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 +==June 27, 2008==
 +===Brian Douglass Arrest Report (IA2364783290)===
 +From the fourth episode of [[Gotham Tonight]], a GPD paper shown is observed to have the numbers "2364783290." By adding an "IA" prefix, Brian Douglass's arrest report was found under Glenn Barhyte's login.
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 +===Pasquale Bistro wiretap (MCU4735119)===
 +From a [[MCU_emails|new email in Glenn Barhyte's account,]] Jim Gordon mentions document MCU4735119 regarding the murders of [[Whysoserious.com/Redballoons/Ineptlackeys.htm|"Stevie and Romeo."]] The document is a wiretap from [[Pasqualesbistro.com|Pasquale's Bistro,]] where both men arrived at the bistro to pick up their "package" and physically threatened bistro employees.
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 +The .mp3 file can be downloaded from Zshare [http://www.zshare.net/audio/143045128b771749/ here.]

Revision as of 17:44, 27 June 2008

GPD's SID is a database of various secure documents. These detail the Gotham Police Department's fight against the warring factions of organized crime, as well as corruption within the police itself.

Contents

November 30, 2007

An update was added to the GVAFoundation.org home page:

Protecting Victims

The Law requires that victims of crime be protected, but we've had five people call us in the last four weeks complaining that they have been approached by predatory security firms and lenders who clearly knew that their homes had been vandalized during the Fear Toxin riots in The Narrows. One of our clients contracted with the security system that approached her, which promised to provide her with 24 hour security for $12.99, and to install the system for free. It was the classic bait and switch. We reviewed the contract and found that after three months at the monthly security rate would go to more than fifty percent higher than the average security system charges in the city, and that added to that monthly charge would be a $15.99 a month fee to cover the installation costs of her system. The contract is for three years and there is no release clause.

It's apparent that these companies are getting the victim's information. One of our volunteers pretended to interview for a job with one of these companies. She reported that there were Gotham Police documents on the desk of the man who interviewed her. When she asked if the company was working with the police, the man interviewing her winked and said no, but that the Gotham Police's secure internal documents server was an open book. He said the GPD's document security was a joke.

GVAF has scheduled an appointment with Police Commissioner Loeb to discuss the issue of identity security for victims. We have also filed a lawsuit for the GVAF client with the security company.

This led participants to look up the site http://www.gothampolice.com/secureinternaldocuments/

Chechens (LC6551)

By logging in as Karl Breitup and using his anniversary (21485) as the password, participants are able to search for document number LC6551, mentioned in the Wearetheanswer.org threatening phone message:

Gotham Police Department

To: All Section Officers From: Larry Coniglia

Re: Upswing in Extortion/Chechen Gang activity

In the wake of the Falcone family collapse, members of organized crime associated with Chechen immigrants (from the 'Little Groznyy' area in Haysville) have attempted to step into the power vacuum.

Although reports of extortion have dropped to near zero, beat officers are reporting that business owners are apparently being shaken down but are too frightened to talk about it. Karl Breitup and Jason McCree have been working on a rash of arson cases in District 5 that appear to be part of this upsurgence. They report:

  • Seventeen site fires have destroyed an estimated $240,000 in equipment and materials in the last four weeks alone. It assumed that these fires are set on the construction sites of contractors who refuse to pay protection fees.
  • At least one homicide, the unsolved murder of Jimmy Cocuza, has been circumstantially related to Chechen activity. Coeuza, low level member of the Falcone family ran a construction company allegedly operating as a front for money laundering. Although the M.O., a mob style 'hit' with a .22, seems consistent with organized crime, evidence at the scene - the victime had been bound with electrical tape and tortured, an empty vodka bottle left on the desk - were consistent with other Chechen activity and clearly meant to 'send a message.'

