House Committee on ‘Russian Hacking’ Includes Only DNC-Hired Tech Experts
DNC should have absolutely ZERO credibility with tech issues by now.
Scribd: Alms for Jihad: Charity and Terrorism in the Islamic World
Currently, a search of the identity GoAgile ...
Bloomberg: Company Overview of GoAgile, Inc. suggests the company was founded in 1994.
Key Execs listed:
Mr. Oussama Ziadé -Chairman and CEO (Harvard grad)
Mr. James Cerrato-Chief Product Officer Cerrato has been Vice President of Business Development at Adaptive, Inc. since February 17, 2017.
Mr. Ibrahim Hussein-VP and Chief Scientist with Ptech since its inception in 1994, received his Master's and Doctorate degrees in Computer Science from Columbia University...taught computer science at Columbia where he also led a research team in a computer vision research project funded by the US DoD
Mr. George Peterson -CFO joined Ptech in 2001 and is responsible for the overall financial strategic direction of the company
Soliman Biheiri head of BMI and a member of Ptech’s board. US prosecutors will later call him the US banker for the Muslim Brotherhood (see link)
Biheiri is also listed in the book "Alms for Jihad"
Abdurahman Alamoudi (now where have we heard that name before??) is one of Ptech’s founders, as well as an investor in BMI. Also listed in the book "Alms for Jihad"
Muhammed Mubayyid and Suheil Laheir. Neither have any known direct ties to terrorism financing. However, both are longtime Ptech employees whom formerly worked for Care International, a Boston-based suspect Islamic charity...Laheir, Ptech’s chief architect, wrote many articles in support of Islamic holy war. He frequently quoted Abdullah Azzam, bin Laden’s mentor.
Yaqub Mirza - investor and on a Ptech advisory board directs SAAR, a multi-million dollar network of companies and charities in Herndon, Virginia. US officials privately say Mr. Mirza and his associates also have connections to al-Qaeda and to other entities officially listed by the US as sponsors of terrorism.
Joe Bergantino, a CBS journalist who will be the first to report on Ptech, will say of Ptech in 2002, “The worst-case scenario is that this is a situation where this was planned for a very long time to establish a company in this country and in the computer software business that would target federal agencies and gain access to key government data to essentially help terrorists launch another attack.” [National Public Radio, 12/8/2002]