Mr. Subu Kota joined The Boston Group (TBG) in 1992

Subu Kota, DNC contributor and spy

Subu Kota is president of the Boston Group, a computer consulting firm is Boston. Subu Kota is also a spy.
Vladimir Galkin is a spy. He was arrested on Oct. 29,1996 one week before the election and then released one week after it. Here is what the San Francisco Examiner said on Nov.14,1996:

    Washington — Faced with Russian threats of retaliation, the United States dropped spying charges Thursday against a former KGB agent, because the CIA and State Department decided prosecution was not in the national interest.

Vladimir and Subu know each other very well. They worked together while Subu was stealing defense secrets at Data General and Vladimir was working for the KGB. The LA Times had this to say about Vladimir’s work:

    According to U.S. intelligence officials, Galkin never worked as a spy in the United States but instead ran a string of American spies from Moscow and other KGB bases. He was in charge of handling highly technical espionage targeting the “Star Wars” missile defense program, known formally as the Strategic Defense Initiative, one of the Reagan administration’s most prominent and controversial defense programs.In particular, Galkin was charged with trying to obtain secret “Star Wars” information from a Northborough, Mass., employee of Data General in 1991.

Subu Kota has many friends. Some are spies. Read what the Boston Globe had to say about one of them:

    An Indian national accused of working for the KGB when he allegedly received military secrets from a Northborough man appeared last night in US District Court in Boston on espionage charges. US Magistrate JudgeMarianne B. Bowler ordered Aluru Prasad, 49, held without bail until a hearing later in the week. Subrahmanyan Kota was indicted with Prasad last week, accused of selling secrets of the B-2 Stealth bomber and of a missile tracking device.

Wednesday, June 11, 1997
An embarrassing 1996 meeting involving President Clinton and two people he would rather forget — contributor Yogesh Gandhi and fund-raiser John Huang — was arranged, it turns out, by Craig Livingstone. Mr. Livingstone is the White House security-office director who resigned last year after admitting that his office obtained hundreds of confidential FBI files on Republicans -the controversy that engulfed the White House last spring before the campaign-finance affair became known. The meeting took place three weeks before the FBI scandal broke. An earlier White House meeting between Mr. Gandhi and Mr. Clinton was canceled by the White House counsel’s office after officials were warned that Mr. Gandhi was misrepresenting himself. – WSJ

The Central Intelligence Agency recently uncovered another suspected foreign spy in its midst but chose to handle the espionage case through administrative action and keep the matter secret, according to U.S. intelligence sources. CIA sources said the agency discovered that a contract employee working closely with its clandestine case officers apparently was providing information to a foreign intelligence service. The CIA brought in the FBI to aid in a counterintelligence investigation but sufficient evidence could not be obtained for an arrest. Instead, the worker was fired. The CIA notified congressional intelligence oversight committees but, unlike other recent high-profile spy cases, the agency decided not to make a public announcement that a spy had been unmasked.- LA Times

PRESS RELEASE January 24, 1996: United States Attorney Donald K. Stern, Frederick P. Aufiero, Chief, Criminal Investigation Division, Internal Revenue Service, and Richard Swensen, Special Agent-in-Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced that SUBRAHMANYAM (SUBU) M. KOTA, 50, 72 Wesson Terrace, Northboro, was indicted today by a federal grand jury. The twelve-count indictment charges KOTA with seven counts of subscribing to false returns. For each of the years 1989- 1993, KOTA is charged with subscribing to a false joint United States Individual Income Tax Return, Form 1040. For each of the years 1993-1994, he is charged with subscribing to a false United States Income Tax Return for an S Corporation, Form 1120S, for BSST Software Group, Inc. d/b/a The Boston Group (“The Boston Group”). … KOTA is currently awaiting trial on a separate indictment charging him with espionage and with conspiracy to transport stolen property in foreign commerce.

Subu Kota was making donations to the Kerry/DNC victory fund after his indictment on charges of espionage!

