Video Bar

Loading...

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Right wing nuts run wild with Fox News and CBN reports on dubious Fort Jackson "terror" plot.


Right wing runs wild with Fox News and CBN reports on dubious Fort Jackson "terror" plot...February 19, 2010 2:15 pm ET


Right-wing media seized on Fox News and Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) reports and claimed that in December "five Muslim soldiers" were "arrested for trying to poison the food supply at Fort Jackson," often while fearmongering about a "jihadist" plot against the base or speculating that the delay in reporting on the allegations was due to a "Fort Jackson cover-up." The right wing has made these claims despite the fact that military officials have said "there is currently no credible evidence to substantiate the allegations." Fort Jackson officials said, "[T]here is currently no credible evidence to substantiate the allegations"


Fort Jackson spokesman: "Two months of investigation, there has been no credible evidence to support the allegations." A February 18 press release from the Fort Jackson Public Affairs Office states:  In December 2009, five Soldiers were investigated for potential verbal threats against fellow Soldiers. While the investigation continues there is currently no credible evidence to substantiate the allegations. At no time was there any danger to the Fort Jackson community.


ArmyTimes reported on February 19 that Fort Jackson spokesman Patrick Jones said, "Two months of investigation, there has been no credible evidence to support the allegations."


Army spokesman Garver: "[T]hey have not found any credible information to substantiate the allegations." The Associated Press reported on February 18 that "[t]he Army has been investigating allegations that soldiers' food at its largest basic training base in South Carolina was being poisoned, but no credible information to support the allegations has been found." The article noted that Army spokesman Lt. Col. Christopher Garver said, "I can say that, according to Criminal Investigation Division spokespersons, they have not found any credible information to substantiate the allegations."



Fox News: CID spokesman said "there is no credible evidence to support the allegations." Fox News' Catherine Herridge stated on the February 18 edition of Fox News' Special Report that Criminal Investigation Division spokesman Chris Grey "says there is no credible information to support the allegations, but their work continues." FoxNews.com also reported Grey's statement.


Pentagon spokesman "said he is unaware of any arrests made." The Christian Broadcasting Network reported that five Muslim suspects were "arrested," a claim repeated by Michelle Malkin, Jim Hoft, the New York Post, Atlas Shrugs, Jihad Watch, Fox Nation, and the Drudge Report. However, AP reported that Garver "said he is unaware of any arrests made in the investigation." The Atlantic's Marc Ambinder reported that "the Army says it's not true. No one has been arrested. The National Security Council was not aware of any arrests, a spokesperson said." The ArmyTimes article noted that "[t]he soldiers being investigated are not being detained, Jones said."


Fort Jackson said the investigation was into "potential verbal threats." In its February 18 press release, the Fort Jackson Public Affairs Office stated that the investigation was focused on "potential verbal threats against fellow Soldiers" and that "[a]t no time was there any danger to the Fort Jackson community." A February 19 AP report further noted that "Army spokeswoman Julia Simpkins said Friday no soldiers were ever in danger at the South Carolina base" and "[s]he said the investigation involved potentially threatening comments toward fellow soldiers."


Fox News' subsequent report notes "it doesn't appear there was ever any actual danger to the food supply." In a February 19 report on Fox News' America's Newsroom, correspondent Steve Centanni stated that "it doesn't appear there was ever any actual danger to the food supply at Fort Jackson, but there was talk about such a threat, and that's what the Criminal Investigation Division in the Army is looking into." Centanni further stated, "The fact that the FBI is not actively investigating is a fair indication it's not any kind of extremist plot." However, co-host Martha MacCallum and Centanni did not note that officials have found "no credible evidence to substantiate the allegations."


Stay tuned to this blog for more details.



Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.

Three Miami Fl Men Charged with Illegal Export of Electronics to U.S.-Designated Terrorist Entity Hezbollah front in Paraguay That Aided Terror Leader Assad Ahmad Barakat


2/20/2010, Miami Herlad...Federal agents have arrested three South Florida businessmen accused of exporting video games and other electronic products to a shopping mall in Paraguay that had been run by terrorist Assad Ahmad Barakat, allegedly served as a front to finance the terrorist group Hezbollah, according to federal authorities.


The Miami-Dade businessmen arrested late Thursday, Khaled T. Safadi, Ulises Talavera and Emilio Gonzalez-Neira, appeared in federal court Friday to face charges related to a Treasury Department ban on doing business with the black-listed militia and political organization based in Lebanon.


According to an indictment, the three Miami-Dade businessmen are accused of exporting hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of PlayStation 2 video games and digital cameras to a shopping center called Galeria Page in Paraguay. The U.S. government has designated the mall as a funding arm of Hezbollah.

Hezbollah members operate retail businesses in Galeria Page to support Hezbollah, according to the press release. Muhammad Yusif Abdallah, a manager of Galeria Page, paid a regular quota to Hezbollah based on profits he received from the mall, the statement says. In the Dec. 6, 2006, release, the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control said the mall was part of a South American network that aided Assad Ahmad Barakat, who has been on the U.S. terrorist blacklist since 2004.  ``Assad Ahmad Barakat's network in [South America] is a major financial artery to Hezbollah in Lebanon.''

CNN Source..Argentine and Paraguayan prosecutors have identified Assad Ahmad Barakat, as the regional operative for the Shiite extremist organization Hezbollah. The prosecutors believe Barakat, who is on the run after an international warrant was issued against him last month, is a major player in the 1992 bombing of the Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires and in the 1994 bombing of the Jewish Community Center in the Argentine capital.  Barakat is co-owner of Galeria Page, one of Ciudad del Este's biggest shopping malls, which intelligence sources said they believe he has used as a front for raising funds and recruiting volunteers for Hezbollah.  Barakat is believed to be hiding in Brazil or to have escaped to Lebanon.

