Sunday, October 29, 2017
I've been writing online since 2010 and fighting corruption for 18 years because of personal circumstance. Tonight a storm is coming a Nemeses, and it brings 'Hard Rain' which is going to bust the dam! It's the weekend but the news coming over the net is overwhelming with nothing but confesion from deep state wrongdoing that's been weighing down on humanity around the world. The first big deluge is an interview with Qatari TV Wednesday, bin Jaber al-Thani revealed that his country alongside Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and the United States, began shipping weapons to jihadists from the very moment events "first started" in 2011. From this, I'm sure we're going to see war crime trials.
Next downpour the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) has won a years-long legal battle against the Internal Revenue Service in which the agency admitted that it wrongfully targeted Tea Party conservatives, during the Obama Administration, specifically because of their political viewpoints.
Continuing with the monsoon President Trump reported the remaining JFK Files are released, long ahead of schedule! was posted on Twitter @ 6: 15 PM EST.
The water is already rising to the emergency spillway with President Trump's executive order on combatting the opioid epidemic. We find the Sackler family through their family-owned drug company called Purdue Pharma created OxyContin. Around the time OxyContin was approved, FDA approved the medication and sales exploded. Sales hit $1.6 billion in 2003, prescription opioid deaths across the United States surged.
In this storm, the illegal drug trade in the U.S.A. is the most profitable business in the world. Heroin is at the top of the list! This what supports the shadow government and the cabal bankers are riding shotgun in laundering that money. What will support these agencies, neocons, and institutions? It won't be the taxpayers that debt is through the roof plus even at this point tax money does not pay all the bills! Many government agencies will fail along with corrupted banks, the ride is getting so bumpy you have to pull over and there is no tow truck to call upon, looks like she's ready for the scrap heap. The reality of this is a list of mortality rates on bankers thus far!
Come Monday the area of the Deep State will need to be evacuated because of the 'Hard Rain'.
Monday, October 23, 2017
Convicted on one count of conspiracy and eight counts of wire fraud and some news media is calling Mark Johnson an ex-trader at HSBC, this guy was the Currency Chief at the bank. HSBC had been hired by Cairn Energy to convert the proceeds of a unit sale from dollars into pounds. The $3.5 billion transaction was manipulated by other traders Johnson assembled through NY and London. The traders manipulated the British Pound by buying hundreds of millions of pounds on Dec 7, 2011, which rallied the price before Cairn Energy (you have to be pissed) transaction causing a Christmas day for HSBC of $7.5 million in profit plus the fee for the transaction. To execute the buy ahead of the trade where Johnson would use the code word "My watch is off" then other traders would confirm the move with code word "Ramp it" and the game began.
We can see now how many executives of financial institutions can afford mega yachts and private aircraft while driving off in a Bugatti. Market manipulation has been going on since the inception of the first brick of this build. To this day you can see the metals being shorted and plunge protection teams coding the phrase "ramp it" to keep the market afloat. Also since inception, the banks have been above any law keeping this all in play by attaching the feed $bag$ to government justice. I'm sure the news of this conviction is shocking the banking institutions in London whose law lies under the BIS (bank of international settlements) higher law than any nation. You can't do this to our boy; we'll have to follow this to see if Johnson goes to jail or just another payday for the DOJ. At any rate what this shows is you as a client the transparency does not exist. There is no law where you have to do business with the cartel banking institutions, one reason why Public Banking and Bitcoin was created and that's to cut out the middleman who has been laundering money in illegal trade and spoofing the market from stem to stern.
A little history of these marvelous institutions, president Jackson and Kennedy were right all along.
Friday, July 14, 2017
Department of Justice Press Release Number: 17-768
Thursday, July 13, 2017
The charges announced today aggressively target schemes billing Medicare, Medicaid, and TRICARE (a health insurance program for members and veterans of the armed forces and their families) for medically unnecessary prescription drugs and compounded medications that often were never even purchased and/or distributed to beneficiaries. The charges also involve individuals contributing to the opioid epidemic, with a particular focus on medical professionals involved in the unlawful distribution of opioids and other prescription narcotics, a particular focus for the Department. According to the CDC, approximately 91 Americans die every day of an opioid related overdose.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Tom Price, M.D., announced today the largest ever health care fraud enforcement action by the Medicare Fraud Strike Force, involving 412 charged defendants across 41 federal districts, including 115 doctors, nurses and other licensed medical professionals, for their alleged participation in health care fraud schemes involving approximately $1.3 billion in false billings. Of those charged, over 120 defendants, including doctors, were charged for their roles in prescribing and distributing opioids and other dangerous narcotics. Thirty state Medicaid Fraud Control Units also participated in today’s arrests. In addition, HHS has initiated suspension actions against 295 providers, including doctors, nurses and pharmacists.
