He was called to testify on April 17, 2008 before Henry Waxman and the House Oversight Committee, because when all this came about and was reported in the New York Times, people wanted answers. And I'm sure you thought, that since our Congress had been made aware of the problem, that it would now be addressed and people held accountable, and so forth and so on. Right? Oh ha ha ha HA!
What can we say? Obviously, this is just one example of the reeking corruption that passes for a Federal Government in the United States. The CIA and Mossad evidently do whatever the hell they please, and Congress does NOTHING to stop them. And truly, how can they? They've all been compromised and entrapped by the NSA and prostitutes and illegal bribes to Cayman Island bank accounts and tax cheating and Bohemian Grove rituals and God only knows what other unspeakable crimes. They can't say a thing. The crazies have been set loose, and they run amok in the world wrecking havoc and bringing death and destruction wherever they go. But it's rude to notice, and even worse, somebody might call you a bad name.
Three men were arrested for mass murder in what local media dubbed "Albania's Hiroshima." Two of them were alleged accomplices to a 23-year-old Miami Beach-based arms dealer named Efraim Diveroli, who faces trial later this year on 83 counts of fraud and conspiracy for procuring Chinese-made ammo in Albania and selling it to the Pentagon.
The charges might be difficult to prove, though. A potential lead witness in the case, Kosta Trebicka, mysteriously died in September. His body was found bloodied and sprawled across a dirt road in eastern Albania, some 50 yards from his slightly dented SUV. Trebicka had recorded a tape (now available on YouTube) in which Diveroli said corruption in that country "went up... to the prime minister and his son."
Last week, Miami federal prosecutors retreated, allowing the return of $4.2 million of Diveroli's property — including a new Mercedes S550 — that had been confiscated. Perhaps even more significant, Diveroli is out on bail and a Miami Beach company he owns called Ammoworks might even now be selling ammunition to the American government. This fact has been largely overlooked by prosecutors and Congress.