Saturday, March 29, 2014

Breckenridge Homeowner’s Child Pornography Sentencing Delayed Until May

Time to break out the pitchforks, torches and rope

By Joe Moylan

Last week’s sentencing of a Knoxville man with ties to Breckenridge on possession of child pornography charges was rescheduled for 10 a.m. May 16 in U.S. District Court for the eastern district of Tennessee in Knoxville. 
Bruce Downsbrough, a former chief executive officer of the University of Tennessee Foundation, was scheduled to appear Thursday, March 13 in U.S. district court for sentencing. He pleaded guilty in November 2013 to knowingly receiving material containing child pornography, which carries a sentence of five to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. Downsbrough also pleaded guilty to knowingly possessing child pornography, which carries a sentence of up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. In exchange for the guilty pleas two additional charges against Downsbrough have been dropped.

The charges against Downsbrough, who owns two lots in the Valley of the Blue subdivision in Breckenridge, according to Summit County Assessor’s Office data, stem from an investigation that began in 2012. In November of that year U.S. Postal Service agent John Bowden and Knoxville Police Department investigator Tom Evans executed a search warrant of Downsbrough’s home, according to court records.

During the search, Department of Justice officials seized more than 20,000 child pornography images and movies the former UT official downloaded from the Internet or received in the mail, according to court records.

During a follow-up interview at his University of Tennessee office, Downsbrough told the investigators he had pleaded guilty in 1986 to molesting two boys in Colorado, according to Evans’ court testimony last year.

Downsbrough pleaded guilty in those two cases to sexual assault on a child and sexual assault in the third degree in Boulder District Court. The victims in both cases were young boys, according to court records.

Downsbrough was granted a two-year deferred sentence in one case, according to court records. He was sentenced to two years probation in the second.

Although Downsbrough was allowed to keep his job during the initial stages of the investigation, he was terminated from his position as University of Tennessee Foundation CEO in May 2013 when a federal grand jury returned a four-count indictment against him.

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Durham Police Uncover Paedophile Ring With More Than 500 Potential Victims

Scratching the surface of a worldwide evil that is alive and thriving

By Eric Allison and Simon Hattenstone

Police investigating sexual abuse at a Durham detention centre say they believe they have uncovered an organised paedophile ring operating in the 1970s and 80s with more than 500 potential victims.
Neville Husband
The head of a 70-strong major inquiry into historical abuse at the Medomsley detention centre, near Consett, told the Guardian the inquiry was triggered by mounting evidence about isolated individuals. However, they were now investigating a complex paedophile ring, with many more victims than previously thought.

D Supt Paul Goundry, senior investigating officer, said: "We always knew this would be a major inquiry but the scale of it, and the sheer number of victims who have come forward, has been a shock."

He said that as well as sexual abuse they had evidence of a "brutal regime where violence was both extreme and routine". He suggested that prosecutions would be pursued for the offences, some of which occurred more than 40 years ago.

Nearly 100 men who had come forward were already receiving therapy via a local sexual assault referral centre and others had sought support from the children's charity NSPCC.

The inquiry began after the Guardian revealed in 2012 the plight of several victims of a prison officer at the centre, Neville Husband, suggesting that his abuse there, which had been known about for several years, was more extensive than previously thought.

Husband, by then a church minister, was jailed for eight years in 2003 for committing sex attacks on five young male Medomsley inmates between 1977 and 1984. His sentence was increased to 10 years in 2005 after new victims came forward and he admitted to attacks on four more boys.
Husband had been in sole charge of the kitchens at Medomsley. The 2012 Guardian investigation revealed he had raped boys on a daily basis for more than 15 years, while other staff allegedly turned a blind eye. His former colleague Leslie Johnson, a storeman, was jailed for six years in 2005 for sexual offences.

The pair, who have since died, were originally thought to be "bad apples", but now Durham police are convinced that Husband was part of a group of paedophiles who systematically preyed on vulnerable teenagers, particularly those who had been in care and did not have family who would visit them.

