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I now feel about like this guy

You're not going to believe this, but I used to own that same shirt while living in Nashville. If I'm not mistaken, I may still of a pic of me wearing it when I visited India. Now, I have to hunt it down.
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You're not going to believe this, but I used to own that same shirt while living in Nashville. If I'm not mistaken, I may still of a pic of me wearing it when I visited India. Now, I have to hunt it down.

someday I want to read your autobiography [illustrated of course]

I will donate all my btc to get that shit published

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I now feel about like this guy

You're not going to believe this, but I used to own that same shirt while living in Nashville. If I'm not mistaken, I may still of a pic of me wearing it when I visited India. Now, I have to hunt it down.

someday I want to read your autobiography [illustrated of course]

I will donate all my btc to get that shit published

Again, you're not going to believe this, but why pay for it when it's all here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=24792

From, why I was in India, to once being accused of raping/impregnating a 14-year-old girl, with most events documented in between. Anything you want to know, simply ask. I'm an open-book.
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Now dead via suicide (hope the decease isn't catchy): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgknBLGeH1U
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You mean like these poor bastards:

CRAIG J. SPENCE

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_J._Spence

http://i.imgur.com/U2zoQkz.jpg

"Suicided" shortly after this article came out:

http://www.infowars.com/images2/us/washington_post.gif

He's a little bit like this guy:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Gannon
http://www.salon.com/2005/02/15/guckert/
http://www.examiner.com/article/pedophilia-and-male-prostitutes-the-white-house-the-franklin-affair-and-bush-s-jeff-gannon

For those who still haven't watched, I highly recommend this British-made, US-banned Discovery Channel documentary on the Franklin coverup:

"Conspiracy of Silence" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asvl6kO1Vo8

http://www.thepeopleshistory.net/2014/03/the-franklin-scandal-elite-child-abuse.html

In the 1980s, a man named Larry King (not THAT Larry King), was a rising black star in the Republican Party. Larry ran the Franklin Federal Credit Union in Omaha and did a lot of GOP fundraising. So much so that he got to sing the Star Spangled Banner at the 1984 AND 1988 Republican National Conventions.

http://i.imgur.com/hNay1KK.jpg

Oh, I almost forgot: he also ran a vast pedophile ring between Omaha and Washington D.C. He would take children from nearby Boys Town (a famous, respected boys' orphanage) and fly them out to D.C. for a wild weekend of hard drugs and savage sex with high-ranking political officials. He would secretly take pictures and video of the orgies, then use the evidence to blackmail the participants.

via the New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/1988/12/18/us/a-lurid-mysterious-scandal-begins-taking-shape-in-omaha.html

I could go on and on, but the end result is this: the chief prosecutor's plane exploded in mid-air (along with critical photographic evidence he'd just picked up, and his young son). One of the girls who spoke out about the abuse was slapped with a felony perjury charge and sentenced to up to 24 years in prison. It was unprecedented. About a dozen or so other people connected with the case died under mysterious circumstances. The case died a slow, quiet death. Larry King actually got popped for embezzling millions of dollars from his Credit Union, which promptly collapsed. He served about 7 years, was released in the early 2000s, and like Marc Collins-Rector, has utterly vanished from the public record.

But not to get too sidetracked...how does this circle back to Brockstreet and the Buffalo?

One of the people repeatedly implicated in the adolescent rape parties was Congressman Barney Frank. Nobody was ever convicted for Franklin abuse-related allegations, but Barney came pretty damn close.

http://www.nytimes.com/1989/08/26/us/rep-frank-acknowledges-hiring-male-prostitute-as-personal-aide.html
http://www.businessinsider.com/the-one-thing-no-one-is-mentioning-in-their-barney-frank-tributes-the-prostitutes-2011-11
http://content.time.com/time/specials/2007/article/0,28804,1721111_1721210_1883878,00.html

"Widely regarded as one of the most intelligent and well spoken members of the House of Representatives, Barney Frank, a Democratic Congressman for nearly 30 years and the first openly gay member of the House, almost undid his career in 1989 after having an affair with Steve Gobie, a male prostitute. Although Frank was single at the time — thus not committing adultery — he did pay someone for sex (with personal funds), which is illegal in his state of Massachusetts. But the poor judgment didn't end there. Frank hired Gobie to run errands and allowed him to live at his home, where Frank obviously hoped he would be rehabilitated and renounce his life of sin. The only problem: Gobie kept on working as a prostitute — from Frank's home."

