Friday, April 20, 2018

Redacted Memos Of Ex-FBI Director James Comey & Other Secret Letters

Related imageLet me see if I got this straight.

Comey sent secret memos to a friend that he admitted to in a congressional hearing, where Goodlatte formally requested Rosenstein to turn over but missed his deadline because he was too busy redacting, which validates everything Comey said in the House Judiciary and dismisses the allegations against him, that can now be entered into the congressional record as evidence in future legal proceedings.


Now, if I am on the right track in my assumptions, that would mean a standard, now set, can be applied to other officials who have turned over "secret letters" to federal law enforcement officials, to refute allegations made against them.


I wonder if this means my blog is entered into the record as evidence?

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4/20 - Legally Kidnapped Report for April 20th, 2018

The official podcast of and the only place to get your daily dose of the LK Report on what is going on in the Child Protection Industry.

Remember, it can happen to you.

Links to all sources may be found at Legally Kidnapped and

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Day 184.3. Pelosi Connections To Port of Baltimore - Basmati Rice.

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Day 184.1 Did Pelosi Have Awans Exfiltrate Secrets To Iran and NoKo?

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Day 184.2. Has Awan’s NukeBerry Code Been Cracked?

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Thursday, April 19, 2018

DHHS DARPA Brett Giroir Sucks - Senate Slams For Medicaid Fraud In Pharmaceuticals, Child Welfare, Opioids & Trafficking Tiny Humans

Why do we have a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) military official running the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services?

This should be terrifying.

I only say because he is not responding to the Senate grilling on lack of oversight in Medicare and Medicaid funding the pharmaceutical industry and its role in opioids.

HHS refused to respond to Debbie Stabenow about reducing the pricing of Suboxone. He refused to agree to reducing the price that was $1 in 2005 which is now a 4000% increase in price, with new presidential mandates that law enforcement carries it.

The Senators are going after the Medicaid grant funding to NGO programs where nothing really reaches the people.

There was a question about the Families First Act providing assistance to families, like it was designed to do, that has never happened, so the children are not Legally Kidnapped and put into Foster Care and Adoption programs, that are funded through NGO programs where nothing really reaches the people.

Senators just dropped "fraud & abuse" and asked how come HHS is not reporting it to CMS for investigation.

HHS just sat there.

Damn, Claire McCaskill just slammed Giroir for not doing anything about going after these pharmaceutical companies for fraud & abuse, and she even called the corporations out as being greedy from people dying.

She asked for an immediate rule to go after pharmaceuticals for Medicaid fraud; HHS grunted.

Dean Heller just put him on the hot seat asking about school, education youth programs for prevention.

Giroir kicked the responsibility to the states on how they procure services, which are privatized, and had could not respond to the child welfare component.

I keep watching to see if his sidekick Brandt is mannequin puppet because she is on point when it comes to dancing around an answer with him.

She is clueless and only follows orders.

Her tag line "this is something we have been looking at and believe a potential good tool..." I should have taken a tally on how many times she used this line.

Yes, she needs to go.

Griroir's response to what HHS is doing about child welfare services..."this is something we have been looking at and believe a potential good tool..."

I do not have a law degree so I have no Code of Ethics but my own of which to adhere, so...

Admiral Brett Giroir sucks.

Check his finances and past projects, he has deep privatization and child welfare background.

Here is a link to the hearing because C-SPAN blocked me.

ADM Brett P. Giroir, M.D.

ADM Brett P. Giroir, M.D.
Assistant Secretary for Health (ASH)
HHS Office of the Secretary
ADM Brett P. Giroir, M.D., was sworn in as Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on February 15, 2018. The Assistant Secretary for Health leads development of HHS-wide public health policy recommendations, oversees 11 core public health offices — including the Office of the Surgeon General and the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, which has approximately 6,500 uniformed health officers who serve in nearly 600 locations around the world to promote, protect and advance the health and safety of our nation and our world. He also oversees three Presidential and 11 Secretarial advisory committees.
Dr. Giroir is a physician, scientist and innovator. He is a former medical school executive and biotech startup CEO, and has served in a number of leadership positions in the federal government as well as academia.

From 2014-2015, Dr. Giroir chaired the Veteran’s Choice Act Blue Ribbon Panel to reform the U.S. Veterans Health System. During the Ebola emergency, he directed the Texas Task Force on Infectious and Disease Preparedness Response.

He was executive vice president and CEO of Texas A&M’s Health Science Center from 2013-2015, having earlier served as vice chancellor of strategic initiatives (2011-2013) and vice chancellor for research (2008-2011) for the entire Texas A&M University system. A pediatric critical care physician and a former member of the American Board of Pediatrics, Dr. Giroir cared for critically ill children for 14 years, and was the first chief medical officer of Children's Medical Center of Dallas (now Children's Health). He was also a professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center from 1993-2003, and held a number of positions in academic and hospital leadership.

Dr. Giroir has had a significant federal portfolio. He directed the Defense Sciences Office of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) from 2006-2008. In this capacity, he worked regularly with the White House, Congress, and NIH, CDC, DHS and CIA leadership on national priorities, strategies and programs. He joined the office in 2004 as deputy director, and between 1998 and 2004, was a member of the Defense Sciences Research Council.

