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Cryptometrics;New Zealand Passport Office Used By U.S.. Penny Stock Criminals ?

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Valinoti's Jag Notes also successfully touted Charles Schwab at the time of the London bombings,even getting it to rise on high volume on that same day.Reuters even picked up on the false 'rumor' of a buyout without citing their source - jagnotes.com. But why this free Forbes pr and the jagh scamsters use of it bothers me is now they would purport to be in the passport verification business !

Cryptometrics;New Zealand Passport Office Used By U.S.. Penny Stock Criminals ?

For some months a company called'Cryptometrics'
that forbes.con lends credibility to in the article whose link below was posted by the David Patch connected jagh alias tout 'braggamuffin'on the jagh ragingbull.con message board has merged or threatened to merge and live and dump shares from that fraudulent penny stock shell called Jag Media Holdings.

Here is a direct link to the scammy ragingbull.con jagh 'message' or penny stock promotion site that brags of having the New Zealand passport office as a client !

http://ragingbull.quote.com/mboard/boards.cgi?board=OTCF:JAGH

This is taken from the Gary Valinoti, David Patch, et.al. 'jagh' or Jag Media Hodings board.Jagh is a penny stock scam that was involved in the 'Bermuda Shorts'scandal.

Somehow Gary Valinoti who later teamed up as an advisor to famed trial attorney John O'Quinn in his massive 'anti-naked short selling' litigations was never touched or even scolded by the SEC for his in involvement with 'Bermuda Shorts'. Why ?

Valinoti's Jag Notes also successfully touted Charles Schwab at the time of the London bombings,even getting it to rise on high volume on that same day.Reuters even picked up on the false 'rumor' of a buyout without citing their source - jagnotes.com. But why this free Forbes pr and the jagh scamsters use of it bothers me is now they would purport to be in the passport verification business !

Is there no end ? These people should have been in jail and their onshore and offshore assets confiscated years ago and returned to defrauded investors.But no,they are being touted on forbes.con as leaders in passport and i.d. verification. Do you want your passport verified by Gary Valinotti and David Patch et.al. ? Does Steve Forbes ? Just asking.........

Of course I'm biased.I don't want any penny stock scamsters who defraud investors,much less with connections with those who threaten my life and others over the internet to be given federal passport verification rights or powers nor even to be able to use the infered possibility to tout and dump more worthless JAGH shares.

This is a direct link to the fraudulent penny stock board that brags to pump and dump its worthless shares - of having direct line of connections to the New Zealand passport office ! Are the people in CHARGE OF NEW zEALAND PASSPORTS JUST MORE VICTIMS OF FRAUD BY A U.S. PENNY STOCK COMPANY OR ARE THEY ON THE TAKE !? Does this have anything to do with James Dale Davidson who I dicussed on the indymedia link below in reards to whwether he was still using New Zealand ?

Note Dave Patch and his fraudulent website called investigatethesec.com has a direct connection to James Dale Davidson of Agora Inc. penny stock promotions of Baltimore,Maryland and his National Taxpayers Union in Alexandria,Virginia conveniently located near the central office of the U.S. SEC or Securiies Exchange Commission.He was also involved with Davidson/s now disappeared NAANSS or National Association Against Naked Short Selling and now Patrick Byrne's NCANS or National Coalition Against Naked Short Selling with its Utah Republican connections to Utah Senators Bob Bennett and Orin Hatch as well as to Governor Jon Huntsman Jr. .As you will see in my article 'Is James Dale Davidson Using New Zealand',some New Zealanders did a fine job in the 19990-s exposing Davidon and his sidekick the Lord William Rees-Mogg.I only hope some of you New Zealanders who may read this take on the issue confront your passport issue and end Jag Media Holdings and Cryptometrics penny stock fraud that uses the New Zealand governent and your passport office to do it !

Is James Dale Davidson using New Zealand ?

http://www.melbourne.indymedia.org/news/2005/10/97445.php

And this is direct link to post with forbes.con article that states New Zealand passport office is encouraging this U.S. penny stock pump and dump fraud.Are they !?

http://ragingbull.quote.com/mboard/boards.cgi?board=JAGH&read=81192

By: braggamuffin
19 Feb 2007, 07:42 AM EST
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Forbes article: "from a few thousand dollars to several million." Cryptometrics is currently working on 50 or 60 such deals"

http://www.forbes.com/travel/2006/10/20/travel-passport-technology-life-...

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Strong Buy)
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http://www.cryptometrics.com/news_NewZealandPassport.php

CryptoMetrics Announces Facial Recognition Contract With New Zealand Passport Office

SecurIDent(TM) Technology Has Been Performing ''Watch List'' Check and Comprehensive Quality Assessment of Passport Photos

Tuckahoe, NY – May 24, 2006 -

TUCKAHOE, N.Y. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - May 24, 2006 - CryptoMetrics, a leading global provider of facial recognition and fingerprint biometric solutions to the government, aviation security, law enforcement, military, homeland security and commercial markets, today announced that the New Zealand Passport Office has deployed its facial recognition technology as part of that country's ePassport initiative. CryptoMetric's technology, which consists of hardware and software, is part of a comprehensive system New Zealand is deploying to enhance security in its passport issuance process and to comply with the new ICAO ePassport Standard and U.S. visa waiver requirements.

New Zealand chose CryptoMetrics' SecurIDent(TM) technology to carry out advanced face biometric based "Watch List" Checks (known as "lookout checks") on all passport applications. When these Checks were initially deployed nearly a year ago they were believed to be the first use of facial recognitiontechnology for lookout checks by any Passport Issuing Authority. The has performed exceptionally throughout that period. The Government will also useCryptoMetrics' Photo Quality Assessment and Assurance technology to review all photographs submitted by Passport applicants to ensure they comply with established photo guidelines. The technology also produces the globally interoperable face biometric sample recorded on the new ePassport.

