DOD and HUD Missing Money: Supporting Documentation

DOD and HUD Missing Money: Supporting Documentation by Catherine Austin-Fitts – Solari

TDC Note – Publishing this in support of the $21 TRILLION missing from the DOD and HUD. For those that doubt this level of corruption and theft could possibly exist or happen please explain this documentation.

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“No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made by law; and a regular statement and account of receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published from time to time.” ~ Article I, Section 9, Clause 7, U.S. Constitution

Update as of June 6, 2018

Update on the $21 Trillion in Unsupported Adjustments at the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Defense

Update as of December 12, 2017

Subsequent to the publication of Dr. Skidmore’s report, the Office of the Inspector General at the Department of Defense (DOD) and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) took reports off line, consequently our primary links in the table below are to the same documents posted on our website. We have preserved the original DOD and HUD links in the footnotes – if they result in a 404 error or not found message, this indicates they were taken down or moved subsequent to publication.

On October 5, 2017 we discovered that the link to the report “Army General Fund Adjustments Not Adequately Documented or Supported” had been disabled. Within a several days, the links to other OIG documents we identified in our search were also disabled. The sequential non-random nature of this disabling process suggests a purposeful decision on the part of OIG to make key documents unavailable to the public via the website, as opposed to website reorganization, etc. We also revisited the website intermittently to see whether the documents had been reposted under different URLs—until very recently they had not been reposted.

On December 11, 2017, we learned that key documents had been reposted on the OIG website, but with different URLs. Documents now appear to be reposted on new URLs. As we find the new URLs we are adding them in the footnotes entitled “new link” next to the original link.


Solari Report: Interview with Dr. Mark Skidmore, Thursday, September 28, 2017

Summary Report on “Unsupported Journal Voucher Adjustments” in the Financial Statements of the Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Defense and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Dr. Mark Skidmore
Mark is professor of economics and agricultural, food and resource economics at Michigan State University, where he holds the Morris Chair in State and Local Government Finance and Policy. He received his doctorate in economics from the University of Colorado in 1994, and his bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Washington in 1987. Mark is Co-editor of the Journal of Urban Affairs.

Catherine Austin Fitts
Catherine is the president of Solari, Inc., publisher of the Solari Report, and managing member of Solari Investment Advisory Services, LLC. She served as managing director and member of the board of directors of the Wall Street investment bank Dillon, Read & Co. Inc., as Assistant Secretary of Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner at the US Department of Housing and Urban Development in the first Bush Administration, and was the president of Hamilton Securities Group, Inc. Her experience on Wall Street and Washington is described in her book Dillon Read & Co. & the Aristocracy of Stock Profits. Catherine graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (BA), the Wharton School (MBA).

 

Year DOD Government Source Document
2017 Unspecified See All Pages
2016 Unspecified See Page #78[39]
2015 Unspecified See Page #83[37], See Page #59, 78[38]
2014 Unspecified See Page #59, 79[2]
2013 Unspecified See Page #81, #101[3]
2012 Unspecified See Page #84, #104[4]
2011 Unspecified See Page #73[5]
2010 Unspecified See Page #8, #9[6]
2009 Unspecified See Page #28[7]
2008 Unspecified See Page #49[8]
2007 Unspecified See Page #46[9]
2006 Unspecified See Page #178[10]
2005 Unspecified See Page #18, #50, #296[11]
2004 Unspecified See Page #19[12]
2003 Unspecified See Page #2[13]
2002 Unspecified See Page #2[14]
2001 Unspecified See Page #2[15]
2000 $1.1 trillion
(includes $320.8 billion from
Air Force)
See Page #1[16] See Page #147[36]
1999 $2.3 trillion See Page #9[17]
1998 $1.7 trillion See Page #5[18]

 

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