Dr. Giroir has authored or co-authored almost 100 peer-reviewed scientific publications and holds patents on a number of biomedical inventions. He is the recipient of numerous honors and awards, including the U.S. Secretary of Defense Medal for Outstanding Public Service, the American Heart Association’s President Lyndon Baines Johnson Research Award and the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Annual Scientific Award. He was the nation’s high school debate champion in 1978. He received a bachelor’s degree in biology from Harvard University in 1982 and a medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (Dallas) in 1986.
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The Origins of Privatization: Charlotte Iserbyt · Secret Societies - It Started In Michigan

Charlotte Iserbyt talks about her history in privatization and how the model was started in Michigan child welfare.

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All About Nomination Petitions: M.L. Elrich Asks Andre Spivey About His Detroit City Council Election

This sounds sooooooooo extremely familiar.

We have an action of fraudulent petition signature certification as grounds to remove a public official from office.

Quo Warranto?

This would give indication that there are a few questionable activities going on in the Detroit Clerk's Office and the Michigan Office of Attorney General.

This has happened before and it is deeper than you think.

It looks like a trail of breadcrumbs.

I think M.L. Elrich knows stuff.

Petition signature questions dog Detroit councilman Andre Spivey

 - A veteran Detroit politician couldn't get enough voters to sign his petition to get on the Michigan ballot.

City Councilman Andre Spivey came very close to becoming and ex-Detroit city councilman, and if election officials had caught on to Spivey's scheme, his council career could have ended a year ago.
M.L. Elrick: "We'll wait all day for the truth."

Spivey: "Good."

Elrick: "Why won't you talk to us about your bogus petitions?"

Andre Spivey doesn't want to talk about his nominating petitions, those boring old pieces of paper that every candidate must get signed to get on the ballot.

Elrick: "Sir, why won't you just talk to us? Why are you so afraid?"

To understand why the councilman is so reluctant to talk, you have to go back one year to April 20th, 2017, to be exact.

That was the day Spivey learned he did not submit enough valid petition signatures to get on the ballot. So instead of letting his city council career end so ignominiously, Spivey withdrew from the race.

But Spivey still wanted a third term on council, so he didn't give up. With only five days left until the deadline to get back into the race, Spivey claims he placed his fate in the hands of 82-year-old Barbara Herron.

And, if you believe Spivey's records, Ms. Herron knocked on doors for four days straight, collecting more than 400 signatures for Spivey. That seemed like an awful lot of signatures for one person to collect in so little time, but I'm no expert in these matters, so I turned to someone who is.

"Four-hundred signatures in four days would be extremely strenuous," said Mark Grebner.

Grebner is with Practical Political Consulting and one of the most respected campaign consultants in Michigan.

"There must have been more than one person involved," Grebner said.

Grebner helped expose the petition fraud that ended Congressman Thaddeus McCotter's career and led to criminal charges against several of McCotter's staff members back in 2012.

To get on the ballot, Spivey needed 300 signatures from registered voters who live in his district. Grebner does not believe that Barbara Herron collected more than 400 petition signatures for councilman Spivey in just four days.

"Unless she is just super human and is doing things that no one else has ever accomplished," Grebner said, "then she didn't really witness all of these signatures."

I was skeptical, too, so I did some door knocking of my own.

We contacted more than two dozen people who signed Spivey's petitions. No one denied signing the petitions, though not everyone remembered doing so - after all, it was a year ago.

But a third of the people I spoke to had something in common.

"Someone came up asking if I wanted to sign a petition for Andre Spivey to be on the ballot," said one woman. "And it was a guy, he was probably in his late 40s."

They said they never saw Barbara Herron.

Elrick: "Is there any chance this is the woman who took your signature?"

"No. no, it was not her," the woman said.

Elrick: "No doubt in your mind?"

"No doubt," she said.

Almost anyone can be a circulator, which is just a fancy name for someone who collects petition signatures. Each petition page takes up to 12 signatures and requires a circulator's signature.

The rules for circulators are simple: You must be 18; you must be a United States citizen; and you must be present when someone signs their name to the petition you are circulating.

One more thing: it is against the law to say you witnessed someone sign a petition when you did not. Ms. Herron wouldn't say whether she circulated the petitions.

Elrick: "Can we talk to you about these petitions?"

Barbara Herron: "Get off my property."

Ms. Herron, who is Spivey's great-aunt, wouldn't answer any of my questions, but I know who collected some of those signatures.

"I remember speaking with Mr. Spivey, having a discussion with him about the city and whatnot," said Alfreda McCoy-Gater. "And so I went on ahead and signed it, after what he said."

Elrick: "So it was Mr. Spivey personally who took your signature?"

"Yes," Gater said.

Elrick: "Who took your signature?"

"Councilman Spivey, he came to my house on a Sunday afternoon," said Sharon Sklar. 
Elrick: "No doubt in your mind?"

"Oh, no, no doubt in my mind," Sklar said. "It was Andre. We know each other."

That is what's so odd about this story; it would have been perfectly legal for Spivey to sign as circulator on petition pages with signatures he collected. But his name does not appear as circulator on any of the pages, so I wanted to give him a chance to explain ...

Spivey wouldn't give me an appointment, so I went to city hall to make my own. I waited for hours, and a lot of people wanted to talk to me - just not the councilman.

"Thanks, and read the letter," Spivey said.

The councilman was so proud of his letter that I couldn't wait to open the envelope.

