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"attorney rod rosenstein" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"attorney rod rosenstein" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"If you spell it. T. H. E. I. R. S. It's bells. There's ooh in twenty eleven th. The salary is set up shop at a farmer's market or festival or festival venues and dealt on a cash only basis at these types of places They backed each sale with the notation on a yellow legal pad. Every Monday like clockwork Karen entered a branch of Columbus Bank and deposited the cash proceeds typically around ten thousand dollars. And we'll do it after a particularly large route but after a particularly large special event caring arrived at the Columbia at Columbia Bank the following Monday with approximately twelve thousand dollars a bit more green than usual and received a request from the bank teller according to the salaries the teller ask Karen for favoring said make your deposit less than ten thousand dollars and no paperwork y God so. The teller advised her to to do something that would result in a suspicious activity report. The teller said make your deposit less than ten thousand dollars and no paperwork is required. Wow that was it. She said we did it because we were asked to do it for thirty four weeks. Karen deposited about nine thousand five hundred dollars each time. I'm not saying it didn't look a little odd. But there was a reason we'd been at our says. There is no tax evasion laundered money and no drug money. Technically by depositing the cash increments in less than ten thousand dollars the salaries were committing a crime. Now I just want to point out that a real crime requires a or property damage of which there is none in this case right yes the bank secrecy. Act of nineteen seventy requires all. Us banks to notify the feds of any transactions above ten thousand dollars. Really right that was in one thousand nine hundred feels like that was a lot of money in nineteen seventy like. It'd be a lot more one hundred thousand dollars now. Right but of course. There's no adjusting for inflation question. We had. What would that be today? I don't now interesting question. Essentially the act allowed the government to place tighter crosshairs on drug operations crime organizations and money launderers by tracking the movement of large piles of cash by the letter of the law. The salaries were guilty of structuring cash. Deposits as you pointed out in to keep totals below the reporting requirements and off the government's radar. The pursuit of sours was backed by then Maryland. Us Attorney Rod Rosenstein. Who would go on to serve as U S Deputy Attorney General and resign in twenty nineteen following a controversial tenure? I have the inflation calculator at us. Inflation CALCULATOR DOT COM. If in one thousand nine hundred seventy you purchase an item for ten thousand dollars in two thousand twenty the same item would cost sixty six thousand four hundred and eighty seven dollars. Oh my God now. That's going with the official inflation rates. Right really out right. So the government themselves say that that about this law was passed in nineteen seventy. You were close with one hundred thousand. I would say that it's probably at least one hundred thousand if you go with like what the real training to point five percent and it's probably way more than that. Yeah they play with those numbers all kinds of crazy ways. The showers is say we'd never even heard of the Bank Secrecy Act and didn't mean to break any little secret. I'm kidding secret. But that's the idea we had no idea for you. The Bank Secrecy. Act isn't for you. It's not for people to read. It's not the bankers. Know about it and that's about it. You don't learn about this stuff except when the when they come after you. I know I didn't until I read articles like this. Or or unless you are actually a terrorist or a money launderer or something and you have done the research to learn how to make deposits into banks or whatever then you might know about this. Yeah 'cause I mean if you're being financed by Osama bin Laden you can afford a lawyer right to advise you if you're running a mom and pop shop. He probably can't SARS describes they were about to take our money and run threaten us with jail and then expect us not to make a sound combine all that with sixteen hours a day of work on a farm and watch what happens to your life. Karen's parents my parents stating and so many people we know assumed we must have done at least some bad stuff because otherwise the government would never never bother us man. That's a heavy on your neck. Little community I guess the learned the Fallacy of that thing. Well I hope they learned it. I suspect but because this is you know it's so sad And it really just goes to show where we are today. I mean we would all love for people to be aware of how evil the government is but yet the mentality is they've experienced here is the the people they knew. Oh those folks must be doing something wrong. Otherwise the IRS wouldn't have shown up like that otherwise they wouldn't be getting investigated they must be doing. Something wrong must be and it just sort of by default believe whatever it is the government says we go a long way to go. If there's any step that anybody can take words More Freedom or liberty? Don't assume things when you see a folks of the government cloth badge in fact assume the opposite of what you are probably assuming and you're probably until proven guilty. Don't forget that just a cry. You know a charge is not a conviction it doesn't mean anything so on Costa Ten. Am on.