Two of his associates, Mazen Ali Saleh and Saleh Mahoud Fayoud, were arrested and charged with falsifying immigration documents and dealing in pirated compact discs. In the raid of their Ciudad del Este apartment, the police found more than 60 hours of videotapes, propaganda for Hezbollah and copies of speeches referring to Al Moqawama -- a Party of God cell active on the Brazilian side of the tri-border.   A brother of Mazem Saleh was arrested in February in the United States for pirating compact discs. He was convicted October 25.  Prosecutor Carlos Calcenas said he believes the pirate CD business is underwriting terrorist activities and that Barakat is just one of dozens of Arab merchants who operate fronts in the tri-border region for terrorism-related activities.


 
Saturday, November 29, 2008, TAMPA CONVENIENCE STORE OWNER SAMER SALEH RE-ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH 7 FELONIES ON 11/12/2008 WHILE SERVING TIME IN COLEMAN FEDERAL PRISON, TRANSIT TO TAMPA NOW BACK TO COLEMAN. Samer Saleh's partner Saad Saad was arrested in 2003 for dealing in stolen property with the possible support of terrorism at Mike's Food Store in Tampa. Hillsborough Sheriff's chief Deputy David Gee said Saad made $4,000 to $5,000 per week in profit from the stolen baby food scam.


The Saad Saad, Samer Saleh and Marlon Mejia Tampa Money Laundering investigation by the US Justice Dept. started in April 2004, with a Federal Grand Jury, the case, 8:06-CR-00400-T-27EAJ was sealed until October 2007, all the while that Saad Saad was on felony probation.



Saad Saad's co-defendants in this money laundering-narcotics case were Samer Saleh and Marlon Mejia. Saad Saad sent $45,000 to England in $500 individual money orders over a 20 day period in Oct 2004. Saad Saad was purchasing the money orders at his SNAX Food Stores at 2113 E. Linebaugh Ave and 934 E. Henderson Ave in Tampa Fl.


The SNAX Foods stores were vital to the money laundering scheme of Saad Saad as he purchased over $100,000 in money orders from at least two of the SNAX Food stores and sent the money orders to an undisclosed location in the UK.



Samer Saleh and Marlon Mejia were in Coleman Federal Prison, Saad Saad does not appear to be in prison. No listing as to where in England the $45,000 was sent, no city listing in Federal complaint. The Saad Saad Federal Indictment had been Sealed since April 2004 and not opened until October 2007, Saad Saad was taken into custody by Federal Marshals on Nov. 1st 2006.


Marlon Mejia was initially arrested on the same day as Saad Saad, Nov. 1st 2006, he is listed as a Federal Inmate as this time by the HCSO jail records. Marlon Mejia was rearrested on Nov. 20th 2006 by US Federal Marshalls.

SAMER SALEH 49033-018 31-White-M Release Date 03-22-2010 ORLANDO CCM


Samer Saleh was initially arrested on June 6th 2007 by US Marshals, then re-arrested on July 7th 2007 and then again on August 11th 2007 when he is listed as a Federal Inmate by the HCSO jail records.



Initial arrest of Samer Saleh on June 6th 2007 and by August 11th 2007 he is already a Federal inmate with no trial ? Samer Saleh was re-arrested while in Coleman Federal Prison on November 12th 2008. The case, 8:06-CR-00400-T-27EAJ, was sealed for 3 years and 6 months, a secret money laundering-narcotics case ? Saad Saad (SNAX Food Stores) investigation by US Justice Department starts April 2004.

"This international ICE led multi-jurisdictional investigation demonstrates ICE's mission to identify, investigate, disrupt and dismantle criminal organizations that support designated terrorist entities and participate in the illicit trade of commodities that support terrorist activities and ultimately threaten the national security of the United States," said Anthony V. Mangione, special agent in charge of the ICE Office of Investigations in Miami.

FBI Special Agent in Charge John V. Gillies, stated, "The tri-border region is an area of concern to the FBI and our law enforcement partners both in the United States and overseas. We will continue our efforts to safeguard our national security and economic interests, including investigations of violations of our export laws that harm the United States."

Harold Woodward Director of Field Operations for Customs and Border Protection stated, "The changing face of terrorists and other criminal groups pose an increased area of concern for CBP and by fostering relationships with other law enforcement and intelligence agencies and foreign governments we improve the total security of global trade and travel. Dismantling these criminal organizations plays a major role in insuring the safety of our homeland."


Samer Mehdi, 37, of Paraguay; Khaled T. Safadi, 56, of Miami, FL; Ulises Talavera, 46, of Miami, FL; Emilio Jacinto Gonzalez-Neira, 43, of Paraguay; Cedar Distributors, Inc. (Cedar), a Miami-based freight forwarding company owned by defendant Safadi; Transamerica Express of Miami, Inc. (Transamerica), a Miami-based freight forwarding company owned by defendant Talavera; and Jumbo Cargo, Inc. (Jumbo), a Miami-based freight forwarding company owned by defendant Gonzalez-Neira, were indicted on charges of conspiracy, 18 U.S.C. § 371, violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA), 50 U.S.C. §§ 1701-1706, and smuggling electronic goods from the United States to Paraguay, 18 U.S.C. § 554.

On Feb. 18, 2010, ICE special agents along with agents and officers of CBP, FBI, DOC, OFAC, and the Secret Service, executed arrest and search warrants as a result of this criminal investigation. Cedar owner Khaled Safadi and Transamerica owner Ulises Talavera were arrested in Doral, FL, Jumbo owner Emilio Gonzalez-Neira was arrested in Sunny Isles, FL, and Jomana Import Export owner Samer Mehdi is still at large. Safadi, Talavera and Gonzalez-Neira had their initial appearances today. Gonzalez-Neira was held in pre-trial detention, and Safadi and Talavera are being held in pre-trial detention pending their bond hearings, which are scheduled for Monday, March 1, 2010, at 10:00 a.m.


