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Rosa Emilia tilda de “inmaduro” al que le ganó demanda de acoso …

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Luego de que el exempleado de la Fiscalía federal en Puerto Rico, Francisco Reyes Caparrós, realizara expresiones sobre un alegado ambiente de “terror” …
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El director del FBI dijo que pronto habrá arrestos por fraude tras María

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Evasión revela tensa relación entre el FBI y la Fiscalía federal en PR

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… luego de que el exempleado Francisco Reyes Caparrós argumentara también sobre problemas para trabajar los casos sometidos por el FBI ante la Fiscalía.
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Desmienten pesquisa contra fiscal federal

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A Rosa Emilia “el poder se le fue”

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Francisco Reyes Caparrós, exempleado de Fiscalía Federal que ganó una demanda de hostigamiento laboral a la jefa de fiscales Rosa Emilia Rodríguez.
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Exempleado narra el “terror” que imparte Rosa Emilia Rodríguez

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… Rosa Emilia Rodríguez Vélez, perdió el caso que pesaba en su contra por represalias y hostigamiento laboral del exempleado Francisco Reyes Caparrós, …
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Demandante gana caso contra Fiscalía federal por hostigamiento …

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Fiscalía federal pierde caso de hostigamiento laboral

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Fiscalía Federal pierde caso por represalias y hostigamiento laboral

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Imparten instrucciones al jurado en juicio por la demanda de Rosa …

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Se contradicen funcionarios del FBI en juicio contra Rosa Emilia

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Sometido el caso de hostigamiento laboral contra la Fiscalía federal

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En la recta final juicio contra fiscalía federal

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El caso incoado por el exanalista de inteligencia de la fiscalía federal, Francisco Reyes Caparrós, contra varios supervisores de esa oficina por alegadas …
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Hecho en Puerto Rico: ¿Espionaje ruso?

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Francisco Reyes Caparrós, exespecialista de inteligencia quien laboró en el Departamento de Justicia federal en Puerto Rico entre 2009 y 2015 (Caso Civil …
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Justicia federal pide desestimar demanda contra Rosa Emilia Rodríguez

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… de la fiscalía federal, Francisco Reyes Caparrós, contra la fiscalía federal. … Reyes Caparrós alega que los actos de represalias y hostigamiento laboral en su … Reyes Caparrós alega que sus supervisores, Rosa Emilia Rodríguez, María …
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Narra su versión demandante de caso contra fiscalía federal

El Vocero de Puerto RicoMay 23, 2018
“Me sentía cansado, exhausto, me rendí”. Con esta expresión el exanalista de inteligencia de la fiscalía federal, Francisco Reyes Caparros, describió llorando …
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Rosa Emilia le sale al paso a alegaciones en su contra

El Vocero de Puerto RicoMay 23, 2018
La jefa de la fiscalía federal, Rosa Emilia Rodríguez, aseguró que todas las acciones disciplinarias tomadas contra Francisco Reyes Caparros en su oficina …
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Rosa Emilia pide perdón en juicio en su contra

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Testifica la fiscal Rosa Emilia Rodríguez

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Francisco Reyes Caparros renunció el 3 de febrero de 2015. Este alega que fue humillado por Rosa Emilia Rodríguez y que en una ocasión durante una …
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“Le advertí que se prepara para lo que venía”

Primera HoraMay 21, 2018
Márquez relató que Reyes Caparrós le asistió en momentos en que su vida estuvo bajo amenaza para el 2010, … “Francisco (Reyes) entendió la situación.
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Testigo declara que fiscal Rosa Emilia desacreditaba a agente

Primera HoraMay 21, 2018
El exespecialista Francisco J. Reyes Caparrós, acusa a la oficina de la fiscalía federal y sus líderes de someterlo a un patrón de hostilidad y discrimen laboral.
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Otras dos demandas contra la fiscalía federal

Primera HoraMay 20, 2018
En el caso en curso, el exespecialista Francisco J. Reyes Caparrós, quien es un veterano con discapacidad parcial ahora convertido en abogado, alega haber …
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5:56 AM 6/17/2018 – The Crisis OF Credibility In The Office Of Federal Prosecutor

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In My Humble Opinion: 

Rosa Emilia claims that Leff (FBI Director of PR Branch) “talks a lot”, or “talks too much”. I do not see what it is “too much” that he said. His statement regarding the investigations and the pending prosecutions of the “dirty politicians”, regardless of who they are, or whom he meant, are entirely appropriate, and even gracious and legally and politically correct: he gives the advance warning that corruption will not be tolerated. 

Ms. Rodriguez-Velez may think that I talk too much too but I will utter just one word for her and for now, as a private citizen and a blogger: 

OUT!

Michael Novakhov 

6:23 AM 6/17/2018

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Quotes: 

“Not only did she call Reyes Caparrós “immature” but, in reference to the head of the FBI in Puerto Rico, Douglas Leff, he contrasted that he “talks a lot” and she prefers to keep more reserved about pending investigations.

The brush with Leff is occurring since the verdict.” 

“After the verdict, there are demands for the official to be replaced.

“Reyes Caparrós makes extremely serious allegations because they confirm something that defendants, defendants and defenders have always claimed: that the

Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico has been dedicated to the fabrication of cases, which is illegal, unconstitutional, undermines our democratic aspiration and it worsens the tremendous political fragility of the government system in Puerto Rico,

“said María Mari Narváez, director of the organization ‘Kilometer 0’.”

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Credibility crisis in the Federal Prosecutor’s Office

Reactions after verdict draw attention

The Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico is going through a precarious moment between allegations of fabrications of cases, “terror” given by the head of the office, Rosa Emilia Rodríguez Vélez, and several cases of work harassment.

The aforementioned scenarios also occur while discussing a possible replacement of Chief Rodriguez at a time when the Federal Bureau of Criminal Investigations (FBI) has also been evasive in answering questions about the work of Rodríguez Vélez for his employees.

Read also : Evasion reveals tense relationship between the FBI and the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in PR

The public discussion about Rodríguez Vélez’s performance intensified after Francisco Reyes Caparrós, a former employee of the Attorney General’s Office, won a lawsuit for labor harassment.

Rodríguez Vélez has tried to defend himself against the verdict in several ways, including accusing this means and the plaintiff. However, what represents a threat to her credibility as head of the United States Government in Puerto Rico is that a group of 12 people, constituted as a jury, simply believed the former employee more than her.

The predicament in which Rodríguez Vélez is located is the same as all the people that his office has criminally accused and who have been convicted: they can say whatever they want about their innocence but that does not erase that there was a unanimous verdict , who declares them guilty of crime.

See also :  To Rosa Emilia “the power was gone”

In the case of the chief prosecutor the situation is worse, because in many criminal cases the defendant chooses not to sit down to give his version in the witnesses’ chair but, in the case of Reyes Caparrós, Rodríguez Vélez sat down, offered his version of the alleged labor harassment under oath, and the jury did not believe him, granting greater credibility to the plaintiff’s version, who also sat down to testify. It took barely an hour and a half for the jury to assess both testimonies and decide in favor of the former.

And what did the jury think?

According to what Reyes Caparrós explained in his version of the events, the jury believed that Rodríguez Vélez has a “reign of terror” in his office. “Either you do what I say, or do what I say … there or you submit or submit,” said the plaintiff who is now entitled, according to the verdict, compensation of up to $ 300,000.

After the verdict, the former employee, who must now return to work in the office as part of his legal victory, also said that the prosecutor orders investigations and initiates prosecutions for capricious motives.

See also: “Hostile environment” in federal prosecutor’s office continues to produce resignations and demands

This week, in a ‘half tour’ with the Secretary of the Department of Justice, Wanda Vázquez Garced, on a campaign to address crimes against people of the golden age, the prosecutor was still combative with the outcome of the case.

Not only did she call Reyes Caparrós “immature” but, in reference to the head of the FBI in Puerto Rico, Douglas Leff, he contrasted that he “talks a lot” and she prefers to keep more reserved about pending investigations.

The brush with Leff is occurring since the verdict.

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“This man (Reyes Caparrós) suffers from immaturity, suffers from other situations that I will not bring at that moment because I really feel sorry that he has abused the moment,” said Rodriguez when interviewed by ABC 5.

“My record is there, the record of my office is there, I completely deny that, it makes me sad, because precisely if he had that kind of argument he should have brought it in the trial which he did not bring and none of those things he said after the verdict because he had brought it and none are true, “he said.

Reyes Caparrós, who resigned in 2015, filed his claim shortly after being stripped of his routine work obligations after complaining about having to run personal errands for his superiors.

After the verdict, there are claims for the official to be replaced.

“Reyes Caparrós makes extremely serious allegations because they confirm something that defendants, defendants and defenders have always claimed: that the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico has been dedicated to the fabrication of cases, which is illegal, unconstitutional, undermines our democratic aspiration and it worsens the tremendous political fragility of the government system in Puerto Rico, “said María Mari Narváez, director of the organization ‘Kilometer 0’.

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La jefa de Fiscalía federal en Puerto Rico, Rosa Emilia Rodríguez. (Juan R. Costa / Archivo NotiCel)

La jefa de Fiscalía federal en Puerto Rico, Rosa Emilia Rodríguez. (Juan R. Costa / Archivo NotiCel)

La Fiscalía federal en Puerto Rico atraviesa por un momento precario entre alegaciones de fabricaciones de casos, “terror” impartido por la jefa de oficina, Rosa Emilia Rodríguez Vélez, y varios casos de hostigamiento laboral.

