Former U.S. District Court Judge, Stanley Sporkin - The Judge Who Presided Over John St. Clair Akwei's Lawsuit Against The National Security Agency
"According to court transcripts, the initial judge had indicated in 1996 that it would be inappropriate to extend the seal [on the qui tam] without evidence and that unless evidence was produced he would not extend the seal again.
The case was then transferred to Judge Stanley Sporkin of the District of Columbia’s District Court. According to Uri Dowbenky, Sporkin “managed to illegally keep a qui tam lawsuit sealed for almost 4 years. That could be a ‘judicial’ record.” 
Sporkin had given multiple 60-day extensions to further investigate the allegations that he claimed were not limited to the False Claims Act limit of 60 days that applied to Department of Justice investigations, since the HUD Inspector General had independent subpoena power and chose to continue the investigation. 
Extending the qui tam in this highly dubious manner meant that it was kept sealed thus preventing Hamilton from responding to the allegations, and thus prolonged an elaborate ‘fishing expedition’ that would financially exhaust Hamilton Securities.
A significant background fact about Judge Sporkin was that he was the General Counsel for the CIA (1981-86) before being appointed as a federal judge to the District of Columbia District Court by Ronald Reagan in 1985.  Sporkin’s CIA background and the continued extensions of the qui tam case that had questionable legal standing and which was finally unsealed and dropped by a new Federal judge appointed to the case after Sporkin’s retirement in 2000 point to a CIA covert program to destroy Hamilton Securities.
One conclusion that emerges is that Fitts company was targeted since it threatened to undermine and even expose the way the CIA secretly extracted congressional appropriations from or laundered funds through HUD and other government agencies.  The CIA was using its unique legal status of being able to lawfully transfer Congressional appropriations or ‘laundered money’ through other federal government agencies, to fund projects administered by the intelligence community, and to destroy any individual or company that threatened to reveal such a process."
* Fitts refers to Catherine Austin Fitts, former Assistant HUD Secretary under the Bush 41 Administration, and once CEO of the now defunct Hamilton Securities Company. Many of you will remember Catherine's appearance as a whistleblower in Aaron Russo's documentary about the Federal Reserve System - IRS fraud, entitled: America Freedom To Fascism; which no doubt made Fitts many enemies within the Bush 41 crime syndicate - This crime syndicate was presided over by the elder George Herbert Walker Bush, as opposed to the Bush 43 crime syndicate which was presided over by Bush's idiot son, George W. Bush.
Editor's Note: On the surface, former U.S. District Court Judge, Stanley Sporkin would appear to have had an illustrious legal career, as is evidenced in his Wikipedia profile. However, upon closer inspection, Sporkin's career has largely served the interests of the U.S. Intelligence community, and at the expense of the American people.
Moreover this author, as well as myriad others would like to know exactly why Judge Sporkin did not try John St. Clair Akwei's lawsuit against the National Security Agency in 1992?
To this author's knowledge, there has never been evidence to suggest that John St. Clair Akwei's lawsuit against the NSA was actually ever tried. Specifically, this author hasn't been able to locate any verdict being rendered by Judge Sporkin; yet there have been numerous allegations that this lawsuit was either dismissed based on this Judge's opinion that it was frivolous, or subjected to a similar type of stalling tactic that Sporkin used in the Hamilton Securities' case listed above, which resulted in Hamilton Securities going bankrupt.
Did Judge Sporkin intentionally deploy such stalling tactics in order to keep John St. Clair Akwei's lawsuit against the NSA indefinitely sealed, as he did in regard to the Hamilton Securities' case listed above, in the hope that Akwei would deplete his finances before he could see this lawsuit to fruition?
Or did Sporken dismiss the case in efforts to discourage both Akwei and other government whistleblowers from filing future lawsuits against government agencies that have committed crimes against them?
One thing is for certain: Judge Sporken had absolutely no interest in hearing Akwei VS NSA, based on what he would have learned about the NSA when reading the contents of John St. Clair Akwei's lawsuit, and would have done everything within his power to ensure that a U.S. Jury never learned about Akwei's knowledge of the NSA's infrastructure.