According to the allegations in the Indictment, from at least as early as March 2007 through and continuing to at least January 2008, freight-forwarders Talavera, through Transamerica, and Gonzalez-Neira, through Jumbo, exported Sony brand electronics, including Playstation 2 consoles and digital cameras, to defendant Samer Mehdi, owner of Jomana Import Export, an electronics business located within the Galeria Page, a shopping center in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay. Safadi, through Cedar, was a distributor of the electronics to the freight-forwarders.


Since December 6, 2006, the shopping center known as Galeria Page in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay, has been designated as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT) entity by OFAC, pursuant to Executive Order 13224. Consequently, any transaction or dealing by a U.S. person with Galeria Page, including any transaction or dealing with an entity within Galeria Page, is prohibited. The OFAC designation banned trade with Galeria Page and all tenants located therein. At all relevant times to the Indictment, it is alleged that the defendants were aware that shipping to Galeria Page was prohibited.


To implement Executive Order 13224, the U.S. Department of Treasury, through the OFAC, issued regulations that, among other things, prohibited any transactions or dealings in blocked property, or any transactions with an SDGT by a U.S. person in the absence of a specific license granted by OFAC. No such licenses were granted to the defendants here.



FBI Special Agent in Charge John V. Gillies, stated, “The tri-border region is an area of concern to the FBI and our law enforcement partners both in the United States and overseas. We will continue our efforts to safeguard our national security and economic interests, including investigations of violations of our export laws that harm the United States.”  “OFAC will continue to pursue aggressive enforcement actions against domestic and foreign entities that conduct business with terrorist-linked entities through the United States," said OFAC Director Adam J. Szubin.



Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.

Friday, February 19, 2010

UPDATE: Fort Jackson No Arrests No Food Poisoning: The Latest CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck Continues To Post False Story.

"Fort Jackson: The Latest; This morning, I spoke to Army CID spokesman Christopher Gray and learned more details about a possible poisoning plot that I first reported here yesterday after CBN confirmed with Patrick Jones of Fort Jackson's Public Affairs Office and a reliable source with intimate knowledge of the investigation. Here is the latest on what we do know". Which is nothing...................

The BS meter is in overdirve on this one, CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck is an insane idiot for continuing to post such a false internet rumor, what a jackass !

2/19/2010...Army spokesman Lt. Col. Christopher Garver said they have not found any credible information to substantiate the allegations," He said he is unaware of any arrests made in the investigation.

CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck is putting out a complete falsehood,

FRIDAY 2/19/2010...The Army has been looking for two months into allegations an attempt was being made to poison soldiers at Fort Jackson through the food supply, but the largest basic training post in South Carolina says no credible information to support the allegations has been found.


Fort Jackson issued this statement late Thursday night: "In December 2009, five Soldiers were investigated for potential verbal threats against fellow Soldiers. While the investigation continues there is currently no credible evidence to substantiate the allegations. At no time was there any danger to the Fort Jackson community."  A local law enforcement official familiar with the reports who insisted on anonymity said Thursday that there was no attempt made to poison any soldiers, adding that a rumor started when several disgruntled soldiers shot their mouths off late last year. There was never any threat, nothing credible, he insisted.


Army spokesman Lt. Col. Christopher Garver (not Lt. Col. Gray) said he could not release any specifics of the investigation by the Army's Criminal Investigative Service to protect its integrity. "I can say that, according to CID spokespersons, they have not found any credible information to substantiate the allegations," Garver, who's based at the Pentagon, said in an e-mail.  He said he is unaware of any arrests made in the investigation.


Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.

Possible Fort Jackson threat probed - Local / Metro - TheState.com

Possible Fort Jackson threat probed - Local / Metro - TheState.com

Fort Jackson issued this statement late Thursday night 2/18/2010: “In December 2009, five Soldiers were investigated for potential verbal threats against fellow Soldiers. While the investigation continues there is currently no credible evidence to substantiate the allegations. At no time was there any danger to the Fort Jackson community.”

A local law enforcement official familiar with the reports who insisted on anonymity said Thursday that there was no attempt made to poison any soldiers, adding that a rumor started when several disgruntled soldiers shot their mouths off late last year. There was never any threat, nothing credible, he insisted.

Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.

No attempt made to poison any soldiers at Fort Jackson SC, Internet rumor started by Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN)

Bloggers are not news sources, the rumor started by the blog, Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), about how "Five Muslim Soldiers Arrested at Fort Jackson in South Carolina." IS ALL WRONG !


The Army has been looking for two months into allegations an attempt was being made to poison soldiers at Fort Jackson through the food supply, but the largest basic training post in South Carolina says no credible information to support the allegations has been found.


A local law enforcement official familiar with the reports who insisted on anonymity said Thursday that there was no attempt made to poison any soldiers, adding that a rumor started when several disgruntled soldiers shot their mouths off late last year. There was never any threat, nothing credible, he insisted.

CBN Exclusive: Five Muslim Soldiers Arrested at Fort Jackson in South Carolina, WRONG !  CBN GOT It Wrong? The investigation was first reported by the Christian Broadcasting Network, they are not a news source.

The CBN media outlet reported that five suspects were detained in December and were part of an Arabic translation program called "09 Lima." According to an article in the Army Times, "The 09 Lima program puts native speakers of Arabic, Dari, Pashtu, Farsi or Kurdish in uniform to serve alongside troops in combat."

Army spokesman Lt. Col. Christopher Garver said he could not release any specifics of the investigation by the Army's Criminal Investigative Service to protect its integrity.

