Time: Thu Dec 04 13:32:01 1997
To: Intel96B@aol.com
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLF: APB on National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Bcc: sls

Thanks very much for these tips.

/s/ Paul Mitchell,
Candidate for Congress

At 03:20 PM 12/4/97 -0500, you wrote:
>I can't help wondering if this National Center for Missing & Exploited
>Children isn't somehow connected with the old Cult Awareness Network
>(Margaret Singer - CIA) or the outfit she was involved with before that. It
>had some kind of family-oriented name, something like the Association for the
>American Family or something real warm and fuzzy like that. Maybe someone
>else on the "net" can give you the correct name, it shouldn't be too
>difficult to find (maybe "Linda" has it). They were involved with the
>Jonestown thing somehow.
>Also, if you're involved with something, best to start an organization whose
>perported purpose is to fight against what your other hand is doing, so you
>can weed out your opposition and keep tabs on how close you are to getting
>nabbed (the "false opposition" scenario).
>The Russian Mafia uses these same techniques. Former KGB agents pose as
>"consultants" to American law enforcement authorities, and are routinely
>given access to Russian Organized Crime Task Force records, documents,
>personnel, etc. The Russian Mafia, however, is also heavily staffed with
>former KGB goons, and my hat goes off to the Russian Organized Crime Task
>Force chief in Philadelphia (forgot his name) who refused to have anything to
>do with these guys, knowing full well that they could easily be "moles" to
>check up on how close their former KGB buddies are to getting busted.
>By the way, there is a former KGB colonel now working for the Broward County
>Sheriff's Department. His KGB specialty was setting up and running temporary
>detainment and interrogation facilities. He has been "consulting" with many
>American law enforcement groups. Hmmmmmmm..........

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