Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Hillary Clinton,Barabara Boxer and Ionatron - the CIA's IED Penny Stock Fraud and More Dead Soldiers in Afghanistan,9/11,Israel

Hillary Clinton,Barabara Boxer and Ionatron - the CIA's IED Penny  Stock Fraud and More Dead Soldiers in Afghanistan,9/11,Israel

Sure the logical thing to have done would have been to have inmvestigated 9/11 when it happened and to have put those such as Israeli government money launderers of ICTS International in jail immediately and asked questions later had CEO Menachem Atzmon not beeen protected at highest levels of U.S.government including the state of Massachusstetts government and by Senator John Kerry,Barney Frank and the new Senator Edward Markey whose protection of such criminals and terrorists not only allowed 9/11 to happen but in many ways for the Boston Marathon to happen as well.

Below are some articles about the recent deaths of soldiers in Afghanistan blamed on faulty anti-IED or anti-Improvised Expolsive devices that have been going off ever since the criminals within the U.S.government beginning the W Bush and Dick Cheney sent them their based upon the lie that the Taliban were somehow responsible for Al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden who not only appear to have not had anything to do with the Israelis in control of Logan Airport Boston security on 9/11 but were created by W Bush's daddy when he was head of the CIA under Gerald Ford or slightly later when he was Vice President under Ronald Reagan........
to be continued

Coalition casualties in Afghanistan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In 2010, IED attacks in Afghanistan wounded 3,366 U.S. soldiers, which is nearly 60% of the ... Main article: British Forces casualties in Afghanistan since 2001.

Fraud fouls up fight against IEDs in Afghanistan

USA TODAY-3 hours ago
A $32-million effort begun in 2009 to seal off culverts to prevent insurgents from using them as hiding places for improvised explosive devices ...
Afghanistan Reconstruction: US Soldiers At Risk Because Of Private ...
-Huffington Post-11 hours ago

  1. Sleep-Away Camp for Postmodern Cowboys

    New York Times-Jul 21, 2013
    Recently back from a tour in Afghanistan, they sported combat ... the G.I.D., is a close partner of the C.I.A. in the Arab world, and over the .... He would go on two or three raids a night, targeting bomb makers, I.E.D. experts and money men. ... The objective was to blow a door with an explosive charge, rush ...
  2. Previously confidential documents prove FBI knew of Osama bin ...

    Daily Mail-Jul 15, 2013
    This one talks about an explosive that was found on the wreckage of TWA 800 ... from Asia to the States and crashing a plane into the CIA Headquarters in Fairfax. ... of a Casio-nitro IED placed on board Philippines Airline Flight 434. ... by a passenger – a soldier who had served in Afghanistan for example.
  3. Kabul presidential compound attackers killed

    Aljazeera.com-Jun 24, 2013
    The defence ministry and the Ariana Hotel, the CIA's Afghan station, ... in Khakriz district was caused by an improvised explosive device (IED).
  4. Is Afghanistan ready to defend itself ?

    Alaska Dispatch-Jun 25, 2013
    He is among those Afghans who tested high enough to land in the nascent ... the presidential palace and CIA offices in Kabul, reportedly killing three ... the right time), programs to counter improvised explosive devices (IEDs), ...
  5. Pakistan Security Brief - June 26, 2013

    Critical Threats Project-Jun 26, 2013
    On Wednesday, unidentified militants planted an IED by the roadside in ... The men, who had been hiding in Afghanistan, are alleged members of ... that they “emasculate” Muslim men and that the volunteers are “CIA spies. ... and can be used immediately as an explosive when combined with fuel, while ...
  6. 7 Afghan Policemen Killed in Bombings

    Fars News Agency-Jun 24, 2013
    TEHRAN (FNA)- Seven members of the Afghan National Police (ANP) were ... "Seven ANP members died in Improvised Explosive Device (IED...