The investigation into abuse at Medomsley is the biggest undertaken by the police force.
Kevin Young
Goundry said his officers had been shocked and sickened at evidence given by former inmates.
"From the statements, there is growing evidence to suggest there was an organised paedophile ring operating in Medomsley. 
This will form a major part of our operation and future discussions with the CPS [Crown Prosecution Service]."Goundry said the purpose of the investigation was threefold: to encourage victims to come forward, to prosecute surviving abusers and to help victims with belated after-care. 
He said officers were dealing with many men who were sent to Medomsley for petty crimes and had their lives ruined by the experience – some of them have never managed to work and still cannot leave their houses.

The investigation was also looking at victims of physical abuse at Medomsley. The team talked of a culture of violence above and beyond what was regarded as an acceptable level of discipline at the time.

In 2009, the then Labour government paid out a total of £512,000 in compensation to 12 Medomsley victims. For six years, the Home Office had fought compensation claims, using the statute of limitations to avoid payment in a costly legal fight that went all the way to the House of Lords, and even suggesting that one victim was "genetically predisposed" to being abused.

Those who were compensated hoped for an apology from the government, but the home secretary at the time, Jack Straw, told them "the terms of the agreement did not include an apology".

Kevin Young was sent to Medomsley in 1977 for receiving stolen property (a watch his brother had given him). In 2012, he told the Guardian he had been raped on a daily basis by Husband; sometimes at the centre, and other times at Husband's home by a number of abusers.

After being released a day before his 18th birthday, Young went straight to Consett police station to report what had happened at Medomsley and was told it was a criminal offence to make such allegations against prison officers when he was on licence. "They were basically threatening to take me back to Medomsley, so I scattered pretty quick."

Young said this week he was not surprised by the scale of the current police operation, just saddened that it hadn't happened earlier. "In 2000, when I told police what I suffered and saw at Medomsley, I knew Husband was one of the most prolific sex abusers this country has seen. Despite all the alarm bells, he was allowed to abuse boys throughout his whole career as a prison officer."

• Anyone with information that may assist the inquiry can contact Durham police on 101 or 0345 60 60 365.


1969: Prison guardian Neville Husband is arrested for possession of pornographic material while working in a kitchen at Portland Borstal in Dorset. The material depicts teenage boys. Police and the prison service accept his explanation that he was researching a book on homosexuality.

1970: Husband moves to Medomsley.

1977: Kevin Young is sent to Medomsley and immediately after his release reports being raped by Husband to local police. He is told he will be arrested for making complaints about prison officers.

1985: Storeman Leslie Johnson is arrested at Medomsley. Prison officers find pornographic material and sex aids in Husband's locker. Husband is transferred to Frankland prison. No action is taken against him.

1990: Husband retires from the prison service and receives an Imperial Service medal for serving with "diligence and fidelity".

1990: Johnson pleads guilty to sexually assaulting two boys, one at Medomsley. He receives a nine-month suspended sentence.

2003: Husband is jailed for eight years for attacks between 1977 and 1984.

2005: Husband's sentence is increased to 10 years after he admits further abuse.

2005: Johnson is jailed for six years for separate sexual offences.

2007: The CPS decides it is "not in the public interest" to proceed with charges that Husband abused a boy at Deerbolt youth offenders' institution after he left Medomsley and Frankland.

2009: The government pays £512,000 in compensation to 12 victims.

2010: Husband dies.

2012: The Guardian reveals that Husband's abuse was on a greater scale than previously thought. Police re-open the investigation after more victims come forward.

2014: Durham police say they are investigating an organised paedophile ring operating from Medomsley with more than 500 potential victims.

