Record of email exchange with Congressman Nadler

 (NYC office): 2009-2011

This is a record of the email exchange between me and Jerrold Nadler, the U.S. Representative for New York’s 8th congressional district – my NYC congressman. The email exchange with him has been fruitless. Despite promises to assist, recent correspondence (past 12 months) has met with no response.

 I have been attempting to have the FBI held accountable in the US for their interference with me, my family and friends following publication of a research report on US mining company Freeport McMoran, published while I worked on Wall Street as mining analyst for a large investment bank (SBC Warburg, now part of UBS).

Coincidentally, Congressman Nadler is also a member of the House Judiciary Committee which has oversight responsibility of the FBI’s activities. (I am a dual Australian/US citizenship with voting rights in both countries).

  • Recent emails shown at top of list.
  • Partially redacted version – I have deleted/reformatted email addresses and contact details.
  • Color code: Red: emails from Congressman Nadler’s office; or no response ;  Blue: emails from Wilson

Background: 

FBI AND ASIO* POWER DIRECTED TO SILENCING WHISTLEBLOWERS

 FBI and ASIO abuses hidden and ignored.

Surveillance of and interference with analysts, writers and other professionals standard practice.

Former Wall Street Analyst (Australian working for SBC Warburg – now part of UBS) Wilson (dual US citizen) targeted after publishing report touching on US State Department investigation into allegations US copper/gold mining company Freeport McMoran was involved in the killing of indigenous protestors in West Papua, Indonesia.

 ASIO/FBI interference with Wilson and other “soft” targets includes:

Black Listing – damaging targets’ economic means, and social and professional standing.

  • Arbitrary Interference – with family members including young children, their teachers and the parents of children’s friends; ASIO also extensively interferes with targets’ other social and peer networks.
  • Intrusive Surveillance – eg collection of targets’ medical, financial, academic and tax records; home intrusion – placement of video and audio recording devices in living and bedrooms; and correspondence – eg monitoring phone, email and browser – of target, family, peers and friends.
  • Vengeful Distribution and Intrusion of Privacy – targets’ friends, peers and family are recruited by ASIO, given ‘security clearance’, then provided with targets’ personal surveillance video, audio and records, including home/bedroom surveillance. The objective is to embarrass, humiliate and isolate the target.
  • Blocking Access to Justice – interference and collusion with targets’ lawyers.
  • Blocking access to Media – interference and collusion with journalists and media outlets/publications.

 Þ     ASIO/FBI “payback” is a cruel and unusual punishment – practices which Australian and U.S. oversight bodies permit – but which are of no value to national security.

 ‘* ASIO is the Australian domestic intelligence agency that works closely with the FBI.

Email exchange:

 Sent: Thursday, 10 November 2011 9:56 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Cc: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Wallach, Ellen)
Subject: FW: XXXXX Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Hi Celine,

I have not heard back from you since December 2010 – nearly 12 months, despite a number of attempts to contact you. At that time you confirmed that Congressman Nadler, a member of the House Judiciary Committee –  a Committee which has oversight responsibility for the FBI,  would raise my concerns with staffers at the Committee and you would provide me with feedback.

As a registered Federal Voter in Congressman Nadler’s NYC district I initiated dialogue with his NYC office over two years ago. I would like to bring closure to this matter of prolonged FBI interference with myself (ongoing for 15 years) and I seek my Congressman’s help in this regard. I am concerned that there has been no further communication from you and would appreciate any clarification of the status of your enquiries into this matter.

Thanks and regards.

xxxxxx Wilson

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

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 From: Wilson
Sent: Thursday, 6 October 2011 8:47 AM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: FW: XXXXXXX Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Hi Celine,

I will be in NY next Tuesday – Thursday (11-13 Oct). Would it be possible to schedule a meeting with you or Congressman Nadler to discuss the status of my complaint concerning the FBI?

Thanks and regards.

xxxxxx Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

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 From: Wilson
Sent: Friday, 15 April 2011 9:46 AM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: FW: xxxxx Wilson

Hi Celine,

I hope you are well and enjoying the Spring.

