16Apr/180

Crooked FBI Director Robert Mueller suppressed truth in Plamegate!

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

The following is from the Canada Free Press article titled:

Libby’s pardon means Trump knows Mueller’s witch hunt M.O. 

By Lee Cary & Marty Watters —— April 15, 2018

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The M.O. in Plamegate saw the Department of Justice (then Deputy Attorney General James Comey) and the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (then Robert Mueller III) collude to appoint a Special Counselor (Patrick Fitzgerald) to discover who leaked Valerie Plame’s C.I.A. employment to a prominent Washington, D.C. reporter, the late Robert Novak.

But finding the leaker was not what this “investigation” was about—not at all. That assertion is provable.

Canada Free Press readers of an earlier post know the sequence of events that led to the fake investigation into Plamegate. Quoting mostly from that earlier article, here is the chronology:

Early October 1, 2003: An “agitated” Under Secretary of State Richard Armitage calls his boss, Secretary of State Colin Powell, to say he just realized he had inadvertently leaked Valerie Plame’s C.I.A. employment to Novak. By then, the Department of Justice was looking into the leak. That morning the big wheels at the State Department spun-up, quickly.

Later October 1, 2003: “Within hours, William Howard Taft IV, the State Department’s legal adviser, notified a senior Justice official that Armitage had information relevant to the case,” wrote [Michael] Isikoff.

October 2, 2003: According to Isikoff, a “team of FBI agents and Justice prosecutors investigating the leak questioned the deputy secretary.” In May 2015, an investigative reporter for a Chicago-based website interviewed Taft concerning that October 2, 2003, meeting Taft attended at F.B.I. Headquarters along with Richard Armitage and Colin Powell. According to Taft, in that meeting “Rich” Armitage confessed to the F.B.I. that he was Novak’s source for the Valerie Plame story. Taft also said that the F.B.I. asked him, Armitage, and Powell to not disclose the information—that Armitage was the leaker—to anyone. Taft said he, Armitage, and Powell all agreed to that request, even though they were under no obligation to comply.
It is reasonable to assume that the Secretary of State and Deputy Secretary of State could not meet with F.B.I. officials, at the F.B.I. Headquarters Building, without the F.B.I. Director’s knowledge of, or attendance at, the meeting. Mueller was the F.B.I. Director.

A description of this meeting was told telephonically, by William Howard Taft IV, to an IllinoisPaytoPlay website investigative reporter, Marty Watters, co-author of this article.

Taft was there. Mueller was likely there. And if he wasn’t there, he surely knew about the meeting, before and after. And that means that Mueller knew who leaker was before the investigation began to identify the leaker.

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Read full article here.

Related: Judith Miller blows the whistle on “Special Counsel” Patrick Fitzgerald

26Mar/180

United Airlines caught on VIDEO doing illegal asbestos removal!

Marty Watters, Investigative Reporter

IP2P has irrefutable proof, including video, that United Airlines has been deliberately exposing its employees and the public to deadly amounts of airborne asbestos for financial reasons over the past four years.

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------ Original Message ------

From: Marty Watters
To: Oscar Munoz
Cc: Richard Leamy, ualboard@united.com, Scott Kirby, Brett Hart
Sent: November 10, 2017 at 10:29 AM
Subject: United's decision to continue the dangerous lie. (re: illegal asbestos removal)

Mr. Oscar Munoz

United Airlines' position that A&E Services Inc. was not removing asbestos from United's former WHQ in Illinois not only illustrates the unbelievable arrogance of management at United.

It also confirms that the culture endorsed and implemented by the top brass at United is one of: When caught doing something wrong, lie to the bitter end.

That way of dealing with this very serious situation, if continued, will not serve you or United's shareholders well in the days to come.

For your viewing pleasure I have attached a video recording (just a sample) of A&E Services illegally dry scraping friable spray-on-fireproof asbestos from the ceiling at United's former World Headquarters (OPC)

Now would be a good time for someone at United Airlines to say something intelligent.