“This week, thanks to the work of dedicated investigators and analysts, we arrested once-trusted doctors, pharmacists and other medical professionals who were corrupted by greed,” said Acting Director McCabe. “The FBI is committed to working with our partners on the front lines of the fight against heath care fraud to stop those who steal from the government and deceive the American public.” The Medicare Fraud Strike Force operations are part of a joint initiative between the Department of Justice and HHS to focus their efforts to prevent and deter fraud and enforce current anti-fraud laws around the country.
The Medicare Fraud Strike Force operates in nine locations nationwide. Since its inception in March 2007, the Medicare Fraud Strike Force has charged over 3500 defendants who collectively have falsely billed the Medicare program for over $12.5 billion.
Friday, May 19, 2017
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Delivers Remarks at DEA360 Heroin and Opioid Response Summit
Charleston, WV ~ Thursday, May 11, 2017
Good morning, everyone. I want to thank my friend and former colleague, Senator Shelley Moore Capito, for the introduction, and for welcoming me to West Virginia.
I’m grateful to our U.S. Attorneys here, Carol Casto and Betsy Jividen, for their hospitality and their leadership. I also want to thank DEA Assistant Administrator Lou Milione and Special Agent in Charge Karl Colder for being here today.
Finally, my thanks to all the law enforcement leaders, healthcare providers, educators and concerned citizens who are here for this important summit.
We’re here to discuss a deadly serious topic, the unprecedented wave of opioid and prescription drug abuse in America.
This crisis is hurting our whole country. It has hit this state especially hard, with West Virginia having the highest rate of overdose deaths in the country.
People in Washington, D.C., use the word "crisis" to describe all kinds of problems. But this epidemic of opioid and prescription drug abuse is a true crisis. It is ravaging our communities, bringing crime and violence to our streets, and destroying the lives of too many Americans.
To combat this wave of drug abuse, we have to recognize how huge this problem is. And we must use all three tools that are essential to fighting drug abuse: law enforcement, treatment and prevention.
That’s what I want to talk about with you today.
Let’s start by looking at the scope of the problem. In 2015, more than 52,000 Americans died from a drug overdose. That means our country is losing the equivalent of a major league baseball stadium full of people every year to overdoses. That is simply unacceptable.
Nearly two-thirds of those deaths were from opioids — that includes heroin as well as prescription drugs such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, codeine and morphine.
Every day, 91 Americans die from an opioid overdose. And each year, more Americans are dying from drug overdoses than from car crashes.
What’s terrifying is that these numbers may well understate the current problem, due to the recent rise of the synthetic opioid fentanyl, which is vastly more potent than heroin. Drug traffickers are now mixing fentanyl with other drugs, resulting in a truly deadly concoction.
In just one year, largely as a result of fentanyl, overdose deaths involving synthetic opioids rose an astonishing 73 percent. Let me repeat that, 73 percent more overdose deaths.
But this plague not only brings death, but a whole parade of horribles. The number of American babies born with a drug withdrawal symptom has quadrupled over the past 15 years. Here in West Virginia, the situation is so bad that in some hospitals, one out of every 10 babies is born dependent on opioids.
These totally innocent infants scream inconsolably and suffer from tremors, vomiting and seizures. Even when the heroic efforts of doctors and nurses successfully shepherd these babies through withdrawal, they remain at risk for developmental and health problems throughout the rest of their lives. We have to do better, and we will.
This wave of opioid and heroin abuse also represents a crisis for law enforcement.
We know drugs and crime go hand-in-hand.
Drug trafficking is an inherently violent business. If you want to collect a drug debt, you can’t, and don’t, file a lawsuit in court. You collect it by the barrel of a gun.
The opioid and heroin epidemic is a contributor to the recent surge of violent crime in America.
Transnational drug cartels are working with street gangs to traffic heroin that is both cheaper and stronger than ever. As the market for this heroin expands, these gangs fight for territory and new customers — and innocent people get caught in the crossfire.
Drug abusers miss work, and when they do work, they don’t work well. According to one estimate, American employers are losing $10 billion dollars a year from absenteeism and lost productivity due to opioid abuse.
Any way you look at it, this drug abuse epidemic is a multi-faced and massive crisis.
It demands an all-hands-on-deck response — from government, law enforcement, health care providers, teachers, community leaders and parents. All of us must do our part to fight the scourge of drugs.
As I mentioned before, we have three essential tools in this fight: enforcement, treatment and prevention. At the Department of Justice, our principal concern is law enforcement. Strong enforcement is crucial to effective drug abuse prevention and treatment.
