Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Emperors Club Honey Pots: All About Eliot Spitzer's Prostitution Ring. Is it a CIA Blenders Sting?

On November 19, 2004, the "Justice for 9/11" Steering Committee submitted a Citizens' Complaint and Petition to the offices of the Attorney General of New York State, Eliot Spitzer, citing probable cause for an independent grand jury investigation to examine unsolved crimes committed in connection with the events of September 11, 2001. We are publishing the complete Complaint and Petition online in this space as a living, growing document. See this important document.
Nine members of September 11 families, Ground Zero first responders, and citizens of New York have signed on as the first complainants. We call on citizens to support this action, to initiate similar actions in other states, and to sign the online petition of solidarity.

What we are told of the Prostitution Ring concerning New York Governor Eliot Spitzer is just the tip of a massive ice berg. The criminals running your government go much deeper than you will want to believe. As this story plays out, the real story may be covered up. The real story, as found at is that illegal, underground government sex operations are occurring virtually everywhere which target our domestic politicians and our children. Because they magically have more "rights" to traffic in your children after they criminalize you, they will do everything in their powers to criminalize their victims. It's the "shock and awe" that hides what they are really doing. The latest breach may include Barack Obama's Passport files and sex-mule prostitution stings. This blog will become the gateway for those whose lives have been destroyed by Monarch, MKULTRA mind control programs and the underground world of child trafficking. If the prostitutes working at the Emperors Club were indeed victims of this secret government program, the implications are enormous.

Court documents reportedly identified Ashley Youmans -- now known as Ashley Alexandra Dupre -- as Kristen, the high-priced prostitute who met with Spitzer at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington on February 13.

Dupre is a 22-year-old would-be singer from New Jersey, the New York Times reported Wednesday.

She has not been charged with any crime.

Dupre made a brief appearance Monday in U.S. Magistrate Court as a witness against four people charged with operating Emperor's Club VIP, the prostitution ring, the Times said. Conventional prostitutes rarely cooperate in such proceedings and she may be a victim of basic MKULTRA mind control programming. The CIA has admitted to creating hundreds of thousands of "sex mules" through secret child services programs in the U.S. and Canada. Though Dupre has many of the markings and characteristics of MKULTRA programming (often revealed in the eyes) and her myspace page links her to a New Orleans based underground political press, she is most likely not a major player in covert operations.

The oldest profession in the world is still very much in use by our government. The problem is, they need your children to become sex-mules. See MKULTRA Monarch Programming methods. These methods are now routinely used in America to destroy families and traffic in children.

In espionage, a honeypot, more often called a honey-trap, is a trap set to capture, kill or compromise a person, commonly but not necessarily an opposition agent, officer, or employee, using sex as the lure. Even if the target does not deliberately give information to his seducer, the seducer may accidentally be given opportunities to obtain it herself. A long-term relationship is not necessarily the goal, however — the technique can also be used to blackmail those who later regret their actions. Incriminating photographs can be an effective tool of coercion, for example. The most common employment of this technique is by women, either female intelligence agents or (if the purpose is simply to obtain material for blackmail) prostitutes.

There are numerous recent real public examples of the utilization of this technique by governments:

1. Clayton J. Lonetree, a Marine Sergeant embassy guard in Moscow,
was entrapped by a female Soviet officer in 1987. He was then
blackmailed into handing over documents when he was assigned to
Vienna. Lonetree is the first US Marine to be convicted of spying
against the United States.

2. Roy Rhodes, a US Army NCO serving at the US embassy in Moscow,
had a one-night stand (or was made to believe he had) with a Soviet
agent while drunk. He was later told the agent was pregnant, and that
unless he co-operated with the Soviet authorities, this would be
revealed to his wife.

3. Irvin Scarbeck, a US diplomat, was entrapped by a female Polish
officer in 1961, and photographed in a compromising position. He
was blackmailed into providing secrets.

