2 edition of INSLAW affair found in the catalog.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary
|Statement||by the Committee on the Judiciary together with dissenting and separate dissenting views|
|Series||House report / 102d Congress, 2d session -- 102-857|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 122 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||122|
PROMIS (Prosecutors Management Information System) was a case management software developed by Inslaw (formerly the Institute for Law and Social Research), a non-profit organization established in by Bill and Nancy Hamilton. The software program was developed with aid from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration to aid prosecutors' offices in tracking; in (by which time Inslaw. The lack of research and factual mistakes in this books leads to so many questionable statements and conclusions by the author, that I find it difficult to see any reason to recommend it except as a study of how not to write non-fiction. The Inslaw Affair. Chapter Nine government Federal Reserve force foreign Fund George H. W /5(3).
Alleged Link to PROMIS - The database will be said to be linked to a system known as PROMIS, the Prosecutor’s Management Information System, over which the US government conducts a long-lasting series of disputes with the private company Inslaw. The exact connection between Main Core and PROMIS is uncertain, but one option is that code from. The Prosecutor's Management Information System (PROMIS) is a database system developed by Inslaw Inc., a Washington, D.C.-based, information technology company.. PROMIS was first developed by Inslaw during the s under contracts and grants from the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA). These guarantees gave the government licenses to use the .
The New Jerusalem: Zionist Power in America is an eye-opening inside look at the American Zionist elite today, the most thorough, fact-filled comprehensive up-to-date overview on the subject yet published. Here, between two covers for the first time is hard data and information, taken primarily from mainstream pro-Zionist sources, relating to the power of the Zionist elite in . Casolaro told Inslaw founder Bill Hamilton that Cuellar asked him what he did for a living. “Danny answered that he was researching a book on the Inslaw affair,” Hamilton recalled in an interview. “Cuellar responded that he knew all about the Inslaw affair because Peter Videnieks was one of his closest friends.”.
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Inslaw, Inc. is a Washington, D.C. based information technology company that markets case management software for corporate and government users. Inslaw is known for developing Promis, an early case management software system.
It is also known for a lawsuit that it brought against the United States Department of Justice in over Promis. Inslaw won damages in Founded: Washington, D.C., U.S. (January ). What for the past decade has been known as the Inslaw affair began to unravel in the final, shredder-happy days of the Bush administration.
Books. The Octopus: Secret Government and the Death of Danny Casolaro by Kenn Thomas and Jim Keith () copy; PROMIS theft. Overviews of the PROMIS bugging Napa Sentinel series on INSLAW affair book from ; Peter Meyers, "Bugged Computer Software", /10/26 (updated /06/28) Archive of listserv postings on the Inslaw affair.
In a book titled, The Other Side of This article barely scratches the surface of scandals relating to the misuse of PROMIS software and the INSLAW affair, lmuch less the systematic criminal enterprise known as “The Octopus,” formed during the Reagan Era with tentaces that grew under the George H.W.
Bush and Clinton administrations. The. August 9, By Joseph P. Farrell G.B. spotted this one, and it's about the increasing likelihood that there is much more involved in the whole Epstein affair than meets the eye, including a tie between Robert Maxwell and the Inslaw-PROMIS affair.
INSLAW affair book the story, and please note, this is frombefore Epstein's recent arrest. In a book titled, The Other Side of This article barely scratches the surface of scandals relating to the misuse of PROMIS software and the INSLAW affair, lmuch less the systematic criminal enterprise known as “The Octopus,” formed during the Reagan Era with tentaces that grew under the George H.W.
Bush and Clinton administrations. The. What for the past decade has been known as the Inslaw affair began to unravel in the final, shredder-happy days of the Bush administration.
According to Federal court documents, PROMIS was stolen from Inslaw by the Department of Justice directly after Etian’s visit to Inslaw (a later congressional investigation preferred to use the word. The Russian publication Pravda, has also published a list of people close to the Clintons who allegedly killed themselves (and the bodies keep piling up): 46 –– On November 8,Ian Spiro committed suicide.
An international businessman and commodities broker as well as government associate-operative, Spiro was involved in collecting evidence in the INSLAW Affair.
The INSLAW Affair: Investigative Report by The Committee on The Judiciary Together With Dissenting and Separate Views - Kindle edition by House Judiciary Committee, nd Congress.
Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks @ s: 1. These charges will be mentioned in the committee’s final report on the Inslaw affair, but the committee will not endorse them. [ US Congress, 9/10/ ] Aviv previously collaborated on the book Vengeance, which purports to describe Mossad’s assassination campaign after a terrorist attack at the Munich Olympics.
Inslaw, not surprisingly, began to suffer financial strains -- upwards of $2 million had been held back by -- and eventually the Hamiltons sought protection under Chapter 11 of the federal. On Aug. 11, the Judiciary Committee voted along party lines to adopt the report titled, "The Inslaw Affair," which recommends that Attorney General William.
As you know, the House Judiciary Committee published on Septem its Investigative Report entitled The INSLAW Affair confirming and supplementing the findings of the U.S.
Bankruptcy Court and the U.S. District Court regarding the U.S. Justice Department’s theft of INSLAW’s PROMIS database management software product "through trickery, fraud and deceit.". COVID Resources.
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Kenn Thomas and Jim Keith discuss this in their book, The Octopus: Secret Government and the Death of Danny Casolaro (The Octopus was the name that Casolaro had intended to give his book).
A United States House of Representatives report on the Inslaw affair thought that the circumstances of Casolaro's death were suspicious: "As long as the. The book Return of the Buffalo by Ambrose Lane clearly disputes many points alleged in the triple homicide of Fred Alvarez, R.
Boger, and Patricia Castro. Until a good investigation of that crime is performed, it is premature to conclude that the triple homicide is related to Inslaw. Meese’s actions would force Inslaw into bankruptcy and Inslaw subsequently sued the Justice Department, with a US court later finding that the Meese-led department “took, converted, stole” the software through “trickery, fraud and deceit.” With Inslaw out of the way, Brian sold the bugged software to Jordan’s and Iraq’s.
This article serves as background introducing the reader to the PROMIS INSLAW affair and its many characters and twists and turns which all roads seem to lead back to the DOJ, NSA and CIA. Another government official with a high-ranking security clearance spoke to the tabloid Radar the same year, corroborating Riconosciuto and other officials.
Kenn Thomas works as a conspiracy writer, a parapolitical researcher, university library archivist, and showrunner for Steamshovel Press, a parapolitical conspiracy cyber presence and magazine.
He has written books on the Inslaw affair, co-authoring The Octopus with the late Jim Keith, and on Fred Crisman and the Maury Island s: 1. The PROMIS affair, once labelled ‘the scandal that wouldn’t die,’ lives on according to a recent FBI FOIA response.
The affair centered around the government's theft of the PROMIS software, a forerunner to the infamous PRISM, and the far-reaching fallout which allegedly included everything from fraud, to covert operations and surveillance, to Danny. Casolaro had a phone book containing Gates’ telephone number, which was never located during the police investigation, a fact gates found unsettling.
During the four weeks they talked, Gates also learned that Casolaro's primary source on the INSLAW affair was an individual Gates himself had accused of maintaining ties to organized crime in an. The PROMIS affair, broken by investigative journalists, two federal courts, and a congressional investigation and published in thousands of media stories and in several books, has never been resolved.A couple of weeks ago I blogged about the Inslaw Affair and the mysterious death of Gus Weiss and a little known espionage episode called the Farewell Dossier: Recently I finished reading a fascinating fascinating book on The Farewell Dossier by Sergei Kostin and Eric Raynaud, documenting this little-known triumph of French counter.