Tuesday, April 24, 2018

John Conyers III Has Won Both Michigan 13th Congressional District 2018 Elections?

John Conyers, III has won the election for the partial term ending January, 3, 2019, and the 2 year term for the U.S. House of Representatives 13th Congressional District of Michigan because he was the only one who filed.

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Sunday, April 22, 2018

All Hail The Whistleblowers: Interview w/ Classified Scientist Emery Smith - Deep Underground Bases & Examining ET Bodies

U.S. Department of Defense whistleblowers come forward, from the deep dark projects.
All hail the whistleblowers.

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Did Nunes Say There Is Another Dossier?

In this exciting episode, it seems the saga of the "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) continues where they may have generated a second dossier, piggybacking off the Trump dossier.

Now, who in the world could that be?

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Luay Haddad & The Academic Journalism Secret Society Sucks

Today, I received a call from a patient in Stonecrest Center in Detroit.

The patient was informed that his wallet, with identification and Social Security card, including his phone, was "not found".

The patient called the Wayne County Mental Health Advocacy line, left multiple messages for a week, where no one has returned the calls.

The patient explained that a complaint was filed because the psychiatrist, Dr. Luay Haddad was walking around the floor discussing the patient's case with his colleagues without his consent, and filed an HIPPA complaint.

The patient entered into the system, an adolescent, because the mental health providers in Wayne County were administrating a 30 day shot for mental health purposes, and the medicine was having extremely negative side effects.

No one would listen and it was eventually off to the emergency room.

It seems Luay Haddad has a reputation amongst his younger patients of treating them like chattel because all he does is script, script, script.

So, I proceeded to do what I do best and see if I could debunk my hypothesis that Luay Haddad sucks.

The first place one must always search to determine if a subject sucks is to troll the journals.

Yes, academic journalism is a secret society, whereby NGOs will dump big stupid money to have a university come up with some manufactured credibility so they can market their crap.

If your research does not further their privatization agenda, you are rejected and shunned from the academic communities.

Without publication of the academic secret society, you are nothing.

I do not know who is worse, Harvard or Cornell...perhaps, it is Wayne State University, considering the fact I have busted them on more than one occasion.

They do not like me very much at Wayne State University, which means I am solid in my preservation of the annals of history.

All publications must demonstrate it can bill the federal government for something in a clear presentation of profit and sustainability.

In this instance the crap is setting up another layer of child welfare programs to maximize revenues of trafficking tiny humans in Medicaid.

Mental Health in Syrian Refugee Children Resettling in the United States: War Trauma, Migration, and the Role of Parental Stress

Below, is why this study was manufactured.

It was manufactured for the Detroit Land Bank Authority because they have to have a place to live and pay mortgages to Clinton, et al, right?

Before one can launch a new child welfare program, you have to get lots of money from the National Institute of Health to make it look real 'mportant.

In order for me to make my final determination on whether Luay Haddad sucks, let me share quick and dirty tale about Wayne State University and its child and youth psychology operational history.

Once upon a time there was this chick who was running the psychiatry programs at WSU.

For research purposes, of course, she had to pull an all nighter and generate State medical passports for a couple hundred kids who were locked up in St. Vincent Sarah Fisher Residential Center for years, who had no medical files, as there was a whole bunch of fraudulent billing to Medicaid and lab rat longitudinal research for private pharmaceutical corporations through NGO grants so they could market their new psychiatric drugs for kids.

Anyway, the psychiatry chick though she was slick and completed flip phone medical evaluations under the light of a dimming oil lamp into the wee hours of the morning.

One of the youth she had completed a medical exam identified the youth as a 10 year old girl, who was actually a boy.

The end. 

Luay Haddad has a history in forced migration clinical trails research.