The letter, written by lawyer, mostly talks about how great Spivey is, it also says campaign workers "were given clear instructions to follow the rules in obtaining petition signatures..."

If that's true, my reporting indicates that the candidate himself did not follow those instructions. But the lawyer's letter basically says it doesn't matter, because it's too late to do anything.

Citing state election law, Spivey's lawyer wrote: "A complaint would have had to filed, in writing, on May 2, 2017 to be lawfully considered."

I should note that I live in Spivey's district and I take some comfort that, even though he won't take the time to meet with me, he still cares about his constituents.

"It's cold outside. you shouldn't stay outside so long like this," Spivey said.

Elrick: "Well, you know what; we'll stay a long time for the truth. I hope we'll get some."

While it may be too late to challenge Spivey's petitions with the Detroit City Clerk, and the state officials say it's not their problem, the secretary of state says a citizen could still try taking the matter to court.

It is hard to predict what a judge could do, but recently a St. Clair County Judge removed Macomb County Clerk Karen Spranger for lying about where she really lived on paperwork she filed to run for office, so you never know.

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018


Washington, D.C. – House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), led a letter signed by every Democratic Member of the House Judiciary Committee to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging him to hold hearings on Trump’s pardon of Scooter Libby. 

The letter was signed by every Democratic Member of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, including: Representatives Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), Steve Cohen (D-TN), Hank Johnson (D-GA), Ted Deutch (D-FL), Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), Karen Bass (D-CA), Cedric Richmond (D-LA), Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY), David Cicilline (D-RI), Eric Swalwell (D-CA), Ted Lieu (D-CA), Jamie Raskin (D-MD), Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), Brad Schneider (D-IL) and Val Demings (D-FL). 

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JUDICIARY: Scott, Nadler Release New GAO Report that Proves Students of Color Suffer Harsher Discipline for Lesser Offenses

Although I respect the investigative staff of the this GAO report on another segment of the child welfare system, I must also respectively point out that the report is flawed for the following reasons:
  1. It does not say a word about Child Protective Services, which was specifically designed to for discipline disparities for black students, boys, and student with disabilities;
  2. There is no mention of what is considered as "Black" or "More than two races" are, meaning, data collection is extremely biased as it did not properly apply the "one-drop rule" when it comes to federal funding of programs specifically designed to target these populations.
  3. The variable classifications used can be seen as a violation of federal law.
  4. There was no mention for data inclusion for children in Foster Care programs or the fact that these foster youth in many situations have no educational records.
  5. There is no mention of the data obstacle that Foster Care information is considered a "privacy" issue and many of the cases are sealed in State courts.
  6. There is no mention that the GAO tried to do a study on Foster Care but previously was shuttered.
  7. There is no mention of fraud.
  8. There is no mention on the drugging of children.
  9. There is no mention of residential institutions.
  10. The report lightly glosses over the concept of poverty and the impact in cognitive and developmental challenges due to things like environmental or sardonic policies slashing educational services for youth
  11. There is no stratified geographic data to further analyze, what I am just going to say, issues with these NGO programs training educators to function in such a disparaging capacity.
  12. There is no mention of States asset forfeiture social welfare programs where language is being transformed to include the terms "youth, aged, mental health, poverty" which are being lumped into the term "disabled".
  13. This is what is called "Targeted Populations" of Medicaid Fraud in Child Welfare.
  14. The report omits anything regarding the trafficking of tiny humans.
  15. The pdf of the report  is locked, and tagged as "assets", which leads me to believe there is fraud and someone other than the children are going to benefit from the outcomes of this report in some private contracts and campaign finance.

This report sucks because it is based up the same exact report it did that sucked which I have embedded below, because the pdf was not locked, unlike this report.

The report also sucks because I see that crappy predictive modeling for those darn Social Impact Bonds.

WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Bobby Scott (VA-03), ranking member of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce and Congressman Jerrold Nadler (NY-10), ranking member of the House Committee on the Judiciary released a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report entitled, “Discipline Disparities for Black Students, Boys, and Students with Disabilities.” The ranking members requested that the GAO investigate disparities in discipline policies and practices applied to students of color, boys, and students with disabilities.

“The Government Accountability Office has conducted first-of-its-kind analysis of national data which dispels claims that racially disproportionate rates of discipline are based solely on income. The analysis shows that students of color suffer harsher discipline for lesser offenses than their white peers and that racial bias is a driver of discipline disparities,” said Ranking Member Bobby Scott (VA-03). “This report underscores the need to combat these gross disparities by strengthening, not rescinding, the 2014 Discipline Guidance Package, which recommends specific strategies to reduce the disparities without jeopardizing school safety.”

Black students, boys, and students with disabilities are disproportionately disciplined in K-12 public schools. This pattern of disproportionate discipline persists regardless of the type of disciplinary action, level of school poverty, or type of public school students attend.

After an extensive analysis by the Government Accountability Office, there can be no ignoring the facts of racial biases – facts that the Trump Administration must face head-on and cannot refute,” said Ranking Member Jerrold Nadler (NY-10) of the House Judiciary Committee. “The GAO report shows that race plays a significant role in discipline disparities, with students of color suffering harsher punishment in school compared with their peers. To suggest otherwise would require ignoring the major factor in these disparities, and ignorance of the facts can be no excuse for failing these students. Ignoring the impact of race on school discipline would be unconscionable and fail to address a critical issue impacting school performance by students of color. I thank Ranking Member Scott for his dedication to this important issue, and hope the Administration will finally come to grips with the realities faced by students of color. Secretary DeVos and the Department of Education must ensure that the necessary resources and guidelines are in place to address these disturbing racial disparities in our schools, and I hope this report will provide the necessary urgency for quick action on this matter.

