Tuesday, December 30, 2008

The FBI's Hidden EVIL -- Proof That Like Military Intelligence & The CIA, The FBI Also Funds Illegal Black Operations Which Result In BlowBack

The following is a particularly nasty story in regard to an FBI funded black operation which resulted in the rape of a woman and a myriad of illegal activities funded by the FBI. As usual, the TEFLON FBI used its connections within the U.S. media to hide this story as they have myriad others which place the Bureau in the well deserved light in which it should be seen in.

Furthermore, the FBI is proof of what happens to an organization when it's allowed to operate with virtually complete autonomy, yet none of the checks and balances that are required to keep the agency honest. The U.S. Congress has been completely irresponsible in its monitoring of the FBI through the Department Of Justice; no doubt the result of many compromised politicians whom the FBI and possibly other Intel agencies are controlling through the use of blackmail.

What you end up with is an organization that becomes incorrigible and which must be abolished.

Which explains why we have these miscreant agents from within the NSA and FBI remotely tracking us by way of our own bio electromagnetic fields, while torturing us through the use of directed energy weapons. These agents are anathema to the Constitutional rule of law in this country and as such, the enemy of the American people.

How long is it going to take for the American people to wise up and realize that the NSA has electronically branded the entire U.S. population into its computer database by way of their own unique bio electromagnetic fields in order to keep track of them by way of satellite tracking/mind reading systems like Echelon and Tempest?

You have two choices here: either you fight to expose this technology, or you willfully end up becoming enslaved by it.

Moreover, the sooner the citizens in this country begin to realize how they have been betrayed, the sooner they can take the proper course in restoring our Constitutional Republic and eradicating the traitors within this government who've deceived them. There are a great many of them.

Editor's notation: The following account is based on documentation from the Freedom Of Information Act. It does contain objectionable language and adult content which may be unsuitable for some readers.

Source: The Border Reporter

by Michael Marizco
Border Reporter August 2, 2007 at 09:17 am

I’ve been waiting a long time for this story, first hearing about it back in 2004. The Freedom of Information Act request I filed a year ago finally came in.

The largest corruption sting in the history of the FBI started with a corrupt Arizona National Guard employee who told undercover FBI agents he could not only run fix test results for recruits but use his uniform and military vehicle to run cocaine for them.

I’m going to play this straight, leaving the vitriol and the blame-game for others. The sources I cited for this story include a Freedom of Information Act request I filed last summer with the Office of Inspector General, and the letter U.S. Attorney Paul Charlton sent to the FBI Director in Phoenix.

Both documents detail what happened in a Las Vegas hotel room five years ago, a party thrown by the FBI for a group of cocaine runners living it up big-time, a possible rape, the ensuing cover-up by the FBI and the scandal that rocked the Justice Department.

The case was called Operation Lively Green. In the military, it was called Operation Desert Blue. It was the biggest corruption sting the FBI had ever run. Soldiers, airmen, cops, prison guards, anybody with a uniform and access to an official vehicle all happy to run a load of blow for what they thought was a drug cartel. It was the kind of career-making investigation federal career agents dream of. The kind that drive promotions, awards, good guy versus bad, headlines and recognition for a job well done.

It ended up turning into a fiasco, one that was silenced by Washington D.C., whom, it appears, now wishes the whole thing will just go away.

In late 2001, the FBI got wind that a military recruiter, Darius Perry, claimed he could fix the results of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Test for recruits.

Oh yeah? What else can you do? an agent must have asked.

He also told the agents that he would help run cocaine using his uniform and his military vehicle.

In January, 2002, Perry and another recruiter ran 11 kilograms of FBI cocaine from Nogales to Tucson. More than 70 others, including military police from Oklahoma, a Nogales parking enforcement officer, a port inspector from the Mariposa port of entry and federal and Arizona prison guards all joined in, hungry for the chance at $1,500 a load.

Three confidential informants were used by the FBI: Frank Arvizu, his brother Armando Arvizu and Hal Turner.

In October 2002, the FBI had 11 targeted officials run cocaine from Arizona to Las Vegas. Frank, Armando and Hal were in on the sting.

Each of the targets received a partial payment for their services from the undercover FBI agents on October 16, 2002. The rest of the money would be paid the next day.

As part of the scam, the FBI had arranged for a stay in the Presidential Suite at the MGM Grand Hotel in Vegas. Frank, Hal, Armando and six of the targets were in the suite at different times.

Three federal prosecutors got wind of the sexual assault of a prostitute in the room. They sat down with Frank on March 18, 2004, asking him if there was anything they should know about what happened in the suite.

Frank spilled the beans.

