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opinion and publicly available information, often including home addresses, about people most of whom are or were government officers or employees


    1. NON-U.S.A.


        This part of the site is for:

        1. officers of governments other than those of the US
        2. officers of international organizations of governments
        3. people with diplomatic passports, diplomatic immunity, or diplomatic tax exemption

      2. A-G
        1. A-G except Germany
        2. Germany
          1. BDVP 8.5 MB
            This ZIP file from Cryptome becomes a 79-page, PDF file of some, supposed officers of the former BDVP of the former DDR. The file has last name, first name, ID number, alternate ID number, job title, initial rank, office assignment, and rank now (at time list was made). Officers are listed by city. Within each city, officers are listed by their names.
          2. DHL
            1. A-C
            2. D-J
            3. K-Z
          3. Volkswagen
          4. All other Germany

            1. A
            2. B-F
            3. G-H
            4. I-K
            5. L-Q
            6. R-Z
      3. H-M
      4. N
      5. O-T
      6. U-Z
        1. U-Z except United Kingdom and Zimbabwe
        2. United Kingdom
          1. BNP (British National Party)
          2. MI6
        3. Zimbabwe CIO


      1. Department of Agriculture USDA
      2. Department of Commerce
        1. Department of Commerce except NOAA
        2. NOAA
      3. Congress
        1. A-V
        2. W-Z
      4. Courts
        1. Courts except Supreme Court
        2. Supreme Court
      5. Credit Unions
        Managers of Federally Insured Credit Unions NCUA (National Credit Union Administration)
      6. Department of Defense, DoD military
      7. Education: Department of Education
      8. Electoral College Delegates 2008
      9. Energy: Department of Energy
      10. General Services Administration GSA
      11. Health
        1. Health and Human Services
          1. HHS Health and Human Services
          2. CDC Centers for Disease Control
          3. FDA
        2. NIH: National Institutes of Health
      12. Department of Homeland Security, DHS
        1. FPS Federal Protective Service
        2. DHS except FPS
      13. Intelligence
        1. Central Intelligence Agency
          1. a few intelligence sites CIA headquarters, Point Harvey, NCTC, Camp Peary
          2. CIA officers A-D
          3. CIA officers E-J
          4. CIA officers K-R
          5. CIA officers S-Z
          6. Related organizations especially Aero Contractors Ltd
        2. National Intelligence Council NIC
        3. National Security Agency NSA
        4. All other intelligence officers
      14. Department of the Interior
      15. DoJ: Department of Justice
        1. U.S. Attorneys
        2. Marshals
        3. Bureau of Prisons
        4. Other Federal Department of Justice for example: DEA and Executive Office for Immigration Review
      16. NRC Nuclear Regulatory Commission
      17. Postal Service: USPS
      18. Reserve: Federal Reserve System
      19. Republican National Convention Delegates 2004 New York City, Listed by State.
        1. A-C
        2. D-G
        3. H-K
        4. L-M
        5. N-O
        6. P-W
      20. SSA: Social Security Administration
      21. DoS: Department of State
        1. Department of State
        2. State Departnent Telephone Directories Foreign and Domestic
      22. Department of Transportation
      23. Trade FTC, USTR
      24. Department of the Treasury
      25. DVA: Department of Veterans Affairs
      26. White House
        1. presidents and vice-presidents.
        2. White House staff

      27. Other Federal
        1. A-O for example, FCC
        2. P-Z


      1. Alabama
      2. Alaska
      3. American Samoa
      4. Arizona
      5. Arkansas
      6. California
      7. Colorado
      8. Connecticut
      9. Delaware
      10. District of Columbia Washington, DC
      11. Florida
      12. Georgia
      13. Guam
      14. Hawaii
      15. Idaho
      16. Illinois
      17. Indiana
      18. Iowa
      19. Kansas
      20. Kentucky
      21. Louisiana
      22. Maine
      23. Maryland
      24. Massachusetts
      25. Michigan
      26. Minnesota and Mississippi
      27. Missouri
      28. Montana
      29. Nebraska
      30. Nevada
      31. New Hampshire
      32. New Jersey
      33. New Mexico
      34. New York           2010 N.Y. Pistol Permits
      35. North Carolina and North Dakota
      36. Northern Mariana Islands CNMI, MP
      37. Ohio
      38. Oklahoma
      39. Oregon
      40. Pennsylvania
      41. Puerto Rico
      42. Rhode Island
      43. South Carolina
      44. South Dakota
      45. Tennessee
      46. Texas
      47. Utah
      48. Vermont
      49. Virgin Islands USVI
      50. Virginia
      51. Washington State
      52. West Virginia and Wisconsin
      53. Wyoming

      1. Introduction

        Most of the officer-contributors' names come from the FEC (Federal Political Commission) website. Most officers are local and state, some are federal, some are in the prison business.