Robert Barra, co-CEO of CryptoMetrics, stated, "This contract represents a very important step forward for CryptoMetrics and for the security of the Passport issuance process. Our technology will significantly increase the accuracy and efficiency of the work of Passport officials as they review applications for new or renewing Passports and help ensure that people who attempt to commit identity fraud using Passports do not slip through the cracks. As governments around the world accelerate their conversion to ePassports, we expect to be actively involved in providing the technology that ensures those systems operate at the highest possible level."

With increasing threats around the world posed by terrorism, countries must secure their Passport issuance process to ensure that those who have been placed on "watch lists" are in fact detected and denied access to fraudulent travel documents such as Passports. A recent study in the United Kingdomconcluded that potentially more than 10,000 Passports are issued each year to applicants who have lied about their details, half of which involve false identities.

The new ePassport system requires that the face biometric be encoded in a contactless microchip securely embedded in the Passport, allowing officials to confirm the identity of the person presenting the Passport. To be effective, each face biometric encoding must comply with the International Standard established by ICAO.

Mr. Barra added, "New Zealand will also use our quality assurance technology to perform an initial check on submitted Passport photos to ensure they are of sufficient quality to create the printed portrait for the data page of the Passport. This is a process that all nations will need to adopt and, given the uniqueness of our technology, we expect to be assisting a great number of them."

David Philp, Manager of the New Zealand Passport Office stated, "For those who are involved in international crime and possibly terrorist activity, obtaining a false Passport is often critical to success. CryptoMetrics' technology will greatly improve security at step one of the Passport issuance process, by automatically comparing every application's photograph against the departments Watch List of persons who have previously attempted identity fraud. We chose CryptoMetrics because its technology offered the highest levels of accuracy available, very fast processing time and a very unique ability to enhance the quality of existing photographs through a process called 'normalization'."

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), which oversees the safety of international aviation, established the International Standard governing biometrically enhanced passports (referred to as the 'ePassport'). This work was undertaken collaboratively with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). ICAO requires all 189 member countries to use the facial biometric as the standardized, globally interoperable biometric for all official travel documents.

About CryptoMetrics

Established in 2000, CryptoMetrics is a leading provider of biometric solutions, building and integrating state-of-the-art systems designed to proactively protect the critical infrastructure of a nation and its businesses, including vital cyber assets. As part of its portfolio, CryptoMetrics offers an extensive array of face biometric products and services designed to secure national borders and protect the traveling public, strengthen the security of travel and ID document issuance through comprehensive "identity management"; and enhance personal identification in support of law enforcement, homeland security and first responder activities.
Contact:
Michael Fox
Integrated Corporate Relations
(203) 682-8218
mfox@icrinc.com

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http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_2005_Dec_30/ai_n15977890

JAG Media Holdings, Inc. Announces Signing of Merger Agreement with Cryptometrics, Inc
Business Wire, Dec 30, 2005

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BOCA RATON, Fla. -- JAG Media Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK SHEETS: JAGH) announced today that it has entered into a merger agreement and plan of merger pursuant to which the Company's wholly-owned and newly created subsidiary, Cryptometrics Acquisition, Inc., will, subject to the terms and conditions of the merger agreement, merge into Cryptometrics, Inc., a Delaware corporation that provides facial recognition and fingerprint biometric solutions to the government, aviation security, law enforcement, military, homeland security and commercial markets. Upon consummation of the merger, Cryptometrics will continue as the surviving corporation and become a wholly-owned subsidiary of JAG Media.

The consummation of the merger is subject to the fulfillment of various conditions set forth in the merger agreement, including, among others, (i) the delivery by JAG Media and Cryptometrics of disclosure schedules to one another which are satisfactory to both parties by January 18, 2006, (ii) the approval by JAG Media's stockholders of an amendment to JAG Media's articles of incorporation to increase its authorized shares of common stock from 250,000,000 to 500,000,000, (iii) the approval by JAG Media's stockholders of an amendment to JAG Media's articles of incorporation to change JAG Media's name to Cryptometrics and (iv) the listing of JAG Media's common stock on the NASDAQ Capital Market. In addition, until JAG Media and Cryptometrics agree otherwise, the merger agreement, notwithstanding approval by the Cryptometrics stockholders, may be cancelled with or without any reason at any time by either the Company or Cryptometrics with no liability.

In connection with the merger, the holders of common stock of Cryptometrics issued and outstanding immediately prior to the effective time of the merger will be entitled to receive shares of JAG Media common stock equal to 7.4656 times the number of shares of JAG Media common stock issued and outstanding at the effective time, (i) excluding all shares of JAG Media common stock held in treasury by JAG Media, and (ii) excluding all shares of Series 2 and Series 3 Class B common stock of JAG Media outstanding, but (iii) including as outstanding the relevant number of shares of JAG Media stock into which shares of JAG Media which are still outstanding and can be converted into common stock (but have not yet been converted) by virtue of recapitalizations carried out by JAG Media.

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Biometric passports could streamline travel, make U.S. citizens easier targets and be a boon for security companies.

Those little blue books are going high-tech.

Last August, the State Department started introducing passports embedded with computer chips. The "e-passports" are meant to prevent passport counterfeiting and tighten border control, and every U.S. passport holder is projected to have one by 2017.

But a vocal group of privacy lobbyists opposes them, saying the electronic data is poorly protected and renders U.S. citizens vulnerable to terrorist attacks and identity theft.

The e-passport works as follows: The chips contain the same information printed on the inner flap of your current document--name, place and date of birth, passport number, issue date and expiration date, plus a digital facial photo, the first biometric sample ever incorporated into official U.S. travel documents. All are digitally encrypted.