Which is pretty much exactly what the abused teenagers claimed in the first place - that they were often taken to Barney Frank's house for sex parties.

Now, let's guess which powerful people are good friends with Barney Frank?

Let's try "Ron Palmieri"...

http://i.imgur.com/wt3fCgg.jpg

http://www.onecommunity.co/content/rep-barney-frank-enda-dadt-and-how-lgbts-should-lobby-nra

Submitted by ONE Community on April 14, 2010 - 11:57am
Openly gay Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) was in Los Angeles over the weekend for an appearance on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show and to speak at the Greenlining Institute’s Economic Summit. He also attended a Hollywood fundraiser thrown Saturday by attorney and former gubernatorial candidate, Ron Palmieri and his partner, Jeffrey Simpson. California Assembly Speaker John Perez also attended, lending his support to Frank and his Congressional and political leadership.


Former gubernatorial candidate? Damn, son!

I wonder who else power-attorney Ron Palmieri has represented in the past?

via Buzzfeed:
http://www.buzzfeed.com/nicolasmedinamora/exclusive-michael-egan-bryan-singer-chad-shackley-emails

This article, published about two days ago, debuts a never before seen email between Mr. Ron J. Palmieri and Buffalo Pack member #3, Chad Shackley.

http://i.imgur.com/ZM4PrXI.png

JaJaJa at how Chad asks Ron: "are there any steps, sleazy or otherwise, that we might take to find out where this information is coming from? Because now I'm more concerned than ever that it might be someone close to us. Not to mention that this is quickly becoming harassment and if someone with too much information is speaking to the press, who knows what they might try to dig up."

Sleazy steps, huh? PG better watch out.

But let's not forget this quote, the cherry on top: "...you should be able to get a hold of me through Mel."

Yes, "Mel" as in Mel Berman (see my previous post), the Buffalo Pack's "private chef", according to Buzzfeed, who testified in support of Brock Pierce during his 2003 sexual assault lawsuit. He said the kids were full of shit and they tried to bribe him to "lie" in court about Marc, Brock, and Chad's Hot Tub & rufinol escapades. This is the same Mel Berman who was installed as (fake muppet) president of a stereotypical shell company called WWTIV, along with directors Pierce, Shackley, Collins-Rector, and Bob Doede in 2001. All while being just a humble chef...who also seems to double as a personal assistant...on overseas trips to Monaco and Marbella... Quid pro...how does that go again?

and via Businessweek, just to belabor the point about Palmieri:
http://www.businessweek.com/stories/1999-11-14/digital-entertainment-network-startup-or-non-starter

Collins-Rector's lawyer, Ronald J. Palmieri, says his client denies all the allegations in the complaint but confirms the case was settled and dismissed. The company says it was Collins-Rector's decision to move up the founders' previously planned departure from DEN. "His idea was to immediately protect the company," says Palmieri. "It would be a travesty for the millions of dollars invested [in DEN] to be affected by these unverified allegations."SIX-MINUTE SHOWS. Although they weren't named in the suit, DEN co-founders Chad M. Shackley, 24, and Brock Pierce, 18, also resigned. Company officials say they left with Collins-Rector because the trio is closely aligned and plans to start a new data-storage business. Meanwhile, Palmieri says Collins-Rector's 34% stake in DEN has been placed in a trust and can be voted only with the approval of two outside board directors.

I hope everyone is thoroughly impressed at how these three virtual nobodies (Collins-Rector, Shackley, Pierce) have continued to find themselves with so many well-connected friends.

I could keep going, but there's simply too much to Ja Ja JA about.

I will leave this as food for thought. Remember Louis J. Freeh? He's the ex-FBI Director who just so happens to be on the "recovery team" of Sunlot Holdings, Ltd., a Cyprus-registered corporation that wants to buy the legal rights to every single one of the 800,000+ "lost" bitcoins on MtGox.

Y'know, so they can launch New Gox under U.S. jurisdiction. Obviously regulatory approval shouldn't be a problem, seeing as they have a former FBI director on the team...

At first I asked myself, "why the hell would this savvy group of jet-setting Bitcoin investors choose - out of ALL the competent infosec firms available for hire - the private contracting firm of an extremely well-connected former FBI boss?"

They must've thought about that too, because you won't find more than one or two casual references to "Freeh Group International" in their English-language plan. The original Japanese one, however, sings about his connections and accomplishments (Ruby Ridge, Waco, that whole 9/11 thing on his watch not mentioned, obvs).

