DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: Devil505 On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 12:49 am

Anyone wanna hear any?
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: coalkirk On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 7:21 am

I do. And I'll kick it off with a naval story that involves actual conspriacies, international cover up and treason at the highest level of the US government. The attempted murder of an entire crew of a US naval vessel and an attempt to bring the US into war with Egypt and possibly the Soviet Union. Many people know nothing of this story.

http://home.cfl.rr.com/gidusko/liberty/
This link is broken, either the page no longer exists or there is some other issue like a typo.
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: Devil505 On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 7:52 am

I'll leave naval stories to BugsyR. I wonder if he has any info on that famous naval spy case (forget his name) of the guy (he might have been on the Nimitz) who got his son involved too & sold many top secret US war plans to the Soviets over many years.....Forget his name.
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: spc On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 8:16 am

I'd like to know if BugsyR has a story about the tailhook scandal? The story from someone in the Navy.
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: acesover On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 8:29 am

Anybody ever hear a f--- you lizard.
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: coalkirk On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 8:48 am

Devil5052 wrote:I'll leave naval stories to BugsyR. I wonder if he has any info on that famous naval spy case (forget his name) of the guy (he might have been on the Nimitz) who got his son involved too & sold many top secret US war plans to the Soviets over many years.....Forget his name.

John Walker
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: BugsyR On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 8:55 am

Walker family...pain in the arse...They caused havoc and resulted in a lot of boring security training. Holy crap!!!
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: Devil505 On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 8:57 am

coalkirk wrote:
Devil5052 wrote:I'll leave naval stories to BugsyR. I wonder if he has any info on that famous naval spy case (forget his name) of the guy (he might have been on the Nimitz) who got his son involved too & sold many top secret US war plans to the Soviets over many years.....Forget his name.

John Walker


Right you are!! (Here's a link to a book about him http://amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0553282220 )
That guy did more damage to this country than anyone in history! (with the possible exception of GW Bush of course.........Couldn't help myself!) :)
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: coalkirk On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 9:00 am

Gee, I was going to say Bill Clinton who gave the chi-coms MERV technology.
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: coaledsweat On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 9:12 am

coalkirk wrote:Gee, I was going to say Bill Clinton who gave the chi-coms MERV technology.


Nixon did that for the Soviets when he allowed the sale of Bryant grinders to them. Until then, they could not produce the miniture ball bearings required for the gyroscopes.

Nikita Krusheav (sp?) said that they would hang us and that we would sell them the rope to do it with, look who took the swing. The Chinese will go the same way, the process is ongoing there now.
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: Devil505 On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 9:33 am

Here's a little brain teaser for anyone interested:

Part of the DEA hiring regime is for a special agent candidate to go in front of (what the government calls) a "Panel Interview." My "Panel" consisted of the Boston district's Regional Director, Intelligence Div. chief & four other "senior" agents. During the interview they ask you a number of questions about your background, why you want to become an agent, why you feel you are qualified, etc....It's meant to be intimidating for the candidate. They really want to see how you handle stressful situatons & how quickly you can "Think on your feet."
Towards the end of the interview, the Regional Director asked a couple of hypothetical questions designed to test your quick thinking under stress & these questions had to be answered immediately, with no hesitation on the candidate's part!

1. First Question
You are undercover, in a dealer's apartment making a "buy" but the dealer lets you know that his buddy is bringing the drugs over & that he won't be there for about an hour. The dealer tells you that his girlfriend is in bed in the other room &, if you want to kill some time to feel free & go in & jump her bones.

What do you do/say?


(keep in mind one mental image as to why you can't "Jump her bones": ...It is now a year later & you are in court, appearing as a government witness against the dealer in question. If you had engaged in sex with the girlfriend, how do you respond to the defendant's lawyer when on cross-examination he says: "Special Agent _________, would you please describe to the court exactly what you were doing for the 30 minutes you were waiting in my client's apartment for his friend to arrive?"
You either perjure yourself or you lose all credability in the eyes of the jury)
Trust me, the AUSA (Assistant US Atty-the government prosecutor that does most the work in court) will not be to happy with you & will let your DEA superiorxs know that he/she is displeased, & why!
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: spc On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 9:44 am

IRS story, Man goes to church & tells the pastor he is a coin collector. He ask the pastor if he could buy the coin from the collection basket & he would pay with a check. He then used the payments as a charitable deduction.
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: Devil505 On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 9:57 am

spc wrote:IRS story, Man goes to church & tells the pastor he is a coin collector. He ask the pastor if he could buy the coin from the collection basket & he would pay with a check. He then used the payments as a charitable deduction.


Man.....I'd say that is a pretty inefficient way of cheating the IRS & the guy should be arrested for "Being incredibly stupid in a public place." (violation of USC 13565.b)
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: Devil505 On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 10:07 am

Panel question # two:

You are a junior agent out with your group &, executing a search warrant you (the group) kick down the door of an apartment, enter & arrest two men. Out of the corner of your eye, you notice that the lead agent steps outside into a common hall , picks up a suitcase (later found to contain all the drugs) & brings it into the apartment. He later reports that the suitcase was found within the apartment. Do you go along with the lie or report it? (&, if you report it....too who?)
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Re: DEA/IRS/US NAVY War Stories

PostBy: Richard S. On: Tue Feb 05, 2008 10:17 am

Well I'll give you coal delivery "war story"... Some customers tend to wait to the last minute. Usually the fall is the worse obviously but one problem with the fall is that its generally wet so going across lawns can be hassle. You get a few days here and there so you usually save all the lawns for those days. Anyhow the one fall about 3-4 years back I had one customer with a fairly new house so the lawn was still very soft under any circumstances. That particualar fall was very wet, He called me about the end of September and it was getting into about November and I still didn't deliver his coal. Simply never stopped raining enough, even on good level lawns I was getting stuck that year. His house sat on incline, if you came in the driveway you could veer off the driveway down a short slope, dump the coal off and then proceed around the entire lenghtof the house and come out on bottom lawn that led to the end of the driveway on the other side of the house. Overall it was probably about 100 foot length of lawn and a 25 foot drop from start to finish. In any event since its all down hill the chances of getting stuck are pretty slim.

He's understandably getting nervous and calling me almost every other day at this point but I keep explaining to him the problem. Even after week the ground simply doesn't have enough time to dry out. Apparently he thinks I'm giving him the run around and just don't want to deliver etc, actually quite contrary to the fact as it was full load and easy delivery other than the lawn. Anyhow we get a week and it doesn't rain, he calls up insisting that I bring it. I warn him what's going to happen because although it hasn't rained the ground is still saturated but he thinks I'm full of *censored*... I suggest waiting a week or two until we get good overnight freeze so we cam minmize the damage to the lawn, at that point it was almost December. He was only using it for supplementary heat anyway. Still insist's I bring it.

Anyhow the moral of the story is if you don't want a giant 100 foot number 11 that is 1 foot deep around the entire perimeter of your house don't call the coalman when its raining. :lol:
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