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"attorney rod rosenstein" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"attorney rod rosenstein" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Sharyl Attkisson is investigative reporter she's the host of full measure we're sharyl Attkisson and she joins us now welcome to the program Cheryl why thank you thanks for having me sure so everybody said well not everybody the press made you look like a loon and a crazy person when you're reporting the facts on Benghazi and then I'll never forget the video that you you took maybe or in a hotel room or something I can't I can't remember exactly but I remember you having on your phone tape of someone turning on your computer and I think the leading things from your computer was that what was happening well that was way after the initial forensics and discovery of the government intrusion on a computer yes well I was working are there with the remote access and hyper quick deletion before my very eyes something that is not possible to do by holding down a key or south or anything like that and yet media matters launched an effort to talk to a supposed friend expects bird who'd never looked at any of these computers to declare I was holding down my backspace key here that was stocking therefore none of the computer intrusion story with trail and with all that you know sort of made up craziness I don't I think and I don't think it took hold as much as they hoped I mean that was widely reported in the liberal press but I do think most people understand we have and have the forensics that prove the government intrusion from the start and now he said we have a federal agent former federal agent involved in the surveillance who is admitted being part of that and help that information okay so tell me how that came about how did you how did you get this how did this guy a flip or this woman flip and and why the lawsuit that I fought for about six years at great expense with the government fighting every step of the way I never got a page of the covering what ultimately dismissed last year with the main judge although they were the great dissenting judges at the green but the main chance saying I should have the names of the agents not just the forensic proof showing the government Dennis I needed to know the names of the people who were involved and we argued we can't do that unless we get discovery so with that horrible loop right but we put out for an all call for information because we're in a dead end of what was required and we were contacted by a number of people that have been vetted not by needs so I have limited information but my attorneys have been researching inviting people for four to five months and as for motivation I don't know except it could be you know these are shady characters involved in doing this you can imagine the federal agents to be willing to do illegal surveillance on lots of Americans according to this information not just me that's all along why this was important one because the name find out one of the people we name of the lawsuit is a former secret service agent who is in prison for other government corruption already so these are the kinds of people you're dealing with it you have to sort through the truth and sort through their information and and my better think that they have very good information now will it be enough to convince the judge to let us open the case with the name on on now so Cheryl it would it would be kind of comforting to know that these were all rogue agents but do you believe that that is true is that what the evidence is showing you that these might be all rogue agents or was there coordination there was according to our information coronation out as a sort of a task force you can call it run out of the US attorney's office in Baltimore at the time under then US attorney rod Rosenstein west a task force of people that included FBI secret service contractors they were cast sometimes two eight yeah the a service and FBI this is a group that and I believe this is just my theory based on information I have from people who work on the inside there are numerous dart group they do work like that totally outside the FISA process I mean people about whether FISA warrant should be approved but we knew all along there was no fight to warn on me I had that told me that so we knew all along that the spying on me with done outside the system entirely for that extra legal system that happens yes I believe with the knowledge of important people and find the department of justice therefore when we're at this larger hands where no matter what we now even if the guys bring themselves in hand because to me or to the government to the court the department of justice doesn't want to hear it doesn't want to prosecute themselves it's still goes no where in less there's I guess somehow enough public pressure for people to say do something so the the justice department I mean we've lost we've lost justice and intelligence in this country in more ways than one but those two departments I think are really really screwed up they were they were turning a blind die at at best but I think the corruption starts at the very very top is there any indication to you that any of this stuff because I mean trump is good is is paying the price for this kind of corruption himself right now is there any any clue that this stuff is going to be cleaned up is there anybody that is is right gonna ride into the rescue here so far sadly no I mean nothing is changed for us in finding our lock is at department of justice between Obama administration in the trump administration with nine people are still fighting at they don't seem to care about the friend thinks which again these are undeniable friends think that's not something you can dispute as to whether the government software in the government I. P. addresses were involved they're still fighting it instead of doing the obvious which they should say boy that that we need to get to the bottom of who may have done that there there you know in essence covering up in obstructing and I I don't know what to do about that except to say that in my view there are still people in important places that don't want things like that that come to light and I think that's in part because as I said this is way bigger than just the surveillance on me who cares about that other than