When a traveler approaches border control, officials unlock the information on the chip with specialized radio frequency identification (RFID) readers. After ensuring that the electronic information matches that printed in plain old ink in the passport and that your mug matches both photos, officials stamp your passport and send you on your way. Sounds simple--and safe--enough.

"The e-passport is probably the most secure document we've ever issued," says Ann Barrett, acting deputy assistant secretary for passport services in the Bureau of Consular Affairs at the U.S. State Department...........

Safe or not, the e-passport could be a windfall for security firms and their investors. The Washington-based Homeland Security Research Corporation projects that the global homeland security and homeland defense market will triple by 2015 to almost $180 billion. Biometrics is expected to play a significant role in that growing market.

Joel Shaw should know. Shaw convened the committee to develop the e-passport, a collaboration between the International Civil Aviation Organization, a Montreal-based body of the United Nations, and the International Standards Organization, a Geneva-based organization that coordinates the development and implementation of standards across a variety of industries.

The e-passport is on its way to becoming a global travel requirement--the U.S. issued an Oct. 26 deadline for the 27 European Union and other visa-waiver countries to prepare the technology to issue e-passports to their citizens. If they miss the deadline, foreign citizens who could once travel to the U.S. visa-free might now be required to apply for documents. Exclusion from the U.S. is a hefty price to pay, so the tech companies that can design and produce the technology to create, secure and read these passports at hundreds of airports in dozens of countries will be well-positioned.

"The profit opportunity is substantial," Shaw says.

Conveniently, Shaw is also chief strategy officer of Tuckahoe, N.Y.-based Cryptometrics, a private security technology company that specializes in providing facial biometric solutions to border security.

Cryptometrics has signed a contract to provide New Zealand with e-passport technology and is pursuing deals with other countries as well. Shaw won't reveal what the deal was worth, except to say that each one varies "from a few thousand dollars to several million." Cryptometrics is currently working on 50 or 60 such deals; in other words, the e-passport could make Shaw not just safer but much, much richer.

About 70 million Americans, or one quarter of the country, have passports. And while the new e-passports won't make the rest of us richer, they won't make us substantially poorer, either--the current cost for an adult passport, $97, hasn't been affected by the new technology (the last passport price increase, $12, was added in February 2006 to cover database sharing technology).

Here's hoping they at least make us safer.

- forbes.con
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This link takes you to google cache of canturbury New Zealand aricle of 1995 re James Dale Davidson and gangs' purchase of Wharekauhau Lodge the main portion of which is quoted below.I sure hope there are still some activist investigators in New Zealand to look into this Jag Media Holdings / Cryptometrics penny stock pump and dump scam that is using the New Zealand passport office to promote their fascist U.S. penny stock operation to do so.

James Dale Davidson William Rees-Mogg James Ulysses Blanchard New Zealand Wharekauhau Lodge Farm Wairarapa.Also more recent from his on internet self promotion is mention of 'New World Premium Brands, Auckland, New Zealand and Martinborough Winery Ltd.',neither of which I know anything about.

http://snipurl.com/ili8

November 1995 decisions

Wharekauhau Lodge sold to U.S. interests

Wharekauhau Lodge and Farm in the Wairarapa is being sold to four residents of the U.S.A. in order to "create one of the best and most exclusive lodges in the world". The lodge includes 931 hectares of land. The current owners, W. and A. Shaw, are retaining a 10% interest in the property and will "have an ongoing involvement in the development and management of the property".

The new owner is Wharekauhau Holdings Ltd (WHL). Initially this was owned 24.9% by J. Davidson, 24.9% by A. Miller, 24.9% by M. Baybak, 15.3% by J. Sevo (all of the U.S.A.) and 10% by the Shaws. However in March 1996 this approval was amended to change the shareholding to include in addition Sir R. Douglas (Aotearoa), Lord R. Mogg (U.K.) and J. Blanchard III (U.S.A.). With that change, the shareholding is 24.6% by J. Davidson, 12.3% by A. Miller, 20.2% by M. Baybak, 12.3% by J. Sevo (all of the U.S.A.), 12% by the Shaws, 13.2% by J. Blanchard III, 4.4% by Lord R. Mogg, and 1% by Sir R. Douglas.

They are paying $4,800,000 for the property through the company Wharekauhau Station Ltd.

"The Commission is advised that the Wharekauhau lodge is one New Zealand’s leading lodges but currently has limited accommodation facilities.

The Commission is advised that WHL propose to implement a development plan that will create one of the best and most exclusive lodges in the world, while also enhancing the current scenic splendour of Wharekauhau. The Commission also is advised that the development plan envisages building new villas and estate homes and extending or replacing the existing lodge house.

It is also intended that the farm business will be maintained as a Romney sheep stud. This will be developed into a model farm with some hill facings being planted in trees and fencing and fertility being improved."

Sir Roger needs no introduction. Lord William Rees-Mogg is the former chief leader writer and editor of The Financial Times, city editor and deputy editor of The Sunday Times, and editor of The Times (1967-81), "by which time he had become an accepted establishment figure, on the boards of several companies", according to the Cambridge Biographical Encyclopedia (1994, Cambridge University Press, http://www.intbuscom.com/ibc/about.html). A former Vice-Chairman of the BBC, in 1988 he became head of the new, controversial, Broadcasting Standards Council. He is an author, business commentator and "advisor to some of the world's wealthiest investors". His business interests include being Chairman of International Business Communications Group PLC (business publishers, conference organisers etc), and Pickering & Chatto (Publishers) Limited, and a Director of The General Electric Company Plc, and St. James Place Capital Plc ( http://www.intbuscom.com/annual/directorreport.html). As the Encyclopaedia states, he is very much a central establishment figure in the British hierarchy. He is a favourite subject of conspiracy theorists. His government and business connections are likely to have brought him into contact with Douglas.