AU  - Hijazi, Alaa
AU  - A Lumley, Mark
AU  - Ziadni, Maisa
AU  - Haddad, Luay
AU  - J Rapport, Lisa
AU  - Arnetz, Bengt
PY  - 2014/06/01
SP  -
N2  - Many Iraqi refugees suffer from posttraumatic stress. Efficient, culturally sensitive interventions are needed, and so we adapted narrative exposure therapy into a brief version (brief NET) and tested its effects in a sample of traumatized Iraqi refugees. Iraqi refugees in the United States reporting elevated posttraumatic stress (N = 63) were randomized to brief NET or waitlist control conditions in a 2:1 ratio; brief NET was 3 sessions, conducted individually, in Arabic. Positive indicators (posttraumatic growth and well-being) and symptoms (posttraumatic stress, depressive, and somatic) were assessed at baseline and 2- and 4-month follow-up. Treatment participation (95.1% completion) and study retention (98.4% provided follow-up data) were very high. Significant condition by time interactions showed that those receiving brief NET had greater posttraumatic growth (d = 0.83) and well-being (d = 0.54) through 4 months than controls. Brief NET reduced symptoms of posttraumatic stress (d = -0.48) and depression (d = -0.46) more, but only at 2 months; symptoms of controls also decreased from 2 to 4 months, eliminating condition differences at 4 months. Three sessions of brief NET increased growth and well-being and led to symptom reduction in highly traumatized Iraqi refugees. This preliminary study suggests that brief NET is both acceptable and potentially efficacious in traumatized Iraqi refugees.
JF  - Journal of traumatic stress
T1  - Brief Narrative Exposure Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress in Iraqi Refugees: A Preliminary Randomized Clinical Trial
VL  - 27
DO  - 10.1002/jts.21922
ER  -
Luay Haddad hangs with the Arab American Chaldean Council.

It is a very small world, Luay, very small, and I do not appreciate what I shall term as retaliation just because you suck, but I am quite sure you already know this.

#Superfans always protect the innocent.

Enjoy another measurable benchmark of secret society academic success.

Wayne State awarded $3.2 million NIH grant for schizophrenia research

DETROIT - Researchers in the Wayne State University School of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences will use a new five-year, $3.2 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to explore the underlying mechanisms of impaired learning and memory in schizophrenia from the perspective of brain plasticity, function and network dynamics.

The NIMH defines schizophrenia as a chronic and disabling mental disorder that affects how a person thinks, feels and behaves, including loss of reality due to hallucinations, delusions, unusual or dysfunctional ways of thinking, and agitated body movements. People with the condition also have difficulty beginning or sustaining activities, focusing or paying attention, or remembering information immediately after learning it. About 1 percent of the U.S. population -- approximately 2.2 million people -- have schizophrenia, but the neurobiology of the illness remains poorly understood.

Principal Investigator and Associate Professor Jeffrey Stanley, Ph.D., and Co-Principal Investigator and Professor Vaibhav Diwadkar, Ph.D., lead the study "Advancing innovative brain imaging to detect altered glutamate modulation and network dynamics in schizophrenia," which was funded on its first submission. The study is the first to combine functional MRI (fMRI) and complex analyses of brain imaging data with innovative measurement of the brain's functional neurochemistry using functional magnetic resonance spectroscopy (fMRS).

"While fMRI data are somewhat 'distant' from fundamental neurobiological processes because the signal relies on blood flow that is correlated with -- but distinct from -- neurophysiological and neuro-chemical events, in developing fMRS we are able to measure and quantify changes in hippocampal glutamate in the brain. We have an imaging technique that may provide more direct information about functional changes in the brain," Dr. Stanley said.

The combination of approaches will provide objective biological markers of this poorly understood illness. The team plans to explore interventions that may eventually normalize the abnormal markers. "This is a longer-term goal but is central to our collective aims," he added.

The duo co-directs the department's Brain Imaging Research Division, which encompasses about 40 staff and student trainees involved in multiple areas of research, including imaging studies into obsessive compulsive disorder, mood disorders, borderline personality disorder, ADHD and reading disabilities, and more. The division has published extensively in the areas of schizophrenia and psychosis in the last seven years, with research supported by the NIMH, the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation, and other private foundations.

"Because the pathophysiology of schizophrenia remains obscure, our efforts have been in the area of innovative image analyses and methods development. Schizophrenia is fundamentally a disorder that disrupts cognitive and memory processing, psychological processes that depend on normal communication between brain regions" Diwadkar said. "Therefore, using fMRI, we have primarily been interested in how brain regions fail to 'communicate' appropriately during basic processing. Several of these investigations have zeroed in on the dorsal prefrontal cortex, or dPFC, and the hippocampus, two brain regions that are particularly implicated in the illness. The dPFC has been particularly implicated with regard to the dopamine hypothesis of schizophrenia; the hippocampus has been implicated with regard to the glutamate hypothesis of the illness.

