Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Psychiatrist Dr. Gary L. Litovitz Report on Me Part II


February 2, 2010 I requested CIA Psychiatrist Gary L. Litovtiz, MD, send me a full and complete copy of all medical records in his possession, including but not limited to information he submitted to CIA regarding my medical clearance/suitability for work, and the health benefit claim he submitted to Blue Cross and Blue Shield's Federal Employees Program regarding my visit to his office on December 7, 2009.  In response to my request, Dr. Litovitz sent the following documents:

1.  Report Dr. Litovitz submitted to CIA's Office of Medical Services (File 1) 

2.  Dr. Litovitz's handwritten (File 2)

3. Dr. Litovitz's Envelope and Letter responding to my request for Medical Records


4. Revocation of Dr. Litovitz's Authorization to Share my Private Information with US Government


File 2 includes Dr. Litovitz's "Temporary Notes for Dictation", "Telephone Notes" from his conversation with CIA Headquarters based psychiatrist Dr. Mary E. Newman, M.D. Dr. Newman was previously licensed to practice medicine in Ohio, her her medical license expired this year and was not renewed according to records on file with the Ohio Board of Medicine.  This file also includes the insurance forms Dr. Litovitz submitted to Blue Cross and Blue Shield diagnosing me as suffering from Psychotic Disorder Not Otherwise Specified.





Monday, April 16, 2012

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Recommended Reading list

Applicants to the CIA's National Clandestine Service (NCS) received CIA's Recommended reading list as they progress through the recruitment process. CIA recruiters often give applicants the names of 1 or 2 recommended books before the phone interview. Applicants who successfully pass CIA's initial phone interview receive CIA's Recommended Reading list along with other documents, prior to attending a CIA information session, held at various hotels throughout the country. NCS recruiters expect applicants to be familiar with CIA's mission, know the name of CIA's Director and demonstrate an interest in foreign affairs. NSC recruiters will ask applicants to discuss word events throughout NCS's interview and recruitment process. I remember an NCS recruiter asking me what intelligence activity was unique to CIA, the answer was Covert Action. CIA is the only government agency authorized to conduct covert operations abroad with the approval of the President of the United States. During my employment at DIA, DIA's Directorate of HUMINT (I considered transferring to DIA's HUMINT Directorate) emphasized they did not conduct Covert Activities. CIA also conducts Special Activities, which I will describe in a later blog posting about CIA's Special Activities Staff. I was handled by a Case Officer from CIA's Special Activities staff during my termination process from CIA.

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Security Briefing

Intelligence Community employees are required to be briefed on various security protocols, at DIA we were required to be briefed on properly handling and securing NATO information. Most IC briefings are simple, employee reads applicable memo and signs name indicating they understand said memo. I signed several documents during my employment with the IC at DIA and CIA.

Below is an authentic NATO security briefing. I was briefed on NATO upon my Entry on Duty at DIA, October 30, 2006. I was read off NATO when I terminated my employment at DIA to transfer to CIA.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

My Private Doctors Deemed Unqualified by Central Intelligence Agency

CIA's Office of Medical Services, Office of Security, Special Activities Staff, Personnel Evaluation Board and Employee Appeals Panel deemed my doctors unqualified and rejected their assessments of my health condition, ability for work, and fitness for duty.

Here is a complete list of my doctors and the approximate time I have been (or was) seeing them.

1. Julia Frank, M.D., Psychiatrist ~ 2 years

2. Jean Gearon, Ph.D., Psychologist ~ 1 year plus (last visit Fall 2011)

3. Ruben Cintron, M.D. , Neurologist ~ 2+ years

4. Catherine Pipan, M.D., Primary Care Physician (Post Car Accident) ~2+ years

5. Vanessa Peyton, M.D., Primary Care Physician (Pre Car Accident) ~2+ years

None of my doctors reported or diagnosed me as having Psychosis Not Otherwise Specified before or following my car accident. CIA staff, including the most senior levels of CIA leadership ignored my doctors' assessments, terminated my employment and security clearance for "psychological conditions."

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Voice Mail Recordings

These files include recordings of voice mails left by my former CIA Case Officer Ms. Sheila Hall, CIA Office of Medical Services Chief of Daily Operations Dr. Sally Ann Urbanczyk, PhD and CIA Psychiatrist Dr. Mary Elizabeth Newman, M.D.

CIA Staff subjected me to repeated harassing phone calls throughout my termination process. When I did not answer, CIA Staff left voice mails. I purchased a Sony IC voice recorder to make a record of CIA voice mails for future reference. CIA staff called me many more times than this sample of voice mails indicate. CIA placed me on administrative leave, thus I was often available to answer my cell phone when CIA called.

The first file is a static file, test I made on Sony IC voice recorder. Click on highlighted file, download to your computer and play with audio player on your computer. Comment or contact me if you have any issues accessing files.

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Psychiatrist Dr. Gary L. Litovitz Report on Me


Attached is the report CIA psychiatrist and Medical Director of CIA's Secret Psychiatric Prison, Gary L. Litovitz, M.D., Dominion Hospital in Falls Church, Virginia, submitted to CIA's Office of Medical Services on me.