Would it be possible to let me know whether you are still working on my complaint about FBI interference with me after I published an analyst report while working on Wall Street about US mining company Freeport McMoran that touched on the US State Department’s investigation of the company for its alleged role in the killing of indigenous protestors at is mine in West Papua, Indonesia, and also whether you are able to provide me an update on whether there have been responses to the various enquiries previously made on my behalf by yourself?

I appreciate your support in this matter and look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks and regards.

xxxxxxx

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

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 From: Wilson
Sent: Thursday, 12 May 2011 10:51 AM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: FW: xxxxxxx Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Hi Celine,

Are you in a position to be able to confirm the status of the below discussions?

Thanks and regards.

xxxxxx Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

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 From: Wilson
Sent: Friday, 4 March 2011 9:17 AM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: xxxxxx Wilson

Hi Celine,

I called your office yesterday and today.

Is it possible to receive an update on where things are at with the various letters you sent and approach by Congressman Nadler to the House Judiciary Committee?

Is there a suitable time for me to call you?

Thanks and regards.

xxxxxxx

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

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 From: Wilson
Sent: Thursday, 27 January 2011 9:52 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: RE: xxxxxx Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Hi Celine,

Is it possible for any feedback at this point – could I give you a call to discuss? Do you know if Congressman Nadler has had an opportunity to raise or progress this matter with the House Judiciary Staff at this time?

Thanks for your help.

Best regards.

xxxxxxx Wilson

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 From: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Sent: Thursday, 6 January 2011 7:23 AM
To: Wilson
Subject: Read: FW: xxxxx Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Your message was read on Wednesday, January 05, 2011 3:23:16 PM (GMT-05:00) Eastern
Time (US & Canada).

[Automated reply – receipt confirmation]

 

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 From: Wilson
Sent: Thursday, 6 January 2011 10:14 AM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: RE: xxxxxx Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Hi Celine,

What is the timing you anticipate for Congressman Nadler to raise the matter as per below email?

Thanks and regards.

Xxxxxxx Wilson

 

 

2010 email exchange with Congressman Nadler’s office (NYC)

(2009 further below)

From: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Sent: Wednesday, 1 December 2010 4:21 AM
To: Wilson
Subject: RE: xxxxxx Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Hi XXXXX—

Thanks for your email and for sending copies of the letters.  Congressman Nadler will discuss this matter with the House Judiciary Staff on your behalf.

Thanks,

Celine

Celine Mizrahi

Manhattan Director

Congressman Jerrold Nadler (NY-08)

201 Varick Street, Suite 669

New York, NY 10014

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 From: Wilson
Sent: Monday, November 29, 2010 6:45 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: FW: xxxxxx Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Hi Celine,

Could you please confirm Congressman Nadler’s intention to refer this matter to the House Judiciary Committee for investigation. Is there a time that is good for me to call to discuss?

Thank you.

Regards.

xxxxxx Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

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 From: Wilson
Sent: Wednesday, 24 November 2010 6:19 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: FW: xxxxxx Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Hi Celine,

I have resent the House Judiciary Letter directly to Congressman Conyers (and cc’ed you). As a member of congress is generally required to request the Committee investigate a particular matter, is it possible that Congressman Nadler make such request to the House Judiciary Committee on my behalf regards this matter?

Thanks and regards.

xxxxxxx Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

House Judiciary Committee: No response

Congressman Nadler: No response

________________________________________________________________________________

 From: Wilson
Sent: Wednesday, 24 November 2010 6:13 PM
To: ‘john.conyers@mail.house.gov’
Cc: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: FW: xxxxxxxx Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Dear Sir,

Please find attached my letter to the House Judiciary Committee sent 15 September 2010.

I called the committee to confirm receipt and the office indicated no record of the letter was logged. They suggested I forward it to you directly.

Sincerely,

xxxxxxx Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

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 From: Wilson
Sent: Monday, November 29, 2010 6:45 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: FW: xxxxx Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Hi Celine,

Could you please confirm Congressman Nadler’s intention to refer this matter to the House Judiciary Committee for investigation. Is there a time that is good for me to call to discuss?

Thank you.

Regards.

