Lukery is perhaps the best Sibelologist in the blogosphere. At one of his blogs there is a post entitled Sibel 'names names' (in pictures!), which links back to Sibel Edmonds' State Secrets Privilege Gallery. These two links take us on a pictorial tour of the Sibel Edmonds case. That tour names, among many others, Congressman Roy Blunt, former Congressman Bob Livingston and former Congressman Stephen Solarz.
It is interesting to consider some of the information I have turned up in light of that pictorial tour.
First of all, you may wish to review some of my previous posts. A good place to start might be The Turkish Lobby, Obstruction of Justice and Henry Waxman where I identify the Turkish Coalition of America (TCA) as a front for Turkish organized crime.
More information can be found in Smuggler's Blues, Part 1 and Smuggler's Blues, Part 2, where I give my readers an overview of the heroin industry, dominated now by Afghan heroin, and how heroin is moved to Europe and the US via Turkish and Albanian organized crime groups.
This continues in The Heroin Lobby, Part 1 and The Heroin Lobby, Part 2, where I also revisit the connection to the TCA. In The Heroin Lobby, Part 3 I once again give the list of names of the Congressional Caucus of the Turkish Coalition of America. In The Heroin Lobby, Part 4 I give a list of names of Congressional representatives who are both members of the TCA's Congressional Caucus, and who have received money from the TCA's associated PAC, the TC-USA PAC.
In The Heroin Lobby, Part 5, we have passages that connect former Congressman Bob Livingston and former Congressman Stephen Solarz to the Turkish lobby, and specifically to events organized by the TCA; Solarz is identified as "a longtime lobbyist for Turkey", and both Solarz and Livingston are connected to a group called the U.S. Association of Former Members of Congress (USAFMC).
In McCain's Ties to Islamic Terrorists -- and Heroin Traffickers? and especially in The Balkan Connection, Part 2, I identify the Albanian American Civic League (AACL) and its associated Albanian American Public Affairs Committee (AAPAC) as fronts for Islamic terrorists and for Albanian organized crime.
In The Heroin Lobby, Part 8, I call attention to the fact that two students, who are donors to TC-USA PAC, have given $59,600 in political contributions during this campaign cycle. Among the recipients: Congressman Roy Blunt, Republican from Missouri's 7th Congressional District, House Republican Whip and interim majority leader from September 29, 2005, to February 2, 2006.
With this background in mind, it may be interesting to see images of reports filed with the FEC (to which I link in my sidebar, so you can verify my work) showing AAPAC contributions to Congressman Roy Blunt:
Here are images of reports indicating contributions from the TC-USA PAC in this election cycle (the TCA and TC-USA PAC only came into existence in 2007) to Congressman Blunt:
As alluded to above, in The Heroin Lobby, Part 8 I identified two students as operatives (possibly unwitting) for Turkish organized crime; their function is to launder money and funnel it to politicians who are on the take. Here are images from FEC reports showing contributions from them to Congressman Blunt:
Congressman Roy Blunt, Republican from Missouri's 7th Congressional District and House Republican Whip, needs to be investigated for his association with foreign organized crime.
A competent, conscientious and honest investigation will yield indictments of Congressman Roy Blunt and of others; the charges will include, but will not be limited to, money-laundering, racketeering, influence-peddling, and treason.