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From Iraq to Ukraine : A Pattern Of Disaster

Barring WWIII, Obama impeachment a certainty

By Justin Raymundo

Eleven years ago this week the United States invaded Iraq – an event the late General William E. Odom rightly called the biggest strategic disaster in US military history. The decade since that catastrophe proves one thing about US policymakers: they’ve changed their tactics without learning a thing.
Iraq today is a seething cauldron of religious and ethnic hatreds: a full-scale civil war is in progress, with Sunnis in open rebellion against the majority Shi’ites. As I write this, the latest news is that a car bomb exploding in Baghdad killed 19 people – in addition to another bomb north of the capital killing 2 and wounding 6. And that’s just in the past twenty-four hours: violence has escalated dramatically this year. The US is sending more arms to the government, including 100 Hellfire missiles – a government, by the way, that is staunchly pro-Iranian and which asked us politely but firmly to leave.

As George W. Bush would say: "Mission Accomplished!" But that’s only if you’re Ahmed Chalabi, the "hero in error" who somehow persuaded the Clinton and Bush administrations to put him on the CIA payroll and proceeded to hornswoggle Western governments – and the complicit media – with tall tales of Iraq’s fabled-but-nonexistent nuclear weapons program. 
Chalabi, it turned out, was working for Tehran – which naturally wanted its old enemy, Saddam Hussein, put out of commission so the Shi’ite majority could take power. A decade later and the leaders of Shi’ite parties who had found shelter in Tehran for decades rule the roost in Baghdad – thanks to the very same people who are now exhorting us to attack Iran. 
Yes, the neoconservatives whose policies led directly to the extension of Iranian influence throughout Iraq now insist the Iranian mullahs are building "weapons of mass destruction" and must be stopped.

Our enormous failure in Iraq exhausted us, not only financially but also morally and psychologically. Not that the war hawks of Washington were the least bit deterred by their abysmal failure: it was the American people who began to wonder if perhaps it hadn’t been worth the lives, the destruction of an entire country, and the rise of militant anti-Americanism on a world scale. In reaction, ordinary Americans became increasingly vocal about the need to stay out of the world’s intractable conflicts and instead tend to business at home. 
The political class didn’t pay much attention at first, only modifying their approach. Instead of simply invading, in the Bushian fashion, the strategy was to utilize proxies as a temporary expedient, while laying the groundwork for more direct overtly military intervention. Libya was supposed to be the model: this was preceded by a big propaganda campaign, in which our credulous mainstream media picked up the administration’s "imminent humanitarian disaster" talking point and ran with it. That the alleged site of this impending massacre of the rebels by Qadaffi’s men was supposed to have taken place in Benghazi underscores how and why this new strategy began backfiring from the start. 
Libya began falling apart the moment we announced its "liberation," and has gone rapidly downhill ever since. Yet the War Party achieved a nominal victory in that the scheme worked, after all. 
The Three Harpies of the Libyan Apocalypse – Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice, and Samantha Power – succeeded in dragging the President, not exactly kicking and screaming, into the Libyan mini-quagmire.
If US troops weren’t bogged down fighting an insurgency, the administration soon found itself fending off a congressional insurgency around the attack on our "consulate" and the first assassination of an American ambassador in many years. 
The same Three Harpies agitated for the aborted bombing of Syria, another "humanitarian" intervention on behalf of oppressed "moderate" Islamists. (Which is saying something when it comes to Syria, where Al Qaeda is now considered "moderate" compared to the ultra-radical ISIS.) Hillary was particularly interested in expanding the aid program which had so far only given the rebels light arms and political support. When the President vetoed stronger measures, she resigned – and although her resignation was long planned, there was a certain synchronicity in the timing. 
So what or who pushed the President into the Syrian air strikes that never happened? 
I covered that in the run-up to the President’s announcement and his subsequent backing off in the face of popular outrage. 
Suffice to say here that once again the War Party had come up against what must inevitably be dubbed the "Iraq Syndrome," after its predecessor, the "Vietnam Syndrome."

This is the way our political class talks about the rumblings of rebellion that have occurred over the past half century or so, outbreaks of opposition to the idea of America as a world empire. Our elites view these periodic eruptions of "isolationism" as a psycho-ideological malady, which is where the Syndrome business comes into it. 
Of course the real disease vector is in Washington, where the contagion of empire has unleashed an authoritarian plague eating away at the Constitution and the rule of law. 
A lawless regime of total surveillance has usurped the Fourth Amendment, and the bulwark of liberty, the Bill of Rights, is besieged in the name of "national security."

