For The Canadian

agoracosmopolite@on.aibn.com

The Iran spy sting story got out because of
Electronic Engineering Times, January 22, 1996, p. 84.


Somebody knew that Iran and Iraq were going to war.
Jim Rogers February 12, 2008

First posted
Thursday November 22, 2007 09:03
Updated
Tuesday February 9, 2010 19:31

Happy Nowrus.

Friday October 2, 2009 13:04

Whitman College and alumnus ambassador Ryan Crocker are related to how the Iraq/Iran war started.

http://www.prosefights.org/thecanadian/thecanadian.htm#video


Video.

Swiss Radio International Hans Buehler mp3 radio programs [33 megabytes].

Hans Buehler letter.

September 11, 2009 NUCA email

Friday September 11, 2009 09:42

Email delivery

http://www.prosefights.org/nmlegal/ncualove/walters.htm#director2

Ms Jane Walters
Regional Director, Region 5
National Credit Union Administration
1230 West Washington Street, Suite 301
Tempe, AZ 85281
Office (602) 302-6000
Fax (602) 302- 6024
E-mail: region5@ncua.gov

Dear Ms Walters:

We have not yet received our two checks from NCUSIF for $11,018.00 for our prima facie fraud loss claim submitted to NCUA on Friday August 28, 2009.

Logic supports our claim with addition of Rule 79. Books and Records Kept by the Clerk and Entries Therein

(a) Civil Docket. The clerk shall keep a book known as “civil docket” of such form and style as may be prescribed by the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts with the approval of the Judicial Conference of the United States, and shall enter therein each civil action to which these rules are made applicable. Actions shall be assigned consecutive file numbers. The file number of each action shall be noted on the folio of the docket whereon the first entry of the action is made. All papers filed with the clerk, all process issued and returns made thereon, all appearances, orders, verdicts, and judgments shall be entered chronologically in the civil docket on the folio assigned to the action and shall be marked with its file number. These entries shall be brief but shall show the nature of each paper filed or writ issued and the substance of each order or judgment of the court and of the returns showing execution of process. The entry of an order or judgment shall show the date the entry is made. When in an action trial by jury has been properly demanded or ordered the clerk shall enter the word “jury” on the folio assigned to that action.

Rule 79 is TRUE.

We requested in the fraud loss claim submitted to NCUA on Friday August 28, 2009
We ask that you print

http://www.prosefights.org/nmlegal/ncualove/facts.htm#facts2
and

http://www.prosefights.org/nmlegal/ncualove/facts.htm#facts

then complete the finding of facts in Failure of NCUA to pay claim and Improper Investigation of fraud loss claim and FACTS in NCUA fraud loss claim and return a copy of your notarized responses for our records.

All of the statement of facts are TRUE.

Statements of facts are logic PREMISES.

True premises in FACTS in NCUA fraud loss claim
2. Court document below is not FILED stamp by court of clerk.

and
5 Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union lawyer attempts to justify theft of Morales and Payne monies with bogus [not FILED stamp by clerk of court] court order.

combined with the true premise Rule 79. Books and Records Kept by the Clerk and Entries Therein means that our NOT receiving our checks from NCUSIF is illogicial for the reason that no valid argument can have true premises and a false conclusion.
When an argument has true premises and a false conclusion, it must be invalid. In fact, this is how we define invalidity.

Our money was stolen using a worthless document seen both at 2 and 5 in in FACTS in NCUA fraud loss claim.

Therefore, we ask that you see to it that NCUSIF sends us our two fraud loss checks for logic reasons by Wednesday September 16, 2009.

These unfortunate matters are too visible for NCUA and others to try to ignore.

Sincerely,


William H. Payne
13015 Calle de Sandias NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111
505-463-1020 cell
bpayne37@comcast.net

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Friday September 11, 2009 09:59

Wednesday August 13, 2009 09:06

Media Meltdown in a Time of Crisis, Part 1 comment.

Retired Sandian Bob Wayland knows Jillson fairly well.

Bob's wife was a SLFCU board member.


----- Forwarded Message -----
From: bpayne37@comcast.net
To: "Robert & Susan Wayland" sbwayland@comcast.net
Cc: "art morales" amorales58@comcast.net, bridges@whitman.edu, boardmail@ncua.gov, oedmail@ncua.gov
Sent: Wednesday, August 12, 2009 7:43:15 AM GMT -07:00 US/Canada Mountain
Subject: our money, ncua and jillson

bob

Whitman college inviting ambassador Ryan Crocker to deliver the 2009 commencment address may have not have been too bright in view that Crocker likely helped start the Iraq/Iran war - along with Brzezinski, of course.

http://home.comcast.net/~bpayne37/whitman59/whitman59after.htm#deargeorge

We now try to get our money back through NCUA.

If we get our money back, then NCUA will likely go for Jillson to gets its money back through the New Mexico criminal system.

But this is not our problem. Our problem is getting our money back.

If NCUA does not pay, then we can file an insurance fraud claim with the state.

Let's all hope for peaceful settlement before matters get worse.

bill

Saturday July 25, 2009 07:44

We may be able to help.
-----Original Message-----
From: bill payne [mailto:bpayne37@comcast.net]
Sent: Saturday, July 25, 2009 8:40 AM
o: Number Six
Cc: mel davidson; Amorales58@Comcast.Net; bridges@whitman.edu
Subject: RE: Hans Buehler

Axel

We've on vacation.

The matters with Iran and our stolen $22,036 are active matters.

Will Iran nuclear electric generation facilities be bombed?

Will we get our money back from NCUA?

Will DOE get Morales and my part of these matters financially settled?

Will our criminal complaint affidavit in 97 CV 266 against Brzezinski be properly processed?

Will some responsible people try to achieve settlement with Iran?

We don't know the answers to these questions but we will take actions to possibly try to get these unfortunate matters peacefully settled.

As I think about detailed responses to your below statements I will respond by email.

We're off to Seattle then Spokane, finally to Albuquerque on essential non-BTU-wasting vacation.

Best reards,
bill


http://home.comcast.net/~bpayne37/whitman59/whitman59after.htm#alex


----- Forwarded Message -----
From: "Number Six" axelopterix@gmail.com
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Friday, July 24, 2009 6:08:15 PM GMT -07:00 US/Canada Mountain
Subject: Hans Buehler

Hello Professor Payne,

I am a student at RPI who does computer security for sport, rather than profit or evil. I'm mostly interested in the means rather than the goals. That said, sometimes I look for good story lines for the wargame challenges I make. Approximately one month ago I became familiar with the story of Hans Buehler. I found your website among others.