"Using complex network analyses of fMRI signals, we have established that in schizophrenia, the dPFC and the hippocampus are characterized by abnormal interactions during associative memory and learning. This is notable because associative memory and learning are related to hippocampal glutamate. Therefore, our fMRI results provide some manner of convergence with neuro-chemical hypotheses of the illness. The addition of fMRS is a logical methodological and scientific extension of these earlier studies, and is entirely unique."

The researchers compare their current work to the implications of a biomarker like hypercholesterolemia for cardiac disease, once poorly understood as recently as 60 years ago.
"Today, managing cholesterol is a widely accepted treatment pathway in cardiac disease," Diwadkar said. "In many ways, biological psychiatry is in its infancy, yet to better treat neuropsychiatric conditions, understanding the brain is imperative. There is no other organ in the body to which psychiatric illnesses can be related as they can be to dysfunctional processes in the brain."

The project, while of substantial scientific and clinical significance, also spotlights the department's dual aims of research and clinical excellence and outreach, and will increase its recruitment possibilities, he said. The department's clinic for Treatment and Research in Behavioral Health located in the Tolan Park Medical Building is likely the only of its kind in Detroit focused on serving patients with schizophrenia and psychosis.

"Wayne State is also one of the few places that has the expertise -- personnel like Drs. Stanley and Diwadkar -- and infrastructure to carry out this innovative work that, in real time, can measure brain chemistry and function/whole brain network function/dysfunction," said Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences Chair and Professor David Rosenberg, M.D. "Dr. Stanley is an internationally recognized physicist, and this is his second R01 as a principal investigator. Dr. Diwadkar is a renowned cognitive neuroscientist, with worldwide collaborations."

The research relies on the clinical support of Psychiatry's Vice Chair for Clinical Services Alireza Amirsadri, M.D., and Vice Chair for Education and Resident Training Richard Balon, M.D., with recruitment efforts aided by Assistant Professor Luay Haddad, M.D., and Professor Manuel Tancer, M.D. The team's research endeavors have also been supported by the department and its chair, Rosenberg, and involves members of the division's core research and recruitment team, including Dalal Khatib, Patricia Thomas, Usha Rajan, Caroline Zajac-Benitez, Asadur Chowdhary and Ashley Burgess, and the clinic team of Ed Mischel, Albert Pizzuti, Jaclynne Burns, and numerous other clinicians and social workers.
The grant number for this project is HD089875.

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DEFANGO: Hatman Malware Cyber Threat to ICS Da Vinci

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Saturday, April 21, 2018

LEGALLY KIDNAPPED: A special message from Senator Bernie Sanders

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Day 185.1 Pakistani Man Of Mystery Tour - Day One - Imran Awan

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DEFANGO: Kimdotcom announces Kimcoin Airdrop | Bitcache is Now K.im

While learning about Kimdotcom and his new adventure into the tech frontier, I want you to sit back, relax and close your eyes.

I want you to see a new Library of Congress, entangled with the U.S. Treasury as its spine, with the arms and legs of Justice, embracing the people, one at a time, in a public trust, for every person.

That public trust is encrypted, in the Lockean maternal sense, which should be the true concept of child welfare, our most precious treasures.

No more layers. No more fraudulent billing. No more money laundering. No more of the peculiar institution.

You will stop trafficking tiny humans.

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Baby LK Report: Child Abuse Propaganda Month - Day 22, April, 2018

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Bill Clinton And His Corporate Shape Shifters

Welcome to the next tale of Bill Clinton and his Corporate Shape Shifters, I mean Detroit Land Bank Authority....no, I mean Detroit Development Fund....wait.....I mean Clinton Global Initiative...hold on, I can do this....Clinton Foundation....nope....Community Development Fund....Clinton University....eeeeeoooooo....Clinton Bush Haiti Foundation....Teneo...Clinton Health Initiative Access...heck, I give up because the majority of them either never incorporated or just changed their names in their pretty little heads and did forgot to tell the IRS, SEC, DOJ, FEC, USPS just to name a few.

Everything is alright, though, because they did it for the children, right?

When top Bill Clinton aide Douglas Band wrote the memo, he was a central player at the Clinton Foundation and president of his own corporate consulting firm. Over the course of 13 pages, he made a case that his multiple roles had served the interests of the Clinton family and its charity.