Los escenarios mencionados ocurren también mientras se habla de una posible sustitución de la jefa Rodríguez en momentos en que también el Negociado Federal de Investigaciones Criminales (FBI, por sus siglas en inglés), se ha mostrado evasivo a la hora de responder interrogantes sobre la labor de Rodríguez Vélez para con sus empleados.

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La discusión pública sobre el desempeño de Rodríguez Vélez se intensificó después de que Francisco Reyes Caparrós, exempleado de la Fiscalía, ganara una demanda por hostigamiento laboral.

Rodríguez Vélez ha tratado de defenderse del veredicto de varias maneras, incluso acusando a este medio y al demandante. Sin embargo, lo que representa una amenaza a su credibilidad como jefa del Gobierno de los Estados Unidos en Puerto Rico es que un grupo de 12 personas, constituidas como un jurado, simplemente le creyó al exempleado más que a ella.

El predicamento en el que se encuentra Rodríguez Vélez es el mismo en el que se encuentran todas las personas que su oficina ha acusado criminalmente y que han salido convictos: pueden decir lo que quieran sobre su inocencia pero eso no borra que hubo un veredicto, unánime, que los declara culpables de delito.

Mira también:  A Rosa Emilia “el poder se le fue”

En el caso de la jefa de fiscales la situación es peor, porque en muchos casos criminales el acusado opta por no sentarse a dar su versión en la silla de los testigos pero, en el caso de Reyes Caparrós, Rodríguez Vélez se sentó, ofreció su versión del alegado hostigamiento laboral bajo juramento, y el jurado no le creyó, concediéndole mayor credibilidad a la versión del demandante, quien también se sentó a testificar. Apenas hora y media tardó el jurado en aquilatar ambos testimonios y decidir a favor del exempelado.

¿Y qué creyó el jurado?

Según lo que expuso Reyes Caparrós en su versión de los hechos, el jurado creyó que Rodríguez Vélez tiene un “reino de terror” en su oficina. “O haces lo que yo digo, o haces lo que yo digo…. Allí o te sometes o te sometes”, dijo el demandante que ahora es merecedor, según el veredicto, de una compensación de hasta $300,000.

Tras el veredicto, el exempleado, que ahora debe volver a trabajar en la oficina como parte de su victoria legal, también dijo que la fiscal ordena investigaciones e inicia procesamientos por motivos caprichosos.

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Esta semana, en un ‘media tour’ con la secretaria del Departamento de Justicia, Wanda Vázquez Garced, sobre una campaña de atención a crímenes contra personas de la edad dorada, la fiscal todavía se mostró combativa con el resultado del caso.

No solo tildó a Reyes Caparrós de “inmaduro” sino que, en referencia al jefe del FBI en Puerto Rico, Douglas Leff, contrastó que él “habla mucho” y ella prefiere mantenerse más reservada sobre investigaciones pendientes.

El roce con Leff está ocurriendo desde el veredicto.

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“Este señor (Reyes Caparrós) sufre de inmadurez, sufre de otras situaciones que no voy a traer en ese momento porque realmente me da pena que él haya abusado del momento”, dijo Rodríguez al ser entrevistada por ABC 5.

“Mi récord está ahí, el récord de mi oficina está ahí. Yo completamente niego eso. Me da pena, porque precisamente si él tenía ese tipo de argumento debió traerlo en el juicio lo cual  no trajo y ninguna de esas cosas que dijo después del veredicto pues la había traído y ninguna son ciertas”, indicó también.

Reyes Caparrós, quien renunció en el 2015, radicó su demanda poco tiempo después tras ser despojado de sus obligaciones laborales rutinarias después de quejarse por tener que hacer recados personales para sus superiores.

Tras el veredicto, hay reclamos para que la funcionaria sea sustituida.

“Reyes Caparrós hace alegaciones extremadamente serias porque confirman algo que acusados, acusadas y defensores han alegado desde siempre: que la Fiscalía federal en Puerto Rico se ha dedicado a la fabricación de casos, lo cual es ilegal, es inconstitucional, atenta contra nuestra aspiración democrática y empeora la tremenda fragilidad política del sistema de gobierno en Puerto Rico”, dijo por su parte, María Mari Narváez, directora de la organización ‘Kilómetro 0’.

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In the US, a frame-up (frameup) or setup is the act of framing someone, that is, providing false evidence or false testimony in order to falsely prove someone guilty of a crime.[1]

Sometimes, the person who is framing someone else is the actual perpetrator of the crime. In other cases it is an attempt by law enforcement to get around due process. Motives include getting rid of political dissidents or “correcting” what they see as the court’s mistake. Some lawbreakers will try to claim they were framed as a defense strategy.

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Federal Prosecutor Rosa Emilia Rodriguez defended herself against the accusations made by the former employee of her office that won her a lawsuit for retaliation and hostile work environment.

Speaking last night to ABC5’s On Record program, Rodríguez Vélez said that it is still being evaluated if the case is appealed, that it has not been concluded, and criticized the plaintiff, former intelligence specialist Francisco Reyes Caparrós.

¨Our position was always doing the right thing. This gentleman, as you have always said, suffers from immaturity, from other situations that I will not attract at this moment because I feel sorry that I have abused this moment and I am not going to abuse him. This is absolutely false, we have other mechanisms that we will be following in this case and that people should trust our record and how we are as human beings, “Rodriguez Velez told the television.

Whether to Questions about cases Were fabricated or at some point I That Demanded That figures to be Sought Judges as file charges, Rodriguez Velez replied. “It is absolutely false . I live quietly, I quietly sleep I’ve dedicated my whole life, 30 years as a federal employee, 12 years as a federal prosecutor for Puerto Rico, a lot of pride, my record is there, my office, I completely deny that. ”

“You can not manufacture the cases, we have processes … the grand jury that is so strict, we have 18 people who are the ones who decide … that’s ridiculous,” said Rodríguez Vélez.

Reyes Caparros denounced in statements to the media that Rodriguez Velez has a reign of terror in the prosecution, that there is an active investigation from Washington, and that he made expressions such that they would get him “a judge” to present him charges.

Rodríguez Vélez regretted that Reyes Caparrós did not make those allegations during the trial. The prosecutor said that the processes in his office are very rigorous and said that the “institutions” must be respected.

¨ I am sorry that it has been, as they say vulgarly, dispatched with the big spoon. I have kept silence in respect to the institution and the process¨

“Every day the federal prosecutor’s office is an institution that Puerto Rico needs, and you have to trust the institutions,” he said.

On the possibility of her being replaced as head of the federal prosecutor’s office in Puerto Rico, Rodriguez Velez said that she is in that position as long as the Department of Justice and the president of the United States determine it. “I am a career employee,” he said.

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Rosa Emilia Rodríguez, Chief of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico. (Juan R. Costa / File NotiCel)

Rosa Emilia Rodríguez, Chief of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico. (Juan R. Costa / File NotiCel)

After the former employee of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico, Francisco Reyes Caparrós, made statements about an alleged environment of “terror” that reigns in the office headed by Rosa Emilia Rodriguez and spoke about the manufacture of cases in this body, Rodríguez defended alleging that the gentleman who won a suit for work harassment to his office suffers from “immaturity.”

Their expressions were made in an interview by the program ‘En Récord’ that ABC 5 Puerto Rico transmits.

“This man suffers from immaturity, suffers from other situations that I will not bring at that time because I really feel sorry that he has abused the moment,” said Rodriguez, reacting to the allegations presented by Reyes Caparrós.

Read also : Evasion reveals tense relationship between the FBI and the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in PR

Consequently, the head of the federal prosecutor downplayed the allegations indicating that her work speaks for her, despite yesterday the head of the Federal Bureau of Criminal Investigation (FBI, for its acronym in English), Douglas Leff, avoided talking about the functions of Rodriguez in the presiding office and in substitution, stressed that “the most important thing is the employees that work in the streets”.

“My record is there, the record of my office is there, I completely deny that, it makes me sad, because precisely if he had that kind of argument he should have brought it in the trial which he did not bring and none of those things he said after the verdict because he had brought it and none are true, “Rosa Emilia claimed.

Last May, a court suggested an indemnity of $ 300,000 for Reyes Caparros for, among other things, being subjected to labor in the office that Rodriguez presides over.

After the decision, the gentleman argued that “[i] t is how the copper is beaten among the employees that is another singing, because there is the reign of terror, either you do what I say, or you do what I say .. There is no one to submit, or you submit, “I said while asking questions from the same radio while denouncing that it is Rosa Emilia who carries out the commands.

See also : Exemployed narrates the “terror” imparted by Rosa Emilia Rodríguez

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From the Chronicles Of Puerto Rican Political Menagerie

“Boas, pythons, poisonous snakes, bears, cougars, lions, Bengal tigers, jaguars, ocelots, spiders, and scorpions have been seized on the island”… 

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The Toad On The Road, Or When Coquito was biked by Cabrito 

 

Update: 6.16 – 6.13.18

M.N.:

Ms. Rodrigez-Velez, are you a psychiatrist, a psychologist, a social worker, or an educator to judge the other person’s “maturity or immaturity”? He (Caparros) and others have absolutely the same right to judge your own levels “maturity or immaturity”. And if you believe that “the cases cannot be manufactured“, you live in the “immaturely” fantasized or delusional world.  