I was wondering if you could offer any advice or insight into the project now as I begin or later on once I am about to release the project for people to explore.

Your website is very difficult to read by the way, have you considered getting it organized in some way?

The subject is computer espionage and international affairs between 1990-1995 focusing around Hans Beuhler's arrest. I will be taking many liberties but would like to strive for some realism that rings plenty of truths.

I would love to recreate as much of the technical details regarding Crypto AGs machines as possible.

From what I understand, you seem like the right person to ask. Everything should be fair game now that it's been 15-20 years.

So, what can you tell me?

Thanks, Axel


We included the links

Swiss Radio International Hans Buehler mp3 radio programs [33 megabytes].

Hans Buehler letter.

for the reason Mr Tomasi's day job is with the Defense Nuclear Agency in Albquerque, NM.

We want Mr Tomasi to know that Mr Buehler phoned from Zurich in early 1995 and said


Monday July 13, 2008 Kerry concealed handgun carry information.

Monday May 4, 2009 09:34


http://www.prosefights.org/thecanadian/thecanadian.htm#thomascreed




Thursday April 30, 2009 07:34



R. Cargill Hall.

we have a favor to ask to possibly help get these unfortunate matters settled peacefully Sent By: bpayne37 On: Apr 04/30/09 6:27 AM

Thursday April 30, 2009 07:13

http://www.prosefights.org/nmlegal/theinvestigation/theinvestigation.htm#reedemail


As for writing. We try to write for money on the side. For good reason.
Do not fear the enemy, for your enemy can only take your life. It is far better that you fear the media, for they will steal your HONOR. That awful power, the public opinion of a nation, is created in America by a horde of ignorant, self-complacent simpletons who failed at ditching and shoemaking and fetched up in journalism on their way to the poorhouse.

Mark Twain

Look what happened to editor Loring Wirbel.

At 50 years of age!



Message received in Bozeman, MT on June 11, 2008 - Bill's 71st birthday.

This was posted at Paul Kedrosky Oil Drum viz.

---Original Message-----
From: Iran Defence Forum [mailto:support@irandefence.net]
Sent: Tuesday, June 10, 2008 11:01 PM
To: bpayne37@comcast.net
Subject: Happy Birthday from Iran Defence Forum

Hello billp37,

We at Iran Defence Forum would like to wish you a happy birthday today!



Wednesday August 6, 2008 07:19
The charge infuriates Dr. Etemad. "With the Shah, we also came to the conclusion that Iran was in great need of nuclear energy because our population was steadily growing and our gas and oil will run out. That's why even though I was in the old regime, I should be fair to the new regime because they are following the same line.

Friday September 5, 2008 07:56

Wed, 03 Sep 2008 22:32:58 GMT Currently suffering from electricity shortage, Iran has been forced to adopt a rationing program by scheduling power outages - of up to two hours a day - across both urban and rural areas in the country.



Wednesday October 1, 2008 12:07

Alternate Report
Electric Integrated Resource Plan for the Period 2008-2027

Tuesday September 30, 2008 07:45

ABSTRACT
Official Electric Integrated Resource Plan [IRP] for the Period 2008-2027 appears to be a product of a verbal faction of attendees of the about 17 sessions. Omission of what others consider important foils from Official report and elimination of which, we feel, are unessential foils in about 229 page report is an obligation to others to write an alternate report. Failure of the Official report to forecast available source of heat [BTUs] which is to be converted to electricity and to address the sources of increased demand, and to make practical arguments for feasibility of natural gas and alternate energy sources renders the Official Report about unusable. New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources should be contracted to forecast BTU output from coal and natural gas. New Mexico should establish an engineering board to study practical feasibility of alternate energy sources [heat rates] so as to avoid energy crisis scams.




-----Original Message-----
From: Notes_Notification@discovery.com
[mailto:Notes_Notification@discovery.com]On Behalf Of
Discovery_eSubmissions@discovery.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2008 8:29 AM
To: bpayne37@comcast.net Subject: How The Iraq/Iran War Got Started

Dear William,

Thank you for your recent program submission to the Military Channel. We appreciate your patience while your submission went through our review process.

We evaluate submissions based in part on strategic objectives, inventory need, production values, appropriateness of the material, and program length. After a complete review of your material, taking into account the programming needs for our upcoming schedules and the money available for production, we have decided not to pursue your program submission at this time. We feel that our current programming goals and priorities do not reflect those of your program proposal.

We appreciate your giving us the opportunity to review this proposal. If you are successful in your production efforts, we invite you to submit the completed program for acquisition consideration.

Thank you for your interest in the Military Channel. We hope you will consider us for future projects.

Kind regards,

Lauren Horvath
Military Channel Program Development

Revision history

Thursday November 22, 2007 10:12                 First draft.
                                                                             Footnotes added, Brzezinski introduced,                                                                              addition started, NSA, FOIA introduced, 8085                                              and 8051 Forth, FBI engineering research                                                                               facility.
Friday November 23, 2007 16:59                       Add NSA Benincasa algorithm diagram,                                                                               proceed with story.  Buehler materials sent to                                                                               Japan.
Saturday November 24, 2007 17:44                    Sandia public key silicon chips. Void                                                                                judgments. Garrett Birkhoff,
                                                                               Saunders McLane, Irene Stegun, James                                                                                Bamford, John K Cooley.
Sunday November 25, 2007 19:06                       Add V, F, R register schematics. LINK
Monday November 26, 2007 16:45                     DC court chief judge Harry T Edwards                                                                                 causes NSA lawsuit LINK
Tuesday November 27, 2007 16:38                     Afterword and footnotes
Wednesday November 28, 2007 08:13                Try to finish article, not story
Thursday November 29, 2007 09:26                    Finished ... with article
Wednesday January 2, 2008                                 Ludwig De Braeckeleer NSA spy                                                                                 sting articles LINK
Friday January 4, 2008                                          Add date to Electronic Engineering Times,                                                                                 January 22, 1996, p. 84. Dataport By Loring                                                                                 Wirbel State-sanctioned paranoia. Add                                                                                 LINK to FBI lock breaking article by                                                                                 Stieber.
Sunday January 6, 2008                                        Add Lawmaker: Iran to build 19 more                                                                                 nuclear plants
Thursday January 20, 2008                                   Add ACM links
Sunday February 17, 2008                                     Investor Jim Roger appears to suggest that                                                                                  money may have been made by those who had                                                                                  knowledge of when the Iraq/Iran was to start by                                                                                  going long in oil.
Monday March 10, 2008                                        Link to State Sanctioned Paranoia
Saturday May 24, 2008                                           We are sorry to inform you that James Orlin                                                                                   Grabbe passed away in his home in Costa Rica                                                                                   on March 15th, 2008. He will be missed,                                                                                   Godspeed Orlin. Post read Saturday May 24,                                                                                   2004
Thursday June 26, 2008                                           NSA, Crypto AG, and the Iraq-Iran Conflict
                                                                                   by J. Orlin Grabbe is back at kalliste The hit                                                                                    counter is 432,455 :-)
Friday August 15, 2008                                             Feds sieze $22,036 from Morales' and Payne                                                                                     savings accounts without due process.