In doing so, Band also detailed a circle of enrichment in which he raised money for the Clinton Foundation from top-tier corporations such as Dow Chemical and Coca-Cola that were clients of his firm, Teneo, while pressing many of those same donors to provide personal income to the former president.

The system has drawn scrutiny from Republicans, who say it allowed corporations and other wealthy supporters to pay for entree to a popular former president and a onetime secretary of state who is now the Democratic presidential nominee.

Band wrote the memo in 2011 to foundation lawyers conducting a review of the organization amid a brewing feud with the Clintons’ daughter, Chelsea Clinton, who was taking a stronger role in leading the foundation and had expressed concerns about Teneo’s operations.

The memo, made public Wednesday by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, lays out the aggressive strategy behind lining up the consulting contracts and paid speaking engagements for Bill Clinton that added tens of millions of dollars to the family’s fortune, including during the years that Hillary Clinton led the State Department. It describes how Band helped run what he called “Bill Clinton Inc.,” obtaining “in-kind services for the President and his family — for personal travel, hospitality, vacation and the like.”Band and his Teneo co-founder, former Hillary Clinton fundraiser Declan Kelly, declined to comment. But Teneo issued a statement saying that “as the memo demonstrates, Teneo worked to encourage clients, where appropriate, to support the Clinton Foundation because of the good work that it does around the world. It also clearly shows that Teneo never received any financial benefit or benefit of any kind from doing so.”

Spokesmen for Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton and the foundation declined to comment.
Hillary Clinton campaign spokesman Glen Caplin declined to comment on the memo, calling the material “hacked by the Russian government and weaponized by WikiLeaks.” Caplin declined to authenticate the memo, but he also did not dispute it.

Band, who grew close to Bill Clinton two decades ago as his personal aide in the White House and became the architect of his post-presidential activities, argued in the memo that he and his firm had benefited the former president and his foundation.

“We have dedicated ourselves to helping the President secure and engage in for-profit activities,” Band wrote. He also said he had “sought to leverage my activities, including my partner role at Teneo, to support and to raise funds for the foundation.”

Band’s memo provided data showing how much money each of Teneo’s 20 clients at the time had given to the Clinton Foundation, how much they had paid Bill Clinton and, in some cases, how he or Kelly had personally forged the relationships that resulted in the payments.

Band wrote that Teneo partners had raised in excess of $8 million for the foundation and $3 million in paid speaking fees for Bill Clinton. He said he had secured contracts for the former president that would pay out $66 million over the subsequent nine years if the deals remained in place.

For instance, Band wrote that Kelly arranged for the former president to meet the chief executive of Coca-Cola in January 2009 at the Clintons’ home in Washington. In all, according to Band’s memo, Coke had contributed $4.33 million to the foundation between 2004 and 2010.

A Coca-Cola spokesman said the company had supported the Clinton Foundation because it believed “in the great work that can be done when businesses, civil society and governments come together to solve problems.” He said Teneo had been hired to provide “business and communications” consulting.

Band also described how Kelly helped expand a fruitful relationship with UBS Global Wealth Management, introducing Bill Clinton to a top executive at a 2009 charity dinner. In the ensuing years, UBS upped its giving to the foundation, signed on as a Teneo client and agreed to pay Bill Clinton for speeches, Band wrote.

Records show UBS paid Clinton about $2 million in speaking fees between 2011 and 2015 for a series of appearances, generally alongside former president George W. Bush. The company also paid Hillary Clinton $225,000 for a 2013 speech.

UBS declined to comment.

Another achievement cited by Band: Laureate International Universities, a chain of for-profit international colleges, which donated to the foundation and agreed to pay Bill Clinton $3.5 million a year to serve as honorary chancellor.

Clinton has credited Band with conceiving of the Clinton Global Initiative, the glitzy annual meeting where corporate, government and nonprofit leaders gathered annually to talk about the world’s problems. Started in 2005, CGI became the best-known arm of the Clinton Foundation, which also operated education, environmental and health programs around the world. The final CGI meeting took place last month.

By 2011, the longtime Clinton aide was ready to strike out on his own.

That’s when Band and Kelly joined forces to form Teneo. At first, the firm remained closely linked to the Clinton network.

Band described in the memo how he combined his work for CGI and Teneo. He wrote that he had used a hotel room upstairs from the 2011 CGI gathering to meet with Teneo clients. He also acknowledged giving free CGI memberships to “target Teneo clients” being cultivated as potential foundation donors. Memberships generally cost $20,000 a year.

