Posts Tagged ‘Phone Taps’

3874900On March 15, 2013, from out of nowhere, certain new information came my way.  Because of this new information I now know the exact address of where Michael Katkov was arrested on December 17, 1987: 21 E. 10th Street, Apt 11D. I also now who the FBI’s other controlled asset was.

Go to the audio website and click on 17-2: http://roofmanpansini.com/

Very interesting.

By the way, below is where I lived in 1987. Way below.

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Maybe David Petraeus would still be the DCI if  FBI agent Frederick Humphries had not gone to his congressman. Don’t you just hate it when some guys take it upon themselves to mess in national security?

I’m being factitious, of course, because that’s exactly what I did back when I was Roofman The Spy: I injected United States Customs into the Katkov Affair.

Here is my initial phone conversation with United States Customs:

Audio 15-2 (2:09)

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 Recently, WordPress has added a new feature to its dashboard: hits can now be tracked by country. And since I added a post about Aldrich Ames, I am getting hits from the Russian Federation. How cool is that! Haven’t sold any ebooks there yet but who knows.

Roofman the Spy

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The above quote came from the audio tape below. And, yes, I did feel like a real spy. I had a large sum of money in my pocket, and the Soviets had given me a secret mission.

This excerpt comes from Chapter Eleven:

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 This event, taken from Chapter 14, occurred in 1987. Me and the FBI came to the conclusion that I was being passed off to a new GRU officer. I was working at Columbia University’s engineering library at the time — a real hotbed of intrigue. (I’m not kidding.) This is what happened, and this is what I told me FBI case officer, Jim Knapp, on the phone:

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I was already taking a big risk by taping my meetings with Mikhail Katkov in my apartment for the FBI. The way I figured it, why should they have all the golden memories? I wanted a tape too.

However, my apparatus cost about $50, whereas their device cost $3,000. That meant I had to be very careful in secreting my recorder.

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