Posted at http://www.prosefights.org/thecanadian/thecanadian.htm#gotstarted


How the Iraq/Iran War Got Started
William H Payne LINK LINK LINK

Foreword

Sensitivity is expressed to those in Iran and Iraq who lost loved ones in the Iraq/Iran war for this a true story of the details of how the story of the origins of that war got out.

We unabashedly used the spy sting on Iran as a visibility ploy LINK in our, so far, 15 year legal battle with the US Federal government.

Because of the work of many individuals, including some Persians, it is time to tell this story supported by documents in the hope of  peaceful settlement of these unfortunate matters before they get worse.

The contemplation of things as they are,
without error or confusion,
without substitution or imposture,
is in itself a nobler thing
than a whole harvest of invention.

Francis Bacon LINK


Wikipedia Nojeh coup posts

In the summer of 2007 two posts on Wikipedia appeared:

Post 1

Nojeh Coup

In July 1980, Zbigniew Brzezinski LINK of the United States met Jordan's King Hussein [LINK] in Amman to discuss detailed plans for Saddam Hussein to sponsor a coup in Iran against Khomeini. King Hussein was Saddam's closest confidant in the Arab world, and served as an intermediary during the planning. The Iraqi invasion of Iran would be launched under the pretext of a call for aid from Iranian loyalist officers plotting their own uprising on July 9, 1980 (codenamed Nojeh, after Shahrokhi/Nojeh air base in Hamedan). The Iranian officers were organized by Shapour Bakhtiar LINK, who had fled to France when Khomeini seized power, but was operating from Baghdad and Sulimaniyah at the time of Brzezinski's meeting with Hussein. However, Khomeini LINK learned of the Nojeh Coup plan from Soviet agents in France and Latin America. Shortly after Brzezinski's meeting with Hussein, the President of Iran, Abolhassan Bani-Sadr LINK quietly rounded up 600 of the loyalist plotters within Iran, putting an effective end to the Nojeh Coup.[5] Saddam decided to invade without the Iranian officers' assistance, beginning the Iran-Iraq war on 22 September 1980. 1 2

Post 2

Failed Nojeh Coup

In July 1980, the U.S. national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski met Jordan's King Hussein in Amman to discuss detailed plans for Saddam Hussein to sponsor a coup in Iran against Khomeini. King Hussein was Saddam's closest confidant in the Arab world, and served as an intermediary during the planning. The Iraqi invasion of Iran would be launched under the pretext of a call for aid from Iranian loyalist officers plotting their own uprising on July 9, 1980 (codenamed Nojeh, after Shahrokhi/Nojeh air base in Hamedan). The Iranian officers were organized by Shapour Bakhtiar, who had fled to France when Khomeini seized power, but was operating from Baghdad and Sulimaniyah at the time of Brzezinski's meeting with Hussein. However, Khomeini learned of the Nojeh Coup plan from Soviet agents in France, Pakistan, and Latin America. Shortly after Brzezinski's meeting with Hussein, the President of Iran, Abolhassan Bani-Sadr quietly rounded up six hundred officers and executed many of them, putting an effective end to the Nojeh Coup [2]. Saddam would decide to invade without the Iranian officer's assistance, beginning the Iran-Iraq war on 22 September 1980.

Both were quickly removed but copied and reposted at several websites.

If, in fact, Zbigniew Brzezinski did what is claimed in both posts, then he may have committed a felony violation violation of 18 USC § 1091(c) LINK.

(c) Incitement Offense.— Whoever in a circumstance described in subsection (d) directly and publicly incites another to violate subsection (a) shall be fined not more than $500,000 or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.

History of NSA LINK FOIA LINK lawsuit

Payne went to work for Sandia National Laboratories LINK in September of 1980. Previously Payne was a computer science and psychology professor at Washington State University LINK.

Payne had two job assignments at Sandia labs involving NSA.

The first assignment was project leader for implementation of the NSA Missile Secure Cryptographic Unit [MSCU] for the US small missile program.

We were required to use Sandia lab radiation hardened 8085 microcontroller. We got the Forth operating system hosting an interactive incremental compiler and assembler working on our 8085 hardware using the Nautilis metacompiler which greatly speeded implementation of the software.

At the request of Ted Lewis, one of Payne's M.S. and Ph.D. students, who was editor of IEEE software, Payne wrote a 1984 article on 8085 Forth LINK.

Sandia weapons system department manager M Kent Parsons LINK was promoting construction of a radiation hardened version of the 8051 microcontroller because of the integrated peripheral would mean that Sandia would have to build fewer parts compared to 8085 implementations.

Parsons was impressed how quickly we completed the software. Sandia weapon systems were previous implemented in assembly language and did not work very well.

Parsons gave Payne the job assignment to port 8085 Forth to the 8051 microntroller. Parsons required extensive documentation so this turned out to be a big project and expensive project.

NSA paid for the 8051 Forth port project.

Payne wrote Embedded Controller Forth for the 8051 Family LINK which describes in detail this project.

Second Sandia NSA project Payne worked on was the implementation of NSA's Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty seismic data authenticator. NSA cryptographer Ronald Benincasa designed the authentication algorithm LINK.