Many people say, "We can’t arrest our way out of this problem." But no one denies we need good prevention and treatment programs. What we must recognize is that strong law enforcement efforts are also essential.
Criminal enforcement is crucial to stopping the violent transnational cartels that smuggle drugs across our borders, and the thugs and gangs who bring this poison into our communities.
So what are we doing on the enforcement side of the equation?
First, under President Trump’s leadership, our nation is finally getting serious about securing our borders. The Department of Justice is doing its part. I have directed our federal prosecutors to make criminal immigration enforcement a priority, and to appoint a Border Security Coordinator in each of their offices. We are going after the transnational cartels and gangs like Sinaloa and MS-13 that enrich themselves by smuggling their poison and members across our porous southern border.
Second, our federal enforcement agencies, including the Drug Enforcement Administration and the FBI, are doing all they can to address the heroin and opioid crisis.
The DEA has developed what they call their 360 Strategy, and deployed it to six pilot cities, including here in Charleston. One part of the 360 Strategy is coordinated law enforcement actions against drug cartels and traffickers.
DEA’s field divisions work closely with task force partners in federal, state, and local law enforcement to identify, target and prosecute the biggest drug traffickers.
We are also targeting links between the cartels and drug trafficking networks across our country, including violent street gangs.
Another part of DEA’s 360 Strategy is diversion control. A lot of drug abuse happens because legitimate controlled substances are diverted from their lawful purposes.
So DEA is working with drug manufacturers, wholesalers, pharmacies and practitioners to prevent the non-medical abuse of prescription drugs.
We are also targeting and prosecuting dishonest medical providers who violate their oaths by running "pill mills" or otherwise diverting prescription drugs from legitimate uses. The DEA’s Tactical Diversion Squads, including one here in Charleston, do outstanding work on this front.
For example, last month Assistant U.S. Attorneys from this District tried a case against a doctor in Beckley on a 22-count indictment. Just two days into the trial, the doctor pleaded guilty to illegally distributing oxycodone.
|Dr. Michael Kostenko|
The goal of all our enforcement efforts is to take back our neighborhoods from drug traffickers and criminals, and give these communities breathing room.
That allows us to deploy the other tools we have to fight drug abuse: treatment and prevention.
Much good work is being done on this front. Last year when I was in the Senate, I supported the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act. This bill enhanced prevention and treatment programs, and expanded the availability to first responders of the drug naloxone, which can reverse the effects of drug overdoses and save lives.
Many of you here today give generously of your time and talents to support drug treatment efforts. You are providing help and hope to people caught in the destructive trap of addiction, and our whole nation is grateful to you.
Still, while treatment programs are crucial, they address the drug abuse crisis on the back end — after people have gotten addicted, and communities and lives are devastated. That is why prevention is critical.
The best thing we can do is to keep people from ever abusing drugs in the first place.
Our nation must once again send a clear message: illegal drug use is dangerous and deadly. We know for a fact it destroys lives — just look around you.
Education does work. We won’t end this epidemic in a week, or a month, or a year. This will be a huge undertaking, both here in West Virginia and across our great country. We must use all the tools we have: criminal enforcement, treatment and prevention programs.
And if we work together, we can and will win this fight against drug abuse.
Thank you all for being part of this fight, and for everything you do to make this state and our nation a better place.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions
Department of Justice
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
A Social Security disability lawyer pleaded guilty in federal court Friday, March 24, 2017, for his role in a scheme to fraudulently obtain $550 million in federal disability payments from the Social Security Administration (SSA) for thousands of claimants. Eric Christopher Conn, 56, of Pikeville, Kentucky, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Danny C. Reeves of the Eastern District of Kentucky to one count of theft of government money and one count of payment of gratuities. Sentencing is set for July 14, 2017.
According to the plea, from October 2004 to April 6, 2016, Conn participated in a scheme with former SSA administrative law judge David B. Daugherty and multiple doctors that involved the submission of thousands of falsified medical documents to the SSA. As a result of the scheme, Conn and his co-conspirators obligated the SSA to pay more than $550 million in lifetime benefits to claimants for these fraudulent submissions.
According to the plea, Conn is an attorney whose firm in Floyd County, Kentucky, focused for more than 20 years primarily on representing individuals seeking Social Security disability benefits throughout Kentucky and elsewhere. According to documents filed in connection with the guilty plea, Conn admitted that from December 2004 through April 2011, he paid Daugherty approximately $10,000 a month to award disability benefits to claimants for whom Conn submitted falsified medical documents.
