Exhibit #1 HUD IG Testimony Before Congress
Take Out Law Enforcment First-May 2006
In 1989, Paul Adams, then the Inspector General at the Housing and Urban Development Department, was hauled before a
House subcommittee to explain why no one on Capitol Hill was aware of the rampant waste, abuse and mismanagement in
the department's programs. The HUD scandal had drawn widespread media attention and proved to be a major embarrassment
for both the executive and legislative branches. Many of the abuses, Adams told panel members, were thoroughly detailed
in reports issued by his office that went unread in Congress. Not good enough, he was told. Busy legislators and their staffers don't have time to pore over every detail
of IG reports, committee members said. They need federal officials to shout from the rooftops when they uncover evidence
of poor performance and malfeasance - or at least to pick up the phone. It was a message Adams and other executive branch
officials would hear repeatedly as senators and representatives sought to explain to their constituents why the HUD scandal
was allowed to fester for so long. The obvious answer is if you intend to commit genocide for profit be sure to have
the political patronage system take out law enforcement first. This document published May 8,2006 is located at
Citation Assassination of Government Officals
Occassionally special interest or terrorist groups would encounter someone in the structure of
Government who could not be bought, threatened, or dissuaded from doing their jobs or were unaware
their political activities were part of the patronage system:
Oregon Prison Director
Assassination Victim 1989
Exhibit #2 Citation Of Assassinations
Throughout HUD 10/HUD 9
Review of Assassinations: HUD Region 9 and 10 are believed to be heavily involved
in organized crime control of federally funded facilities and involved in occassional assassinations of public
and private parties who conflict with their vested interest.
Assassination Oregon Prison Director Prison Director Michael Franke was
murdered while investigating drug dealing at Oregon State Prisons (Convicted Frank Gable). The death occurs
at a time when organized trafficking of drugs into Oregon homeless shelters and the prison system was in progress
and Director Franke was apparently asking too many questions.
Former USA Charles Turner
Confirmed Hit Team-
United States Attorney’s Office
1000 SW Third Ave Suite 600
Portland, OR 97204
Sentenced in murder plot
1. 03:54 PM PST on Monday, January 30, 2006 A disciple of the Indian guru Bhagwan
Shree Rajneesh was sentenced Monday in Portland to five years probation for her
lead role in a conspiracy more than 20 years ago to kill the United States Attorney
2. I enjoyied where these folks imported Badder Mein Hoff and Red Army Brigade and to carry
out the hit who were turned away from getting off the airplane.,...including using biological weapons on Antelope Oregon..
Exhibit #3 Washington State DSHS Defrauds
Medicade Of $6.1 Billion-Amid Terrorist Threats?
This Policy Highlighter from the Evergreen Foundation reviews an audit of Washington DSHS welfare programs which
disallowed $6.1 Billion in medicade payments to Washington State because of frauds, hoaxes, shams, and various
criminal activities. As the report states Washington State Auditors were subjected to threats and harassment by DSHS officials
Volume 15, Number 1
January 11, 2005
Published By Evergreen Foundation
PO Box 552
Olympia, WA 98507,
DSHS fails $6.1 billion Medicaid audit Will legislature finally exercise oversight?
On December 30, 2004, Washington State Auditor Brian Sonntag officially released the Fiscal
Year 2004 audit of the state's $6.1 billion (50 percent federal funds) annual Medicaid program. Among the 22 audit findings issued against
the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) for its handling of the Medicaid program, the state auditor (SAO) took the highly unusual
step of "disclaiming"; the entire Medicaid program.
SAO noted:"Disclaim" is a term used in auditing standards that means we cannot conclude, based on documentation and other evidence we were
provided, whether all of these costs were allowable or whether all clients were eligible for services given to them and all providers were eligible
for payments made to them."
SAO's official Medicaid audit release follows the unprecedented public release of the audit's draft findings by DSHS on the agency's
website on December 14, 2004. According to SAO, some of these draft findings were altered by DSHS.
The findings the Department of Social and Health Services released on its website on December 14, 2004, were preliminary drafts and were
not completed. In addition, some of the findings the Department presented were worded differently from the drafts we gave the Department at the
exit conference on November 24, 2004. The following document is the State Auditor's Office official special report on our audit of the Medicaid
Program for fiscal year 2004.
Among the audit's official findings, DSHS:
paid $22 million to individuals who did not provide valid Social Security Numbers (SSN) or offered no SSN at all;
paid more than $1 million to individuals claiming a deceased relative's SSN;
provided $1.3 million in unallowable medical services to illegal aliens;
cannot account for more than 1.4 million in pills worth in excess of $529,000; and
did not cooperate with SAO's audit, leading to the disclaiming of the $6.1 billion Medicaid program.
Regarding the lack of cooperation extended by DSHS, SAO made the following statements throughout its audit:
DSHS personnel attempted to thwart particular audit procedures by questioning our authority to either expand the scope of our audit or to obtain certain information.
[DSHS]altered information related to sample transactions while we were attempting to complete our review.
In some instances, we were unable to independently interview line staff without the presence of management or without management's
selection of the employees to be interviewed. Staff members informed us that they had to obtain permission
from management prior to speaking with auditors. During our review of the allowability of certain medical procedures and of procedures provided
to undocumented aliens, we were never granted permission to speak with the medical consultants who had approval authority.
The audit liaison system, as actually used by the Department, hindered our access to data and obstructed our contact with line staff.
Additionally, the audit liaison system attempted to force us to rely on the Department's representations as to the existence or accuracy of evidence.
In effect, the Department was attempting to perform the work of the auditor, instead of allowing the auditors to perform an independent audit
and reach a valid conclusion.
It is inappropriate for the Department to withhold information because it believes it is not relevant or significant. The auditor
should be given the information requested and have an opportunity to examine it and discuss it with the Department before the auditor decides its importance.
Auditors of the Medicaid Program were subjected to undue criticism of their integrity, independence, competence, objectivity, and
knowledge. These charges against audit staff were made both in person and through e-mail, and we believe they were intended to deter us from
completing our audit.
It is worth noting the contrasting attitude displayed by the Department of Health (DOH) in response to one audit finding issued jointly against DOH and DSHS: "We concur with the finding of the State Auditor's Office Thank you for the professional work by your staff." Despite DOH's acceptance of the audit finding, DSHS did not concur with the finding. With Washington's $6.1 billion Medicaid program at risk, legislators must finally exercise long overdue oversight and ensure audit corrective action occurs. Many of the findings issued against DSHS in SAO's 2004 audit are repeats from previous years. By making an example out of DSHS, legislators would also send a strong message to other state agencies that frustrating the efforts of the people's elected auditor will not be tolerated. Accountability and transparency for tax dollars must be the first responsibility of all state officials.
Prepared by: Jason Mercier
Budget Research Analyst
Evergreen Freedom Foundation
P.O. Box 552, Olympia, WA 98507
Fax: (360) 352-1874