Sandia department manager Paul A Stokes LINK ordered Payne to write a technical report describing the hardware and software implementation of the seismic data authenticator which was later posted on Internet at Cryptome as a direct result of our NSA FOIA visibility lawsuit.

As a result of these two job assignments, Payne visited NSA frequently and, on one visit, was lecture by NSA cryptographer Brian Snow on NSA cryto unit implementations. Snow showed foils of the hardware schematics and told us about field failure modes of NSA's crypto units.

On completion of the seismic data authenticator project Payne was assigned by Sandia to break electronic locks for the FBI LINK engineering research facility in Quantico, VA. LINK This job assignment required SCI access LINK.

At the time the Sandia seismic data authenticator project was beginning, Sandia cryptographer G J Simmons LINK gave a lecture to a number of NSA and Sandia employees with the purpose of trying to convince NSA to abandon the Benincasa algorithm and use public key instead.

Simmons LINK literally plastered the blackboard with math symbols thus confusing many of the attendees.

Payne's supervisor Dr John Holovka, a chemist, asked Payne if he understood what Simmons was talking about. Payne replied affirmatively. Holovka then ordered Payne to write a comprehensible tutorial to try to explain in simple terms what Simmons was trying to say.

Here is a link to that tutorial LINK.

NSA concluded that switching from the tried and proven Benincasa algorithm would cause problems and not offer any significant benefit. 3

James R Gosler was a supervisor at Sandia labs at this time. Gosler was funded by NSA apparently doing "black hat" work.

Payne heard both Gosler and Simmons talk about their "covert channel" work several times. Simmons wrote one or more articles on information hiding LINK. This below paragraph taken from the above pdf summarizes the goal.

The problem originally arose in the context of nuclear arms limitation treaty verification. The USA and the USSR had decided to place certain sensors in each other’s nuclear facilities in order to share certain agreed sensor information, and needed integrity controls to prevent information being manipulated in order to provide false evidence that a test did or did not take place [8]. In addition, both parties wanted to be sure that the integrity mechanisms could not be abused to transmit other, prohibited, information. 11

While Payne listened to what Gosler and Simmons were saying, he did not put too much importance in it. The reason is that the two NSA crypto algorithms he worked on and others shown to him by NSA cryptographer Brian Snow were elegantly simple and relatively easy to implement in hardware which NSA favored.

Numerical analyst Richard Hanson LINK was a colleague of Payne in the computer science department at Washington State University. Hanson moved to Sandia labs in about 1975 to work in G J Simmons Sandia labs department.

Hanson left Sandia labs. At one time he worked for Visual Numerics LINK.

Professor Masanori Fushimi was a visiting scientist at Visual Numerics.

Hanson discovered that Fushimi was working on improving the Generalized Feedback Shift Register pseudorandom number generator which was the subject of Ted Lewis's Ph.D. thesis.

Hanson suggested that Payne directly contact Fushimi.

Fushimi sent Payne two envelopes containing reprints of his work LINK. Payne reciprocated by sending him a copy of the data authenticator report after receiving approval from Sandia classification officer Bruce Green and a DRAFT idea Payne had about computing Euler's Phi function without factoring LINK.

At about the same time Gosler became a Sandia Department manager. Gosler told Payne he wanted to transfer him from the FBI lock breaking assignment to have him work in Gosler's group. LINK Payne balked for the reason that an employee effectively signs his civil rights away to do "black hat" work for NSA.

On July 27, 1997 Payne was fired from Sandia labs for "a flagrant attack on a valued Sandia customer and repeated insensitivity to security/classification requirements"

Payne sued Sandia labs in New Mexico federal court 92 cv 01452: judge John Conway presiding.

The case was SEALED pursuant to court order on December 21, 1972.

On December 31, 1992 and February 10, 1993 Gosler submits an ex parte affidavits to judge Conway which Payne or his lawyer were are not allowed to see: docket entry 3 and 10. LINK

On February 2, 1993 Payne files JURY DEMAND: Docket entry 15.

Judge Conway dismisses Payne's lawsuit and seals case. The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals denies Payne appeals and seals case.

Iran arrests Crypto AG top salesman Hans Buehler in Teheran on March 18, 1992 and incarcerates him at the Evin prison LINK.

Buehler is released from the Evin on January 4, 1993.

EE TimesLINK reporter Loring Wirbel reports on Payne's case LINK.

Wayne Madsen LINK, apparently after reading the Wirbel articles on Payne, informs Buehler that Payne may have information on why he was arrested.

Buehler phones Payne on December 31, 1994 to tell him what happened. Payne immediately sees how Gosler's work is being applied.

Buehler sends Payne a packet of newspaper translations and a Swiss Radio International tape presumably for distribution in the US LINK.

Payne files high tech terrorism criminal complaint affidavit on Gosler and others on July 16, 1996 with judge Harry T Edwards, chief judge of United District Court for the District of Columbia. LINK

Edwards does not do his job thus causing the NSA FOIA lawsuit to be filed.

Arthur R Morales sued, along with Manuel Garcia, Sandia labs for race discrimination New Mexico federal court.

Morales and Garcia forced Sandia labs into an expensive settlement.

Morales continued to pursue claims against Sandia labs alone but they were dismissed by judge Joe Galvan.

Morales and Payne first met in in about 1993/4 to discuss our common problems with the federal court system.

We decided to try to do something to do something about the injustice that happened to us.

We realized that visibility is critical in litigation for the reason that the lawyers, courts, and judges do about anything they want if they no one is looking. This includes taking your personal property.

Don't count on mainstream media help.

So to gain visibility we jointly sued the National Security Agency under the FOIA LINK.

J Orlin Grabbe correctly pointed out LINK
The role of NSA in the conflict is an open secret in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Only in this country has there been a relative news blackout, despite the fact that it was the U.S. administration that let the crypto cat out of the bag.

So we were not blowing the whistle on NSA since about the whole world other than US citizens knew what happened to Iran. We elaborated on some of the participants.

We merely used our lawsuit to show judicial problems.

This worked since John Young at cryptome.org LINK posted all of the legal proceeding plus Payne's tech report on Internet.

Not only did our NSA FOIA visibility lawsuit work, it may be working too well given current events with Iran.