Teneo, meanwhile, named Bill Clinton its “honorary chairman.” Clinton had been initially tapped for a three-year arrangement in which he would provide advice to Teneo “regarding geopolitical, economic and social trends,” according to a separate June 2011 memo that Band wrote to the State Department seeking ethics approval for the former president’s employment.

Bill Clinton was initially paid $2 million by Teneo, according to “Man of the World,” a book written with the former president’s participation by author Joe Conason.

But Chelsea Clinton grew concerned when news leaked in late 2011 that MF Global, the hedge fund owned by former New Jersey governor Jon Corzine, had been paying the Clinton-tied firm $125,000 a month just before MF Global went bankrupt.

According to emails released by WikiLeaks, Chelsea Clinton complained in December 2011 to longtime Clinton aide John Podesta, who at the time was serving as an adviser to the Clinton Foundation, that she had been informed that a member of her father’s office staff who answered to Band had been making calls to British lawmakers “on behalf of President Clinton” for Teneo clients, particularly for the chief executive of Dow Chemical.

Chelsea Clinton wrote that the calls were occurring without her father’s knowledge and that the reactions she was hearing to them would “horrify” Bill Clinton. In another email, she wrote she feared Teneo was “hustling business at CGI.”

Chelsea Clinton’s concerns helped spark efforts at the foundation to adopt new policies governing outside consulting agreements designed to erect a more solid wall between Bill Clinton’s private and charitable activities. Emails show that Cheryl Mills, who at the time was serving as Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff at the State Department, was deeply involved in the foundation’s proceedings.

Bill Clinton also separated from Teneo, returning to the company all but $100,000 of the money he had been paid, tax returns show.

Emails show how the dispute between Chelsea Clinton and her father’s longtime aide led to personal hostility.

“I don’t deserve this from her and deserve a tad more respect or at least a direct dialogue for me to explain these things,” Band wrote to Podesta at the time. “She is acting like a spoiled brat kid who has nothing else to do but create issues to justify what she’s doing because she, as she has said, hasn’t found her way and has a lack of focus in her life.”

Band complained that no similar scrutiny was being applied to Bill Clinton himself. Band noted that he had previously signed a conflict of interest document for CGI.

“Oddly, WJC does not have to sign such a document even though he is personally paid by 3 cgi sponsors, gets many expensive gifts from them, some that are at home etc.,” he wrote.

The Band memo disclosed by WikiLeaks on Wednesday made no direct reference to Hillary Clinton.
But Band outlined that Kelly, his Teneo co-founder, had served simultaneously between 2009 and 2011 as an unpaid economic envoy to Northern Ireland appointed by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and as head of a separate consulting company whose clients included Coke, UBS and Dow.

Band wrote that the arrangement was consistent with Kelly’s State Department ethics agreement.

Kelly’s multiple roles came together during one State Department event in 2010, when then-Secretary Clinton recognized Dow, among other companies, for creating jobs in Northern Ireland and thanked Kelly for his work on the issue.

Dow became one of Teneo’s first major clients. According to Band’s memo, Dow chief executive Andrew Liveris had been introduced to Bill Clinton over a round of golf with Kelly in August 2009.
The company then increased its Clinton Foundation support, contributing $705,000 in 2010 and 2011. A Dow spokeswoman said that the company’s participation in the foundation dated to 2007 and that the charity was “aligned to core business and citizenship strategies that have positively leveraged the resources and capabilities of our company.”

Dow paid Teneo $2.8 million in 2011, payments that then jumped to $19.4 million in 2012, according to internal Dow documents made public as part of a whistleblower complaint. The company later said in public filings that the increase reflected a cost-saving decision to consolidate several consulting contracts with one firm.

But the spike raised red flags for an internal company fraud investigator, who expressed alarm that it may be linked to Bill Clinton’s work with a charity founded by Liveris — a charge the company denied.

“It appears Dow is paying Teneo for connections with Clinton,” the investigator wrote.
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Targeted Case Management Training To Privatize "The Poors" In Child Welfare

What joy!

I have discovered a tutorial on how to come up with crafty ways to submit false claims for cost reimbursement in Medicaid Targeted Case Management of Medicaid.

