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MessageSujet: Wackenhut   Lun 7 Juin 2010 - 14:01

.
Je vous conseille la lecture de l'article suivant et des documents joints :

http://www.agoravox.fr/tribune-libre/article/atom-heart-fucker-saison-5-le-74938

Atom Heart Fucker (saison 5) le scandale perpétuel de Rocky Flats

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MessageSujet: Re: Wackenhut   Jeu 28 Oct 2010 - 21:15

Le document suivant est en anglais mais il pourrait vous intéresser :

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_wackenhut06.htm

Manifestement, ils aiment les fiches ... (ce qui est confirmé dans d'autres documents).

Extraits

(...) In 1954, George Wackenhut, then a 34-year old former FBI agent, joined up with three other former FBI agents to open a company in Miami called Special Agent Investigators Inc. The partnership was neither successful nor harmonious - George once knocked partner Ed Dubois unconscious to end a disagreement over the direction the company would take - and in 1958, George bought out his partners.

However capable Wackenhut’s detectives may have been at their work, George Wackenhut had two personal attributes that were instrumental in the company’s growth.

First, he got along exceptionally well with important politicians.

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Smathers’s firm set up a wholly owned subsidiary of Wackenhut that provided only guards, not detectives. Shortly thereafter, Wackenhut received multimillion-dollar contracts from the government to guard Cape Canaveral and the Nevada nuclear-bomb test site, the first of many extremely lucrative federal contracts that have sustained the company to this day.

The second thing that helped make George Wackenhut successful was that he was, and is, a hard-line right-winger. He was able to profit from his beliefs by building up dossiers on Americans suspected of being Communists or merely left-leaning-"subversives and sympathizers," as he put it-and selling the information to interested parties.

According to Frank Donner, the author of "Age of Surveillance", the Wackenhut Corporation maintained and updated its files even after the McCarthyite hysteria had ebbed, adding the names of antiwar protesters and civil-rights demonstrators to its list of "derogatory types."

( ... )

William Corbett, a terrorism expert who spent 18 years as a CIA analyst and is now an ABC News consultant based in Europe, confirmed the relationship between Wackenhut and the agency.

"For years Wackenhut has been involved with the CIA and other intelligence organizations, including the DEA," he told SPY. "Wackenhut would allow the CIA to occupy positions within the company [in order to carry out] clandestine operations."

He also said that Wackenhut would supply intelligence agencies with information, and that it was compensated for this- "in a quid pro quo arrangement," Corbett says - with government contracts worth billions of dollars over the years.

We have uncovered considerable evidence that Wackenhut carried the CIA’s water in fighting Communist encroachment in Central America in the 1980s (that is to say, during the Reagan administration when the CIA director was former Wackenhut lawyer William Casey, the late superpatriot who had a proclivity for extralegal and illegal anti-Communist covert operations such as Iran-contra).

In 1981, Berckmans, the CIA agent turned Wackenhut vice president, joined with other senior Wackenhut executives to form the company’s Special Projects Division. It was this division that linked up with ex-CIA man John Phillip Nichols, who had taken over the Cabazon Indian reservation in California, as we described in a previous article ["Badlands," April 1992], in pursuit of a scheme to manufacture explosives, poison gas and biological weapons - and then, by virtue of the tribe’s status as a sovereign nation, to export the weapons to the contras.

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Wackenhut’s connection to the CIA and to other government agencies raises several troubling questions:

* First, is the CIA using Wackenhut to conduct operations that it has been forbidden to undertake?
* Second, is the White House or some other party in the executive branch working through Wackenhut to conduct operations that it doesn’t want Congress to know about?
* Third, has Wackenhut’s cozy relationship with the government given it a feeling of security-or worse, an outright knowledge of sensitive or embarrassing information-that allows the company to believe that it can conduct itself as though it were above the law?

A congressional investigation into Wackenhut’s activities in the Alyeska affair last November began to shed some light on Wackenhut’s way of doing business; clearly it’s time for Congress to investigate just how far Wackenhut’s other tentacles extend.

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MessageSujet: Re: Wackenhut   Ven 29 Oct 2010 - 10:58

Recherche Google : 'Danny Casolaro'
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MessageSujet: Re: Wackenhut   Ven 29 Oct 2010 - 11:35

Merci pour le conseil.

Wikipedia (en anglais) semble bien documenté

'Danny Casolaro' : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Casolaro

Je n'ai pas trouvé grand-chose en français, malheureusement ...

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Riconosciuto further claimed that he had worked on weapons programs there for The Wackenhut Corporation, such as a powerful "fuel air explosive".

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Frequent rumors that his company was in the employ of the Central Intelligence Agency, particularly in the 1960s, were never substantiated, but Wackenhut, who was obsessive about high-tech security gadgets in his private life, did not discourage the suggestion. In 1991, a U.S. House of Representatives committee investigated charges that a Wackenhut executive, working for a consortium of oil companies, illegally spied on a whistleblower, former independent oil executive Chuck Hamel, exposing environmental damage caused by the Exxon Valdez oil spill.[13]

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Un site internet de Wackenhut :

http://www.g4s.us/en-us/

Les liens entre les sociétés de surveillance et les services secrets semblent courants. En Belgique, Securitas a été créée par des membres de tels services (André Moyen, etc).