      2. Correctional and Detention 2002-2008
        We provide home addresses for some officers.
      3. Individual Contributors Electronically Reported to the FEC, 1999-2012
        1. A-K 2.5 MB
        2. L-Z 2.5 MB
      4. Matching Fund Contributors
        1. 2000 Threshhold Contributors, 1.6 MB
        2. 2004
        3. 2008
      5. State And Local 2004-2008

      Email Addresses


    1. Employment

      Employment Officers' Home Addresses

    2. Fourth Estate

      Cities and 5-Digit Zip Codes of Some Reporters, Journalists, Editors, and Publishers


      1. old publicity about our website
      2. AP Associated Press
      3. DN Mortimer B. Zuckerman's New York Daily News
      4. NWS K. Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation
      5. RDA Reader's Digest Association
      6. TWX Time Warner
        1. surnames A-G
        2. surnames H-Q
        3. surnames R-Z
      7. Viacom Sumner M. Redstone's Viacom and CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System)

    4. A FEW IDEAS

      Metals and Money

      Old Guesses About Future Prices of Commodities and Currencies


      Old advice about how to find government officers' home addresses


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    1. CRYPTOME, especially its eyeball series, has photographs, and usually street addresses, of the homes of:
      1. Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair
      2. former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. John R. Bolton
      3. CIA DCI John Owen Brennan
      4. Google's Sergey Mikhaylovich Brin
      5. former U.S. president George Herbert Walker Bush's Maine home
      6. former U.S. president George Walker Bush's Prairie Chapel ranch in Texas
      7. British spies' recent New York addresses
      8. CIA Michael Anne Casey
      9. CIA Jeffrey W. Castelli
      10. former vice-president Richard Cheney's Virginia home
      11. former DHS secretary Michael Chertoff
      12. Clintons: former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton and former president William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton in New York and District of Columbia
      13. Cook: John Cook journalist
      14. Eatinger: Robert Eatinger, CIA lawyer
      15. Gellman: Barton Gellman journalist
      16. Gonzales: former U.S. attorney general Alberto R. Gonzales
      17. Goodman: Leah Susan McGrath Goodman writer and editor
      18. former CIA DCI Porter J. Goss's homes in Virginia and Florida
      19. Greenwald: Glenn Greenwald journalist
      20. former CIA DCI Michael Vincent Hayden
      21. Impoco: Jim Impoco, Newsweek editor-in-chief
      22. INSA (Intelligence and National Security Alliance)
      23. Koza: def chief of staff (regional targets) CIV/NSA Frank Koza
      24. CIA agent Robert S. Lady
      25. Ledgett: Richard "Rick" Ledgett NSA deputy director
      26. Leonard: Andrew Leonard journalist
      27. McConnell: former DNI (Director of National Intelligence) John Michael "Mike" McConnell's Virginia home
      28. Michael J. Morell, Acting Director Central Intelligence Agency
      29. Negroponte: former deputy secretary of state John Dimitri Negroponte
      30. Poitras: Laura Poitras movie director and producer
      31. U.S. president Barack Hussein Obama, Jr.'s Illinois home
      32. former CIA DCI Leon E. Panetta
      33. Blackwater's Erik Dean Prince
      34. CIA acting general counsel John Anthony Rizzo
      35. Rogers: Michael Rogers, NSA Cybercom
      36. Rumsfeld: former defense secretary Donald Henry Rumsfeld (Chicago, the District of Columbia, and Maryland)
      37. Former California governor Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger
      38. U.S. presidents: White House inside and outside, and Camp David
      39. Uzac: Etienne Uzac, IBT Media Co-Founder

      1. ELLETTSVILLE Indiana
        Ellettsville Town Council members' home addresses
      2. IVYLAND Borough, Pennsylvania
        Ivyland Borough officials' home addresses
      3. WILSON North Carolina
        Wilson Town elected officials' home addresses

      1. Introduction

        A salary list is a list of people for each of whom the list provides name, salary, and often other information such as work site, job title, and start date.

      2. Internet Archive has salary lists with government officers' names and job titles. Try searches such as "salary list" and "salary city".
      3. provides Washington State government officers' names and pay, local real estate records, and much othr information which can be used to find home addresses of government officers.
      4. Pibuzz Government Employees has many links to information

      This site was not on the web on 29 June 2021.

      home addresses of police officers mostly in the District of Columbia region plus other information including photographs

    5. VOTERS

      1. A FEW U.S. STATES:


        There are web sites which link to each other, each site for a different state; for example, for Florida.

      2. UTAH
        1. Introduction 2014jul3
        2. Database of all voters: Go to the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine's page for on 27 March 2014. In approximately the right-center of the top of that page, the words "PLEASE DOWNLOAD ...." appear. That ZIP file is a recent database of all Utah voters' names, dates of birth, phones, addresses, and other information.
        3. Hints
        4. One voter at a time 2014may27 Utah voters' names, birth dates, phones, addresses, and other information

  4. URL

street map to CIA headquarters on Colonial Farm Road in McLean
Link to CIA Sites Page