Void judgment filing in NSA FOIA lawsuit

"Under Federal law which is applicable to all states, the U.S. Supreme Court stated that if a court is

"...without authority, its judgments and orders are regarded as nullities. They are not voidable, but simply void; and form no bar to a recovery sought, even prior to a reversal in opposition to them. They constitute no justification; and all persons concerned in executing such judgments or sentences, are considered, in law, as trespassers." Elliot v. Piersol, 1 Pet. 328, 340, 26 U.S. 328, 340 (1828) "" LINK

Payne and Morales filed jury demand, not request, in NSA FOIA lawsuit. 03/17/1997 2 DEMAND for jury trial by plaintiffs (dmw) (Entered: 03/18/1997) LINK.

Right to trial by jury guaranteed inviolate by 7th Amendment to US Constitution LINK and 8 USC Rule 38 LINK.

Remedy for denial of civil right is not an appeal, as the legal profession wants, but a motion to void or vacate a judgment.

Void judgment is a secret of the legal industry LINK.

Mr David Myrland LINK advised us that the proper way to void a judgment is to file a motion under the original case number accompanied with a mandatory judicial notice LINK.

Myrland posted a mandatory judicial notice example with case case law citations on Internet.

We decided to file to vacate judgment in the visible NSA FOIA lawsuit for several reasons:

1 Any conduct which did not follow judicial rules would be very visible.
2 We would use the NSA lawsuit as a "trial balloon," then file to vacates judgment once we saw what the court was going to do.
3 Payne appealed the NSA lawsuit to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Therefore a valid case number is available at the Tenth Circuit to file again if New Mexico federal court did not do the right thing to try to get these unfortunate matters peacefully settled.

We filed motion of void judgment for lack of jurisdiction and mandatory judicial notice in the NSA FOIA lawsuit on May 11, 2007 in Santa Fe, NM.

Much to our surprise clerk of the court docketed both documents on May 16, 2007 LINK!

Assistant US attorney Jan Elizabeth Mitchell of the New Mexico Department of Justice responds to our motion on May 29, 2007.

Mitchell represented NSA on the original NSA FOIA lawsuit.

Mitchell and the court are upset since they state the case was closed on 10/27/1999 and issue a warning.

A motion before a US court is followed by a response. A response is followed by a reply. And a reply may be followed by a surreply with permission of the court.

Deceased Santa Fe federal court chief judge Santiago Campos presided over 1997 NSA FOIA lawsuit.

Judge Martha Vazquez replaced Campos and is defendant in one of Morales and Payne's New Mexico state 12 person jury trial lawsuit.

June 12, 2007 we file "MOTION for Extension of Time to File response to any document filed between June 5 through June 22, 2007, due to unavailability, by William H Payne, Arthur R Morales."

June 17, 2007 Vazquez files order of reference threatening us [i]mposition of sanctions, including censure, striking pleadings, imposition of fines and/or incarceration of the Plaintiffs. ... LINK. Cryptome posts link to this threat.

Payne and Morales file reply to Michell's response on June 6, 2007. LINK In that reply we file criminal complaint affidavit against Zbigniew Brzezinski for possible felony violation of Title 18 § 1091 (c). LINK. This matter is now formally before a federal court of law.

Judge M Christina Armijo replaces Judge Vazquez but chief magistrate Lorenzo Garcia, a defendant in one of Payne's state lawsuits, remains.

Garcia proposes to sanction Payne and Morales. LINK.

Judge Armijo adopts magistrate judge Garcia's sanction proposal and fines Payne and Morales $10,000 each and strikes all void judgment pleadings on August 27, 2007. LINK.

US marshals Halverson and Bowman ask Payne and Morales if they are going to pay the $10,000.

Payne is threatened with arrest by marshal Halverson if Payne posts Halverson's photo on Internet. LINK.

Jeff Sedgwick, a colleague of Richard Cornforth LINK, advises Payne to file criminal complaint affidavit with the commander of the nearest military base under Title 18 § 4. LINK.

Payne and Morales file criminal complaint file three criminal complaint affidavits with Kirtland Air Force Base commander Colonel Terrence Feehan.

Judge advocate Lieutenant Colonel Tishlyn E. Taylor sends criminal complaint affidavits to Albuquerque US attorney office.

Payne and Morales complain to Feehan's and Taylor's commanding officer, General Terry Gabreski on October 24, 2007. LINK.

Gabreski certified return receipt requested complaint is returned unopened on November 2, 2007.

Current state

We did not anticipate peak world oil production perhaps in May of 2005 when we filed the NSA FOIA visibility lawsuit in 1997. LINK

James L Williams writes
Crises in Iran and Iraq LINK

Events in Iran and Iraq led to another round of crude oil price increases in 1979 and 1980. The Iranian revolution resulted in the loss of 2 to 2.5 million barrels per day of oil production between November, 1978 and June, 1979. At one point production almost halted.

While the Iranian revolution was the proximate cause of what would be the highest prices in post-WWII history, its impact on prices would have been limited and of relatively short duration had it not been for subsequent events. Shortly after the revolution production was up to 4 million barrels per day.

Iran weakened by the revolution was invaded by Iraq in September, 1980. By November the combined production of both countries was only a million barrels per day and 6.5 million barrels per day less than a year before. As a consequence worldwide crude oil production was 10 percent lower than in 1979.

The combination of the Iranian revolution and the Iraq-Iran War cause crude oil prices to more than double increasing from from $14 in 1978 to $35 per barrel in 1981.

Twenty-six years later Iran's production is only two-thirds of the level reached under the government of Reza Pahlavi, the former Shah of Iran.

Iraq's production remains about 1.5 million barrels below its peak before the Iraq-Iran War.

We tried to point out the serious of this matter to Colonel Taylor on October 1, 2007. LINK

Those in power we have interacted with so far appear to be unwilling or unable to cope with these matters in any legal or constructive way.

Footnotes 4, 6, 7, 8 9 and 10 attest to the potentially explosive nature of these matters.
westexas on January 17, 2007 - 12:39pm

I have previously expressed the opinion that if what is going on in the Middle East does not scare the crap out of you, you are not paying close enough attention. LINK

Lawmaker: Iran to build 19 more nuclear plants

TEHRAN, Iran - Iran plan to build 19 more nuclear power plants and will seen solicit international bids for the construction., a lawmaker said Monday. "Contracts for the construction of 19 nuclear power plants, each with a capacity of 1,000 megawatts, will be put into into international tender in the near future, " Kazem Jalali was quoted as saying by the official IRNA news agency. Mr Jalali, a member of the Iranian parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, said the bids will be in line with parliamentary legislation that call for production of 20,000 megawatts of electricity through nuclear power plants in the future.