Xxxxx  Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

________________________________________________________________________________

 From: Wilson
Sent: Wednesday, 24 November 2010 6:19 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: FW: xxx Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Hi Celine,

I have resent the House Judiciary Letter directly to Congressman Conyers (and cc’ed you). As a member of congress is generally required to request the Committee investigate a particular matter, is it possible that Congressman Nadler make such request to the House Judiciary Committee on my behalf regards this matter?

Thanks and regards.

XXXXX Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

House Judiciary Committee: No response

Congressman Nadler: No response

________________________________________________________________________________

 From: Wilson

Sent: Wednesday, 24 November 2010 6:13 PM
To: ‘john.conyers@mail.house.gov’
Cc: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: FW: xxxxx Wilson: House Committee on the Judiciary letter – 15 Sept 2010

Dear Sir,

Please find attached my letter to the House Judiciary Committee sent 15 September 2010.

I called the committee to confirm receipt and the office indicated no record of the letter was logged. They suggested I forward it to you directly.

Sincerely,

xxxxxx Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

From: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Sent: Tuesday, 18 May 2010 9:23 AM
To: Wilson
Subject: Re: xxxxx wilson

Hi xxxxxx-

My apologies for the delay. I have sent the letters that we discussed and am waiting for a response. I will follow up to try to expedite things and will let you know soon.

Thanks for your patience,
Celine
Celine Mizrahi
Manhattan Director
U.S. Congressman Jerrold L. Nadler (NY-08)
201 Varick Street, Suite 669
New York, NY 10014


 

From: Wilson
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Sent: Mon May 17 19:08:47 2010
Subject: xxxxx wilson

Hi Celine,

I haven’t heard back from you regards my recent emails. Could you please give me some indication where things currently stand, or if preferable let me know and I can call you to discuss.

Thanks and regards.

xxxx


 

From: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Sent: Tuesday, 16 March 2010 9:47 AM
To: Wilson
Subject: Re: Schumer letters

xxxx:

I received your email and am following up as we discussed. I will email you copies of any letters in the near future, and I will also send you any responses that I receive.

Thank you,
Celine
Celine Mizrahi
Manhattan Director
U.S. Congressman Jerrold L. Nadler (NY-08)
201 Varick Street, Suite 669
New York, NY 10014


 

From: Wilson
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Sent: Mon Mar 15 18:39:03 2010
Subject: FW: Schumer letters

Hi Celine,

Could you please confirm receipt of the below email and if possible indicate the status of any follow up.

Thanks and regards.

Xxxxx Wilson

 

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Congressman Nadler: No response

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 From: Wilson
Sent: Wednesday, 10 March 2010 6:12 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: FW: Schumer letters

Hi Celine,

I am following up on the below email.

Would it be possible to provide me an update and if possible copies of any correspondence sent or received.

Thanks and regards.

xxxxx Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

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 From: Wilson
Sent: Thursday, 11 February 2010 8:04 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: RE: Schumer letters

Hi Celine,

Thanks for your email. I trust your maternity leave went well.

I would appreciate your follow through with the FBI/DOJ and the Senate Judiciary Committee. As indicated previously, I believe the FBI is lying or stonewalling, depending on your point of view, by providing qualified and therefore inconclusive responses to my complaint.

In particular I would appreciate your follow through with the House Judiciary Committee. I find it inexplicable that the earlier enquiries and interviews by staffers cannot be located. This alone should send a red flag to the Committee. As discussed, the three FBI agents initially mentioned in my complaint are self disclosed and Susan Holmes had shown me her FBI identity card confirming her FBI credentials. I assume that the Committee has the means and methods to get to the heart of this issue.

Again, thanks for your help.

Best regards.

xxxxx Wilson


 

From: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Sent: Wednesday, 10 February 2010 9:23 AM
To: xxxxx wilson; Wallach, Ellen
Subject: RE: Schumer letters

Hi Mr. Wilson—

I am now back in the office and happy to follow up with you.  I hope all is well.   Please see my responses below to the different follow up points.  Also, when we ended our meeting, we had said that you should think about how much additional follow up would be useful, if we are unlikely to get significantly different responses from the FBI than you and Senator Schumer received in the past.

