Insiders Who Provided Information on
Corruption Affecting National Security
Former FBI Special Agent and highly decorated military helicopter pilot. His testimony would reveal:
CIA-DEA drug trafficking into the United States.
CIA and White House politicians involved in secret funding and arming of Iraq during the 1980s.
Cover-up by the FBI of these criminal and treasonous acts against the United States.
The murderous conduct of his Supervising Special Agent Lindley DeVecchio.
After he circumvented FBI cover-ups and made his charges to members of Congress, false charges were made against him. He is now in prison in New York with a prison sentence insuring that he will die in prison.
Former head of a CIA financial proprietary in Hawaii. His testimony would reveal, among other things:
Secret funding of CIA domestic operations.
How CIA secretly finances its operations.
CIA assisting Ferdinand Marcus with hiding stolen funds in the United States while U.S. Department of Justice was seeking these funds.
Opening and funding secret off-shore bank accounts for high-level U.S. officials, including a former U.S. President.
Familiar with how CIA funnels money to CIA proprietaries, how CIA opened and funded secret off-shore bank accounts for high-level federal officials.
Typical example of CIA disavow tactics, fraudulently denying involvement in operations which they fund and direct.
False federal charges by Justice Department prosecutors, and cooperation of CIA personnel and federal judges, resulted in an 80-year prison sentence.
CIA operative involved in drugs, money laundering, and other CIA operations, in Europe and the United States in the 1970s and 1980s. His testimony would reveal, among others:
CIA drug-related dealings with organized crime in the United States. Involved directly in drug transfer between CIA and organized crime, including the Gotti crime family, and using CIA bank facilities to launder organized crime's drug money into offshore bank accounts.
October Surprise. Involved in October Surprise scheme.
Involved in CIA money laundering. Did money laundering for the CIA, and laundered drug money for the Gotti crime family, using CIA bank sources.
Believed to be involved in CIA looting of financial institutions.
Gave congressional testimony about drugs, drug-money laundering, etc. Testified about these activities to Congress in 1989. Transcript available. Congress, as usual, covered up.
False charges kept him repeatedly in federal prison.
CIA operative involved in looting savings and loans and other financial institutions.
False federal charges sent him to federal prison.
CIA operative involved in October Surprise clean-up operations, removing all records relating to the secret meetings in Paris with George Bush and other U.S. personnel.
False federal charges resulted in prison.
CIA asset involved with Iranians and October Surprise. His testimony would reveal, among others:
Involved in money laundering associated with October Surprise, moving money for bribing Iranians.
Altering the Inslaw software stolen by Justice Department officials and a subsequent federal judge.
Movement of drug money for the CIA
Now in federal prison for attempting to report the criminal activities.
Member of former army Special Operations Group. His testimony would reveal, among others:
Military's involvement in drug trafficking, setting up radio beacons for small aircraft to navigate from Colombia to Panama at very low levels.
CIA-military spying on state-level politicians.
False charges put him into prison in Massachusetts for many years.
Former federal agent Rodney Stich. Former federal inspector-investigator for the FAA, with years of continuous contacts with many former CIA and other deep-cover operatives.)
His testimony and documents would prove, among other things:
Corrupt and criminal activities associated with specific airline crashes. Hard-core evidence, acquired initially as a federal inspector-investigator, related to a number of specific airline crashes occurring in Stich's area of federal inspector responsibility. Thousands of pages of documents support his charges. Includes cover-up of the criminal activities by FAA, NTSB and Justice Department officials. This misconduct continues to play a permissive and contributing role in many airline crashes continuing to occur.
Decades of CIA drug trafficking into the United States. As an airline pilot in the 1950s, he learned from other pilots in Tokyo and Beirut that they were flying drugs for CIA-related activities. From approximately 1987 Stich learned from his many former CIA and other deep-cover sources. This group includes pilots who flew the drugs, people who had mid-level responsibilities in various areas of the drug activities, people who arranged for drug-money laundering through CIA bank facilities. These assets have provided Stich with affidavits, hundreds of documents, letters, detailing the criminal and subversive activities involving high-level government personnel.