Dallas Morning News December 25, 2007

Judges Lorenzo Garcia, M Christina Armijo, lawyers Hammar and assistant US attorney have void rulings in NSA lawsuit by not following court rules.

These individuals even managed to commit felony extortion in writing by seizing $22, 036 from Morales' and Payne's Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union without due process.

http://www.prosefights.org/nmlegal/hearing/hearing.htm#armijovoid2

Keep upwind, if matters don't get peacefully settled.

Footnotes

1 Tribunal of conspirator General Ayat Mohagheghi was videotaped LINK.

2 List of IIAF Personnel killed by Islamic Regime between 1979 - Present LINK posted.

3 NSA's rejection of public key for use in treaty verification did not discourage Simmons.

Simmons and Sandia mathematician Mike Norris
JSTOR: A Characterization of the Splitting of Inseparable LINK

...Michael J. Norris received his Ph.D. from Harvard in 1944 under Saunders MacLane ... He has been with Sandia Laboratories since then except for a temporary ...

Garrett Birkoff bought Payne lunch at the Harvard faculty club in the mid 1970.
Garrett Birkhoff and Saunders MacLane Algebra Macmillan, New York, 1965. LINK

Reason for visit was plans to work on a NSF-funded pseudorandom number and distribution algorithm sampling library.

NSA screwed-up that project up. See Bamford's book the Puzzle Palace, page 361. Look for Bruce Barnes NSF reference.

Payne also visited Irene Stegun LINK about this project.

ABC producer James Bamford, who was then working with Wayne Madsen, heard about Buehler through reporter John K Cooley LINK is author of the Puzzle Palace [LINK] explains why NSA screwed-up that project.

designed a reciprocal approximation algorithm for multiplication as a substitute for division in computations for public key.

Sandia labs implemented their algorithm in one or more silicon chips.

Their algorithm worked most of the time reported numerical analyst Dr Richard J Hanson. LINK

4 The U.S. neoconservative agenda to Sacrifice the Fifth Fleet - The New Pearl Harbor LINK.
5 Black and white test of cryptographic algorithms LINK
6 Preventing the Impending War on Iran LINK
7 Look Who's Downplaying Iran's Nuclear Threat LINK
8 Iranian navy denies closure of Hormuz Strait LINK
9 Iran needs nuclear program for its future: Larijani LINK
10 Goldfinger? Bofinger! by Adrian Ash LINK
11 Transmitting information in noise: A practical tutorial LINK

Afterword
Department of Justice FOIA/PA lawyer James Kovakas yet-inexplicably responded to a ten year old FOIA request in November 30, 2005 implicating the FBI in this matter. LINK

Kovakas's paralegal Ms Jean Kornblut told Payne on the phone that it was the FBI that was responsible for Payne fired from Sandia labs. LINK

The FBI retaliated by declassifying a letter written by FBI assistant director in charge, intelligence division, Wayne R Gilbert on December 6, 2006 showing that Gosler turned Payne into the Albuquerque office of the FBI for some sort of national security crime. LINK

National Archives and Records Associate Director, Classification Management Directorate William J Bosanko claimed he was going to help Payne with a mandatory declassification review of the documents Gosler gave the FBI.

Bosanko accomplished nothing in one year. LINK

Complaint about Bosanko was filed with NARA Director William Leonard. LINK

Leonard is not responding. LINK

Purpose of article is to raise visibility higher in preparation for a FOIA/PA lawsuit in DC federal court to get the documents NSA acknowledges it has but claims are SECRET and TOP SECRET and void judgments to help facilitate settlement of these unfortunate before matters get worse. LINK

Thursday January 9, 2008 settlement letter response submitted by email on Thursday January 17, 2008. LINK

Let's see what happens.

Thanksgiving viz.

Cheers viz

Peak oil Member Map viz.

Good chukar hunting in Iran!
Essential non-gas-wasting chukar hunting travel 1967 -




Shirin Neshat

Thanks to Shirin Neshat our NSA FOIA lawsuit is now known as the NSA/Nojeh FOIA lawsuit [Nojeh Related Law].

 ----- Original Message -----
From: Cargill Hall
To: bill payne
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2007 2:00 AM
Subject: Re: How the Iraq/Iran War Got Started

Bill: Better get used to high priced gas . . . while it lasts.

Carg

Cargill Hall is a 1955 graduate of Shattuck School. Payne is a 1956 graduate.

Hall and Payne are both 1959 graduates of Whitman College.


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To: "bill payne" bpayne37@comcast.net
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2007 12:01 PM
Subject: Re: How the Iraq/Iran War Got Started
Thanks. Fascinating reading indeed! Interesting also for the fact that I
recently had extensive debate regarding the Iranian oil situation, and I
also believe they are switching to gas production.

Feel free to keep small gems like this coming Bill!

All the best,

Alif

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> Okay. You have my attention. William J. Broad
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> http://www.prosefights.org/thecanadian/thecanadian.htm#gotstarted scary news http://www.theoildrum.com/node/3308/271150
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Thursday December 13, 2007 15:59

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Look who is reading peak oil.

Peak Oilers worldwide...

We advocate peaceful settlment of these unfortunate matters. viz.

The NSA-Crypto AG Sting

For years US eavesdroppers could read encrypted messages without the least difficulty

Ludwig De Braeckeleer

Cryptome linked to Ludwig De Braeckeleer The NSA-Crypto AG Sting on December 29, 2007

NSA, Crypto AG, and the Iraq-Iran Conflict by J. Orlin Grabbe

Lockerbie: Chronicle of a Death Foretold

Roger Charles, a retired US Marines Lieutenant Colonel, agrees. Charles has suggested that the US could not admit what really happened with the Vincennes because the truth would have revealed a secret war. Charles told ABC that the United States was an active military participant on the side of the Iraqis, fighting the Iranians. [15] ...

NSA intercepted and decoded a communication of Mohtashemi linking Iran to the bombing of Pan Am 103. One intelligence summary, prepared by the US Air Force Intelligence Agency, was requested by lawyers for the bankrupt Pan American Airlines through the Freedom of Information Act. ...
Richard Marquise, who led the FBI investigation, told me that this intercept should be ignored and does not in any way tie the crime to Tehran.

