Ex Barclays boss Jes Staley is now accused of abusing girls during visit to Epstein’s US Virgin Islands retreat after he told him to ‘do what he wanted’, lawsuit claims
Former Barclays boss Jes Staley (pictured left) is alleged to have abused victims at late financier Jeffrey Epstein’s (pictured right) Virgin Islands retreat, according to a court ruling issued Monday. The document rejected motions to dismiss complaints claiming JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank were legally liable for their alleged facilitation of Epstein’s sex crimes. The ruling instead revealed that Staley was alleged to have ‘used aggressive force in his sexual assault of [anonymous victim ‘JPM Jane Doe’] and informed [her] that he had Epstein’s permission to do what he wanted to her’.
A particularly disturbing set of leaks and investigative reports were published by international news outlets today. These items prove that White House zealot CIA agents work at the Google-Facebook-Twitter Cartel, in huge numbers, and manipulate global news, media and personality data in order to hide information about their friends and promote information to harm the competitors and enemies of government officials in order to protect those officials Jeffrey Epstein-like organized sex abuse operations and profiteering secrets and rig elections using CIA spy technologies and dirty tricks. The 200+ shell corporations, trust fund facades, fake 501C3 operations and covert subsidiaries of Google, Facebook and Twitter all tie back financially and politically to the same attackers who attacked Plaintiff:
John Deere tractor company, Safeway grocery company and Walmart are not loaded to the gills with CIA agents that cover-up crimes. Why are Google, Facebook and Twitter over-flowing with government spies unless they are there to hide things and MANIPULATE ELECTIONS?
We all know that Jeffrey Epstein ran an underage sex service for big politico’s and that a certain group of people went to great lengths to keep Hunter Biden’s sex cult out of the news…but the story goes far deeper:
FACEBOOK, GOOGLE AND TWITTER ARE OVERRUN WITH CHILD SEX ABUSERS AND CIA STAFFERS TRYING TO KEEP THEIR CRIMES COVERED UP!
GOOGLE IS RUN BY CHILD SEX PERVERTS
Google whistleblower claims tech giant’s Developer Studio division has been infiltrated by ‘pedophilic religious doomsday cult’ Fellowship of Friends that was featured in a Spotify podcast series called ‘Revelations’ last year
- Kevin Lloyd, 34, was a video producer for Google Developer Studio from 2017 until he was fired in February 2021
- Lloyd in August 2021 filed a lawsuit at California Superior Court alleging that he lost his job because he questioned a ‘cult’ that many of his colleagues joined
- Earlier this month Lloyd wrote a Medium post about his time at Google, and his concerns about Fellowship of Friends
- Google insist that they are unaware of a person’s religious beliefs during hiring; Lloyd says they know about the influence of the cult, but turn a blind eye
An apocalyptic ‘cult’ led by an eccentric misogynist accused of sexual abuse of young men has taken over a division of Google, a whistleblower has claimed.
Kevin Lloyd, 34, claims that he was fired from his job as a video developer at Google last year because he began questioning the influence of the cult.
In August, Lloyd filed a discrimination case in California Superior Court, alleging he was fired for digging into Fellowship of Friends – a group based in the small Californian town of Oregon House, and whose members made up a large percentage of employees in his division.
‘Plaintiff’s preliminary research into Oregon House and the Fellowship of Friends described the Fellowship as a destructive cult, with a pedophilic leader who makes false prophecies about the end of the world,’ the lawsuit claims.
‘Plaintiff became alarmed that Google was involved with and/or financially supporting such an organization.’
Earlier this month, Lloyd wrote a lengthy description of his case on Medium, and spoke to The New York Times – who corroborated many of the lawsuit’s claims through interviews with eight current and former employees of the Google business unit.
Kevin Lloyd, 34, claims he lost his job at Google because he raised concerns about how many people within the Google Developer Studio were affiliated with Fellowship of Friends
Lloyd said he began work at Google in 2017, as part of Google Developer Studio (GDS) – the tech giant’s internal production company, making adverts and video content.
He said it slowly dawned on him that many of the people he met at GDS were from the same small Californian town, 180 miles north of Google’s Silicon Valley home, in Mountain View.
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The town of Oregon House is home to 1,250 people, and yet Lloyd said he realized that half of the 25 people he met at GDS were from the same town.
Lloyd said he noticed that many of the outside vendors, such as caterers and entertainers at corporate events, were also from Oregon House.
In 2018, Lloyd said, he was speaking to a freelancer who was working with them that day, and was from a town near Oregon House.
Lloyd recalls the freelancer telling him: ‘Oregon House isn’t a town. It’s a cult.’
He began investigating the freelancer’s claim, and said he was shocked by what he found.
‘There are online support groups for former Fellowship of Friends members to help them process the trauma endured during their membership, as well as problems that arise after leaving,’ Lloyd’s lawsuit states.
Fellowship of Friends, which is based in Oregon House, was founded in 1970 by Robert Earl Burton, a former school teacher in the San Francisco Bay area.
‘From its inception the vision of the Fellowship was, and remains, to establish a practical spiritual organization and to make it available to anyone interested in pursuing the spiritual work of awakening,’ they state on their website.
Burton is seen with a European artwork purchased with the organization’s cash. Members must give 10 percent of their earnings to the group
Burton, believed to be now aged in his early 80s, sought to create a center celebrating the fine arts – with opera, ballet, works of art and literature the focus.
He based his organization in Oregon House, and created a winery where his devotees worked, when not studying the arts.
Google even purchased wine, the lawsuit claims, from the Grant Marie Winery, an allegedly cult-affiliated vineyard run by a Fellowship member in Oregon House.
But critics claimed that he had sexually abused new members of his group – in particular young boys.
In 1984 a former member filed a $2.75 million lawsuit claiming that young men who joined the organization ‘had been forcefully and unlawfully sexually seduced by Burton,’ according to documents obtained by The New York Times.
In 1996, another former member accused Burton in a law suit of sexual misconduct with him while he was minor. Both suits were settled out of court.
Some accusers, Lloyd alleged, had been flown to the country under false pretenses and then abused.
- Members of Fellowship of Friends are seen with Burton (left, in pale blue suit) holding a meeting
What is Fellowship of Friends?
Founded on January 1, 1970 by San Francisco school teacher Robert Earl Burton, Fellowship of Friends is a non-profit religious organization, headquartered in Oregon House, California.
Burton based his faith system on a philosophy called the Fourth Way, founded by an Armenian philosopher and mystic, George Gurdjieff, who lived from 1866 to 1949.
Burton adopted Gurdjieff’s believe that people are in a hypnotic ‘waking sleep’, and need to work on themselves through studying art, music and literature.
He named his 1,200-acre headquarters Apollo, and his 1,800 followers gave 10 percent of their earnings to the organization – which spent the money on art, fine wine and culture.
Critics have filed lawsuits claiming sexual abuse.
Other critics said that the group was strongly anti-women, and celebrated white European men above all.
In September, investigative journalist Jennings Brown published a six-part podcast produced for Spotify, entitled Revelations.
Brown had spent three years from 2018 digging into the group, and documented allegations of sexual abuse in what he termed a ‘doomsday cult’.
Lloyd said he was aghast that GDS was so strongly linked to the Fellowship, with GDS’s director, Peter Lubbers, described as a longtime member of the group, who joined shortly after he moved to the U.S. from the Netherlands.
Lubbers introduced a video producer named Gabe Pannell to the Fellowship: Pannell was pictured with Burton in 2015, and described as a ‘new student’, The New York Times report.
Lloyd’s lawsuit states: ‘Mr Lubbers gained status and praise relative to the increase of money flowing to the Fellowship through his efforts at Google that put (and kept) other Fellowship members — directly or indirectly — on Google’s payroll.’
Lubbers insisted faith had nothing to do with his hiring.
‘My personal religious beliefs are a deeply held private matter,’ Lubbers told The New York Times.
‘In all my years in tech, they have never played a role in hiring. I have always performed my role by bringing in the right talent for the situation — bringing in the right vendors for the jobs.’
Pannell told the paper that those hired were brought in from ‘a circle of trusted friends and families with extremely qualified backgrounds’.
Lloyd, in his Medium post – which does not name Lubbers or Pannell – said that anxiety about the Fellowship, and its reputation, sparked a panic attack, for which he was admitted to ER.
He said in his court documents that he worried events he produced ‘could somehow be used to funnel money back into the Fellowship of Friends.’
Billionaire LinkedIn founder and Dem mega-donor Reid Hoffman spent night on Epstein’s ‘Pedophile Island’ AFTER his conviction, with Woody Allen visiting his home and Harvard president asking for cash
The LinkedIn co-founder, 55, went to Little St. James – which has been dubbed ‘pedophile island’ – on one occasion, according to the Wall Street Journal. Epstein allegedly used the $125 million estate to abuse underage girls alongside Ghislaine Maxwell and was convicted of soliciting a child for sex in 2008. Hoffman traveled to the island with Joi Ito, the then-MIT Media Lab director, who had asked Hoffman and Epstein to help raise funds for MIT. Documents also reveal that director Woody Allen attended dozens of dinners with his wife at Epstein’s home, and the former president of Harvard University, Lawrence Summers, asked him for money.
Burton is seen in a 1981 photo at Oregon House. In 1984, a former member filed a $2.75 million lawsuit claiming that young men who joined the organization ‘had been forcefully and unlawfully sexually seduced by Burton,’ according to documents obtained by The New York Times. The suit was settled out of court
Fired in February 2021, he has retained a lawyer who previously represented a woman at Lubbers’ previous company, Kelly Services, and sued in 2008 in a similar case.
Lynn Noyes claimed that Kelly Services had failed to promote her because she was not a member of the Fellowship.
A California court awarded her $6.5 million in damages.
‘Anyone outside of the Fellowship is seen as somehow inferior and at times adversarial,’ Lloyd’s lawsuit says.
‘Those that express serious concerns, criticism or question the group may be eventually perceived as enemies.’
Google told The New York Times that they were barred by law from inquiring about someone’s religious practices during the hiring process.
‘We have longstanding employee and supplier policies in place to prevent discrimination and conflicts of interest, and we take those seriously,’ a Google spokeswoman, Courtenay Mencini, said in a statement.
‘It’s against the law to ask for the religious affiliations of those who work for us or for our suppliers, but we’ll of course thoroughly look into these allegations for any irregularities or improper contracting practices.
‘If we find evidence of policy violations, we will take action.’
Who protects these Silicon Valley companies from being exposed in the media?
Spooks infiltrate Silicon Valley: Facebook is riddled with ex-CIA agents – including President’s briefer who now runs ‘harmful content’ team – so many ex-FBI work at Twitter they have Slack channel and Google is rife with ex-CIA
- Mint Press’ Alan MacLeod found that former CIA agents made up some of the top ranks in almost every politically sensitive department at Meta
- He also found that former FBI agents migrated to Twitter in droves
- DailyMail.com has been able to track down many of these former intelligence officials who are now working at top tech companies
- All of them are also Democrat operatives
Former US government intelligence agents are now working across Silicon Valley in senior roles dedicated to censoring ‘misinformation’, DailyMail.com can disclose.
The revelation comes amid fears the FBI operated control over Twitter censorship and the Hunter Biden laptop story.
The Twitter files have revealed the close relationship with the FBI, how the Bureau regularly demanded accounts and tweets be banned and suspicious contact before the Hunter laptop story was censored.
The documents detailed how so many former FBI agents joined Twitter’s ranks over the past few years that they created their own private Slack channel.
A report by Mint Press’ Alan MacLeod identified dozens of Twitter employees, who had previously held positions at the Bureau, by tracking down their LinkedIn profiles
He also found that former CIA agents made up some of the top ranks in almost every politically-sensitive department at Meta, the parent company of Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp.
And in another report, MacLeod detailed the extent to which former CIA agents started working at Google.
It remains unclear whether any of these former agents have worked with their previous employers in a coordinated effort to quash any stories.
But the CIA is prohibited under federal law from ‘engaging in any activities for purposes of affecting or interfering with the domestic political process.’
DailyMail.com has now been able to track down nine former CIA agents who are working, or have worked, at Meta, including Aaron Berman, the senior policy manager for misinformation at the company who had previously written the president’s daily briefings.
Six others have worked for other intelligence agencies before joining the social media giant, many of whom have posted recently about Facebook’s efforts to tamp down on so-called ‘covert influence operations.’
David Agranovich, a former intelligence officer at the National Security Office serving at the White House, even seemed to have dismissed the Twitter Files, which have been released over the past few weeks and show an apparently coordinated effort to quash certain stories.
