Dillon Read & Co. Inc. & the Aristocracy of Prison Profits
by Catherine Austin Fitts
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"Make a law, make a business."  — Old New Jersey street saying


Mena, Arkansas

Laundering Money in Arkansas

South Central LA

PROMIS Software
Organized Crime & American Power Iran Contra

Privitization, aka "Piritization"

DIrty Tricks

Richard Grasso, former Chairman of the NY Stock Exchange,
greeting a Colombian FARC commander.
(Photo courtesy LaRouche Campaign)

"The recent departure of New York Stock Exchange Chairman Richard Grasso makes this article, first published in 2001, very prescient, especially in the light of Mr. Grasso's trip to Colombia where he met FARC commanders responsible for providing security for narco-traffickers. Was Grasso making an in person sales call to negotiate with the drug cartel which was threatening to pull their investments from the stock exchange? That might be worth a $140 million pay package."
– Uri Dowbenko

To write Dillon Read and the Aristocracy of Prison Profits, Catherine drew on several chronologies and data dumps. They are linked below with the caveat that some of this material has not been checked or edited. The reader should assume it is preliminary and subject to change.




© 2006 Catherine Austin Fitts

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