Moreover, given the obvious way in which Sporken was used in which to obstruct justice in Ervin and Associates Inc. v. The Hamilton Securities Group (Qui Tam) , one must wonder if Judge Sporkin has in the past been used to derail many other cases which involved the U.S. Intelligence community, in order to conceal this community's crimes from the public?
What has been substantiated in regard to Akwei VS NSA, is that John St. Clair Akwei really does exist (as opposed to being a figment of our imaginations as some Intel provocateurs have suggested); that at one time Mr. Akwei was employed by the National Security Agency; that Mr. Akwei did in fact file a civil lawsuit against the National Security Agency in 1992 (Civil Action 92-0449) which Judge Sporkin was chosen to hear; and that this lawsuit resulted from the NSA's use of satellite based directed energy weaponry, which has been used to torture Mr. Akwei - by way of remote means - and oftentimes while Akwei was within the privacy of his own home.
Something this author can identify with based on my own first hand experience as a target of the NSA's Signals Intelligence EMF Scanning Network, and the aggressive means by which both the FBI and NSA have demonized my person in order to obscure their crimes from the public, while conducting what must be considered the most convoluted and illegal attempts to cover up crimes which include the use of this SIGNIT EMF Scanning Network.
An electronic surveillance system which has been used by the National Security Agency in which to secretly implement a national brain fingerprinting program in the United States.
The fact that Judge Sporkin was once general counsel for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, and as such may very well also have an indepth knowledge of the type of classified Signals Intelligence technology that agencies like the CIA and NSA covertly utilize on the U.S. population, had more than a little to do with Sporkin's dismissal of this case.
There's no question that Sporkin's former relationship as general counsel for the CIA makes him an asset of the organization, and involves a conflict of interest with any case that he would've heard regarding this Agency, during Sporkin's time as a federal judge. This conflict of interest might well have also applied to the entire U.S. Intelligence community, depending on the content of such lawsuits.
Moreover, it is entirely possible that as general counsel for the CIA, Judge Sporkin may have had to sign a security oath preventing him from disclosing any classified technology that he may have become privy to while working for the CIA.
As such, an excellent argument can certainly be made for Judge Sporkin's having been prejudiced by his association with the Intelligence community from the start, which should have automatically disqualified him from hearing lawsuits which involved the Intelligence community in the United States.
This also remains the most likely reason why a judge who's known for his stalling tactics was assigned to preside over AKWEI VS NSA in the first place.
Moreover, given such a conflict of interest, Judge Sporkin should have recused himself from presiding over Akwei VS NSA, citing his past *association with the U.S. Intelligence community, and allowed a judge who had no past relationship with this community to preside over John St. Clair Akwei's precedent setting lawsuit, in the interest of objectivity; as well as the American people's right to know that an electronic surveillance system has been implemented within the United States, and by the NSA, which involves the wireless brain fingerprinting of American citizens.
* If this is what former NSA agent Russell Tice was trying to tell the American people back in 2006, then it's no wonder why the Bush 43 White House sent the FBI after Tice in efforts to neutralize him, before he could expose this scandal, and corroborate the information that John Akwei had attempted to have entered into evidence more than a decade earlier, at the trial that Judge Stanley Sporkin was chosen to preside over.
** Judge Sporkin should have also recused himself from the case regarding Hamilton Securities since the case involved the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, and Sporkin had a prior working relationship with the CIA, acting as general counsel for the Agency in the 1980's.
In fact, in the case regarding Ervin and Associates Inc. v The Hamilton Securities Group (Qui Tam), it is apparent that Judge Sporkin was used by the CIA in which to help bankrupt Hamilton Securities through the filing of a bogus lawsuit, by keeping the, case sealed indefinitely and allowing for an 'open ended fishing expedition' of this company, knowing that Ervin and Associates did not have grounds for a legitimate lawsuit against this organization. This became clear when Sporkin retired from the bench in 2000, and the federal judge who succeeded him unsealed the case that Ervin and Associates claimed to have against Hamilton Securities, only to then drop the lawsuit.
If this lawsuit contained anything substantive against Hamilton Securities the new judge would not have dismissed it; something Sporkin should have done long before Hamilton Securities was forced into bankruptcy.
