Monday, April 03, 2006

For The Record: 06/24/2004

Things to Google for fun: Ptech, Chertoff, FBI, Homeland Security.

For The Record: 06/24/2004: "Among the more alarming details about the Ptech debacle concerns a statement attributed to the president of Ptech. He allegedly told a subordinate that Yaqub Mirza—a member of the board of directors—had connections high up in the FBI! Mirza set up the organizations targeted in the Operation Green Quest raids of 3/20/2002! “Furthermore, the FBI was aware that Ptech provided computer software for several government agencies, including the FBI itself, the FAA, the U.S. Treasury, the Department of Defense, the IRS, and the White House, proving a visible and viable threat to national security. The FBI ignored the repeated requests of concerned employees. Frighteningly, when an employee told the President of Ptech he felt he had to contact the FBI regarding Qadi’s involvement in the company, the president allegedly told him not to worry because Yaqub Mirza, who was on the board of directors of the company and was himself a target of a terrorist financing raid in March 2002, had contacts high within the FBI. "

I've mentioned before that Ptech apparently supplied the software (an evolution of the Promis software) involved in coordinating all aspects of those government agencies, including security codes. Think about that.

For another fun Googling adventure, try: Promis software, Harry Martin. Harry is currently on the city council in Napa. He's published a newspaper there, since, I think, the 1980s.

Can you imagine an article linking this Promise software, Osama, Ed Meese, Lyn Cheney, the Israeli Mossad, and billionaire Jackson Stephens? Hold on to whatever grip on reality you have, and check this.


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