Personal knowledge of judicial looting of bankruptcy court assets, augmented by information from his CIA sources.
Criminal cover-up and obstruction of justice by high-level government and non-government personnel. Stich details in his books the high-level cover-up and obstruction of justice by federal judges, Justice Department officials, much of the establishment media. These are criminal acts under federal law, and permitted to continue great harm upon the United States and most of its people.
Felony retaliation by federal judges and Justice Department employees, seeking to silence his reporting of criminal misconduct related to a series of airline crashes, his attempts to expose the CIA and other links to drug smuggling, silence his exposure of judicial corruption, among others. This retaliation is proven by judicial records.
Other criminal activities involving CIA, Justice Department employees, federal judges, and members of Congress.
Stich's evidence includes:
Hundreds of FAA reports and a 4000-page transcript of a hearing that he forced upon the FAA, during which he acted as a form of independent prosecutor. The evidence and testimony proved the relationship between criminal misconduct and a series of fraud-related and specific airline crashes, which continued to occur during the hearing, and for years afterwards.
Federal actions filed by Stich seeking to report the criminal activities that he discovered, including the federal offenses associated with the airline crashes and then seeking to report the criminal activities implicating federal officials and those acting in their behalf (standard disavow tactics). The attempt to report federal crimes to a federal judge is provided, and required, under federal criminal statute, Title 18 USC Section 4.
Thousands of sequestered government documents that he obtained while a federal investigator, judicial records, and obtained from his many CIA and other deep-cover sources.
Over 1,000 hours of statements concerning drug smuggling and other criminal activities made to Stich during the past ten years by his many CIA and other deep-cover sources, often in deposition-like settings, and sworn affidavits. Many of these information exchanges were in deposition-like sessions. Some of these depositions were filed into federal criminal actions.
Testimony that Stich can provide as to what he discovered during his official government duties and then as a private investigator who became a focal point for many former CIA and other deep-cover operatives.
Several schemes were involved to block Stich's reporting of the criminal activities of people in the three branches of government. Included among the schemes were:
Making life difficult for him as a government agent, causing him to resign.
Using CIA-FBI front law firms to file sham lawsuits against him, intended to divert and halt his exposure activities.
Federal judges and Justice Department trustees forced him into bankruptcy and then without any notice, violating federal due process, seized and liquidated him $10 million in assets.
Federal judges and Justice Department Prosecutors charged him with criminal contempt of court for attempting to report the criminal activities that he sought to report via a court filing.
Federal judges issues unlawful and unconstitutional orders permanently barring him from filing any papers in the federal courts. These orders barred him from reporting the criminal activities under the federal crime reporting statute (18 U.S.C. § 4) and blocked him from exercising federal defenses against the record numbers of violations of federally protected rights being perpetrated against him.
Former Special Ops counter terrorism expert, conducting seminars in Europe for Russian and Lithuanian government and military personnel. Learned of suitcase nuclear bombs and nuclear material being sold to terrorists, and discovered from his Russian sources Russian moles in the FBI and CIA.
He was sent to federal prison on the basis of false charges by federal prosecutors.
CIA-ONI operative in the 1960s through 1980s in the Middle East, in mid to high-level covert activities, in various areas of covert activities. His testimony would reveal, among other things:
Pattern of CIA-directed and condoned assassinations
CIA drug trafficking from the Middle and Far East, the Caribbean and Central and South America, including the Los Angeles area, and aspects of the drugging of the blacks not previously revealed (such as funding CIA drug purchases from assets looted in bankruptcy court); joint activities with organized crime figures in drug smuggling and looting of savings and loans.
Judicial looting of bankruptcy court assets. Some of the looted funds were used to fund CIA drug purchases. These criminal activities involve federal judges, Justice Department trustees and other government employees, law firms and attorneys.
Involvement in October Surprise scheme, that corrupted the 1980 presidential elections.
Bribing of federal judges, and how they receive their bribe funds.
CIA role in setting up the Medellin and Cali cartels, making it easier for the CIA to coordinate drug sales.
