Corrupt Politicians and Tools of the Gulen Movement

Corrupt Politicians and Tools of the Gulen Movement
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Saturday, February 16, 2019

Kemal Oksuz sentenced as is ex congressman Stockman who was on the "Azerbaijan Trip" #Gulen

Although Kemal Oksuz received a sentence on 2/11/2019 that some people described as "slap on the wrist" it comes with strings attached.  ... Kemal has what the US Federal government wants and that is information on members of Congress, the Gulen Networks & political bribing.   People close to this case knew that Kemal would flip valuable information in return for a lighter sentence.   2 year probation $20,000 fine and 100 hours of community service. 

WASHINGTON – Kemal Oksuz, a former Houston-based businessman convicted of lying to Congress about Azerbaijan's role in a funding a trip for 10 lawmakers – including four from Texas – walked out of a federal courthouse Monday a free man.
Oksuz, 49, was credited with three months he spent in an Armenian jail last year, plus another week that he was detained upon his return to the U.S. last November. He also will serve two years of probation and pay a $20,000 fine.
The Justice Department, arguing that Oksuz's deception undermined bedrock American political institutions, had sought a one-year prison sentence, the maximum possible under federal sentencing guidelines.
"I feel embarrassed," he continued, chocking back emotion. "It is not easy for me. I am going through hard times... I take full responsibility for my unlawful conduct. I apologize. I am sorry for all the mess I have caused."
Oksuz's case ended a four-year corruption investigation that included the Office of Congressional Ethics, the House Ethics Committee and, finally, the FBI, which pursued him from Houston to Armenia, where he was living until last year.
Oksuz, who also goes by "Kevin," refused to cooperate in the federal probes while moving abroad for two years, leaving his family behind in Arlington, a Virginia suburb of Washington. But after his arrest in Armenia late last year on a U.S. warrant, he waived extradition and gave himself up to American authorities.
The Justice Department alleged that he used a pair of Houston non-profits as part of an international scheme to funnel money from the Azeri national oil company "in order to gain access" to members of Congress at a 2013 energy conference in the capital city of Baku. Still, despite the sweeping nature of those allegations, no members of Congress or other foreign officials were indicted in the probe. Maybe not that "probe" but there are countless other investigations on the famous 10.   Stockman was sentenced November 2018 to 10 years in Federal Prision for money laundering via non profits.

Here is Stockman with Kemal Oksuz at the AFAZ non profit offices 
(Assembly of Friends of Azerbaijan)  

Friday, January 25, 2019

Gulenist Kemal Oksuz arrested in Armenia -whistle blower on Hizmet #Mueller #Flynn #DeepState

Kemal Oksuz has plead guilty to money laundering for the congressional trip he will be sentenced
on February 11, 2019

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Gulenist Lobbyists in Washington cash-strapped -find sympathetic audience but shut out from Trump Administration #DoesGulenRepresentTurkey #Mueller

Gülenist lobbyists in Washington cash-strapped, but find sympathetic audience This is the fourth article in a series on the Turkish government and Turkish-American lobbying in the United States. In the first two pieces, I discussed how both the Turkish government and its former ally turned enemy the Gülen movement are courting the Trump administration, and particularly Vice President Mike Pence, through Trump-connected lobbyists. In the third piece, I examined the impact, or lack thereof, that Turkish government lobbying has had on U.S.-Turkish relations and foreign policy. The Gülen movement suffers the exact opposite lobbying problem from its Turkish government rivals, who are dealing with a U.S. Congress, president and vice president an increasingly frustrated and angry with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. The Gülen movement is “swimming with the stream of popular opinion against Turkey”, as one Washington-based Turkey expert told Ahval. Bilal Ekşili of the Washington Diplomacy Group, a lobbying organisation affiliated with the Gülen movement, agreed. “We have found our counterparts, especially in Congress and think-tanks, to be much more open and sympathetic as awareness of Erdoğan’s human rights abuses gets more coverage.” Ekşili mentioned the alleged plot to kidnap Gülen and the assault on protestors during Erdoğan’s visit to Washington last year as boosting animosity towards Turkey among U.S. politicians. The Gülen movement will have to get as much mileage as possible out of the current political animosity between the United States and Turkey, as it is in no position to run a lobbying campaign on par with that of the Turkish government. Last year, Turkey spent more than 10 times the amount on lobbying than the Gülenists did, and in the first two quarters of this year the Gülenist Washington Diplomacy group has spent less than $30,000between the two groups it has employed, Fidelis Government Relations and Sexton’s Creek.