Moreover, Sporkin's presiding over the case given the CIA's covert involvement in it, was a clear conflict of interest given his prior relationship with the CIA, and that the head of Hamilton Security's Catherine Austin Fitts, had been attempting to blow the whistle regarding crimes which she had observed the CIA committing.
Judge Sporkin has certainly perpetrated a similar crime in regard to John St. Clair Akwei's lawsuit against the National Security Agency, by either stonewalling it in an attempt to bankrupt Akwei, so that Sporkin would not have had to allow a jury to see the evidence which Akwei had compiled based on his knowledge of the NSA's infrastructure, or by dismissing the case as quickly as possible for the same exact reason.
Either way, Sporkin obstructed justice, by aiding and abetting the NSA's crimes against the American people, which this spy agency continues to obscure under the cover of National Security.
So much for U.S. Judges being impartial when many of them are used to pervert the criminal justice system in order to protect an intelligence community that since its inception has been used to deceive the American people.
Especially since John Akwei was attempting to expose the secretive implementation by the NSA, of a national brain fingerprinting program in the United States.
Moreover, in utilizing the empirical dictum, Occam's Razor (the simplest solution is usually the right one), one must conclude that if the NSA can electronically target and track the unique brain fingerprint of every citizen within the United States, then at some point in time the NSA must have developed the technology in which to electronically brain fingerprint the entire U.S. population; while secretly implementing a national brain fingerprinting program perpetrated by way of the agency's Signals Intelligence EMF Scanning Network.
Furthermore, Judge Sporkin was nominated by none other than President Ronald Reagan, to preside over the United States District Court for the District Of Columbia in 1985. And it was Reagan who signed the very Executive Order (12333) which allowed for the NSA's deployment of its Signals Intelligence EMF Scanning Network in the early 1980's - this is the time period in which John St. Clair Akwei has stated that the NSA began using its Signals Intelligence EMF Scanning Network as an adjunct to its covert spying of the American people.
Judge Sporkin's presiding over Akwei VS NSA represents a definite conflict of interest with regard to the fact that Sporkin had a prior working relationship with the U.S. Intelligence community, and as a matter of ethics, should never have been allowed to preside over a lawsuit which involved the U.S. Intelligence community.
This becomes especially noteworthy given that Judge Sporkin was chosen to preside over what (based on its disturbing content) is clearly the most important lawsuit in American history (one that involves the U.S. Intelligence community's use of classified technology in which to illegally conduct domestic spying activities), in spite of his past ties to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.
Moreover, Stanley Sporkin's nomination to the bench was made by a President (Ronald Reagan) who had four years earlier, signed the Executive Order (EO 12333) which allowed for the implementation of a national brain fingerprinting program in the United States, which is as previously stated, has already been documented by John St. Clair Akwei in his 1992 lawsuit against the National Security Agency.
Specifically, Akwei refers to the National Security Agency's Signals Intelligence EMF Scanning Network and the NSA's ability to instantly identify and track by way of wireless means, the unique brain fingerprint of every American citizen.
Furthermore, the NSA's ability to accomplish this is clearly dependent on the use of some type of *brain fingerprinting technology that is not only unconstitutional, but also being used in order to destroy the American citizenry's inherent rights to privacy and due process of law, under the 4Th, 5Th and 6Th Amendments to the U.S. Bill Of Rights.
* For quite sometime, this author has maintained the opinion that the NSA utilizes a wireless form of functional magnetic resonance imaging technology (fMRI) in order to remotely access the brains of American citizens (what John Akwei refers to as the remote neural monitoring via computer to brain interface of such targeted citizens), whom the Agency places under illegal electronic surveillance, while circumventing the U.S. Bill of Rights 4Th Amendment to privacy as well as the 5Th and 6Th Amendment rights to due process of law.
And that the current debate over the use of a direct form of fMRI via electrodes, which are attached to the human brain, is nothing but a deceptive piece of propaganda being used by the U.S. Intelligence community, in order to force the public to accept this technology, so that the Intel community can eventually grandfather in all of the brainscans of American citizens that it has illegally obtained over the past few decades, and as the direct result of a wireless type of fMRI technology which the National Security Agency continues to secretly deploy against the American people via the Agency's Signals Intelligence EMF Scanning Network.