Meanwhile, at Twitter, DailyMail.com was able to find eight former FBI agents working in divisions of ‘trust’ and ‘security,’ as well as one man who had allegedly worked ‘psychological operations’ at the National Security Council.’
Others, though, like Kristie Canegallo, Google’s former vice president of trust and safety have gone from their jobs at Big Tech companies to serving in intelligence organizations. Canegallo is now the chief of staff for the Department of Homeland Security.
Aaron Berman: President’s former briefer at the CIA turned senior policy manager for misinformation at Meta
For more than 17 years prior to accepting the job at Facebook, Aaron prepared and edited the president’s daily brief
Aaron Berman left his job as a senior analytic manager at the CIA in July 2019 to become a senior policy manager for misinformation at Meta.
Speaking of his job in a video posted to Facebook, he explains that he is the manager of ‘the team that writes the rules for Facebook,’ determining ‘what is acceptable and what is not.’
He says he has to find a balance between ‘harmful content’ and ‘protecting freedom of speech.’
‘We’re really navigating that space as best we can.’
But for more than 17 years prior to accepting the job at Facebook, Aaron prepared and edited the president’s daily brief, writing and overseeing intelligence analyses to enable ‘senior US officials to make decisions on the most critical national security issues,’ according to his LinkedIn profile.
It said he focused especially on ‘the impact of influence operations of social movements, security and democracy,’ MacLeod wrote in his report, but that section seems to have since been deleted.
Still, it notes, he ‘led briefings for Cabinet members, senior National Security Council officials, and Members of Congress.’
Deborah Berman: Former Intelligence analyst at the CIA now working as trust and safety manager
Deborah Berman spent a decade working as a data intelligence analyst at the CIA before she was brought on as Meta’s trust and safety manager.
Not much is known about her work at the notoriously secretive agency, but her pre-agency publications indicate she was a specialist on Syria.
She also describes on her LinkedIn that she is a ‘former CIA analyst with 15 years of experience producing sophisticated strategic, technical, and statistical analysis to advance US national security.’
Deborah is now tasked with protecting Meta from threats and resolving issues with the sites.
Deborah Berman, a former data analyst at the CIA, seemed to praise Meta’s leadership amid massive layoffs in the industry
Recently, she published a post praising Facebook’s leadership amid massive layoffs in the tech industry.
‘I am fortunate to have been spared by Meta layoffs today. Unlike Elon Musk, our leadership clearly values Trust and Safety,’ Deborah wrote last month.
‘This is a c***** situation overall, but I will call out Zuckerberg for publicly owning his mistakes (in a mass email to employees, republished in NYT) that led the company to this place.
‘It’s a nice reminder that no matter how junior or senior you are, owning mistakes and devouring the resultant crow do not show weakness, but win you respect.
‘Similarly, it’s a nice illustration that, if you have an opinion and find it proven wrong, far better to admit it and work to mitigate the consequences than to deny and make others pay. I find that extremely relevant in our fraught society.’
Kris Rose: Political and counterterrorism analyst at the CIA before joining Meta’s Oversight Board
Kris Rose has held a number of positions in the intelligence community before he joined Meta’s Oversight Board in March 2020
Kris Rose has held a number of positions in the intelligence community before he joined Meta’s Oversight Board in March 2020.
His first foray into the field was as a counterterrorism analyst for the CIA, in which, he writes, he ‘assessed developments related to worldwide terrorism in support of US policy makers’ and led ‘team efforts in monitoring terrorism-related trends.’
From there, he became a special advisor of policy strategy at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence for over a year, after which he went back to the CIA as a political analyst.
In that position, he writes, he ‘produced the US government’s leading strategic assessments related to geopolitical trends in support of US foreign policy development’ and ‘drove new thought, research and analysis to senior US officials including the president, the White House, National Security Council, Cabinet officials and Congressional leaders.’
Kris then went on to become the president’s daily briefer himself, informing ‘national security decision-making at the highest levels of the US government’ and presenting the nation’s preeminent intelligence briefing to senior White House officials.’
He served on Meta’s Governance Oversight Board, which is directly responsible for the direction of its social media sites.
Kris has now left that role, too, and is working back in the intelligence industry as a senior advisor to the director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
Bryan Weisbard: Former CIA intelligence officer now employed as director of trust, safety, security and data privacy
Bryan Weisbard worked as a CIA intelligence officer from 2006 to 2010, MacLeod revealed.
In that role he led ‘global teams to conduct counter-terrorism and digital cyber investigations.
He had written on his LinkedIn at the time that he would ‘identify online social media information propaganda and covert influence campaigns’ in his role.
But Bryan appears to have scrubbed any mention of working for the CIA from his profile, which now simply says he held ‘multiple senior level leadership positions in the U.S. government intelligence community.’
Not much is known about Cameron Harris, other than that he worked as a CIA analyst from 2015 through 2019 and is now working as a trust and safety project manager for Meta
Cameron Harris: CIA analyst turned Meta trust and safety project manager
Not much is known about Cameron Harris, other than that he worked as a CIA analyst from 2015 through 2019.
He is now working full time as a trust and safety project manager for Meta.
Scott Stern: CIA targeting officer now working as ‘senior manager of risk intelligence’
Scott Stern first joined the CIA in January 2006, as a targeting/political analyst, making his way up through the ranks of the intelligence agency over the course of more than seven years.
In his last job at the CIA, Stern was the Unit Chief of Targeting, in which position he helped select targets for US drone strikes across South and West Asia.
He writes on his profile that he ‘led high-stakes operational determinations for complex and ambiguous overseas counterterrorism operations.’
Scott also ‘co-developed an innovative analytic report to update policymakers on specific-high profile counterterrorism activities’ as he distilled and clearly communicated ‘incomplete, vague and often intentionally misleading information’ to the White House, Congress and senior intelligence officials.
That incomplete information, he said, led them to ‘formulate insightful, value added conclusions with tight timelines.’
Scott is now working as the senior manager for Trust and Safety Risk Intelligence, in which, he writes, he oversees ‘more than 50 analyses to influence product roadmaps and design… to protect Meta’s users, company and systems from the most complex and high-severity risks across all platforms and abuse areas, notably child safety, counterterrorism, fraud, misinformation, and emerging harms.’
Mike Torrey: Senior CIA analyst now Meta’s technical head of detection, investigations and disruptions of complex information threats
Mike Torrey left his position as a senior analyst at the CIA in September 2018 to become the security engineer investigator for threat analysis.
He writes on his LinkedIn that he had also briefed White House and other top government and military officials, as well as ‘foreign partners,’ and ‘developed methodologies for assessing cyber attribution and cyber threat sophistication.’
Mike also says he conducted ‘in-depth technical analysis and targeting in support of operations, developed targeting studies… and identified and supported recruitment of human and technical intelligence sources against a variety of foreign cyber threat targets worldwide.’
In his position at Meta, Mike writes that he is the ‘problem lead for intelligence, investigations and engineering,’ working to ‘identify, understand and disrupt complex information threats to the Meta community.’
Hagan Barnett was a self-employed contractor for the CIA
Hagan Barnett: CIA contractor who is the head of harmful content operations at Meta
Hagan Barnett’s LinkedIn profile indicates that he was a self-employed contractor for the CIA from 2006 through 2008.
He does not specify what he did at the agency, but later went on to become the chief of the counterterrorism section at the Treasury Department before being promoted in 2019 to Acting Assistant Director of its Counterterrorism, Human Rights and Corruption Division.
Gina Kim Sumilas had served as an assistant general counsel for the CIA for nearly 12 years beginning in 2005.
Gina Kim Sumilas: Former lawyer for CIA now works at Facebook
Gina Kim Sumilas had served as an assistant general counsel for the CIA for nearly 12 years beginning in 2005.
She then went on to work as an attorney for Hewlett-Packard before taking a role serving as Facebook’s director and associate general counsel for the Asia-Pacific region.
Emily Vacher: Former FBI supervisory special agent who now serves as Meta’s director of trust and safety
Others, like Emily Vacher, served in other United States intelligence agencies.
Emily, for example, was in the FBI from 2001 through 2011, MacLeod reports.
She made her way up to the rank of supervisory special agent before being headhunted by Meta.
In an interview with Teen Vogue back in 2018, Emily said he role at Meta is to ‘keep people safe both online and in the real world.
‘Before I came to Facebook, I was an FBI agent,’ she said. ‘I was on the Child Abduction team, so when I came to Facebook I realized that this incredible platform could be used for such good.’
Emily Vacher, served in the FBI from 2001 to 2011, investigating missing children before creating Facebook’s Amber Alert program
She then worked with developers to develop Facebook’s Amber Alert program, alerting users of an abducted child in their area.
‘Coming from a place where I look for missing kids, I knew that the best way to find these ids was to get the information to the right people, and Facebook is the perfect platform for that.’
Mike Bradow worked for a decade at the USAID
Mike Bradow: Former USAID deputy director of policy now working on misinformation policy at Meta
Mike Bradow also worked for a decade at the USAID, eventually becoming deputy director of policy.
The USAID is a government-funded organization, which has faced backlash for bankrolling and staging multiple regime changes in other countries, including in Venezuela in 2002, Cuba in 2021 and ongoing attempts in Nicaragua.
But since 2020, Mike has been employed by Meta as its product policy manager, in which position he is tasked with discovering misinformation.
Jeff Lazarus: Former economic and political analyst at the CIA now working in Meta’s strategic response department
Jeff Lazarus spent five years in the CIA as an economic and political analyst before joining Big Tech
Jeff Lazarus spent five years in the CIA as an economic and political analyst before joining Big Tech.
In his role at the CIA, Lazarus says he wrote ‘dozens of memos and assessments for senior policymakers on Middle East issues’ and completed a tour in Baghdad.
He also ‘briefed lawmakers, Natioanl Security Council staff, sub-cabinet officials and allies on a range of economic, political and security issues in Iraq’ before he joined Google’s staff in 2017 as a policy advisor in its trust and safety department.
Jeff said he would collaborate with ‘product managers, legal, industry partners and externsal subject matter experts on content and behavioral abuse across a range of Google’s consumer and developer-focused products.’
Eventually he was promoted to serve as Google’s ‘central source within the Government Affairs and Public Policy team on a range of cybersecurity-related issues,’ and became a senior policy advisor at the company in April 2021.
From there, Jeff went on to work as a senior trust and safety advisor, and is now in charge of ‘strategic response’ at Meta.
It is unclear what that role entails.
Olga Belogolova analyzed threats from Russia at the State Department and is now leading policy for countering influence operations at Facebook
Olga Belogolova: Worked at State Department and the Office of the Secretary of Defense before joining Facebook as its policy manager
Olga Belogolova has had stints at the State Department and the Office of the Secretary of Defense before she joined Meta’s staff in 2017.
She started off as just an analyst, before becoming an analyst specifically researching threats from Russia.
Olga writes that in that position, she would ‘identify, track and disrupt campaigns’ leading work on threats from Russia and Eastern Europe and ‘in particular the Internet Research Agency investigations between 2017 – 2019.’
She is now leading policy for countering influence operations at Facebook, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Just recently, she posted about Facebook’s efforts to combat covert influence operations from 2017 and 2022, writing: ‘Our investigative teams have identified and disrupted over 200 CIB networks now from all over world, from 68 countries in at least 42 languages from Amharic to Urdu to Russian and Chinese.’
Corey Ponder: Ex-CIA senior targeting analyst now working as a senior strategist at Meta focusing on creator equity and wellbeing
Corey Ponder started out as a policy consultant at the Department of Homeland Security
Corey Ponder started out as a policy consultant at the Department of Homeland Security, analyzing the overlap between cargo supply chains, regulatory agencies and aviation passenger chains, according to his LinkedIn.
He moved on to the CIA as a liaison officer in April 2012, working in Afghanistan to ‘manage outreach programs’ and communicating ‘key analysis on regional and national developments to senior military and diplomatic officials.’
Corey worked his way up at the agency, his profile shows, and became a lead data analyst and eventually a senior targeting analyst.
But in 2015, Corey was recruited by Facebook to become a product specialist, before ultimately becoming the policy programs associate manager three years later.
Writing of his years of experience, Corey says: ‘As a national security analyst with the CIA, I helped the organization harness “big data,” managed an outreach and briefing program with senior leaders and developed a new analytic team to grow our organization’s capabilities.
‘With Facebook, I listened to users and drove product quality, advocated for users’ rights to privacy and built partnerships with community colleges and nonprofits to bring digital skills education to US workers.
‘At Google, I built our privacy best practices to insure user trust and meet user needs.
‘Now at Meta, I develop programs for creator partners, craft initiatives and support product strategies to help them feel safe, valued and treated fairly on our platforms.’