In 2014, the Department of Education and the Department of Justice issued a School Discipline Guidance Package, to remind schools of their legal obligations to administer school discipline without discriminating on the base of race, color, or national origin. Based on the empirical evidence provided in this GAO report, it is critically important the guidance be strengthened, and not rescinded, as some have suggested.  If the Department moves to turn a blind eye to the evidence-based research in this report, it will rob our nation’s students of full civil rights protections and informed decision-making.

GAO Report on Disparities and Racial Segregation in K-12 Education by Beverly Tran on Scribd

Boy, oh boy! I cannot wait until they come out with the third addition on research of the research of the research.

Someone got paid.  Just look into the footnotes.

Always look at the footnotes.

To finally bring my point home that these reports suck, Michigan does the same thing on this issue, appropriating money to study and report the same thing about these children, and nothing gets done, except people make money to fund campaigns to make sure they will get a private contract to do more research.

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Privatization Is Nothing But Human Trafficking

This is an excellent summation of child welfare fraud.

Privatization is nothing but human trafficking.

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The Model Originated In Child Welfare - Veterans

Listen to this FBI Whistleblower who also a clinical psychologist discuss mental health treatment of veterans regarding the confidentiality and third party contractors.

There is no individual treatment because it is all programmed, developed through universities that take funding grants from foreign nationals like Israel, for revenue maximization, through NGOs for human subject research.

There is no more privacy and all this intelligence is put into databases which are being used for predictive modeling for those god awful Social Impact Bonds.

The model originated in child welfare.

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Day 182.2. FISA Surveillance Rabbits May Go Back To October 2015, Perhaps To Flynn Putin Meeting

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DESANTIS Recommends Indictments To DOJ For Hillary Clinton, Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page, Peter Stzork & Loretta Lynch

U.S. Representatives Ron Desantis, Andy Biggs, Dave Brat, Jeff Duncan, Matt Gaetz, Paul Gosar, Andy Harris, Jody Hice, Todd Rokita, Claudia Tenney & Ted Yoho sent a letter to U.S. Department of Justice Attorney General Jeff Sessions, FBI Director Christopher Wray and Special Prosecutor John Huber to refer former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former FBI Assistant Director Andrew McCabe, FBI Agents Lisa Page & Peter Stzork and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch for criminal violations of law.


Dear General Sessions, Director Wray and Mr. Huber,

We write to refer the following individuals of potential violation(s) of federal statutes. In doing so, we are especially mindful of the dissimilar degrees of zealousness that has marked the investigations into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, respectively. Because we believe that those in positions of high authority should be treated the same as every other American, we want to be sure that the potential violations of law outlined below are vetted appropriately.

I bestow a special recognition of honor to Members for acknowledging that Perkins Coie sucks.

This is just the first layer.

I do so hope everyone has stocked up on popcorn, because everyone should be treated equally under the law.
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CIGIE: Horowitz Announces The Quantum Renaissance

This Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency Report was requested by John Conyers, Jr. and Elijah Cummings, think about that for a minute.


CONYERS and CUMMINGS Request Investigation of FBI Leaks to Trump Campaign

Cummings and Conyers Request Full Disclosure from DOJ and FBI on Email Investigation

The following pulled snippet from the CIGIE report pretty much sums it up.

Israel was all up in our U.S. Treasury.

 The U.S. Agency for International Development OIG reported that missions in Egypt, Jordan, and the West Bank and Gaza did not adequately develop or use internal controls to ensure quality data, monitoring, or evaluation. When such tools were in place, they were not consistently used or they failed to ensure adequate program management and oversight. 
The overall theme I felt was that the entire United States operational system is about to be reconstructed, from IT to persons of ethical integrity who possess passion and intelligence to take of the task of rebuilding the human dominion.

It's about damn time.

Get ready for the Quantum Renaissance.

The following is a list of agencies that have been compromised. Links to the individual reports are contained within the report on page 22.

Amtrak Appalachian Regional Commission Architect of the Capitol Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System Broadcasting Board of Governors Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board Committee for Purchase From People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled (AbilityOne Program) Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Consumer Product Safety Commission Corporation for National and Community Service Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board Denali Commission Department of Agriculture Department of Commerce Department of Defense Department of Education Department of Energy Department of Health and Human Services Department of Homeland Security Department of Housing and Urban Development Department of Justice Department of Labor Department of State Department of the Interior Department of the Treasury Department of Transportation Department of Veterans Affairs Election Assistance Commission Environmental Protection Agency Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Export-Import Bank of the United States Farm Credit Administration Federal Election Commission Federal Housing Finance Agency Federal Labor Relations Authority Federal Maritime Commission Federal Trade Commission General Services Administration Government Publishing Office Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council Internal Revenue Service (Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration) Library of Congress National Aeronautics and Space Administration National Archives and Records Administration National Endowment for the Arts National Endowment for the Humanities National Labor Relations Board National Science Foundation Nuclear Regulatory Commission Office of Personnel Management Peace Corps Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation Railroad Retirement Board Securities and Exchange Commission Small Business Administration Social Security Administration Special Inspector General for Troubled Asset Relief Program U.S. Agency for International Development U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission U.S. International Trade Commission U.S. Postal Service

Our entire institutional belief systems have been manipulated, from how we are instructed at birth on how to treat humans all the way to how we continue to treat humans throughout history.  Welcome to the realities of child welfare.

