Tag Archives: Michael Mills

The FBX Blog: The FBI (and ASIO) stole my girlfirend [updated Feb 2015]

The following memoirs are based on the author’s records and recollection of the events depicted. The author has taken all reasonable steps to verify his recollection against contemporaneous records. It is, however, possible that he has misremembered or misinterpreted some … Continue reading

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FBI targets Wall Street analyst after report on US mining company Freeport McMoran

I left the USA in 1999, a political refugee after a period of intense FBI persecution. Before my exodus, I was a young mining analyst working on Wall Street for British investment bank for SG Warburg (now part of UBS). … Continue reading

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Concerns of Freeport corruption

Recent allegations of Freeport corruption are in regard to possible breaches of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. In 2003 Freeport acknowledged it paid Indonesian military and police units and officials for protection. In 2005 and 2006, the New York … Continue reading

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The FBX Blog: The Unfolding Story [Updated 15 October 2013]

The FBI (and ASIO) stole my girlfriend [Updated 15 October 2013]    Overview There is no hard and firm definition of what makes someone a ‘dissident’ in the US, no red line one crosses from being a regular citizen to becoming a … Continue reading

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