Armando and two of the targets, Ronrico Allen and Derrek Curry, had gone out to some strip clubs. They picked a woman up and brought her back to the suite. She agreed to bang Armando and two of the targets for $100 each. Frank says he left to gamble downstairs in the lobby.

When he returned, he saw the woman. She was bent over a chair and looked like she had passed out. Armando was naked behind the woman. Allen and Curry were naked behind him. I presume they were pulling a train on her but Frank told prosecutors he didn’t know if any of them had hooked up with the woman before he came into the room.


Meanwhile, the party continued.

One of the targets had arranged with the chauffeur to bring some hookers to the room. Three black hookers were brought up to the suite; the girls walked up to one of the upstairs bathrooms, started hooking up with each other, then with the targets. At one point, Frank kicked down $80 so Hal, the other informant, could have a turn with one of the girls.

The party picked up.

Then the college-aged girls were brought up. One of the targets gave them some liquor that the butler had brought up to the suite. The girls took one look at the orgy going on in the Jacuzzi and left.Yet another hooker was brought up to the room; a prostitute named Sage. Sage hooked up with the targets, who paid her several hundred dollars from the money the undercover FBI agents had given them.Sage told one of the men to take the passed-out girl out of the room. The girl wouldn’t leave, Sage gets in her face, telling her if she didn’t, she’d beat her up.

That girl had a cop come to the door to recover her purse. The cop took the purse and left.


Frank has said he didn’t hook up with anyone. But at some point during the party, both he and Armando took out their cocks, sticking them in the ear and by the mouth of the passed-out woman. Pictures were taken.

It had happened before. During the meeting with prosecutors, Frank told them how he had gone to Mexico with Hal and one of the targets; they were only there to entertain the target.

March 22, 2004. The prosecutors meet with Armando and Frank. Frank tells the Feds how he had woken Hal up so he could watch the hookers getting it on in the Jacuzzi.

Armando confirmed his brother’s account but told prosecutors the woman draped over the chair was not passed out.

Later that day, the Feds brought Hal Turner up for questioning.
Hal is careful, telling the Feds he was outside gambling in the lobby with Frank. He says when he returned, the woman was draped over a chair, naked, her butt in the air, her anus red and enlarged.

He saw Armando and two targets lined up behind the woman as though they “were going back for seconds.”
He says he checked her pulse to make sure she was still alive. Frank and Armando were jacking off over the woman’s body, he said.

A wiretap of the Oct. 22 conversation between two of the targets, Hal Turner and Ronrico Allen, was transcribed:
Hal: I about abandoned ship that night because I went over and touched that and made sure she still had a pulse. I was ready to start wipin’ my prints off of everything.”

Allen: “I touched that bitch’s arm, her body was ice cold. I thought this bitch … “

Hal: “You touched more than that.” (Laughing)

March 26, 2002. The FBI provides two videotapes shot that October day in the suite. Frank demonstrates for the FBI undercover agents how one of the women was slumped over the chair. There is talk of whores, of people being “buck-naked.”

The second videotape shows the FBI agents making the payments.
One of the targets suggests that the passed-woman knew what was happening to her; he says she asked, “is that so wrong?” when someone said she was trying to get money.
Other voices are heard on the video: “I checked to see if the bitch was breathing.”
“All of you are going to jail.”
“Bitch half dead.”
“She should get an Oscar.”
“Two men in line by the woman.”
Darius Perry says: “Fuck all the whores you want.”
Another male voice: “Even if they are passed out.”
Another: “(Armando) gets up and bitch looks dead.”


According to the letter that Charlton wrote to FBI Director Charlene Thornton, no reference was ever made about the sexual misconduct by the men, the sodomy of the passed-out woman, the masturbating over her body, none of it, except for one interesting side-note. Apparently Darius Perry admonished the others who were present in the room for their unprofessional behavior.

The FBI case agent, Tim Jacobson, never told prosecutors about the misconduct. He never told the other Feds a rape may have occurred in the hotel room.

As a matter of fact, Jacobson tried to cover it up, telling an assistant U.S. Attorney there was a fight in the room and that some of the targets had rented hookers. No mention was made of the orgy, the sexual assault on the passed-out woman and most importantly, the photos of the snitches placing their cocks at the woman’s face.

“Based on these facts,” Charlton wrote in his letter, “the United States Attorney’s Office does not concur in the use of Frank Arvizu, Armando Arvizu and Hal Turner in any ongoing investigations. Our office will not prosecute any additional cases involving any of these individuals until the circumstances of the October 16, 2002, incident in Las Vegas are fully investigated.”

The FOIA says that one of the FBI agents in Operation Lively Green told prosecutors that he was aware of the federal laws stating that illegal behavior by snitches has to be reported. But, according to the document, “he did not give the events of 10/17/02 much thought and did not feel they were serious.”