There is always a reason to bill...and to document evidence that the reasonable efforts did not work because no one successfully benefits from this crap, which is in more instances that one, only exists on pretty shiny pamphlet, where they can spread around the community, have universities co-sign, and raise funding for their children's trust fund, which does nothing but invest in Social Impact Bonds.

"The Poors" (always said with clinched teeth) will still remain poor but the Targeted Case Management programs will flourish.

This is privatization of "The Poors" as chattel.

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DOJ: Former Defense Contractor Pleads Guilty to Engaging in Commercial Sex with a Minor in the Philippines - Another Layer Of The Peculiar Institution Revealed

This is yet another reveal of a major investigative components coming together.

The individual found guilty impregnated, probably 13 years at the time, a girl, who was probably poor, from another country, Philippines, with a rich history of child trafficking, just ask Nancy Pelosi, where the infant, at birth, would more than likely be taken into state custody through foster care, for "failure to provide for the necessary needs of the child and moral turpitude, having given birth at 14 years, to be adopted out, through international adoptions, funded through USAID of the State Department, issued a new identity in the U.S. foster care system, to be re-adopted.....all billing Medicaid.

Yes, the individual found guilty legally represents the privatization of U.S. domestic and international policies of human trafficking, because calling it slavery, is just so passe'.

There were more than just one individual engaging in this U.S. cultural norm of how we treat humans.

There are corporations, NGOs and an entire financial & religious industries, willing and ready, to fuel the high demand of "maximizing revenues" by saving children (because you cannot call it profit if you are in the congregation of the tax exempt god) in child welfare.

In another 13 years, that "infant" if it is a girl, will continue the cycle, if a boy, will reach his "fullest potential" in some form of rape, torture or drugged as a lab rat.

Take a moment and think to yourself about what happens to the parents once their child is Legally Kidnapped?

It can happen to you.

This is but another layer revealed of the peculiar institution.

Much love.

A U.S. citizen pleaded guilty today to paying a 14-year-old girl for sex on multiple occasions in 2007.
Acting Assistant Attorney General John P. Cronan of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, Special Agent in Charge Patrick J. Lechleitner of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Washington, D.C., Special Agent in Charge Tracy Corimer of HSI St. Paul, Minnesota and Attaché Ransom J. Avilla of HSI Manila, Philippines made the announcement.
According to court documents, from in or about September 2007 until in or about December 2007, James Marvin Reed, then 52 years old, engaged in commercial sexual intercourse on multiple occasions with the then 14-year-old victim, and impregnated her, while he was working in the Philippines as a contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense. In 2016, he was arrested by Philippine authorities and returned to the United States for prosecution.
Reed pleaded guilty to one count of engaging in illicit sexual conduct in a foreign place. His sentencing is scheduled in June before U.S. District Judge Donovan W. Frank in the District of Minnesota.
Trial Attorneys Ralph Paradiso and James E. Burke IV of the Criminal Division’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS) are prosecuting the case. CEOS Trial Attorney Kathryn Furtado also served as a vital member of the prosecution team at earlier stages of the litigation.  The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Minnesota also provided substantial assistance in this prosecution.
This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice.  Led by U.S. Attorneys’ Offices and CEOS, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as to identify and rescue victims.  For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit www.justice.gov/psc.
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DEFANGO: DNC Files Lawsuit against Trump Wikileaks Russia based on Debunk evidence

The DNC lawsuit has invoked the law of chattels.

One thing we do know, Perkins Coie is not on the case.

Perkins Coie must be busy with other legal stuff.

It is also using the RICO statute, which means they, "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) have no clue about the history or the man behind of RICO.

There is a whole bunch of motions requesting help with service of the defendants, I do not know why, they were making money with them.

Bring it on because that is child welfare law.

Can you smell what I smell?

It's popcorn.

Do you realize the DNC is going to have to swear to the authenticity of the emails Russia and Wikileaks and G2 "hacked" to be true to enter into the record, which would be an admission to crimes against humanity, right?

It is my belief there was a legal plant deep within the DNC and I believe I know who it is, and he trolled theses "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) to file this, as a form of self incrimination to even more stuff.

Do you realized Wikileaks has another traunch of DNC and Clinton Foundation emails, perhaps the emails for a few others, that they would have to give up in discovery?

No one is this stupid.

The DNC was trolled by an old school civil rights pimp.

Get your popcorn. 


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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

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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 https://www.gao.gov/assets/700/690828.pdf  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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