Marty Watters
Investigative Reporter, Illinoispaytoplay.com
[redacted]

United Airlines’ illegal abatement at former World Headquarters exposing employees to airborne asbestos fibers
http://illinoispaytoplay.com/2015/07/27/united-airlines-illegal-abatement-at-former-world-headquarters-exposing-employees-to-airborne-asbestos-fibers/

United Airlines also illegally dumped asbestos next to children’s playground!
http://illinoispaytoplay.com/2017/04/12/united-airlines-also-illegally-dumped-asbestos-next-to-childrens-playground/

United Airlines’ asbestos cover-up: OSHA Director commits perjury
http://illinoispaytoplay.com/2015/11/18/united-airlines-asbestos-cover-up-osha-director-commits-perjury/

United Airlines manager to employees: “it would be difficult to prove” United was removing asbestos
http://illinoispaytoplay.com/2016/10/03/united-airlines-manager-to-employees-it-would-be-difficult-to-prove-united-was-removing-asbestos/

OSHA is attempting to cover up United Airlines’ criminal behavior
http://illinoispaytoplay.com/2015/09/21/osha-is-attempting-to-cover-up-united-airlines-criminal-behavior/

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Oscar Munoz, you have admitted that stuffing a puppy into an overhead bin to die was wrong.

Now perhaps you can also muster up the decency to admit that United got it wrong when it decided to deliberately expose people to a known carcinogen.

Oscar, I realize that this will be a very difficult thing for you to do considering that the decision to purposely expose people to asbestos was not only wrong, it is also against the law!

But whether or not you do the right thing and voluntarily accept responsibility, United will be held accountable for its actions.

More to come...

15Mar/180

United Airlines is killing more than just dogs and bunnies!

Marty Watters, Investigative Reporter

United CEO Oscar Munoz and President Scott Kirby

You may think that United Airlines' proclivity to kill their customers' dogs and bunny rabbits is shocking behavior.

But that's not the worst of it. United employees/whistleblowers are now speaking out about United knowingly exposing its own people to deadly amounts of airborne asbestos at United's former World Headquarters.

Related: United Airlines also illegally dumped asbestos next to children’s playground!

United Airlines unveils laughable “Safe to Say It” campaign

More to come...

25Feb/180

Attorney for Hastert’s extortionist makes crazy argument in court

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

(L to R): James Doe attorney Kristi Browne, Hastert attorney John Ellis and Judge Robert Pilmer (photo by WSPY News.com's Jim Wyman)

 

The attorney representing James Doe in the "hush money" case against Dennis Hastert is claiming that Hastert paid her client $1.7 million in cash because he wasn't trying to hide anything.

(Access to Dennis Hastert Bank Records an Issue in Kendall County Lawsuit Hearing)

This is one of the most insane arguments that I have ever heard come from an attorney, and that's saying a lot!

Kristi Browne, who is representing Curtis T. Williams aka James Doe, told Judge Robert Pilmer that she needs Hastert's bank records so that she can establish that by being paid in cash, her client was also open about the "hush money" payments and not trying to keep them a secret.

Now I have heard it all!

Browne ludicrously contended that if Williams and Hastert were trying to keep the "hush money" payments secret, Hastert would have paid Williams by check.

Don't checks leave a paper trail, Ms. Browne? Or are most criminals just paranoid?

By the way, since Williams was supposedly not trying to hide anything by accepting the $1.7 million "hush money" in cash, perhaps Browne will show us the "hush money" deposits slips from his bank.

And while she is at it she can also tell us if he reported his cash windfall to the IRS?

Or did he just transparently stuff the $1.7 million under his mattress?

IP2P asked Ms. Browne if her client reported his cash windfall to the IRS, but she did not respond.

Interestingly, if Hastert had written checks instead of paying by cash he would not have gone to prison for structuring.

If all of this wasn't crazy enough, Browne told reporters after the court hearing that she plans to file a motion asking Judge Pilmer to close the courtroom to the public in order to keep James Doe's identity a secret even though he has already been identified as Curtis T. Williams.

 Could Hastert Case be Heard in Secret?

The question is: Will Judge Pilmer continue to tolerate such insanity in his courtroom?

20Feb/180

United Airlines unveils laughable “Safe to Say It” campaign

Marty Watters, Investigative Reporter

Just three days after United Airlines lead counsel Brett Hart was confronted about threats that he allegedly delivered to whistleblowing employees at United's former World Headquarters (WHQ), Hart had the unmitigated gall to announce the laughable "Safe to Say It at United" campaign.

United Airlines manager to employees: “it would be difficult to prove” United was removing asbestos

Hart reportedly delivered the threats to an attorney representing the employees who were blowing the whistle on criminal asbestos removal at United's former WHQ.

It is clearly not "Safe to Say it at United" because speaking up could result in a threat and that does not make anyone feel safe.