Is this how the US Attorney argues her cases: after the verdict? And quite unpersuasively at that also, and again. If this is the level of her skills and her style, I do not know who of them is “immature”. If this is the indication of the quality level of her work, I am not surprised at all that Puerto Rico has chronic problems with the state of Justice in its various aspects. Dear Guardians: Should you not consult a good shoemaker, or rather the bootmaker? 

And by the way, Ms. Rodriguez-Velez, you do not look at all that you “sleep quietly”. And you should not. 

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“You can not manufacture the cases, we have processes … the grand jury that are so strict, we have 18 people who are the ones who decide … that’s ridiculous,” said Rodríguez Vélez.” 

M.N.: This, Grand Jury composition and rules, are not the guarantees against the “manufactured cases”, this argument of yours is ridiculous.

“Reyes Caparrós denounced in statements to the media that Rodriguez Velez has a reign of terror in the prosecution, that there is an active investigation from Washington, and that he made expressions such as that they would get him “a judge” to present him charges.” 

Is this the thinly veiled reference to the fact that the trial judge was from Boston, and if he were from Puerto Rico, the outcome of the trial might have been different, in Ms. Rodriguez-Velez ‘s opinion? This is quite an idiosyncratic point of view, to put it softly. But it might also reflect her conceptual “world-view”. 

With regard to the “respect for the institutions”, it is based on the respect for the persons who form these institutions at a moment, and like any other respect, it is earned. 

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M.N.: Ms. Rodrigez-Velez, are you a psychiatrist, a psychologist, a social worker, or an educator to judge the other person’s “maturity or immaturity”? He (Caparros) and others have absolutely the same right to judge your own levels “maturity or immaturity”. And if you believe that “the cases cannot be manufactured”, you live in the “immaturely” fantasized or delusional world.  

Rosa Emilia dice que “no se pueden fabricar los caso” – Primera Hora

Rosa Emilia says that “you can not manufacture the cases”

By Primerahora.com 06/13/2018| 01: 45 pm

 

Denies accusations of former employee who won a lawsuit and says that the case is not over yet.

Federal prosecutor Rosa Emilia Rodriguez defended herself against the accusations made by the former employee of her office that won her a lawsuit for retaliation and hostile work environment.

Speaking last night to ABC5’s On Record program, Rodríguez Vélez said that it is still being evaluated if the case is appealed, that it has not been concluded, and criticized the plaintiff, former intelligence specialist Francisco Reyes Caparrós.

¨Our position was always doing the right thing. This gentleman, as has always been said, suffers from immaturity, from other situations that I will not attract at this moment because I feel sorry that he has abused this moment and I am not going to abuse him. This is absolutely false, we have other mechanisms that we will be following in this case and that people should trust our record and how we are as human beings, “Rodriguez Velez told the television.

To questions about whether cases were fabricated or that at some point he demanded that figures be sought as judges to file charges, Rodríguez Vélez replied: “It is absolutely false. I live quietly, I sleep quietly. I’ve dedicated my whole life, 30 years as a federal employee, 12 years as a federal prosecutor for Puerto Rico, a lot of pride, my record is there, my office, I completely deny that. ”

“You can not manufacture the cases, we have processes … the grand jury that are so strict, we have 18 people who are the ones who decide … that’s ridiculous,” said Rodríguez Vélez.

Reyes Caparrós denounced in statements to the media that Rodriguez Velez has a reign of terror in the prosecution, that there is an active investigation from Washington, and that he made expressions such as that they would get him “a judge” to present him charges.

Rodríguez Vélez regretted that Reyes Caparrós did not make those allegations during the trial. The prosecutor said that the processes in her office are very rigorous and said that the “institutions” must be respected.

¨ I am sorry that it has been, as they say vulgarly, dispatched with the big spoon. I have kept silence in respect to the institution and the process¨

“Every day the federal prosecutor’s office is an institution that Puerto Rico needs, and you have to trust the institutions,” he said.

On the possibility of her being replaced as head of the federal prosecutor’s office in Puerto Rico, Rodriguez Velez said that she is in that position as long as the Department of Justice and the president of the United States determine it. “I am a career employee,” he said.

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M.N.: Is this how the US Attorney argues her case: after the verdict? And quite unpersuasively at that also, and again. If this is the level of her skills and her style, I do not know who of them is “immature”. If this is the indication of the quality level of her work, I am not surprised at all that Puerto Rico has chronic problems with the state of Justice in its various aspects. Dear Guardians: Should you not consult a good shoemaker, or rather the bootmaker? 

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Rosa Emilia Rodríguez, Chief of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico. (Juan R. Costa / File NotiCel)

Rosa Emilia Rodríguez, Chief of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico. (Juan R. Costa / File NotiCel)

After the former employee of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico, Francisco Reyes Caparrós, made statements about an alleged environment of “terror” that reigns in the office headed by Rosa Emilia Rodriguez and spoke about the manufacture of cases in this body, Rodríguez defended alleging that the gentleman who won a suit for work harassment to his office suffers from “immaturity.”

Their expressions were made in an interview by the program ‘En Récord’ that ABC 5 Puerto Rico transmits.

“This man suffers from immaturity, suffers from other situations that I will not bring at that time because I really feel sorry that he has abused the moment,” said Rodriguez, reacting to the allegations presented by Reyes Caparrós.

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Consequently, the head of the federal prosecutor downplayed the allegations indicating that her work speaks for her, despite yesterday the head of the Federal Bureau of Criminal Investigation (FBI, for its acronym in English), Douglas Leff, avoided talking about the functions of Rodriguez in the presiding office and in substitution, stressed that “the most important thing is the employees that work in the streets”.

“My record is there, the record of my office is there, I completely deny that, it makes me sad, because precisely if he had that kind of argument he should have brought it in the trial which he did not bring and none of those things he said after the verdict because he had brought it and none are true, “Rosa Emilia claimed.

Last May, a court suggested an indemnity of $ 300,000 for Reyes Caparros for, among other things, being subjected to labor in the office that Rodriguez presides over.

After the decision, the gentleman argued that “[i] t is how the copper is beaten among the employees that is another singing, because there is the reign of terror, either you do what I say, or you do what I say .. There is no one to submit, or you submit, “I said while asking questions from the same radio while denouncing that it is Rosa Emilia who carries out the commands.

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Rosa Emilia says that the cases can not be manufactured
 

By <a href=”http://Primerahora.com” rel=”nofollow”>Primerahora.com</a> 06/13/2018 | 01: 45 pm

Federal Prosecutor Rosa Emilia Rodriguez defended herself against the accusations made by the former employee of her office that won her a lawsuit for retaliation and hostile work environment.

Speaking last night to ABC5’s On Record program, Rodríguez Vélez said that it is still being evaluated if the case is appealed, that it has not been concluded, and criticized the plaintiff, former intelligence specialist Francisco Reyes Caparrós.

¨Our position was always doing the right thing. This gentleman, as you have always said, suffers from immaturity, from other situations that I will not attract at this moment because I feel sorry that I have abused this moment and I am not going to abuse him. This is absolutely false, we have other mechanisms that we will be following in this case and that people should trust our record and how we are as human beings, “Rodriguez Velez told the television.

Whether to Questions about cases Were fabricated or at some point I That Demanded That figures to be Sought Judges as file charges, Rodriguez Velez replied. “It is absolutely false . I live quietly, I quietly sleep I’ve dedicated my whole life, 30 years as a federal employee, 12 years as a federal prosecutor for Puerto Rico, a lot of pride, my record is there, my office, I completely deny that. ”

“You can not manufacture the cases, we have processes … the grand jury that is so strict, we have 18 people who are the ones who decide … that’s ridiculous,” said Rodríguez Vélez.

Reyes Caparros denounced in statements to the media that Rodriguez Velez has a reign of terror in the prosecution, that there is an active investigation from Washington, and that he made expressions such that they would get him “a judge” to present him charges.

Rodríguez Vélez regretted that Reyes Caparrós did not make those allegations during the trial. The prosecutor said that the processes in his office are very rigorous and said that the “institutions” must be respected.

¨ I am sorry that it has been, as they say vulgarly, dispatched with the big spoon. I have kept silence in respect to the institution and the process¨

“Every day the federal prosecutor’s office is an institution that Puerto Rico needs, and you have to trust the institutions,” he said.

On the possibility of her being replaced as head of the federal prosecutor’s office in Puerto Rico, Rodriguez Velez said that she is in that position as long as the Department of Justice and the president of the United States determine it. “I am a career employee,” he said.