It’s an old phrase with a new meaning: yesterday, which seems so long ago, "national security" meant the security of the nation, i.e. the territory of the United States. Today it means the "national interest,’ and our various and ever-changing "interests" extend into every continent, every country, every godforsaken -and-best-forgotten corner of the globe. 
Shakira:  Victim of Obama's murdering CIA drone strikes
Yesterday we were a country: today we are an empire, a fact our political elites naturally glory in, but they face a major problem – the bigger the empire gets the more opposition its existence arouses, at home as well as abroad. Empires don’t come cheap, and the costs are ever-rising. In an age of austerity the War Party has a harder sell.

One way around this is utilizing "soft power" to achieve US foreign policy objectives, and recent events in Ukraine are the first results of the War Party’s strategic shift. It is also, I might note, a geographic shift away from the Middle East, a pivot to Europe and Russia’s "near abroad" that underscores – and possibly prefigures – the Clintonian approach. 
The first Clinton administration, you’ll recall, was focused on the anti-Slavic front, spending most of its foreign policy capital fighting a civilizational war against the Slavic Orthodox Russophiles of Serbia and Bosnia on behalf of the oppressed Muslim minority in the former Yugoslavia. 
This war will be resumed if and when the Clintons retake the White House; indeed, we are seeing the first stages of it unfold quite dramatically in the streets of Kiev. 
Ukraine has been a longstanding battlefield in the on-again, off-again cold war with Vladimir Putin’s Russia, and one where the US has not always fared as well as it has more recently. The Orange Revolution, you might not remember, went sour pretty quickly, with the hero of the revolutionary hour, Viktor Yushchenko, quickly discredited and now largely forgotten.

Not to worry. Thanks to the infusion of untold millions into various NGOs and Ukrainian opposition groups, there are new "heroes of the Revolution" who have taken the stage in the Maiden – and taken power in Western Ukraine. 
No need to send in US troops: the muscle is provided by the black-masked cadre of "Right Sector," football hooligans and neo-Nazi skinheads who wear the red-and-black insignia of the pro-Nazi Ukrainians who fought under SS command during World War II. Their fuehrer leader, Dmytro Yorash, is deputy chief of "national security," i.e. the new regime’s political police.

With banker-technocrats like Arsenyi Yatsenyuk as inoffensive front man, the real coup leaders in Kiev – a coalition of old-time oligarchs like Julia Tymoshenko and the "reformed’ neo-Nazis of the ultra-nationalist Svoboda party – are setting the stage for a proxy war against the Russians. 
We have already seen a series of low-level provocations, on the border and elsewhere, and now that the referendum over Crimea has taken place a military clash is all too possible. As in the case of the Syrian rebels, we’ll be providing aid to Ukraine – a cool $1 billion to start with – while our media shamelessly roots for the embattled "freedom-fighters." 
Yet there is a growing awareness – see here, here, and here – in "mainstream" quarters of the "interim" Ukrainian government’s creepiness. There really is no other word I can think of that describes a party which valorizes Stepan Bandera and the other founders of the Ukrainian SS unit that murdered 4,000 Jews in Lvov, and actively participated in the Holocaust. 
The Svoboda party, whose leader has denounced an alleged "Muscovite-Jewish" conspiracy against Ukraine, has no less than eight top posts in the coupist "government" in Kiev, that is if you count the even more radical Yorash as a fellow traveler. 
In short, the blowback from this foolhardy display of US-funded "soft power" could potentially rival what happened at Benghazi – if not worse. Do we really want to use a bunch of neo-Nazi skinheads as a battering ram against the Russians? In Libya, we unleashed Islamist fanatics who murdered our Ambassador. Do we know what we are unleashing in Ukraine?