Similar activity has occurred in other spheres of business long associated with the Falcone family, including dry cleaners and waste disposal. It is politically incorrect to 'long for the good old days' but the crime families knew their place, if you know what I mean. There's always going to be crime. The Moroni/Falcone families knew it was in their best interest to keep some peace. They 'kept a lid on it.' These guys are brutal, and more than willing to open fire on officers.For the near future, everyone wear your vest. If you think there's trouble, call for back-up.

Respectfully,

Larry Coniglia

Note: all typos were included


Clearance Request (IA8214299)

Participants have also reported sending emails to glenn.barhyte@gpdiad.com from the Gpdiad.com website and receiving personalized responses back. He is adamant about not being able to talk about the mob's connection to any police officers, but he mentioned a new document: IA8214299. Entering that document number into the SID logged in as Karl Breitup shows that Breitup (who is a lieutenant) does not have clearance to view that document.

The efforts to crack Glenn Barhyte's password have proved fruitful. His favorite song is The Rolling Stone's "Satisfaction" and he lived in Utrecht (in the Netherlands) for 9 years. His password is "tevredenheid," which is Dutch for "Satisfaction." With this new login, document IA8214299 was revealed, detailing the investigation into corruption accusations levied against Jason McCree and Karl Breitup:

Gotham Police Department

Doc: IA8214299 Form IA4912 Special Operations Clearance Request

Requesting Officer: Barhyte, Glenn

Court Order: Yes

Nature of Operation: Surveillance of Business

Time: 15:00 Date 12/01

Approvals: Describe Operation, include resources and personnel required:

Surveillance of Betty's House of Pies 1445 Maloney Street

Gotham City (see IA6142137)

six officers (no uniforms)

listening van

equipment for wiring an area for recording

Internal Affairs, not for distribution through police channels

Personnel Clear for Overtime? Yes

Reviewed by Legal Counsel: Rachel Dawes (signed)



Using Glenn Barhyte's login information on the Gpdiad.com site also allows the participant to listen in on the live feed from the surveillance operation mentioned above. [1] The stream went active on Dec 1, at 3PM EST.

Memo (IA6142137)

From information in Barhyte's clearance request, another document was found:

From:Glenn Barhyte

Re: Breitup, McCree/Last recap before Saturday

As discussed, we will be in place at Betty's House of Pies although we will not start the live audio feed until Breitup and McCree are in place. Breitup and McCree are not expected until 1500 hours.

Our Audio Techs are Specialists Adrick and Prinzing - Prinzing believes that Breitup may recognize him if he sees him, but will remain in the van so there is no reason that either Breitup or McCree should see either Audio Tech.

The listening device is a napkin dispenser. It will dispense napkins, although not very many, so hope that Breitup and McCree aren't messy. Shippler will place the dispenser a little before they are expected to arrive.

Hanson and Keilfer will be monitoring from an unmarked outside, Channel 11 on the two-ways. If you have trouble with the two-ways, use feeds/as12061500. People have been reporting some interference in that area so be prepared.

When the drop is made, I will make the approach.

Remember, Breitup and McCree are professionals. I expect they will behave sensibly. Treat them with some respect.

March 30, 2008

By logging in as Glenn Barhyte, a new document is found, using information from Josephcandoloro.com

IAD-2200 (1A176495U)

FORM # 24756TT/543

Official Investigation into Use of Deadly Force by Gotham Police Officer
CASE FILE # 4591023XN
INVOLVING OFFICER: Officer # 38739GPD, Sargeant Frank Notaro

DATE: May 13

Officer Frank Notaro testifies that he was walking home from a late movie at 2AM down Jackson Street in Downtown when he heard gunshots. He ran to the sounds, which is the alley in the 1300 block of Jackson between Columbus and Madison. There, he witnessed a man holding a semi-automatic weapon shooting at passers-by. One man was hit already and on the ground. Notaro says he raised his service revolver and shot the man within seconds. Notaro says he was defending the lives of citizens and felt as personal risk by the gunfire.