But funny enough, his name hasn't popped up in any news articles, press releases, or interviews. It's almost like Sunlot knows that the Bitcoin crowd would *hate* the FBI getting their sneaky fiat-grubbing palms all over the MtGox cryptochest...and they're like, trying to obscure that information from the greater public! LOL i know, i'm crazy.

You know what, though? It turns out I might be wrong. Upon further research of his resumé, it looks like Louis J. Freeh DOES have the appropriate work experience for dealing with Brock & Co:

http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2011/11/louis_j_freeh_vows_an_independ.html

http://i.imgur.com/FLnWA8r.png


That's right, folks: Louis J. Freeh was the "independent investigator" tasked with getting to the bottom of the Jerry Arthur Sandusky sex abuse case. (Should we just call him JA? lol)

I think Freeh did a great job: despite numerous allegations that Sandusky had been using his charity foundation, Second Mile, to "pimp" young boys out to wealthy donors, Freeh basically dumped all the blame on Joe Paterno and closed the books. Case closed!

http://espn.go.com/pdf/2013/0210/espn_otl_FINAL%20KING&SPAULDING2.pdf

"The Freeh report is full of errors, unsupported personal opinions, improper allegations
and biased assertions. Despite the Freeh report’s claim to the contrary, access to vital
documents and critical witnesses was severely limited. Those limitations, which were
understated or ignored in the report, call into question the report’s legitimacy. Despite
reportedly reviewing millions of documents and interviewing hundreds of witnesses, the
Freeh report relies primarily on a handful of emails, none of which Joe Paterno authored
or received, to make assertions about Joe Paterno, and shockingly does so even though
Mr. Freeh never interviewed the actual authors of the emails. This Critique of the Freeh
report addresses seven of the most egregious, unfounded, and unfair conclusions about
Joe Paterno; the three other expert reports attached to this Critique combine to expose and
address many more."


And of course there's no need to look into things like, say, who else might've been raping young boys with JA's assistance...

http://www.thewire.com/national/2012/09/former-child-prostitute-claims-jerry-sandusky-was-part-pedophile-sex-ring/57059/

http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/i-team/self-described-child-prostitute-connects-jerry-sandusky-poly-prep-sex-abuse-scandal-coach-phil-foglietta-article-1.1163303

In the email to Poly Prep, Bucceroni said he was "a child prostitute" and was associated with a pedophile ring that included Sandusky, Foglietta, now-deceased Philadelphia businessman Ed Savitz and former Wharton School of Business professor Lawrence Scott Ward, who is serving a lengthy prison sentence for trafficking in child porn and smuggling photos and videos of himself having sex with a teenage Brazilian boy.


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/10/penn-state-scandal-rumors-sandusky-pimping_n_1086099.html
http://www.businessinsider.com/jerry-sandusky-donors-2011-11
http://deadspin.com/5945960/lets-not-forget-the-second-mile-the-other-big-organization-that-did-nothing-to-stop-jerry-sandusky

And circling back to Franklin...

After retirement, Sandusky hosted many summer football camps and was active in The Second Mile, a children's charity he founded in State College, Pennsylvania in 1977.
President George H. W. Bush praised the group as a "shining example" of charity work in a 1990 letter, one of that president's much-promoted "Thousand points of light" encouragements to volunteer community organizations.
Citing Sandusky's work with The Second Mile charity to provide care for foster children, then U.S. Senator Rick Santorum honored Sandusky with an Angels in Adoption award in 2002.

But according to SuperCop Louis J. Freeh, Sandusky was the Lone Diddler with a cowardly cover-up assist by JoePa, who promptly died after the scandal broke. Case closed!

Sounds like just the type of meticulous digital forensics experts we need to get to the bottom of MtGox, huh?

To be continued...lol

http://i.imgur.com/KAVekaD.png
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Sleazy steps, huh? PG better watch out.

I better watch out? I'll just lie and say it was all your idea, Buff.  Grin

Besides, I already have one death threat today: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=634309.0

Crazy as it may sound, at least one reported has already contacted me in regards to said threat.

If anything happens to me, bud, I will you my 10,000 GoCoins (injected this line to let a certain person know that I know what he thought nobody would know, you know?).

