Presidential Field McConnell has linked his sister Kristine Marcy’s National Security Associates World Wide (NSAWW) to the entrapment of Secret Service personnel at a Cartagena hookers' party, allegedly coordinated by Paula Reid’s lesbian pimps in Washington, D.C.
McConnell Links Obama’s Lesbian Bodyguard To Cartagena Pedophile Trap
“Fmr. Secret Service Director insists Cartagena an "aberration"”
Fmr. Secret Service Director insists Cartagena an "aberration"
“NSAWW Sponsors the 21st Annual Diplomatic Security Foundation Mike Considine Charity Golf Outing June 6th, 2011 — The 21st Annual Diplomatic Security Foundation Mike Considine Charity Golf Outing took place on Monday, June 6th, 2011 at Lansdowne Resort in Leesburg, Virginia. The DSF Charity Golf Outing raises more than $50,000 a year, which is used to further the DSF mission of providing timely financial support and charitable contributions to members of the U.S. Department of State's Diplomatic Security Service, security professionals, and other colleagues in the law enforcement and foreign affairs communities [sexual extortion = motive, opportunity and weapon]. In addition to golf, the day will include an awards luncheon and a raffle. NSAWW was a Silver Sponsor of the outing and played in the tournament.”
"Slowly The Truth Comes Out
Accurate and telling information is slowly coming out concerning the U.S. Secret Service (USSS) incident in Columbia and it is quite instructive. And apparently $800.00 a night is not the going rate for a lady of the evening in Cartagena, as I surmised.
WaPo April 22, 2012 by William Booth
Cartagena’s Night Life Spelled Trouble For Secret Service
Jimena said the prepago system was good business, for both client and service provider. To go to a room in the back of the Isis costs $100. To go to a hotel for the night would be $350, she explained, gratuities welcome.
Also of interest is that though the media is ripe with alleged details of all sorts of shenanigans by the USSS agents and officers, as well as members of the military, only one of the girls involved has been interviewed and she has disappeared. And, as pointed out earlier, did not know the agents were USSS.
The taxi drivers who work the clubs say any prostitutes who went with any of the American agents are hiding from the media and authorities. The alleged prostitute at the center of the case, who gave a single interview, to the New York Times, has left her home, her attorney said. Her picture was published in the New York Daily News from images taken from Facebook.
So, after some supposed investigation where the girls involved have not been interviewed, the USSS is taking personnel action? Not a recipe for success, as one attorney has pointed out.
Even more important is that it appears that Dania Suarez may not have been completely honest in her interview with the NYT and entrapped a luckless USSS agent.
The latest phenomenon in Cartagena prostitution is the system called “prepago,” or pre-payment, and it is designed to avoid the very kind of early-morning fee dispute that investigators say occurred in a hallway of the Hotel Caribe on April 12, when a U.S. officer from a Secret Service advance team and the woman who spent the night with him argued, loudly, which eventually attracted hotel security and Colombian police and prompted a call to the U.S. Embassy.
It is clear she wasn't practicing prepago and the likelihood that the agent, as he was in a night club and she was in undoubtedly something slinky, was just a woman of loose morals, like Sandra Fluke. Being up front about things is an honest practice, as opposed to loudly demanding money in a hotel hallway.
But more important is that the USSS manager on site in Columbia was an apparent lesbian, not that there is anything wrong with that, with a racial grievance to grind against the white power structure.
WaPo April 21, 2012
Secret Service Scandal: Rising Supervisor Set Uncovering Of Misconduct In Motion Paula Reid, the new Secret Service boss for the South American region, was in Cartagena preparing for the president’s visit when she received an urgent report: A prostitute, upset because she had not been paid by a Secret Service agent, had created a disturbance in a nearby hotel, knocking on doors and yelling in the hallways at daybreak.
With roughly 24 hours left until President Obama was due to arrive in the Colombian town, the 46-year-old Calvert County native instructed her staff to swoop into the Hotel Caribe at midday April 12 and inspect hotel registration records for all Secret Service employees. Reid, who had been staying at a nearby hotel, swiftly rounded up 11 agents and officers and ordered them out of the country. She alerted her superiors that she found early evidence of “egregious” misconduct involving prostitutes and set in motion the public uncovering of the most wide-reaching scandal at the agency in decades, according to government officials involved in the case.
All fine and dandy, a female Untouchable.
Those who know Reid said the move revealed a steely resolve that has marked her 21-year rise through the ranks of an agency whose macho reputation has again come under scrutiny. Her story offers a counterbalance to critics who contend the Secret Service has been slow to clean up its act from the “Mad Men”-era days when some agents joked that their off-duty mantra was “wheels up, rings off.”
Not that Reid, an intensely private person, would admit it. In an interview, she offered few new details of her role, sticking to what colleagues described as her businesslike approach.
