More Hot Water For Phil Falcone? Company Once Linked To Kennedy Assassination Reveals Informal Investigation Of Harbinger Trades

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As if the recent scandals surrounding Harbinger's redemptions, his money withdrawals from a locked up fund, and his pledging of artwork to procure a loan for a mysterious capital need were not enough, next we read courtesy of Matt Goldstein that Phil Falcone is also facing an informal probe in the fund's "investments and trading in
securities of particular issuers." What is very curious is that Harbinger Group was once the very infamous Zapata Corp, which has been implicated in everything from the Kennedy assassination, to the Bay of Pigs, to Watergate, to Iran Contra! While we will ignore any possible link between Falcone and the Bushes (not to mention the CIA), we will point out that Phil Falcone is chairman and CEO of the current iteration of Zapata, and that Harbinger Inc and Harbinger Capital Partners are intimately tied. And this is where the real problems arise.

In the most recent 10-Q we read:

The Harbinger Parties and their affiliates routinely cooperate with governmental and regulatory examinations, information-gathering requests (including informal requests, subpoenas, and orders seeking documents, testimony, and other information), and investigations and proceedings (both formal and informal). The Harbinger Parties and their affiliates are currently cooperating with informal investigations with respect to particular investments and trading in securities of particular issuers.

The silver lining: at least for now there does not appear to be any imminent litigation:

The Harbinger Parties and their affiliates or investment funds are not
currently parties to any litigation or formal enforcement proceeding
brought by any governmental or regulatory authority.

Nonetheless, this is yet another piece of news that an already ailing Harbinger certainly does not need made public to his ever more skittish LPs, whose recent redemptions have caused the AUM for the once might hedge fund to plunge from $26 billion to $7 billion currently.

As for Harbinger Group., Inc which appears to be a shell for an investment company with $141 million of cash and short-term investments on the books, and no operations, is currently being assimilated by Falcone in an elaborate scheme for his Spectrum Brands shares, which would bring his total holding in Zapata from 51.6% to 94%.

Some more details on the transaction:

The Harbinger Parties currently own 9,950,061 shares of the Company’s common stock, or approximately 51.6% of the outstanding common stock of the Company, and 34,256,905 shares of SB Holdings common stock. The consummation of the Spectrum Brands Acquisition will result in the following: (i) the Harbinger Parties will together own approximately 93.3% of the Company’s outstanding common stock; (ii) SB Holdings will become the Company’s majority-owned subsidiary and its results will be consolidated with the Company’s results in its financial statements; (iii) the Company will own approximately 54.4% of the outstanding SB Holdings common stock, or 54.1% of the fully diluted shares; (iv) Harbinger Master Fund will own approximately 12.7% of the outstanding and fully diluted shares of SB Holdings common stock; and (v) the remaining 32.9% of the outstanding SB Holdings common stock, or approximately 32.7% of the fully diluted shares, will continue to be owned by stockholders of SB Holdings who are not affiliated with the Harbinger Parties. SB Holdings common stock will continue to be traded on the NYSE under the symbol “SPB” following the consummation of the Spectrum Brands Acquisition.

Also, in the 10-Q we read some very interesting recent developments at Harbinger Group:

On October 8, 2010, the Company filed a Current Report on Form 8-K disclosing that it received an offer from the Harbinger Master Fund (i) to assign to the Company the Harbinger Master Fund’s rights to acquire Old Mutual U.S. Life Holdings, Inc. and (ii) to transfer to the Company the Harbinger Master Fund’s interest in Front Street Re, Ltd. (together, the “Insurance Transaction”). After further discussing financing alternatives and the Insurance Transaction as currently proposed, the Company and the Master Fund determined not to proceed with the Insurance Transaction by the Company. The parties may reconsider the Insurance Transaction by the Company on different terms in the future, but there is no proposal at this time and there can be no assurance that there will be an alternate proposal in the future.

On November 5, 2010, the Company priced $350 million aggregate principal amount of its 10.625% senior secured notes due 2015 (the “Notes”). The Notes will be sold in a private placement pursuant to Rule 144A and Regulation S under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, subject to market and other conditions. The Notes will be issued at a price equal to 98.587% of the principal amount thereof. The Company expects the offering to close on November 15, 2010, subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions. The Company intends to use the net proceeds from the offering for general corporate purposes, which may include acquisitions and other investments. The net proceeds of the offering will be held in a segregated escrow account until consummation of the Spectrum Brands Acquisition. If the escrow conditions are not fulfilled by March 31, 2011, the Company will redeem the Notes at the issue price of the Notes, plus accrued yield and accrued and unpaid interest.

While the second transaction seems to be somewhat benign, the first one is odd, as one would be curious to find out whether any of the recent developments w/r/t Harbinger's LP issues may have foiled the Old Mutual rights transfer. 

Probably most curiously, here are some very interesting sections on predecessor company Zapata Corp, from Wikipedia.