CIA ordered me to visit Dr. Litovitz following my initial imprisonment at CIA's Secret Psychiatric Facility for a reevaluation on December 7, 2009. Dr. Litovitz diagnosed me as Psychosis Not Otherwise Specified, concurring with the original assessment of CIA psychiatrist Richard L. Roth, my attending physician at Dominion Hospital.

Dr. Litovitz's report formed the basis for CIA's decision to find me unfit for duty for "psychological conditions." Dr. Sally Ann Urbanczyk, Chief of Daily Operations in CIA's Mental Heal Division, insisted I see Dr. Litovitz despite my protestations of being uncomfortable meeting another psychiatrist associated with Dominion Hospital.

Friday, April 13, 2012

My Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Appointment Schedule 2008

Attached is my 2008 CIA appointment schedule. This is often referred to as the CIA's 3-day, because it involves three days of interviews. Applicants progress to this stage of the National Clandestine Service's (NCS) recruitment process after successfully completing the NCS's phone interview screening, attending the NCS information session at a hotel in the DC-Metro area and an in-person interview with a current or former CIA Case Officer/Operations Officer.

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and Intelligence Community (IC) Acronym List

Federal bureaucrats love acronyms and the IC has its own unique set of acronyms. Government bureaucrats can hold a conversation using only acronyms. I often use acronyms in my posts and my twitter account, @wlynnae. Attached is a sheet containing common IC acronyms for the public's reference. Feel free to contact me if you come across an undefined acronym not listed on the attached sheet.

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Deployment Letter

DIA deployment letter for breaking apartment leases, etc. before deploying to the CENTCOM area of operations. My position with DIA was classified Emergency/mission essential.

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Recruitment Letters

Attached are several letters I received from the CIA during my 2006 and 2008 recruitment process with the Agency. I cannot provide detailed commentary due to the nature of the National Clandestine Service's recruitment process and the secrecy surrounding NCS recruitment without CIA Publication Review Board (PRB) approval. If anyone is interested in more information on NCS's recruitment process, please comment on my blog and I will write a long post and submit to PRB for approval.



Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Office of Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)Security and Medical Testing Site

CIA and ODNI share the Dulles Discovery Center (DD1 and DD2, they recently completed a new building on-site) in Northern Virginia. CIA's Applicant Operations Center, polygraph testing center and the Security Center's Special Activities Staff are located at this site. ODNI staff emailed me this color map from after I received a Conditional Offer of Employment for an intelligence analyst position with the ODNI following my CIA termination. CIA security blocked my ODNI testing when I arrived for my appointment in Summer 2011. CIA has blocked all positions I have tried to obtain since my termination from CIA employment.


CIA Supplemental Security Forms

These are custom CIA Security forms that you will not find on the Office of Personnel Management's Standard Form 86 for National Security Positions. I received additional security forms from CIA but I don't know if I still have copies, if I find any additional CIA security information I will post.

My National Security Agency (NSA) Interview Schedule

I interviewed with NSA beginning in the Spring of 2008, following my Iraq deployment. I received a Conditional Offer of Employment (COE) from the NSA in the summer of 2008. My DIA security clearance was of no help in my recruitment process with DIA, because NSA (and CIA) view DIA Security as being inferior. In part, NSA and CIA view DIA's Security apparatus as inferior because DIA does not have a full-scope polygraph program. NSA and CIA do not play well with each other either, the Security apparatus at both agencies view themselves as superior to the other. NSA thinks its polygraphs are better than CIA and vice versa.

I have my NSA COE somewhere in my files, I will post it when I find it. COE's are not worth the paper they are written on and are fake job offers, because you don't get the job unless you pass Security and Medical screening, which takes at least 12 months (on the short end at CIA or NSA) and I've heard of people waiting for up to 3 years to be cleared by these agencies. I'm not sure why they bother killing trees issuing these COE's.

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Polygraph Brochure

DIA's polygraph differs from the polygraph program at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and National Security Agency (NSA). DIA requires its employees complete a Counterintelligence (CI) Polygraph while CIA and NSA require a more invasive Full-Scope Polygraph.

The attached DIA brochure gives an idea of what a polygraph entails. I do not have any experience with DIA's polygraph program. I have only been polygraphed by NSA and CIA personnel. Both were unpleasant experiences. Polygraph operators are permitted to ask personal questions and accuse their subjects of crimes without evidence. For example, my NSA polygrapher told me one of his subjects was unable to pass his polygraph, the illegal drug question, until he confessed to him his past hard-core (I can't remember which drug, it wasn't marijuana) drug habit. He had attempted to conceal his drug habit but once he confessed to his polygrapher, got this off his chest, he passed. The polygraph experience is invasive and humiliating lacking oversight.

Full-Scope Polygraphs have two parts, the CI and Lifestyle.
CI polygraph includes only questions relevant to CI but I do not have personal experience with CI only polygraphs.