He has co-authored with one James D. Davidson two books on investment: "Blood in the Streets" by James Dale Davidson and Sir William Rees-Mogg, (New York: Warner Books, 1987), and "The Great Reckoning", revised and updated edition, by James Dale Davidson and Sir William Rees-Mogg, (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1993). The first takes its name from the advice given by Baron Nathan Rothschild in 1815: "the time to buy is when blood is running in the streets". The second predicts a major depression before the end of the century and advises investors how to prepare for it.

The two also edit and publish Strategic Investment, an investment newsletter described by Chapman Tripp Sheffield Young (CTSY, the shareholders’ solicitors) to the OIC as "the largest circulation (135,000 per month Wall Street newsletter". Significantly, it "has been heavily promoting investment in New Zealand", so they are no novices where Aotearoa is concerned. Davidson has written for the Wall Street Journal and numerous other U.S. publications, and is a principal of Strategic Advisors Corporation in Baltimore, Maryland.

The New Zealand Companies Office identifies the OIC’s J. Davidson as James D. Davidson of Alexandria, Virginia, U.S.A.. The OIC files confirm this as Rees-Mogg’s associate, James Dale Davidson. Davidson is not simply an investment advisor: he is also a political activist after Roger Douglas’s heart, and as we have seen, with a standing interest in investment in Aotearoa. He is the chairman of the National Taxpayers Union (compare ACT), which he founded in 1969. It claims 250,000 members, with a budget of $3.5 million, and 20 staff at its headquarters in Washington DC ("Encyclopedia of Associations", 31st Edition, 1996, Part 2, p.2304.) "The National Taxpayers Union [is] a public interest advocacy organization dedicated to eliminating wasteful government spending and working to reduce taxes and balance the federal budget" (http://www.foe.org/orgs/FOE/scissors95/greenpart31.html).

One of the more fascinating sites on the Internet is "microstates.com", which has a section, http://microstate.com/bermuda/intexecs.htm, devoted to Bermuda. There (presumably to attract others to the country), it lists some of the prominent businessmen who use Bermuda to avoid their taxes. It lists such names as Silvio Berlusconi, former far-right Italian Prime Minister, currently engaged in a drawn-out corruption trial ("an Italian media magnate, he was named in the Forbes Magazine billionaires list as being worth more than $2 billion. He owns the large, white home known as ‘Blue Horizons’ in Tucker’s Town, St. George’s Parish, near the home of former US presidential candidate Ross Perot. Signor Berlusconi regularly flies into Bermuda via a private jet aircraft, with his son Piersilvio and daughter Marina. He was the Italian Prime Minister a few years ago and in 1996 made an unsuccessful political bid to become so again. Like his immediate neighbours, the Perots, he has a passion for privacy."); Jack Carter, son of former US President Jimmy Carter ("his parents visited him in Bermuda for a week in mid October, 1995"); Ross Perot; George Soros; a raft of U.S. and British billionaires and millionaires (and one Australian); and James Dale Davidson:

"James Dale Davidson

"An investment author and consultant to a clutch of leading multinational companies with active Bermuda connections, he is a graduate of Oxford University…

"In his business dealings around the globe, he has observed financial service opportunities in many countries. Over the last few years in particular, he has increasingly used Bermuda as a primary conduit for the range of his financial dealings – from banking and brokerage accounts to incorporating internationally active, prominent companies."

Evidence for his (and Rees-Mogg’s) Bermuda activities comes in the shareholding of Wharekauhau Holdings Ltd: one of its shareholders is New Paradigm Capital Ltd of Hamilton, Bermuda. According to CTSY, this is a "Bermuda merchant bank" owned jointly by Davidson and Rees-Mogg "and a Jersey Island based trust" (Jersey is another tax haven). Presumably such tax avoidance is Davidson’s way of putting his anti-tax political views into action.

However Davidson’s activities move from just right-wing straight into conspiracy theory in an escapade in 1995. It’s a long story, but the apparent suicide of Vince Foster, a bit player in the Clintons’ Whitewater scandal, led to marginally credible theories that he was actually an NSA operative and a spy for Israel with million-dollar Swiss bank accounts, and was murdered after the CIA got on to him. Davidson dived in to the controversy by financing an examination of Foster’s suicide note by three forensic handwriting experts, which, they said, was a forgery (http://www.en.com/users/bthomas/cs/foster/forg.txt: "An Independent Forensic Examination Of a Torn Note Allegedly Written by Vincent W. Foster, Jr.", Prepared for Strategic Investment, James Dale Davidson, Editor, 25 October 1995). One suspicion was that Davidson was fanning the flames to help undermine Clinton.

A connection with our next character, James Ulysses Blanchard III, is that a writer for Strategic Investment is Jack Wheeler, of whom more below.

J. Blanchard III is, according to the New Zealand Companies Office record, James Ulysses Blanchard III. James Ulysses Blanchard III (where else but in the U.S.A. would parents call their children such names – and where else would the children use them!) is publisher and Editor-in-Chief of The Gold Newsletter, Los Angeles, U.S.A. He writes business commentaries and advice on gold and silver investments – possibly a connection with Mogg (example: "Own a Masterpiece of the Old West in Pure Silver! … An Exclusive Offer … ingenious bonus strategy we’ve developed that will have the U.S. Treasury refund you the entire purchase price of this historic acquisition ...": ref http://www.shopsite.com/libmint/images/oldwest.html). However that is not his most interesting side.

The following comes from Africa News On-Line, 29/1/96 (http://www.newsnet.com/libiss/it15.html) and was originally published in Mail and Guardian (Johannesburg), 19/1/96, as "Mozambique: US Millionaire Plans Indian Ocean Dreampark", by Eddie Koch. It is more than a little astounding.