Hayley Chang served as deputy general counsel for the FBI and is now leading Meta’s legal team
Hayley Chang: Former FBI lawyer now working as the director of associate general counsel for Meta’s cybersecurity and investigations team
Hayley Chang leads Meta’s legal team, focusing on protecting the company and its users ‘from malicious activity in cyberspace,’ her profile on the George Mason website says.
Before taking on that job, she had served as deputy general counsel for the FBI , where she oversaw 9/11-related suits.
Hayley had previously served as deputy general counsel for cyber and technology at the Department of Homeland Security, her profile says.
In that capacity, she testified in favor of the Preventing Emerging Threats Act in 2018, which enables federal law enforcement to ‘use advanced technology to counter emerging threats from drones.’
She also led the department’s legal strategy to ‘leverage new authorities to mitigate a Russia-based cybersecurity threat.’
Robert Flaim was a strategic technology advisor for the FBI for more than 20 years prior to joining Meta as the head of strategic platforms in June 2020
Robert Flaim: Meta’s head of strategic platforms who spent more than 20 years in FBI
Robert Flaim joined Meta as the head of strategic platforms in June 2020.
Before that, he was working as a business development manager for Amazon Web Services, according to his LinkedIn, and was previously a strategic technology advisor at the FBI for more than 20 years.
Daniel Aragnovich: Director for intelligence at the National Security Council who is now the director for global threat disruption at Meta
Before joining Meta last year, Daniel Aragnovich served in the United States Department of Defense — first on the 2016 National Security Council’s Presidential Transition Team before working as an analyst for six years.
Daniel Aragnovich served in the United States Department of Defense — first on the 2016 National Security Council’s Presidential Transition Team before working as an analyst for six years
From there, Daniel worked as the director for intelligence at the National Security Council and was then headhunted to become Facebook’s Global Threat Disruption Lead in 2018 and eventually taking on the role at Meta.
He also shared information about Meta’s efforts to quash cyber-espionage, writing on Friday: ‘Our surveillance-for-hire report focuses on new entities engaged in recon, engagement, or exploitation on behalf of clients around the world, building on our last year’s report.’
But he also seemed to dismiss concerns about government involvement in social media companies, tweeting on December 9: ‘Good people doing one of the hardest jobs in tech don’t deserve to become political footballs for a manic billionaire or for ladder-climbing opportunities.’
He seemed to dismiss the revelations posed by the Twitter files in a tweet earlier this month
Nathaniel Gleicher: Former director of cybersecurity policy for the NSC joined Meta as head of security policy
Nathaniel Gleicher joined Meta in 2018 as the head of its security policy, just a few years after leaving the NSC
Similarly, Nathaniel Gleicher joined Meta in 2018 as the head of its security policy, just a few years after leaving the NSC.
He had served as Director for Cybersecurity Policy at the National Security Council (NSC) in the White House, where he said he would develop ‘US government policy on key technology and cybersecurity challenges, including encryption, cyber deterrence, internet governance and network security.’
Nathaniel says on his Twitter that at Meta, he ‘counters adversarial threats,’ though he does not specify what those may be.
Jeffrey Gellman served as a ‘special assistant’ to the National Security Council at the White House before becoming a senior advisor on international security and nonproliferation at the Department of State
Jeffrey Gelman: Former NSC and State Department official who became the policy communications manager at Facebook
Jeffrey Gelman started out as a foreign policy advisor on then presidential candidate Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign before taking on a role as a ‘special assistant’ to the National Security Council at the White House.
He then became a senior advisor on international security and nonproliferation at the Department of State for three years.
From there, he went on to serve a variety of roles prior to becoming Facebook’s policy communications manager in March 2020.
Jeffrey stepped down from that role, though, in November, and is now working as the deputy head of global communications and public engagement at the Oversight Board in London, England.
Erin Clancey was a political analyst at the State Department and served time at US embassies in the Middle East before being appointed to serve as a public policy manager for Meta in February 2021
Erin Clancey: Political Advisor at the State Department turned public policy manager at Meta
Erin Clancey’s first real job out of school was as an intelligence analyst at the State Department, where she writes she ‘contributed intelligence analysis’ on counterterrorist finance assessment in the Middle East and North Africa at the request of the Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research.
Erin also boasts that she worked on the US sanctions placed on Iraq and Sudan by the US government.
She served time as a political-military advisor at the US Embassy in Oman and at the US Embassy in Damascus during the time of the Syrian civil war and the Arab Spring.
Additionally, Erin coordinated with the White Helmets — a controversial aid organization that some have alleged is too close to al Qaeda.
And, Erin’s LinkedIn notes, she volunteered on both the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016 and the Joe Biden campaign in 2020.
Erin was ultimately appointed to serve as a public policy manager for Meta in February 2021, but still moonlighted as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and as a fellow on the Atlantic Council.
Jim Baker, who before serving as deputy general counsel for Twitter held a similar role for the FBI, is now under fire for meeting secretly with some of his former colleagues at the Bureau
Jim Baker: The embattled Twitter lawyer who used to work for the CIA
Jim Baker has come under fire in recent days after it was revealed that he previously served as an attorney for the FBI but is now working at Twitter.
On Monday, journalist Michael Shellenberger revealed how the FBI met with Jim Baker ahead of the 2020 presidential election, where he convinced Roth that the materials from Hunter Biden’s laptop could be ‘Russian disinformation.’
The trove of documents Shellenberger released detailed how several former FBI officials were joining the ranks at Twitter, and those left at the Bureau had tried to get top-level security clearance for Twitter officials so they could be notified of any alleged election interference.
Matthew Williams spent more than 15 years with the FBI, starting out as an intelligence analyst in March 2005
Agents even allegedly paid Twitter executives $3.5million to silence the story.
Matthew Williams: Intelligence program manager at the FBI who became a senior director at Twitter
Matthew Williams spent more than 15 years with the FBI, starting out as an intelligence analyst in March 2005 before ultimately moving up in the ranks to become an intelligence program manager.
He ultimately joined Twitter in June 2020 as a ‘senior director of public trust’ according to his LinkedIn, and was promoted in June to ‘senior director of public trust, revenue policy, counsel systemsand analytics.’
Kevin Michelena spent more than 12 years working in the FBI as an intelligence analyst before he joined Twitter
With that promotion, the New York Post reports, became the co-lead of Twitter’s Trust and Safety department.
Kevin Michelena: An FBI intelligence analyst for more than a decade before becoming Twitter’s senior corporate security analyst
Kevin Michelena spent more than 12 years working in the FBI as an intelligence analyst before he joined Twitter’s ranks.
He writes on his LinkedIn that he was a technical intelligence analyst, though he does not specify what that role entailed.
In June 2021, Kevin became Twitter’s senior corporate security analyst, in which he writes, he autonomously runs the Protective Intelligence Team’s Data Center Security program.
Doug Hunt joined Twitter as a senior director in 2016, leading its Special Security Support Team and assessing and mitigating ‘threats to Twitter’s most visible employees and events.’
Doug Hunt: Ex-supervisory special agent now serving as a senior director at Twitter
Doug Hunt spent over 20 years with the FBI as a supervisory special agent, working to take down gangs and criminal enterprises, according to his LinkedIn.
He joined Twitter as a senior director in 2016, leading its Special Security Support Team and assessing and mitigating ‘threats to Twitter’s most visible employees and events.’
Karen Walsh spent more than 20 years in the FBI, as a special agent focused on public-private sector outreach
Karen Walsh: Former special agent focused on public-private sector outreach who now serves as Twitter’s director of corporate resilience
Karen Walsh spent more than 20 years in the FBI, as a special agent focused on public-private sector outreach.
She then joined Twitter as a director of corporate resilience in March 2020, writing on LinkedIn: ‘Privileged to find myself working with a new family of amazing people!’
Dawn Burton: Former federal prosecutor who is now Twitter’s director of strategy and operations
Dawn Burton is a former federal prosecutor who served as deputy chief of staff to former FBI Director James Comey.
She does not write much about what she did at the FBI, but working that closely with Comey, she likely would have been involved in the FBI’s investigation into then presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s emails, as well as its probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Dawn Burton is a former federal prosecutor who served as deputy chief of staff to former FBI Director James Comey
Dawn continued to serve in her role following Comey’s ouster, before joining Twitter in September 2019 as the director of strategies, counsel organization.
‘Over the last three years at Twitter, I have built and scaled a global strategy and operations team of more than 40 incredibly talented and high-performing business and finance operations, strategy and program management, data analytics, and systems and tools professionals,’ she boasts on her LinkedIn
But her LinkedIn says she left the role over the summer, and is now working as the chief of staff for Google’s ads privacy and safety department.
Michael Bertrand spent 23 years with the FBI working in counterterrorism and internal investigations
Michael Bertrand: Worked over two decades on counterterrorism in the FBI before taking on role as ‘crisis manager’ at Twitter
Michael Bertrand spent 23 years with the FBI working in counterterrorism and internal investigations.
He was also the chief of staff to some of the FBI’s top executives from 2018 to 2020.
Bertrand is now a ‘crisis manager’ at Twitter.
In that position, the Post reports, he is responsible for ‘proactively and selectively leaking terms to assess and manage global incidents and crises affecting Twitter employees’ offices and reputation.’
Mark Jaroszewski: Former supervisory special agent who now serves as Twitter’s director of corporate security and risk
Mark Jaroszewski started out as a New York State trooper, spending seven years on patrol and another three investigating narcotic deals.
He then worked for over 20 years as a supervisory special agent for the Bureau in the violent crime, organized crime and terrorism units.
A 2018 press release says his job was focused on ‘helping the FBI create strategic, mutually beneficial relationships with the private sector.’
But from there, he was snatched up by the private sector, becoming the head of the crisis management team later that year.
Mark was then promoted in 2020 to become the director of corporate security and risk.
As he writes on his LinkedIn: My team looks to current events and the future to identify, assess and understand potential risks and threats before they materialize, on one of the most complicated platforms in the world.
Vincent Lucero spent more than 22 years at the Bureau and is now Twitter’s senior security manager
‘My team solves problems, builds collaboratively across teams and provides sound analytical assessments to inform leadership, content moderation and the business.’
Vincent Lucero: Supervisory special agent turned senior security manager at Twitter
Vincent Lucero spent more than 22 years at the Bureau, according to his LinkedIn.
He was a supervisory special agent for the FBI’s Weapons of Mass Destruction directorate from January 2012 to May 2015, before becoming an assistant legal attaché for four years.
Vincent then served another two years as a supervisory special agent for the Bureau, while apparently also serving as Twitter’s senior security manager.
Greg Anderson was allegedly engaged in ‘psychological operations’ at NATO before he joined Twitter as a policy specialist. He now works at TikTok
Greg Anderson: Worked NATO ‘psychological operations’ before becoming Twitter’s product policy manager
In 2019, Twitter hired Greg Anderson straight out of NATO to work on its cybercrime policy, according to MacLeod.
MacLeod had reported that his LinkedIn profile said at the time that he worked on ‘psychological operations’ for the trade alliance.
But after Mint Press highlighted his work in April, he removed all mentions of ‘psychological operations’ from his profile, claiming to instead have just worked as a ‘researcher.’
Either way, Greg joined Twitter in 2019 as a policy specialist before moving on to work as a product policy manager for TikTok.
In a recent post on his LinkedIn, Greg wrote: The staff at Twitter are some of the best in the field and I was honored to have worked alongside them during my time there.
‘They are driven, intelligent and above all empathetic. ‘
Jacqueline Lopour spent more than 10 years at the CIA
Jacqueline Lopour: The former ‘go-to-writer’ at the CIA works intelligence collection at Google
Jacqueline Lopour spent more than 10 years at the CIA, according to a profile about her at the Canadian Network for Research on terrorism, security and society.
She had served as a ‘leading US government expert on security challenges in South Asia and the Middle East’ and was the ‘go-to-writer of quickly needed papers for the US president,’ MacLeod reported.
In her position, her profile says, she performed analyses on security issues, specifically focusing on counterterrorism in South Asia and the Middle East.
She also did a rotation at the National Counter Terrorism Center where she followed terrorist groups in Syria.
Lopour then joined Google in 2017 as a senior intelligence collection and trust and safety manager.
Ryan Fugit spent eight years as a CIA officer, working in the Directorate of Operations across many mission centers throughout the world
Ryan Fugit: Former CIA officer recruited by Google to become senior manager of trust and safety
Ryan Fugit spent eight years as a CIA officer, working in the Directorate of Operations across many mission centers throughout the world.
In that capacity, he writes on his LinkedIn, he ‘led and oversaw the global collection and reporting of technical cyber threats.’