Elles ont pu en apprendre les techniques ...
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MessageSujet: Re: Wackenhut   Ven 29 Oct 2010 - 12:36

When asked what 1 ,500 men were doing for Wackenhut in El Salvador, Bermudez replied coyly, "Things."
Pressed, he elaborated: "Things you wouldn't want your mother to know about."It's worth noting that Wackenhut's annual revenues from government
contracts--the alleged reward for cooperation in the government's
clandestine activities-increased by 150 million, a 45 percent jump, while
Ronald Reagan was in office.
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While early boards of directors included such prominent personalities of the
political right as Captain Eddie Rickenbacker; General Mark Clark and Ralph E. Davis,
a John Birch Societyleader, current and recent members of the board have included much of the
country's recent national-security directorate: former FBI director Clarence
Kelley; former Defense secretary and former CIA deputy director Frank
Carlucci: former Defense Intelligence Agent director General Joseph Carroll;
former U.S. Secret Service director James J. Rowley; former Marine
commandant P. X. Kelley; and acting chairman of President Bush's foreign-
intelligence advisory board and former CIA deputy director Admiral Bobby Ray
Inman. Before his appointment as Reagan's CIA director, the late William
Casey was Wackenhut's outside legal counsel. The company has 30,000 armedemployees on its payroll.


Source: SPY magazine

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Birch_Society

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Mcdonald

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MessageSujet: Re: Wackenhut   Ven 16 Mar 2012 - 13:04


Voir :


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Signal_and_Control

(ISC was involved in two major indiscretions, for which CEO James Guerin received a 15-year prison sentence)


et l'article suivant :


Inman's friends and other enemies.

(1994). The Humanist, 54(2), 38-38

The handling of the Bobby Ray Inman story by "Time" magazine is criticized. Now that Inman has removed his name from consideration for the post of Secretary of Defense, many questions will remain unanswered.

Inman wrote a letter last year to a U.S. district court judge in Philadelphia commending the "patriotism" of arms merchant James Guerin, who has since been sentenced to 15 years for fraud and smuggling weapons to South Africa. While he praised Guerin for providing the U.S. with "information obtained during his foreign travels," Inman did not as the court for leniency.

That Inman didn't stoop to requesting a lighter sentence for his buddy James Guerin seems to be a bonus in Nelan's eyes--enough to absolve the journalist from asking other questions, such as: what was Bobby Ray Inman doing hanging around with Guerin, who both violated the arms embargo against South Africa and bilked the U.S. government out of vast sums of money?

Those who have followed Inman's career--both in and out of Washington --have raised similar questions. Now that Inman has withdrawn his nomination as Secretary of Defense, many of these queries will be left unanswered.

Here's one more. During the heyday of Reagan's foreign policy, Inman served on the board of directors of the Wackenhut Corporation, based in Coral Gables, morida. TWC is and always has been more than what it pretends to be--the biggest private rent-a-cop agency in the world. Such basic security services are a low-margin business, however, and TWC has never been afraid to venture out into sexier and more profitable ventures. This entrepreneurial spirit has led TWC to involve itself in security operations throughout Latin America, most notably in El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala. According to Jefferson Morley of the Nation, back in 1988 several employees of TWC helped members of E1 Salvador's death squads hatch and carry out an elaborate scheme to kidnap the then-U.S. ambassador to E1 Salvador, Edwin Corr. The plotters hoped to pin the blame on the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), but the intrigue failed. News of the conspiracy--which, if successful, would have been an international incident--and Wackenhut's hand in it were seemingly lost in, and on, the U.S. press (see Jefferson Morley, "The Vanishing Kidnap Plot," the Nation, July 30--August 6, 1988).

Wackenhut employees seem to have a thing for indigenous paramilitaries. In the late 1970s, TWC sought and obtained special permission from the Belgian government to operate there. By 1982, however, the company had succeeded in hiring several neoNazi thugs from Belgium's notoriously violent and anti-Semitic Westland New Post. One such employee was Marcel Barbier, who Wackenhut assigned to guard a synagogue (!) on the Rue de la Regence in 1982. The synagogue mysteriously blew up on Barbier's watch.

Ah, you may say, but Barbier was just a low-level employee. Unfortunately, TWC's local director for the city of Brussels turned out to be Jean Francis Calmette, who both trained and armed members of the Westland New Post. Not surprisingly, some other like-minded TWC employees were caught luring immigrant children into basements and beating them (see Jan Capelle, "Westland New Post: Ombres et Lumieres," Article 31, Belgique, July 30, 1987). Wackenhut beat a hasty retreat out of Belgium shortly after these disclosures.