"I can say that, according to CID spokespersons, they have not found any credible information to substantiate the allegations," Garver, who's based at the Pentagon, said in an e-mail. He said he is unaware of any arrests made in the investigation, MORE FROM THIS  REAL NEWS SOURCE.............

Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Sarasota Tip ID’d Delmer Smith on April 21st, 2009 in home invasion attacks probe, Sarasota home invader was profiled on April 21st.

Sarasota Tip ID’d Delmer Smith on April 21st, 2009 in home invasion attacks probe, Sarasota home invader was profiled on April 21st.


SARASOTA — Weeks before a woman was beaten and raped in her Sarasota beach condominium and Kathleen Briles was beaten to death in her Terra Ceia home, detectives tried to track down a Crimestoppers tip that eventually led to a search for Delmer Smith III. They could not track him down — and a check against the federal DNA database showed nothing because Smith’s DNA was buried in thousands of backlogged cases.


Until now, Sarasota sheriff’s officials have said Smith’s name first came on their radar after an Aug. 14, 2009 Venice bar fight, which led to a match of DNA found in four Sarasota attacks.  


His name came up much sooner, documents obtained by the Bradenton Herald show. “I was assigned this tip on 4/23/09 as a lead and attempted to make contact with Smith at the time, but was unable to locate,” a sheriff’s detective wrote, according to court documents released Wednesday. The tip came on Tuesday Aprl 21st amid a sweeping investigation of at least 10 violent home invasion attacks of women in their Sarasota and Manatee homes.

On Tuesday April 21st, a Sarasota tipster reported seeing someone suspicious as news reports on the home invasions ramped up.


The tipster gave a license tag, and a description of the man as thin and short, with thick brown hair, according to Sarasota sheriff’s spokeswoman Wendy Rose. Smith now has been charged with three of the attacks in Sarasota. He also has been charged in the May 26 condo rape and robbery, as well as the Aug. 3 slaying of Briles, who he is accused of bludgeoning with a sewing machine in her living room.


After the bar fight, Smith’s probation for the bank robbery was revoked and a search of property from a storage unit under his control revealed several items stolen from the four Sarasota home invasion attacks and Briles’ home.  more from this source..........

Tuesday, April 21, 2009, Bay area counties investigating home invasions‎ in Sarasota and Bradenton, Attacker profiled by private investigator Bill Warner.


April 21, 2009 Bay area counties investigating home invasions‎; BAY AREA -- Several agencies are investigating a series of home invasions in the Manatee and Sarasota areas. Detectives from the Sarasota and Manatee Sheriff’s Offices, as well as the Sarasota and Bradenton Police Departments, are sharing information in several cases which may be related.

UPDATE....Tuesday, May 26, 2009, Masked Man Beats and Rapes Woman In Her Home On Siesta Key, The Attack Mimics 10 Other Sarasota-Bradenton Home Invasion Serial Attacks of Women.


The FBI is also assisting in the investigation. A number of reports have been made over approximately the past two months, of women being attacked in or near their homes. All of the cases list the suspect as a masked male. As many as ten similar cases are being reviewed in an attempt to establish their relation. Each of the agencies has cases within their jurisdiction.


There does not appear to be a distinct pattern as to day or time of occurrence.It does appear the home invader may be looking through windows prior to entering the homes.


The attacker in the Home Invasions in Sarasota and Bradenton Fl has been described by victims as a white male, 5'10" to 6' 0" tall, about 175 to 185 lbs, (Delemr Smith 5' 11" and 195 lbs) he wears a mask and has made statements that he robs to feed a crack cocaine habit.


The attacker appears to be targeting mostly middle-aged women, who live alone, creeping into their homes or yards and sneaking up behind them. He strikes them in the head, usually binds them with cords or rope he finds in their homes, then grabs cash, credit cards, jewelry and electronics.

Usually in cases like this, the Sarasota male perp would have recently moved into the area (Delemr Smith shows up in September 2008, seven months ago) and had numerous prior address's around the country, a drifter, he could possibly have no prior arrest record as he has gotten away with the same attacks in other parts of the country (Delemr Smith is an ex-con who did not have his DNA in the system making him untraceable).

DELMER SMITH  AGE 38-White-M 09-16-2008 FEDERAL PRISON RELEASED
The Sarasota male perp would be single, he would be 35 to 53 years of age (Delemr Smith single and 38 YRS OLD) and he appears to work outside in the day time, working the Sarasota neighborhoods as he blends in. All of the attacks in Sarasota occured North of Clark Road and centered on Proctor Road.

Some of the attacks on the five Sarasota woman appear to have occurred in broad daylight which leads me to believe the Sarasota male perp has some kind of job and marked vehicle that would not arouse suspicion as he cases the houses beforehand, a job that would imply that he had no criminal record and was trustworthy.


The male perp (attacker) in the Sarasota area must be also able to access information on who lives in the houses he cases, like from property records, to identify single women in a certain age bracket.


Bill Warner
private investigator
www.wbipi.com  

The Bosnian Muslim Government Reformed the Nazi SS Division Handzar under the command of Naser Oric in 1992

The Bosnian Muslim Government Reformed the Nazi SS Division Handzar under the command of Naser Oric in 1992. Naser Orić, (born March 3, 1967), is a former Bosnian Muslim military officer who commanded the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina  Handzar forces in the Srebrenica enclave in Eastern Bosnia surrounded by Serb forces, during the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 2006, he was sentenced to two years' imprisonment by the Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the Netherlands for failing to prevent the deaths of five and the mistreatment of eleven Bosnian Serb detainees during the period from late 1992 to early 1993 on the basis of superior criminal responsibility.  On New Year's Day 1994, all units under the command of Naser Orić were named the 8th Operative Group Srebrenica HQ, 2nd (Tuzla) Corps of the ABiH. On 12 July 1994, Orić was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General.