The encirclement of Russia has been an ongoing project of post-cold war US policymakers, with both Republican and Democratic administrations doing their bit. However, Bill Clinton really set the standard, not only with the Kosovo intervention but also in light of his obsession with the former Soviet republics of Central Asia: Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, and the various ex-Soviet republics surrounding the Caspian Sea. It was during the Clinton administration that the first shots of the new cold war were fired. 
Indeed, President Clinton set up a special office of Caspian Basin Energy Diplomacy and appointed Richard Morningstar as his Special Advisor and overseer of the new sub-agency. 
If the US could yank the ex-Soviet states in the region out of Russia’s "near abroad," Western companies could reap mega-profits while the Russians were locked out – and Putin’s energy chokehold on Europe would be broken. 
The project was a classic case of crony capitalism and cynical geopolitics, with the US government canoodling with foreign dictators – some of them quite bizarre – in order to set up American and allied companies for the alleged coming "gold rush" in Caspian energy production.

Yet the eccentric dictators of Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, for all their ruthlessness, come off as relatively benign compared to the gaggle of ultra-nationalists, open anti-Semites, corrupt oligarchs, and outright thugs (such as Yorash) who constitute the coup leadership in Kiev.

In Iraq we used "hard power" to install a regime that is not only tyrannical but also hostile to the US. Today in Ukraine we are deploying "soft power" to ensconce a government that will not only be a financial burden for as far as they eye can see, but which may also turn out not to be as "pro-American" as their effusive neocon cheerleaders would have us believe. 

The Svoboda party claims to represent all Ukrainians in the region, and openly talks about a "Greater Ukraine" extending into parts of neighboring countries which may indeed have pockets of Ukrainians. The national-ethnic conflicts that have periodically transformed the map of south-central Europe go back a long way. Once this can of worms is opened there is no putting it back.

Quite aside from that, however, I thought I would never live to see the day when the US State Department whitewashed the neo-Nazi views and heritage of a gang of thugs who had seized power in a violent coup d’etat.

In Iraq, Libya, and Syria, US policymakers empowered radical Islamists of one sort or another. That was bad enough. Today, however, in Ukraine they are empowering the heirs of Adolf Hitler.

How is this not a scandal?
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Western Policies May Lead To Thermonuclear War

Obama's only salvation from the ongoing, devastating Snowden revelations


Press TV has conducted an interview with Mark Billington, with the Executive Intelligence Review from Leesburg, to discuss tensions in US-Russia relations.

Press TV: Mr. Billington Russia has said that it is trying to become more independent in the light of these tensions with the West, specifically these sanctions being imposed. 
Is this then going to backfire on the West?

Absolutely. I think that this is yet another proof of these sanctions themselves that in fact the crisis over Ukraine and Crimea is not really over Ukraine and Crimea; it is over the collapse of the Western financial system.

In fact just today S&P notified all the banks in Europe that they will be downgraded soon because of the adoption this week by the EU of what they call a single resolution mechanism, which is essentially a bail-in, a plan that when the banks begin to collapse, they are going to, simply, steal from the accounts in those banks, as they did in Cyprus last year.

So this is going to lead to a total panic collapse of the entire Western banking system and in general the sanctions being imposed against Russia, which as your story said, the Russians will deal with this by developing their own collaboration with other Eurasian nations; it will hurt but they will deal with it. 
Given sufficient provocation, Putin will smoke EU/UK.NATO
The fact is that it is going to hurt the West far more than it hurts Russia and the point is that the West, the British Empire, as LaRouche has said repeatedly, the Empire meaning the financial institutions in London and Wall Street, do not give a damn about the economies in the West; they only care about the financial power of the bankrupt financial system and therefore they are willing to provoke a war, as they are now trying to do with Russia, in order to have what they consider their right to loot Ukraine, Russia, China and so forth to prop up this bankrupt, moribund, collapsing financial system in the West.

This is going to lead to thermonuclear war very soon, unless in fact the cause of this, which is Obama and the British Empire in London are removed through impeaching Obama.

Press TV:
But Mr. Billington very quickly if you can, we are also seeing this willingness on the part of Russia to consolidate its interests with the BRICS group of nations, Brazil, China, South Africa and India and as many have pointed out, once integrated properly, these economies can rival the financial institutions of the West, as you just outlined.