As part of his plea, Conn admitted that he submitted the falsified medical documents, and Daugherty authored decisions granting disability benefits, in well over 1,700 claimants’ cases. Conn admitted that he paid medical professionals to sign medical forms that he fabricated before evaluations of claimants took place. According to the plea, Conn routinely prepared and medical professionals, such as clinical psychologist Alfred Bradley Adkins, signed evaluation reports indicating that claimants had limitations considered disabling by the SSA, irrespective of the claimants’ actual physical or mental conditions. Conn admitted that he received more than $5.7 million in representative fees from the SSA based upon these fraudulent claims.
|SSA Judge David B. Daugherty|
Conn was indicted last year, along with Daugherty and Adkins. They were charged with conspiracy, fraud, false statements, money laundering and other related offenses in connection with the scheme.
Press Release from The DOJ
This clip is from April 8, 2016, of the indictment which led to Conn's guilty plea.
Special Agent in Charge Michael McGill of the Social Security Administration-Office of Inspector General’s (SSA-OIG) Philadelphia Field Division;
Special Agent in Charge Amy S. Hess of the FBI’s Louisville, Kentucky, Field Division;
Special Agent in Charge Tracey D. Montaño of the Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigations (IRS-CI) Nashville, Tennessee, Field Office;
Special Agent in Charge Derrick L. Jackson of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-Office of Inspector General (HHS-OIG) Atlanta Regional Office made the announcement.
Great work Team, hope to see more of this fraud, treason and corruption locked up from stem to stern, that's bleeding this country and deteriorating the legitimacy of our moral morale.
Monday, March 27, 2017
Assistant U.S. Attorney Lizabeth Rhodes said, "that corruption in the nation’s largest jail system started from the top and went all the way down.” After two full days of jury deliberations, a unanimous verdict was handed down against Lee Baca on March 15, 2017, finding him guilty on all counts of assisting in the obstruction of a 2011 FBI investigation into LA County jail guards brutally beating inmates, taking bribes and lying to federal agents about it.
Baca said he was "humbled and filled with remorse" for his mistakes as sheriff, saying that law enforcement was his life's work. "I know that I failed. I did not lead," Baca said.
From Rddit: MaxExcelsior 3 years ago "The Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department (LASD) is a quality organization with mostly dedicated and professional cops and non-sworn employees in it. It is, unfortunately, plagued by massive internal political struggles, cronyism, and problems brought about by having a chief executive who has no choice but to play politics if he wants to get elected and keep his job. This produces the worst kind of police executive--one who is a political animal first, a campaign fund-raiser second, a celebrity third, and somewhere farther down the list he is a cop." "The ego and celebrity of the current LA Sheriff, Lee Baca, is literally worn on his sleeve, or more accurately his collar. Most police chief executives wear one to four stars as their rank insignia. (there is no industry standard for this) Baca is the only one I've ever seen who wears five." (end Reddit)
I guess General Lee rode his own horse to the top! Kindly remove the stars from memory Lee and replace them with a single snowflake. What's always sad and a disgrace is obstruction of justice tarnishes the uniform, of men living inside it going against the grain and then it rains. Frickin karma man, tough shit! This type of lawlessness burns the public's faith in government institutions but we've approached a breaking point, next!
Monday, February 13, 2017
|Oroville Dam Spillway, when I was young.|
Today the news is flooded with reports of the failure of the spillway and the emergency overflow which had never been used since she was constructed. Let's look at something for many are pointing a finger of who to blame for this disaster. In retrospect to creation, the Earth was created in 6 days, on the 7th day the creator rested. On the 8th day, he got complainants. On the 9th day, he created maintenance! I created this theory for I've been involved in field service and preventive maintenance is a must. But like anything the customer holds off because of budget restraints.
|Oroville Dam Spillway running with damage.|
In 2006, a senior civil engineer sent a memo to his managers stating, "“The emergency spillway meets FERC’s engineering guidelines for an emergency spillway,” and that “The guidelines specify that during a rare flood event, it is acceptable for the emergency spillway to sustain significant damage." The spillway cracked in 2013. A Senior Civil Engineer with the Department of Water Resources was interviewed by the Sacramento Bee and explained, “It’s common for spillways to develop a void because of the drainage systems under them” and “There were some patches needed and so we made repairs and everything checked out.” In July 2015, the state Division of Safety of Dams inspected the dam visually "from some distance." (end Wikipedia)
|Resent photo taking today 2/13/17 showing erosion damage.|
|Oroville Dam 2014 drought.|
Oroville Dam or do you say Damn!
|Oroville Dam emergency overflow!|
|Major erosion on underline of emergency overflow.|
Main Spillway after Heavy Rains