For more on Wackenhut, have a look at the late Frank Donner's books, The Age of Surveillance and Protectors of Privilege. And while you're pondering the case of TWC, ask yourself another question: might someone have quizzed Inman about his role on TWC's board? Could someone have asked Inman about TWC's operations around the world? Perhaps--but now we'll never know. "Good heavens," quoth Dryden, "how faction can a patriot paint!"

Gerry O'Sullivan is co-editor of The Humanist.

Copyright American Humanist Association Mar 1994



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MessageSujet: Re: Wackenhut   Mer 7 Aoû 2013 - 16:16


http://www.lycaeum.org/books/books/last_circle/4.htm

(...)

George Wackenhut's political leanings were once described in a book entitled, "The Age of Surveillance, The Aims and Methods of America's Political Intelligence System," by Frank J. Donner (Knopf, 1980), pp. 424425 as such: "The agency's [Wackenhut] professional concerns reflect the political values of its director, George Wackenhut. A rightist of the old blood, he selected as his directors an assortment of ultras prominent in the John Birch Society, the ASC, and other rightwing groups. The agency's monthly house organ, the `Wackenhut Security Review,' systematically decried the subversive inspiration in virtually all the protest movements of the sixties, from civil rights to peace. This vigilance earned the publication the accolade of rightwing organizations, inluding (in 1962) the George Washington Honor Medal and the Freedom Foundation Award at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania; and (in 1965 and 1966) the Vigilant Patriots Award from the AllAmerican Conference to Combat Communism."

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Of all the articles written about Wackenhut Corporation, probably the most provacative was written by John Connolly for SPY magazine, published in September 1992, pp. 4654. Connolly, a former New York police officer turned writer, began his story with the following introduction: "What? A big private company one with a board of former CIA, FBI and Pentagon officials; one in charge of protecting nuclearweapons facilities, nuclear reactors, the Alaskan oil pipeline and more than a dozen American embassies abroad; one with longstanding ties to a radical rightwing organization; one with 30,000 men and women under arms secretly helped Iraq in its effort to obtain sophisticated weapons? And fueled unrest in Venezuela? This is all the plot of a new bestselling thriller, right? Or the ravings of some overheated conspiracy buff, right? Right? WRONG."

Connolly highlighted George Wackenhut as a "hardline rightwinger" who was able to profit from his beliefs by building dossiers on Americans suspected of being Communists or leftleaning "subversives and sympathizers" and selling the information to interested parties. By 1965 , Wackenhut was boasting to potential investors that the company maintained files on 2.5 million suspected dissidents one in 46 American adults then living.

In 1966, after acquiring the private files of Karl Barslaag, a former staff member of the House Committee on UnAmerican Activities, Wackenhut could confidently maintain that with more than 4 million names, it had the largest privately held file on suspected dissidents in America.

Connolly wrote that it was not possible to overstate the special relationship that Wackenhut enjoys with the federal government. Richard Babayan, claiming to be a CIA contract employee, told SPY that "Wackenhut has been used by the CIA and other intelligence agencies for years. When they [the CIA] need cover, Wackenhut is there to provide it for them."

Another CIA agent, Bruce Berckmans, who was assigned to the CIA station in Mexico City, but left the agency in January 1975 (putatively) to become a Wackenhut internationaloperations vice president, told SPY that he had seen a formal proposal submitted by George Wackenhut to the CIA offering Wackenhut offices throughout the world as fronts for CIA activities. In 1981, Berckmans joined with other senior Wackenhut executives to form the company's Special Projects Division. It was this division that linked up with exCIA man Dr. John Phillip Nichols, the Cabazon tribal administrator, in pursuit of a scheme to manufacture explosives, poison gas and biological weapons for export to the contras and other communist fighting rebels worldwide.

SPY also printed testimony from William Corbett, a terrorism expert who spent 18 years as a CIA analyst and is now an ABC News consultant in Europe. Said Corbett, "For years Wackenhut has been involved with the CIA and other intelligence organizations, including the DEA. Wackenhut would allow the CIA to occupy positions within the company [in order to carry out] clandestine operations."Additionally, Corbett said that Wackenhut supplied intelligence agencies with information, and it was compensated for this "in a quid pro quo arrangement" with government contracts worth billions of dollars over the years.

On page 51, in a box entitled, "Current and Former Wackenhut Directors," SPY published the following names: "John Ammarell, former FBI agent; Robert Chasen, former FBI agent; Clarence Kelly, former FBI director; Willis Hawkins, former assistant secretary of the Army; Paul X. Kelley, fourstar general (ret.), U.S. Marine Corps; Seth McKee, former commander in chief, North American Air Defense Command; Bernard Schriever, former member, President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board; Frank Carlucci, former Defense Secretary and former deputy CIA director; Joseph Carroll, former director, Defense Intelligence Agency; James Rawley, former director, U.S. Secret Service; Bobby Ray Inman, former deputy CIA director."

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