Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Whatever Happened To Kieger Enterprises?

by Dick Mac

On Friday, March 5, 2004, the US Attorney for Minnesota announced the indictment of Kieger Enterprises and three of its former officers. They were were charged with
engaging in a fraud scheme to enrich themselves by taking advantage of funds available for disaster relief efforts, including those for the clean-up efforts related to the . . . September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center. . . .
United States Attorney District of Minnesota News Release

USA Today published a follow-up story, 9/11 thefts not prosecuted after FBI misdeeds, in 2006. In that story, it was revealed that other thefts connected to 9/11 had taken place and covered-up, including the theft of artifacts from Ground Zero and The Pentagon. It was concluded that no prosecution could take place, and one reason was that
16 government employees, including a top FBI executive and Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, had such artifacts from New York or the Pentagon
Read more at (of all places) Fox News: AP Report: Sept. 11 Thefts of Donated Goods Not Prosecuted

Yep! The Secretary of State of the United States during the Bush II Administration was in possession of artifacts stolen from a 9/11 site; and because he was in possession of these stolen artifacts, the government could not prosecute a corporation that had robbed a warehouse of relief supplies for Ground Zero.

Everybody walked away. Even the whistle-blowers were made to walk away from their jobs when they were terminated for revealing the theft.

Whatever Happened To Kieger Enterprises? Nothing!

It's good to be well-connected.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I know what happened to them.