I will busy and it will not be pretty.

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Trafficking Tiny Human Banking Models: Michigan Neonatal Biobank & Its Trust Fund

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Michigan Department of Health & Human Services
has a Baby Bio Bank
I came across an interesting article that I almost dismissed as a disinformation hit piece that I thought was being spread around as what is called fake news to discredit the organ harvesting stories about to break into the main stream news, but I quickly took pause just because I saw it was a Michigan cases.

So, I pulled the complaint from the Michigan Eastern District Court, my favorite court.

The case is about a group of parents who are suing Michigan for drawing and storing newborn blood and storing it the Michigan Neonatal Biobank of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

For just a moment, I thought once more that this may be a counter conspiracy theory to throw shade to the Planned Parenthood allegations of selling fetal tissue and other sorts of unverified urban legends.

I believe Planned Parenthood is a money laundering operation for the DNC.

Then I realized that I was looking at another one of those human asset databases I have been talking about for the longest.

What was even more sensational is that it looks like it is one of those "authorities".

So I looked up the President, Edward Goldman of this Michigan Neonatal Biobank, where he just so happens he is an attorney out of University of Michigan School of Law teaching Reproductive Justice now at Wayne State University.

Reproductive Justice is just a fancy was of saying "Trafficking Tiny Humans".

The Michigan Neonatal Biobank also has a Trust Fund called the Michigan BioTrust for Health which is federally funded.

This Michigan Neonatal Biobank is warehoused in Wayne State University, the number one university in the world in perinatal research.

I remember when the day Allen Gilmore went to D.C. to discuss the perinatal grant because I called my Sweetie to tell Allen to get my file from his secretary and make them give me my degrees they stole.

To this day, I still have my questions about the congressional machinations of the grant and I will leave it right here, for now.

The Michigan Neonatal Biobank sells newborn blood samples all over the world to researchers.

Then I realized what I had found, the emerging industry of selling tiny humans, as intellectual property, used as collateral to fund its trust fund, because it is in a bank, a biobank.

So, now, we have land banks, sperm banks, egg banks, and now biobanks, and all of them are unregulated, used in the biomedical research, meaning, they are probably conducting biomedical research on the population of Detroit, which is why the city is number one in the nation in infant mortality, but at this point I can only speculate on things I have heard floating around in the streets.

Back to the lawsuit.

The State of Michigan does possess the powers to draw and deposit the blood of a newborn into its biobank because of this thing called parental rights, which no one wants to understand.

The biological parent at birth does not possess the right to make decisions on behalf of the infant as the State has not certified the birth.

Notice I did not speak upon registration of the birth.

The Hospital will register the birth with the county, which means, until the State grants the gift of custodianship and guardianship, the state is the original legal parent and the child is property of the state.

I could go deeper into this, but I already did in my book and in multiple posts.

Quintessentially, the State will prevail in its Motion to Dismiss in part, because the parents should be successful arguing that the State cannot establish a chain of command of the blood sample because the repository is privatized.

We all know the issues with privatization in Michigan with the Emergency Manager Law, with boundless "authorities", to do what it wants as long as it makes money, and they answer to no one.

I wonder if we can get an audit on that Michigan BioTrust for Health, because it looks oddly like the Michigan Children's Trust Fund.

I do not have a problem with advances in technology or biomedical research in personal medicine, I just have an issue when they use the babies of "The Poors" (always said with clinched teeth) to "maximize revenues" particularly if Social Impact Bonds are associated with it and other nefarious ideas of servitude, for the glory of human research.

Is this newborn blood tagging a form of biometric tracking, genetic mutation research or what I like to call designer baby research?

Is this part of the "culling" of targeted populations or the generation of organs?

If they trafficking tiny human genetics to foreign nationals, who are they and what are they doing with the HUMINT?

Oh my, I can do a full out treatise on this.

I could continue, but I would rather everyone to just read the information provided, below.

Lawsuit Alleges Michigan Illegally Obtains Newborns' Blood

HEMLOCK, Mich. (AP) — A group of Michigan parents have filed a lawsuit alleging that the state didn't obtain proper consent to draw or store their newborns' blood for medical research.

Philip Ellison filed the federal lawsuit on behalf of the parents, saying Michigan's practice of drawing infant blood is unconstitutional, reported . The lawsuit also alleges that there aren't protections in place to stop police or others from accessing information that can be derived from the stored blood samples.

"Essentially, the state has stolen consent from parents," said Ellison, an attorney based in Saginaw County.

The lawsuit isn't trying to stop newborn testing, but aims to better inform and return parents' right to decide, he said.

The blood of more than five million people is being stored, according to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

The state started drawing newborn blood to test babies for ailments in the 1960s, the department said. The initial list started with six maladies and has grown to more than 50 conditions today. Michigan began storing the blood samples in the mid-1980s.

Lawmakers amended the state's Public Health Code in 2000 to allow the use of newborn screening blood spots in health research. The BioTrust program was later formed with an advisory board to oversee the stored blood and its use in research.