Here’s the kicker: more than 60 public officials, prison guards, cops, federal agents, U.S. Army soldiers, Air Force airmen (and women) were popped in Operation Lively Green. Sixty-seven I believe.

A Justice Department official familiar with the investigation tells me, “There was no end to it. More and more people kept agreeing to run cocaine for eff-bee. The whole thing was finally shut down.”

Those accused were given sweetheart deals, five years maximum for running as much as 60 kilograms of cocaine.

According to sentencing guidelines, the lowest sentence for 10 pounds, 4 kilos of cocaine, is ten years. And that’s without enhancement for acting under “color of authority.”

Assistant U.S. Attorney Jim Lacey put it best, paraphrased in the Office of Inspector General report I received, “these acts constitute criminal activity on behalf of the CW (confidential witnesses) and subjects.

AUSA Lacey believed that the subject’s defense team would have received all the information about the events in Las Vegas and feared that the DOJ and FBI could be viewed as engaging in misconduct as the defense might argue that the DOJ and FBI knew or should have known a rape of the stripper took place and the FBI and DOJ did nothing about it.”

That’s what happened, faithful reader.

Under the rules of disclosure, the defense attorneys needed to have been told their clients were part of a rape investigation – if there were a rape investigation.

The FBI decided to cover it up. I’m told that one of the FBI case agents told either one of the Arvizus or Turner to “dump those fucking pictures and I don’t want to know anything more about it.”

The defense attorneys were told about the allegations, even shown the proof, but the proof was never given to them. Instead, sweet deals were offered up, five years, provided nobody talks.

The FOIA goes on, page 20:

Special Agent XXX (the OIG blocked out the name) stated that after the debriefing, he began to hear jokes and banter from other FBI agents in reference to the CWs and subjects behavior in the early morning hours of 10.17.02. He heard that there was an orgy, that prostitutes were present, that both CWs and subjects were naked and a fight broke out and someone’s nose was broken, and that a police officer reported to the PS but took no action.

He says, “Although the CWs were present, no clear allegation arose which linked the CWs involvement in the crime of prostitution or any other felony crime. … I thought these general conversations, banter, and jokes were just unsubstantiated talk.”

The FBI tried to defend itself, quite cleverly too.

According to the OIG report:
The FBI agent saw a photo of a naked white woman sitting in a chair. He couldn’t tell if she was conscious. He never told anyone to throw out the photos. He couldn’t remember, but the snitches may have discussed a woman being passed out, a line of men behind her.

He doesn’t believe he did anything wrong.

The OIG dropped the case, saying they did not believe the FBI agent did anything wrong, nor did the agent know the women in the room were hookers, much less that any informants had raped one of the women.

Case closed.

For updates on this story, go to BorderReporter.com

Also see the following:

In the early 1970's an FBI office was broken into and files which documented its illegal and unconstitutional COINTELPRO operations were mailed to the media, who immediately took to the airwaves to document this betrayal by the FBI of the American people.

However, a short time later the Watergate Scandal regarding then President Richard Nixon occurred, completely overshadowing the FBI's complicity in these crimes. There has been speculation for many decades that the FBI (together with the CIA) helped to engineer the Watergate break- in for several reasons, including taking the heat off the FBI, as well as later creating the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA); which while on the surface would be used to combat the trafficking of illegal drugs, would in reality be used to protect the CIA's own drug trafficking operations, while removing its competition, and allowing for the creation of open ended investigations on people whom the CIA considered to be possible threats to their activities --including certain U.S. politicians and judges.

There can be little doubt that if the American media were in the present alerted to a similar type of scandal to the one which tarnished the FBI back in 1971, that they would simply ignore the information today. We have already seen how the media in this country has helped to completely obfuscate the facts behind the original attacks on 9-11 in 1993, the FBI's coverup in the 1995 Murrah Building bombing and 1996 missile attack on TWA Flight 800, as well as the complete media blackout in regard to legitimate concerns that Americans continue to have with the egregious lack of candor in regard to the 9-11 attacks that the current presidential administration and U.S. Congress are complicit in.

Unfortunately, in the present day, the FBI is far more dangerous than they were when the following news item was published. Especially when taking into account the satellite based predation that the Bureau is capable of perpetrating in the modern day. If there is one aspect to this situation that is becoming crystal clear, it's that the more the FBI continues to infringe on the privacy of American citizens (especially the FBI's violations of the 1St and 4TH Amendments), the more aggressive these citizens are going to become in defending their rights under the U.S. Constitution. And if needed, Americans will begin to enforce their 2ND Amendment rights in order to protect their 1ST and 4TH Amendment Rights.