Until further in we get the Al Sharpton wannabe angle:
After growing up in Calvert County, Reid graduated from the University of Maryland. She joined the Secret Service at age 25 after visiting an NAACP job fair that sought to encourage minority applicants for law enforcement jobs.
According to a promotional interview years later that Reid granted to help recruit more female agents, she studied criminal justice in college and was debating whether to go to law school or become an investigator when she chose the service.
“I can’t imagine not being in law enforcement,” she said then, according to the interview, published in an online newsletter, Women for Hire.
Reid’s time in the agency has not been rosy throughout.
Ten years after entering the service at the bottom rung, she joined as a plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit that claimed the agency engaged in racial discrimination against African American personnel. She provided a declaration giving examples of ways black agents were relegated to lesser assignments. In the broader suit, some of the plaintiffs contended that senior managers had often used racial epithets to describe criminal suspects but were not reprimanded for their comments.
She eventually withdrew from the case, which continues but has since dwindled to a smaller number of plaintiffs. Still, as a black woman, Reid stood out in a mostly white-male agency.
A racist ambulance chaser but not even a successful one, or perhaps they bought her off with undeserved promotions. But she clearly has it in for the man, the white man.
So, in the end, we have some randy soldiers and agents, nothing one does not expect from alpha males, trying to pick up girls at a nightclub and a large group drinking a couple of bottles of vodka.
Usually white bull lesbians are good to work with in law enforcement, they think themselves just one of the guys and there is no sexual tension. But bring in a three-fer, and all you have is trouble and grievance mongering. And someone with an agenda, getting back at those who oppressed her.”
“http://spectator.org/archives/2012/04/24/the-perfect-storm-of-liberalis The American Spectator ... The Perfect Storm of Liberalism has arrived. The Perfect Storm of Liberalism By JEFFREY LORD on 4.24.12 @ 6:09A Racial quotas, political correctness ignite scandals: the Secret Service, Ft. Hood, GSA. … A professional collapse inside the several departments and agencies of the United States government created by a decades-long erosion of standards. An erosion fed by all manner of deadly liberal obsessions from racial quotas to political correctness to an addiction to lawsuits, the tolerance for a culture of out of control spending, wildly improper personal behavior, and more. This deadly combination is now surfacing repeatedly in scandals as seemingly different as those engulfing the Secret Service, the GSA, the U.S. military, the Department of Justice [Kristine Marcy launched DOJ Pride in 1994 and gave its members custody of the $1 + billion Asset Forfeiture Fund], and every other tentacle of the federal government imaginable. … The sense of duty -- a deep commitment -- isn't something a person who is dedicated to their purpose can abandon. It's ingrained in body and soul, a habit and creed. When people abandon it with malice aforethought, as the suspects in the Cartagena incident apparently did by planning the big party in advance, that act bespeaks of an abandonment of duty that runs too deep for the agency to function. The fact that two Secret Service supervisors are among them tells me that the problem is not something that can be solved by firing a few people. And, if you believe the U.S. News and World Report study of the Secret Service from a decade ago, these problems have been building for too long without anyone taking them on.”
“http://www.nsaww.com/leadership_parker.html James (Jim) Parker joined Nat'l Security Associates WorldWide (NSAWW) as a Principal in November 2007. Mr. Parker is an innovative senior executive with over 30 years cumulative supervisory experience in dealing with strategy, national security issues, and international and domestic business development .. Before joining NSAWW, Mr. Parker established James E. Parker and Associates, a business development firm offering consulting services to senior management of Fortune 500 companies and nonprofit organizations. As the founder of the firm, he was responsible for creating new client relationships for Fortune 100 companies within the U.S. Department of State at the SES level, and also with the Customs and Border Protection Directorate within the Department of Homeland Security. [SES, DoJ Pride and DoJ/Treasury Asset Forfeiture funds were all created and run by Kristine Marcy and her LGBT colleagues] Prior to his work in the private sector, Mr. Parker completed a highly successful career of 25 years in the U.S. Secret Service (USSS) culminating in his appointment as Resident Agent in Charge of the Ft. Myers, Florida field office. Before acting as RAIC in the Ft. Myers office, Mr. Parker served as Special Agent with the Louisville, Kentucky field office, during which time he managed all intelligence activity which occurred in the state of Kentucky for the USSS. Further, he supervised the Secret Service security details being provided to visiting Heads of State while visiting the United States and coordinated presidential security advances for Presidents Reagan, Bush and Clinton to Kentucky. Previously, Mr. Parker served as Special Agent with the Presidential Protection Division of the USSS. More specifically, he served on President Carter's and President Reagan's personal security detail. He led advance teams in the planning for visits of the President, First Lady and family members both domestically and internationally, and planned the security arrangements for the 1980 Inaugural Parade, as it related to the President and First Lady. Mr. Parker began his career with the U.S. Secret Service as Special Agent with the Washington, DC Field Office. During that time, he was responsible for conducting criminal investigations relating to jurisdictions of the Secret Service . Before joining the U.S. Secret Service, Mr. Parker served in the United States Navy, during which time he was selected for Naval Flight Training. When he completed his service he left the Navy with the rank of Lieutenant. Mr. Parker is a graduate of the Navy's Aviation Officers Candidate School and a graduate of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Secret Service Academy. He also holds a BS in Business Administration from the University of Tampa. He resides with his family in Ft. Myers, Florida.”