"Johannesburg - "Yo! You and you! Yo!" The big Texan is standing beneath the thudding turbine of a chopper in the middle of the Mozambican bush. He is whooping and yelling and pointing at a group of bewildered peasants who huddle behind a tree to protect themselves from a sandstorm whipped up by the helicopter as it swooped into their settlement.

"Gradually, above the cacophony, the villagers realise the American is telling some of them to "stop fiddle fucking" (a phrase repeated so often it could be called his company's motto), get into the air and take a look at the natural beauty that surrounds them. This is John Perrott, general manager for flamboyant millionaire James Ulysses Blanchard III, and he is bringing his employer's version of rural development to one of the poorest countries in the world.

"The vision of Blanchard Mozambique Enterprises is to create a massive wildlife and tourism mecca stretching from Inhaca Island off Maputo through the staggeringly beautiful Machangulo Peninsula, across the Maputo Elephant Park, where one of Africa's last free-ranging elephant herds lives, and then down to the South African border in the south.

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David Grin,Tel Aviv University,Laurus Capital Management and Union Bank of Israel

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FOIA,Alberto Gonzales and SEC'S Chris Cox Enron,Merrill Lych,Latham & Watkins conflict

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Does NSA Serve SRA International's 'Cookies' ?

www.india.indymedia.org/en/2005/12/211284.shtml

Porter Goss: CIA Cyber and stock fraud ops damaged by leaks ?

www.news.com.com/5208-1028-0.html;

D.C.Terrorbaggers:James Dale Davidson,Don Nickles, ex-CIA Chief Woolsey,Asa Hutchinson,Tom McMillen

www.okimc.org/newswire.php

Asa Hutchinson,ex Congressman Tom McMillen, Fortress America,offshore money laundering

www.cleveland.indymedia.org/news/2006/03/19034.php

To CIA,In-Q-Tel,Amit Yoran re SRA International, Mantas Inc stock fraud money laundering

www.maritimes.indymedia.org/news/2006/02/11841.php

Mantas Inc,Herndon, Va, Pro-Money Laundering Arm of International Bankers,Brokers...

www.ftaaimc.org/en/2005/12/7186.shtml

CIA and Gilman Louie are less than honest

www.news.com.com/5208-1082-0.html

Charles Schwab and Share-Money Laundering

www.sfbay.indymedia.org/news/2005/06/1747107.php

Comments

Re: Cryptometrics;New Zealand Passport Office Used By U.S.. Penn

The following is from Gary Weiss' blog.Gary Weiss wrote previously for Business Week and now is writing for Forbes who he has been kind enough to let me criticise for doing a poorly researched article on Cryptometrics written by another Forbes reporter.Gary wrote a series in the 1990's for Business Week about The Mafia On Wall Street and is the author of the books 'Born To Steal' and 'Wall Street Versus America'.

The reason for posting this here is mainly the comments both from myself(Tony Ryals) who posted an abreviated version of my indymedia article re Cryptometrics and the New Zealand passport office on garyweiss.blogspot.com and from David Patch who responded defending the fraud that is Cryptometrics that is now using the New Zealand passport office to promote itself in hopes of increasing or 'pumping' the share price of Jag Media Holdings shell company it hopes to merge with and dump more worthless shares of on defrauded investors.

Jag or jagh(sticker symbol)has been a ongoing penny stock fraud and 'pump and dump' for years, as I mentioned in article above,that should have been closed down long before the disgraceful new U.S. Securities Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher 'WMDs' Cox showed up appointed by W Bush to help cover up stock frauds.Chris Cox is being rewarded by W Bush both for lying to the public about WMDs in Iraq as well for aiding securities fraud both as a U.S. congressman from southern California and now as head of U.S.' SEC.

Note after Gary Weiss' blog below titled 'Who Are The Real Watchdogs ?',my post followed by that of Dave Patch comments and other anonymous posters who back my contentions with their own arguments for reasons of their own.

http://www.garyweiss.blogspot.com/

Sunday, February 18, 2007
Who Are the Real Watchdogs?

The New York Times today discusses academic studies that prove what some of us have been saying for a long time: that whistleblowers of all kinds and the media -- and not regulators -- are the most prolific fraud-fighters in Corporate America.

Three academic researchers recently analyzed 230 cases of alleged corporate fraud at large companies. Their conclusion is that revelations of corporate fraud are dependent on a wide range of sometimes unlikely players, and that the way these people interact can play a major role.

The chart illustrating this story (left) is revealing. Note that the SEC is right at the bottom. Now, I should point out that this is not really a knock on the SEC, as the agency's resources are limited as corporate misconduct has spiraled out of control. It is, however, a statement of reality, and illustrates the need for citizen vigilance, as I pointed out in Wall Street Versus America.

Citizen volunteers, which fall under the "other" category in this chart, are emerging as a major source of information for the SEC and for other conventional watchdogs, such as the media. The Overstock train wreck, which one can track in real time by reading this blog, is an excellent example of how a few citizen activists are leading the charge against corporate malfeasance.

The patient, doggest investigative work of Internet sleuth "ScipioAfricanus" was instrumental in forcing Overstock's Judd Bagley to confess that he was running Overstock.com's antisocialmedia.net smear site for his boss Patrick Byrne.

Scipio also has tracked Byrne's and Bagley's contradiction-rife public statements (see, for example, the update to this post), and patiently recorded material from the public record (such as this timeline) that will be of great value to regulators as they probe this company. Or as Overstock puts it, the SEC's "investigation on Overstock.com." (You have to wonder: if this company can't even honestly disclose to its shareholders that the SEC is conducting an investigation of Overstock, what is it hiding from those investigators?)