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Scientific Research Boosted In Ponce Area Schools

 

Agreement Signed to Promote Scientific Research in Schools

Weekend Edition Jun 15-17, 2018

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Gov. Ricardo Rosselló Nevares announced Thursday the signing of a collaborative agreement to promote scientific research for high school and university students. With the agreement of the Department of Economic Development and Trade
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Trump must answer for the deaths of thousands in Puerto Rico | Richard Wolffe

Hurricane Maria killed more Americans than the 9/11 terrorist attacks but Trump claims that the Federal Emergency Management Agenecy did ‘a fantastic job’They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. At the start of this year’s hurricane season, it’s already clear that the Trump administration has gone mad.This is a collective sickness that extends far beyond the very stable genius at the top of the executive branch. And it matters far more than whether Trump himself cares about the lives of American citizens, or can be bothered to tweet about them.Related: Puerto Rico: thousands more died from hurricane than official toll, study findsIf only water bottles were really a joke in Puerto Rico, where Americans were drinking rainwater after the hurricane.Related: Trump came to Puerto Rico like an emperor: with pomp and little sympathy | Susanne Ramirez de Arellano

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Cell Phone Data Tracks Puerto Rico Migration

How many people have left Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria and where have they gone? How many have returned to the Island?The Census Bureau has no answers to these questions yet; their last population estimate for Puerto Rico is for July of 2017. Data on the subject has relied on information that can’t give a complete answer.School enrollment counts, airplanes leaving Puerto Rico, the number of people receiving services from nonprofits — all of these data sources have problems. Household numbers have to be extrapolated from those using schools and nonprofit services. Since this type of information is not publicly reported, estimates may be casual and inaccurate.What’s more, the data may not be collected accurately. For example, students from Puerto Rico may be classified as “newcomers” — immigrants — even though they have been in U.S. school systems in Puerto Rico, and be missed in counts because of that. People traveling on airplanes may have many different reasons for their travel, and it is not possible to know those reasons.Individuals are almost certainly left out of reports like these. Some reports may then over-correct by adding a margin to account for the likely underreporting.Some figures have been the result of statistical modeling based on assumptions about people’s future decisions.

Another way to track population movement

A European data company called Teralytics took another approach. Using data on 500,000 cell phones, they saw where people in Puerto Rico before the hurricanes hit took their phones afterwards. Since most adults and many teens own cell phones and carry those phones at all times, this provided more accurate geolocation information.

Teralytics was able to show where cell phones traveled from Puerto Rico following the hurricanes, shown in red below. Cell phones traveling to Puerto Rico are shown in blue.

 

From October to February, Teralytics says, 12% of the population left Puerto Rico, and half returned. Since February, the number of people who have returned to Puerto Rico is greater than the number that left during that time.

Puerto Rico’s ability to maintain a population of workers in the territory is one of the most important wild cards in economic forecasts for the Island. More accurate data can be beneficial for this purpose, as well as for future planning for natural disasters and for funding in States where evacuees went and may stay.

Privacy issues

Cell phones have been used in other countries to understand migration patterns (resulting from wars, for example) and allocate resources effectively.

In the U.S., laws on the subject differ from one State to another. Teralytics says that the data is completely stripped of all personally identifiable information. Their privacy policy is similar to the policies of other tech companies, and emphasizes the anonymity of the aggregate data they use.

, a member of the Puerto Rico House of Representatives, expressed concern over the privacy of the cell phones’ owners, saying that Teralytics is using personal information “to track and hunt U.S. citizens exercising their democratic right to freely travel within our nation’s borders.”

The National Hurricane Survival Initiative speculated about how the data harvested by Teralytics could be used for political purposes. El Nuevo Dia wondered whether customers of the cell phone carrier which shared the data were asked for permission.

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11:47 PM 6/12/2018 – Proyecto para privatizar la AEE espera por firma de Rosselló
10:51 AM 6/12/2018 – Update: Crime In Puerto Rico: “So far this year, there have been 296 murders, this is three less than the previous year.” | Meet Inspector Drone: A Single Drone Helped Mexican Police Drop Crime 10 Percent (!)
10:08 AM 6/11/2018 – FBI apuesta a la experiencia: Leff indicó que el FBI tiene abiertas más de cinco pesquisas por el mal uso de fondos asignados por FEMA tras el azote de María. | M.N.: I think that this is very good initiative, and hopefully it will work: “Given the high incidence of violent crimes on the island, the deputy director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the United States, David Bowdich, undertook to assign new agents to Puerto Rico and veterans from other districts of that dependency with experience in gang cases, revealed the director of the FBI on the island, Douglas Leff.”
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4:51 AM 6/11/2018 – “This transatlantic rift is a gift to Russia that amply repays Vladimir Putin’s investment in helping the Trump campaign,” wrote the conservative foreign policy expert Max Boot.
4:00 AM 6/11/2018 – National Puerto Rican Day Parade… | ‘What does Putin have on you?’ Verhofstadt MOCKS Donald Trump on Twitter – Express.co.uk
3:25 AM 6/11/2018 – M.N.: Merkel gets so much mileage out of Trump-Russia affair, that it becomes increasingly hard to believe that it was not a German design…
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8:08 AM 6/10/2018 – Learning English: Give them the boot! Carlos Cases FBI | Rosa Emilia Rodriguez-Velez DOJ 
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Ever watched a foreign correspondent dodging live bullets in the field? Or come across shaky camera footage with a reporter fleeing from the scene? The answer – if you’ve seen a lot of international news packages, particularly from hostile environments – will most probably be yes.

But what you haven’t necessarily seen is the team behind the camera: the cameraman, the producer, the driver and especially, the fixer.

This is a situation where somehow we think that this news is just magically appearing, and if we can have a better understanding of how news is created, we’re going to have a better understanding of what the news is.

Shayna Plaut, research manager, Global Reporting Centre

“Many people, they just know the international correspondent and the news presenters,” Khalid Abu Ghali, a Gaza-based fixer told us. “But for us, as fixers, or for those who are working in the media, they know that behind this person is an army of people who are preparing and making this matter easy for him, gathering news and gathering articles and to make a good story, and to make a good reputation for the channel.”

The fixer is the local man or woman on the ground who secures that critical interview, gets access to that all-important location, who reads between the lines when the situation is rife with local complexity.

They know the local news terrain and open doors few foreign correspondents ever can on their own. They’re multi-skilled – part translator, part researcher, part editorial consultant, part security specialist.

According to Zeina Khodr, a roving correspondent for Al Jazeera who has done a lot of work in conflict areas, fixers “tell you what hostile situations you can face. Where are the dangers? They understand the language, so if there is a crowd and the crowd becomes sort of aggressive or there’s tension in the air, the fixer will know when it is time to pull out.”

Being able to do a story often comes down to safety. Many fixers work in dangerous places, sometimes with potentially deadly consequences.

On the rare occasions when fixers gain a public profile, it is usually when they are arrested, kidnapped, or killed. For all they do, seldom do they get the recognition they deserve.

Shayna Plaut is a Research Manager at the Global Reporting Centre, an organisation that focuses on neglected news stories around the world.

In 2016 she co-authored a study that explored the divisions between fixers and correspondents. She surveyed more than 450 people from 71 countries; one of her central findings was that 60 percent of journalists stated that they never or rarely gave fixers credit, while 86 percent of fixers would like credit – always (48 percent) or sometimes (38 percent).

Plaut welcomes the fact that the issue is finally being discussed.

“I think that it’s a conversation that has been taking place between fixers. It’s a conversation that has been taking place with journalists as well. But it’s not a conversation that’s been taking place between journalists and fixers, nor between those who are producing the news and those who are consuming the news. This is a situation where somehow we think that this news is just magically appearing, and if we can have a better understanding of how news is created, we’re going to have a better understanding of what the news is.”

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In the US, a frame-up (frameup) or setup is the act of framing someone, that is, providing false evidence or false testimony in order to falsely prove someone guilty of a crime.[1]

Sometimes, the person who is framing someone else is the actual perpetrator of the crime. In other cases it is an attempt by law enforcement to get around due process. Motives include getting rid of political dissidents or “correcting” what they see as the court’s mistake. Some lawbreakers will try to claim they were framed as a defense strategy.

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Federal Prosecutor Rosa Emilia Rodriguez defended herself against the accusations made by the former employee of her office that won her a lawsuit for retaliation and hostile work environment.

Speaking last night to ABC5’s On Record program, Rodríguez Vélez said that it is still being evaluated if the case is appealed, that it has not been concluded, and criticized the plaintiff, former intelligence specialist Francisco Reyes Caparrós.

¨Our position was always doing the right thing. This gentleman, as you have always said, suffers from immaturity, from other situations that I will not attract at this moment because I feel sorry that I have abused this moment and I am not going to abuse him. This is absolutely false, we have other mechanisms that we will be following in this case and that people should trust our record and how we are as human beings, “Rodriguez Velez told the television.

Whether to Questions about cases Were fabricated or at some point I That Demanded That figures to be Sought Judges as file charges, Rodriguez Velez replied. “It is absolutely false . I live quietly, I quietly sleep I’ve dedicated my whole life, 30 years as a federal employee, 12 years as a federal prosecutor for Puerto Rico, a lot of pride, my record is there, my office, I completely deny that. ”

“You can not manufacture the cases, we have processes … the grand jury that is so strict, we have 18 people who are the ones who decide … that’s ridiculous,” said Rodríguez Vélez.

Reyes Caparros denounced in statements to the media that Rodriguez Velez has a reign of terror in the prosecution, that there is an active investigation from Washington, and that he made expressions such that they would get him “a judge” to present him charges.

Rodríguez Vélez regretted that Reyes Caparrós did not make those allegations during the trial. The prosecutor said that the processes in his office are very rigorous and said that the “institutions” must be respected.