I think that the best that we will be able to do to help you is to send another inquiry on your behalf to the FBI/DOJ, making sure that we ask a broadly phrased question to try to capture any possible FBI involvement.  As we discussed in the fall, I am doubtful that we will get a significantly different response from the FBI or DOJ than the answer to the narrower question that was asked earlier.   Given that, please let me know if you would still like me to proceed.

I can certainly also follow up with Senator Schumer’s office to see if there has been any further action on the part of the Senate Judiciary Committee.  Unfortunately, there does not seem to be a way to track down the past Judiciary Committee staff’s records on this matter.  Although the House Judiciary Committee does have oversight over FBI/DOJ, I am not sure there is anything that they will be able to do to further investigate besides to write the kind of letter that we will already be writing on your behalf, and that Senator Schumer wrote.

Thank you for your patience,

Celine Mizrahi

Celine Mizrahi

Manhattan Director

U.S. Congressman Jerrold L. Nadler (NY-08)

201 Varick Street, Suite 669

New York, NY 10014


 

 

2009 email exchange with Congressman Nadler’s office (NYC)

 

From: Wilson
Sent: Thursday, November 05, 2009 2:22 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Wallach, Ellen)
Cc: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: FW: Schumer letters

Hi Ellen,

When I met with your office last month, I had a  very positive meeting and Celine expressed support for progressing the matter further, had a number of good ideas and indicated that she would follow up with various parties as outlined in my earlier email below summarizing the meeting action items.

Given Celine’s maternity departure shortly after the meeting, I am unclear as to the intentions of your office to follow up with the assistance offered. I assumed Celine was speaking on behalf of the Congressman’s office in offering to further assist in my matter and her absence would not affect that position.

Could you please confirm what the position of your office is and whether the offer of assistance made last month by Celine will be followed up in her absence.

Thank you.

xxxxx Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

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From: Wilson
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 2:36 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Wallach, Ellen)
Subject: FW: Schumer letters

Hi Ellen,

Could you please let me know when I could expect a response to the below email to you.

Thanks and regards.

xxxxxx Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

________________________________________________________________________________

From: Wilson
Sent: Monday, October 19, 2009 12:52 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Wallach, Ellen)
Cc: Drinkwater; Mizrahi’
Subject: FW: Schumer letters

Hi Ellen,

Following my meeting with Celine Mizrahi recently in the NY office, she indicated there were a number of steps she intended to take re my complaint against the FBI.

These included:

  1. Follow up with the House Judiciary Committee over their staffer’s previous interviews with me and records of enquiries they made; ascertaining the Committee’s powers and rights with respect to the FBI/DOJ in relation to investigating the specifics of the allegations I have raised; ascertaining the steps/process for further enquiry/investigation.
  2. Direct follow up with the FBI/DOJ to broaden the terms of reference.
  3. Follow up with Senator Schumer’s office to ascertain status of my complaint with regards to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
  4. Celine offered to undertake/discuss further action that may be appropriate.

Could you please advise of the continuity and follow up that I might expect on these issues given Celine’s leave of absence and who the main point of contact in your office is for this.

Thanks and regards.

xxxxx Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

________________________________________________________________________________

From: Wilson
Sent: Thursday, October 08, 2009 3:42 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Drinkwater, Erin)
Cc: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Wallach, Ellen)
Subject: FW: Schumer letters

Hi Erin,

Celine whom I met with last week and requested the below information has indicated you as contact point in her absence.

Thanks and regards.

xxxxxxx Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

________________________________________________________________________________

From: Wilson
Sent: Thursday, October 08, 2009 3:00 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: Schumer letters

Hi Celine,

Thank you for making the time to meet with me last week.

As discussed, I have attached copies of correspondence to Senator Schumer. Please let me know if you would like further information.

I appreciate your offer for follow up with various parties and graciously accept and offer you whatever further assistance you need from me.