Last week, Politico’s lobbying blog confirmed that the Washington Diplomacy Group was shutting down its lobbying operations. Ekşili did not respond for comment on the report. Though no one from Washington Diplomacy group has publicly commented on the reason why it has ceased operations, all signs point to the hard financial hit it has taken since its business conglomerates and banks were seized by the Turkish government.
“The Gülenist movement is cash-strapped currently, they lost quite a lot of money, not only in Turkey but outside, so they probably don’t have the same amount of resources,” said Selim Sazak, analyst and doctoral candidate at Brown University.
Joshua Hendrick, a professor at Loyola University in Maryland and an expert on the Gülen movement said it had been dramatically affected, but since the finances of the network had never been transparent, there was no way to put a hard value on the hit it had taken.
The Gülen movement has been cutting back its operations elsewhere as well. For example, the Gülenist umbrella organization TABA moved from its offices close to Congress due to the high rental costs. Another Gülenist inter-faith dialogue organisation, the Rumi Forum, which has been in Washington for close to 15 years, recently moved its offices out of the capital for the same reason.
The Gülen movement has not only had to contend with a greatly reduced cash flow, but also changing financial priorities. “There is great anxiety and concern for the well-being of many movement activists outside of the U.S., especially in Turkey. The movement has mobilised its resources and effort in helping those movement members who face dire conditions,” said A. Kadir Yıldırım, a fellow at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
Many Gülen supporters have left Turkey or have become stranded abroad without financial support. The movement has had to redirect much of its current financial resources, time and energy to aiding academics, journalists, students and even sports stars who cannot return to Turkey because of their affiliation with the movement.

But the Alliance for Shared Values and other Gülenist organisations act as lobbyists for the movement in their own right, like some pro-government cultural groups like the Turkish Heritage Organization. In addition, the grassroots of the Gülen movement is still intact in the United States. Much of the outreach for the movement is done by people who have no official position in Gülenist organisations. Even critics of the movement, such as Robert Amsterdam, one of the most public lobbyists for the Turkish government, said organisations affiliated with the Gülen network are very effective. “They should be complimented. They are incredible lobbyists,” Amsterdam said.

The next part in this series will examine one of the main stages in the lobbying fight between the Turkish government and the Gülen Movement, the issue of Gülenist charter schools.   

Saturday, October 13, 2018

Another Gulenist Lobbying Firm Bites the DUST #BilalEksili #EmreCelik brought to USA on H1-b Visas as teachers turned Lobbyists

Another Gulenist lobbying firm bites the dust  Week in Review October 12, 2018 Al Monitor
Pro-Fethullah Gulen groups continue to wind down their lobbying push in Washington. Fidelis Government Relations, which had been working as a subcontractor for Sexton's Creek Consulting, terminated its involvement at the end of August. Sexton’s Creek for its part is still registered as an active lobbyist forWashington Diplomacy Group, a Gulenist firm that told Politico it was shutting down in July.

The Fidelis termination comes amid speculation that Gulen’s movement is cash-strapped amid a clampdown on its activities in Turkey and internationally. Washington Diplomacy Group itself stopped lobbying at the end of June 2018, three months after dropping five Gulen-affiliated clients. According to an Al-Monitor analysis, pro-Gulen groups spent $886,000 on lobbying in 2017.

Over the past three months, Fidelis was paid $22,000 — its largest quarterly take to date — to lobby Congress, Vice President Mike Pence’s office, the White House and the State Department (the firm was paid $77,000 over the past 15 months). According to its website, Fidelis “operates in partnership” with Sexton’s Creek, which is run by William Smith, the chief of staff to Pence when he was a congressman from Indiana.

Turkey spent $5.6 million lobbying Washington in 2017. Much of that effort, led by Amsterdam & Partners, aims to discredit the Gulenists and their chain of charter schools throughout the United States. Turkey accuses Gulen of being behind a failed coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in 2016.

What happened to all your trips to the white house? 
New sheriff in town (Trump) 
Bilal Eksili, Faruk Taban, Emre 
can always go back to teaching ......   after all Faruk Taban did he is
at North American University in Texas

Monday, September 3, 2018

Kemal Oksuz in Killing Ed documentary- Directors selection Political influence - Bribes


The darkest organization in the history of the republic, FETO, has paid millions of dollars in fortune to build a new life in the US on the July 15th treacherous coup attempt. Himmet banknotes and billions of dollars of money from Bank Asya were not enough to hide their blood or hide their dirty faces.
Today , many of the key names of FETO , from Emre Uslu to Kemal Öksüz, Cemil Teber to Ahmet Sait Yayla, have been published on the internet from their addresses, relatives and bloody money in the USA. The tragicomic side of the matter is that this information has been made available for the purpose of innocent service under the authority and approval of the United States.