¨ I am sorry that it has been, as they say vulgarly, dispatched with the big spoon. I have kept silence in respect to the institution and the process¨

“Every day the federal prosecutor’s office is an institution that Puerto Rico needs, and you have to trust the institutions,” he said.

On the possibility of her being replaced as head of the federal prosecutor’s office in Puerto Rico, Rodriguez Velez said that she is in that position as long as the Department of Justice and the president of the United States determine it. “I am a career employee,” he said.

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After the former employee of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in Puerto Rico, Francisco Reyes Caparrós, made statements about an alleged environment of “terror” that reigns in the office headed by Rosa Emilia Rodriguez and spoke about the manufacture of cases in this body, Rodríguez defended alleging that the gentleman who won a suit for work harassment to his office suffers from “immaturity.”

Their expressions were made in an interview by the program ‘En Récord’ that ABC 5 Puerto Rico transmits.

“This man suffers from immaturity, suffers from other situations that I will not bring at that time because I really feel sorry that he has abused the moment,” said Rodriguez, reacting to the allegations presented by Reyes Caparrós.

Read also : Evasion reveals tense relationship between the FBI and the Federal Prosecutor’s Office in PR

Consequently, the head of the federal prosecutor downplayed the allegations indicating that her work speaks for her, despite yesterday the head of the Federal Bureau of Criminal Investigation (FBI, for its acronym in English), Douglas Leff, avoided talking about the functions of Rodriguez in the presiding office and in substitution, stressed that “the most important thing is the employees that work in the streets”.

“My record is there, the record of my office is there, I completely deny that, it makes me sad, because precisely if he had that kind of argument he should have brought it in the trial which he did not bring and none of those things he said after the verdict because he had brought it and none are true, “Rosa Emilia claimed.

Last May, a court suggested an indemnity of $ 300,000 for Reyes Caparros for, among other things, being subjected to labor in the office that Rodriguez presides over.

After the decision, the gentleman argued that “[i] t is how the copper is beaten among the employees that is another singing, because there is the reign of terror, either you do what I say, or you do what I say .. There is no one to submit, or you submit, “I said while asking questions from the same radio while denouncing that it is Rosa Emilia who carries out the commands.

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Paul Manafort, one-time head of President Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, spent his first night in a federal prison in Virginia on Friday — where his location was listed as “VIP.”

Manafort is being housed at the Northern Neck Regional Jail in Warsaw, Virginia, about 90 miles south of Washington DC.

He was booked into custody at 8:22 p.m., according to jail records.

A judge revoked Manafort’s bail Friday after he allegedly tried to contact witnesses in his upcoming trial for conspiracy and money laundering.

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About three years ago, not long after Donald Trump announced his improbable bid for the White House, Felix Sater sensed a big opportunity. He and his childhood friend, Michael Cohen—then a lawyer and dealmaker for the Trump Organization—had been working for more than a decade, on and off, to build a Trump Tower in Moscow. The New York real estate mogul had long wanted to see his name on a glitzy building in the Russian capital, but the project had never materialized.

Now, with Trump running for office, the timing seemed right to Sater, who felt he had the proper connections for the project. A Moscow native whose family had fled to Brooklyn in the 1970s, he had ­returned to Russia in the 1990s, where he had done business with a number of high-ranking former Soviet intelligence officers. He eventually came back to New York but had stayed in touch with some of them—potentially a major asset in signing a lucra­tive deal. He even boasted to Cohen that Trump Tower Moscow could somehow help the candidate win the election. “Our boy can become president of the USA and we can engineer it,” Sater wrote in a November 2015 email. “I will get all of [Russian President Vladimir] Putin’s team to buy in on this.”

It didn’t turn out as planned. The Moscow deal never came through and eventually led to tension between Sater and Cohen—tension that hasn’t gone away. But to the shock of almost everyone, at least part of Sater’s boastful email turned into reality: Trump’s victory. Yet almost immediately, allegations of collusion with Moscow dogged his presidency. Russia had interfered in the election, with an intri­cate campaign of hacking, “fake news” and other forms of information warfare. And as U.S. investigators try to piece together what happened—and ­determine whether the Trump campaign coordinated its efforts with the Kremlin—Sater’s boastful emails have piqued their curiosity.

Real estate developer Felix Sater in Washington, D.C., on May 5. Photograph by Stephen Voss for Newsweek

Cohen, now the subject of a federal investigation, has been summoned to talk to special counsel ­Robert Mueller, as well as the House and Senate intelligence committees. They were interested in Sater too. Suddenly, reporters began hounding him, showing up at his house on Long Island, calling him at all hours. The negative publicity hurt his career in real estate, and his wife of more than two decades, with whom he has three children, has left him. As for the president of the United States, he claims he wouldn’t recognize Sater—a man he had a business relationship with for years—if they sat in a room together.

In the two years since the Trump-Russia scandal exploded into the headlines, few have been the subject of more curiosity and speculation than Sater. There were endless press reports about his background: He was an ex-con, purportedly with links to the Mafia, who had worked with Trump on failed real estate deals in Florida and Manhattan. Rumors surfaced that his former real estate company, Bayrock, was a money laundering vehicle for corrupt business and political figures in Russia and Ukraine (something he denies). He also picked a peculiar moment—the middle of Trump’s presidential campaign—to try to revive the Moscow deal, bragging about his clout with Putin, one of Washington’s most potent adversaries. And the only public defense—hinted at in court documents over the years—seemed to be an improbable story about how he’d wound up helping America track down Osama bin Laden, among other adventures in espionage.

So who is Felix Sater? Is he connected to the mob? Is he a spy? Trump’s man in Moscow? Or is he a key figure in Mueller’s investigation, the man who will ultimately bring down the president and finally answer the questions swirling around Russiagate? Pundits have speculated about all of the above. But over three meetings and more than eight hours of conversation, Sater offered new details about his life—from rumors about his Mafia connections to his encounter with Russian hackers in St. Petersburg.

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Trump, Tevfik Arif and Sater attend the Trump SoHo Launch Party in 2007 in New York. Mark Von Holden/WireImage/Getty

An American Tale

“I’m tired of reading this shit,” Sater says.

It’s early May, and we’re sitting at a coffee shop inside the Mandarin Oriental, a tony hotel in Washington, D.C. Sater had traveled there to testify before the House Intelligence Committee. The 52-year-old, wearing a blue blazer with an American flag pin affixed to the lapel, explains how much of what’s been written about him is false. It’s why he’s been spending a lot of time with journalists. His campaign for “personal redemption,” as he calls it, began earlier this year with a lengthy article on BuzzFeed, followed by a couple of TV interviews and now our coffee talk. And he wants his reputation back.

The most interesting thing about Sater is what that reputation consists of. In 1972, his family emigrated from Moscow. They were among the first wave of Jews allowed to leave the Soviet Union during the Cold War. For a year, they lived in Israel ­before moving to Coney Island, a neighborhood in Brooklyn where many Russian immigrants wound up. Sater was 6 years old when he arrived in the states.

Sater grew up as a normal Brooklyn kid. His father worked as a cab driver, and young Felix ­attended public schools. He also performed odd jobs and hawked The Jewish Daily Forward, a newspaper, in Brighton Beach.

After high school, he enrolled at Pace University, but his college days didn’t last long. He got a part-time job on Wall Street at a boutique investment bank and loved everything about it. “I breathed it in like it was air,” he says, becoming a full-time broker by the age of 19—a symbol of success in his old neighborhood. Within a few years, Sater was making serious money. He married his wife, and the two moved into a fashionable Upper East Side apartment building, developed by Fred Wilpon, the owner of the New York Mets. One of their neighbors was the team’s star first baseman Keith Hernandez. “I was living a fairy tale life,” he says.

But one night in 1991, he went out drinking with some of his colleagues, and a combination of “alcohol and testosterone” resulted in a bar fight. The way he tells it, a currency trader came at him with a beer bottle, so he grabbed a margarita glass, broke it and stabbed the guy with its stem. It took 115 stitches to sew up the man. Sater landed behind bars in New York’s infamous jail Rikers Island.

Released after a couple of months—a judge allowed him out on bond while he was appealing his conviction—he was unable to get a legitimate job on Wall Street; the case had sullied his reputation. So Sater joined a firm that was running an old-fashioned pump-and-dump operation straight out of The Wolf of Wall Street: It bought thinly traded stocks and then talked them up to hapless customers, scamming them out of tens of millions of dollars. A few months later, Sater’s appeal failed, and he ended up back at Rikers, where he served more than a year behind bars for the assault in the bar.

It was the worst period of his life. “[I] had a wife and a young daughter to take care of,” he says. “I didn’t know what I was going to do when I got out. It was bleak.”

A Spy Among Friends

Once out of jail, Sater went back to his job at the pump-and-dump operation; because of his rap sheet, he still couldn’t find work in legitimate finance. But after about six more months, he says, he quit. “I was disgusted with myself,” he says. “I needed to leave the dark side.”

His next stop: Russia. By the time Sater arrived in the mid-’90s, the Soviet Union had collapsed, Boris Yeltsin was in power, and Moscow had embraced a lawless version of capitalism. The city was anarchic, ruthless, but full of opportunity. Through connections on Wall Street, Sater started a telecommunications company in Russia selling transatlantic cable for voice and data transmission from the newly democratic countries of the former Soviet Union to AT&T. During that era, the once-powerful Soviet military and intelligence services were in disarray. Large swaths of both were being privatized. A bevy of former military officers and intelligence operatives went to work for businessmen—some legitimate, some with ties to organized crime, all looking for a piece of the new Russian economy. One man, a senior Soviet military intelligence official in ­Afghanistan during the Red Army’s occupation, took an interest in Sater and his telecom company.