Communications Re: Threats

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From: Marty Watters
To: Brett Hart
Cc: Oscar Munoz, Richard Leamy, Michelle Booth
Sent: February 9, 2018 at 4:46 PM
Subject: Fwd: United Airlines threatened whistleblowers!

Mr. Brett Hart

Would you care to comment on allegations that [attorney redacted] has made?

Marty Watters
Investigative Reporter
Illinoispaytoplay.com

------ Original Message ------

From: Marty Watters
To: [Attorney redacted]
Cc: [Attorney redacted], [Attorney redacted], [Attorney redacted]
Sent: February 3, 2018 at 6:17 PM
Subject: United Airlines threatened whistleblowers!

Tom

Would you care to comment on the fact that United Airlines had you deliver a threat to your clients?

Marty Watters
Investigative Reporter
Illinoispaytoplay.com

---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: [United Airlines whistleblower redacted]
Date: Nov 1, 2017 8:06 AM
Subject: Follow-up Conversation
To: [Attorney redacted]

Tom

From my conversation with [redacted] I understand that Brett Hart instructed Richard Leamy to warn us to stay away and not talk to Marty Waters.

We have some questions:

Did Richard explain what United intends to do to us is we did not listen to Brett's warning?

Has United sent any threats to Marty?

[redacted]

 

Communications Re: Hart memo

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From: Marty Watters
To: Brett Hart
Cc: Oscar Munoz, Scott Kirby, ualboard@united.com
Sent: February 16, 2018 at 3:57 PM
Subject: Fwd: A message from Brett Hart: It’s safe to say it at United

Brett

No it's not safe to say it at United. As you know!

Call me.

Marty Watters
[redacted]

------ Original Message ------

From: Marty Watters
To: hr.communication@united.com
Sent: February 15, 2018 at 10:27 AM
Subject: Re: A message from Brett Hart: It’s safe to say it at United

Please tell Brett Hart to call me, there are few things that United employees would like say to him.

United Airlines asbestos scandal
http://illinoispaytoplay.com/?s=united+airlines

Marty Watters
[redacted]

A message from Brett Hart: It’s safe to say it at United

By Brett Hart
Posted February 12, 2018

Dear United team,

As a company, we've always aimed to have a culture in which employees can share their ideas, questions and concerns with us. And we're now renewing our commitment to reinforcing that culture. As Oscar and I mentioned at our Earnings "Live" event at the end of January, we're introducing a "Safe to Say It" campaign to reaffirm with all of you that you are empowered to speak up. We want you to always feel comfortable voicing your thoughts, especially if you think something isn't right.

Tools like Runway, Org Pulse and United Voices are examples of ways that we've already made it easier, on a tactical level, to share different types of feedback. These tools have allowed us to more reliably gather and act on employee feedback, so you know that, as a company, we're listening. We'll continue to look for new ways to streamline those processes, but now we want to go beyond that and focus on making sure that all employees truly feel that they can share their thoughts without fear.

We've started by asking all leaders to make sure that their employees know it's safe to speak their minds. Each leader holds in his or her hands the power to build employees' trust. And we want all of our employees to trust that their feedback and ideas are valued.

Our promises to you

As leaders, we will take ownership

We promise to work hard to continue building a culture where thoughts and ideas are exchanged freely. And if you find that we're not doing that, we want you to hold us accountable.

Our doors are open

This phrase is used a lot, and sometimes superficially, but it needs to ring true here at United. We as leaders promise you that we will give you the time, space and permission to speak up.

There are no repercussions

If any employee has questions or concerns about a project, a policy, or anything else going on at United, they should feel empowered to say so. And as long as it's done in a way that's respectful and appropriate, that will never bring on negative repercussions.

What's next?

The Ethics and Compliance Office and various other teams across the company will contribute to the "Safe to Say It" campaign, highlighting the importance that speaking up holds in their areas. And you'll hear more in the coming months about all the ways that you can speak up and why it's important to do so.

Questions?

If you have questions or comments about the "Safe to Say It" campaign, please email the HR Communication team at hr.communication@united.com.

Best regards,
Brett

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Mr. Hart, after the multiple threats I myself have also received from United, I don't feel "Safe to Say It" to United - and I'm not even an employee!

United employees will be better served by the Brett Hart-inspired "Say it Anyways" campaign.

Details to come...