How Does?

There are two important internet sites that serve relatives and friends who want to relocate to places close to them in 50 separated countries with a population of 321 million. A few minutes after you give us your name and some information about your relatives you are looking for on sites where US federal, state, and government data are used, you get access to your records.
The address, telephone information, who lives at home, who lives in the vicinity, his relatives, his wife, friend, neighbors, tenant or house owner, how many properties, Even within the transparency policy of the virtual world, even the record of the person searched is intimidated: Caution! Are you pregnant with your relatives, yet do you want to be next to him? 'The bitter truth of the dreamland is ...
This time, the hidden worlds of the FETO's people are all in the nakedness. You ask why?
Like we said, the issue is entirely emotional, to strengthen the 'friendship, kinship' relationships among the states! Before we put a point on this topic, let us give you another piece of information: The person you are looking for on the sites ' Hello! There is also a button for your demeniz.

Come on, chatterbox ...

It is not wrong to say that they are living like kings if they are a cliché for the hill names of the treacherous army to the new world order built with the money of himmet which the FETÖ sent his believers' wedding rings, houses and cars.
The smallest house is over a thousand square meters. Most of them choose Virginia as their residence, but there are more than one property that appears to be registered on them. That Virginia is the center of his choice of base. 217 km from Virginia-Washington. The FETO staff also called relatives of relatives near their home or secret names.
An important detail in the meantime: There is no information on some senior names, especially Fethullah Gulen and Hakan Sukur , in the files using Federal data .
They live like you ever ... Who do you think these names hide?
Like the Gülen City residents in Virginia, the standard of living in Texas, New Jersey is high. Lobbying the days pass fetö'cü are filling their pockets with the game, the place from which they sit doodling on Turkey, seeking new victims will not leave empty himmet safe.
Without extending the promise further, we leave you with the American dream of the FETOs.

Cemil Teber

FETO's lobbying company Washington Strategy Group Inc. Cemil Teber, manager, has two houses in Virginia, Texas. The price of a 2,792 square meter home in Virginia's Fairfax district is $ 780,000. The house has four bedrooms with five bathrooms. Texas's other house in Houston looks on your partner. 200 thousand dollars house size 2 thousand 400 square meters. In this house there are three bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Faruk Taban

The key door to the US structuring of FETO Faruk Taban, President of the Turkish-American Alliance (TAA), has $ 550,000 worth of mansions in the Centerville area of ​​Virginia. The base has purchased 550 thousand dollars of property on 2 thousand 300 square meters. Garden luxury house has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. There is also a registered property on the base and a property in Washington.

Emre Uslu

According to the records, Emre Uslu, a PhD firsis, is having a day in Fairfax, Virginia. Looks like two residence addresses for Uslu. One of the addresses is a luxury apartment in the Arlington area. There is no information that Uslu bought a house or a tenant. The apartment's over $ 5,000 rent. The other address is in Washington, DC.

Ahmet Sait Yayla

Ahmet Sait Yayla, who was sought as a fugitive in the investigation carried out by the Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor for allegedly assassination of TSK personnel by TAF staff in the Cosmic Chamber investigation, bought 500 thousand dollars duplex house in Virginia's Fairfax city. Yayla, living in a 600 square meter villas with three relatives, has a farmhouse in Texas.

Hasan A. Yurtsever

Hasan Ali Yurtsever, who runs the chairman of the Rumi Forum in the organization of the FETO organization, has two houses in Fairfax, Virginia, one of which is a private duplex with a market value of approximately 650 thousand dollars and the other is an apartment house. Yurtsever, who appears to have lived with three of his family, also bought another house in Chicago, Illinois.

Recep Özkan

Recep Özkan, who was former president of the Turkish Cultural Center and spoke of his $ 1.5 million donation to Hillary Clinton in the US presidential election, is making a percentage of Bank Asya victims with a $ 1.4 million house in New York's Brooklyn district.

Yüksel Alp Aslandyan

The President of Alliance for Shared Values, Yüksel Alp Aslandoğan, resides in a triple-family house in the Fort Lee district of New Jersey, worth about $ 540,000. Aslanoğan lives with a woman who is 10 years younger than himself. It appears that there is another house in Texas that is registered on it.

Burak Yeneroğlu

Burak Yeneroglu, owner of the Bayrock Stone company, has spent $ 400,000 in a triplex mansion in the Carlstadt district of New Jersey and spent the summers in the summer palace in Miami, paying $ 652,000 in donations to former US President Barack Obama.