4. Sharon Scranage, a CIA employee described by one source as a "shy,
naive, country girl", was allegedly seduced by Ghanaian intelligence
agent Michael Soussoudis. She later gave him information on CIA
operations in Ghana, which was later shared with Soviet-bloc

5. Mordechai Vanunu, who had disclosed Israeli nuclear secrets, began
an affair with an American Mossad agent, Cheryl Bentov, operating
under the name "Cindy" and masquerading as an American tourist, on
September 30, 1986. She persuaded him to fly to Rome, Italy with her
on a holiday. Once in Rome, Mossad agents drugged him and
smuggled him to Israel on a freighter.

6. John Vassall, a British civil servant who was guided by the KGB into
having sex with multiple male partners while drunk. The KGB then used photographs of this to blackmail Vassall into providing them with secret information.

7. Katrina Leung, indicted as a double agent working for both China and
the FBI, seduced her FBI handler, James J. Smith, and was able to
obtain FBI information of use to China through him. She also had an
affair with another FBI officer, William Cleveland.

8. In May 2007 a female officer serving in Sweden's Kosovo force is
suspected of having leaked classified information to her Serbian lover
who turned out to be a spy.

9. Ms. Nolan-Cooper pled guilty to money laundering on March 10,
1997 in Philadelphia. (Philadelphia Daily News, 3/11/97). Sentenced
to 72 months in prison, the former attorney had helped an undercover
IRS agent named Louis Oubre to launder $190,000. Noteworthy in
this case is that the recently divorced mother of two young boys had
been wined and dined by Oubre and with whom she enjoyed sexual
relations. Oubre came to her initially seeking advice on how to move
money from abroad to the U.S. and through various manipulative
behavior, including repeated sexual liaisons, succeeded in convincing
Ms. Nolan-Cooper to break the law.

Common sense compels the conclusion that for every public disclosure of such government-sponsored honey-traps, dozens more are not publically revealed.
Indeed, as recently as June 2007, MI5, which is responsible for protecting the United
Kingdom against threats to national security, released an advisory: “Spies target techies with honey traps.” The federal government actively makes "sex mules," many of them children, for these missions.

Most noteworthy is that for over 13 years Defendant operated her escort service without a single arrest of an escort though she was operating in a metropolitan area that is policed by over Fifty (50) law enforcement agencies. Moreover, given that there are at least Seventeen (17) federal intelligence agencies operating in Washington D.C., it is much more than supposition that the Defendant’s agency was allowed to operate without police interference for the benefit the agency. Public records show that USAID has long been a front for CIA intelligence gathering, as well as a conduit for CIA funding to foreign governments and agencies. See: Sen. Vitter's Foreign Relations Committee oversight role examined in DC sex scandal, attached provided to the United States government. Accordingly, Defendant will be seeking discovery of the direct and/or indirect utilization the Defendant’s service by the government for public benefit to the end of an presenting an equitable collateral estoppel defense.

What is publically known at this point in the prosecution of the Defendant is that –
notwithstanding the obfuscation by the government and without meaningful resources – Defendant has identified four significant individuals who were customers of the service.

1. Senator David Vitter who serves on the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, which has oversight responsibilities of U.S. foreign
policy agencies, including USAID.1 Senator Vitter is also currently
the ranking minority member of the Foreign Relations Committee's
Subcommittee on International Operations and Organizations,
Democracy and Human Rights, which oversees, among other things,
the State Department, the U.S. Foreign Service (i.e. the diplomatic
corps), and U.S. participation in the United Nations.

2. Randall “Randy” Tobias former Director of Foreign Assistance, and
Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development

3. Harlan Ullman is a highly respected and widely recognized expert in
national security whose advice is sought by governments and
businesses. A senior adviser at Washington's premier think tank, the
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), his expertise
spans national security, foreign policy, terror, defense, economics,
and finance as well as Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. His column
in the Washington Times is called "Owls and Eagles" and he writes
for other publications in the US and abroad. He is a frequent
commentator in U.S. and international media including Fox, BBC,
and Al Jazeera TV and is a regular on the Washington Post radio

4. Ronald Roughead works for “Science Applications International
Corporation.” (“SAIC”). His curriculum vitae is attached hereto. His
brother is one Gary Roughead, now Chief Naval Officer of the United
States Navy. Admiral Roughead is mentioned as a speaker in a couple
of military association and foundation newsletters (National Defense
& Transportation Association & the Naval War College Foundation),
along with Harlan K. Ullman. While Admiral Roughead isn’t in the
phone records of Pamela Martin & Associates, Ronald Roughead is.