18Feb/180

Look who is calling IP2P “unprofessional”

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

(WSPY News.com photo by Jim Wyman)

Kristi Browne, the attorney for 'James Doe' in the civil lawsuit against former House Speaker Dennis Hastert, told a WSPY radio reporter that Illinois Pay to Play acted "unprofessionally" when IP2P revealed the true identity of her client, who is extorting Hastert.

Attorneys in James Doe Lawsuit Against Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert Spar Over Discovery Evidence

Who are you to call anyone "unprofessional", Ms. Browne?

Let me educate you on what truly is "unprofessional" behavior.

It was "unprofessional" of you as Curtis T. Williams' attorney to repeatedly ignore IP2P's legitimate questions about his civil lawsuit.

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------ Original Message ------

To: Kristi Browne
Sent: May 2, 2017 at 3:15 PM
Subject: Call your client

Ms. Kristi Browne

If you are not going to return my phone call.

Call your client.

Curtis T. Williams

------ Original Message ------

To: Kristi Browne
Sent: June 2, 2017 at 9:06 AM
Subject: Doe vs. Dennis Hastert

Ms. Kristi Browne

If you truly do wish to keep the identity of your clients in the Hastert case masked.

Perhaps it would be prudent for you to stop dodging members of the media that you know can unmask them.

That is unless for some reason you do want them unmasked?

Either way. Have you shared your strategy in this matter with your clients?

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Keep in mind Browne's client is now a 58 year old man who was caught red-handed extorting Hastert.

It is also "unprofessional" of the Chicago Tribune to keep his identity secret even though the serious subject of extortion of the former Speaker has not been honestly addressed.

Why did Dennis Hastert agree to pay Curtis T Williams $3.5 million?

And It is "unprofessional" for the Chicago Sun Times to ignore the fact that Hastert victim Williams, aka 'James Doe', at age 38, helped his molester become Speaker of the House.

How “Individual A” helped Dennis Hastert become Speaker of the House

But the most "unprofessional" behavior of all was by FBI Director Robert Mueller and the Department of Justice, who concealed the fact that Hastert was a known pederast - thus ensuring that the blackmailable Congressman would become one of the most powerful people in Washington, D.C.

The “REAL” Dennis Hastert Scandal!

12Feb/180

You won’t believe the latest in the United Airlines asbestos scandal

Marty Watters, Invesigative Reporter

Get a load of this:

A&E Services Inc., the company that United Airlines insists was not removing asbestos from its former World Headquarters in suburban Illinois, now wants United to return its asbestos removal equipment!

United contracted A&E Services to remove asbestos from United's former WHQ. From July of 2014 through May of 2015 A&E Services illegally removed, and then illegally dumped the asbestos in open dumpsters clandestinely placed in a residential driveway in Rolling Meadows IL.

United management and their attorneys swear that this did not happen. They claim that A&E was paid over $1.1 million to remove some fiberglass insulation.

Now why would United remove and replace perfectly fine fiberglass insulation? Answer: they wouldn't. Nobody would!

And why would United pay asbestos removal prices to remove fiberglass insulation? Again, they wouldn't. Nobody would!

The fact is that United only began claiming that A&E was removing fiberglass insulation after A&E was caught red-handed illegally removing and dumping asbestos. But prior to A&E being caught committing these crimes, United told its maintenance mechanics that A&E was there to remove asbestos.

Both claims cannot be correct.

Now A&E is in a fight with United over equipment that was never returned to owner Robert Nykaza after his company was banned from the property.

Unfortunately for United, the list of equipment that Nykaza is demanding United return to him is clearly asbestos removal equipment. It can now be added to the mountain of irrefutable proof that A&E illegally removed asbestos from United's WHQ. Brilliant move, Robert!

I look forward to seeing how United's attorneys will try to spin this one.

As for the mentally unstable Robert Nykaza, he might want to start working on his explanation for why he had asbestos removal equipment at United, and why he hired Rich Hayes, the owner/operator of a little power washing business in Rolling Meadows, to supervise a multimillion dollar asbestos removal project at United.

But the explanation I am most looking forward to is the one from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration explaining why they are still allowing United to willfully expose its employees and anyone else who walks into the former WHQ to deadly airborne asbestos.

OSHA Director Angeline Loftus

United Airlines’ asbestos cover-up: OSHA Director commits perjury

 

6Feb/180

How “Individual A” helped Dennis Hastert become Speaker of the House

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in-Chief

Curtis T. Williams

Curtis T. Williams (Individual A), a former star wrestler and victim of Dennis Hastert's proclivity to molest under-aged boys, was instrumental in helping his former coach become Speaker of the House.