People born between 1987 and 2010 can opt out of blood research and storage by contacting the state, according to the department. For children born after May 2010, parents can opt out by declining to sign over consent. Blood spots will be stored unless a parent asks the state to destroy them.

Lynnette Wiegand is a mother of four and a plaintiff in the case. She assumed that her children's blood would be discarded after testing.

Michigan's consent form should separate and clearly specify consent for blood to be drawn, for use in medical research and for storage, she said.

Lawsuits challenging blood storage practices in other states have led to the destruction of millions of blood samples.

"It really goes counter to what other parents might want and the importance of them having a say in the process to eliminate samples from the bio bank," said Natasha Bonhomme, who works for the nonprofit Genetic Alliance.

Newborn screening occurs without consent as part of public health in every state, she said. She believes it's critical to separate the issue of consent for drawing blood and consent for storing or testing the blood.

She said the lawsuit could indicate that Michigan needs to do a better job at informing people about their processes.

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

DOJ: The Exportation Of Tiny Human Traffickers Begins

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They listened to me.  They really listened to me!

(Actually, I believe they read my book.)

This is child welfare fraud.

This is the trafficking of tiny humans and I bet they went through an NGO.

This case is not over because I said so.

Now, go forth, my Magical #Superfans, the Celestial Goddess of the Woodshed wishes for you to follow the money and make me even prouder because we are just getting started".

Justice Department Secures Denaturalization of Child Sexual Abuser and Four Somalia-Born Individuals Who Falsely Claimed to be a Family and Were Admitted to the United States on Diversity Immigrant Visas

On April 11, the Department of Justice secured the denaturalization of two individuals – one convicted of engaging in sexual contact with a minor, and the other who fictitiously created a family to secure a Diversity Immigrant Visa.  Judge Joe Fish of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas entered an order to revoke the U.S. citizenship of Emmanuel Olugbenga Omopariola, and Judge Susan Richard Nelson of the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota entered an order to revoke the U.S. citizenship of Fosia Abdi Adan.
The court found that prior to naturalizing, Omopariola, 61, engaged in sexual contact with a seven-year-old minor, which he admitted and for which he was later convicted. This prior conduct rendered Omopariola ineligible for applying for U.S. citizenship because he did not show the moral conduct necessary for naturalization. Additionally, throughout his naturalization proceedings Omopariola misrepresented and hid his unlawful activity.  
During litigation, Adan, 51, conceded that she had procured her U.S. citizenship by willful misrepresentation and concealment of material facts, including the fraudulent nature of her relationship to individuals she claimed to be her children.  In light of that admission, the court found that Adan had unlawfully procured her U.S. citizenship.
The denaturalization of Adan marks the culmination of the government’s case against four individuals—a purported husband, wife, and two sons—who unlawfully, knowingly, and fraudulently represented to immigration officials that they were a family in order to gain admission to the United States through the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, which they later used to obtain U.S.
citizenship.  Judge Nelson entered orders revoking the naturalized U.S. citizenship of Adan’s purported husband, Ahmed Mohamed Warsame aka Jama Solob Kayre, 53, on February 27, 2018, and her purported sons, Mustaf Abdi Adan aka Mohamed Jama Solob, 33, and Faysal Jama Mire aka Mobarak Jama Solob, 31, on March 19, 2018. All four individuals consented to the entry of orders of denaturalization.
“The current immigration system is too often abused by fraudsters and nefarious actors. These cases are prime examples of the unfortunate fraud that is all too common within our immigration system,” said Attorney General Jeff Sessions. “The Department will continue to investigate and prosecute others who conceal their heinous crimes, and those who seek to rely on fraudulent relationships to become naturalized United States citizens.”
The Omopariola matter was referred to the Department of Justice by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). The other four cases, United States v. Fosia Abdi Adan; United States v. Ahmed Mohamed Warsame; United States v. Mustaf Abdi Adan; and United States v. Faysal Jama Mire, were referred to the Department of Justice by the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) and ICE, with investigative support from HSI and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) Fraud Detection and National Security Directorate.
"The integrity of our consular processes is a core element of U.S. national security,” said Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs Carl Risch. “The Department of State works closely with the Justice Department efforts to detect, deter, and combat fraud related to U.S. travel documents. These denaturalizations demonstrate the value of this important interagency collaboration; a partnership that allows us to facilitate travel by qualified individuals in the context of ensuring a strong and secure U.S. border.”
The Texas case was investigated by HSI and the Civil Division’s Office of Immigration Litigation, District Court Section (OIL-DCS). The case was handled by OIL-DCS’s National Security and Affirmative Litigation Unit and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Texas, with support from ICE’s Office of the Principal Legal Advisor.
These Minnesota cases were investigated by DSS, ICE, USCIS, and the OIL-DCS. The cases were prosecuted by Senior Litigation Counsel Anthony D. Bianco and Trial Attorney Kathryne M. Gray of OIL-DCS, with support from Senior Attorney Lucia A. Fiorentino and former Attorney Sarah Mazzie of ICE’s Office of the Principal Legal Advisor, and DSS.

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There Is Much More To MSU Title IX & Alumni Director Scott Westerman Resignation

I pulled the protocols for the Michigan State University Office for Institutional Equity and found this:
 Unique circumstances of individual cases may give rise to issues not addressed by this document, which may necessitate further discussion and agreement.
I am pretty sure there is more going on than just the Title IX investigation because this protocol document was created March 18, 2019 where the file name is tagged with "assets".

