Are players in the largest domestic spying case in U.S. history still at it?





The largest domestic spying case in U.S. history was the US vs. Mary Sue Hubbard in 1982. That trial ended in a US Federal Court in Washington DC with the criminal conviction of members of the Scientology organization. Twenty years later, during this current period of supposedly heightened national security, defendants and co-conspirators from that same domestic spying case are providing Wireless Networking and VPN { Virtual Private Networking ) for United States governmental agencies.


Putting it more specifically, the same crew, from Scientology, that illegally entered IRS offices, made a wax impression of a key, then went back with a forged key and faked IRS ID's to burglarize Assistant US Attorney General's offices, and IRS Chief Counsel offices, and who planted a microphone in a conference room in IRS offices ( see Grand Jury indictment) are now handing out VPN services- 'Virtual Private Networking' for secure communications between government agencies?



Wireless! WebConnect is actually a member of World Institute of Scientology Enterprises (WISE = Scientology see the IRS Secret closing agreement webbed by the Wall Street Journal .)The company, Business Tel, which now uses the new name, Wireless! Web Connect, is still listed in the WISE 2001 directory

From the WISE 2001 Directory:

Business Tel: Deac Finn
6302 Sponson Lane
San Jose, CA 95123-5619
United States
(1) 408-323-0100

WISE is one of the many front groups used by Scientology, a member of WISE uses Scientology's management data to run its operations, based upon L Ron Hubbard. They try to keep the Scientology name out of it, but it is just part of the show.



From WWC's filing before the Securities and Exchange Commission

Wireless WebConnect! was founded in 1991 under the name Business Tel to integrate the disciplines of public relations, marketing, inbound and outbound call centers, inside and outside sales and customer retention activities to round out a full-service subscriber acquisition model. As of March 1, 2001, there were 90 employees of Wireless WebConnect!. Wireless WebConnect! started out in the long distance reselling industry where it established sales offices for a publicly held company in numerous major United States markets and supported them via a centralized 100-person call center operation.


Deac Finn is actually Gerald T. Finn, or GT Finn, he refers to himself on the following WWC corporate profile as

G. T. Finn
Founder and President

Mr. Finn spent the 1970's working in various social reform organizations in the New England area including VISTA (domestic Peace Corps), and the Robert F. Kennedy Action Corps. He established several community and institution drug rehabilitation programs that still exist today. In the 1980's he was Executive Director of an international consulting firm where he assisted business executives in learning and applying the principles of "Statistical Management & Quality Control" used today in Wireless WebConnect!. In this position Mr. Finn traveled throughout Europe, Africa, Mexico and the US servicing clients in many different industries. In 1990 he settled in the San Jose area and founded Business Tel as a customer acquisition company servicing telecommunications and high tech companies, which has now evolved into Wireless WebConnect!

The "community and institution drug rehabilitation programs" that he established are, most likely, franchises of "Narconon", the Scientology "drug rehabilitation program" that is chiefly used to recruit the unwary and the vulnerable into the cult.

Gerald T. "Deac" Finn was the one that ran Guardian's office operative Steve Dardano "The planting of a church member as a volunteer inside the state attorney general's office to intercept consumer complaints about Scientology"  in Boston Massachusetts. See Dardano Testimony from Clearwater Commission Hearings. Also from a Boston Globe Article

"We were a conspiracy formed by the church against The Boston Globe, the Attorney General's office, the Better Business Bureau . . .

and Paulette Cooper . . ." Dardano added in Clearwater.

"We considered anyone and everyone an enemy of the church."

 Gerald "Deac" Finn is also a former director of IMU Services Inc., a shell corporation associated with the International Association of Scientologists. See Florida Corporate Records Database (note: site works best late at night when server is not busy). The address of record for IMU was 118 N Ft Harrison Avenue, Clearwater FL This was the location in 1990 of an INCOMM mainframe [closet sized ] and main computer system for Scientology activities in Clearwater. Also was the Telex communications room for Flag Land Base. Offices for the CMO (Commodores Messenger Org), RTC Representative, FLB Finance, and International Finance. As well as the Freewinds Liasion Office. More registries at 118 N Ft Harrison are here.

He is also a former member of the Guardian's Office, the Church's quasi-legal secret service and intelligence gathering wing, which was dismantled in the early eighties after a dozen of its members were indicted for attempting to steal documents critical of Scientology from various government office buildings, including the IRS and the Department of Justice.


(Click here for more information on the Guardian's Office.)

In December 1994, Gerald Finn was indicted in Spain as part of a massive state action against the Church of Scientology. He was one of only two Americans named in the indictment. (The other is Church of Scientology International President Heber Jentzsch.)

In the 1982 stipulation settlement in US vs MSH there is also a JANET FINN listed, this may be his wife... (see page 183 of the stipulation)


WWC's  Phillip Jepsen, Senior Vice President Operations, has a Scientology web page
And while you're at it, read the Scientology web page of WWC's  Neil Byrne, Senior Vice President New Business Development.