On December 19, 1998 Congressman Bob Livingston, who was slated to replace Newt Gingrich as Speaker of the House, was forced to announce his resignation from Congress. This was due to the fact that illegal FBI surveillance on him had uncovered Livingston's adulterous affair.

https://www.newsbud.com/2015/09/20/dennis-hastert-case-clinton-scandals-fbi-the-1996-cointelpro-directive/

Thus clearing the path for Hastert to become Speaker instead.

On December 21st, just two days later, the Chicago Sun Times trotted out Curtis T. Williams to say a few nice words about the man (Hastert) who he now says had molested him nearly 25 years earlier.

         Chicago Sun Times  December 21, 1998 by Jim Ritter

                            Lawmaker also on top as coach


Now had Williams divulged the fact that Hastert had molested him when he was a child in that suspicious interview with the Chicago Sun Times, Hastert would not only not become Speaker, he too would have had to resign from Congress in disgrace. And quite possibly would have faced criminal prosecution.

I wonder if that had anything to do with Hastert's decision to secretly pay Williams $3.5 million in cash?

More importantly, did that have anything to do with the Feds' decision to keep Curtis T. Williams' identity a secret and not have him testify against Hastert?

You bet it did!

As for Scott Cross (Individual D), he did testify against Hastert. And then in a March 2017 phone interview with IP2P, Cross was asked, “Do you think Hastert stopped his pederast activities when he left Yorkville High School to get into politics?” He immediately responded with an emphatic "No!"

But how does what Cross said square with this picture?

It doesn't. What is Cross not telling us?

More to come...

26Jan/180

Why did Dennis Hastert agree to pay Curtis T Williams $3.5 million?

Ernie Souchak, Editor-in Chief

Curtis T. Williams

Why did former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert agree to pay Curtis T. Williams (Individual A), a former student and son of a close family friend, $3.5 million?

According to Hastert, it was because Williams was blackmailing him!

However, the Feds and their sock puppets at the Chicago Tribune insist that Williams was just extracting "hush money" in return for remaining silent about the fact that Hastert molested him decades ago.

Is there a difference?

Blackmail:

The action, treated as a criminal offense, of demanding money from a person in return for not revealing compromising or injurious information about that person.

Synonym: extortion.

The only difference is that if they called it what it really was, blackmail, Curtis Williams would have been charged with a crime and been forced to testify that Hastert, a known pederast, gave him cash-stuffed envelopes totaling $1.7 million.

Now why would the Feds, including former FBI Directors Robert Mueller and James Comey, not want Williams to testify against a known pederast?

Could it be that the Deep State was trying to hide something big?

Related:

ALERT: The Hastert story is about to take a wild turn!

The “REAL” Dennis Hastert Scandal!

 

 

 

 

11Jan/180

United Airlines’ asbestos house of cards – OSHA falsely claims OIG investigated them

Marty Watters, Investigative Reporter

Kimberly Locey, Director of Administrative Programs, OSHA

In the latest chapter of United Airlines' asbestos house of cards, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is now falsely claiming that an investigation of corruption at OSHA's North Chicago office has been completed by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) in Chicago.

In her attempt to whitewash OSHA's complicity in the criminal cover-up of United's illegal asbestos removal and dumping, OSHA Director Kimberly Locey has made the false claim that the OIG in Chicago has done an investigation.

United Airlines’ asbestos cover-up: OSHA Director commits perjury

Well that was news to James Vanderberg, Special Agent in Charge of the OIG in Chicago, who knew nothing about this alleged investigation.

What Ms. Locey apparently did not know when drafting this letter is that I have been in communication with Special Agent Vanderberg and that I can unequivocally state that at no time did the OIG in Chicago investigate this case of public corruption at OSHA.

Oops! What now, Kim?

Well, now Ms. Locey wants to play hide and seek. Locey refuses to return phone calls from me and the person who made the latest allegations of systemic corruption at the North Chicago office of OSHA.

No surprise there.

However, I am a little surprised that Acting Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA, Loren Sweatt, has not taken the opportunity afforded to her to get out in front of this scandal. She is also not returning phone calls.

As for the OIG, James Vanderberg, call me. It's high time that you really do that investigation that OSHA director Locey falsely claims you have already done

What are you waiting for?