14 Nov 2008 15:26:38 GMT  Naser Oric, a former bodyguard of late Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic, has been sentenced to two years in prison by the Sarajevo court for illegal possession of weapons. Bosnia wartime commander charged with extortion. Source: Reuters.  SARAJEVO, The Sarajevo prosecutor's office charged the Bosnian Muslim wartime commander Naser Oric with extortion and illegal possession of weapons and explosive devices, local media reported on Friday. 

Muslim Naser Oric was arrested in October, three months after a U.N. war crimes tribunal overturned his conviction for failing to stop the murder of Bosnian Serbs more than a decade ago. "According to the indictment Oric is charged with extorting 240,000 Bosnian marka ($157,000) and possession of weapons and banned ammunition (old Nazi traits never end)," FENA news agency quoted Prosecutor Branko Sljivar as saying.  Oric, who organised the defence of the eastern enclave of Srebrenica during the 1992-95 war, was originally convicted in 2006 by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) for war crimes against Bosnian Serbs.

Wednesday, 01 July 2009 Naser Oric head of the Bosnian Muslim Government Reformed Nazi SS Division Handzar gets 2 years in prison, the wartime commander of Bosnian forces in Srebrenica, was sentenced by a Sarajevo court Wednesday to two years in prison for illegal possession of weapons and explosives. He was acquitted, however, of extortion charges. The sentence will include time he has already spent in custody.

Part of  "Srebrenica's Tough Guy" Naser Oric's appeal  (his photo above) is that he tells displaced Muslims what they want to hear. He will win them back their homes; he will avenge their dead mothers and fathers, raped sisters and cousins. "As long as I am in Srebrenica," he said, "it will never be Serb. We will protect the hearths of our people. We will never be Palestinians."



History Of The Bosnian Muslim Nazi 13th SS Handzar.

The association of Bosnian Muslims with Hitler’s Nazi regime is well-documented, and I have reported several times in this space on the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Mohammad Amin al-Husayni, who collaborated with the Nazis and helped organize a division of the Waffen SS made up of Bosnian Muslims.


The Bosnian Muslim Nazi 13th SS "Handzar" or "Handschar" division was a mountain infantry formation, known by the Germans as "Gebirgsjäger". The Kama Division was the second Bosnian Muslim (more) The Bosnian Muslim Nazi 13th SS "Handzar" or "Handschar" division was a mountain infantry formation, known by the Germans as "Gebirgsjäger". It was used to conduct operations against Yugoslav Partisans, Jews and Serbs in the Balkan Mountains.


The Kama Division was the second Bosnian Muslim Nazi SS Division formed by Heinrich Himmler (photo above with the Muslim Grand Mufti). The first Bosnian Muslim Nazi SS Division was the Handzar Division formed in 1943. The Kama and Handzar Divisions were formed by Himmler and Bosnian Muslim political leaders to advance the goals of Bosnian Muslim nationalism by achieving "autonomy" for a Bosnian Muslim state.

Kama and Handzar were perceived as the armed forces of a newly-emerging Bosnian Muslim autonomous statelet. Kama and Handzar are essential to any understanding of the development of Bosnian Muslim nationalism. Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler developed and originated this strategy or policy of using Islam to advance their geopolitical objectives.

The precursors to this policy can be found in the Austro-Hungarian Empire's exploitation and manipulation of Bosnian Muslim, Albanian Muslim, and Sandzak Muslim troops to advance its agendas in the Balkans. Hitler and Himmler developed this concept most fully and completely in the 20th century.

The historical antecedents and origins of Zbiniew Brzezinski's policies in arming and training the Afghan mujahedeen and Ossama bin Laden and Al-Qaeda can be traced to Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Himmler. Bill Clinton was not the first to exploit the Islamic jihad to serve a national interest by allowing Al-Qaeda to infiltrate Bosnia from 1992 to 1995 and then Kosovo in 1998. The precursors and antecedents of this policy go back to Himmler and Hitler.

That most publicised event of the Yugoslav crisis, the ‘massacre of Srebrenica’ in the aftermath of its fall on July 11 1995, was pounced upon by the intruding West and its media as demonstrating the evil cruelty of the Serbs - as illustrated by Ted Koppel’s interview with Richard Holbrooke in the ‘New Yorker’ of November 1995, when Holbrooke said “The Vietcong were dedicated ideologues, committed to a long term struggle.. These guys [the Serbs] aren’t ideologues; they’re just murdering aholes”. (Remember, the Vietcong had killed over 58,000 Americans!). This was an alleged massacre of 8000 ‘Muslim men and boys’ - a figure apparently plucked from an atmosphere of ambivalence, based, as it was (according to James Bisset, Canadian ambassador to Yugoslavia in the early nineties) on a Red Cross report, dated September 13 1995, which “stated that 3000 Muslims had been taken prisoner by Serbian forces in Srebrenica and a further 5000 had fled to central Bosnia..” 

This ‘massacre of 8000’ is still awaiting confirmation to this day. On the other hand, very little attention was paid to the numerous massacres of Bosnian Serbs in the Srebrenica enclave between `92 and `93 by the Bosnian army ‘Handzar’ division under the command of Nasser Oric  (on horse in photo above), who had been appointed by Itzebegovic, as was revealed in the infamous kangaroo court known as the international Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the Hague, which had been set up primarily to try Milosevic for ‘crimes against humanity’.