"I have just read your article regarding the NSA-Crypto AG Sting and think it is well done except I think you, and many others including some lawyers, put too much faith in information gathered by intelligence agencies, whatever the method. I am, familiar with the allegation you quote in your story--that somehow NSA had decoded the information that tied Iran to the attack. I can assure you there was no smoking gun there. The information contained in the document was allegedly from a source of "unknown reliability" meaning the person or method had not been used before and the submitting agency had no way to verify the veracity of the information.

Gavrilo Princip and Borijove Jeytic.

Gavrilo Princip wikipedia.

Borijove Jeytic [Borijove Jevtic]

crytome.org
January 3, 2008

The NSA-Crypto AG Sting

For years US eavesdroppers could read encrypted messages without the least difficulty

For decades, the US National Security Agency (NSA) has been reading effortlessly ultra sensitive messages intercepted from all parts of the world. This extraordinary feat was not the consequence of the work of some genius cyber mathematician. Nor was it the result of the agency dominance in the field of super computers, which allegedly have outpaced their most direct rivals by orders of magnitude. The truth is far simpler and quite troubling. The game was rigged.

A book published in 1977 by Ronald Clark (The Man Who Broke Purple: The Life of Colonel William F. Friedman) revealed that William F. Friedman, another Russian-born genius in the field of cryptography (he deciphered the Japanese code in World War II) and onetime special assistant to the NSA director, had visited Boris Hagelin in 1957. Friedman and Hagelin met at least on two other occasions. Clark was urged by the NSA not to reveal the existence of these meetings for national security reasons. In 1982, James Bamford confirmed the story in his book on the NSA: The Puzzle Palace. The operation was codenamed the "Boris project." In effect, Friedman and Hagelin had reached an agreement that was going to pave the way to cooperation of Crypto AG with the NSA.

Crypto AG, of course, denied the allegations as "pure invention." In 1994, the company issued a message in the Swiss press, stating that "manipulation of Crypto AG equipment is absolutely excluded."

[Crypto AG engineer] Buehler was bitterly disappointed. He felt nothing short of having been betrayed by his former employer. During all these years, Buehler never thought for a second that he had been unknowingly working for spies. Now, he was sure that he had done so.

Buehler contacted several former Crypto AG employees. All admitted to him, and eventually to various media, that they believed that the company had long cooperated with US and German intelligence agencies.

One of these former engineers told Buehler that he had learned about the cooperation from Boris Hagelin Jr., the son of the company's founder and sales manager for North and South America. In the 1970s, while stranded in Buenos Aires, Boris Hagelin Jr. confided that he thought his father had been wrong to accept rigging the Crypto AG machines.

Stunned by the revelation, the engineer decided to take this matter directly to the head of Crypto AG. Boris Hagelin confirmed that the encryption methods were unsafe.

"Different countries need different levels of security. The United States and other leading Western countries required completely secure communications. Such security would not be appropriate for the Third World countries that were Crypto's customers," Boris Hagelin explained to the baffled engineer. "We have to do it."

Connecting The Many Undersea Cut Cable Dots
by
Richard Sauder
Copyright 2008.
All rights reserved. 4 February 2008

Disconnecting Undersea Optical Cable Cuts?

Jim Rogers interview by Paul Kedrosky, Yahoo Finance, February 12, 2008.

Investor Jim Rogers on knowledge of the start of the Iraq/Iran war.

"Somebody knew that Iraq and Iran were going to war."

Brzezinski knew when the Iraq/Iran war would start.

Likely others in the Carter administration knew this too.


We met with Dr_samizdat between 08:45 and 10:40.

Word "Iran" came up lots.

Payne was told and just verified

CONTROLLED PRESS CONCEALS CHERTOFF'S ISRAELI ROOTS

By Christopher Bollyn
Exclusive to American Free Press

Michael Chertoff, the new head of the Department of Homeland Security, was approved in a 98-0 vote in the U.S. Senate without the question of his Israeli roots – and nationality – even being raised.

On February 15, 2005, Michael Chertoff, an apparent dual national with Israeli roots, was sworn in as the second Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The new "homeland security czar," who oversees the U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services, seems to be hiding his own dual-national status – with the cooperation of the controlled press.

We talked about legal matters too.

Time to settle!!!

60 Minutes on Sunday evening April 27, 2008 featured a segment in how terrible Iran is moderated by Bob Simon.

The segment appeared to be PR in preparation for an attack on Iran.

Bad idea. This may precipitate WWIII.

Simon interviewed an Israeli stating that Ahamdinejad said that Iran would wipe Israel off the face of the earth.

Quotes from pro se fight bakhtiardead.htm

Imam ghoft een rezhim-e ishghalgar-e qods bayad az safheh-ye ruzgar mahv shavad.

The most infamous quote, "Israel must be wiped off the map", is the most glaringly wrong. In his October 2005 speech, Mr. Ahmadinejad never used the word "map" or the term "wiped off". According to Farsi-language experts like Juan Cole and even right-wing services like MEMRI, what he actually said was "this regime that is occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time."

DID AHMADINEJAD REALLY CALL TO "WIPE ISRAEL OFF THE MAP?

Payne got a nasty phone call from former 60 Minutes producer Don Hewett some years ago advising him to quit his efforts to get his money. Hewitt's advice was obvious rejected.

Payne was questioned in detail by suspected KBG agent Semionoff [aka Kirsov] about what exactly what happened with regard to the spy on Iran ... by email.

Semionoff [Kirsov] even emailed photos taken from his flat in Moscow.

We suspect that the subject of the spy sting on Iran will come up shortly.

Monday April 28, 2008 09:00 we have a meeting with author of Connecting The Many Undersea Cut Cable Dots.

Heading south on I-25 Saturday September 27 just of the north of Los Lunas, New Mexico.

 Thursday October 30, 2008 13:56


http://www.prosefights.org/thecanadian/thecanadian.htm#khamenei



Albuquerque Journal Thursday October 30, 2008

Read history below and higher algebra course at the University of Colorado in the summer of 1958.

Khamenei looks to be right about the length of time of bad relations.