Regards more broadly worded follow up with the FBI/DOJ I can only re-emphasize that I know Susan Holmes was working for the FBI prior to and after the Freeport McMoran killings, and likely still is. She told me on numerous occasions, showed me her FBI ID and her mother even discussed it with me(!). If it is denied, then the agency is either lying, being deceptive or quite possibly it is not required to disclose this information as it may claim to still have me under active “investigation” and to do so would “compromise” its work. Of course, after 13 years and given the circumstances, it is completely unreasonable that it should be able to avoid accountability and prevent disclosure by any such means.

Again thank you.

Best regards.

xxxxxxxx Wilson

 

________________________________________________________________________________

 From: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Sent: Saturday, 26 September 2009 7:16 AM
To: Wilson
Subject: RE: Letter attached

Forgive my typo in the email below. Just to confirm, we are meeting on Tuesday September 28th at 10 a.m. (not October 1st)?  I apologize for the confusion.  If you can’t meet on Tuesday 9/28, I am free at 1 pm on Thursday 10/1.

And yes, please do ask for me when you arrive. You will need photo ID to get into the building.

Thanks,

Celine

Celine Mizrahi

Manhattan Director

U.S. Congressman Jerrold L. Nadler (NY-08)

201 Varick Street, Suite 669

New York, NY 10014


 

 

From: Wilson
Sent: Thursday, September 24, 2009 5:41 AM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Subject: RE: Letter attached

Hi Celine,

Tuesday at 10am would be good. I will see you at 201 Varick Street, Suite 669. Should I ask for you when I arrive?

Thanks and regards.

xxxxx Wison


 

From: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Sent: Wednesday, 23 September 2009 4:37 AM
To: Wilson
Cc: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Wallach, Ellen)
Subject: RE: Letter attached

Hi XXXXX—

Thanks for your email.  I am sorry not to get back to you sooner, but I have been trying to track down someone in DOJ on your behalf just to understand exactly where they left things so that we can determine how to follow up.

I understand that you are in New York next week.  Are you free to come into our office for a brief meeting at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday September 30th? Alternatively, how is 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday October 1st?  At that point, I can update you on anything I’ve been able to find out and we can discuss next steps.

Please let me know which time works best for you,

Celine

Celine Mizrahi

Manhattan Director

U.S. Congressman Jerrold L. Nadler (NY-08)

201 Varick Street, Suite 669

New York, NY 10014


 From: Wilson
Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2009 2:12 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)
Cc: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Wallach, Ellen)
Subject: RE: Letter attached

Hi Celine,

I am following up on our recent email correspondence.

Is it possible to provide an update please and potential times to meet if possible?

Thanks and regards.

xxxxx Wilson


 

From: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Mizrahi, Celine)

Sent: Thursday, 10 September 2009 12:40 AM
To: Wilson
Cc: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Wallach, Ellen)
Subject: RE: Letter attached

Hi Mr. Wilson–

Thank you for reaching out to Congressman Nadler.  I’m sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

We did receive your email and packet of information last week. I am now looking into what we will be able to do to get some answers for you regarding your situation, and will be back in touch within the week to let you know what we have been able to resolve, or to hopefully schedule a brief appointment for the last week in September to discuss this further.

Best,

Celine Mizrahi

Celine Mizrahi

Manhattan Director

U.S. Congressman Jerrold L. Nadler (NY-08)

201 Varick Street, Suite 669

New York, NY 10014


From: Wilson
Sent: Monday, September 07, 2009 8:27 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Wallach, Ellen)
Subject: FW: Letter attached

Hi Ellen,

Please confirm receipt of the below email and whether it may be possible to organise a meeting late September.

Thanks and regards.

XXXXXX Wilson

________________________________________________________________________________

 

Congressman Nadler: No response

________________________________________________________________________________

From: Wilson
Sent: Wednesday, 2 September 2009 8:14 PM
To: Congressman Nadler (NY office: Wallach, Ellen)
Subject: Letter attached

Hi Ellen,

Please refer to attached letter.

Thanks and regards.

XXXXXX

 

 

 

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Former Wall Street Analyst (working for SBC Warburg – now part of UBS) targeted by US and Australian intelligence agencies (FBI and ASIO) after publishing report touching on US State Department investigation into allegations US copper/gold mining company Freeport McMoran was involved in the killing of indigenous protestors in West Papua, Indonesia.
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