Suffice it to say here that, on February 12 2004, General Phillipe Morillon, who had been UN commander in Bosnia in 1992/1993, appeared before the ICTY as a witness in the trial of Milosevic. In his evidence, Morillon confirmed that the Srebrenica enclave had been used as a military base by the Bosnian Muslim army under the command of Naser Oric, adding that “Oric had engaged in attacks during Orthodox holidays and destroyed villages, massacring all the inhabitants. This created a degree of hatred that was quite extraordinary in the region, and this prompted the region of Bratunac...that is the entire Serb population - to rebel against the very idea that through humanitarian aid one might help the population that was present there.” There were several other such attacks, and Morillon concluded his evidence by stating that the fall of Srebrenica was due to the massacres committed by Oric’s forces in 1992 amd 1993.



Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.

Dubai Police confirm Mossad involvement in murder (humaterian extermination) of HamasTerror leader Mahmoud al Mabhouh

Dubai Police confirm Mossad involvement in murder humaterian extermination of senior HamasTerror leader Mahmoud al Mabhouh...Last Updated: February 18. 2010 3:47PM UAE / February 18. 2010 11:47AM GMT DUBAI //

Interpol has issued red notices (good luck) for the 11 suspects in the murder of the senior Hamas leader, Mahmoud al Mabhouh, on January 19, with Dubai's police chief confirming that the Israeli foreign intelligence service Mossad was involved. Lt Gen Dahi Khalfan Tamim told The National that Interpol issued the notices for the suspects, who have been identified to stand behind the killing. “The red notices were issued with the names and features, based on evidence we provided, the notices were issued based on evidence we provided to the Interpol,”said Gen Tamim.


The Interpol Red Notices will be issued in the phony names of the Mossad agents, but there are "real" people with these names living in Israel and elsewhere, WTH ?

Dubai authorities described an 11-member team that swooped into the Gulf city-state last month on a mission to kill al-Mabhouh and then fanned out with clockwork precision to Europe, Asia and South Africa in less than 24 hours.


Dubai's police chief, Lt. Gen. Dahi Khalfan Tamim, ran through the details at a news conference Monday, describing suspects who donned fake beards or wigs and shadowed al-Mabhouh so closely they even rode in the same elevator with him at a luxury hotel.



The wanted list was topped by an alleged mastermind carrying a French passport and others traveling on European passports: six British, three Irish and a German. But it quickly came under dispute. Ireland said three suspects' names do not appear on any passport registry. Britain and Germany said the passport details cited by Dubai do not appear genuine. The consul-general of France in Dubai, Nada Yafi, declined to comment on the case.



One of the British suspects — identified as Melvyn Adam Mildiner — told The Associated Press the passport photo on the Dubai wanted flier is not him but the passport number was correct. "Wow, I didn't know that (the number) was out. That's horrid," said Mildiner, who has dual British-Israeli citizenship and was reached by phone in Israel.  "That is a bit bizarre," he said, adding: "I have never been to Dubai."


At least three other people with the same names as the alleged suspects — identified by Dubai police as Britons Paul John Keeley and Stephen Daniel Hodes, and German passport holder Michael Bodenheimer — live in Israel, according to Israel's Channel 2 TV.



Keeley and Hodes denied any link to the slaying. Channel 2 reached Bodenheimer's daughter, who called the Dubai allegations a "mistake." "I have never been to Dubai. I don't know what is happening. I am simply afraid," Hodes told Channel 2. Both Hodes and Keeley said the passport photos distributed by Dubai police were fake.


Hamas has acknowledged that al-Mabhouh was involved in the kidnapping and killing of two Israeli soldiers in 1989. Israeli officials have accused al-Mabhouh of helping smuggle rockets into the Gaza Strip, the coastal territory ruled by the militant group.  "No one wanted to assassinate him but Israel," said al-Mabhouh's brother, Fayek, in Gaza's Jabaliya refugee camp.

Other elements also brought added scrutiny on Dubai, including how investigators pieced together the evidence or why such an apparently well-planned operation would overlook Dubai's wide-ranging security cameras.  It all adds up to something far less definitive than Tamim's presentation, which included video surveillance clips of both the alleged killers and al-Mabhouh. His body was found Jan. 20 in room 230 at the Al-Bustan Rotana Hotel near Dubai's international airport.

Tamim described a well-organized and disciplined team — with a penchant for simple disguises — as responsible for the slaying of al-Mabhouh, a founder of Hamas' military wing.  Tamim said the suspects arrived in Dubai at different times, checked into separate hotels and tailed al-Mabhouh from the moment of his arrival. They paid for all expenses in cash and used cell phone cards to avoid being traced while calling a "command center" in Austria.  Some of the Austrian numbers provided by Dubai police went to automated voice mail accounts.

Surveillance footage shows the female suspect apparently wearing a wig and at times a big hat and sunglasses to blend in as a tourist. Others were also disguised as vacationers, wearing baseball caps or tennis outfits and carrying rackets. Tamim said some suspects had fake beards.  He said forensic tests indicate al-Mabhouh died of suffocation, and lab tests were being done to pinpoint other possible factors in his death.


The slaying took just 10 minutes, Tamim said. Four assassins entered his room while he was out, using an electronic device to open the door, and waited for al-Mabhouh.  The team then headed for the airport, some of them flying to Europe and others to Asia or South Africa, he said. All left the country within 19 hours of arriving in Dubai, one of seven semiautonomous emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates.

The suspects identified by Dubai Police were six British, three Irish, one German and one French. However, since the revealing of the identities the government of these countries had said that the passports are fake or bore fake identities. Gen Tamim also confirmed for the first time that their investigations indicate that Mossad stand behind al Mabhouh’s murder. “Our investigations reveal that Mossad is involved in the murder of al Mabhouh. It is 99 per cent, if not 100 per cent that Mossad is standing behind the murder,” said Gen Tamim.


Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

"GOODFELLAS" MADE-MEN ARTHUR "THE SHORT GUY" NIGRO, ANTHONY "BINGY" ARILLOTTA AND STEVE “DD“ ALFISI CHARGED IN MURDER OF "BIG AL BRUNO" AND RACKETEERING IN NYC.


