the TALON program, effective the following month. Without the TALON data to sift through, it's unclear what CIFA contractors have been doing in the interim.

One possibility is noted by the NYT is mentioned in documents obtained by the ACLU:

Newly declassified documents released on Tuesday shed more light on another activity coordinated by the Pentagon’s counterintelligence office, issuing letters to banks and credit agencies to obtain financial records in terrorism and espionage investigations.

Despite its rather verbose mission statement, CIFA's purpose has been nebulous since its creation by former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.

Many consider CIFA to be the largest boondoggle in the Intelligence Community.

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