“Ms. Kristine M. Marcy
Member, Board of Advisors [National Security Association WorldWide – NSAWW]
Ms. Marcy is a mission-oriented attorney with 30 years' federal government experience, currently serving as an associate with a business development consulting firm, helping to foster successful alliances between government and commercial partners. She is a charter member of the Senior Executive Service and has expertise and program experience in many areas, including information technology (IT), financial management, appropriations and procurement, aviation security, transportation systems, education, construction, law, and law enforcement.
Ms. Marcy's last appointment in government was from 1999 to 2001 as the Chief Operating Officer of the U.S. Small Business Administration. In that role, she ensured that major initiatives of the Administrator were accomplished in a timely manner and in compliance with congressional standards. She also led the agency's Modernization Initiative—a multiyear, multiprogram effort to reform SBA's service delivery mechanisms to meet changes in the private financial sector. This involved streamlining financial and loan processing systems; reengineering work processes; and training, reorganizing, and allocating staff to meet new product and market requirements.
From 1997 to 1999, Ms. Marcy served as the Senior Counsel for Detention and Deportation at the Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), where she oversaw the full range of INS detention and deportation programs and addressed multiple infrastructure and management problems stemming from rapid growth (up 45 percent) in the detention program.
Prior to her position at INS, Ms. Marcy served for five years as the Associate Director for Operations Support of the Department of Justice, U.S. Marshals Service (USMS). There, she directed DOJ's detention program for more than 23,000 prisoners (the nation's largest). In 1995, she was assigned responsibility by the Attorney General for developing a DOJ-wide transportation system known as the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System, or JPATS—a nationwide network of leased commercial and government-owned aircraft and ground vehicles. While at the USMS, she also developed a prisoner medical services program and directed the agency's $1.6 billion seized assets program that redirected proceeds forfeited by criminals and crime organizations to local and Federal law enforcement.
From 1990 to 1992, Ms. Marcy was the Associate Deputy Attorney General for the Department of Justice. In this role, she served as a lawyer who prepared the Deputy Attorney General for duties related to budget and appropriations, executive personnel, and other management areas. She also oversaw activities of the Justice Management Division, Bureau of Prisons, Office of Justice Programs, the Inspector General, and the U.S. Trustees (bankruptcy program).
Prior to joining the Department of Justice, Ms. Marcy served in a variety of other roles throughout the federal government, including: Acting Director and Deputy Director of the Department of Interior, Office of Construction Management; Deputy Budget Director of the Department of Interior; Deputy Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at the Department of Education; Assistant Director for the Office of Personnel Management, Human Resources, Veterans and Labor Group; Deputy Executive Director of the Department of Energy, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; Budget Examiner at the Office of Management and Budget; Special Assistant to the Director of the U.S. Price Commission, Price and Wage Control Program; and a variety of management functions in the Office of Economic Opportunity.
Ms. Marcy has achieved Senior Executive Service (SES) Performance and Special Achievement Awards at the Departments of Education, Interior, Justice, and the Small Business Administration. She was the 1996 recipient of Vice President Gore's Hammer Award for Reinventing Government Programs for her work in creating the Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System. She received the Presidential Rank Award for Meritorious Service in 1994, the Attorney General's Award for Excellence in Management in 1993, the Secretary of Education's Award for Outstanding Services in 1981 and the Director's Award of Meritorious Service, Office of Personnel Management, in 1980.
Ms. Marcy is a member of the District of Columbia Bar, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces Bar, and U.S. Supreme Court Bar. She is an advisor with the Presidential Management Intern Program. Additionally, she is a member of the Board of Directors for Worldwide Assurance for Employees of Public Agencies, Inc. (an association providing life insurance for federal employees), a Past Member of the Board of Directors of George Washington Law Alumni Association and an Elected Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration.
Ms. Marcy received a Bachelor of the Arts in French from the University of Hawaii, followed by a Master of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University Graduate School. She also completed received a JD degree from George Washington University Law School, and she has attended the Harvard University Business School/John F. Kennedy School of Government Program for Senior Executives in Government.”
“With the value of the global homeland security market projected to grow to $178 billion by 2015, Nat'l Security Associates WorldWide LLC (NSAWW) was formed to assist companies in successfully realizing their full potential in addressing the challenges and opportunities of the world's burgeoning homeland and national security markets. Our clients range from Fortune 100 firms to promising start-ups operating in the United States and internationally.”
Please visit the links below to learn how a McConnell administration will remove Marcy's pimps from position of influence and restore a sense of professionalism, duty and honor to the agencies and departments of the United States government.