NYPD Coerced me to drop charges or go to jail with a hole in my retina Saturday arrest for Dr Fagelman's savagely violent receptionist Delita's running punch to my eye grabbing my hair trying to drag me down the hall by my hair damaging my neck not fired or arrested I agreed to false arrest Oct 16 immediate than Det John Vergona changed my false arrest date to Saturday oct. 20, 2012 4PM IAB let him and his supervisor retire! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dh9TedhfthE I am alleging fix, favors and retaliation -- please look at the first page -- it mentions HP tied to 911 Tech corruption as well as mayor Bloomberg Ray Kelly free rides Air Bloomberg....http://www.scribd.com/doc/188752042/NYPD-Commissioner-Ray-Kelly-Charles-Campisi-DI-Ed-Winski-Lt-Agnes-Lt-Angelo-Burgos-IAB-Sgt-Mary-O-Donnell-Sgt-Chen-Det-Andy-Dwyer-Det-John-Ve

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Mayor Bloomberg, Rudy SAIC NSA too Connected to Be Accountable?

What go me Suzannah B. Troy searching for SAIC NSA news at 4:30 in the morning that lead me to a CityTime SAIC like scandal but bigger NSA SAIC Trailblazer and proof in my opinion SAIC is being protected from Enron endings....

Note: no comment on Howard Cohen's integrity but by someone sending me his emails that are both for SAIC and NSA it not only shows his versatility but how "symbiotic" hardee har NSA and SAIC are!

Look at how he is both INSIDE the government at the NSA and also at SAIC.  

Howard H. Cohen
Senior Information Assurance Engineer
NSA/SAIC Contractor
PP/CCEVS Staff Support

Here are some of his emails see links above and below

So than I started searching.....

Click the above link to


Together with Booz Allen Hamilton, San Diego-based SAIC stands like a private colossus across the whole intelligence industry. Of SAIC’s 42,000 employees, more than 20,000 hold U.S. government security clearances, making it, with Lockheed Martin, one of the largest private intelligence services in the world.
SAIC’s largest and most well-known customer in the intelligence community is the National Security Agency. Indeed, so many NSA officials have gone to work at SAIC that intelligence insiders call the company "NSA West." SAIC also does a significant amount of work for the Central Intelligence Agency, where it is among the top five contractors.

Corporate Information

SAIC’S INTELLIGENCE NICHE. SAIC is deeply involved in the operations of all the major collection agencies, particularly the NSANGA and CIA. SAIC, for example, managed one of the NSA’s largest efforts in recent years, the $3 billion Project Trailblazer, which attempted (and failed) to create actionable intelligence from the cacophony of telephone calls, fax messages, and emails that the NSA picks up every day. Launched in 2001, Trailblazer experienced hundreds of millions of dollars in cost overruns and NSA cancelled it in 2005. (See special section below). SAIC’s Homeland Intelligence Solutions Operation unit holds contracts with the controversial Counter-Intelligence Field Activity office, now part of the DIA.
More than 5,000 SAIC employees, or about one in every seven, hold security clearances. They offer “domain expertise” across a wide range of intelligence, including counterterrorism, counter-proliferation, remote sensing and imaging, intelligence analysis support, signal analysis and processing, signal intelligence systems, surveillance and reconnaissance systems, and unmanned aerial vehicles. SAIC's extensive work for intelligence agencies requires it to be constantly searching for new employees with security clearances. “We really are a hiring machine,” CEO Ken Dahlberg told analysts during a recent earnings conference call. “If you are a cleared polygraph intel specialist, you command a lot of activity. So we are doing our best to find ways to keep, as well as hire, these kind of folks.”
According to the SAIC website, the company develops “solutions to help the US defense, intelligence, and homeland security communities build an integrated intelligence picture, allowing them to be more agile and dynamic in challenging environments and produce actionable intelligence.” Its website defines its role as providing “mission-critical intelligence support in the war on terror.” Interviewed in a SAIC internal newsletter, Larry Prior, a 30-year veteran of U.S. intelligence who runs the company’s Intelligence and Security Group, explained: “That’s where you have anywhere from 10 to 100 employees and, oh, by the way, the future of the nation rests on their backs.”
NSA. SAIC has a somewhat symbiotic relationship with the NSA: The agency is the company's largest single customer, and SAIC is the NSA’s largest contractor. The company’s penchant for hiring former intelligence officials played an important role in its advancement. The story of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_B._Black,_Jr. William Black] is another case in point. In 1997, the 40-year NSA veteran was hired as an SAIC vice president "for the sole purpose of soliciting NSA business," according to a published account. [1] Three years later, after NSA initially funded Trailblazer, Black went back to the agency to manage the program; within a year, SAIC won the master contract for the program.
Other key SAIC hires for its intelligence division include John Thomas, a retired army major general and commander of the US Army Intelligence Center; Larry Cox, an 11-year NSA veteran and former director of Lockheed Martin's SIGINT division; and John J. Hamre, the former deputy secretary of defense in the Clinton administration.* Two former secretaries of defense, William J. Perry and Melvin Laird, as well as the current secretary, Bob Gates, have served on its board of directors. For most of the Bush administration, SAIC’s top intelligence man was Duane Andrews, SAIC’s corporate executive vice president. For years, he ran SAIC’s NSA programs, including its contract for Trailblazer (under that project, he once declared that SAIC “will continue to provide NSA with all the technology and systems support needed to help them achieve their goals.” ). Before coming to SAIC, Andrews had been a close aide to Vice President Dick Cheney. Their ties dated back to the first Gulf War, when he was an assistant secretary of defense in Cheney’s Pentagon (Andrews is now the CEO of QinetiQ’s North American operations).

and than I found this...


"Trailblazer was a United States National Security Agency (NSA) program intended to develop a capability to analyze data carried on communications networks like the Internet. It was intended to track entities using communication methods such as cell phones and e-mail.[1][2] It ran over budget, failed to accomplish critical goals, and was cancelled.
NSA whistleblowers J. Kirk Wiebe, William Binney, Ed Loomis, and House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence staffer Diane Roark complained to the Department of Defense's Inspector General (IG) about waste, fraud, and abuse in the program, and the fact that a successful operating prototype existed, but was ignored when the Trailblazer program was launched. The complaint was accepted by the IG and an investigation began that lasted until mid-2005 when the final results were issued. The results were largely hidden, as the report given to the public was heavily (90%) redacted, while the original report was heavily classified, thus restricting the ability of most people to see it.
The people who filed the IG complaint were later raided by armed Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents. While the Government threatened to prosecute all who signed the IG report, it ultimately chose to pursue an NSA Senior Executive — Thomas A. Drake — who helped with the report internally to NSA and who had spoken with a reporter about the project. Drake was later charged under the Espionage Act of 1917. His defenders claimed this was retaliation.[3][4] The charges against him were later dropped, and he agreed to plead guilty to having committed a misdemeanor under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, something that Jesselyn Radack of the Government Accountability Project (which helped represent him) called an "act of civil disobedience".[5]"

Than I found this....

Obama’s Crackdown on Whistleblowers and the NSA-SAIC-Trailblazer Fraud


so it becomes clear to me why Preet Bharara isn't going back in Time CityTime and why no arrests of SAIC officials above Denault.