He was then recruited by Google in 2019 to become its senior manager of trust and safety, managing a ‘global Trust and Safety team of full-time employees and vendors.’
The team focused on ‘dark web monitoring, cyber threats, open source intel collection and an abuse bug bounty program,’ Ryan’s LinkedIn says.
Nick Rossman served as an analyst for both the FBI and the CIA before he was recruited by Google to become its senior manager of trust and safety
Nick Rossman: Ex FBI and CIA agent who is serving as the senior manager of trust and safety at Google
Nick Rossman served as an analyst for both the FBI and the CIA before he was recruited by Google to become its senior manager of trust and safety.
In his work as an analyst at the FBI, he says he ‘wrote time-sensitive, analytic counterterrorism assessments and collaborated with a team of agents and analysts in the US and overseas on hostage cases in Afghanistan and Pakistan.’
From there he became an analyst at the CIA, where he worked for five years focusing on issues in Iraq.
‘While in government as a CIA intelligence analyst, I developed innovative intelligence products to address customers’ needs,’ Nick’s LinkedIn reads.
‘As an analyst covering a unique target — rule of law issues in the Middle East — I developed collaborative working relationships with intelligence customers to identify their analytic needs and use interviews and debriefings to leverage their knowledge for leaders across the community.’
Jacob Barrett served seven years with the CIA
Jacob Barrett: Former CIA officer who lead’s Google’s Security Intelligence team
Jacob Barrett served seven years with the CIA, first as an ‘open source officer’ in 2007 before becoming an ‘expert open source officer for Big Data’ in 2013.
As part of his responsibilities, he writes on his LinkedIn, he managed ‘major big data pilot programs, evaluat[ed] technologies and secur[ed] and initiate[ed] new contracts.’
Jacob then joined Google as an associate principle for the trust and safety team two years later, and was promoted in October to the director of security intelligence.
In that role, he explains on his LinkedIn profile: ‘I lead Google’s Security Intelligence team, which investigates, monitors and disrupts the most dangerous security threats facing our users.
‘We conduct deep investigations into attacker behavior and quantitative performance analysis of Google’s web-scale protection systems, the combination of which informs Google’s high-level security strategy.’
Chelsea Magnant spent nine full years at the CIA, working as a political analyst before she was recruited by Google in October 2018
Chelsea Magnant: CIA political analyst turned Google’s cybersecurity policy manager
Chelsea Magnant spent nine full years in the CIA as a political analyst before she was recruited by Google.
Yong Suk Lee spent a full 22 years at the CIA as a manager and analyst for the Directorate of Analysis
She joined the tech giant in October 2018 as a global threat analyst, eventually making her way through the ranks of the company to become the search giant’s cybersecurity policy manager this past October.
Yong Suk Lee: Former CIA manager who became Google’s director of global risk analysis
Yong Suk Lee started out his career in the CIA, spending a full 22 years at the agency as a manager and analyst for the Directorate of Analysis.
He left the agency in 2019, according to his LinkedIn, at which point he joined Google as the lead of the company’s risk analysis.
Lee was also promoted in May, and is now the director of the department.
He does not offer any specifics of what he did, either at the CIA or at Google.
Beth Schmierer: Former strategic analyst at the CIA and political officer at the State Department who is now Google’s ‘Americas Intel Manager’
Beth Schmierer got her start as a strategic analyst at the CIA, eventually becoming the agency’s senior political analyst.
In that role, she writes on her LinkedIn, Beth ‘analyzed classified and open source information to mitigate threats to US national security in Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.’
Beth Schmierer analyzed information in the CIA to ‘mitigate threats to US national security in Europe, Latin America and the Middle East’
She also ‘wrote assessments to inform policymakers — up to and including the president — about foreign threats to US interests, enabling policymakers to avoid tactical surprise, mange ongoing crises and advance US interests abroad.
‘She recognized when the US government lacked information and worked with the intelligence community to drive collection to fill these information gaps,’ Beth continued.
Beth also boasted that she was deployed to Iraq in 2008 ‘to help defeat extremists, support the US warfighters and contribute to reconciliation.
In 2011, she moved on to the State Department, where she served as a political officer for 10 years, working with foreign governments ‘to implement the US government’s agenda in Spain and Latin America.’
She would also deliver briefings to the US ambassador and ‘authored reports measuring the impact of US policies overseas.’
By September 2021, Beth decided to get out of the public sector, and took a four-month break from work before joining Google, first as a global threat analyst in the Americas and then as the Americas Intel Manager.
It is unclear what that role entails.
Candice Bryant worked as a political analyst at the CIA for five years before stepping into the field of communications
Candice Bryant: The CIA’s former chief or public communications now works communications for Google
Candice Bryant also got her start at the CIA, working as a political analyst for five years before stepping into the field of communications.
She was promoted to be the agency’s chief of public communications in March 2019, and spent more than two years in that role before she was headhunted by Google.
Candice writes in her profile that she worked to support ‘CIA leadership, the president of the United States and senior policymakers’ in her capacity at the agency, and has a background in corporate communications ‘focused on a range of issues from security to DEI.’
Meaghan Gruppo started off as a public affairs officer for the CIA before becoming an intelligence analyst for the agency
Meaghan Gruppo: Ex-CIA intelligence analyst who is now Google’s Global Intelligence manager for its Enterprise Security Risk Analysis department
Meaghan Gruppo actually started off as a public affairs officer for the CIA, working as the agency’s senior editor of its website.
She held that position for two years before becoming an intelligence analyst at the agency.
From there, Meaghan went on to hold a series of odd jobs in public relations and marketing until 2016 when she started working as a senior analyst for the New York Police Department’s counterterrorism bureau.
In that role, she writes on her LinkedIn, Meaghan ‘developed tactical and strategic intelligence assessments related to US violent extremist groups.’
Ultimately, Meaghan joined Google in 2018 as a program manager for its Enterprise Threat Management Department before eventually becoming the company’s Global Intelligence Manager.
As she writes on her profile: ‘A background in intelligence analysis and communications brought me to Google where I use both to build programs that help the company identify, assess and mitigate strategic security risk.’
Clinton Dallas’ LinkedIn notes that he was an officer at the CIA for a total of nine years
Clinton Dallas: Ex-CIA officer now working as Google’s systems access lead
Clinton Dallas’ LinkedIn notes that he was an officer at the CIA for a total of nine years before he was hired by Google in January.
It is unclear what he did in the agency, but at Google, he writes that he leads ‘risk analysis efforts to help set and implement strategy at the intersection of data security, network access and third-party (contingent) workers.
‘A career theme I’ve had has been navigating and solving risky and complex problems on a global scale while also developing strategy and [go-to-management] plans,’ he writes.
‘Leveraging these experiences and skills in a product role with global impact is my professional orientation.’
Katherine Tobin jumped from the Office from the Director of National Intelligence to the CIA and back before she joined Google’s ranks
Katherine Tobin: Former branch chief for the CIA who now heads Google’s workspace innovation for its global public sector
Katherine Tobin jumped from the Office from the Director of National Intelligence to the CIA and back before she joined Google’s ranks.
She started out in 2010 as an enterprise manager for the Office of the National Intelligence manager for South Asia, spending four years in that role, before joining the CIA as a branch chief in its Office of Advanced Analytics at the Directorate of Analysis.
From there, she returned to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, working for another two years as the director of its lateral innovation division.
Katherine finally joined Google in May 2021, working as its head of workspace innovation for the global public sector.
‘After over a decade in the US intelligence community, I am now at Google, where I help federal, state and local governments to accomplish their missions more effectively, more efficiently and more securely using state-of-the-art technology,’ Katherine writes on her LinkedIn.
Joanna Gillia worked as a leadership analyst for the CIA from September 2012 through January 2014
She adds that her ‘favorite problems to solve are around promoting diversity, equity and inclusion, whether that’s human capital, technology use or access to public spaces.’
Joanna Gillia: Former leadership analyst at the CIA who became a talent consultant at Google
Joanna Gillia worked as a leadership analyst for the CIA from September 2012 through January 2014, MacLeod reported — though her LinkedIn profile now just says she worked for the ‘US government.’
She joined Google straight from the agency, and stayed at the company for over five years, eventually becoming a talent consultant in July 2019.
According to her profile, though, Joanna left the company the following year.
It is unclear what she is doing now.
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– Silicon Valley Venture Capitalists Rape And Sex-Extort Interns.
– Silicon Valley’s Greylock Partners, Kleiner Perkins, and most other VC’s are rapists, sexual predators and political bribery enthusiasts and nobody ever arrests them for it…
– They Hire hookers and Rent-Boys, not for the sex, but to be able to “control another human” because they are almost all Sociopath personality types.
– They hire “clubs” to secure underage children for them because they want to have total manipulation over a helpless person because it makes these men feel more powerful.
– The Rosewood Hotel and the Four Seasons hotels in Palo Alto are riddled with $6000.00 per night hookers, rent boys, Stanford Co-Ed “sugar babies” and Russian Mafia managed Ukrainian prostitutes. You just have to know the “code words” and hand signals to play “the game”.
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By KATIE BENNER
Rachel Renock, the chief executive of Wethos, center, with her business partners, Claire Humphreys, left, and Kristen Ablamsky. Ms. Renock said they received sexist comments while seeking financing. Credit Sasha Maslov for The New York Times
Their stories came out slowly, even hesitantly, at first. Then in a rush.
One female entrepreneur recounted how she had been propositioned by a Silicon Valley venture capitalist while seeking a job with him, which she did not land after rebuffing him. Another showed the increasingly suggestive messages she had received from a start-up investor. And one chief executive described how she had faced numerous sexist comments from an investor while raising money for her online community website.
What happened afterward was often just as disturbing, the women told The New York Times. Many times, the investors’ firms and colleagues ignored or played down what had happened when the situations were brought to their attention. Saying anything, the women were warned, might lead to ostracism.
Now some of these female entrepreneurs have decided to take that risk. More than two dozen women in the technology start-up industry spoke to The Times in recent days about being sexually harassed. Ten of them named the investors involved, often providing corroborating messages and emails, and pointed to high-profile venture capitalists such as Chris Sacca of Lowercase Capital and Dave McClure of 500 Startups.
The disclosures came after the tech news site The Information reported that female entrepreneurs had been preyed upon by a venture capitalist, Justin Caldbeck of Binary Capital. The new accounts underscore how sexual harassment in the tech start-up ecosystem goes beyond one firm and is pervasive and ingrained. Now their speaking out suggests a cultural shift in Silicon Valley, where such predatory behavior had often been murmured about but rarely exposed.
The tech industry has long suffered a gender imbalance, with companies such as Google and Facebook acknowledging how few women were in their ranks. Some female engineers have started to speak out on the issue, including a former Uber engineer who detailed a pattern of sexual harassment at the company, setting off internal investigations that spurred the resignation in June of Uber’s chief executive, Travis Kalanick.
Most recently, the revelations about Mr. Caldbeck of Binary Capital have triggered an outcry. The investor has been accused of sexually harassing entrepreneurs while he worked at three different venture firms in the past seven years, often in meetings in which the women were presenting their companies to him.
Several of Silicon Valley’s top venture capitalists and technologists, including Reid Hoffman, a founder of LinkedIn, condemned Mr. Caldbeck’s behavior last week and called for investors to sign a “decency pledge.” Binary has since collapsed, with Mr. Caldbeck leaving the firm and investors pulling money out of its funds.
The chain of events has emboldened more women to talk publicly about the treatment they said they had endured from tech investors.
“Female entrepreneurs are a critical part of the fabric of Silicon Valley,” said Katrina Lake, founder and chief executive of the online clothing start-up Stitch Fix, who was one of the women targeted by Mr. Caldbeck. “It’s important to expose the type of behavior that’s been reported in the last few weeks, so the community can recognize and address these problems.”
The women’s experiences help explain why the venture capital and start-up ecosystem — which underpins the tech industry and has spawned companies such as Google, Facebook and Amazon — has been so lopsided in terms of gender.
Most venture capitalists and entrepreneurs are men, with female entrepreneurs receiving $1.5 billion in funding last year versus $58.2 billion for men, according to the data firm PitchBook. Many of the investors hold outsize power, since entrepreneurs need their money to turn ideas and innovations into a business. And because the venture industry operates with few disclosure requirements, people have kept silent about investors who cross the lines with entrepreneurs.
Some venture capitalists’ abuse of power has come to light in recent years. In 2015, Ellen Pao took her former employer, the prestigious venture firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, to trial for allegations of gender discrimination, leveling accusations of professional retaliation after spurned sexual advances. Ms. Pao lost the case, but it sparked a debate about whether women in tech should publicly call out unequal treatment.
