By Stew Webb
During my investigations of the Denver Organized Crime Money Launderers who launder Narco Money for the Five Gulf Cartels Leonard Millman and Larry Mizel who is a Director of “AIPAC” the American Israel Political Action Committee, Dan Lasater was the conduit to Denver through Lasater and Company and connected to the famous White Water Development. Lasater pleaded guilty in 1986 to federal cocaine charges and was sentenced to 30 months in prison. He had been a fundraiser for then-Gov. Clinton and had employed Clinton’s brother, Roger Clinton. In 1990, Gov. Clinton granted Lasater a conditional pardon that allowed him to get a hunting license.
AIPAC the Denver Illuminati Wizards Espionage and Frauds
Frauds Are Us At MDC-NYSE
This group of players were also tied to “B.C.C.I.” Bank of Credit and Commerce International
The Outlaw Bank by Jonathan Beaty Stew Webb Contributor
and Charles Keating Lincoln Saving and Loan the money laundering case that sent Keating to Prison. Hillary Clinton and The Rose Law Firm was the first attorney to represent Jackson Stephens and BCCI Bank of Credit and Commerce International from a SEC Suit in 1978 case Number 78-0469 and the BCCI Keating case Time line in the 1992 RICO lawsuit that put Lincoln Savings and Loan owner Charles Keating in Prison, Charles Keating died in 2014. MDC Holdings, Inc. MDC-NYSE did Frauds Upon The Court in their settlement claiming they were in Bankrupts when they actually had nearly 12 Billion in assets mainly much of the American Continental Corps looted assets.
The Family That Preys Together
Summer, 1992 by Jack Colhoun
GEORGE JR.’S BCCI CONNECTION Stew Webb Contributor
“This is an incredible deal, unbelievable for this small company,” energy analyst Charles Strain told Forbes magazine, describing the oil production sharing agreement the Harken Energy Corporation signed in January 1990 with Bahrain.
Under the terms of the deal, Harken was given the exclusive right to explore for gas and oil off the shores of the Gulf island nation. If gas or oil were found in waters near two of the world’s largest gas and oil fields, Harken would have exclusive marketing and transportation rights for the energy resources. Truly an “incredible deal” for a company that had never drilled an offshore well.
Strain failed to point out, however, the one fact that puts the Harken deal in focus: George Bush, Jr., the eldest son of George and Barbara Bush of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC, is a member of Harken’s board of directors, a consultant, and a stockholder in the Texas-based company. In light of this connection, the deal makes more sense. The involvement of Junior-George Walker Bush’s childhood nickname-with Harken is a walking conflict of interest.
His relationship to President Bush, rather than any business acumen, made him a valuable asset for Harken, the Republican Party benefactors, Middle East oil sheikhs and covert operators who played a part in Harken’s Bahrain deal.
In fact, Junior’s track record as an oilman is pretty dismal. He began his career in Midland, Texas, in the mid-1970s when he founded Arbusto Energy, Inc. When oil prices dropped in the early 1980s, Arbusto fell upon hard times. Junior was only rescued from business failure when his company was purchased by Spectrum 7 Energy Corporation, a small oil firm owned by William DeWitt and Mercer Reynolds.
As part of the September 1984 deal, Bush became Spectrum 7’s president and was given a 13.6 percent share in the company’s stock. Oil prices stayed low and within two years, Spectrum 7 was in trouble.
In the six months before Spectrum 7 was acquired by Harken in 1986, it had lost
$400,000. In the buyout deal, George “Jr.” and his partners were given more than $2 million worth of Harken stock for the 180-well operation. Made a director and hired as a “consultant” to Harken, Junior received another $600,000 of Harken stock, and has been paid between $42,000 and $120,000 a year since 1986.
Junior’s value to Harken soon became apparent when the company needed an
infusion of cash in the spring of 1987. Junior and other Harken officials met with Jackson Stephens, head of Stephens, Inc., a large investment bank in Little Rock, Arkansas (Stephens made a $100,000 contribution to the Reagan-Bush campaign in 1980 and gave another $100,000 to the Bush dinner committee in 1990.)
In 1987, Stephens made arrangements with Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) to provide $25 million to Harken in return for a stock interest in Harken. As part of
the Stephens-brokered deal, Sheikh Abdullah Bakhsh, a Saudi real estate tycoon and financier, joined Harken’s board as a major investor. *5 Stephens, UBS, and Bakhsh each have ties to the scandal-ridden Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI).
It was Stephens who suggested in the late 1970s that BCCI purchase what became First American Bankshares in Washington, D.C. BCCI later acquired First American’s predecessor, Financial General Bankshares. At the time of the Harken investment, UBS was a joint-venture partner with BCCI in a bank in Geneva, Switzerland. Bakhsh has been an investment partner in Saudi Arabia with Gaith Pharoan, identified by the U.S. Federal Reserve Board as a “front man” for BCCI’s secret acquisitions of U.S. banks.