Talha Saraç

Talha Saraç, the son of Jesus Saraç, president of Virginia International University in connection with the US-led PTO, is also enjoying a dreamy villa in Virginia Fairfax. Federal data declares that four female relatives live in the same street as Saraç. Saraç's house costs 650 thousand dollars.


Cevdet Türkyolu

It is known that Cevdet Türkyolu, known as the nephew of FETET ringle Fetullah Gulen, has served at the top of the organization for many years, is a double house in Pennsylvania and Florida. The value of the houses is over a million dollars.
Turkey's property in the United States is not only a home, but also a large number of workplace tapes. In Florida's Winter Springs region, the ocean-side furnishings are a complete palace.
Knowing the most intimate secrets of Gulen, the Turkish currency, nicknamed "Long Cevdet", came into being with the news of being beaten by Gülen.

Sezai Sablak

Seiren Sablak, Vice President of the Golden Generation Center for Worship and Recreation, where Gulen has lived since 1999, is over $ 400,000 worth of five-room, five-bathroom houses in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. The details of the house where Sablak lived with two female relatives are hidden. In the meantime, Sablak is named as Cesai and Steve.

Hakan Sukur

Before going to the US from Turkey Yavuz Sultan Selim caftan allegedly tried to steal Hakan Sukur has revealed the details of the life of luxury in San Francisco last week. The US government is hiding information about himself and his wife, Mrs.
FETO sanctioned a café-restaurant named Tuts Bakery-Cafe ' near University Avenue, the busiest street of Palo Alto, the heart of Silicon Valley There are many famous names in the luxurious area where Şükür'ün's café is located, and there are important centers such as Apple Store and Stanford University.
Şükür'ün residence with his family still cost the house, according to the real estate valuation sites in the region over $ 3 million. Property rented in September 2015. The monthly rent for the house is 6,850 dollars. Thank goodness, luxury cars are known for their passion. The villas are equipped with the latest model Lexus and Mercedes Jeep and Volkswagen passenger car in the garage.

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Kemal Oksuz Top Gulen fugitive arrested in Armenia to be extradited back to the USA

This blog has discussed Kemal Oksuz several times, after the US house Ethics Committee investigation - Kemal Oksuz plead the 5th and fled the USA.   Refresh your memory Kemal had planned a trip to Azerbaijan with members of Congress.  Azerbaijan had paid for the trips via money
laundering via Kemal's 8 -9 non profits.
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Kemal Oksuz used a fake ID "Kevin Oksuz" and shed a few pounds (that is what stress from hiding your dark secrets will do)  shaved his head closely and grew facial hair.  It is reported that Kemal had been facilitated into Armenia via Iran or Republic of Georgia, with the CIA support it seems Republic of Georgia is more likely.

Kemal Oksuz holds the key to the Gulen Movement crime spree in the USA that he was most certainly one of the big wigs of, the Gulen Movement is divided into 5 regions - Kemal was one of the main regional imams in charge of swindling and bribing politicians.   Kemal Oksuz also opened a large number of non-profits - 501 c to money launder and conduct shady businesses, criss crossing the USA from Washington DC to Chicago to Texas.

The Armenian Police, in cooperation with Interpol, have detained Turkish national Kevin Oksuz wanted by the American law-enforcement bodies.
The man had established a company in Armenia to start business. On August 23, Kevin Oksuz was declared internationally wanted on charges of submitting false statements to the Ethics Committee of the House of Representatives.
Oksuz was the president of a nonprofit organization of Turkish Americans and Eurasians, which aimed at establishing close relations between Turks and Americans by organizing trips to Turkey and Azerbaijan.
In 2013 he invited several US Congressmen to Azerbaijan and Turkey for a private visit. He submitted false documents to the Ethics Committee, noting that the organization never received financing from any source either directly or indirectly.
However, it has now been revealed that the organization actually didn’t pay for all expenses and received additional financing, including from Socar Oil Company belonging to the Azerbaijani government.
It has also been revealed that 9 Members of Congress and 32 staff members received gifts worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