“Having had several women come out earlier, including Ellen Pao and me, most likely paved the way and primed the industry that these things indeed happen,” said Gesche Haas, an entrepreneur who said she was propositioned for sex by an investor, Pavel Curda, in 2014. Mr. Curda has since apologized.
Some of the entrepreneurs who spoke with The Times said they were often touched without permission by investors or advisers.
At a mostly male tech gathering in Las Vegas in 2009, Susan Wu, an entrepreneur and investor, said that Mr. Sacca, an investor and former Google executive, touched her face without her consent in a way that made her uncomfortable. Ms. Wu said she was also propositioned by Mr. Caldbeck while fund-raising in 2010 and worked hard to avoid him later when they crossed paths.
“There is such a massive imbalance of power that women in the industry often end up in distressing situations,” Ms. Wu said.
After being contacted by The Times, Mr. Sacca wrote in a blog post on Thursday: “I now understand I personally contributed to the problem. I am sorry.” In a statement to The Times, he added that he was “grateful to Susan and the other brave women sharing their stories. I’m confident the result of their courage will be long-overdue, lasting change.”
After the publication of this article, Mr. Sacca contacted The Times again to amend his original statement, adding: “I dispute Susan’s account from 2009.”
Many of the women also said they believed they had limited ability to push back against inappropriate behavior, often because they needed funding, a job or other help.
In 2014, Sarah Kunst, 31, an entrepreneur, said she discussed a potential job at 500 Startups, a start-up incubator in San Francisco. During the recruiting process, Mr. McClure, a founder of 500 Startups and an investor, sent her a Facebook message that read in part, “I was getting confused figuring out whether to hire you or hit on you.”
Ms. Kunst, who now runs a fitness start-up, said she declined Mr. McClure’s advance. When she later discussed the message with one of Mr. McClure’s colleagues, she said 500 Startups ended its conversations with her.
500 Startups said Mr. McClure, who did not respond to a request for comment, was no longer in charge of day-to-day operations after an internal investigation.
“After being made aware of instances of Dave having inappropriate behavior with women in the tech community, we have been making changes internally,” 500 Startups said. “He recognizes he has made mistakes and has been going through counseling to work on addressing changes in his previous unacceptable behavior.”
Rachel Renock, the chief executive of Wethos, described a similar situation in which she faced sexist comments while seeking financing for her online community site. While she and her female partners were fund-raising in March, one investor told them that they should marry for money, that he liked it when women fought back because he would always win, and that they needed more attractive photos of themselves in their presentation.
They put up with the comments, Ms. Renock said, because they “couldn’t imagine a world in which that $500,000 wasn’t on the table anymore.” Ms. Renock declined to name the investor. Wethos raised the $500,000 from someone else and is still fund-raising.
Wendy Dent, 43, whose company Cinemmerse makes an app for smart watches, said she was sent increasingly flirtatious messages by a start-up adviser, Marc Canter, as she was trying to start her company in 2014. Mr. Canter, who had founded a software company in the 1980s that became known as Macromedia, initially agreed to help her find a co-founder. But over time, his messages became sexual in nature.
In one message, reviewed by The Times, he wrote that she was a “sorceress casting a spell.” In another, he commented on how she looked in a blue dress and added, “Know what I’m thinking? Why am I sending you this — in private?”
Mr. Canter, in an interview, said that Ms. Dent “came on strong to me, asking for help” and that she had used her sexuality publicly. He said he disliked her ideas so he behaved the way he did to make her go away.
Some entrepreneurs were asked to not speak about the behavior they experienced.
At a start-up competition in 2014 in San Francisco, Lisa Curtis, an entrepreneur, pitched her food start-up, Kuli Kuli, and was told her idea had won the most plaudits from the audience, opening the door to possible investment. As she stepped off the stage, an investor named Jose De Dios, said, “Of course you won. You’re a total babe.”
Ms. Curtis later posted on Facebook about the exchange and got a call from a different investor. He said “that if I didn’t take down the post, no one in Silicon Valley would give me money again,” she said. Ms. Curtis deleted the post.
In a statement, Mr. De Dios said he “unequivocally did not make a defamatory remark.”
Often, change happens only when there is a public revelation, some of the women said. In the case of Mr. Caldbeck and Binary, the investor and the firm have apologized, as has Mr. Caldbeck’s previous employer, the venture capital firm Lightspeed Venture Partners, which had received complaints about him.
“We regret we did not take stronger action,” Lightspeed said on Twitter on Tuesday. “It is clear now that we should have done more.”
Lindsay Meyer, an entrepreneur in San Francisco, said Mr. Caldbeck put $25,000 of his own money into her fitness start-up in 2015. That gave Mr. Caldbeck reason to constantly text her; in those messages, reviewed by The Times, he asked if she was attracted to him and why she would rather be with her boyfriend than him. At times, he groped and kissed her, she said.
“I felt like I had to tolerate it because this is the cost of being a nonwhite female founder,” said Ms. Meyer, who is Asian-American.
But even after she reached out to a mentor, who alerted one of Binary’s investors, Legacy Venture, to Mr. Caldbeck’s actions, little changed. Legacy went on to invest in Binary’s new fund. Binary and Mr. Caldbeck declined to comment.
“We failed to follow up on information about Mr. Caldbeck’s personal behavior,” Legacy said in a statement. “We regret this oversight and are determined to do better.”
A Silicon Valley venture capitalist has been sued for $40 million by a woman who claims he used her as a virtual sex slave for 13 years.
Michael Goguen, who had worked for a firm that funded Google and Paypal, “sexually and physically” abused Amber Laurel Baptiste over more than 13 years after picking her up at a Texas strip club, her lawsuit alleges.
Baptiste, who claims she was brought to the United States from Canada by human traffickers at 15, said she endured “countless hours of forced sodomy” from the tech titan. The former stripper said Goguen made her endure demeaning sexual acts, sodomized her for “six hours at a time,” and forced her to call him “king” and “emperor.”
Filed in San Mateo County, Calif., on March 8, her suit details a life of torture and servitude as she was jetting around the globe to serve as the millionaire’s plaything. She claims Goguen had promised to save her from human trafficking but instead became an even worse predator himself.
Goguen, who was forced to step down from his position at Sequoia Capital, did not deny that the two had a sexual relationship but insisted the sex was consensual. He filed a countersuit against Baptiste claiming she is an “exotic dancer . . . looking for a payday.”
The venture capitalist said Baptiste was obsessed with him and sought to extort him because she was jealous of his wife. In his countersuit, Goguen provides pages of texts and emails in which she apparently refers to him as “Prince Charming,” “My Beautiful Love” and “the sweetest man in the world.”
The suit includes Bapiste’s descriptions of the “amazing sex” the two had together and photos that she allegedly sent him in which she is seen playfully posing in her underwear.
Baptiste is demanding $40 million, saying the two agreed on the amount to compensate her for the horrors she had suffered. Goguen, who has already paid her $10 million, said she is “a woman scorned” and a victim “of her own delusions.”
He claims that when he tried to end their relationship, Baptiste became bent on vengeance, threatening to ruin his life and reputation. He said that he had no choice but to pay her the $10 million, but that she refused to relent and demanded more money.
Sequoia Capital released a statement that called Goguen’s departure from the firm the “appropriate course of action.”A philanthropist, Goguen was lauded for donating $2 million to fight online child pornography and sex trafficking where he lives in Montana.
Goguen is not the only business leader who’s faced backlash over sexually inappropriate behavior.
FACEBOOK BOSS IN UNDER-AGE SEX SCANDAL
Dov Katz, head of the computer vision and machine learning group at Facebook-owned Oculus, has been charged in King County for attempted commercial sexual abuse of a minor. The 38-year-old tech exec allegedly attempted to contact what he believed to be was a 15-year-old girl for sex. The fictitious 15-year-old was actually an undercover police officer with the Tukwila Police Department, a city just south of Seattle.
The news was first reported by KING 5, which said that Katz was arrested by Tukwila Police on Wednesday. Katz is to be arraigned on January 5th, and bail was set at $125,000. An Israeli citizen who resides in California, Katz is forbidden to have contact with any minors, except in the presence of a responsible adult, according to charging documents. Katz allegedly responded to an online advertisement that offered sex in exchange for money, an ad which was posted by undercover police officer posing as a 15-year-old girl.
Horrific Google Anal Sex Slave Case Uncovers Twisted Perversions Of Google Executives
By Samantha Conners – APT
Michael Goguen, Google’s married senior investor, “sexually and physically” abused Amber Laurel Baptiste with constant anal sex over more than 13 years after picking her up at a Texas strip club. His company: Sequoia Capital, has had other run-ins with cheating married executives, escorts and tax evasion schemes, per legal filings.
Eric Schmidt, the head of Google, proclaimed that he would have a “open marriage” where he could have sex any time, with anybody, and is documented in a ream of news articles and video regarding his fifteen million dollar “sex penthouse” in New York.
Sergey Brin, another head of Google, is featured in numerous news articles for his “three way sex romp” with multiple Google employees forcing one employee to move to China to escape him. A married Google senior executive named Hayes, who helped rig Google’s searches for political clients, was murdered on his “sex yacht” by his prostitute, which other Google executives had used.
Ravi Kumar, another VC associated with Google Executives, was also murdered by a pack of hookers and pimps that frequented his Silicon Valley home.
Valley Girls was a private escort service that used Stanford Co-eds to service the sexual kinks of Google executives.
Ellen Pao famously sued Google founding investor John Doerr, and his company Kleiner Perkins, for sexual abuse.
Google employee divorce filings hold the Silicon Valley record for use of the word “abuse” as one of the reasons given in the legal papers filed to initiate the divorce.
The list of kinky, twisted, bizarre sexual antics of Google executives, and their investors, goes on for pages and pages…
Google seems to attract the most twisted, perverted, morally decrepit men in the world. One has to wonder why, of all the large companies on Earth, only Google got to place the majority of it’s people in the White House? That’s right, Nike doesn’t have it’s people in the White House. Macy’s doesn’t either. Neither does Chevron, or John Deere tractor or any other company on Earth.
Only Google, exclusively and uniquely, had all of their people placed in the White House and top federal agency lead positions. What’s up with that? Were they selected because of their technical skills or their ability to make people bend over?
An addiction to dirty sexual perversions are not the only illicit trends that Google folks display. The Google investors are members of a financing cartel called the National Venture Capital Association
(NVCA). This group of frat boy elitists got busted for running the “Angelgate” scandal in which they were documented rigging, colluding, black-listing and contriving the whole Silicon Valley start-up industry.
Then they were caught again when Eric Schmidt, Mr. “Sex Penthouse” and the head of Google, wrote emails ordering a conspiracy against Silicon Valley engineers. This “No Poaching” conspiracy got the Silicon Valley VC’s sued in a class-action lawsuit, which the VC’s lost. The Google founder’s best friend: Jacques Littlefield, kept the world’s largest private fully functional military tank squadron, in fully operational status, hidden in vast warehouses in his Silicon Valley estate in Woodside, California.
He said he had this arsenal: “just in case”. Does Google make white frat house men insane or does it draw the crazy ones to it?
The FBI is finally crunching down on these people. After so many years of the White House ordering the FBI to leave the Google VC’s and Silicon Valley perverts alone, it was just getting plain embarrassing for the FBI. The audacious impunity with which Google, and it’s friends, engaged in tax evasion, importing hookers, bribery, stock market rigging, anti-trust schemes and other crimes has become so overt, in the media, that it was created a spotlight on federal law enforcements avoidance of prosecution of the shenanigans of the Google crowd.
Brotopia is the eite arrogant asshole dynasties send their kids to Stanford University. Stanford puts the kids in asshole frat houses to train them to get away with rape and run monopolies.
—- When they graduate they either go up the hill to Sandhill Road and start a venture capital clone operation or they get their frat friends on Sandhill Road to racketeer-fund their start-up or political campaign using money scammed from your parents pension funds. They only work with their frat buddies and insiders in a tribal ‘old boys club’ manner.
—- They steal all the technology and markets they want because they control all of the tech lawyers and politicians via bribes and revolving doors.
—- Most of the money in Stanford University bank accounts is from Foreign and Hollywood oligarchs delivered as bribes meant to get their snot-nosed brats into Stanford. Stanford bosses keep all of this covered-up and covertly fund political campaigns to grease the wheels of political corruption.
—- They then sexually extort some Standford interns in Rosewood Hotel rooms, get the most ‘trophy wife’ ones pregnant, and start the cycle all over again. Alas, Stanford is the training ground for abuse, corruption and ‘Bro-Crime”.