Something essentially akin to legalizing the decades of warrantless domestic spying which up until the passage of the Patriot Act, Intel agencies like the CIA, FBI and NSA had been illegally conducting since their inception.
Article On The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's Black Budget & The Lengths To Which The CIA Will Go To Cover-Up Its Trail Of Dirty Money
Through his history of complicity in such government cover ups, Stanley Sporkin has clearly proven himself to be an asset of the U.S Intelligence community's - both a lawyer and former justice who would protect the Intelligence community's secrecy and criminal activities at any cost, while ensuring that the American people never learn about these crimes.
There's also the question regarding the overlap between Judge Sporkin's serving as CIA general counsel at the same time that he was also serving as a judge in the District Court Of the District Of Columbia - the years 1985 and 1986.
Moreover, there can be virtually no doubt that choosing Judge Sporkin to preside over John St. Clair Akwei's lawsuit against the NSA, was the NSA's insurance that Akwei's case would never be heard, and that the NSA would remain able to conduct such predation via its EMF Scanning Network without the public's knowledge.
However, John Akwei would settle the score with Sporkin and the NSA four years later when he published the shocking contents of his lawsuit in an April 1996 Issue of Nexus Magazine, thus for the first time in history, publicly exposing the NSA's Signals Intelligence operations, and its secret implementation of a national brain fingerprinting program which is being deployed against the American people.
Prior to this it was writer James Bamford who was considered to be the real expert on the NSA's secretive activities; however, Bamford has turned out to be more of a propagandist for the NSA, while John St. Clair Akwei has proven to be the most devastating whistleblower the NSA has ever faced.
As for Stanley Sporkin, this CIA asset presently heads the ombudsman program for the American branch of the British Petroleum Corporation; a House of Rothschild holding.
Sporkin is also a member of the Gavel Group, a consulting firm which includes the following board of consultants:
The Hon. Louis J. Freeh - Former FBI Director
The Hon. William S. Sessions - Former FBI Director
The Hon. Stanley Sporkin - Former Circuit Court Judge - Reagan Nominee
The Hon. Kenneth W. Starr - Former Independent White House Counsel That Investigated The Death Of Vince Foster & Bill And Hillary Clinton's Association With White Water Investments
The Hon. Eugene R. Sullivan - Former Chief Justice Of The U.S. Court Of Appeals - Reagan Nominee
The Hon. William H. Webster -- Currently Chairman Of The Homeland Security Advisory Council
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Stanley Sporkin (born February 7, 1932) is a former judge of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. He was nominated to the seat vacated by Judge June Lazenby Green on April 5, 1985 by President Ronald Reagan, and was confirmed by the Senate on December 16; he received his commission the next day. He assumed senior status on February 12, 1999, and retired on January 15, 2000.
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sporkin received an A.B. from Pennsylvania State University in 1953, and an LL.B. from Yale Law School in 1957. He was a clerk for U.S. District Court Judge Caleb M. Wright from 1957 to 1960 and for Judge Paul Conway Leahy in 1960.
He was in private practice in Washington, D.C. in 1960-1961, and worked for the Securities and Exchange Commission from 1961 to 1981; he was director of the Division of Enforcement from 1974 to 1981. From 1981 to 1986, he was general counsel to the Central Intelligence Agency. In 1979, Sporkin was awarded the President's Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service.
Currently, Sporkin is a member of the Gavel Consulting Group, a private consultancy that consists of several former federal judges and high-ranking government officials. He is in charge of the BP America Ombudsman Team.
2.^ Sporkin Presidential Award PDF
3.^ Ombudsman Program
"Catherine Austin Fitts is still trying to figure out what happened. Her company, Hamilton Securities, Inc., was the lead financial advisor to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Hamilton was hired to manage the sales of $10 billion worth of mortgages on houses, apartment buildings and nursing homes.
By all accounts, Hamilton's new program was a resounding success. In fact, the HUD loan sales program team was even given a Hammer Award for Excellence in Re-engineering Government by Vice President Al Gore's Reinventing Government Initiative. By cutting red tape and improving the resale value of HUD owned mortgages, Hamilton Securities was a case study of a public-private partnership that saved US taxpayers lots of money. Until... The firm was ambushed by a series of lawsuits, audits and unsubstantiated rumors which destroyed the business."