Everett Stern is a 2016 United States Senate Candidate, Intelligence Director, and the HSBC Whistleblower. He has received extensive international media coverage including a feature in Rolling Stone Magazine. He uncovered, analyzed, and reported terrorist financing / national security threats to the CIA and then the FBI. He uncovered billions of dollars of illegal money laundering transactions which led to an SEC investigation and a $1.92 billion fine against HSBC in 2012. Specifically, he uncovered a multinational money-laundering network that generated millions for Hezbollah through the Lebanese brothers Ali, Husayn, and Kassim Tajideen through their Gambia-based company, Tajco Ltd.
Stern left HSBC in October 2011 and assisted the United States Government while working at a P.F. Chang's restaurant as a server before founding the intelligence firm Tactical Rabbit in the following year.
"I went from working at a Chinese Bank to a Chinese Restaurant. The action I took to protect the United States resulted in losing almost every dime I had and all of my material possessions, but I did not let that stop me from finishing my mission: Exposing the threat to our country and to our citizens," said Everett Stern.
Stern comments, "I was consumed and beyond frustrated that I knew treason was being committed against the United States, but nobody would listen. This was the driving force in my response to form Tactical Rabbit with the main function of helping fight the war on terror."
Stern further states, "I admit that the odds are against me, but I believe so strongly in what I am fighting for that I am willing to risk it all. The same way I fought terrorism on a global level: I will fight for the American People with the same passion and relentless determination."
Visit the 2016 Stern Campaign Website: http://everettstern.com
Visit the Tactical Rabbit Website: http://tacticalrabbit.com/
Everett A. Stern, M.B.A.
2016 United States Senate Candidate
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