—- The issues, that the public and the news media have complained about include: producing child suicides, racism, misogyny, child mental health threats, domestic spying, data harvesting, sex trafficking, election manipulation, tax evasion, Fusion GPS/Media Matters/ Black Cube hit jobs on competitors, censorship, contrived market monopolization, intellectual property theft, political bribery and many other social crimes! An unusually large number of their staff have been arrested for, or charged with, sex crimes, including under-age trafficking.
—- The Silicon Valley Tech Cartel is one of the largest operators of bribes to public officials. Some of those bribes include billions of dollars of, non-FEC reported, search engine rigging for the political campaigns of the very politicians who are supposed to regulate them.
—- There are hundreds of millions of people in America. The same 120 of them are all involved in operating the same crimes and corruption including: the Sony Pictures corruption; the Afghanistan rare earth mine scandals operated through The Energy Department political slush fund that involves the lithium battery cover-ups (headed by Elon Musk); the Big Tech Brotopia rape, sex trafficking, bribery, exclusionism, racism and misogyny issues they were taught at Stanford University; The Facebook – Meta – Google – Alphabet – Netflix, et al, coordinated news manipulation and domestic spying that they engage in; the hiring of Fusion GPS – Black Cube – Gizmodo/Gawker assassins; the destruction of the housing market by their mass real estate manipulations; patent theft and industrial espionage; and the bribery of almost every politician all the way up to the Oval Office.
—-So, while the categories covered in this investigation may seem diverse. They are connected through an enterprise of criminality and illicit, coordinated operations. We list, by name, the 120 most complicit individuals organizing these crimes, in the evidence documents already submitted to the FBI, FINCEN, DOJ, FTC, SEC, FEC, Congress, InterPol and other authorities. Digital financial tracking of those persons and all of their family members should be assumed to have been under way for some time. Wire-taps and device taps of those persons and all of their family members should be assumed to have been under way for some time.
—- Why don’t you see much about this corruption in the “news? A handful of companies in Silicon Valley, all controlled by the same investors, control almost all of the news and information in the world. They only hire and publish writers that agree with their fake news ideology. That ideology is whatever lie they can sell to the emotions of those shill writers to get them to “believe”. In reality the only ideology the owners of those companies actually have is to pump their personal stock market holdings. They control elections in order to manipulate people into office that will do things that benefit the stocks of those media owners.
They will lie to beat the band because their hookers, rent boys, private jets, drugs, private islands and other sins are expensive as hell and they are addicted to those deviancy’s. They are all invested with Elon Musk’s, Larry Page’s and Mark Zuckerberg’s companies so they never allow any negative news about those tech mobsters in the world news that they control. This is the worst kind of illegal media monopoly but these owners control the agency heads who are supposed to indict them. So everybody in America is screwed until some non-fake law enforcement comes along.
— A horrific phenomenon of cultural depravity and white-collar crime is going unchecked in Silicon Valley because Silicon Valley controls the media and the politicians that are usually supposed to check these kinds of things. Millions of pages of news reports, documentaries, interviews and legal transcripts prove the following to be true:
—- Elitist Cult. Silicon Valley elitists believe they are better than everyone else. Silicon Valley’s Kleiner Perkins founder: VC Tom Perkins, said that poor people must be “Nazi’s” for not accepting the “superior intellect” of VC’s. Silicon Valley’s Kleiner Perkins VC Vinod Khosla, took over California’s favorite public beach, bribed the White House for “green cash” and got sued for arrogance by a horde of public interest lawsuits. Silicon Valley’s Kleiner Perkins founder Ray Lane was indicted for tax evasion. Silicon Valley’s Kleiner Perkins boss John Doerr was sued for sexual office abuse and running a “frat house”. Most of the VC’s and tech CEO’s in Silicon Valley are charged with ethics breaches.
—- Prostitutes. Silicon Valley males hire more hookers and “rent-boys” and fly more sex workers into the Bay Area than any other city in America. Google’s and Tesla Investments executives were killed in sex and drug romps with hookers. Google’s Eric Schmidt ran a huge “sex penthouse” and promotes infidelity and “anti-marriage”. Google’s search engine rigging boss died at the hands of one of his hookers. The Silicon Valley VC’s had the Rosewood Hotel built at the end of Sandhill Road as a place to take interns and hookers to for sex. Underage sex efforts operated by these VC’s and Tech CEO’s have created the “Pizzagate” phenomenon.
—- Rapists and Sexual Coercion of Employees. Young interns are “sent up the hill” by Stanford to the VC’s Sandhill Road offices to become sexual playthings for the VC’s at the Rosewood Hotel. Ellen Pao sued Kleiner Perkins over the sexual “rape culture” that they promoted. Thousands of women have written books and articles about the sexual intimidation they are subjected to by Silicon Valley VC’s and their tech CEO’s. VC’s Joe Lonsdale, Micheal Goguen and hundreds of others have been charged with rape and sex trafficking. Stanford University gets “endowments” and “gifts” for hushing rape culture and intern-fluffing up.
—- Assholes. Fraternity House Take-What-You-Want culture is re-percussively promoted in the bars, clubs, meetings, conferences and emails of the VC’s and CEO’s. The TV Show: Silicon Valley, underscores the point of the dangers of infectious asshole-ism in Silicon Valley.
—- Clones. They assemble those around them that have the same stereotypical facial structure. In a room full of ordinary people and Tech VC’s, the VC’s faces stand out as Hollywood-type character-cartoon duplicates of each other.
—- Sexual deviance and extremism. Google’s founders have all had extreme sex scandals involving cheating, 3-way sex, divorces over abuse, forced anal sex and other outrages. Their teachers at Stanford have had to quite over their sex scandals. Their willingness and infatuation with sexual extremes defines them as moral degenerates who care little about laws and ethics.
—- Insider Dysfunctional Parents. The majority of the VC’s and Tech CEO’s come from rich dynastic families who are cultism-like devoted to “the family bloodline” and run by male oligarchs who believe in a rape culture/oligarch ethos. This belief system is passed on to their children. The oligarch parents threaten to cut endowments to Stanford University if Stanford punishes their son’s Frat Houses for date rapes.
—- Tone Deaf. Silicon Valley Tech people exist in a conceptual ideology reinforcement bubble by never interacting with, or reading information or news from, anyone outside of their group. VC Tim Draper spent vast amounts of money trying to make Silicon Valley it’s own country in order to systemize the Silicon Valley tunnel-vision bubble. They want to secede from America because they are offended by normal people who they consider to be low-class and unworthy.
—- Murders. Rajeev Motwani taught the Google founders how to build Google and was found, mysteriously, floating, dead, in his Silicon Valley swimming pool. Silicon Valley’s Gary D. Conley reported John Doerr and Elon Musk for corruption and was found with a bullet in his head behind Beale Air Force base. Three top Tesla engineers reported corruption at Tesla Motors and then suddenly died in a plane crash next to Tesla’s factory in San Carlos. There are over 100 mysterious deaths associated with people who had conflicts with Google, Kleiner Perkins and other Silicon Valley oligarchs.
—- Arrogant. Self-Centered Narcissists. Elon Musk has spent over a billion dollars buying exclusive Google, Twitter, MSM and Facebook hype about himself. Every Tech CEO has a multi-million dollar PR agent assigned to make them look like “Gods of Industry”. They regularly hold “Babes and Ball’s” parties and sex parties in Woodside that require women to beg for their money. They were trained to be “assholes” and “abusive dominants” via the Stanford Rape/Frat Culture.
—- Misogynists. All White-Male-Controlled with frat house pasts. Women are used As Sex Objects and Window Dressing. The largest number of anti-women news stories, jock/bro blog reports and charges for abuse come from Silicon Valley. VC Steve Westly’s CEO friend is notorious for kicking his girlfriend hundreds of times because she “sassed” him. Almost of of their Divorce filings include abuse charges against the man.
—- Manipulation of Employees. Silicon Valley cartel companies practice Scientology-like indoctrination and “cultural programming” of employees. These highly impressionable naive young employees are kept in “controlled environments”, sent to “mindfulness programming workshops” and told what kind of political opinions they should have. Tight-knit groups of females experience synchronized menstrual periods ( http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v229/n5282/abs/229244a0.html ) over time, cohesive Google and Facebook employee groups engaged in decision-making discount dissenting viewpoints in the interests of consensus, and that couples who stay together long enough begin to look alike. A new study has captured another group phenomenon in Silicon Valley and chronicled in humans’ natural habitat: “group brain synchrony”. This is a CIA-like brainwashing technique exploited to get all Google/Facebook/Twitter employees to rapidly adopt the same political views.
—- Racists. Silicon Valley companies have the lowest rates of hiring, or promoting blacks, in America even though they have a high population of blacks at the edge of their community.
—- Male insecurity issues. They use TED-Talks, SXSW and Syncronicity Events as self-promoting hype in which to act like an apostle of a tech religion. They buy Tesla cars as a badge of arrogance and mock any male who does not own what they own or who who did not go to Stanford or Yale. These pretentious and ostentatious boys are more inclined to brag about penis-size than family.
—- Blacklisting. In the AngelGate Investigation and Silicon Valley No Poaching Class Action Lawsuit, Silicon Valley was exposed as an insider club that black-lists those who look different or are not part of the boys club.
—- Politically corrupt. Silicon Valley has bribed more politicians than any other domestic region in history. They promote more immigration in order to get cheap labor for their tech companies. They steal their technology and bribe politicians to eliminate patent protections for small inventors that they steal from. Political Corruption and Bribery Is The Norm for these boys. Silicon Valley created a CIA knock-off called “In-Q-Tel” in order to use CIA technology to manipulate elections at Google, Facebook and Twitter. The 60 Minutes Episode called: “The Cleantech Crash” is about their multi-billion dollar scam using the Dept. of Energy as a slush-fund. They refuse to allow their MSM to report on their corruption and crony kickbacks, ie: Tesla Motors Funding, Off-shore tax evasion, Hooker networks, etc.
—- Collusion. In the AngelGate Investigation, the Silicon Valley No Poaching Class Action Lawsuit, and hundreds of other cases, Silicon Valley was exposed as an insider club that colludes to rig valuations, stock markets and employee poaching. They operate in herds within their peer group. They are not inclined to independent thinking. Kleiner Perkins has been caught placing moles and saboteurs inside competitors start-ups. They operate in herds within their peer group. They are not inclined to independent thinking.
—- Stock Market Criminals. Stock Market Pump-and-Dump, Flash Boy Algorithm Manipulation, Insider Trading, Market Rigging. The Securities and Exchange law violations and FTC monopoly law violations are vast in number.
—- Burning Man Sex-and-Drugs Devotees. Silicon Valley frat boys have a huge participation in the date-rape goings-on at Burning Man and buy extensive pheromone and skin contact delivery animal-tranquilizer drugs to use on young Burning Man girls.
—- Minimal Regard For Consequences. Although their PR agents promote them as “green” and “socially positive”, it is all hype to get tax waivers and government hand-outs. Mark Zuckerberg’s take-over of San Francisco General Hospital’s brand was entirely a scam to get him a $1 billion dollar tax evasion deployment. The Silicon Frat Boys act on impulse and try to buy off the collateral damage later.
—- Closeted homosexuals. Using the tremendous funds they have at hand from their exclusive monopolies in public media, they push their trans-gender agendas through their bought-and-paid for politicians. This has resulted in a generation of sexually confused children who believe that they should cut their penises off. The top bosses at Facebook, Google, Twitter, Tesla and other companies are lying to the public about their sexuality and using hired wives, known as “beards”. If they lie about something so basic, one has to wonder what else they lie about.
—- Thieves. They steal most of their technology from small inventors who can’t defend themselves. They get inventions from Indian engineers and then ship them back to India before the employees can get any stock or IP rights. The tech CEO’s send their VC friends to competing start-ups to spy on competing technologies and steal it. The VC’s say they are just doing “due diligence” but they are actually sucking the competing start-up dry of IP and staff and making a clone of it under another name.
—- There are so many other awful things about the people of Silicon Valley. You get the picture. Silicon Valley is a swamp and a cesspool.
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They are sex abusers like John Doerr and his entire Kleiner Perkins frat boy staff who were sued by Ellen Pao for the misogyny culture of sexual deviancy and abuse that they promote as their corporate culture. They are tax evaders like Ray Lane. They are hooker-hiring sex traffickers like Google’s Forrest Hayes who died from an excess of drugs and sex. They are cheaters like Google’s David Drummond who destroyed his family by his addiction to infidelity. They are sex addicts who own sex penthouses and cavort with the notorious Wendy Deng like Eric Schmidt. Amid the World’s Largest Corporate Sex Scandals Google CEO Eric Schmidt will now leave Alphabet’s board. Schmidt is a known womanizer despite being married for 37 years to Wendy Schmidt, who said in 2012 they started living separate lives because she felt like “a piece of luggage” following him around the world. News outlets have been sniffing around Schmidt’s former flames looking for a Harvey Weinstein-like bombshell, a source close to Schmidt told The PostThey are mobster-class justice evasion lawyers like Wilson Sonsini and political bribe conduit lawyers like Perkins Coie. They are charged rapists and psychological sex manipulators like Joe Lonsdale.