INITIAL COMMENTS

There are several inconsistencies in Sargeant Notaro's storiy (sic). The gunshot which killed the shooter, Richard Lukas Gould, appears to have been shot from a maximum of ten feet away. Yet Gould was found dead forty feet from the entrances of the alley on Jackson and Columus (sic). Thus, Notaro would have had to brave semi-automatic gunfire as he moved forward for up to thirty feet and then shot the man from ten feet away, which seems improbable. As well, the injuries to the passersby do not seem consistent with the incident report. Analysis of the shots to the foot and thigh of the two injured passersby reveals that the gunshot was from a different caliber weapon from the one retrieved at the scene.

RECOMMENDATION

The inconsistencies in the story by Officer Notaro demand investigation. I recommend an expanded probe into the incident and the suspension of Officer Notaro until conclusion of probe.

FOLLOW UPS

October 4
Probe rejected for budgetary reasons

March 25
Case file declared closed

Francis Notaro is the officer awarded for bravery (from his actions in this very incident) on Gothampolice.com, and accused Harvey Dent of bribery.

April 6, 2008

From a clue sent from Wearetheanswer.org after submitting a corruption tip about Francis Notaro, 3 more documents were found. The email contained a line of code that was discovered to be in Base64, and when translated, resulted in:

  Ref:
  IA8234971
  IA8376121
  IA8388555

By logging in as Glenn Barhyte, the following 3 documents were found on the SID

Wiretap (IA8234971)

A Zshare .mp3 of the file can be found here.

(dialtone)

(dialing numbers)

(ring)

(ring)

Rossi: Yes?

Notaro: Rossi?

Rossi: Yeah.

Notaro: Where the hell have you been? I've been tryin' to call ya.

Rossi: I've been helpin' old ladies cross the street. You know me.

Notaro: Gee...look Rossi, uh, uh-I can't do this anymore.

Rossi: What can't you do?

Notaro: The whole damn thing - all the lies and worse! They're after me! I'm hearin' things.

Rossi: Who's after you, the Chechens?

Notaro: No, Internal Affairs - they're sniffin' around that thing!

Rossi: What thing?!

Notaro: You know...that thing! That thing with the guy!

Rossi: The thing with the guy with the orange juice?

Notaro: No, the thing with the guy - the sicko!

Rossi: Oh, THAT thing. What about it?

Notaro: They're investigatin' it!

Rossi: (flippant) That's impossible! We shut it down! It's ah - what do you call it? Moot.

Notaro: Well, they're re-openin' it!

Rossi: Aaah, don't worry about it! You worry too much! Everyone worries too much! Go enjoy your boat. Take the day off, you still get paid.

Notaro: I want out, Rossi.

Rossi: Don't talk crazy now, Notaro! Why you gotta talk crazy?

Notaro: I want out before anything else happens.

Rossi: You're losin' me here!

Notaro: I'm a cop, Rossi. A cop! I forgot that for a while, but not no more! I'm a cop! My dad was a cop, and when he died, when that cancer ate him all up, the fraternal order of Gotham Police gave him a 9-gun salute! Guys in full dress, white-gloved, the whole thing!

Rossi: (sarcastically) I'm very sorry for your loss.

Notaro: What I'm sayin' is, I want that. When I go, I want my kid to see the same thing. Respect! Pride! I can't lose my badge over this.

Rossi: (laughs) It's like the one with the village idiot here. Lemme explain something to you. SLOWLY, so YOU can understand. We helped you with that thing. You remember? You came to us and we helped you. We took care of it, and we took care o' you. And you...take care o' US. That's the way it works, that's the way it's ALWAYS worked.

Notaro: Y-yeah, but -

Rossi: If you think you can walk away from this thing...try it. See what happens.

Notaro: I've talked it over with with Cisneros. We want out.

Rossi: Fraaaank. You are makin' such a big mistake.

Notaro: We're out.

Rossi: Look, look. Frank. Don't do anything stupid. Let's talk about it with Candoloro, you know him. We can work something out. We always work it out.

