U.S. government spends millions to smear whistle blowers of govt. crimes & corruption like Bruce Gorcyca

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U.S. government spends millions to smear whistle blowers of govt. crimes & corruption like Bruce Gorcyca

Trying to find proof of this was like finding a 30 year-old virgin in Brooklyn but here we go: https://theintercept.com/2014/02/24/jtrig-manipulation/ - from the same guy who brought us Edward Snowden.

So it is no surprise that the former American federal agent (Gorcyca) who sought sanctuary in Canada with his Canadian wife and kids to tell us about $1 Billion of drug smuggling and money laundering and $43 million of fraud covered up by Stephen Harper is now being called a "wanted pedophile in Canada" (patently false) Here are five links that talk about the fake extradition Canada went along with to avoid the arrests of three senior RCMP and corrupt FBI agent Terry Nelson and Edward Chism who served a whopping 8 months in prison for an $87 million fraud ($43 against Canadians). Since his company was doing the laundering for pols, they made a deal to keep him quiet. Part of that deal was to leave North America and live abroad after he served his 8 months in a luxury prison with no bars at Eglin Air Force base.

https://theintercept.com/2014/02/24/jtrig-manipulation/

http://whyunclesamhatesbruce.blogspost.ca

http://www.veteranstodayforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=1229

http://americanfinacialgroupfraud.wordpress.com

http://meetjebbushthecriminal.wordpress.com

Neither the Americans nor Canadians would let this guy take a polygraph test after senior RCMP agents and DEA agent said he provided them "accurate and true information" yet they had no comment when asked about the $3 million bribe accepted by Harper according the the DEA agent.

So instead of investigating and proseuting the crimes, Canada forces Gorcyca to "voluntary depart" Canada (or be deported) abd as soon as he arrives in Asia, the Americans put him on a no-fly list so he cannot come back and testify in before Parliament nor in a Canadian court. How convenient eh?

 

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