When Kleiner Perkins offices were broken into by covert law enforcement operatives much was revealed. This was followed by the hack of all of John Doerr’s emails’ and the email of his top staff. This was followed by the revelation that Doerr bribes Stanford University for special favors for his kids and for certain ‘relationships’. Now Doerr must walk on pins and needles because he has been put on notice that even the slightest bribe, political manipulation or mobster-like tech black-listing will not go unnoticed.
A female employee called Tesla’s factory a ‘predator zone’ at a meeting where workers described the constant sexual harassment at Tesla.
DNC chairman Eric Bauman, the head of the California Democratic Party, and the Los Angeles County Democratic Party., has is former assistant say he was first assaulted after falling asleep in a hotel and waking up to his boss performing oral sex on him, and that there were two more instances where he was forced to submit to Bauman.
Bay area party guests and Rothschild-linked Bronfman sisters donated millions to the sex cult whose leaders, Allison Mack and Keith Raniere, have been charged with child sex trafficking.
Goddard, a director, producer and theme park designer, has faced many sex abuse allegations. Eight former members of a Santa Barbara youth theater group in the 1970s alleged that Goddard molested or attempted to molest them. A ninth was said to have told others before he died that Goddard sexually assaulted him as a child. Goddard denied their allegations.
The Silicon Valley Mafia is The Sandhill Road Venture Capital frat boy company bosses in Palo Alto, their National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) partners and the tech companies (Google, Tesla, Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, Linkedin, etc.) they control. They are sometimes referred to as “The Deep State”. They have purchased California, New York and Washington, DC politicians (mostly Senators) who they also control.
They hire rogue ex-intelligence agents to operate Fusion GPS, Gawker/Gizmodo, Black Cube, ShareBlue, New America, In-Q-Tel, Podesta Group, Media Matters, etc. massive media attack programs against competitors, reporters and outsiders. They collude on black-lists, valuation controls, election manipulation, search engine rigging, domestic spying for political manipulation, stock rigging, insider trading, executive prostitute clubs, trophy wife assignments, the bribery of politicians and worse. They are felons who pay politicians to halt investigations and interdiction efforts.
They are widely covered in news media articles as: ‘sex abusers, cult enthusiasts, elitists, rapists, woman beaters, probiosis abusers, sexual work extortion operators, extremists, arrogant clones of each other, tone deaf, echo-chamber reinforcing, misogynist, racist, manipulative, insecure, covertly gay, corrupt, thieves’ and other anti-social revelations. They are not limited to California and also operate out of New York and Washington DC.
They use their monopolistic control of the internet to massively and exclusively scale services that only they control and use to abuse the public’s privacy, human rights, invention rights and information. They run their cartel like the old Italian Mafia once did.
The Department of Justice conducted a series of raids across California tech and media circles and arrested 238 people in connection with a Hollywood pedophilia network, but this story went totally ignored by almost all media outlets. According to police, the arrests included some entertainers, community leaders, white-collar professionals, a monk, and other high-ranking clergy members. The raids were conducted by the Regional Internet Crimes Against Children task force, working directly with the Justice Department. Codenamed “Operation Broken Heart III”, the sweeping raids targeted offenders wanted for the sexual exploitation of children, child prostitution, sex tourism and possessing and distributing child pornography, said Deputy Chief Matt Blake. Silicon Valley oligarchs use these intermediate level people to source up sex victims to be delivered to their Woodside and Atherton mansions.
Michael Goguen, who had worked for a firm that funded Google and Paypal, “sexually and physically” abused Amber Laurel Baptiste over more than 13 years after picking her up at a Texas strip club, her lawsuit alleges. Baptiste, who claims she was brought to the United States from Canada by human traffickers at 15, said she endured “countless hours of forced sodomy” from the tech titan. The former stripper said Goguen made her endure demeaning sexual acts, sodomized her for “six hours at a time,” and forced her to call him “king” and “emperor.” Filed in San Mateo County, Calif., her suit details a life of torture and servitude as she was jetting around the globe to serve as the millionaire’s plaything. She claims Goguen had promised to save her from human trafficking but instead became an even worse predator himself.
The Silicon Valley Mafia Cartel is the largest provider of dark money bribes to West Coast politicians including Feinstein, Pelosi, Harris, Brown, Reid, Boxer, Lee, et al,. Those politicians and their families also covertly own the stock of the California tech companies and social media companies like Tesla, Solyndra, Abound, Google, Facebook, Netflix, etc. Larry Wallace, a senior staffer for Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) resigned over the discovery he was involved in a sexual harassment lawsuit and $400,000 payout to the sexually abused victim while working for then California Attorney General Kamala Harris. In related headlines we read: “ATTORNEY GENERAL THAT COLLUDED WITH KAMALA HARRIS EXPOSED AS SEX PERVERT!!!!”; “TOP DNC SEX PSYCHO MAY BE ALIGNED WITH SEX CULTS!”; “WHY IS EVERY DNC BIG SHOT TURNING OUT TO BE A SCREWED UP SEXUAL MESS!”
The Bay Area headlines reek of perversion: “ANOTHER Democrat Sex Cult Exposed: ‘sexual servitude’ at San Francisco-based ‘orgasmic meditation’ company: One Taste”; “NXIUM, ONE TASTE, EMO, THE WOODSIDE CLUB: WHY DO THE DEMOCRATS GET INTO SUCH KINK?”; “UNDERCOVER CAMERA’S IN SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA AT 4TH STREET “DANCE/YOGA” BUILDING AND MILL VALLEY CITY BUILDING CATCH SEX-FOR-SALE ESCORTS AND KINK”; “THEY USE “MEET-UP” (THE DNC’S NETWORKING SITE) TO HUNT FOR VICTIMS TO SEDUCE”; “”HOT LITTLE RED HEAD” TURNS OUT TO BE THE TOP ESCORT IN MARIN COUNTY”!
In the latest case of Hollywood’s and Silicon Valley’s spiralling sexual abuse scandal, Variety reports that a veteran 58-year-old Disney executive has been charged with three felony counts of child sexual abuse. Jon Heely, the longtime director of music publishing at Disney, was arrested nearly a month ago and charged with three counts of lewd and lascivious acts on a child. One of the reported victims was 15. The other was abused for four years starting at the age of 11, according to the charges. Heely, who oversees the licensing of music from Disney films faces up to nine years and three months in prison according to The Daily News.
It is now time to sound the alarm bells on the economic prospects for the Millennial Generation in the Western world, but more importantly, at Stanford University. This generation of citizens aged 18 to 36, is the first in modern developed economies on course to have a lower standard of living than their parents. Housing affordability and a decaying job environment are some of the most pressing issues affecting Stanford Millennials. The future is bleak for this avocado and toast generation, as Western world economies have likely plateaued regarding economic growth. Surging debt and rising government bond yields are producing an environment that could lead to more hardships for this lost generation. Tech oligarchs have taken full advantage of broke Millennials by offering “adult arrangements” for a roof over their heads. Yes, you heard this correctly, Millennials are trading sex for a place to sleep and sex for tuition at Stanford University.
Sugar Babies now comprise a large portion of Stanford students. Kleiner Perkins and Greylock VC’s hire them for sex. Google and Facebook executives use them like disposable sex toys. The student debt crisis in the US has gotten so bad, there’s a growing group of young women — and some men — who are taking an unconventional approach to paying for college.Through dating websites like SeekingArrangement.com, and match.com, Sugar Babies, as they’re called, partner up with wealthy, often older, men who want to spend money on them. Some 2.5 million Sugar Babies identified as students in 2016 on SeekingArrangement.com. Many of these Sugar Babies turned to the site to find someone who will pay for their education so they can graduate debt, and worry, free. In exchange, Sugar Babies go to dinners, attend events, or accompany their Sugar Daddy, or daddies, on trips. In some cases, they provide companionship or foster a mentor-mentee relationship. In other situations, the terms of the agreement include physical intimacy.
Jermaine Gagnon, 28, told DailyMailTV how he narrowly escaped death when DNC financier Edward Buck injected him with crystal meth at his sex-toy filled apartment. Gagnon said Buck, 63, paid to fly him from Minnesota to Los Angeles, drugged him with a substance dissolved in Gatorade then injected him with crystal meth. The 28-year-old shared photos of Buck, wearing white long johns, crouched over him on a mattress during one of their nights together last year. Gagnon shared images of sex toys Buck had for their encounter, saying: ‘He had this red and black toolbox with all types of fetish toys, like c**k rings, sex toys’. He added: ‘He gave me some Tommy Hilfiger tighty whities, a muscle t-shirt and some long johns. White knee-high socks’. Gagnon said during one encounter Buck offered him a drink he suspected had been spiked, feeling woozy and weak shortly after drinking it. He said: ‘He took my phone. I was so scared. I felt death walked into my soul. I called my mother. I said, ‘I feel like he’s going to kill me, I think I’m going to die’. Buck is now under investigation over the deaths of two black men, including one man who died of an apparent overdose at his apartment on Monday.
According to the testimony of a federal agent, Harold “H.L.” Moody, a former Democratic Party chairman, streamed live videos of children being raped, distributed child pornography to other pedophiles, and regularly smoked methamphetamine out of a glass pipe while seated at his desk during work hours. Our tax dollars at work, folks. Jason Bennett, a special agent for Homeland Security Investigations, said an undercover agent took “screen shots” of Moody sitting at his desk and chatting with pedophiles in a secret chatroom online on “more than one occasion” between Aug. 29 and Oct. 12. Bennett described Moody as a “high-volume user” who logged in and out of a chat room solely devoted to child pornography several times a day, including 26 times in a two-day span. He was also a host of the private chat room, which Bennett explains indicates that Moody did something to receive such recognition.
Tech magnate Elon Musk reportedly admits in an upcoming book that he once attended a somewhat well-known Silicon Valley “sex party,”. Musk and his bro-friend: Steve Jurvetson, have been documented in a number of notorious sex scandals. Even worse is the headline that reveals: “Elon Musk Says Pedophile Accusation Against British Man Was Protected Speech But Ignores Fact That Musks Father Had Sex With His Own Daughter”
Dov Katz, head of the computer vision and machine learning group at Facebook-owned Oculus, has been charged in King County for attempted commercial sexual abuse of a minor. The 38-year-old tech exec allegedly attempted to contact what he believed to be was a 15-year-old girl for sex. The fictitious 15-year-old was actually an undercover police officer with the Tukwila Police Department, a city just south of Seattle. The news was first reported by KING 5, which said that Katz was arrested by Tukwila Police on Wednesday. An Israeli citizen who resides in California, Katz is forbidden to have contact with any minors, except in the presence of a responsible adult, according to charging documents. Katz allegedly responded to an online advertisement that offered sex in exchange for money, an ad which was posted by undercover police officer posing as a 15-year-old girl. Katz allegedly arranged a meeting at the Embassy Suites in Tukwila, offering to pay $350 to have sex without a condom. When Katz arrived at the hotel with $600 in cash, he was arrested by police.
Former Democrat CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden was arrested on sexual pervert allegations.Frieden was charged with forcible touching, sex abuse and harassment, according to police.
California gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom’s past sexual misconduct disqualifies him from holding higher office, rival Democrat Amanda Renteria said Thursday, and he should resign from his position as lieutenant governor. “If he was in the Legislature right now, he’d be called out, and like what we’ve seen, being forced out,” Renteria said in an interview with The Sacramento Bee. “We’ve got to be sending the message that the more power you have, the more responsibility you have to protect others.” As mayor of San Francisco more than a decade ago, Newsom had an affair with one of his city hall aides, who was also married to his campaign manager at the time.
Google employees have accused Google boss Rubin of sexual misconduct. A woman, with whom Mr. Rubin had been having an extramarital relationship, said he coerced her into performing oral sex in a hotel room in 2013, according to two company executives with knowledge of the episode. Google investigated and concluded her claim was credible, said the people, who spoke on the condition that they not be named, citing confidentiality agreements. Mr. Rubin was notified, they said, and Mr. Page asked for his resignation. Google could have fired Mr. Rubin and paid him little to nothing on the way out. Instead, the company handed him a $90 million exit package, paid in installments of about $2 million a month for four years, said two people with knowledge of the terms. The last payment is scheduled for next month. Mr. Rubin was one of three executives that Google protected over the past decade after they were accused of sexual misconduct. In two instances, it ousted senior executives, but softened the blow by paying them millions of dollars as they departed, even though it had no legal obligation to do so. In a third, the executive remained in a highly compensated post at the company. Each time Google stayed silent about the accusations against the men. Google executives have been caught having sex slaves.