Ex-scamster Sam Antar has also spent many hours working on Overstock's accounting techniques and bullying of critics. He has peppered Bagley and Byrne with sharp questions that, when not ignored, result in a hodgepodge of obfuscations, abuse, lies and evasions. Byrne and his lapdogs have tried hard to silence and intimidate these guys, but they keep hammering.

Other citizen activists are working behind the scenes to see to it that the SEC is up to speed on Byrne's and Bagley's outrageous conduct. Byrne has flailed out against his critics, through his usual gutter-level rhetoric and by siccing Bagley on message board posters, but all his desperate bullying does is attract still more scrutiny and bad press.

When the final story of Overstock is told, I expect that citizen activists will be getting the lion's share of credit, right alongside whichever regulators have stepped up to the plate.

© 2007 Gary Weiss. All rights reserved.

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you guys make me proud. really.
Its_strange | 02.18.07 - 12:45 pm | #

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For some months a 'company' called 'Cryptometrics' that forbes.con lends credibility to in the article whose link below was posted by the David Patch connected jagh tout 'braggamuffin'on the jagh ragingbull.con message board has merged or threatened to merge and live and dump shares from that fraudulent penny stock shell called Jag Media Holdings.

This is taken from the Gary Valinoti, David Patch,et.al. 'jagh' or Jag Media Hodings board.Jagh is a penny stock scam that was involved in the 'Bermuda Shorts'scandal.
Somehow Gary Valinoti who later teamed up as an advisor to famed trial attorney John O'Quinn in his massive 'anti-naked short selling' litigations was never touched or even scolded by the SEC for his in involvement with 'Bermuda Shorts'. Why ?

Valinoti's Jag Notes also successfully touted Charles Schwab at the time of the London bombings,
even getting it to rise on high volume on that same day.Reuters even picked up on the false 'rumor' of a buyout without citing their source - jagnotes.com. But why this free Forbes pr and the jagh scamsters use of it bothers me is now they would purport to be in the passport verification business !

Is there no end ? These people should have been in jail and their onshore and offshore assets confiscated years ago and returned to defrauded investors.But no,they are being touted on forbes.con as leaders in passport and i.d. verification. Do you want your passport verified by Gary Valinotti and David Patch et.al. ? Does Steve Forbes ? Just asking.........

Of course I'm biased.I don't want any penny stock scamsters who defraud investors,much less with connections with those who threaten my life and others over the internet to be given federal passport verification rights or powers nor even to be able to use the infered possibility to tout and dump more worthless JAGH shares.

By: braggamuffin
19 Feb 2007, 07:42 AM EST
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Forbes article: "from a few thousand dollars to several million." Cryptometrics is currently working on 50 or 60 such deals"

http://www.forbes.com/travel/ 200..._1023epass.html

(Voluntary Disclosure: Position- Long; ST Rating- Strong Buy; LT Rating- Strong Buy)
Tony Ryals | 02.19.07 - 8:51 pm | #

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Gary, I realize that you block all of my comments regardless of what is stated but...If you are to block my posts don't you think it hypocritical to allow individuals like Mr. Ryals to make such baseless commentary without the fear of a response?

I don't own any JAGH touts, I rarely discuss the company publicly, and the fact that the company is attempting to conduct a reverse merger with a real company is far from a scam. Is Mr. Ryals somehow claiming to be some sort of a whistleblower helping this world by denying a public company to merge with a private company? If so what fraud exactly is he exposing?
Dave Patch | 02.20.07 - 11:25 am | #

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Dave, your comments are blocked when they engage in ad hominems or smears, as you have done on virtually every occasion. Posts such as yours (the last one excepted) are the reason I have had to moderate comments.

If you want to discuss Tony's comments in a civil fashion, please proceed.
Gary Weiss | Homepage | 02.20.07 - 11:33 am | #

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Patchie Poo,

If Cryptometrics is a real company with the intention to operate a real business, why reverse merge into a slag heap like Jag Media?

Why give up 12% of your enterprise for a pinksheet listing?

It doesn't make economic sense, Patch. It's the first clue that this is likely to be yet another reverse merger whose unstated goal is to unload more worthless stock on naive investors.
James R Brownfield | 02.20.07 - 2:44 pm | #

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Tony Ryals has been kicked off more chats and blogs than I can keep track of for irrational rambling rants, ad hominem attacks on people and companies and smears that are based on nothing more than some apparently obsessive fixated thinking. He has received more leeway on your blog than any other monitored medium he has posted on that I am aware of. Mr. Ryals spent an incomprehensible amount of time on the JAGH Ragingbull board trying to magically associate this Davidson fellow with anything that spilled out of his keyboard, until he was blocked from posting there at the behest of both the Longs AND the bashers.
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Tony, I will start by apologizing to this blog for the fact that you took this well off topic as you generally do. That being said;

Jag Notes operated off the reports that came out of Wall Street. It became a central repository of information that came off the street thus any "touting" of Schwab was simply regurgitation of what the street was addressing at that time. Are you really that much of a nut case to think Jagnotes or Schwab had anything to do with the bombings?

As for the details behind "operation bermuda shorts" yes Jagnotes was involved - as the victim of Mark Valentine. Apparently Valentine was trying to sell an undercover FBI agent $10 Million in Jagnotes shares when Valentine did not own $10 Million in shares. SEC filings prove that. So now, being a victim makes you a scam?

And finally, a Forbes article on an up and coming company and an up and coming industry is somehow related to a scam. Have you not noticed the growth of biotechnology?

Now to your comments Gary...Funny how I can slip posts in under a seperate alias and they are not blocked but under my name they are. Beyond that, you also appear to let Mr. Ryals smears and ad hominems litter each blog you write. Different standards?
Dave Patch | 02.20.07 - 4:33 pm | #

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C'mon, Patch. That attempt at revisionist history ain't gonna fly.