With former vice president Joe Biden

Kemal and Adil Oksuz both higher up Imams in Hizmet aka Gulen Movement both
wanted for questioning.  Oksuz family is from Ezerum same as Imam Fethullah Gulen
A key figure linked to the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ) has been caught in Armenia with a United States arrest warrant for submitting false documents and statements, Turkish officials said.
Kemal Öksüz, who changed his name to Kevin after receiving U.S. citizenship is the brother of another key FETÖ suspect sought by Turkey, Adil Öksüz. The Armenian press has reported that Öksüz was detained in Yerevan on Aug. 29 in a joint operation run by police and Interpol.
emal Öksüz, a high ranking member of the Gülenist Terror Group (FETÖ) dubbed as its "Houston imam," was arrested Wednesday in Armenia over a U.S. arrest warrant issued for breaching congress ethics and fraud.
Öksüz, who changed his name to Kevin after receiving U.S. citizenship, was being sought with a red notice by the Interpol, according Armenpress agency. Öksüz was running a business and an NGO in Armenia, according to the report.
Armenpress reported that Armenian police said Öksüz was being sought since the very first day of being declared wanted, and the Armenian police chief personally supervised the operations.
A spokesperson for U.S. Department of Justice said Thursday that ​Öksüz is "currently being held by Armenian authorities pursuant to an arrest warrant issued by the United States."
This file photo shows Kemal Öksüz shaking hands with former US Vice President Joe Biden.
This file photo shows Kemal Öksüz shaking hands with former US Vice President Joe Biden.
A former businessman, Öksüz was the chairman of the Texas-based NGO Turquoise Council of Americans and Eurasians (TCAE), a Gülenist regional umbrella organization that controlled several other Gülenist non-profits.

As a common practice to promote their political agenda and business interests, which is mainly exploiting the U.S. charter school system with dozens of schools, Gülenists often organized paid-for trips to Turkey and its surrounding region for U.S. senators, congress members, state officials and local officials, in addition to dinners, award events and panels.
Öksüz and the TCAE came under federal scrutiny by the Congressional Ethics Committee for coordinating a trip in 2013 where dozens of U.S. Members of Congress traveled to Azerbaijan for a conference illegally sponsored by its state oil company, SOCAR. He previously pleaded the Fifth Amendment while politicians involved in the trip were fined by the ethics committee.
The report said that the U.S. declared Öksüz wanted on Aug. 23 on four counts of fraud, including submitting falsified documentation to the ethics committee of the U.S. House of Representatives. Accordingly, Öksüz said that his NGO, which covered the funding for the trip, did not receive funds from any source but the trip was in fact funded by SOCAR.
A Washington Post article from 2015 reported that ten U.S. Congress members and 32 staff members who attended the trip also received valuable gifts worth thousands of dollars. Three former top aides to President Barack Obama appeared as speakers at the event. The funding of the trip raised eyebrows in Washington D.C. as the Post reported that the trip came at a time when SOCAR, which has joint projects with Russian and Iranian companies, was looking for exemptions from U.S. sanctions targeting Iran for the Southern Gas Corridor project involving British Petroleum (BP), Turkish Petroleum (TPAO), Turkish Petroleum Pipeline Corporation (BOTAŞ) and many others.
This undated file photo shows Barack Obama with Kemal Öksüz in an event.
This undated file photo shows Barack Obama with Kemal Öksüz in an event.
It is not clear whether SOCAR's trip had an effect on the decision making of U.S. lawmakers and Obama since various U.S. oil giants like ExxonMobil and Chevron, in addition to U.K.'s BP and Norway's Statoil have stakes in Azeri oil and gas fields in the Caspian Sea, alongside Russian and Iranian companies. However, some of these lawmakers sponsored legislation promoting U.S. energy interests in the Caspian.

The case' ties with Armenia's arch enemy Azerbaijan's national oil company and an energy project bypassing Armenian territories might have impelled Armenian officials to promptly respond to the case.
Öksüz was also the owner of a company that served as a major vendor for Harmony Public Schools in Texas, which is the largest Gülenist school network in the U.S., according to the book "Empire of Deceit: An Investigation of the Gülen Charter School Network" published by attorney Robert Amsterdam and his law firm, which represent Turkey in lawsuits in the U.S. His company signed more than $50 million in contracts in a year, making Öksüz a millionaire in the process.
Harmony operates more than 50 schools in Texas and receives more than $250 million in public funding every year. It also serves as a regional oversight entity for all Gülen-linked school networks and organizations in several states included in the shadowy group's Greater Texas region.
Gülenist schools are being accused of exploiting and defrauding the charter school system by emigrating a large number of their sympathizers to the U.S. with H1-B visas and using affiliated vendors to funnel millions of U.S. public money into their own organization.
Öksüz and the TCAE are also known for hefty donations mainly aimed at the Democratic Party and its candidates on federal and state level. Turkish media reports after U.S. presidential elections in Nov. 2016 cited that Gülenists donated more than $2 million in Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Öksüz was often spotted in events linked to top-ranking Democrats