|Denver airport mural|
We discovered that the founding of HNC Software was steeped in military intelligence connections, as detailed in our last posting here.
This current post, titled "How the Military Goes Industrial," will outline a broadening search, showing how the military--or, in Orwellian doublespeak, the "defense" establishment--took over the most promising data management companies beginning around 1985 with the start of the "dot com revolution," the same year the first domain name was registered.
|Arkansas banker Jackson Stephens|
" a team of computer hackers and computer intelligence guys in the [George Bush administration's] CIA...between the election and the time that they [Bill and Hillary Clinton] went to the White House, ... and when Foster on July 1, 1993, bought a ticket to Geneva, a round-trip one-day ticket to Geneva, these guys said, "Oops, he's going to take the money. We're going to beat him to it." And, they went in. They hacked their way into the bank and obtained the necessary authorization codes on this coded account for which no signature is required to withdraw money, by the way.... They were able to effect their own technically legitimate wire transfer of this money back to the U.S. Treasury, where it sits in a holding account escrowed for use by the CIA.... $2.73 million."
|Author Jim Norman|
Millions of internet readers were enthralled back in those days by this further tidbit of gossip:
The Systematics contracts were overseen by Vince Foster and Hillary Rodham Clinton of the Rose Law Firm. Systematics provided data processing services and software to track the flows of money through banks, .... Vince and Hillary represented [Little Rock, AR-based] Systematics in the Jackson Stephens-Bert Lance-BCCI attempted takeover of First American Bank in 1978. Hillary also became self-taught in intellectual property law, important for a software company. Stephens had even picked up some neat software from Earl [Winfrey] "Cash" Brian who had once been influential at Beverly Enterprises at its Pasadena, California, headquarters. Jack Stephens had purchased 49 percent of Systematics for $400,000 in 1968, and it had since become one of the largest suppliers of retail banking software.
|Wall Street-assisted Militarized police|
Digest this segment first (please don't neglect the embedded links!), and be ready to pick up the next installment very soon.