U.S. Attorney Charges Former Acting Boss of Genovese Organized Crime Family for 2003 Murder, and Five Others for Racketeering Crimes

SPRINGFIELD MA - Reputed mob head Anthony J. Arillotta was arrested early Wednesday morning at his home in connection with the 2003 murder of crime boss Adolfo “Big Al” Bruno.  FBI agents, Massachusetts State Police and Springfield police made the arrest at Arillotta’s home on Chalmers Street house about 6 a.m. The arrest follows weeks of speculation about secret witnesses and possible new arrests here and in New York.  Fotios “Freddy” Geas, 42, Arillotta’s onetime enforcer, according to law enforcement officials, had been charged alone in U.S. District Court since 2008 and is poised for trial starting April 5.


Sources familiar with the investigation say the arrest warrant was issued out of U.S. District Court in New York City. Organized crime figures from that state also have been charge in a broad indictment, which has not yet been made public.  Investigators’ theory of the case is that Bruno’s murder was a classic mob hit, paid for by a group looking to wrest power over local rackets from the then-local leader of the New York-based Genovese crime family. Bruno was one day shy of 58 when he was gunned down in a dark parking lot. Admitted shooter Frankie A. Roche turned government informant and told FBI agents Geas paid him $10,000 to shoot Bruno at the behest of higher-ranking gangsters.

PREET BHARARA, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, 2/17/2010...JOSEPH DEMAREST, JR., the Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation ("FBI"), and RAYMOND W. KELLY, the Police Commissioner of the City of New York, announced the unsealing in Manhattan federal court earlier today of a 13-count Indictment charging ARTHUR NIGRO, the former Acting Boss of the Genovese Organized Crime Family, and ANTHONY ARILLOTTA, a made member of the Genovese Organized Crime Family, with various racketeering crimes, including the 2003 murder of ADOLFO BRUNO. In addition, the Indictment charges Genovese Organized Crime Family member STEVE ALFISI with racketeering, and MARCOS CAIO, JAMES COUMOUTSOS, and GEORGE COUMOUTSOS with participating with ALFISI in an illegal gambling operation.

According to an Indictment unsealed earlier today in Manhattan Federal Court: NIGRO, ARILLOTTA, and ALFISI are all made members of the Genovese Organized Crime Family, and NIGRO served for a time as the Acting Boss of the Genovese Family. In November 2003, in their capacities within the Genovese Organized Crime Family, NIGRO and ARILLOTTA murdered ADOLFO BRUNO in order to maintain and increase their position in the Genovese Organized Crime Family, as well as to prevent BRUNO from providing information to law enforcement about crimes committed by members of the Genovese Organized Crime Family. NIGRO and ARILLOTTA are also charged with multiple extortions and other racketeering crimes in their capacities with the Genovese Organized Crime Family.

The Indictment also charges ALFISI with racketeering for his conduct with the Genovese Organized Crime Family including the operation of an illegal gambling business in New York along with co-defendants CAIO, JAMES COUMOUTSOS, and GEORGE COUMOUTSOS.

A chart listing the potential maximum penalties faced by each of the defendants on each count is attached. The case has been assigned to United States District Judge P. KEVIN CASTEL.

NIGRO, 65, and JAMES COUMOUTSOS, 47, both from Bronx, New York, are currently incarcerated on federal and state charges, respectively. ARILLOTTA, 41, was arrested this morning in his hometown of Springfield, Massachusetts, and was presented in the District of Massachusetts. ALFISI, 45, CAIO, 39, both from Bronx, New York, and GEORGE COUMOUTSOS, 42, of Eastchester, New York, were arrested this morning and are expected to be presented this afternoon in Manhattan federal Court.

Mr. BHARARA praised the work of the Joint Organized Crime Task Force -- including agents of the FBI and detectives of the New York Police Department. Mr. BHARARA also thanked the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts State Police for their assistance in the investigation.

This case is being prosecuted by the Office's Organized Crime Unit. Assistant United States Attorneys JONATHAN NEW and MARK LANPHER are in charge of the prosecution.The charges contained in the Indictment are merely accusations, and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.


1 RacketeeringConspiracy NIGRO ARILLOTTA ALFISI Maximum sentence of 20 yearsin prison, and fine of thegreater of $250,000, ortwice the gross gain or lossresulting from thecrime

2 Racketeering NIGRO ARILLOTTA ALFISI Maximum sentence of 20 yearsin prison, and fine of thegreater of $250,000, ortwice the gross gain or lossresulting from thecrime

3 Murder In Aid of Racketeering NIGRO ARILLOTTA Mandatory Life, withpossibility of death penalty

4 Murder to Obstruct Justice NIGRO ARILLOTTA Mandatory Life, withpossibility of death penalty

5 Conspiracy toExtort NIGRO ARILLOTTA Maximum sentence of 20 yearsin prison, and fine of thegreater of $250,000, ortwice the gross gain or lossresulting from thecrime

6 Extortion NIGRO ARILLOTTA Maximum sentence of 20 yearsin prison, and fine of thegreater of $250,000, ortwice the gross gain or lossresulting from thecrime

7 Conspiracy toMake Extortionate Extensions of Credit NIGRO ALFISI Maximum sentence of 20 yearsin prison, and fine of thegreater of $250,000, ortwice the gross gain or lossresulting from thecrime

Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.

Obama Appointee Rashad Hussain Links To Tampa Terrorist Sami Al-Arian.