  1. Afghan bomb makers shifting to new explosives for IEDs

    Military Times-Jun 25, 2013
    Potassium chlorate has surpassed fertilizer as the explosive of ... The typical IED in Afghanistan is triggered by the victim stepping on it or ...
  2. 3 Americans killed in IED attack in Afghanistan

    Washington Times-11 hours ago
    3 Americans killed in IED attack in Afghanistan ... in an improvised explosive device attack in eastern Afghanistan, local authorities reported.
  3. Nursing the victims of IEDs is focus of new exhibition

    Nursing Times-3 hours ago
    The story of how military nurses treat people injured by improvised explosive devices, better known as “IEDs”, in warzones such as Afghanistan ...
  4. IED explosion kills 5 in eastern Afghanistan

    Press TV-Jul 19, 2013
    At least five civilians have been killed after an improvised explosive device (IED) went off prematurely in the troubled eastern Afghanistan...
  5. Military Heroes of Southeast Texas

    Beaumont Enterprise-3 hours ago
    ... were killed by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan on Sept. ... of Liberty, died in Iraq on Oct. 8, 2007, shortly after an IED detonated ...


Comments of T. Ryals on S7-19-07

Jan 28, 2008 - Very Truly Yours, Christopher B. Hopkins ..... SEC,Schwab,Chris Cox,Hillary Clinton Barbara Boxer Aid CIA'S In-Q-Tel penny stock fraud.

SEC,Christopher Cox,Hillary Clinton and Barbara Boxer Aid CIA'S In ...

May 22, 2006 - SEC,Christopher Cox,Hillary Clinton and Barbara Boxer Aid CIA'S In-Q-Tel penny stock fraud ... -Chritopher Byron , New York Post ..... Ionatron, Inc. and its subsidiaries engage in the development and marketing of ... It also provides a counter-Improved Explosive Device (IED) vehicle, known as Joint IED ...


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May 15, 2006 -- IF former National Security Agency chief Michael Hayden hangs in there as President Bush's nominee to head the CIA and makes it to a Senate confirmation hearing, one of the panel's members should ask him this:
"Sir, please tell the committee how much further you anticipate allowing the CIA to expand its presence on Wall Street via the private venture capital firm known as In-Q-Tel, Inc."

Hayden came under withering fire in Washington last week as word spread that the ex-NSA chief had presided over the White House's post-9/11 surveillance program of monitoring domestic U.S. telephone calls. The White House, politically weakened from a year of setbacks both at home and abroad, may decide to withdraw Hayden from consideration and submit an alternative nominee burdened with less civil liberties baggage.

Yet whoever winds up in the CIA's top job will inherit a developing mess involving In-Q-Tel that was largely ignored by the agency's departing director, Porter Goss. Hints that all is not well with In-Q-Tel have begun seeping into view as this little-known domestic CIA front operation continues to funnel agency money into penny stock and micro-cap companies in Wall Street's murkiest back alleys.

Two In-Q-Tel CEOs have resigned from the six-year-old venture capital fund in just the last four months; the fund is being run on a day-to-day basis by a man from Washington's politically greased Carlyle Group who has been with In-Q-Tel for only a few weeks. Headhunters are said to be having trouble coming up with candidates for a permanent replacement.

And there are even reports, largely unconfirmed, that the Securities and Exchange Commision is looking into several penny stock promoters with ties to In-Q-Tel.

Launched in 1999 by CIA director George Tenet as a Wall Street venture fund to finance new technologies for the spy world, In-Q-Tel quickly found friends on Capitol Hill, where policymakers seized on the fund as a way to remind constituents that the ghost of Vietnam no longer walked the land. The attacks of 9/11 gave In-Q-Tel even more stature in Congress, where the fund came to be seen as an essential element in the war effort.

Yet the public's visceral reaction to last week's NSA revelations suggests that war or no war, a backlash against government snooping may be starting. And that in turn promises to crank up the heat under In-Q-Tel, where at least some of the fund's investments raise questions of judgment regarding how taxpayer money is being spent by the organization, as well as who it is choosing for business partners.

A year ago, this column drew back the curtain on a fishy In-Q-Tel in vestment, financed out of the black box budget of the CIA, in a defense-sector start-up called Ionatron Inc.

Run by a longtime Wall Street regulatory violator named Robert Howard, Ionatron used a cash infusion from In-Q-Tel to promote itself around Washington as the developer of a laser-equipped, remotely controlled device the size of a golf cart that could patrol the highways of Iraq, ferreting out and detonating insurgent land mines ahead of troop movements.