Notaro: I'm hangin' up now.

Note: The conversation concerns the investigation into the incident which earned Notaro a Gotham Medal of Commendation. Candoloro and Rossi are both helping Notaro cover up the evidence in this incident, and are paying him off via mafia funds.

Bank Statement (IA8376121)

This is a copy of Francis Notaro's bank statement.

Many of the transactions involve luxury items, and there are multiple $10,000 deposits from a "JC," which could be Joseph Candoloro. Other transactions from a different number on the same account (presumably Notaro's wife) are frequent. These transactions are almost all for visits to a "Rape Victim's Support" group and a doctor that can be presumed to be in the psychiatric practice. There is also a large payment ($2,312) to Kinslytravel.com, which suggests that Notaro planned to take his entire family out of Gotham.

DNA (IA8388555)

FORM #: IA8388555

TYPE: Memo

CASE FILE #: 4593023XN

INVOLVING OFFICER: Officer # 38739GPD, Sargeant Frank Notaro
RE: Info on Richard Lukas Gould

FROM: Melvin R. Finnigity
DATE: May 19

Information on shooting death of Richard Lukas Gould on the night of May 14 by Sargeant Frank Notaro.

I've made contact with some of our sources within the District Attorney's Office.

Richard Lukas Gould is considered by the District Attorney's office to be the "Jackson Park Rapist" who terrorized the neighborhood in and around aforementioned park for the last three years.

Investigation of Richard Lukas Gould began early last year out of the Downtown Special Crimes Unit. I've attached a document slipped to me by an informant inside the unit. Eyewitness testified Gould as taking part in an assault on a woman in the area, and his DNA was a match for blood and semen found at crime scenes.

Charges were set to be filed in May. However, evidence emerged of unlawful conduct on the part of initial investigator which queered eyewitness identification. DA office determined that the entire case would be thrown out. In order to spare department embarrassment, DA dropped the case. DSCU was furious.

In addition to some of the peculiarities discovered already regarding

Notaro's story, the identity of the shooting victim merits more investigation in this officer's opinion.

GOTHAM POLICE DEPARTMENT LAB File # 8793852OA

DNA Analysis of Fluids Found From Crime Scene #4E328923

DNA samples from:
  #1   Crime Scene
  #2   Samuel Evers Jeremynsk
  #3   Richard Lukas Gould
  #4   Jeremy Mered Slabotnik

COMMENTARY: Richard Lukas Gould is a match


DNA comparisons to Crime Scene sample

(the Sample is on the left in each)

Jeremynsk

Image:reportsamplejeremynsk.jpg

Gould

Image:reportsamplegould.jpg

Slabotnik

Image:reportsampleslabotnik.jpg

Note: It is very clear from the DNA image that Richard Lukas Gould is NOT a match for the rape case. Slabotnik's DNA is a match if the image of the lane is flipped horizontally.

One theory about this information is that Slabotnik is the rapist and is connected with the Chechen. The Chechens pay off a lab tech to clear Slabotnik, so the DNA evidence is tampered with and the report is written so that Gould is matched to the rape. Notaro, who's wife was a rape victim, finds out Gould is allegedly the rapist and kills him. He goes to Rossi for help, who covers it up and gets the investigation to shut down. However, when the investigation is re-opened, it could uncover all sorts of mob and Chechen ties to the Gotham police and political race.

April 15

From a new email in Glenn Barhyte's account, the wiretap document MCU3932571 was referenced. Searching for the document in the SID under Glenn Barhyte pulled up an audio file, where calls into Rossi's Deli were monitored.

Wiretap (MCU3932571)

All of the audio was taken from April 13, when participants calling the phone number for the deli reached a live person and interacted with her. The wiretap was a collection of recordings of these interactions. The file can be downloaded from Zshare here.

[beep]

Woman: Rossi's Deli, this call may be recorded for training purposes, can I take your order?