Alumni are assets, as in human capital?

Strange, huh?

By the way, where is Maura Corrigan?

Perhaps, she is busy preparing for legal appeals or in Kansas teaching its private corporations within the State government on the ways of stealin'.

MSU alumni director resigns amid investigation by Title IX office

Michigan State University's alumni executive director is under investigation by the school's Title IX office and has resigned, the school confirmed to the Free Press.

Scott Westerman
Scott Westerman
Scott Westerman, associate vice president for alumni relations and executive director of the MSU Alumni Association, told the school his resignation will take effect July 31. His resignation letter said he was moving to Florida to be closer to family and return to the private sector.

 Bob Thomas will serve as interim director of the MSU Alumni Association while a search for a new executive director is conducted, MSU spokeswoman Emily Guerrant told the Free Press after the newspaper asked about Westerman's status.

A complaint was filed against Westerman with the school's Office for Institutional Equity on Feb. 9, Guerrant confirmed. The investigation is ongoing. Further details weren't available. The OIE investigates discrimination, harassment, and violations of the school's Anti-Discrimination Policy and Policy on Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct.

Westerman is the latest high profile member of MSU's administration to leave. The university is going with ongoing fallout from the Larry Nassar case, along with other federal lawsuits alleging coverups of sexual assault reports.

Westerman has been at MSU since 2010, when he took over as leader of the university's alumni association.

He came to the university to MSU from Albuquerque, N.M., where he was an area vice president for Comcast Corp.’s West Division. Westerman obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in telecommunication from MSU in 1978. In 2001, he was awarded the MSU College of Communication Arts and Sciences Distinguished Alumnus award. Before coming to MSU as an employee, he was active in the school's alumni association, including chairing its national alumni board.

A number of MSU officals have left the university in recent months, starting with President Lou Anna Simon, who resigned under heavy pressure for her handling of the Larry Nassar case.
Athletic Director Mark Hollis stepped down as well in January, a couple of days after the NCAA announced an investigation into the school's handling of Nassar and hours before ESPN released a report critical of the athletic department handling of sexual assault accusations.

Robert Noto, the university's top lawyer, left in February. Before he left, MSU Trustee Brian Mossallam called for Noto to step down over his work during the Nassar case.

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Legally Kidnapped Report - April 17, 2018

The official podcast of and the only place to get your daily dose of the LK Report on what is going on in the Child Protection Industry.

Remember, it can happen to you.

Links to all sources may be found at Legally Kidnapped.

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Michigan Democratic Party Asks Detroit Precinct Delegates Who They Want When Something Happens to Gretchen Whitmer
The following is a poll sent out by the Democratic National Committee to Precinct Delegates in the State of Michigan.

But, before we get into this poll with a foreboding chill of a pending legal calamity or death, let us take a look into The Action Network.

The Action Network,, is an inactive non-profit corporation registered out of Washington, DC. that is now a for-profit corporation registered out of Washington, DC. and has a history of not filing annual reports.

It also has a separate fund.
But, then, there is The Action Network, with its website registered through Amazon, where I have yet to find any corporate filings, even though its ICANN states it is out of Washington State.

It is an online sports betting database. laundering...predictive modeling? 

Anyway, I digress, back to Gretchen and the DNC, which looks like it has taken over the MDP.

I wonder why....not laundering...predictive modeling for elections...same software intel programs...?

Gretchen is nothing but a DNC talking points mouth piece, who is willing to sell her soul to get the next spot in the DNC with sugar coated dreams of one day running for POTUS.

Gretchen has dismissed each and every query I have presented her, either to her face, or to her staff, about child welfare fraud, human trafficking, poverty and that god awful thing called privatization.

The silence from her is deathly, just like this poll.

This was not constructed by local Precinct Delegates, this came from Nationals because Detroit has the largest concentration of voters in Michigan, where voter fraud is rampant.

Voter fraud is not perpetrated by the voters and the only need to challenge voter identification is when the "Precious Ones" come in from out of town, like the suburbs, thinking they are funny trying to prove voter fraud by intentionally stealing someone's identity to cast a vote.

It is quite comical to see someone who is typically an elderly man who legally resides far north of Eight Mile Road, extremely pro-"keep the system the way it is" kinda guy from the traditional upper echelon of the socio-economic status tiered hierarchy of society, come into the hood and get loud when a poll worker, who knows just about everyone as the same people come to the same church to vote in every election, year after year, asks them to produce identification to vote.

Many of these voting fraud enthusiasts typically are known to carry firearms, making sure to coyly brandish, of course, so the poll workers just let them vote.

It is just an issue of safety and poor Wayne County Clerk training to report, if there is even an option to report because the Detroit Police have better things to do.

But, in reality, voter fraud is committed by the City and County Clerks through absentee ballots and voter registration schemes, not the voters in Detroit.

And yes, I can back up everything I say, or have I already? Hmmmm.....

If Gretchen Whitmer is the nominee. Who would you want to be the next Lieutenant Governor? 

Please consider these factors. 

1. What if something happened to the next Governor? 

2. Experience? 

3. Have they ever been elected? 

4. Who can appeal statewide?

The following was my write in response:

John Conyers, Jr.  I just wanted to ruin your day.  Stay tuned.  Oh, and Happy Child Abuse Propaganda Month!

I only wrote his name in to see if they are going to pull the same voter purge like the did in the 2016 election.