The Rosewood Hotel is brimming with tech guys, some loudly talking about money. The college student at our table recommends the ribs—she’s been here before, on “dates” with her “daddies.” “There are a lot of tech guys,” she says. “They want the girlfriend experience, without having to deal with an actual girlfriend.” “The girlfriend experience” is the term women in the sex trade use for a service involving more than just sex. “They want the perfect girlfriend—in their eyes,” says Miranda, the young woman at our table.* “She’s well groomed, cultured, classy, able to converse about anything—but not bringing into it any of her real-world problems or feelings. Her adventures in “sugaring” started three years ago when she got hit on by an older guy and rebuffed him, saying, “Look, I’m not interested, so unless you’re offering to pay my student loans,” and he said, “Well . . . ?” After that, “he paid for stuff. He gave me money to help out with my living expenses.” This is how many of the skinny co-eds at Stanford University pay the bills and Stanford bosses look the other way.
Those under investigation are Bill Lockyer; Brian Goncher; Daniel Cohen; David Axelrod; David Drummond; David Plouffe; David E. Shaw; Dianne Feinstein; Elon Musk; Eric Holder; Eric Schmidt; John Zaccarro, Jr.; Frank Giustra; Nick Denton; Harry Reid; Haim Saban; Hillary and Bill Clinton; Ira Ehrenpreis; Jay Carney; James Comey; Jared Cohen; Jeffrey Katzenberg; John Doerr; Harvey Weinstein; Yasmin Green; Jonathan Silver; Ken Brody; Lachlan Seward; Judge Stewart M. Bernstein; Larry Page; Google; Alphabet; YouTube; Facebook; In-Q-Tel; Amazon; Twitter; WordPress.Org; The Law Firm of Perkins Coi; Mark Zuckerberg; Martin LaGod; Matt Rogers; Marc Benioff; Michael Birch; S. Donald Sussman; Pierre Omidyar; Rahm Emanual; Raj Gupta; Ray Lane; Tom Perkins; Robert Rubin; Rob Friedman; Reid Hoffman; Richard Blum; Robert Gibbs; Robert Shwarts; Roger Altman; The Law Firm of Covington and Burling; Sanford Robertson; Steve Jurvetson; Steve Rattner; Steve Westly; Steven Chu; Steve Spinner; Susie Tompkins Buell; George Soros; Warren Buffet; Tom Steyer; The Clinton Foundation, Tim Draper; Valarie Jarrett; Jeffrey Epstein; Vinod Khosla; Michelle Lee; The law firm of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich and Rosatti; Lawrence Summers; Marc Andreessen Sheryl Sandberg; Yuri Milner; Fenwick & West LLP; James W. Breyer; McBee Strategic; Mike Sheehy; Nancy Pelosi; Gilman Louie; Thomas J. Kim; Ping Li; Greylock Capital, Accel Partners; Jim Swartz; Bank Menatep; Alisher Asmanov; Marc L. Andreessen; Peter Thiel; Clarion Capital; Richard Wolpert; Robert Ketterson; David Kilpatrick; Tesla Motors; Solyndra; BrightSource; IDG Capital Partners; Goldman Sachs; Morgan Stanley; State Street Corporation; JP Morgan Chase; Lloyd Blankfein; Jamie Dimon; Steve Cutler; Rodgin Cohen; Sullivan Cromwell, LLP; Jeff Markey; Steve McBee; Michael F. McGowan; Toni Townes-Whitley; CGI Federal; Todd Y. Park; Frank M. Sands, Sr.; Robin Yangong Li; Parker Zhang; Jonathan Goodman; Gawker Media; Jalopnik; Adrian Covert, John Herrman; Gizmodo Media; K2 Intelligence; WikiStrat; Podesta Group; Fusion GPS; Think Progress; Media Matters; Black Cube; Debbie Wasserman, The DNC Executive Committee; Correct The Record; Stratfor; ShareBlue; Sid Blumenthal; David Brock; Barack Obama; Sen. Robert Menendez; Jerry Brown; Ken Alex; Susan Rice; Kamala Harris; Bruce Ohr; Nellie Ohr
In Silicon Valley, There Are Over 100 Services That Deliver Young Men And Girls To Rich Google And Facebook Executives For Dirty Sex. Most of the victims come from local colleges, universities, art schools and the Mission District, Haight Street and Noe Valley districts in San Francisco. They use Facade organizations like “Power Exchange”, “Mission Exchange”, “The Arena”, “Orgasmic Meditation”, “NXVIUM”, “The Spinsters”, “The Guardsmen”, One Taste, etc. act as fronts for sexual transactions. The Rosewood Hotel has sex nights for the sale of women using sly hand signals. Almost every hotel on El Camino Real in Palo Alto has a prostitution activity going on around the clock. Russian and Italian prostitutes fly in and out of San Jose and San Francisco airports so often that they are known as the “pus*y ports”. Young, impossibly attractive, girls with tight mini skirts and a roller bag in the airport alone are now under constant surveillance by police.
One report recalls: “…At the hotel, Hillary Clinton Mega donor and John Podesta partner Wyss assaulted Long physically and sexually, according to her police complaint. “Me screaming, ‘No stop it,’” she wrote in her own handwriting to police. “He grabbed my teeth with his left hand and ripped my mouth open. He inserted a vibrator into my vagina and almost suffocated me by putting his fist into my mouth. I struggled and pushed. I thought for sure he was going to kill me,” she wrote. “I left that hotel room sick and in pain,” she told police in the statement. She returned to Boulder and “stayed in bed for weeks. The physical sickness of this event was devastating,” she told police. Wyss also allegedly threatened to stop his financial support for her daughter if she broke up with him, according to Long.“She’s probably one of the first who took on powerful men over sexual misconduct,” recalled Police Chief Tom Koby in an interview with TheDCNF. He personally knew the Boulder resident and counseled her about her relationship with Wyss.“After the attack, I had breakfast with Jackie at the Hotel Boulderado. She broke down during breakfast. This thing had happened and it was terrible. She was quite shaken and Jackie doesn’t shake too easily,” Koby said.“Hans had her in a bind in terms of helping Jackie heal her daughter, who had some serious health addiction issues,” Kolby added. “That was what was keeping Jackie in the relationship and she didn’t have a lot of money. She was still clinging to the hope she could save her daughter. And that she had these things she wanted to do with these organizations working on detention homes and shelters in Boulder and in Denver,” Koby recalled…”
Amid allegations of sexual harassment, embattled freshman Democratic Rep. Ruben Kihuen vowed he will not resign from his post, despite calls from Democratic leaders that he step aside.Instead, Kihuen is digging in with a shocking allegation of his own, taking aim at the leaders of his own party. In an interview with ABC News, Kihuen, D-Nev., said party leaders knew last year about a former campaign staffer’s allegations of misconduct but stood by his campaign nonetheless. Kihuen questioned why they are calling for his resignation now, more than a year later.“I do find it interesting that the DCCC, Leader [Nancy] Pelosi and Chairman Ben Ray Lujan — they knew about these allegations last year,” Kihuen said. “They looked into them. They didn’t find anything, and they continued investing millions of dollars in my campaign. They went out there and campaigned for me.”
A married senior official in President Obama’s Department of Education was convicted of sex crimes and resigned for following women on the DC Metro and taking pictures up their skirts, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal. William Mendoza, 42, the former executive director of the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education, stepped down after he was arrested and charged with attempted voyeurism in November, 2016, for the vile acts. Mendoza, who earned $140,000 a year as a policy advisor in Obama’s White House, tried to take photos and videos up women’s skirts at least four times on his government-issued iPhones in July 2016 without their consent. He was also caught looking at footage, apparently filmed in secret, of a woman in her underwear getting changed in a dressing room. It is not known if he recorded the video himself. When he took the indecent photos, he was supposed to be at work and was using a travel card funded by the taxpayer, according to documents obtained by DailyMail.com through a Freedom of Information Act request.
After California’s then-Attorney General Kamala D. Harris announced felony pimping charges last year against the two owners of Backpage.com — a classified-ad website that is a hub for sex trafficking and prostitution, one of the men cut a $10,000 check to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s super PAC. Mrs. Pelosi’s political action committee, House Majority PAC, has resisted giving the money back, and an aide to Mrs. Pelosi said the California Democrat knows nothing about the contribution. The uproar over sexual harassment that began with the Harvey Weinstein scandal has intensified the scrutiny of political contributions linked to Backpage, which law enforcement officials say is the chief platform for activities far worse than harassment, including sexual slavery and child prostitution. Mrs. Pelosi isn’t the only Democrat struggling to deal with the piles of cash that Backpage’s owners spread around to candidates and state Democratic parties over the years. Even Ms. Harris, a California Democrat who is now a U.S. senator, ducked the issue. Her office wouldn’t respond to repeated emails about Backpage money going to House Majority PAC and other Democratic organizations. Since 2010, the owners and their wives have shoveled about $99,000 to candidates and about $95,000 to Democratic parties in Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico, according to federal campaign finance data collected by the Center for Responsive Politics.
Prominent Democrat donor Terry Bean was indicted earlier this month on two counts of sodomy and one count of sex abuse for allegedly having sex with a teenage boy. Bean was arraigned on the charges, TV station KGW8 reported. He pleaded not guilty and was taken into custody at County jail.
The body of investigative journalist Jen Moore was found in her Washington D.C. hotel room on Monday after her investigation into an alleged sexual assault by President William J. Clinton. “In fact, just four weeks before her death, Moore filed details of the alleged victim’s claims with the Department of Homeland Security, detailing the allegations against Clinton. Moore contacted Homeland Security beginning on July 6th through July 9th, records show. A week later, she contacted the FBI with identical details about the victim and the shocking allegations against Clinton,”
A leading liberal think tank run by a longtime adviser to former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is facing allegations of serious sexual harassment which went undealt with by management, a new report claims. The Centre for American Progress (CAP), headed by Clinton associate Neera Tanden, has released four policy proposal papers on dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace, but former staffers have come forward with stories of repeated harassment at the think tank, BuzzFeed reports.
Defy Ventures brings the gospel of entrepreneurship to an unlikely place: prisons. The nonprofit company founded by Catherine Hoke says it is dedicated to helping formerly incarcerated people start their own businesses and stay out of prison. “Transform the hustle,” the company’s tagline encourages. Defy has received grants from Google. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg wrote a foreword to Hoke’s new memoir. Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara called Hoke’s work “incredibly inspiring” on his podcast. But while Defy woos Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C., scandal has rocked the company’s leadership. Last month, Defy fired its president after he blew the whistle on allegations of sexual harassment by Hoke and fraudulent statistics exaggerating the program’s successes.
Henry T. Nicholas III, the Silicon Valley billionaire founder of chip-maker Broadcom, has been arrested by police on drug trafficking charges. According to the Associated Press, Nicholas was arrested on suspicion of trafficking heroin, cocaine, meth and ecstasy. Security was called when Nicholas couldn’t get into his sex fuelled room at the Encore, a Las Vegas casino hotel. When security arrived, they reportedly found Nicholas with Ashley Fargo, the ex-wife of an heir to the Wells Fargo banking fortune. Fargo was passed out with a semi-deflated balloon in her mouth, but was revived by paramedics. According to reports, security subsequently found canisters of nitrous oxide inside the room, and a subsequent search by cops turned up more drugs inside a suitcase. Nicholas’s attorney, David Chesnoff, told the Associated Press that they will “deal with the facts in court.”
Multiple famous Silicon Valley lawyers have been found dead, hanged by their own hand while attempting to masturbate while choking themselves because they thought that choking would add to the sensation. A formerly powerful Democrat, Attorney Mark Benavides, has been found guilty on six individual counts of human trafficking in a grotesque and sex-filled criminal conspiracy. Mark Benavides, a well-known Democrat who ran for the 186th District Court in 2014, was accused by federal law enforcement of trading his legal services as an attorney for sex from his clients and then recording those manipulative sex-romps, according to local ABC affiliate KSAT. Benevides would then promise the women that if they allowed him to engage in erotic sex that sometimes included physical torture, that he would offer them a legitimate defense in the courtroom.
Hundreds of leaked text messages between Kevin Tsujihara, actress Charlotte Kirk and partners Brett Ratner and James Packer show the powerful executive, under pressure, said repeatedly he would push for auditions as accusations of “extortion” and a proposed settlement agreement followed
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