BTW, thanks for the summary... Summary my ass, for you're going deeper into some rabbit hole. Personally, I'm into goats. Now, back to reading your epic post, bud.
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http://www.businessweek.com/stories/1999-11-14/digital-entertainment-network-startup-or-non-starter

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Company officials say they left with Collins-Rector because the trio is closely aligned and plans to start a new data-storage business.

Dudes, what's your favorite block to fine good boy-on-boy action?

Block X.

Fuck Block X. That's too old-school. Block Y is the new Block X.

What's the password?

What's the password?

What's the password?

What's the password?

I just posted it at Site Z.

Thanks, bud. I just tipped you some XXXCoins.

Is that a Senator?

No, that's a Representative.

I know that dude is, but I talkin' 'bout the other dude.

He's a Senator.

Do you think that boys' 13 or 14?

Dude, neither. Senator (redacted) doesn't do teens, thus the good looking lad's probably 11 or 12.

OMFG! I think I just saw Michelle's dick.

Block?

Block?

Block?

I just posted it on Site B in the comment section. Two hops. Keyword: Cinnamon.

Don't know why I just stood up and applauded upon reading the keyword, but I did, like the time I once attended a Jay Leno show.
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Louis J. Freeh vows an independent probe into Sandusky case at Penn State University

You think?
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Freeh#.22Pizza_Connection.22_case

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"Pizza Connection" case

A notable case Freeh was associated with was the "Pizza Connection" investigation, in which he was lead prosecutor. The case, prosecuted in the mid-1980s, involved a drug trafficking operation in the United States by Sicilian organized crime members who used pizza parlors as fronts. After a 14-month trial, 16 of 17 co-defendants were convicted. The "Pizza Connection" case was, at the time, the most complex criminal investigation ever undertaken by the U.S. government.

I've always been suspicious of Bitcoin's pizza connection being it's on the list of munchies.  Grin (had to go to thesaurus.com to get the correct spelling of suspicious, and was greeted with the WORD "braggart", of which at first glace it looked like "bogart")
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Hmm very interesting thread. Read it all. Thank's Cheesy

You are so welcome, bud. We try our best, albeit sometime we err.

BTW, I couldn't help but notice that you're making the rounds bumping other threads in the Discussion section. That said, GO FUCK YOURSELF, you useless piece of shit.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=137065





Further proof that this dude a scamming motherfucker!


I have been around Bitcoin since late 2012, and scouring these forums since.

I've never been big into posting on forums so I never bothered to register until recently.

However now I do enjoy being part of the community and want a forum account to represent how long I've been around Bitcoin.

Would anyone be interested in selling their account for some Bitcoin? PM me please if your interested.

Thank you.
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http://www.corporationwiki.com/California/Marina-del-Rey/michael-terpin/42454337.aspx

Give me a few minutes while I penned definitive proof that Satoshi Nakamoto is... Michael Terpin is directly related to the efforts underway in having the entire island nation of Bali accepting bitcoins.
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While in the process of penning what I promised above, I ran across the following image. Being that I'm not versed at all as to how the backend of Bitcoin works, perhaps you guys in the know can enlighten me as to if the following is relevant: http://web.archive.org/web/20100507063450im_/http://elementallinks.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/logicblaze_fuse_diagram.gif (in case the link breaks)

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With apologies, I guess I didn't find the Bali connection, for after I penned a lengthy post and was ready to add the finale, I see how I misread the linked text last night was tire after loading barn wood beams yesterday evening, to the point of falling asleep at the computer.

I'll try better, guys.

Buff, take a look at what I had, for the info could be used elsewhere. You know where to look, for I've linked you to it via a PM not too long ago.

It's below the ........................... though the above could be of value also.

Time for a nap.

Again, I apology.
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Brock Pierce is on record in stating that he only oversees KnC product line going to China because he was better suited for the task since KnC nor their partner would be able to circumnavigate the various issues in shipping products to China.