Two Federal Bureau of Investigation
(FBI) memoranda have been offered to show connections between the CIA
and George H. W. Bush during his time at Zapata. The first memo names
Zapata Off-Shore and was written by FBI Special Agent Graham Kitchel on
22 November 1963, regarding the John F. Kennedy assassination
at 12:30 p.m. CST that day. It begins: "At 1:45 p.m. Mr. GEORGE H. W.
BUSH, President of the Zapata Off-Shore Drilling Company, Houston,
Texas, residence 5525 Briar, Houston, telephonically furnished the
following information to writer. .. BUSH stated that he wanted to be
kept confidential. .. was proceeding to Dallas, Texas, would remain in
the Sheraton-Dallas Hotel."

A second FBI memorandum, written by J. Edgar Hoover,
identifies "George Bush" with the CIA. It is dated 29 November 1963 and
refers to a briefing given Bush on 23 November. The FBI Director
describes a briefing about JFK's murder "orally furnished to Mr. George
Bush of the Central Intelligence Agency. .. [by] this Bureau" on
"December 20, 1963.

When this second memorandum surfaced during the 1988 presidential
campaign, Bush spokespersons (including Stephen Hart) said Hoover's memo
referred to another George Bush who worked for the CIA.[6]
CIA spokeswoman Sharron Basso suggested it was referring to a George
William Bush. However, others described this G. William Bush as a "lowly
researcher" and "coast and beach analyst" who worked only with
documents and photos at the CIA in Virginia from September 1963 to
February 1964, with a low rank of GS-5.[7][8][9] Moreover, this G. William Bush swore an affidavit in federal court denying that Hoover's memo referred to him:

"I have carefully reviewed the FBI memorandum to the Director, Bureau
of Intelligence and Research, Department of State dated November 29,
1963 which mentions a Mr. George Bush of the Central Intelligence
Agency. ... I do not recognize the contents of the memorandum as
information furnished to me orally or otherwise during the time I was at
the CIA. In fact, during my time at the CIA, I did not receive any oral
communications from any government agency of any nature whatsoever. I
did not receive any information relating to the Kennedy assassination
during my time at the CIA from the FBI. Based on the above, it is my
conclusion that I am not the Mr. George Bush of the Central Intelligence
Agency referred to in the memorandum." (United States District Court
for the District of Columbia, Civil Action 88-2600 GHR, Archives and
Research Center v. Central Intelligence Agency,
Affidavit of George William Bush, September 21, 1988.)

Allegations of the involvement of a former CIA officer in the foundation of Zapata

On January 8, 2007, newly released internal CIA documents revealed
that Zapata had in fact emerged from Bush's collaboration with a covert
CIA officer in the 1950s. According to a CIA internal memo dated
November 29, 1975, Zapata Petroleum began in 1953 through Bush's joint
efforts with Thomas J. Devine,
a CIA staffer who had resigned his agency position that same year to go
into private business, but who continued to work for the CIA under
commercial cover. Devine would later accompany Bush to Vietnam
in late 1967 as a "cleared and witting commercial asset" of the agency,
acted as his informal foreign affairs advisor, and had a close
relationship with him through 1975.[12]

Bay of Pigs

The CIA codename for the Bay of Pigs invasion of April 1961 was "Operation Zapata".[13] Through his work with Zapata Off-Shore, Bush is alleged to have come into contact with Felix Rodriguez, Barry Seal, Porter Goss, and E. Howard Hunt, around the time of the Bay of Pigs operation.[14]

CIA liaison officer Col. L. (Leroy) Fletcher Prouty alleges[15] that Zapata Off-Shore provided or was used as cover for two of the ships used in the Bay of Pigs invasion: the Barbara J and Houston. Prouty claims he delivered two ships to an inactive Naval Base near Elizabeth City, North Carolina, for a CIA contact and he suspected very strongly that George Bush must have been involved:

They asked me to see if we could find – purchase – a couple of
transport ships. We got some people that were in that business, and they
went along the coast and they found two old ships that we purchased and
sent down to Elizabeth City and began to load with an awful lot of
trucks that the Army was sending down there. We deck-loaded the trucks,
and got all of their supplies on board. Everything that they needed was
on two ships. It was rather interesting to note, looking back these
days, that one of the ships was called the Houston, and the other ship
was called the Barbara J. Colonel Hawkins had renamed the program as we
selected a name for the Bay of Pigs operation. The code name was
"Zapata." I was thinking a few months ago of what a coincidence that is.
When Mr. Bush graduated from Yale, back there in the days when I was a
professor at Yale, he formed an oil company, called "Zapata", with a
man, Lieddke, who later on became president of Pennzoil. But the company
that Lieddke and Mr. Bush formed
was the Zapata Oil Company. Mr.
Bush's wife's name is Barbara J. And Mr. Bush claims as his hometown
Houston, Texas. Now the triple coincidence there is strange; but I think
it's interesting. I know nothing about its meaning. But these invasion
ships were the Barbara J and the Houston, and the program was "Zapata."
George Bush must have been somewhere around.[16]