We warned in this space that the technology being trumpeted by Ionatron was not only unproven, but had been obtained by Howard and some midlevel researchers at Raytheon Corp. under highly irregular circumstances designed to persuade a West Coast laser researcher into turning over his research to Howard's group.

Nonetheless, Sen. Hillary Clinton and her Democratic colleague from California, Barbara Boxer, quickly embraced the Ionatron program, which eventually devoured more than $12 million in government funding before the Pentagon finally concluded last week that the devices are not reliable and cancelled plans to deploy them.

Ionatron's stock price has tumbled more than a third in the last three weeks, leaving the company's largest investor - prominent hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors, run by Steven A. Cohen of Connecticut - sitting with millions in paper losses.

SAC Capital has acknowledged that it is under investigation by the SEC in what appears to be a separate matter involving stock trading, and the SEC may soon start taking a look into the hedge fund's buying of Ionatron's shares.

In-Q-Tel's growing portfolio of investments includes a few successes. Yet the fund has more often poured money into companies that were barking dogs long before In-Q-Tel showed up, and have failed to improve since.

Consider a North Carolina outfit called ID Technologies Corp., which began life in 1994 as CardGuard International Inc. to promote a fingerprint identification system no one wanted to buy. In the four years that followed, the company racked up losses of $3 million on a mere $92,000 in revenues.

In 1998, the company changed its name to ID Technologies and added $2.5 million more to the loss column on barely $100,000 more in revenues.

Along the way, In-Q-Tel popped up with plans to invest $400,000 more in ID Tech, but the firm collapsed, leaving investors with $5.58 million in cumulative losses and a stock that now sells for a fraction of a penny per share.

Another In-Q-Tel investment, in a data software company called Convera Corp., may be headed in the same direction, bearing much greater losses. In 2004 the fund took a stake in Convera, which had yet to turn a profit while piling up more than $1 billion in cumulative losses since its founding in the mid-1980s.

By the end of 2005, a resulting bounce in Convera stock had topped out at $16, and the shares have since lost half their value. Last week they were trading below $8 on investor disenchantment with the perennial money loser's latest offering: an Internet search engine for extracting information from video files.

Because its funding comes from the CIA, In-Q-Tel has been an irresistible target for conspiracy theorists who charge that the CIA is somehow linked through it to every penny stock that goes south.

Last week, one left-leaning Web site reported that SEC investigators think the CIA-backed venture fund has been steering money into penny stock "pump and dump" firms in Israel, Dubai and Malaysia.

But a day's worth of phoning around traces these claims to a tireless complainant named Tony Ryals, who has been bombarding the SEC and Internet message boards for years with claims that he has uncovered a submerged world of In-Q-Tel-linked fraud stretching for Kuala Lumpur to the Middle East.

The alleged linkages are bewildering in their complexity and typically impossible to follow, but conspiracy buffs find them irresistible, since they seem to echo some of the CIA's worst excesses from 30 to 40 years ago, and by their nature, they can never be entirely disproved.

WHETHER the SEC has looked into Ryals' charges and found them baseless isn't known, but thanks to In-Q-Tel and the lengthening shadow of the CIA on Wall Street, the most improbable of such claims once again have a whiff of credibility.

Bottom line: There are many sensible ways the CIA could have gone about developing the technologies it needs, but funneling money into Wall Street via an outfit like In-Q-Tel was never one of them. So it will be a good thing for Wall Street - and for America, too - if the CIA's next spymaster simply shuts the operation down.

cbyron (at) nypost.com

CIA Gains in Hunt for VC CEO

In-Q-Tel downplays chatter about the spy agency’s venture arm


The Post column also flagged comments by frequent Internet poster Tony Ryals, who accuses In-Q-Tel, variously, of participating in penny stock “pump and dump” schemes in a variety of countries, including Dubai, Malaysia, and Israel, with the blogger adding an allegation that the Securities and Exchange Commission was investigating In-Q-Tel.

Mr. Tighe said In-Q-Tel does not invest in public companies, and had no involvement in any of those countries mentioned. “That simply isn’t accurate. We’re open to innovation wherever it is coming from in the world, but we have no activity in those regions,” he said.