I find that hard to believe considering that KnC partner is ORSoC before Brock Pierce supposedly arrived on the scene to give them a helping hand.

http://opencores.org/newsletter,2011,01,#n4



The above is clearly from 2011: http://web.archive.org/web/20110201061547/http://opencores.org/newsletter,2011,01,

https://www.kncminer.com/news/news-9

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Kncminer and ORSoC are partnering up to bring the new miners to the world

We are happy to reveal our hardware partner as ORSoC
ORSoC is a Swedish owned and operated company which has a very long and extensive knowledge within the ASIC and FPGA design field. They also maintain the OpenCores community with over 180 000 members.
Besides their design expertise they bring existing supply chains and agreements that allow Kncminer to take advantage of first class manufacturing companies and locations who specialize in producing this exact type of device.
ORSoC are involved in an extensive range of projects including:
-          ASIC & FPGA Design
-          Embedded software development
-          Product development

Kncminer and ORSoC are currently in the progress of developing the new miners. Progress is going very well at a very accelerated pace and we will be presenting more details on the Kncminer website and our newsletter about the project in the near future.
                            For more info of ORSoC you can visit their website here: www.orsoc.se

Ergo, ORSoC had no problem shipping to China prior to ever hearing about Bitcoin, KnC or Brock Pierce, hence the latter wasn't needed to penetrate the Chinese market.
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Louis J. Freeh vows an independent probe into Sandusky case at Penn State University

You think?

Try this one on for soize, straight from  the conspiracy files of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Freeh:

"In 1991, President George H. W. Bush appointed Freeh a judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, a position he held until he was appointed FBI director by President Bill Clinton in 1993."

In June 2001, he resigned amid criticism that the FBI needed stronger leadership, particularly after allegations of spying by Robert Hanssen.

Almost there...

In October 2001, right after 9/11: "Freeh approached acting New Jersey Governor Donald DiFrancesco, and offered to serve, without salary, as the state's anti-terrorism "czar". Di Francesco approached both major-party candidates for governor to secure their approval; Bret Schundler, the Republican candidate, agreed "in principle". However, Democrat Jim McGreevey, who won the gubernatorial election, turned down Freeh in favor of Golan Cipel. It was later discovered that McGreevey and Cipel had been involved in a sexual relationship. McGreevey was heavily criticized for giving the post to Cipel rather than Freeh or another experienced individual.

Sourced here: http://www.nytimes.com/2002/03/17/nyregion/on-politics-former-head-of-fbi-accepted-security-post-but-mcgreevey-balked.html

Golan was a former IDF soldier, Israeli Embassy employee in NYC, and part-time "poet" who somehow wormed his way up the ranks of the New Jersey political system, starting in 2000. His introduction to McGreevey (they met in Israel) came soon after McGreevey acquired a new benefactor: Charles Kushner, New Jersey real estate magnate/political kingmaker. McGreevey pushed hard to get Kushner elected as the head of NJ's Port Authority, which had jurisdiction over the newly-liberated real estate of downtown Manhattan, as well as control over hundreds of million$ in development funds. Sweet gig!

As it turns out, rejecting Freeh's noble offer was a bad idea. Shortly after McGreevey spurned Freeh's advances and appointed Golan to be New Jersey's NATSEC czar in early 2002, rumors started swirling about the governor's gay affairs. Everything finally blew up in a 2004 gay sex scandal that forced Jim McGreevey to come out of the closet and resign.

This is a very complicated and bizarre case - too much to fully outline here - but thankfully New York Magazine published two fascinating features about the scandal.

JIM MCGREEVEY AND HIS MAIN MAN (September 2004)
http://nymag.com/nymetro/news/people/features/9874/
"Golan Cipel was only a plaything. It was developer Charles Kushner who speeded his passage through the swamps of New Jersey patronage politics—till Kushner was brought down in his own spectacular sex scandal."

Including one by McGreevey himself:
THE MAKING OF A GAY AMERICAN
http://nymag.com/news/politics/21340/index7.html

Some might look at all of this and say, "hmm...next time Louis J. Freeh volunteers to help us with National Security, maybe we'd just better say yes..."

^--(I'm aware of how reductive a stretch this is, given the complex nature of the scandal, but considering all the other bizarre shit we've dug up on these people...)

The more I read about Freeh, the more I retract my earlier judgments. This guy is THE PERFECT CANDIDATE to help unwind MtGox and find those 800,000+ BTC.

In fact, Freeh seems to be the motherfucking Batman of getting customers' money back:
http://www.nj.com/business/index.ssf/2013/06/mf_global_trustee_customers_du.html

That's right, Louis J. Freeh was selected to probe the absurd meltdown of MF Global, a prestigious Wall Street trading firm run by top Obama rainmaker (think dollar bills in strip clubs), er, "campaign bundler", Jon Corzine.

No need to read the whole article, for this closing line captures it all:

No one has been charged in the MF Global case. Federal regulators, Congress and a federal grand jury in Chicago have investigated MF Global's failure and the disappearance of customers' money.