So are these certain measures being taken into account by the West, even going to help?

Billington: The ability of the BRICS and the Eurasian nations to unite and work together is very important but it will not serve as a counter to the collapse of the Western economies. 
This cannot be a competition, if the massive quadrillion dollar bubble in the West in not eliminated through implementing Franklin Roosevelt-type Glass-Steagall legislation so that we can restore sanity in America and in Europe, there will be global thermonuclear war and the collaboration of the Eurasian and BRICS nations is not going to save them from the holocaust, the thermonuclear war.

We have to solve the problem in the West, not have a surrounding of the wagons in order to create a Eurasia or BRICS which can somehow compete with a West, which is collapsing into fascist police state measures, economic decay. 
We have to resolve that problem as citizens of the world with all nations of Eurasia working with those of us in America, who are committed to restoring America and Europe to its historic role as nation-builders, as republics, in collaboration with what should be our true allies in Russia, in China and Iran and so forth.

Press TV: And very quickly if you can Mr. Billington. Is there a political will and even awareness in order to bring this about?

Billington: In the West?

Press TV: Precisely.

Billington: There is a growing awareness in the West that Obama is stark raving mad, that he is trying to provoke a war with Russia, which will be thermonuclear, which Putin and Russia will not back down, nor will China. 
And there is a growing recognition that his police-state measures here especially the recent discovery or the making public of the fact that Obama and his CIA were spying on our own Congress, in fact on the committee that was investigating the CIA torture under Dick Cheney.

So this is leading to impeachment, that has not happened yet, it has to happen quickly but there is a growing rage in America including amongst leading Democrats like Dianne Feinstein and the Senate that we are dealing with the out of control dictator in the White House who has to be removed.


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The real truth on 9/11 slowly continues to bleed out

Technical experts are mounting major challenges to official U.S. government accounts of how three World Trade Center skyscrapers collapsed in near-freefall after the 9/11 attacks 15 years ago.

Many researchers are focusing especially on the little-known collapse of



The Geopolitics Of The United States, Part 1: The Inevitable Empire

The Empire and the inevitable fall of the Obama criminal regime

STRATFOR Editor’s Note: This installment on the United States, presented in two parts, is the 16th in a series of STRATFOR monographs on the geopolitics of countries influential in world affairs.

Like nearly all of the peoples of North and South America, most Americans are not originally from the territory that became the United States.



Geopolitics Of The United States Part 2: American Identity And The Threats of Tomorrow

A look back at 2011 predictions for the future in order to put events of today into perspective

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We have already discussed in the first part of this analysis how the American geography dooms whoever controls the territory to being a global power, but there are a number of other outcomes that shape what that power will be like. The first and most critical is the impact of that geography on the American mindset.



By Robert S. Finnegan

This e-mail outlines and confirms the acts of espionage against Indonesia and Indonesians by Akiko Makino and the others involved both in Kobe University and in AI Lab at University of Airlangga, Surabaya; Bahasa Indonesia original follows English translation...



UPDATED 01/07/2015 : New Analysis Challenges Tamiflu Efficacy; Hong Kong Corona Virus Outbreak


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Obama criminals now resulting to biowarfare in quest to destroy Chinese and ASEAN economy; "novel virus substrain" points directly to a Kawaoka / Fouchier / Ernala-Ginting Kobe lab virus weaponized and genetically altered to specifically target and infect the Asian population: Ribavirin...



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The 5th Estate has just purchased a library on H5N1 "Novel" virus pandemics, there are dozens of PDF and Exel documents we feel will assist you in saving lives following intentional releases of the H5N1 and now MERS viruses; we will begin by printing those that appear to be extremely relevant here: H5N1 Kobe-Kawaoka-Ernala series continues soon with more "Smoking Gun" e-mails from Teridah Ernala to The 5th Estate . . .



By Robert S. Finnegan

On October 12, 2002 the Indonesian island of Bali experienced a terrorist attack that rocked the world. It was unquestionably well-coordinated and executed, the largest in the country's history.