Chapter Six  Repercussions...

Hear are some letters expressing my continuing frustration.

Martin L. Kaiser, Inc.
MANUFACTURER OF SURVEILLANCE . COUNTERSURVEILLANCE . BOMB DETECTION EQUIPMENT

29 November 1999

Immigration Board
Department of Immigration
P.O. Box 1098GT
Grand Cayman
Cayman Islands

Reference: 007956

Attention: Liz Walton
Secretary, Immigration Board

Dear Ms. Walton:

This letter is in response to yours of 10 September, 1999 to Mr. John Bostock of John D.Bostock Associates.

For the past 27 years I have been a good citizen on the Cayman Islands and given generous financial and personal support to many, many charitable and civic organizations. On numerous I have assisted Royal Cayman Police Force in areas of my expertise. I sincerely regret the current state of affairs.

I place the blame for the destruction of my Cayman dream directly on the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation in particular and the U.S. intelligence community in general.  Allow me to explain.

Years ago your residency application asked "Have you ever been charged with a crime?" I would then have to say "Yes, I lawfully electronically bugged a couple of corrupt FBI agents." To express their displeasure they used the enormous power of the U.S. government to fabricate a crime, lie to a Grand Jury and falsely accuse me of committing that crime. They tampered with evidence they themselves had created and perjured themselves before the court. After I was acquitted they sued me for US$22,OOO,OOO claiming I caused them mental anguish. One agent claimed I aggravated the sty in his eye and the other that I aggravated his hemorrhoids. That suit lasted for nearly ten years and cost me hundreds of thousands of dollars before it was dismissed. You may go to my web site and read more about this story. You may not agree with my methods but I tell you that the price of freedom is not "free."

Recently that same question on your residency application was changed to "Have you ever been convicted of a crime?" I immediately reapplied to immigration and answered "NO." Now, it appears, my actions were too late.

You have a beautiful Island...don't loose it.   It is truly a pity that I shall not be part of it.

Respectfully,



Martin L. Kaiser
President



cc: Bostock Assoc.
      U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski (MD)


Martin L. Kaiser I Inc.
MANUFACTURER OF SURVEILLANCE. COUNTER SURVEILLANCE. BOMB DETECTION EQUIPMENT

28 January 1999

The Honorable Barbara A. Mikulski
United states Senate
253 The World Trade Center
401 East Pratt Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Subject: A matter of fairness

Dear Senator Mikulski:

Recently, Sandia National Laboratories received a grant to develop a disrupter. A disrupter is a tool used by bomb technicians to disarm improvised explosive devices (IEDs) such as letter/mail, pipe or car bombs. Over the past 25 years I have sold hundreds of my disrupter to federal, state and local bomb squads.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) then received a grant to purchase 400 disrupters of Sandia's design. What happened next is, to me, absolutely inconceivable. The FBI gave these disrupters away free of charge to virtually every bomb squad in the United states. My market went to zero overnight.  Since my disrupter sells for roughly $4,000.00, the FBI's action meant an instantaneous loss of $1,600,000.00!

Martin L. Kaiser, Inc. consists of myself and a part-time assistant.  I'm sure you can appreciate that a loss of this magnitude is totally devastating to a company the size of mine. There is absolutely no way I can compete with the FBI.

When I telephoned your office and spoke with a member of your staff he told me to make sure I tell you exactly what help I wanted.  Obviously, I would like you to help me recover from this loss. One solution would be to give the grant money directly to the bomb squads and allow them the option of choosing whatever disrupter is best for their needs.  I would appreciate hearing any ideas you may have to resolve this dilemma. Your kind assistance and guidance will determine the future of my company.

Supporting documentation is available for your review. Please do not hesitate contacting me with any questions or comments. Until then, I remain,


Truly,



Martin L. Kaiser, President

P.O. BOX 171 · COCKEYSVILLE, MARYLAND 21030 · U.S.A.
TEL: (410) 252-8810 . FAX: (410) 666-8790


United States Senate
Washington, D.C. 20510-2003


February 2,  1999

Mr. Martin L. Kaiser
President
Martin L. Kaiser, Inc.
P.O. Box 171
Cockeysville, Maryland 21030


Dear Mr. Kaiser:

Thank you for contacting me about the impact of the recent grant received by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on your business. In response to your concern, I have requested that Mr. Louis J. Freeh, Federal Bureau of Investigation take a look at this issue. I have asked Mr. Freeh to respond to you directly.  Thank you again for bringing this to my attention.