Valentine was attempting to unload shares at an INFLATED price. Read the SEC Administrative Proceeding on Valentine.

"The count of the criminal indictment to which Valentine pleaded guilty alleged, among other things, that Valentine and another defendant conspired to unjustly enrich themselves by defrauding a fictitious foreign mutual fund (Fund) through paying undisclosed payoffs and kickbacks to brokers in exchange for causing the Fund to purchase large amounts of overpriced C-Me-Run, SoftQuad, and JagNotes stocks."

It was the same racket that got your good friend Russ Godwin's boss, Les Price, busted. Remember?

And then we find that Valinoti, who made a big fuss over naked short selling victimizing Jag Media was himself illegally unloading millions of dollars worth of stock.

You've got incredible chutzpah, Patchie Poo.
James R Brownfield | 02.20.07 - 5:45 pm | #

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Dave, if you're posting under different names you are doing so without your usual smears. Why not have a good talk with your sockpuppets and find out from them what they are doing right.
Gary Weiss | Homepage | 02.20.07 - 5:47 pm | #

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Dave Patch please don't start all your posts by complaining that Gary wont post them. And stop shooting fish in a barrel over Tony's composition style. There is plenty of rambling, baseless smearing, single issue obsession, and magical thinking going on and Tony is hardly the worst.

So what about James's question? Why would a real business use a reverse takeover of a tainted pink sheet as a way of going public?
john lichtenstein | 02.20.07 - 8:24 pm | #

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Well Gary, it is nice to see the level of intelligence with your bloggers.

Why would a company like Crytometrics merge with Jag? Maybe because the main banks rape you in an IPO so you look for a clean shell. Maybe because they belive Valentine left some nasty turds hanging around. Or maybe they just pulled them out of a hat. reverse mergers are in and in big time so why not merge with Jag Media.

Funny how nobody talks about the validity of the company itself.

But then again, as usual Gary you let your hackers lose topic with irrelevant and smearing posts and yet fail to block them.

Like I said Gary, you are transparent. This blog and these comments prove it.
Dave Patch | 02.20.07 - 8:53 pm | #

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A CLEAN shell!??!?!?!??!

Dude, Jag Media is NOT a clean shell.

Did you miss the key phrase in their 8-K from last month where Cryptometrics has agreed to permit Jag Media's indebtedness to rise from $2.75 million to $4.35 million prior to the close of the transaction?

AND Cryptometrics has to shell out an additional $275k for closing-related expenses?

It costs a lot of money to take a small company public these days, Patchie Poo. It doesn't cost anything CLOSE to $4.62 million.

And Patch? We ARE talking about the validity of this company. These guys running Cryptometrics are going to attempt to persuade people to buy shares in their company. How do we begin to evaluate a company whose very own management gives away 12 percent of the company in exchange for a pink sheet listing? And assumes $4 million worth of debt as part of the deal?

Yeah, reverse mergers are really in vogue now. They're right up there with the 419ers from the internet cafes in Lagos.
James Brownfield | Homepage | 02.20.07 - 9:32 pm | #

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I never said jag notes had anything to do with the London subway bombings,hee hee.I brought it up because at the time I was so amazed by the successful jagnotes.con pump of Charles Schwab shares that remained below $10 per share and then while every stock was falling at the time of teh(sic) bombings REUTERS WAS REPEATING YOUR FRAUDULENT RUMOR AND SCHWAB SHARES WERE TO 'DA MOON'!

ALSO Patchie Poo,by the way,why for years,did you list Charles Schwab as also a 'victim' of 'naked short selling' right along with the worthless penny stocks they pumped and dumped ? And Schwab certainly nevr corrected you either.Why ? DUH.
Tony Ryals | 02.20.07 - 11:20 pm | #

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Dave Patch in what way are reverse mergers in big? For investors? Can you name a few NASDQ listed companies that started out as reverse mergers with pumped out pink sheets?
john lichtenstein | 02.21.07 - 10:39 am | #

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Gee Gary, am I missing the bile that is coming from your allowed posts? It seems to me I have been the most cordial here and yet you continue to process through this Garbage.

Now, on to reverse mergers. Take a close look at teh monthly report that comes out of DealflowMedia in their "Reverse Mergers" report. Each month there is a new list with new announcements of reverse mergers.

Buy a clean shell $250K and you are already public. Go IPO and give up millions to the banks.

Definition of a clean shell - No legal overhangs on the company, filings in order, and good legal representation.

As for that loss carry-over, that is great tax write off for a now public company as they can write these recently acquired losses against new revenues. Imagine getting $40 Million in losses for $250K.
Dave Patch | 02.22.07 - 10:31 am | #

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Dave, since I allow your posts I obviously am none too discriminating as to who I allow to post here.
Gary Weiss | Homepage | 02.22.07 - 11:00 am | #

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So Dave Patch when you said that reverse mergers were big, you meant that they happen a lot. You didn't mean they are creating a lot of benefit to the economy. Asked for the names of companied that have made it to a liquid exchange after going public via a reverse merger, you came up with none. So you haven't argued that a reverse merger shouldn't be considered a red flag. So what was your point in saying that they are big? That they are a big problem?
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Patchie Poo, you're really just too much.

The $4.35 million referenced in the 8-K is NOT a tax loss carry-forwards. It's DEBT! Cryptometrics is not getting their pinkie for $275k. It's costing them $4.62 million. And no matter how you try twist it, that makes NO economic sense, ESPECIALLY for a pinkie.

As for their tax loss carry-forward asset, in Jag Media's case, it would be over $46 million. Alas, you know what happens to tax loss carry-forward assets when that much of a change in the company's equity ownership occurs, don't you?

Don't you?

*POOF!*

The Section 382 limitations nullify any tax benefits from those NOL's.