Stephens, Inc. played a role in the Harken deal with Bahrain as well. Former Stephens bankers David and Mike Edwards contacted Michael Ameen, the former chief of Mobil Oil’s Middle East operations, when Bahrain broke off 1989 talks with Amoco for a gas and oil exploration contract. The Edwardses recommended Harken for the job and urged Ameen to get in touch with Bahrain, which he did.
“In the midst of Harken’s talks with Bahrain, Ameen- simultaneously working
as a State Department consultant-briefed the incoming U.S. ambassador in Bahrain, Charles Hostler,” the Wall Street Journal noted, adding that Hostler, a San Diego real estate investor, was a $100,000 contributor to the Republican Party. Hostler claimed he never discussed Harken with the Bahrainis.
Harken lacked sufficient financing to explore off the coast of Bahrain so it
brought in Bass Enterprises Production Company of Fort Worth, Texas, as a partner. The Bass family contributed more than $200,000 to the Republican
Party in the late 1980s and early 1990s. *9 On June 22, 1990, George Jr. sold
two-thirds of his Harken stock for $848,560-a cool 200 percent profit. The move was well timed. One week after Junior sold his stock, Harken announced a $23.2 million loss in quarterly earnings and Harken stock dropped sharply, losing 60 percent of its value over the next six months. On August 2, 1990, Iraqi troops moved into Kuwait and 541,000 U.S. forces were deployed to the Gulf.
“There is substantial evidence to suggest that Bush knew Harken was in dire straits in the weeks before he sold the $848,560 of Harken stock,” asserted
U.S. News & World Report. The magazine noted Harken appointed Junior to a “fairness committee” to study possible economic restructuring of the company. Junior worked closely with financial advisers from Smith Barney, Harris Upham & Company, who concluded “only drastic action could save Harken.”
George “Jr.” also violated Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations which require “insider” stock deals to be reported promptly, in Bush’s
case by July 10, 1990. He didn’t file the stock sale with the SEC until the first
week of March 1991.
George W. Bush SPEECH JULY 9, 2002
To expose corporate corruption, I asked Congress four months ago for funding
to place 100 new enforcement personnel in the SEC. And I call on Congress to
act quickly on this request. Today, I announced my administration is asking
Congress for an additional $100 million in the coming year to give the SEC
officers and the technology it needs to enforce the law.
The Narcotics Money was part of Col. Oliver North, Gov. Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton and George HW Bush’s Mena, AR. Illegal Iran Contra Drug smuggling and Money Laundering operations. Larry Nichols went public in 1992 during Bill Clinton’s presidential race and during the Clinton’s 8 years in the White House. Many people were murdered surrounding the Mena, Arkansas Illegal Narcotics and Money Laundering.
Hillary Clinton has direct ties to AIPAC and Bush Organized Crime Figures, Bill and Hillary Clinton’s Attorney James M. Lyons served on the Board of Directors of MDC Holding, Inc. MYC-NYSE which is the parent company that owned the now defunct Silverado Saving and Loan in Denver were Neil Bush was a Director and the son of George HW Bush.
Organized Crime Figures George HW Bush and Lenard Millman’s attorney Norman Phillip Brownstein an AIPAC Director served on the Board of Directors of MDC Holdings, Inc. and also served on the Board of Directors of Chubb Insurance Company of Denver who paid Bill Clinton’s legal fees from Bill Clinton’s impeachment proceeding and lawsuits involving Paula Jones and Jennifer Flowers.
Hillary Clinton laundered $2.5 Billion Dollars of her illegal Narcotics Money cut through M&L Business Machines Company of Denver, M&L collapsed in 1990-1990 as became known as the largest check kitting scandal ever. In 1997 Leonard Millman was indicted over bribing U.S. Attorneys, Public Officials including but not limited to former Denver Mayor Fredrico Pena who was the Clinton’s Secretary of Energy who had to resign over his indictment. Leonard Millman agreed to a $80 Million dollar fine, Millman’s “Buffers” Larry Mizel, Norman Brownstein, Fredrico Pena and others paid another $20 million in fines and never went to Prison. This Whistleblower was invited to appear before that Grand Jury to present all my evidence and I refused knowing that this was a limited white wash of all Leonard Millman’s crimes under a secret Justice Department Settlement that was later sealed under National Security by Bill Clinton. Leonard Millman was this Whistleblower and author of this story’s ex wife’s father another article on “Denver’s Illuminati Princess Kerre Millman manipulator liar and attempted murderer” is forth coming.