Evidence. In addition to his own testimony, dozens of letters and hundred of taped deposition-like sessions are available as he described these covert activities.
He was repeatedly falsely charges with federal crimes and sent to prison.
Former U.S. Army helicopter pilot, sheep-dipped to Central Intelligence Agency. His testimony and documents would reveal, among other things:
Personal knowledge of CIA, National Security Council and White House-directed drug shipments on military and CIA helicopters, the cooperation of the military in the drugging of America, and involvement of well-known national figures.
Personal knowledge of high-level involvement in drug-related activities. He carried on his helicopter trips such well-known figures as Oliver North, Dan Lasater, Buddy Young, William Barr (while attorney for Southern Air Transport and before he became US attorney general), Buddy Young (aide to Governor Bill Clinton), Felix Rodriguez (responsible to George Bush), to drug-related activities. These include inspection of drug laboratories, and once to a meeting with General Noriega and Barry Seal (the purpose of which was to discover where the drug money was being siphoned off on the Panama to Arkansas route).
Drugs to Arkansas. He flew drugs on US Army helicopters to Little Rock and Mena from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, including delivery to Dan Lasater and Buddy Young.
Military flight plans showing passengers and comments relating to drugs being carried. This witness has a great number of military flight plans showing his flights, who his passengers were, with comments on the flight plans showing carriage of drugs in coolers fraudulently marked "medical supplies." These flight plans included drug-carrying flights from Fort Campbell, Kentucky to Little Rock and Mena, Arkansas, delivering "medical supplies" in coolers to a "Doctor" Lasater (aka Dan Lasater) and Buddy Young (head of security for then-governor Bill Clinton).
Supporting evidence includes military flight plans, letters, affidavits, court filings, and tapes.
False charges were filed against him and he was sentenced to federal prison.
Head of a CIA proprietary airline. Testimony and evidence would reveal, among other things:
Extensive knowledge of CIA drug smuggling into the United States from the Far East, as a result of being the titular head of a CIA proprietary airline that frequently carried drugs. Details of interaction with other CIA proprietary or front-airlines, including Southern Air Transport and Evergreen Airlines. The airline was CIA funded and equipped, and was based in Bangkok, with an office in Miami. Activities included hauling drugs from the Far East to the Philippines, where the drugs would be off-loaded onto other CIA proprietary airlines, such as Southern Air Transport. Later, when four-engine aircraft were provided, the drug-loaded planes went directly to the United States.
Supporting evidence would be testimony, from letters written by the source, tapes of his deposition-like statements, affidavits (filed in federal court proceedings) available, airline registration certificate and bill of sale certificates conveying ownership of C-130 aircraft to his airline.
False charges sent him to federal prison.
Former pilot working with the Drug Enforcement Administration in Central and South America and the United States. His testimony would reveal, among other things:
Arms being shipped by DEA and CIA to Contras and Sandinistas, in violation of U.S. law, and showing the false premise used by U.S. officials that they were supporting only one side, the Contras, allegedly to combat the country from selecting the communistic form of government. He flew the arms, provided by the DEA, in DEA-provided aircraft, and returned with drugs, off-loading at DEA facilities.
Arms exchanged for drugs, and hauling of drugs back to the United States, including unloading of drugs at DEA facilities at Addison Airport and elsewhere. Can provide precise details, maps, about the drug routes, landing strips, DEA and CIA contacts at each end, and how arms were sent to both the Contras and the Sandinistas.
False charges were made and he was sentenced to federal prison.
Former CIA asset specializing in CIA money laundering. His testimony would reveal, among other things:
CIA money laundering in Caribbean area, and CIA association with several well-known criminals.
Federal prosecutors charges him with federal crimes and he spent years in prison.
Former OSS operative and pilot during World War II. CIA operative in Central and South America and the Far East. He was the pilot for United Nations' Dag Hammarskjold and the Shah of Iran. His testimony would reveal, among other things:
CIA drug trafficking from the Middle East, Central and South America, and the Far East. He flew drug loads for his CIA contacts, including allegedly Theodore Shackley.