A short and deadly history of how we got to where we are.
Monday October 20, 2008 16:52

http://www.prosefights.org/thecanadian/thecanadian.htm#tracemissing

Iran, Iraq Trace War Missing

GENEVA - Iran and Iraq have agreed to work together in tracing thousands of people still missing after the war between the countries in the 1980s, the International Committee of the Red Cross said Thursday.

The neighboring Middle Eastern countries have established how they will gather and share information about the missing and hand over any remains uncovered, the Red Cross said.

The ruinous eight-year war killed and wounded a total of 1 million people from both sides.

- Journal Wire Reports

Albuquerque Journal Friday October 17, 2008


Pentagon Plans For Iran Threat

· Conflict with Islamic republic would be 'extremely stressing 'but not impossible, Joint' Chiefs chairman says

By Ann Scott Tyson

The Washington Post WASHINGTON - The nation's top military officer said Friday that the Pentagon is planning for "potential military courses of action" against Iran, criticizing what he called the Tehran government's "increasingly lethal and malign influence" in Iraq. Adm. Michael Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said a conflict with Iran would be "extremely stressing" but not 'impossible for U.S. forces, pointing specifically to reserve capabilities in the Navy .and Air Force.

"It would be a mistake to think that we are out of combat capability," he told a Pentagon news conference. Still, Mullen made clear that he prefers a diplomatic solution to the tensions with Iran and does not foresee any imminent military action. "I have no expectations that we're going to get into a conflict with Iran in the immediate future," he said. Mullen's statements and others recently by Defense Secretary Robert Gates signal a new rhetorical onslaught by the push administration against Iran, amid what officials say is increased Iranian provision of weapons, training and financing to Iraqi groups that are attacking Americans.

In a speech Monday at West Point, Gates said Iran "is hell-bent on acquiring nuclear weapons." He said a war with Iran would be "disastrous on a number of levels. But the military option must be kept on the table; given the destabilizing policies of the regime and the risks inherent in a future Iranian nuclear threat."

Army Gen. David H. Petraeus, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, who was nominated this week to head all U.S. forces in the Middle East, is preparing a briefing soon to lay out detailed evidence of increased Iranian involvement in Iraq, Mullen said. The briefing will detail, for example, the discovery in Iraq of weapons that were very recently manufactured in Iran, he said.

"The Iranian government pledged to halt such activities some months ago. It's plainly obvious they have not. Indeed, they seem to have gone the other way," Mullen said.

He said recent unrest in the southern Iraqi city of Basra had highlighted a "level of involvement" by Iran that had not been understood by the U.S. military previously. "It became very, very visible in ways that we hadn't seen before," he said.

But although Mullen and Gates have recently said that Tehran must know of Iranian actions in Iraq, which they say are led by Iran's Revolutionary Guard, Mullen said he has "no smoking gun which could prove that the highest leadership (of Iran) is involved in this."

In an incident early Thursday, a cargo ship contracted by the U.S. military fired "several bursts" of warning shots at two fast boats that approached in international waters off Iran, military officials said Friday.

The unidentified small boats approached the Westward' Venture, a ship carrying U.S. military hardware, as it headed north through the central Persian Gulf, said Cmdr. Lydia Robertson, spokeswoman for the Navy's 5th Fleet, based in Bahrain.

The U.S. ship initiated bridge-to-bridge communications, and, after receiving no response, it fired a flare. The speedboats continued to approach, so the ship fired warning shots with a .50-caliber machine gun and M16 rifle. The boats then left the area, she said.

"They fired several bursts; it went pretty quickly," Robertson said.

Soon afterward, an Iranian coast guard boat queried the Western Venture, Robertson said. It was unclear whether it was one of the small boats.

"There have been some Iranian boats that have operated this way, and some unidentified boats," Robertson said, adding that the crew had no voice communication with the small boats.

In January, five Iranian patrol boats sped toward a U.S. warship and dropped small, boxlike objects into the water, an incident that alarmed military officials and President Bush called "a provocative act." The objects turned out to pose no threat to the USS Port Royal or two other U.S. vessels accompanying it.

Albuquerque Journal Saturday April 26, 2008

[A]nd what does that mean?

It means that peak oil is here. We’ve arrived at maximum global oil production. It means that oil production is going to decline in a few years or months. It means that America’s global dominance is coming to an end, and another era is about to be born. Money is being siphoned from the oil importing countries to the oil exporting countries at an accelerating rate. Most significant of all, the power bled from one great power is bound to accrue to another. Russia is an oil exporting country, and Russia’s strategic position is rapidly improving. Beginning with 2003 (when the U.S. invaded Iraq), the balance of power has been shifting from West to East. Some weeks ago I spoke with Andrei Illarionov, a former Kremlin economic advisor. Possessing some knowledge of oil’s relationship to economic conditions, he told me that America’s invasion of Iraq is definitely related to higher oil prices. ...

Consider, in this context, what an America air assault on Iran would do to the price of oil. It should be emphasized that the American economy cannot cope with oil prices above $120 per barrel. The American dollar is being damaged, the economic position of Asia and Europe is being damaged, and oil-importing countries in the Third World are gravely impacted.

The situation is very serious.

Tuesday July 1, 2008 09:37

http://www.prosefights.org/thecanadian/thecanadian.htm#kallisteback


The late Dr James Orlin Grabbe's website is up again on Thursday June 26, 2008. http://www.aci.net/kalliste/

Look for

... and not the other stuff, of course. :-)

NSA, Crypto AG, and the Iraq-Iran Conflict http://www.aci.net/kalliste/speccoll.htm

What information was provided to Saddam Hussein exactly? Answers to this question are currently being sought in a lawsuit against NSA in New Mexico, which has asked to see "all Iranian messages and translations between January 1, 1980 and June 10, 1996". [7]

[7] U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico, William H. Payne, Arthur R. Morales, Plaintiffs, v. Lieutenant General Kenneth A. Minihan, USAF, Director of National Security Agency, National Security Agency, Defendant, CIV NO 97 0266 SC/DJS.



This is subject of the $22,036 improperly garnished from Morales and Payne Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union savings accounts.

The NSA-Crypto AG sting

More good news

Black and White Test of Cryptographic Algorithms http://www.aci.net/kalliste/bw1.htm

is back too.

Payne was paid $100 for writing article for Laissez Faire City Times article.

Grabbe translated the article into html.

Death, we now all realize, has not slowed Dr James Orlin Grabbe significantly.

cheers.

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