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13 May 2007

Giuliani (Criminal) Partners LLC - honour amongst thieves and pederasts

Are some strands of the American media finally finding their balls again after the 9/11 mass-emasculation event almost six years ago?

The Washington Post today makes a token effort, posing briefly as 'terrorists' with well-founded interests in the covert activities of unnacountable private tyrannies, specifically the unaccountable private tyranny that is Giuliani (Criminal) Partners -- an interest in private enterprise which is a big no-no in the UK too thanks to 'anti-terrorist' (read: anti-anti-fascist) laws.

On Dec. 7, 2001, nearly three months after the terrorist attack that had made him a national hero and a little over three weeks before he would leave office, New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani took the first official step toward making himself rich.
Over the next five years, Giuliani Partners earned more than $100 million, according to a knowledgeable source, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the firm's financial information is private.
Famously loyal, Giuliani chose as his partners longtime associates, including a former police commissioner later convicted of corruption, a former FBI executive who admitted taking artifacts from Ground Zero [Pasquale J. D'Amuro] and a former Roman Catholic priest accused of covering up sexual abuse in the church [Alan Placa].

Of course, that's not the sort of thing that anyone would want to publicise, so how did Giuliani -- New York's 9/11 mayor who didn't head for his specially designed emergency bunker in WTC7 on 9/11 and who just happened to find himself in London for a conference on 7/7 -- do it without incurring the wrath of New York's Conflicts of Interest Board? Easy! Set the firm up without the cast of nasties, then wheel 'em in by the back door.
His initial letter to the city's Conflicts of Interest Board asked permission to begin forming the firm in his final days as mayor with three aides he planned to take with him -- the lawyer Hess, chief counsel Dennison Young Jr. and chief of staff Anthony V. Carbonetti. Two others -- Police Commissioner Bernard B. Kerik and Fire Commissioner Thomas Von Essen -- were not mentioned but later joined the firm as senior vice presidents.
To replace Kerik, Giuliani turned to a respected former FBI executive, Pasquale J. D'Amuro, who had risen through the ranks as one of the bureau's savviest antiterrorism agents to become its third-ranking official. In 2004, a Justice Department inquiry into the controversial removal of souvenirs from the World Trade Center site disclosed that D'Amuro had asked a subordinate to gather half a dozen items from Ground Zero as mementos just weeks after the attacks, and D'Amuro later acknowledged that he kept one piece of granite that he received in June 2003. The FBI took no action against D'Amuro, and he donated his memento to the New York FBI office before retiring.
In 2003, Giuliani also brought into the firm Alan Placa, an old friend who resigned as vice chancellor of the Diocese of Rockville Centre on Long Island a week after being confronted by Newsday with allegations that former parishioners had been abused. The newspaper published portions of a 2003 Suffolk County grand jury report in which accusers said he used his position to stifle complaints of abuse by clergy

Rudi Giuliani also happens to be the very same 2008 Presidential candidate who threatened the American public with a new 9/11 should they dare to endeavour to elect Democrats.

1 comment:

Stef said...

Keith Olbermann responding to Giuliani's 'Vote Republican or Die' speech...


Olbermann does angry quite well IMHO