Sater won’t divulge the man’s real name—he just refers to him as “E”—but he was an acquaintance who changed the American’s life in unimaginable ways. The two soon became close, and Sater routinely went to banyas (saunas) with E and his friends to drink and relax. Almost all of E’s friends were also former high-ranking military or intelligence officials.

One night, the group went out to dinner, and Sater met an American named Milton Blane, who introduced himself as a consultant. A few days ­later, Blane invited him to a popular British pub in central Moscow. He told Sater he was connected to “some serious people,’’ guys who had extraordinary access to senior levels of the Russian armed forces. OK, Sater said, so what?

Blane was an officer of the Defense Intelligence Agency, operating out of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow. Sater, with his ties to “E” and his friends, could be very helpful. To Sater’s astonishment, Blane was recruiting him to become an intelligence asset. The U.S. was working on anti-missile defense systems, and the DIA wanted to find out how Moscow’s worked. (Former FBI and CIA officials support Sater’s account. Like many government officials interviewed for this story, they asked for anonymity because they weren’t authorized to speak about the matter.)

Sater says it took him “about three seconds” to decide. “I’m in,” he told Blane, a decision he now says was driven by both “patriotism” and a “romantic ­notion” of espionage.

He had no idea what he was getting himself into.

An Afghan Mujahadeen fighter carries a U.S.-made Stinger missile during the 1989 Jalalabad offensive in eastern Afghanistan. Larry C. Price/The Denver Post/Getty

Mobsters, Feds and Jihadis

Because of E’s time in Afghanistan, he was familiar with the country. One of his closest contacts was a senior intelligence officer for the Northern Alliance, a group at war with the Taliban for control of the country in the wake of the Soviet withdrawal. Moscow was the Alliance’s chief source of arms, and this contact—I’ll call him “Hamid”—frequently traveled back and forth to Russia.

During the Soviet occupation, the U.S. had supplied stinger missiles to rebel groups fighting the Red Army. Once the USSR pulled out, however, American policy eventually changed; it became clear that jihadi groups, including Al-Qaeda, might use the missiles for terrorism. In 1995, President Bill Clinton signed an executive order to round up as many of the stingers as possible in Afghanistan.

Both Hamid and E knew what Sater was doing, who he was working for. And for the right price, they offered to help the Americans reacquire some of the missiles. Sater relayed this message to Blane, who asked for proof. The Afghan sent photos of the serial numbers of the stingers, paired with the same day’s newspaper. Impressed, Blane turned the matter over to the CIA—which was tasked with collection—and the agency began negotiating to buy back the missiles. Sater then began dealing with Langley. (He believes his information helped the agency recover at least some of the missiles, but he can’t say for sure.)

Late in 1998, Sater got a call from an FBI agent in New York named Leo Taddeo, who told him about an investigation into the pump-and-dump operation on Wall Street that Sater had left behind—part of a broader probe into the Italian Mafia’s expanding presence on Wall Street. The FBI had some dirt on Sater, who had gotten involved with two Brooklyn mob members—“guys whose job it was to keep other mobsters away”—before he went to Moscow, and Taddeo told him he was likely to be charged with fraud. If he came back and cooperated, a judge would take that into account at sentencing. (A former FBI official in New York says Sater’s story is accurate.)

Sater agreed to return to the states. He then called E and told him what was going on, and the former intelligence official asked him to delay the trip, not saying why. Two days later, E provided Sater with a packet of information from his Afghan contact, Hamid. It included numbers for the satellite phones used by a man then living near the Afghan border with Pakistan: Osama bin Laden, the leader of Al-Qaeda, the jihadi group that had just bombed the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. (A former CIA officer familiar with Sater’s story says the agency came to believe the numbers were authentic.)

Osama bin Laden during an interview by Pakistani journalist, Hamid Mir, near Kabul in 2001. During the conversation, bin Laden stated he had nuclear weapons. MIR HAMID/DAILY DAWN/Gamma-Rapho/Getty

When Sater arrived back in the U.S. in late 1998, he met with Jonathan Sack, the assistant U.S. attorney in New York’s Eastern District, who was handling the stock fraud case. Sater told him what he had been doing in Moscow, and the CIA and DIA backed up his claims. Both agencies wanted their asset sent back to Moscow, but Sack was unmoved. And Sater was mystified. “So I’m giving the CIA bin Laden’s sat phone numbers,” he tells me, “and this guy [Sack] is more concerned with going after ‘Vinny Boom Botz.’”

Sater pleaded guilty to fraud and agreed to help the feds with the stock case. “I did 10 or 15 debriefings,” he says. “They ended up satisfied.” Sack agreed to delay his sentencing.

Clinton that summer had ordered an airstrike on Al-Qaeda training camps in Afghanistan, based in part, former CIA sources say, on information Hamid had passed on. “[The CIA] really wanted me to go back [to Moscow] at this point,” Sater says. But Sack and the FBI still wouldn’t allow it.

In late 2000, as Sater helped the feds take on the mob, he also tried to make some money. He joined a real estate business—Bayrock—and the company managed to get a few deals, he says.

His work as a government informant was ­equally fruitful. Two FBI sources say Sater’s cooperation would eventually help turn Frank Coppa, a captain in the Bonanno crime family, into a cooperating witness against the mob organization—“a real turning point in the war on the Mafia,” a source says. Eventually, his cooperation on the stock scams helped the feds get 19 guilty pleas, according to Sater and law enforcement officials.

That figure seemed significant at the time, and Sater says he “hopes” it helped atone for his crimes. But the Mafia cases would turn into an afterthought compared with his next role—one that was even more improbable.

Hijacked United Airlines Flight 175 from Boston crashes into the south tower of the World Trade Center and explodes on September 11, 2001, in New York City. On that morning, Sater was making his normal commute into Manhattan. As he neared the Midtown Tunnel, he saw that the twin towers of the World Trade Center had been hit by planes. Spencer Platt/Getty

Greed Is Good

On the morning of September 11, 2001, Sater was still working at Bayrock and making his normal morning commute into Manhattan. But when he neared the Midtown Tunnel, he saw it: The twin towers of the World Trade Center had been hit by planes, one after the other.

Sater doesn’t remember exactly when he realized bin Laden was responsible for the carnage. But once he did, he says, his mind raced back to his time in Moscow, when he was funneling infor­mation to the U.S. government. One bizarre ­episode stood out, he claims: In the spring of 1998, he, E and about 15 or 20 ex–Soviet special forces ­fighters went to Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, a former Soviet republic that borders Afghanistan. They had information from Hamid’s sources in the Northern Alliance about bin Laden’s location—a camp in the mountain range called Tora Bora. ­Hamid had proved his bona fides, so “we had no reason to doubt what he was telling us,” Sater claims. And E and his men were going to try to take out bin Laden—for a price. They drove from Dushanbe across the border to Mazar-i-Sharif, where they rendezvoused with Northern Alliance fighters.

Sater claims he called Langley, saying he had real intelligence about bin Laden’s whereabouts and soldiers who were willing to move on the camp. What he needed to know was how much the agency would pay. “Greed was always my go-to weapon,” Sater says. Getting E into potentially lucrative telecom deals, as well as Sater’s background as a Russian-speaking former Wall Street guy, had cemented his relationship with the former military intelligence officer.

The CIA, Sater says, told him the bounty on bin Laden was $5 million. He claims he told the agency that wasn’t going to cut it: “These guys were walking into a potential bloodbath. There were about 50 of [them] total. They needed at least a million dollars each.” The CIA balked, Sater claims, and the group retreated to Dushanbe, then back to Moscow. (Three former CIA officials declined to either confirm or deny this account. Hamid couldn’t be reached for comment.)

As bin Laden’s face became a permanent fixture in the papers and on the news, Sater couldn’t shake the thought out of his mind: “Could we have had him? Was that a possibility? I’ll never know.”

Not long after the 9/11 attacks, the FBI again reached out to Sater. Only this time the bureau wanted him to get in touch with Hamid—and help with counterterrorism—not the mob. The American informant did what the bureau asked, and he knew what to expect from the Afghan. “What’s in it for me?” Hamid asked. He “didn’t give a damn about Americans,’’ Sater says. But Al-Qaeda had recently assassinated Ahmad Shah Massoud, the leader of the Northern Alliance, so the Afghan said he would help if the money was right.

Sater had already given this some thought. He claims he told Hamid—accurately, as it turned out, but not because he knew anything—that the Americans would soon invade the country. The Afghan needed more than that. So Sater claims he assured him the U.S. would depose the Taliban and set up a central bank in Kabul. The Afghan, he says, could help run it. This was a complete lie, but Sater says he sold it by putting together a packet of official-looking legal documents, allegedly from the U.S. government, authorizing the creation of the bank. He shipped them and a satellite phone to Hamid, who believed the story, according to Sater.

