A number of internet researchers and reporters have asked me to evaluate some of the imagery and files that are being distributed by one George M. Nasif through his Twitter, Facebook, and website. Nasif claims to possess vast amounts of proprietary DOJ, diplomatic, intelligence community, and law enforcement records, in addition to donor credit card payments and a variety of classified emails. Nasif, who promotes himself as a network security specialist has significant presence and engagement on SM. His Twitter network alone has over 17K followers and its growing. Continue reading The Rise of the Shadow Data Brokers
Let’s summarize what happened here: The DOJ found a lot of ‘undeclared accounts’ owned by individuals and subject to U.S tax and maintained in foreign country that had not been reported to the individual account owner to the US government on an income tax return. In simple words: tax fraud from an number of undisclosed accounts.
Rothschild Bank AG submitted a letter to the Department of Justice’s Program for Non-Prosecution Agreements or Non-Target Letters for Swiss Banks (aka, the Cabal), asking the Department of Justice, in effect, not to go public with anything that was going on. Rothschild Bank AG agrees to pay the sum of $11,510,000 as a ‘penalty’ to the DOJ in exchange for the DOJ’s silence about any ‘tax dealing’ that might be going on outside the law or bordering any illegalities. Continue reading George M. Nasif and The Rothschild documents