Wireless Webconnect lists a number of strategic partnerships worth observing, particularly one with Intnet, or the Intelligence Network, Inc., the Florida ISP run by Deac's fellow Scientologists and also ex Scientology Guardian's Office alumnus George Pilat (see page 247 of US  vs MSH Stipulation) (and his lovely wife Suzi) as well as Bruce Ullman (see page 23 of US vs MSH Stipulation) (For more information on George Pilate and Suzi, visit the "Where are they now?" Snow White conspirators website.)

Ullman is George Pilat's partner  is also a named unindicted co conspirator in U.S.  vs Mary Sue Hubbard. Ullman was close friends with state witness Michael Miesner. Michael Mieser provided states evidence in exchange for immunity.

From Stipulations in US vs MSH, page 23

"Also present at this meeting were the defendants Mitchell Hermann and Bruce Ullman who held the position of Information Branch II Director { in the Guardians Office of Scientology ] in the District of Columbia. Alverzo showed Meisner the bugging device which he had brought with him from Los Angeles."

See Michael Meisner in Federal Grand Jury Indictment.

http//www.intnet.net/News.html (Scroll down for the WWC release).



 WWC is also involved with Fortress Technologies, which also has many Scientology connections, including Scientologist Board Member Kenneth Gerbino. They were sued recently by a Jewish employee for religious descrimination



Wireless Webconnect (WWC), a high speed internet connection provider with ties to Richochet, is also "advised" by the mysterious RC&A Group, as explained in this press release  - The RC&A Group is named in the Raul Lopez Lawsuit against Scientology, Also known as the Ostrich Egg Swindle



http//www.wwc.com/press/press20000830.html

Notice, Robert Cefail as listed as contact for . investor relations. You can read a bit more about the merger on the WWC site at this page



http//www.thercagroup.com/icap_2_news.htm

Robert Cefail is ALSO currently one of the defendants in this ongoing lawsuit (www.raullopez.org).

New Times LA, a respected local alternative weekly, wrote this story about the case, which also mentions the Cefails involvement in bilking Lopez out of his money

For more information on Scientology, visit www.xenu.net



For information on another Scientology-related bankruptcy/fraud/pyramid scheme, visit www.slatkinfraud.com



Stacy Brooks statement after reading this report:

"When the Dictrict of Columbia Federal Court ordered that the Guardians Office be disbanded, ' David Miscavige [ head of scientology ] told them "You guys will be working for me for the rest of your lives"



Deac Finn was AG B1 {"Scientology Assistant Guardian for Bureau 1, Intelligence" ) in Boston, this is a dirty tricks division that still operates today under the name of "OSA" office of Special Affairs, which is int he same department of the same organization board used by Scientology to this day.

 



Now look at wwc's client list from their site:

Our Customers We are proud of having provided wireless data solutions to many companies and agencies. Included amongst these are

Federal

The White House
Secret Service
US Census Bureau
US Army
US Navy
US Coast Guard
FBI
NASA
FEMA
CIA
Department of Energy
Department of Defense
Department of State
Department of Commerce
Department of Treasury
Department of Justice
Department of Interior
Department of Education
US Information Agency
General Services Administration (GSA)
National Institute of Standards (NIST)
DARPA
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Department of Health & Human Services
Department of Veterans Affairs
Department of Transportation
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

 This doesn't look right to me, how about you?

Sincerely,

Arnaldo Lerma
Citizens Against Corruption
703 241 1498
6045 N 26th Rd
Arlington VA 22207


see MAIN lermanet2.com index page for recent news of infiltrations of the Slovak government.

Also see pages concerning Top Secret NATO documents in Scientology possession in Greece.

"That these defendants were willing to frame their critics to the point of giving false testimony under oath against them and having them arrested and indicted speaks legions for their disdain for the rule of law. Indeed, they arrogantly placed themselves above the law, meting out their personal brand of punishment to those 'guilty' of opposing their selfish aims.

"The crime committed by these defendants is of a breadth and scope previously unheard of. No building, office, desk, or file was safe from their snooping and prying. No individual or organization was free from their despicable conspiratorial minds. The tools of their trade were miniature transmitters, lock picks, secret codes, forged credentials, and any other device they found necessary to carry out their conspiratorial schemes. It is interesting to note that the founder of their organization, unindicted co-conspirator L. Ron Hubbard, wrote in his dictionary entitled Modern Management Technology Defined ... that 'truth is what is true for you.' Thus, with the founder's blessings they could wantonly commit perjury as long as it was in the interest of Scientology. The defendants rewarded criminal activities that ended in success and sternly rebuked those that failed. The standards of human conduct embodied in such practices represent no less than the absolute perversion of any known ethical value system.

"In view of this, it defies the imagination that these defendants have the unmitigated audacity to seek to defend their actions in the name of 'religion.' That these defendants now attempt to hide behind the sacred principles of freedom of religion, freedom of speech and the right to privacy -- which principles they repeatedly demonstrated a willingness to violate with impunity -- adds insult to the injuries which they have inflicted on every element of society."

-- Judge Richey in the sentencing of Mary Sue Hubbard and ten other Scientologists in October 1978 -- US District Court, Washington DC

 More judicial quotes here