Soon, the American asset says, before the first CIA paramilitary operators entered Afghanistan, the information started to flow. It was detailed and specific, and even included locations of Al-­Qaeda fighters, weapons cachess and information about how the 9/11 attackers had ­financed their operation. The way Sater recalls it, a relative of his Afghan informant was married to Taliban leader Mullah Omar’s personal secretary, and they traveled everywhere together, including to the caves of Tora Bora, where he and bin Laden retreated after the United States invaded.

For Sater, the work was surreal and often gratifying. “FBI agents would come to my house each night and stay there until 2 or 3 in the morning,” he says, “drinking my wife’s coffee, poring over this stuff.” (An FBI official who knew Sater at the time said the general outline of this story is accurate but declined to go into specifics.) Sater says he has never been paid by any U.S. government agency for his assistance, and current and former FBI officials confirm that. “As all this was going on,” Sater says, “I just remember thinking how crazy it all was. “How in the fuck did I get involved in all this?”

President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen, center, leaves the U.S. Courthouse in New York City in April. Cohen, now the subject of a federal investigation, has been summoned to talk to special counsel ­Robert Mueller, as well as the House and Senate intelligence committees. HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty

Hackers, Liars and Journalists

In the early 2000s, not long after the war in Afghanistan began, Sater says he met Trump, thanks to his work for Bayrock, the real estate company. (Neither the White House nor Cohen would comment for this story.) Sater raised money for Bayrock from, among others, a wealthy businessman from the former Soviet republic of Kazakhstan, and he persuaded people in Trump’s orbit—including Cohen, his old friend—to bring his deals before the boss.

Two of the ideas worked out. Sater and the New York real estate mogul eventually worked on the Trump SoHo in Manhattan and a hotel and condo project in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, which failed ­after the 2008 economic crisis. He and Trump, Sater claims, were friendly but not particularly close. As Abe Wallach, a former Trump Organization executive, once told the journalist Tim O’Brien, “It’s not very hard to get connected to Donald if you make it known that you have a lot of money and you want to do deals and you want to put his name on it.”

But Trump eventually distanced himself from Sater, after The New York Times published an article detailing the latter’s criminal conviction for assault, as well as his role in the stock scam case. “If he were sitting in the room right now, I really wouldn’t know what he looked like,” Trump said of Sater in a 2013 video deposition taken in connection with a civil lawsuit. Two years later, as Trump was running for president, a reporter asked the Apprentice star about his former business partner, and he replied: “I’m not that familiar with him.” For Sater, these comments were hurtful, but he didn’t stop trying to work with Trump; there was still money to be made.

Nor did he cease working with the FBI. Law ­enforcement officials say that beginning in 2005—and continuing for several years afterward—Sater helped break up a Russian ring in St. Petersburg that was hacking into the U.S. financial system. Taddeo, the FBI agent who had summoned Sater back to the U.S. in the pump-and-dump case, worked with him on the case. The two men traveled to Limassol, Cyprus, a popular post-Soviet vacation spot for Russians. Under the FBI’s watch, Sater had infiltrated the hackers, helping them launder money, and even met with the group’s ringleader in Cyprus.

The irony of this operation is not lost on Sater. ­According to an indictment brought by Mueller, it was allegedly a St. Peters­burg outfit, the Internet Research Agency, that spread “fake news” in the U.S. before the 2016 election. I asked Sater whether the FBI has indicated that the cases he worked on were linked to the same group, or to the alleged Democratic ­National Committee hackers. “It could be part of the same group,” Sater claims. “They’ve told my lawyer that some of the information we gathered is still ­‘actionable.’” (The Department of Justice declined to comment on the matter.)

Either way, in court proceedings and in testimony before Congress, various law enforcement officials have consistently vouched for Sater—­including former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who told the Senate Intelligence Committee that he had provided “valuable and sensitive” information to the government when she was running the U.S. attorney’s office in Brooklyn. Which is why when Sater was finally sentenced for the stock scam case in 2010—a case brought against him 12 years earlier—he got just a $25,000 fine.

For a once-convicted felon who had taken part in a multimillion-dollar scam, that was nothing.

FBI Director Robert Mueller arrives to testify before the U.S Senate Judiciary Committee on oversight during a hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, in 2013. Mueller’s investigators—some of whom Sater has worked with during his years as an informant—are said to be interested in the Trump Tower Moscow project. SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty

‘A Bit of a Blowhard’

Hackers. Terrorists. Spies. Mafioso. The future president of the United States. Unbelievably, for a kid from Brooklyn, all of these people have been in Sater’s orbit. And now he’s splitting his time between New York and L.A. and trying to become a Hollywood producer. He’s like Zelig, I tell him as we finish our breakfast during our final meeting, at the Mandarin Oriental in D.C. He chuckles at the reference, the main character from a 1983 Woody Allen movie who becomes a bit player in the lives of historical figures, from Adolf Hitler to Al Capone.

But as the Russiagate probe continues, Sater’s Zelig-like role in the affair remains murky. It’s hard to know what to make of his story, hard to pin down where Sater the dealmaker begins and Sater the asset ends. Mueller’s investigators—some of whom Sater has worked with during his years as an informant—are said to be interested in the Trump Tower Moscow project. (E, the ex-Soviet intelligence officer, was reportedly part of it as well.) They’re apparently interested in a Ukrainian peace deal Sater and Cohen tried to broker—one that would have involved lifting U.S. sanctions on Russia—a result the Kremlin has long desired. And the special counsel is also interested in money laundered from Russia and Ukraine, which could bring into focus how an obscure—and now defunct—­investment bank in Iceland, the FL Group, was able to invest $50 million in the Trump SoHo project. Some suspect the company was laundering money out of Russia. Jody Kriss, a former colleague of Sater’s, made this accusation as part of a civil lawsuit against Bayrock alleging racketeering and claimed Sater used to brag about how close the bank was to Putin. Sater denies that, and the two settled the suit earlier this year. The Moscow-born dealmaker claims he answered all of Mueller’s questions to the special counsel’s “satisfaction,” adding that investigators told him he is not a target in the probe. (The special counsel’s office declined to comment.)

Today, Sater seems weary of the Russiagate queries—and the questions it has raised about his background. Some have alleged he has ties to Russian organized crime, which Sater calls “bullshit.” There are rumors that his father was a capo in a gang run by alleged über boss Semion Mogilevich; Sater denies that as well. His father, he acknowledges, ended up in the “dispute settlement” business in Brooklyn after he could no longer drive a taxi because of a back injury. He pleaded guilty in 2000 to extorting restaurants and other small businesses in Brooklyn and got three years’ probation. But he was not working for the so-called “brainy don,” as Mogilevich is known. “My father wouldn’t know Semion Mogilevich if he fell on him,” Sater says. Besides, he adds, “I helped the Justice Department prepare a stock fraud case against [Mogilevich]” in 2011. (Two FBI sources back up Sater’s claims. Mogilevich did not respond to questions for comment through his lawyer in time for publication.)

Over the past year, some press reports have speculated that Sater was a source for the Steele dossier, the explosive memos written by a former British spy alleging that the Kremlin coordinated parts of its interference campaign with members of the Trump team. “Not true,” Sater says. “I swear on the heads of my children.”

Others have also suggested he might turn on Cohen; as BuzzFeed first reported, the two occasionally bickered over control of the Trump Tower Moscow project, among other things. ­After receiving a referral by Mueller, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York is now investigating Cohen for possible bank fraud. Would Sater serve as a witness against him? “Against him?” Sater says. “I doubt it,” adding that he has no information about the case.

It may look strange—suspicious even—that he and Cohen were pursuing a major real estate deal in Moscow. In the middle of a presidential campaign. On behalf of the Trump organization. With a foreign power, an adversary that was—at the exact same time—interfering in the U.S. election. But on November 8, 2016, Sater claims that he, like many others, watched in “disbelief” as Trump was elected president. “No one thought he would win. And that includes Donald.”

Even though he supported him, Sater allows that “Donald is a bit of a blowhard.” And perhaps, he suggests, he too has dabbled in puffery, which is how he explains his statements about Trump Tower Moscow—that he could push the deal through, that a real estate venture could somehow determine the outcome of an American election. Years ago, Sater apparently had enough clout to get Ivanka Trump into Putin’s then-empty Kremlin office, where she twirled around in his seat. But now he suggests that he and E are not so connected that they could easily get Putin’s personal approval on a high-profile real estate deal with Trump’s name on it.

As we stand in the lobby at the Mandarin Oriental, I have one last question for Sater: Does Mueller really have anything on the president? The enigmatic informant-cum-dealmaker offers what seems to be a sincere response. “I think,” he says, “Donald is going to be re-elected.”

He smiles broadly and adds something he’s told other reporters before: “And after his second term, then we’ll do Trump Tower Moscow.”

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By Patrick Martin
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The Justice Department inspector general issued a 500-page report Thursday that charged former FBI Director James Comey with deliberately violating longstanding procedures during the Hillary Clinton email investigation, while claiming that Comey was not motivated by political bias when he damaged her campaign.

These “extraordinary and insubordinate” actions included both Comey’s harsh public criticism of Clinton at a press conference in July 2016 and his letter to Congress in late October 2016, just ten days before the election, announcing the investigation was being reopened. In each instance, Comey did not clear his actions with his nominal supervisors, Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates.