If it's any consolation, rarely does an entity engage in a reverse merger with a busted pinkie with the intent to generate taxable income. So that Section 382 limitation isn't really such bad news afterall.
James Brownfield | Homepage | 02.22.07 - 11:55 am | #

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James, as you seem to take this personal and Gary allows it, why not come forward with you position in Jagh or for that matter your boiler room operation.

Jag media carries a VERY LARGE carry-over loss. Any diversion from that is amusing as that carry-over loss is tax deductible into the new company. at even $4.85 Million it is what percentage of the overall loss carryover? Come on jimmy, you are sounding more and more like Tony Ryals...

Now lets not act like vultures here and reroute this blog to what Gary wrote about. Funny how I post once and all you hacks come out in droves (For you idiots: yes I posted more than once but that was in RESPONSE to your lunacy)
Dave Patch | 02.22.07 - 1:06 pm | #

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Patchie,

I don't take this blog personally at all. However, I will not hesitate to be vocal when someone like you comes around and tries to bullshit people about what Jag Media is... and is not. Nor will I cease to be vocal when you persist in telling a lie.

Perhaps you didn't initially understand what the $4.35 million number represented in last month's 8-K. That's forgivable. It would seem that you misunderstood a lot of things about Jag Media before you put your money into their stock. But by now you should know better. That you continued to say that Cryptometrics is buying a pinkie shell for $275K after having the consequences of that $4.35 million in debt explained marks you as either a liar or an idiot. I don't particularly care which one happens to be the case.

As for the $46 million in operating loss carry-forwards, which is a completely separate issue from the $4.35 million in debt that Cryptometrics has agreed to incur, those carry-forwards have no value as a tax asset because of the Section 382 limitations. Maybe you don't understand the ramifications of the Section 382 limitations. Now that it's been brought to your attention, you should study them. Your continuing to mention them just reinforces your role as either a liar or an idiot.
James Brownfield | Homepage | 02.22.07 - 5:39 pm | #

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JB- a you short JAGH? Yes or no will suffice.
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Endovasc got a letter from the SEC a couple of months ago but they have so much confidence that Chris 'WMDs' Cox,John Reed Stark and the SEC will continue to protect them that they promote their Investor Village
'message board' on ragingbull.con as if nothing happened.

from rb's evsc 'message board':

By: different_drummer0
25 Feb 2007, 01:06 PM EST
Msg. 20215 of 20216
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OT: EVSC in Investor Village...

I'm posting the link here...has the usual tools (tabs for "Filings" "News" "Chart" and of course, "Links" for chat boards).

http://www.investorvillage.com/smbd.asp?mb=4531&pt=l

I say "of course" because in the Yahoo link, you'll find a poster that is "oh so darn familiar" in the rants and tirades department. And this is a long-term rant (approx 6 years now).

Enjoy.

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Also John Lichtenstein,it was Chris Byron(remember him ?)who said I said the CIA was behind Bellador Group of Kuala Lumpur when in fact I didn't ever claim to know but I have suspected.

And for good reason,the CIA has and is unethically engaged in penny stocks officially through In-Q-Tel which as Byron stated and I agree should be closed down.Also one member of Daddy Bush's et.al.'s Carlyle Group replaced ex Homeland Insecurity's ex Cyber zsar Amit Yoran when he resigned after only a couple of months after heading In-Q-Tel and after I sent him an open letter complaining about that fraud. So there is no reason to dismiss the CIA'S INVOLVEMENT IN PENNY STOCK FRAUD AS SOME SORT OF 'CONSPIRACY THEORY'.(Not that anyone with a brain would deny the existence of conspiracies.)

What does it matter if it's CIA or just someones with friends in the Beltway ? The corruption is the same.

Do you think it ethical that ex Treasury Sec John Snow immediately joined the Cerberus hedge fund immediately after he and the CIA spyed upon SWIFT of Brussel's financial activities under the fraudulent claim of looking for 'terrorists' ? Yeah,sure.

Just where did all that money that made Cerberus the largest hedge fund overnight come from anyway and why did they buy both Bawag Bank of Austria and Leumi Bank of Israel recently ? Guatemalans lost all their savings in Bancafe and Bawag was as much to blame as Refco.

Do you think Cerberus does not have any CIA or ex CIA connections and isn't it bad enough that ex U.S.gov employees from the far right are involved and profiting from war fraud ?

Certainly the Kellogg Brown and Root boys who run Cerberus with Snow,Dan Quayle and Stephen Feinberg et.al. can buy and sell ex CIA employees and probably do.I'm not saying the CIA is behind it all but a lot of spooks and criminals and murderers from Daddy Bush's Iraqgate and Iran Contra days are having a field day under the corrupt and murdrous Baby Bush Regime.

When anonymous posters tell me I should watch out for machetes in Guatemala I take it seriously enough to break off all contacts with people I knew and cared for because indeed the CIA did pay a Colonel Alpirez of Guatemala to behead an American in the early 1990's.Who cares if these anonymous and not so anonymous message board posters are
CIA or not ? If you deny Patrick Byrne's,James Dale Davidson's and Dave Patch's et.al.'s Beltway connections by now you are dreaming.
That's why they are so confident in their frauds.

I don't care if CIA,FBI or the
'private sector' is behind some all or a lot of the terrorism I have endured for telling Chris 'WMDs' Cox and his SEC to stop the fraud and money laundering with U.S. penny stocks in Kuala Lumpur and Dubai,etc., but for you to pretend that it is not occuring is simply absurd to me at this point.

Also whether this unending fraud is U.S. government sponsored or not it is certainly government protected or Mr.Taylor of Bellador Group would be in Guantanamo by now rather than counting his profits for boiler rooming Endovasc,Biophan and the Republican Party endorsed China Wireless etc.etc. in Kuala Lumpur and Dubai post 911 !