Truthout, February 2008
Title: “Predatory Lenders’ Partner in Crime”

Global Research, March 17, 2008
Title: “Why the Bush Administration ‘Watergated’ Eliot Spitzer”
Author: F. William Engdahl

Student Researchers: Rob Hunter, Elizabeth Rathbun, and Rebecca Newsome

Faculty Evaluator: Mickey S. Huff, MA

The exposure of New York State Governor Eliot Spitzer’s tryst with a luxury call girl had little to do with the Bush administration’s high moral standards for public servants. Author F. William Engdahl advises that, “in evaluating spectacular scandals around prominent public figures, it is important to ask what and who might want to eliminate that person.” Timing suggests that Spitzer was likely a target of a White House and Wall Street operation to silence one of its most dangerous and vocal critics of their handling of the current financial market crisis.

Spitzer had become increasingly public in blaming the Bush administration for the subprime crisis. He testified in mid-February before the US House of Representatives Financial Services subcommittee and later that day, in a national CNBC interview, laid blame squarely on the administration for creating an environment ripe for predatory lenders.

On February 14, the Washington Post published an editorial by Spitzer titled, “Predatory Lenders’ Partner in Crime: How the Bush Administration Stopped the States From Stepping In to Help Consumers,” which charged, “Not only did the Bush administration do nothing to protect consumers, it embarked on an aggressive and unprecedented campaign to prevent states from protecting their residents from the very problems to which the federal government was turning a blind eye.”

In this editorial, Spitzer explained:

The administration accomplished this feat through an obscure federal agency called the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). The OCC has been in existence since the Civil War. Its mission is to ensure the fiscal soundness of national banks. For 140 years, the OCC examined the books of national banks to make sure they were balanced, an important but uncontroversial function. But a few years ago, for the first time in its history, the OCC was used as a tool against consumers.

In 2003, during the height of the predatory lending crisis, the OCC invoked a clause from the 1863 National Bank Act to issue formal opinions preempting all state predatory lending laws, thereby rendering them inoperative. The OCC also promulgated new rules that prevented states from enforcing any of their own consumer protection laws against national banks. The federal government’s actions were so egregious and so unprecedented that all 50 state attorneys general, and all 50 state banking superintendents, actively fought the new rules.

But the unanimous opposition of the 50 states did not deter, or even slow, the Bush administration in its goal of protecting the banks. In fact, when my office opened an investigation of possible discrimination in mortgage lending by a number of banks, the OCC filed a federal lawsuit to stop the investigation.”

The editorial appeared the day after Spitzer’s ill-fated rendezvous with the prostitute at the Mayflower Hotel. With that article, some Washington insiders believe, Spitzer signed his own political death warrant.

On March 4, 2008, Spitzer furthermore proposed legislation that would have imposed penalties for mortgage fraud and predatory lending.1

Curiously, Spitzer, who had been elected governor in 2006, defeating a Republican by winning nearly 70 percent of the vote, has been not charged with any crime. His case went into the hands of Washington and not those of New York State authorities, underscoring the clear political nature of Spitzer’s “offense.” New York Assembly Republicans immediately announced plans to impeach Spitzer or put him on public trial if he were to refuse resignation. Although prostitution is illegal in most US states, clients of prostitutes are almost never charged, nor are their names typically released while a case is in process.

Spitzer’s editorial concluded, “When history tells the story of the sub-prime lending crisis and recounts its devastating effects on the lives of so many innocent homeowners, the Bush administration will not be judged favorably . . . it will be judged as a willing accomplice to the lenders who went to any lengths in their quest for profits. The administration was so willing, in fact, that it used the power of the federal government in an unprecedented assault on state legislatures, as well as on state attorneys general and anyone else on the side of consumers.”


1. “Governor Spitzer Proposes Legislation to Address Sub-prime Mortgage Crisis,” New York State website, March 4, 2008.

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