Go over to zerohedge.com and search for "Jon Corzine" and you'll see what a lucky boy he's been. This former Goldman Sachs CEO / U.S. Senator literally bought his way onto the New Jersey governor's mansion after McGreevey's speedy departure in 2005. After losing re-election to Chris Christie in 2009, Corzine decided to continue his illustrious career of public service by slithering back through the Holland Tunnel into Wall Street, where he commenced to gamble wildly in the European bond markets.

Things got wild, you know how it goes...long story short, Corzine pulled a Karpeles and POOF! One day customer accounts were frozen. People were like WTF. Corzine was like, "ur moneys gone, l8r, JaJaJa". MF Global promptly filed for bankruptcy.

Thank the heavens that Louis J. Freeh was appointed to be MF Global's trustee by a bankruptcy judge. Freeh's the one who ultimately sued Corzine on behalf of the company's clients.

People were so excited. Corzine, the ultimate political insider, wasn't gonna get away with this, not when Detective Freehbird is on the case!

http://i.imgur.com/VtdtCsl.jpg

^-- we've heard that one before, haven't we?

Freeh was ready to kick some Wall Street ass. There was just one little thing before he got started...

wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424127887323420604578652451181350238

Former Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Louis J. Freeh wants a $1 million fee for success securing creditor recoveries in the bankruptcy wind-down of MF Global Holdings Ltd., the failed commodities firm led by former New Jersey Gov. Jon S. Corzine.

In a filing Monday with U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan, lawyers for Mr. Freeh said he brought "instant credibility" when he was assigned to serve as the firm's Chapter 11 trustee in Nov. 2011, shortly after the firm collapsed under the weight of its large bets on European debt.

Mr. Freeh's lawyers asked for the $1 million in addition to the more than $20 million billed by Mr. Freeh and his legal teams for their hourly work on the case.
Mr. Freeh's hourly rate is $900.

$900/hour! Sunlot Holdings Ltd is doing this takeover PROPER, amirite? Just how much monopoly money (or BTC from Gox...) are these boys playing around with?

With a bill like that, Freeh must have dug up every last shred of fraud going on at MF Global, right?

"No criminal charges were ever filed against Corzine, nor against JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs, who collectively managed some of MF's assets and were included in the civil suits."

Meanwhile, some unserious people would disagree with Freeh's "instant credibility"...
http://www.thenakedemperor.com/oligarch/louis-freeh

"You really have to admire the legal and law enforcement community in this country.  Take Louis Freeh.  Here is a guy that served in the Reagan Justice Department, was appointed to the Federal Bench by George H.W. Bush, and handpicked to head the FBI by President Bill Clinton.  I mean you are topping out on the charts of law enforcement in this country with that kind of pedigree.  And clearly there are expectations that come with that kind of background.

We could not have been happier when we found out that Louis Freeh was to be the Trustee of the MF Global bankruptcy.  That turned a potential hazard for the entire industry into a spectacular moneymaker…for us.

MF Global stole their clients’ funds and no one has been arrested yet.  The top law enforcement person in the country has been on the case for over 6 months and no one has been charged.  Try as he might, with paper trails everywhere and $1.6 billion dollars gone missing, he could not find out who did what.  But you know Louis Freeh was working really hard at it, along with the people he asked to stick around MF Global to help him sleuth this thing down.

That’s right– most of that team he assembled were the top guys from MF Global.  And if they couldn’t help Louis Free find the evidence of their own wrongdoing then who could?  I mean really?

And Louis wanted to reward them for their help in not solving the case—so he asked the bankruptcy judge to approve bonuses for these financial wizards.  And he wanted them paid right now—never mind that the MF Global clients hadn’t gotten their money back—nothing should keep one of us from our bonuses."


More from Nomi Prins: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/guest-post-audacity-bonuses-mf-global

I gotta say, Louis has a hell of a knack for narrowing the scope of high-profile crimes in just a way that they always appear isolated. It's always Lone Gunman and his Magic Bullet Band behind the curtain.

If one of the two cops on True Detective were Louis J. Freeh, the show would've lasted one episode.

Detective Louis Freeh: "Well you see, this one fat, evil hillbilly raped and murdered a young girl, and we caught him. Was anyone else involved? Are there other children still out there? Eh, who cares, lol. Case closed!"
All the pedos in America, in unison: "JajAjajaJaja"

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Next time on Troo Detective: Freehbird Rising...