The Trump White House and its congressional supporters have been hyping the report by Inspector-General Michael Horowitz for weeks in advance, suggesting that it would provide evidence of systematic anti-Trump bias in the FBI and thus discredit the investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 campaign and Trump campaign collusion with it, begun initially by the FBI and now run by Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller.

The content of the report appears to be rather the opposite, or at best a mixed bag, documenting both pro-Clinton sentiments among a handful of top FBI officials, and a series of decisions by Comey that had a devastating negative effect on the Clinton campaign.

The White House cited the report as a vindication of Trump’s repeated public denunciations of FBI bias against him, which he claimed was the basis of the Mueller investigation. Press secretary Sarah Sanders said during Thursday’s press briefing, “The President was briefed on the IG’s report earlier today and it reaffirmed the President’s suspicions about Comey’s conduct and the political bias among some of the members of the FBI.”

Only two hours later, FBI Director Christopher Wray held an extraordinary press conference to defend the bureau against the attacks of the man who appointed him. He cited the finding of the inspector-general that there was no systematic political bias, either pro-Clinton or pro-Trump, driving the FBI’s decision-making process during its investigations into Clinton’s use of a private email server and Trump’s relationship with various individuals claiming to represent the Russian government or to have derogatory information about Clinton derived from Russian sources.

Wray’s remarks, and comments by other officials to the press, suggested that the IG report would be the basis for several personnel decisions in the next few days. The most widely expected action would be the firing of Peter Strzok, the FBI assistant director who worked on both the Clinton and Russia investigations. Strzok was removed from the Russia investigation after it came to light that he had exchanged anti-Trump text messages with his girlfriend at the time, Lisa Page, then counsel to Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, who was in charge of both probes.

Congressional Democrats sought to insulate the Mueller investigation from any negative repercussions from the inspector-general’s report. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, in a speech on the Senate floor only hours before the release of the report, declared, “There is no reason — no reason — to believe that it will provide any basis to call the special counsel’s work into question … The IG report concerns an entirely separate investigation from the Russia probe that special counsel Mueller is conducting.”

Two leading House Democrats, Representatives Jerry Nadler and Elijah Cummings, issued a joint statement arguing, “The stark conclusion we draw after reviewing this report is that the FBI’s actions helped Donald Trump become President.” They added, “As we warned before the election, Director Comey had a double-standard: he spoke publicly about the Clinton investigation while keeping secret from the American people the investigation of Donald Trump and Russia.”

There is little doubt that the principal result of FBI Director Comey’s actions during 2016 was to undermine the Clinton campaign. The IG report notes that Comey decided on his own to denounce Clinton’s conduct publicly at a press conference in July 2016, at which he called her conduct “extremely careless” while saying he would not recommend she be prosecuted. He did not clear his statement in advance with the leadership of the Justice Department, Lynch and Yates.

“We found that it was extraordinary and insubordinate for Comey to conceal his intentions from his superiors, the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General, for the admitted purpose of preventing them from telling him not to make the statement, and to instruct his subordinates in the FBI to do the same,” Horowitz’s report says.

Again, in October 2016, Comey decided on his own to send a letter to Congress making public the reopening of the investigation after the discovery of more Clinton emails on a laptop belonging to former Representative Anthony Weiner, husband of Clinton’s closest aide, Huma Abedin.

This was a gross violation of a longstanding Justice Department policy against making any public prosecutorial move, positive or negative, related to a political candidate, within 90 days of an election. But Comey did not inform either Lynch or Yates that he intended to breach this policy.

Inspector-General Horowitz said his office reviewed more than 1.2 million documents and interviewed more than 100 witnesses. His report endorses the substance of Comey’s decision in July 2016 against recommending prosecution of Clinton, while harshly criticizing both the scale of the announcement—the FBI normally says nothing about investigations that are closed without bringing charges—and the harsh tone of Comey’s statement.

Besides Comey, the report’s main criticism falls on Strzok, suggesting that his pro-Clinton bias led him to direct resources to the Russia investigation in late September 2016, when top FBI officials first learned of the Anthony Weiner laptop.

The report states: “We did not have confidence that Strzok’s decision to prioritize the Russia investigation over following up on the midyear-related investigative lead discovered on the Weiner laptop was free from bias.” This contributed to a delay in taking action on the laptop, which, ironically, multiplied the political impact of the revelation, made by Comey only ten days before the election, that the email probe was to be reopened.

One thing is clear, even from press accounts of the 500-page report: the FBI, far from being a “politically neutral” or “apolitical” agency, is very much a political police force. The same factional disputes within the ruling elite that rage through Congress, the corporate-controlled media, and the rest of official Washington, also consume the FBI.

How could it be otherwise, given that the FBI has long been one of the principal instruments for the defense of corporate America against political opposition from below, persecuting left-wing, socialist, labor and civil rights organizations for more than a century since it was first founded.

For nearly half that period, from 1924 to his death in 1972, the FBI was under the direction of the loathsome J. Edgar Hoover, who accumulated dossiers on virtually every figure in American political life, guaranteeing his own untouchability, regardless of changes of party or administration, since he “had something” on everyone.

The exposures of mass US government spying on the antiwar and civil rights movement thoroughly discredited the FBI in the 1970s. The FBI wiretapped Martin Luther King Jr. and other civil rights leaders, conspired with Ku Klux Klan terrorists, and may have played a role in King’s assassination. It systematically spied on anti-war and left-wing organizations, sending so many agents into the Communist Party and the Socialist Workers Party that it effectively controlled both groups.

In the decades since Hoover’s death, there has been a systematic effort to build up the FBI and repair the damage done by the exposures of illegal surveillance and other crimes. But these were not merely the crimes of Hoover personally, but intrinsic characteristics of an agency which is one of the most important instruments of repression for the American ruling elite.

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A group of former senior European politicians who lobbied U.S. politicians as part of Paul Manafort’s unregistered foreign lobbying in the U.S. were identified by name this week in new filings from the Mueller investigation.

Why it matters: Manafort and his defense lawyers have said that the lobbying campaign was focused on just Europe, but some of the documents show members of the “Hapsburg group” attempted to influencethe image of Ukraine’s president in the U.S. and that Manafort organized group members’ visits to the U.S. to do so.

The Hapsburg group: Former Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi, former Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer, former Spanish NATO head Javier Solana, Belgian Judge Jean-Paul Moerman, head of the German Federal Chancellory Bodo Hombach, according to ABC.

  • Prodi, Gusenbauer, and Aleksander Kwasniewski, Poland’s president from 1995 to 2005, had all previously registered with the DOJ as lobbying in the U.S. for the Brussels-based European Centre for a Modern Ukraine , according to the Financial Times. Prodi, Gusenbauer, and Kwasniewski have each denied links with Manafort, per FT.

Be smart: Manafort has been accused of attempting to tamper with witness testimony along with a Russian aide, Konstantin Kliminck, through text messages. Some of the contents of the messages are revealed in the new filings, which show apparent efforts to convince people who worked with the Hapsburg group that the efforts focused on just the EU.

  • Details: The filing named Alan Friedman and Eckart Sager, who were previously identified as Person D1 and Person D2, according to ABC:
  • Manafort told Friedman, according to ABC: “We should talk. I have made clear that they worked in Europe.”

The big picture: Manafort is facing a trial this fall on charges that he violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act after failing to register with the Department of Justice.

Some of what happened:

  • Prodi met with Rep. Ed Royce and congressional staffers in March 2013 as part of the lobbying, per Politico.
  • Manafort reported some success as a result of the campaign, including preventing sanctions from being applied against Ukraine’s government.
  • Some requests of the Hapsburg group came at the direct request of the Ukrainian government and Yanukovych, including making a call to a senator.

The goal, per one of Manafort’s memos: “The strategy for the first quarter of 2013 was to heavily engage with the UGS [sic] and US Congress, using a strategy I built called ‘Engage Ukraine’ which focused the dialogue on positive key issues, and away from” political rival Yulia Tymoshenko, who was imprisoned in 2011.

  • Flashback: Mueller’s team described the group in February’s superseding indictment of Manafort as “a group of former senior European politicians to take positions favorable to Ukraine, including by lobbying in the United States.”

The intrigue: The names were revealed in a memo filed by the clerk un-redacted on Wednesday, but the memo was later re-filed in redacted form with those names hidden, per ABC. The un-redacted file was submitted with their names revealed inadvertently, according to CBS News.

One key quote: Mueller’s team called Manafort’s involvement in the lobbying “brazen efforts at corrupt persuasion.”

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El jefe del Buro Federal de Investigaciones (FBI, por sus siglas en Inglés) en Puerto Rico, Douglas Leff, confirmó en entrevista radial con NotiUno 630am que varios arrestos, los cuales se efectuarán pronto, dejarán en ‘shock’ a muchos en la isla.

“Vamos hacer arrestos en cual tú quedarás en ‘shock’ porque he visto las investigaciones en progreso”, sostuvo Leff en entrevista con la dicha emisora.

Este indicó, además, que las autoridades federales tienen los ojos puestos en el escándalo sobre el voto de encamados en el pueblo de Moca.

“Es un asunto que ha recibido nuestra atención, pero en este tipo de caso necesitamos determinar si hay un nexo federal. Así que continuamos revisando a ver si hay que tomar una determinación”, añadió.

Por otra parte, el jefe de los federales en la isla manifestó que siguen investigando en profundidad un aparente esquema de corrupción en el Municipio de San Juan.

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