me but this was done we believe that our information seven hundreds of innocent you act that is another journalist I just happen to have the Intel contact to get the forensics examine and prove it so tell me exactly what they were doing to you and what you think they might be doing to others they were around March of twenty eleven surveilling me ATF agents who are involved in exposing the illegal fast furious operation that the government had denied it first moving weapons into a sovereign nation of Mexico into the hands of Mexican drug cartel and they were ineffective lead monitoring everything I did on my computer for government software proprietary only to the US government Intel agency that we've seen in our computer in my computer while I was at CBS so they could monitor all my keystrokes they got into the CBS program CBS announced that by the way it is not any disputing that that you know the programs were their computers were infiltrated not just my friend's ex but we hired a separate print the PDF but confirmed the intrusion and they were able to use Skype you know I don't use guys anymore because I didn't know at the time it can be activated silently by government or government software they can listen in on what your conversations are without you knowing it and they can act bill trade file through Skype which they did they had asked means they can go in which means they can go in and take files that you have on your computer that are not related to Skype and take right without you knowing yeah right they could remotely operate my computer at any given time you know they can set up an operation where they can access it as if they were sitting at your computer and all kinds of things basically wanting to now I assume when I was working on when I was about to report and most importantly what Obama officials or administration folks were talking to me and giving me the information that I was using to break story what who do you think this a fax in the real world what I think some people may miss about all of this as if they are there were three classified documents planted in my computer as well women and what do we mean planted in your lawn friends that show that deep in my operating at the minute plate I didn't even know this and because I don't know that much about computers there were government classified document that I didn't put their conclusion was that someone obviously put them there are they trying to train somebody for having supposedly given them to me so they could take action against an insider I mean who knows why they did that but all the people who say I don't care if the government listens to me and I do hear that because I don't do anything wrong I don't have anything in there well imagine the mischief that can occur if the government's not on your side there are bad actors inside the government willing to do and things you know to make you look guilty or to make it seem like you've done something there's other information that's not in the complaint yep it's very chilling that I don't want to talk about yet for legal reasons but this kind of stuff they were allegedly doing you need another Americans would chest you now it's even more chilling than what I've described so and we should all be concerned and when do you file that well the complaint is filed we'll get details and depositions and subpoenas and all of those things if if the case allowed to move forward and that's where I think a lot more information about how can the average person get involved and help in this if they want to Cheryl well I think if this had been paid more attention to as well as other red flag we will not have the two thousand sixteen abuses this is really important if if these things aren't resolved we're just gonna expect more of the same so I would say can you how the trump administration the justice department tweet say publicly whatever you can do don't sweep it under the rug don't let it get swept under the rug investigators Baltimore task force that would conducting allegedly conducting surveillance on hundreds of Americans and journalists and government what's the blowers and someone you know don't let it go way regardless of what happens to my individual case it's just too important Cheryl thank you keep us up to speed on this and thank you for all your doing and I know what it's like to fight the government and I don't think the average person I mean not my eyes were were opened to a new reality when I had to fight of a lawsuit and the government had all of the information and I happen to have been passed all of the information but the court wouldn't accept it right unless it came from the government and the government wouldn't release it and I mean it it's it when they decide you're done you're done right and they have unlimited tax money I do have some advocates that had started up on go find me a Fourth Amendment litigation puncher lack of that's the only way I mean I'm still like even a whole but they have spent millions of taxpayer dollars obstructing that they can go on forever you know I can just do do as much as it takes that's the sad part they can print money you can't Cheryl thank you very much thank you he read investigative reporter Cheryl Atkinson who has been under the thumb of the government for quite some time this is stuff that if we don't stop it now we don't stop it and we become Mexico or Russia and there are people I can guarantee you there are people on both sides of the aisle that don't mind this stuff because yeah they'll not use it for bad it's just the other side they've got it use it to stop the other side I'm telling you if we don't stop this stuff if we don't investigate if we don't clearer our intelligence and justice department we don't make it and we become very very dark state.

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Graham seeks hearing on McCabe's explosive 25th Amendment comments

The Ray Lucia Show

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

Graham seeks hearing on McCabe's explosive 25th Amendment comments

"South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham calling for congressional hearings. This following the revelation by former FBI director, Andrew McCabe thing that deputy attorney rod Rosenstein disgust invoking the twenty fifth amendment to oust President Trump from office.

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