He also denied the firm is under investigation by the SEC. Calls to the SEC on the topic drew the expected “no comment.”

Mr. Tighe also said the venture firm has been well-insulated from Washington politics that have rocked the agency since the sudden resignation of CIA Director Porter Goss earlier this month.

“There’s been no repercussions here, in part because we’re structured as a formal year-by-year problem-set definition, and we get input from that from each of the agencies in the intelligence community,” he said. “So our mission is clear, and pre-established. There’s no changes or tweaking coming from the surface of the ocean, if you will. We run beneath all those tides.”

indymedia beirut | Nigeria,Africa,William Jefferson,Tim Mahoney ...

Vodicka is responsible for bringing in media heiress Barbara Hearst as an investor. ..... business writer Christopher Byron pointed out in his article,'The CIA Stinks', ... to the penny stock 'company' Ionatron to develop their supposed anti- 'IED' ,or ..... SEC,Schwab,Chris Cox,Hillary Clinton & Barbara Boxer Aid CIA'S In-Q-Tel ...

Ionatron Announces Receipt Of U.S. Government Contract - SpaceWar

Mar 14, 2005 - Tucson AZ (SPX) Mar 14, 2005 - Ionatron, a next generation controlled ... Device (IED) system that utilizes Ionatron's proprietary technology. ... CIA Correcting Prewar Iraq WMD Assessments With Retrospective Reports.

Ionatron Investors Blow Their Tops | Danger Room | Wired.com

Jul 25, 2007 - As Sharon noted a few months back, Ionatron has a legion of fans ... gunners and their less-than-functional Joint IED Neutralizer, or JIN. .... Documents Reveal How the NSA Cracked the Kryptos Sculpture Years Before the CIA.

Ionatron, Inc. – FREE Ionatron, Inc. information | Encyclopedia.com ...

www.encyclopedia.com › ... › January 2007
Ionatron, Inc. – Encyclopedia.com has Ionatron, Inc. articles, Ionatron, Inc. pictures, ... products for locating and detonating improvised explosive devices (IEDs). ... "The Ionatron Bomb—What You Get When You Mix CIA, Tech, and Stock Tips," ...

  1. SEC,Christopher Cox,Hillary Clinton and Barbara Boxer Aid CIA'S In ...

    May 22, 2006 - SEC,Christopher Cox,Hillary Clinton and Barbara Boxer Aid CIA'S In-Q-Tel penny .... head of his Agora Inc.' s ' Strategic Investment' penny stock mail fraud ops to do it . .... Ionatron, Inc. and its subsidiaries engage in the development and ... It also provides a counter-Improved Explosive Device (IED) vehicle, ...
  2. indymedia beirut | Nigeria,Africa,William Jefferson,Tim Mahoney ...

    So this phony shell of a company that used Hillary Clinton's and Barbara ... has unethically close ties to the Ionatron CIA and In-Q-Tel penny stock pump and dump ... reasoning in voting in favor of Ionatron's supposed anti-IED technology may ...

  3. aangirfan: MALAYSIA - BELHAJ, CIA, SODOMY

    Dec 20, 2011 - ... Ionatron penny stock fraud and me in his article 'CIA Inc.Stinks' that ... Endovasc,Hillary Clinton and Barbara Boxer Aid CIA'S In-Q-Tel ... CIA Inc. Stinks. ... CIA-backed venture fund has been steering money into penny stock ...

    Steve Wozniak Apple,Yahoo email theft,Charles Schwab and CIA ...

    Jun 22, 2013 - I'd like to hear more about CIA and U.S.government connected financial ... as well as its Ionatron, fraud that claimed to hsave a cure for IEDS or ...

    Email from Veterans Today Editor Gordon Duff:CIA,AGORA INC ...

    Feb 1, 2012 - Email from Veterans Today Editor Gordon Duff:CIA,AGORA INC CONNECTED STOCK ...... or employees of which Mark Skousen who promoted the CIA's 'anti IED company called Ionatron that ex NY Post Rupert Murdoch reporter ... 2006 titled,'The CIA Stinks' that besides Hillary Clinton and Barbara

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