Sincerely,
Barbara A. Mikulski
United States Senator


Martin L. Kaiser, Inc.

MANUFACTURER OF SURVEILLANCE · COUNTER SURVEILLANCE · BOMB DETECTION EQUIPMENT


16 February 1999

The Honorable Barbara A. Mikulski
United states Senate
253 The World Trade Center
401 East Pratt Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Subject: A matter of fairness

Dear Senator Mikulski:

With reference to your response to my letter of 28 February...WHY THE HECK DID YOU DO THAT!? My God, Senator, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that Mr. Freeh is a COMPETITOR and he is using the enormous power of the United States Government to enforce that position. If any of his employees show up at my door to "investigate" this matter they are going to find themselves on the street sitting on their butts. I trust you would agree that this is the proper response.

Mr. Freeh obviously has no concept, whatsoever, of how the free enterprise system works and therefore cannot self-judge the damage he has caused. This matter should be placed in the hands of Attorney General Janet Reno.  Would you be so kind as to assist in doing that? Please do not hesitate contacting me with any questions or comments. Until then, I remain,


Truly,




Martin L. Kaiser
President

cc: sp
     sb

P.O. BOX 171 · COCKEYSVILLE, MARYLAND 21030 · U.S.A.
TEL: (410) 252-8810 . FAX: (410) 666-8790


Martin L. Kaiser, Inc.
MANUFACTURER OF SURVEILLANCE · COUNTER SURVEILLANCE · BOMB DETECTION EQUIPMENT

8 January 2001

The Honorable Barbara A. Mikulski
United states Senate
253 The World Trade Center
401 East Pratt Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Subject: A matter of fairness

Dear Senator Mikulski:

Thank you for your continued assistance in resolving my problems with the FBI.

Once again, the FBI has unilaterally absolved itself of any wrongdoing.  It is inconceivable they did this without ever interviewing the very person making serious accusations and holding the damning evidence.

I look forward to your response to my letter of 27 November 2000.


Respectfully,


Martin L. Kaiser
President

P.O. BOX 171 · COCKEYSVILLE, MARYLAND 21030 · U.S.A.
TEL: (410) 252-8810 · FAX: (410) 666-8790


FBI AXIOM
If you lie in a court of law and get away with it, it is called "JUSTICE."
If you lie in a court of law and get caught, it is called "PERJURY."


Me during filming of CONFESSIONS OF A DANGEROUS MAN, a Frank Terpil story

Marty in His Lab


Note: In certain government circles it is "understood" that Martin L. Kaiser inspired Francis Ford Coppola to write the manuscript for "The Conversation" back in the early seventies.

Some of Marty's FBI Story formed the basis for the new Jerry Bruckheimer/Tony Scott film "Enemy of the State" starring Gene Hackman, Will Smith, John Voit and Regina King.



In the late 1990's I was approached by Touchstone Pictures, a division of Walt Disney Productions, to help with a new film to be entitled "Enemy of the State."  My buddy Steve Uhrig and I were to be technical advisors. We received the screenplay from Touchstone/David Marconi and immediately got to work correcting and writing the technical language. We started with a script one inch thick and eventually wound up with a script five inches thick.  I ask Jerry Bruckheimer why he decided to kill off NSA agents instead of FBI agents he responded that the general public already accepted the FBI to be corrupt and dishonest and beating a dead horse would accomplish little.  Naturally, I couldn't disagee with him. I didn't make a lot of money on the project but walked away with the title of "Film Maker."


Chapter One       The Beginning...
Side Bar A          Bomb Story
Chapter Two      The U S Recording Scandal...
Chapter Three   Bugging the FBI...
Chapter Four    The Criminal Case...
Chapter Five     The Civil Case...
Chapter Seven  My personal observations...

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