In 2007, Freeh formed Freeh Group International Solutions,[36] a consulting and investigative firm headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware with regional offices in Washington DC and New York. Affiliated firms include Freeh Group Europe and the law firm Freeh, Sporkin & Sullivan, LLP. The latter firm includes Eugene R. Sullivan, a retired Federal Judge in Washington D.C. and Eugene R. Sullivan II amongst partners and Stanley Sporkin as senior counsel. Sporkin is a retired Federal judge who earlier served as head of the Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Enforcement and as general counsel to the Central Intelligence Agency.

And...

"In 2009, Louis Freeh was hired by Saudi Arabian Prince Bandar bin Sultan as his legal representative on issues surrounding the Al-Yamamah arms deal, appearing April 7, 2009 on the PBS series Frontline's episode "Black Money"."

http://www.pbs.org/frontlineworld/stories/bribe/2009/04/louis-freeh-interview.html

As the head of his own global consulting firm, Freeh Group International, Louis Freeh has been hired by Prince Bandar as his legal representative on issues surrounding the Al-Yamamah arms deal. Lowell Bergman interviewed Louis Freeh on March 19, 2009 about allegations -- that Freeh insists are untrue -- that his client received approximately $2 billion and a wide-body Airbus 340 from arms company BAE Systems as part of the massive arms contract.

Prince Bandar, who was until recently the Intelligence Chief of Saudi Arabia. His name recently popped up in connection with the Syrian civil war.

http://rt.com/op-edge/saudi-chemical-behind-syrian-attack-421/

"A report by Yahya Ababneh, which was contributed to by Dale Gavlak, has collected the testimonies of witnesses who say that  “certain rebels received chemical weapons via the Saudi intelligence chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, and were responsible for carrying out the gas attack.”

Until next time...JaJaJa



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I'm surprised nobody tried to bribe PG to back off. I guess he's not close enough yet.


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I'm surprised nobody tried to bribe PG to back off. I guess he's not close enough yet.

What if there was proof that Brock Pierce and Autumn Radtke once attended a function in which the Clintons, and the then unknown Barack Obama, among other notables, were also invited guess. Would that pique your interest?

What about bitcoins working their way into 401Ks and private funds? Yes, there are people who have 401Ks that never heard of bitcoins, yet their hard-earned dollars have indirectly purchased them. What if when the exchange rate for BTC goes up, their BTC positions are lowered via profit taking, but if the rate declines, the owners' funds reflect the lost, with new money injected into the funds for the next uptick.

Boy, would I love to have only .001% of that action. How 'bout you?
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I'm surprised nobody tried to bribe PG to back off. I guess he's not close enough yet.

What if there was proof that Brock Pierce and Autumn Radtke once attended a function in which the Clintons, and the then unknown Barack Obama, among other notables, were also invited guess. Would that pique your interest?

What about bitcoins working their way into 401Ks and private funds? Yes, there are people who have 401Ks that never heard of bitcoins, yet their hard-earned dollars have indirectly purchased them. What if when the exchange rate for BTC goes up, their BTC positions are lowered via profit taking, but if the rate declines, the owners' funds reflect the lost, with new money injected into the funds for the next uptick.

Boy, would I love to have only .001% of that action. How 'bout you?

You've already piqued my interested many posts ago. Sadly my interest holds little value in the grand scheme of things, and will do you little good. I do encourage you to keep digging. There's probably still many layers of dirt waiting to be exposed.


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I'm surprised nobody tried to bribe PG to back off. I guess he's not close enough yet.

What if there was proof that Brock Pierce and Autumn Radtke once attended a function in which the Clintons, and the then unknown Barack Obama, among other notables, were also invited guess. Would that pique your interest?

What about bitcoins working their way into 401Ks and private funds? Yes, there are people who have 401Ks that never heard of bitcoins, yet their hard-earned dollars have indirectly purchased them. What if when the exchange rate for BTC goes up, their BTC positions are lowered via profit taking, but if the rate declines, the owners' funds reflect the lost, with new money injected into the funds for the next uptick.

Boy, would I love to have only .001% of that action. How 'bout you?

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Please keep this coming!


Also 2 requests


1. Make a diagram linking all the parties together for whatever, much like a classic systems diagram.
2. Please consider forwarding this over to law enforcement agencies. I'm sure there are a few non corrupt ones that would love some of this info.

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