Assassinations that he allegedly carried out in South America for the CIA.
False charges sent him to federal prison.
ONI asset, working on offshore oil rigs. His testimony would reveal:
Drugs being off-loaded at oil rigs, and then sent by helicopter or boat to shore.
Knowledge about then-governor Bill Clinton's Arkansas drug activities.
CIA drug smuggling into the United States.
False charges sent him to federal prison.
Washington attorney who worked closely with Stich and a former CIA asset. His testimony would have revealed, among others:
CIA drug trafficking, October Surprise, Inslaw, and other crimes.
Found dead under mysterious circumstances. The files on the hard drive of his computer were erased, his computer floppy disks were taken, as were his 55 audio tapes and their transcripts of information given by source # 2.
Found dead after giving information to U.S. Attorney General.
San Francisco attorney exchanging information with Stich about the corruption in the bankruptcy courts, found murdered the day before he was to give evidence to the FBI. His testimony would have revealed, among others:
Endemic corruption in bankruptcy courts in San Francisco, implicating federal judges, Justice Department officials, attorneys and law firms, and the CIA, looting the assets of innocent people who naively exercised the statutory protections of Chapter 11.
Killed the night before the FBI was to receive his evidence. File on his computer hard drive were erased and his floppy disks and records taken from his office.
Former DIA operative, who worked with DEA in the Middle East. His testimony would reveal, among others:
CIA-DEA drug smuggling from the Middle East, in conjunction with Lebanese and Syrian drug traffickers, using civilian airliners for the drug-smuggling pipeline. His testimony would help to show how the bomb was placed on Pan Am 103; would show the Justice Department cover-up and obstruction of justice (among other criminal offenses); would show the misuse of federal power and sources to criminally retaliate against those who expose government misconduct.
False charges filed against him after he sought to expose the CIA involvement in drugs, and using Pan Am aircraft in the covert operation.
Head of an all-black assassination team. His testimony would reveal:
CIA operation in Indochina, commenced about five years before the start of the Vietnam War, with instructions to destabilize the region, assassinating whoever they came in contact with, including American advisors and military personnel. This mindset coincides with the School of the Americas and other assassination activities directed by the CIA.
Documents would reveal orders for him to extract if possible, or to kill if necessary, American POWs; and subsequent documents reveal the assassination of the America POWs, showing involvement of the White House, CIA, Marine Corps, among others.
Sent to prison following charge filed by federal prosecutors.
Former chief of Narcotics, INS office, in New York. After he was reporting and bringing about the prosecution of Dominican and other drug traffickers in the New York-New Jersey area, political pressure caused Justice Department prosecutors to file false charges against him, halting investigation and prosecution of drug traffickers in the area--including the terrorists in New Jersey who later bombed the World trade Center in 1993.
For attempting to perform his duty, Justice Department prosecutors charged him with a federal crime and sentenced him to federal prison.
Former Mafia member in New York City, who provide Stich with information on corrupt activities between FBI agents in the New York City area and organized crime. One of the activities included FBI agents giving information to organized crime members of government informants, who would then be murdered. This was similar to the FBI activities in Boston that resulted in many government informants being murdered, and innocent people sent to federal prison. These activities were known to FBI headquarters in Washington, for years, who aided and abetted these crimes.
Woman who grew up in a Mafia family in New York, with information of Mafia and CIA related activities.
Former INS agent who was falsely charged with a drug offense and sent to prison after he reported information about a DEA agent who was involved in drug smuggling in Mexico and who had murdered a Mexican laborer who had discovered his DEA role.
CIA asset that trained small-plane contra pilots in Arkansas, worked with NSC Oliver North and William Barr. His testimony would reveal, among others:
Drug smuggling into the United States by the National Security Council and particularly Oliver North.
Involvement of high-level federal officials (including Oliver North, William Barr (before being appointed U.S. Attorney General over the Justice Department.
Involvement of government personnel in Arkansas.
Many more insiders provided Stich with insider information. In addition, there are dozens of other insiders who have tried to provide information about criminal activities, only to be either ignored or silenced.
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