Customer 1: Oh, yeah, I was going to do a, uh, just a corn beef

[beep]

Customer 2: Do you have like a fish fry?

Woman: Okay, will that be all?

Customer 2: ...I think so.

[beep]

Customer 3: I'll have spaghetti and meatballs.

Woman: Spaghetti and meatballs, alright and was there anything else for you?

Customer 3: No thank you.

[beep]

Customer 4: Uh, yeah, I'd like to get a Joe's favorite for carry out

[beep]

Customer 5: Yeah I'd like to order Joe's favorite please

[beep]

Customer 6: Yes, I'd like to have, um, a triple deck turkey and cheese sandwich please

[beep]

Customer 7: Um, Can I have the uh, uh Rossi's favorite?

Woman: Okay, Joe's favorite...

Customer 7: I'm sorry?

Woman: I was just saying, "Joe's favorite..."

Customer 7: That's right-That's right, yes. Um, I was told that, uh they're having a party for Mary Breitup there today?

Woman: Uh, No, not for Mary, I mean, I, I, I see her over there, uh, but I don't know of any party for her...

Customer 7: Um Think I could talk to her?

Woman: Uh, You know, the phone isn't for customer service...

Customer 7: Okay, I'm sorry. Just tell her that um, that I'm sorry about uh her loss, and uh that I hope that, you know, she has a great day, and just enjoys her meal, I guess.

Woman: Alright, I'll try to pass that message along to her.

Customer 7: Alright, Thank you very much.

[beep]

Customer 8: Hi, I just wanted to order the um spaghetti and meat balls

[beep]

Customer 9: Do you, do you um, see any other officers, or perhaps um, Mary Breitup in there?

Woman: Um, let me take a look, I think I saw her earlier... oh, yup, yup, there's Mary, she's having her coffee.

Customer 9: You wouldn't think I could talk to here now, do you?

Woman: You know, I'm sorry I'm sorry, we really don't let customers use the phones here, we really, you know, we just use it for taking orders.

Customer 9: Mmm hmm.

Woman: Is there any, a message you wanted me to leave me for her? I could maybe, leave her you know, leave her a call back number or you know, a message for her?

Customer 9: No, that's alright, like I said I wouldn't want you to get involved.

Woman: Oh. Okaay... [laughs a little]

Customer 9: Alright, thanks a lot, thank you

Woman: Alright, thank you

Customer 9: Alright, bye

Woman: Bye

[beep]

Woman: Rossi's Deli, this call may be recorded for training purposes, can I take your order?

Customer 10: Yeah, it's my birthday, I wanted to make an order

Woman: Alright, what would you like?

Customer 10: I guess just a sandwich

Man in background: Get down!

Woman: What the-

[beep]

From what information is gleamed, Mary Breitup is at the deli but turned up dead somehow after the Notaro hostage situation, which occurred immediately after the last recording. However, she was not the hostage.


June 13, 2008

Albert Rossi Arrest Report (GP77031)

From the first episode of Gotham Tonight, a new document number was found under Sal Maroni's mugshot (77031) and via a new clue from Glenn Barhyte's email noting how GPD document numbers had a prefix of GP. Searching under gp77031 in Barhyte's SID account pulls up Albert Rossi's arrest report.

June 27, 2008

Brian Douglass Arrest Report (IA2364783290)

From the fourth episode of Gotham Tonight, a GPD paper shown is observed to have the numbers "2364783290." By adding an "IA" prefix, Brian Douglass's arrest report was found under Glenn Barhyte's login.

Pasquale Bistro wiretap (MCU4735119)

From a new email in Glenn Barhyte's account, Jim Gordon mentions document MCU4735119 regarding the murders of "Stevie and Romeo." The document is a wiretap from Pasquale's Bistro, where both men arrived at the bistro to pick up their "package" and physically threatened bistro employees.

The .mp3 file can be downloaded from Zshare here.


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