On February 13, 2010, President Obama appointed Hussain, an Indian-American Muslim,as the United States special envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference.After the appointment, President Obama stated, "Rashad has played a key role in developing the partnerships I called for in Cairo. And as a Hafiz_(Qur'an) of the Quran, he is a respected member of the American Muslim community, and I thank him for carrying forward this important work."
Obama Appointee Rashad Hussain Links To Tampa Terrorist Sami Al-Arian; Hassain expressed support for Sami Al-Arian, who in 2001 made public comments implying death to Israel. Al-Arian was brought to trial for funneling money to a Palestinian terrorist group, and served time in prison. Hussain was a defender of Al-Arian during his trial. Six years ago, when Hussain was a law student, he claimed Al-Arian was being persecuted and it was politically motivated. Hassain's comments were published in a Yale law school publication.
The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (WRMEA) cited Hussain as making the remarks in connection with Sami al-Arian, a university professor and activist sentenced in 2006 to more than four years in prison (including time already spent in custody) after he had pleaded guilty to conspiring to aid the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ).


The U.S. government designated the PIJ as a foreign terrorist organization in 1997, and in 2003, then Attorney-General John Ashcroft described it as “one of the most violent terrorist organizations in the world.”



Palestinian Islamic Jihad has killed more than 100 Israelis in suicide bombings and other attacks. Its victims include American citizens Alisa Flatow, a 20-year-old New Jersey college student killed in a 1995 suicide bombing in Gaza, and 16-year-old Shoshana Ben-Ishai, shot dead in a bus in Jerusalem in 2001.


In sentencing al-Arian, Judge James Moody of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida described Al-Arian as a “leader of the PIJ in Tampa ” and a “master manipulator.”

Al-Arian remains under home detention in Virginia pending contempt of court charges relating to his refusal to testify in an unrelated case involving an Islamic think tank (the IIIT).



Among sympathizers is Rashad Hussain, who at the time of the cited remarks was a Yale Law School student and an editor, from 2003-2005, of the Yale Law Journal. He went on to serve as a Department of Justice trial attorney and in January 2009 was appointed White House deputy associate counsel.


Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Hamas Terror Leader Mahmoud al-Mabhouh Assassinated by Hit Team of 11 "Europeans" (Mossad) In the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel In Dubai, Good Work.

Dubai has said it will issue an arrest warrant for the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu if Mossad is proved to be behind the killing of a Hamas leader in the sheikhdom.  The Israeli premier would have been the first one to have signed the order to kill, Dubai’s police chief Dahi Khalfan said on Thursday.


According to the police chief, the method used in the assassination is one used by Mossad.   The senior Hamas military commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was killed in his hotel room in Dubai on January 20th.


According to the Times of London, the hit men subjected Mabhouh to an injection which induced a heart attack, photographed the documents in his briefcase and left a “Do Not Disturb” sign on the door of the hotel room where the crime was committed.
Hamas has accused Israel of carrying out the hit. In a statement, the movement said, “We hold Israel responsible for the assassination of our brother and leader.”  The 50-year-old Mabhouh was one of the founders of Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas.

“Several suspects eventually checked into a room across the hall from their victim at a hotel near the airport, according to the police.”  Inside help at the Hotel, you don’t just happen to get a room on the same floor as your target in a large luxury hotel, 640 suites at the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel in Dubai.  Intel was spot on from date, time and arrival in Dubai.  WAY TO GO MOSSAD !   Bill Warner on February 16, 2010 at 6:41 pm

Mahmoud Abdel Rauf al-Mabhouh (Arabic: محمود عبد الرؤوف المبحوح; February 14, 1960 – January 19, 2010) was a senior Hamas military commander and one of the founders of the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades. He was suspected for being involved in the 1989 abduction and murder of two Israeli soldiers, Avi Sasportas and Ilan Sa'adon, along with several other attacks. His home in Gaza was reported to have been demolished by Israel in 1989 in response to these attacks on Israel. He had been arrested and released several times by Israel, but at the time of his death was wanted by the Israeli government and living in Syria.

Al-Mabhouh was assassinated in the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel in Dubai on 19 January 2010, having arrived in the country earlier that day from Syria. On the night of his death it is suspected by Dubai police that he was murdered by person or persons unknown in his own room, with accounts varying as to the cause of death, ranging fom suffocation, to electrocution.

Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was said to be a leading figure in the Hamas Palestinian movement, with several reports stating Mossad, the Israeli secret service, were being accused by Hamas of having assassinated him. According to their policy regarding such incidents, the Israeli government has not commented on the accusations. Some reports have asserted that Mahmoud al-Mabhouh was involved in weapons and explosive smuggling into Gaza, and this was his reason for being in Dubai.

According to police, the suspects are a team of at least 11 'Europeans', travelling on British (6), Irish (3), French (1) and German. Two Palestinians were arrested in Jordan and were handed over to Dubai, suspected of giving logistical assistance. One of the Palestinian detainees is a security official in the Fatah-controlled Palestinian Authority. Hamas has claimed that their arrest is evidence linking the Palestinian Authority to the assassination, while the Palestinian Authority has retorted by accusing the arrested Palestinians of being members of Hamas, (blah, blah, blah who cares, the Hamas terrorist leader is dead, move on).

They have yet to rule out the involvement of the Mossad or any other potential party. The police have also concluded that the killers spent little time in the emirate, arriving less than a day before the murder, killing him between his arrival at 3:15 pm and 9:00 pm that night, and subsequently leaving the country before his discovery. Dubai authorities have said a “professional criminal gang” with European passports was likely behind the killing

An analysis by Yaakov Katz in The Jerusalem Post compared the incident to recent actions believed to have been taken by Israel in the past few years, including the 2008 assassination of Imad Mughniyeh, against what it called an axis of evil involving Iran, Syria, Hezbollah, Hamas, and Islamic Jihad. Katz also identified Mabhouh as a key link in the smuggling of weapons into Hamas-controlled Gaza via Sudan, and suggested that his death is a serious blow to the operational capabilities of Hamas.

Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.