In this case, sayings like "protected by Smith and Wesson" may become more common in this country than they have in over a Century. Intel likes to maintain an extremely unfair advantage over the rest of us while obliterating the U.S. Bill of Rights. Especially when one considers its computer to brain link/remote neural monitoring of our persons by means of Echelon and Tempest. This situation has beome intolerable and must be confronted, since it is Intel that is operating criminally here.

From the Los Angeles Times
A break-in to end all break-ins
In 1971, stolen FBI files exposed the government's domestic spying program.
By Allan M. Jalon
ALLAN M. JALON is a longtime contributor to The Times and other publications on issues of culture and media.
March 8, 2006

THIRTY-FIVE YEARS ago today, a group of anonymous activists broke into the small, two-man office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Media, Pa., and stole more than 1,000 FBI documents that revealed years of systematic wiretapping, infiltration and media manipulation designed to suppress dissent.

The Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI, as the group called itself, forced its way in at night with a crowbar while much of the country was watching the Muhammad Ali-Joe Frazier fight. When agents arrived for work the next morning, they found the file cabinets virtually emptied.

Within a few weeks, the documents began to show up mailed anonymously in manila envelopes with no return address in the newsrooms of major American newspapers. When the Washington Post received copies, Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell asked Executive Editor Ben Bradlee not to publish them because disclosure, he said, could "endanger the lives" of people involved in investigations on behalf of the United States.
Nevertheless, the Post broke the first story on March 24, 1971, after receiving an envelope with 14 FBI documents detailing how the bureau had enlisted a local police chief, letter carriers and a switchboard operator at Swarthmore College to spy on campus and black activist groups in the Philadelphia area.

More documents went to other reporters Tom Wicker received copies at his New York Times office; so did reporters at the Los Angeles Times and to politicians including Sen. George McGovern of South Dakota and Rep. Parren J. Mitchell of Maryland.

To this day, no individual has claimed responsibility for the break-in. The FBI, after building up a six-year, 33,000-page file on the case, couldn't solve it.

But it remains one of the most lastingly consequential (although underemphasized) watersheds of political awareness in recent American history, one that poses tough questions even today for our national leaders who argue that fighting foreign enemies requires the government to spy on its citizens. The break-in is far less well known than Daniel Ellsberg's leak of the Pentagon Papers three months later, but in my opinion it deserves equal stature.

Found among the Media documents was a new word, "COINTELPRO," short for the FBI's "secret counterintelligence program," created to investigate and disrupt dissident political groups in the U.S. Under these programs, beginning in 1956, the bureau worked to "enhance the paranoia endemic in these circles," as one COINTELPRO memo put it, "to get the point across there is an FBI agent behind every mailbox."

The Media documents along with further revelations about COINTELPRO in the months and years that followed made it clear that the bureau had gone beyond mere intelligence-gathering to discredit, destabilize and demoralize groups many of them peaceful, legal civil rights organizations and antiwar groups that the FBI and Director J. Edgar Hoover found offensive or threatening.

For instance, agents sought to persuade Martin Luther King Jr. to kill himself just before he received the Nobel Prize. They sent him a composite tape made from bugs planted illegally in his hotel rooms when he was entertaining women other than his wife and threatened to make it public. "King, there is one thing left for you to do. You know what it is," FBI operatives wrote in their anonymous letter. Under COINTELPRO, the bureau also targeted actress Jean Seberg for having made a donation to the Black Panther Party.

The fragile actress ultimately committed suicide after a gossip nugget based on a FBI wiretap was leaked to the L.A. Times and published. The item, suggesting that the father of the baby she was carrying was a Black Panther rather than her French writer-husband, turned out to be wrong.

The sheer reach of a completely politicized FBI was one of the most frightening revelations of the Media documents.

Underground newspapers were targeted. Students (and their professors) were targeted. Celebrities were targeted. The Communist Party of the U.S.A., the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the Student Non-Violent Organizing Committee, the Black Panther Party, the Women's Strike for Peace all were targeted. "Neutralize them in the same manner they are trying to destroy and neutralize the U.S.," one memo said.

Eventually, the COINTELPRO memos some from Media and some unearthed later prompted hearings led by Rep. Don Edwards of California and by Sen. Frank Church of Idaho on intelligence agency abuses. In the mid-1970s, the wayward agency began finally to be reined in.

It is tragic when people lose faith in their government to the extent that they feel they must break laws to expose corruption.

But a war that had been started and sustained by lies had gone on for years. And a government had betrayed its citizens, manipulating their fear to strengthen its grip on power.

Today, again, many people worry that their government may be on the road to subverting its own ideals. I hope that the commemoration of those unknown activists being held today in Media, Pa., will serve as a reminder that fighting for democracy abroad must remain more than merely an excuse to weaken civil liberties at home.

Copyright 2006 Los Angeles Times
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