“OH! PLEASE DON’T GIVE HIM ANY MORE IDEAS,” implores Virginia Kota, as she drives me and Subu Kota to Logan International Airport in Boston, MA. Kota, founder and Chairmain of the Boston Group, is on his way to Hyderabad, to launch his new venture–Boston BIO, a services company for the biosciences industry. This is Kota’s latest venture–an entrepreneurial evolution that has spanned three decades now, since Kota came to the U.S. in 1968. On his office wall is a replicate of a story from the Boston Globe. “When we did that story in 1993, the author laughed even as I told him that the IT jobs would soon move to India and other developing countries,” recalls Kota. It turned out Kota was right–compellingly so. “When I was with Data General, I noticed that a lay-off meant the people went away, but the projects didn’t go away. And many times, the people simply came back as consultants to finish the project. How sensible was that?” asks Kota, who had spent close to two decades with the company, before heading out to lead the Boston Group, now into its fifteenth year.

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Subu Kota has met with Mr. and Mrs. Clinton, are they now also associated to Indian espionage?

Krishna Ika founded Brainwave Science in 2012

Serial entrepreneur at heart, Krishna Ika has founded and managed a wide range of companies.

Mr. Ika founded Brainwave Science in 2012 he is the President and Chairman of the board of Brainwave Science LLC. He is also the Founder and President of Government Works, an information technology company specializing in Federal and State government space. Through the years Government Works has provided products and services to numerous U. S. Federal Govt. departments, including Department of Homeland Security, Department of Defense, Department of Justice, Department of Health and Human Services and others.  Government Works also provides a web-based Medicare enrollment solution called CMS Gateway that streamlines the Medicare enrollment processes. Today Government Works is an established government contractor. Prior to that he cofounded ikaSystems, a leader in enterprise managed care Platform Company that raised over $140 M in private equity funding.

Former Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, USA and Retired Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn Joins Brainwave Science’s Advisory Board

Michael T. Flynn
Lieutenant General (LTG)
Former Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, USA

General Mike Flynn has over 33 years of service in US nation’s military culminating as the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and as the nation’s highest serving military intelligence officer. General Flynn’s experience is broad and ranges in areas such as Intelligence, Counterintelligence, Security, and Cyber.

In 2010, General Flynn co-authored and published the influential report, “Fixing Intel: A Blueprint for Making Intelligence Relevant in Afghanistan,” that emphasized the importance of socio-cultural understanding for effective intelligence operations and has been a driven advocate for operations-intelligence fusion and greater information and intelligence sharing between the military, law enforcement, intelligence, commercial, and international communities.

Former Deputy Director of the Israeli Security Agency (“Shin-Bet”) joins Brainwave Science’s International Advisory Board

Mr. Itzhak Ilan

Brainwave Science, the developer of ground-breaking Brain Fingerprinting technology, is proud to announce Former Deputy Director of the Israeli Security Agency (“Shin-Bet”), Mr. Itzhak Ilan, as the newest member of the company’s advisory board.

Mr. Itzhak Ilan is the former Deputy Director of the Israeli Security Agency (“Shin-Bet”), where he held various senior intelligence positions and sensitive high-security clearance roles. Mr. Ilan introduced various investigation techniques and systems during his tenure at the Israeli Security Agency (“Shin-Bet”). Prior to being appointed as its Deputy Director, Mr. Ilan served as the Head of the Shin-Bet’s Foreign Division, Head of the Counter-Terrorism Division and Head of the Interrogations Division. Mr. Ilan has vast experience in managing complex security and intelligence operations and addressing crisis situations. Utilizing his vast skills gained from over 30 years in Israel’s top governmental security agency and his close cooperation with the Israeli Police and the Israel Defense Forces (IDF),

Mr. Brian McCauley

Former Deputy Assistant Director and Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

Mr. McCauley recently retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) after serving more than three decades in service to the United States Government. As a Deputy Assistant Director for all International Operations he was responsible for the operations in over 100 countries and managed the 84 FBI’s Legal Attaché offices. Deputy Assistant Director McCauley fostered partnerships with the international law enforcement community, the U.S. private sector, the United States Intelligence Community. In this role, Deputy Assistant Director McCauley drove numerous innovative interagency and international initiatives to include the hostage working cell, the anti- corruption task force and the Joint Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) task force assigned to investigate and target IED cells leading to numerous U.S. and International Coalition lives being saved.

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