Visit antipolygraph.org for more information on the polygraph. I will post my opinions on how to maintain composure and beat the NSA and CIA polygraphers at their game in a later post. The polygraph is junk science and only works if you believe it works.

My Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Iraq Deployment Orders

I received my Request and Authorization for TDY Travel of DoD Personnel before my Iraq deployment in November 2007. Central Intelligence Agency Office of Medical Services, Security Center Staffs, and CIA Clandestine Service Trainees Class 26 and Professional Trainees Class 19 questioned whether I indeed deployed to Iraq. In part, questions about my professional background led to my imprisonment by CIA personnel at CIA's Secret Psychiatric Prison, Dominion Hospital in Falls Church, Virginia and my eventual termination from CIA employment.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Central Intelligence Agency Letter Received after I withdrew 2006 Application

I withdrew my application to CIA in October 2006 and received this letter from an HR chief. In 2006, CIA's National Clandestine Service Recruitment Process moved exceptionally slow and I decided to give DIA a try, I had met some good mentors, and was enthusiastic about starting my DIA career. I dropped out of CIA's recruitment process, unfortunately, I reapplied and was accepted in 2008. I entered on duty at CIA on July 5, 2009. CIA still has an exceptionally slow recruitment process which is exaggerated by the intrusive Full-Scope Polygraph and invasive Medical requirements.

Central Intelligence Agency Recruitment Letter 2006

This is a letter I received from CIA's recruitment Center during my initial application to the CIA in 2006. I later dropped out of the CIA's National Clandestine Recruitment process and stayed at DIA. I reapplied to CIA in Fall 2007, before my deployment to Iraq.

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Recommended Reading List

This is a list of recommended books authored by (Former?) US Army Colonel Conlon and distributed to my DIA Tomorrow's Intelligence Professionals Class (TIP). TIP introduces new DIA employees to the Intelligence Community and provides a basic foundation in the intelligence discipline and DIA structure. Col Conlon was facilitator for my group, he was an outstanding facilitator. I have not read many of the books on Col Conlon's list. DIA's Joint Military Intelligence Center had many outstanding instructors.

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Issued Supplies for Iraq Deployment

Checklist of Supplies I received prior to deploying to Iraq with the DIA.

Defense Intelligence Agency Weapons Card

Before deploying to Iraq, I was weapons certified by the DIA. I was certified on the M9 and M4, my weapons card only has M9 listed for whatever reason, I'm not sure, doesn't matter. The United States Government found me fit to carry a loaded weapon overseas in Iraq, less than 2 years later, CIA shrinks found me unfit for duty due to "psychological conditions."

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Employee Assistance Program Documents

Each Federal Agency has an Employee Assistance Program. These EAP programs should not be trusted by employees, they can and will release information they deem "of concern" to your supervisors. If you work in the Intelligence Community and get EAP counseling you could lose your security clearance. It is smarter to get your own mental health professional, pay some extra money, get competent treatment and avoid any of these so-called Government EAP programs.

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) produces a lot of propaganda touting the benefits of EAP. Again, I recommend you avoid going to the government for any of your mental health needs. I know private mental health treatment can be quite expensive but you get what you pay for. If you are a Federal employee, you've already got better health insurance than most Americans, fork over the extra dollars, don't be stupid and confide in an EAP counselor. EAP is another Federal Government make work program for unqualified mental health professionals.

My CIA abuser in Chief, Dr. Sally Ann Urbanczyk once headed the CIA's EAP, enough said.



Defense Intelligence Agency Equal Opportunity Memo

I received the DIA's EEO memo upon my Entry on Duty, October 30, 2006. These memos are standard around the Government, as in most Private Companies. EEO is broken throughout the Federal Government because the agencies regulate themselves.

Director of National Intelligence Diversity Memo

I received this Director of National Intelligence Diversity memo upon my Entry on Duty at the Defense Intelligence Agency on October 30, 2006. These letters are standard and each director issues a similar letter when they begin their terms, stressing the need for diversity. The Intelligence Community lags behind the rest of the United States Government in recruiting, retaining and promoting qualified women and minorities.

Central Intelligence Agency Medical Director Envelope

CIA requested additional health information from me during my recruitment process. This letter was sent to me from the Office of CIA's Medical Director. I believe I gave the letter that was enclosed to my primary care physician for completion, I do not have a copy.

20505 is a known CIA zip code and this letter was mailed to me by CIA, revealing I was under consideration for CIA employment before I started working. CIA is supposed to protect the future cover of CIA National Clandestine Service applicants during the recruitment process but the bureaucracy often fails to do so. My cover was also blown by CIA in October of 2009 (and continuously after by CIA staff) following my car accident and suspension from CIA employment.

DD1 refers to Dulles Discovery a CIA facility responsible for processing applicants. CIA applicants undergo Medical and Polygraph screening at the DD1 facility.


Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Human Capital Documents

DIA Human Capital Resources

Balad Air Force Base Burn Pit Memo

This memo outlines concerns about the Burn Pit at Balad Air Base in Iraq. This is an official Department of Defense memo, obtained by me during the course of my employment at the Defense Intelligence Agency.