Tuesday, July 26, 2011
SAIC Hires Admiral Gets Big Navy Contracts As CityTime SAIC Corruption NYC Gov Cover-Up SAIC Admit Your Guilty!
No news at all on the CityTime SAIC scandal is good news for SAIC and large naval contracts SAIC just snared!!!!!!!!!! Yippie but the People of New York demand SAIC admit guilt.
I, Suzannah B. Troy want Preet Bharara to question Jay Walder before he leaves his post as head of the MTA. If you want to understand why the USA has a multi-trillion dollar deficit than look at the CityTime SAIC deal brought in by Rudy Giuliani and his pal lawyers are lobbyists involved on SAIC and look how Mike Bloomberg and pals pushed SAIC like drug king pins pushing heroin. Watch my new YouTube and learn how Mike spent the most amount of money on IT Information Technology and a large part was theft, fraud, the fix was in no really competitive bids and this is true for the MTA and NY State from The White House on down so you want to stop raising the roof on trillions of dollars of debt. stop all the corrupt back room dealings and starting putting the People first!!!!!
Look at countless corrupt deals from Board of Ed, 911 Tech System to CityTime in NYC Gov. largest white collar crime ever exposed and under a third term mayor like Ed Koch and reminder Christine Quinn who wants to be mayor pushed Mike for three terms...the largest white collar crime ever. Christine Quinn brushed aside two investigations in to CityTime by Tish James and discouraged a third so Quinn, Mike Bloomberg’s mini-me should never ever be mayor of NYC.
Below the latest news on SAIC new big contracts but no news on CityTime and to date SAIC is like Charlie Sheen or Mel Gibson, they do not seem to have to admit guilt and they are guilt as sin.
We want our money back, plus damages x 3 with RICO charges and that starts with arrests Preet Bharara!
"A retired Navy Rear Admiral, Reilly brings more than 34 years of experience to SAIC"
Is it experience of no bid contracts?
Posted by Suzannah B. Troy at 1:09 PM
Labels: Mike Bloomberg SAIC CityTime Jay Walder MTA TechnoDyne Garter Rose Gill Hearn Mark Page Joel Bondy NYC government officials arrests