I strongly encourage everyone to watch the 13th Congressional District race for U.S. House of Representatives in the Michigan 2018 election cycle because all my #Superfans are watching with me.

NOTE TO SELF: Drop off popcorn to my #Superfans.

MDP still sucks and so does Perkins Coie.

Maine Child Welfare System Still Clueless After All These Years

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Please, Maine, stop trafficking tiny humans, please.

I do not know how many times I must castigate the child welfare system of Maine, but all is well, as it is a secret delight to ridicule traffickers of tiny humans.

DHHS reviews child abuse cases it contracted out

In the spirit of fuchsia...

AUGUSTA (BDN) — Maine’s child welfare program is revisiting six-and-a-half months of child abuse reports it received and referred to contractors who intervene in “lower-risk” abuse and neglect cases.

Those "referred contractors" are third party, privatized, NGOs who are beholden to no one, because they are contracted.

The Office of Child and Family Services earlier this month asked the four contractors who handle those lower-risk cases to comb through their records dating back to last Aug. 31 and re-report to the state many of the families whose cases they were assigned. The state would then review those cases.

All they do is file cost reimbursements for crappy programs that a group of sanctimonious, childless fanatics came up with to maximize revenue.

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The request indicates that the state’s alternative response programs, which the four contractors run in their respective regions, are one area of focus for the Maine Department of Health and Human Services following the deaths of 10-year-old Marissa Kennedy and four-year-old Kendall Chick, allegedly at the hands of their caregivers. The department has said little about those individual cases, so it’s not yet known whether the department had assigned either family to an alternative response program.

The leadership of Maine Department of Health and Human Services is not the sharpest knife in the drawer, which is why she took the job.

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In a March 12 memo, the state asked its four alternative response contractors to identify the families assigned to them since Aug. 31 with whom their social workers never made contact, who refused services from the social workers, or who stopped working with the social workers before their abuse and neglect cases were closed. The department set a March 23 deadline for the contractors to report those families to state intake workers by phone or email.

The state is not going to do anything, even if they miss the deadline, or even when the reports come in showing a cover up of complete ineptitude in ethics or human compassion.

Maine To Fast Track Trafficking Tiny Human Asset Forfeiture Policies

Those contractors, all nonprofit organizations, are normally required to supply that information through the department’s child welfare information system, called MACWIS. DHHS asked them to continue making the reports through calls or emails to intake workers who staff the state’s child abuse reporting hotline going forward.

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“It appears that OCFS is playing catch up on cases that were referred to Alternative Response,” Pamela Day, a former director of child welfare services and standards at the Child Welfare League of America, wrote in an email after reviewing the March 12 memo. “They may also be trying to ascertain what they missed with cases that go back to last August 31.”

Emily Spencer, a DHHS spokeswoman, said the department’s request to the alternative response contractors is part of an internal review of Child Protective Services ordered by Gov. Paul LePage following Marissa Kennedy’s and Kendall Chick’s deaths.

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“It is important that in our review, we are taking a holistic look at areas possibly in need of improvement,” Spencer wrote in an email. “We want to ensure that we are leaving no stone unturned when evaluating how our system can best serve the children who depend on us.”

Pingree meets with LePage to discuss DHHS budget waivers

The alternative response programs work with families where children appear to be at low or moderate risk of being abused or neglected. They receive their assignments from Child Protective Services intake workers, who receive all initial reports of suspected child abuse and neglect, and sometimes from the division’s investigators after they’ve looked into abuse and neglect claims and determined they’re of low to moderate severity.

DHHS commissioner needs time to figure out why department is over budget

The state assigns its own Child Protective Services investigators to respond to cases it determines to be more serious. Unlike state child protective workers, alternative response workers can’t file petitions in court to remove children from unsafe houses. Whether parents engage with alternative response workers is voluntary.

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In most cases, alternative response workers work with families for about four months, said David McCluskey, executive director of Community Care, which contracts with the state to run the alternative response program in Aroostook, Hancock, Kennebec, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Somerset, Washington and York counties.

Maine Will Not Eat Its Medicaid Meat

Shawn Yardley, president and CEO of Community Concepts in Lewiston, said DHHS staff members should already have access to the information they’re requesting from the alternative response contractors since the contractors have to send that information to DHHS under the terms of their contracts.

Maine's Admission Of Guilt

“That wouldn’t be something we’d be sitting on,” said Yardley, whose organization provides alternative response services in Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford counties. “It would be something that should be viewable by the department as part of their normal course of work.”

Maine's Medicaid Publishing of Errors

The alternative response providers’ contracts also specify that they should report families back to DHHS when social workers find the cases are more severe than initially thought.

Maine Children's Services Administrators Need To Be Pubically Flogged

The organization KidsPeace is the alternative response contractor in Cumberland County. Rockland-based Home Counselors Inc. provides the service in Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc and Waldo counties.
Tom Farkas, a spokesman for the Maine State Employees Association, the largest union for state workers, called the number of cases affected by the March 12 request “huge” and said the move will “dramatically increase workloads” for workers in Child Protective Services.

Maine Funds Foster Care Fraud Factories

The number of cases DHHS has assigned to alternative response — rather than assigned to a state caseworker — has been on the rise in recent years, DHHS statistics show. Alternative response was also a popular option during Gov. John Baldacci’s administration, the statistics show.

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