John Loftus writes: "Prouty's credibility, however has been widely attacked because of his consultancy to Oliver Stone's film JFK." but notes on page 598 that: "While his credibility has suffered greatly because of his consultancy to Oliver Stone's film JFK, his recollections about the CIA supply mission have been confirmed by other sources."[17]

Nevertheless, researcher James K. Olmstead claims to have discovered a
CIA memorandum which states that the boats were leased, not purchased,
by the Garcia Line Corporation with offices in Havana
and New York City. The owners were Alfredo Garcia and his five sons.
The CIA was using the Rio Escondido for "exfiltrating anti-Castro
leaders......prior to 1961 BOP planning." It had brought out Nino Diaz,
and Manolo Ray. Its captain Gus Tirado was well known to the CIA.
Eduardo Garcia met with two CIA agents in NYC and D.C. to arrange the
use of the Garcia ships for the invasion. The alleged price was $600.00
per day per ship plus fuel, food and personnel.

Eduardo selected and hired 30 men who were "executioners for Batista"
Miro Cardona of the Frente and the CIA did not like the choice of men
hired to protect the Garcia ships. "Nobody questioned that Eduardo was
coming along with the expedition. "I'm going to be in charge of my
ships", he said.

Memorandum From the Chief of WH/4/PM, Central Intelligence Agency
(Hawkins) to the Chief of WH/4 of the Directorate for Plans (Esterline)
The Barbara J (LCI), now enroute to the United States from Puerto Rico,
requires repairs which may take up to two weeks for completion. The
sister ship, the Blagar, is outfitting in Miami, and its crew is being
assembled. It is expected that both vessels will be fully operational by
mid-January at the latest. In view of the difficulty and delay
encountered in purchasing, outfitting and readying for sea the two
LCI's, the decision has been reached to purchase no more major vessels,
but to charter them instead. The motor ship, Rio Escondido (converted
LCT) will be chartered this week and one additional steam ship, somewhat
larger, will be chartered early in February. Both ships belong to a Panamanian
Corporation controlled by the Garcia family of Cuba, who are actively
cooperating with this Project. These two ships will provide sufficient
lift for troops and supplies in the invasion operation.

The Bay of Pigs operation was directed out of the "Miami Station"
(also known as "JM/WAVE"), which was the CIA's largest station
worldwide. It housed 200 agents who handled approximately 2,000 Cubans.
Robert Reynolds was the CIA's Miami station chief from September 1960 to
October 1961. He was replaced by career-CIA officer Theodore Shackley, who oversaw Operation Mongoose, Operation 40 (including Porter Goss, Felix Rodriguez, Barry Seal),
and others. When Bush became CIA Director in 1976 he appointed Ted
Shackley as Deputy Director of Covert Operations. When Bush became Vice
President in 1981, he appointed Donald Gregg as his National Security Advisor.

Kevin Phillips[18]
discusses George Bush's "highly likely" peripheral role in the Bay of
Pigs events. He points to the leadership role of Bush's fellow Skull and Bones
alumni in organizing the operation. He notes an additional personal
factor for Bush: the Walker side of the family (who initially funded
Zapata Corporation) had apparently lost a small fortune when Fidel
Castro nationalized their West Indies Sugar Co. Edwin Pauley was "known for CIA connections", according to Phillips, it was Pauley who put Pemargo's Diaz and Bush together.


Phillips and others have detailed subsequent involvement by Zapata associates in the Watergate affair. George Bush, as Richard Nixon's ambassador to the United Nations, allegedly urged his former Zapata partner Bill Liedtke to launder $100,000 to the White House plumbers. After Nixon's 1972 re-election, he appointed Bush as Chairman of the Republican Party National Committee. When the laundering was exposed, those involved included several CIA officials: E. Howard Hunt, Frank Sturgis, Eugenio Martínez, Virgilio González, and Bernard Barker. A discussion of the laundering appears on the Nixon tapes for June 23, 1973.[19]

Iran-Contra affair

Michael Maholy alleges[20] that Zapata Off-Shore was used as part of a CIA drug-smuggling ring to pay for arming Nicaraguan Contras in 1986-1988, including Rodriguez, Eugene Hasenfus
and others. Mahony claims Zapata's oil rigs were used as staging bases
for drug shipments, allegedly named "Operation Whale Watch." Mahony
allegedly worked for Naval Intelligence, US State Department and CIA for
two decades.

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doomandbloom's picture

dammit.....the more i try to get out of conspiracy theories....the more they try to pull me back in!

ATG's picture

Get old Moody's and look up Zapata subsidiary corporations in all the hot spots

Or look at the ROIs on the Federal Banks

the mad hatter's picture


needs more cliff notes for the lazy tinfoil hat bearers

DarkMath's picture

Cliff notes, my goodness. There's enough about Zapata and the Bush's to bring down the our government alone. But nobody cares. Not even a tin foil hat wearer who gets the Gold Conspiracy.

I'm sorry to say but view this as a microcosm of how America doesn't understand who killed Kennedy. It's too complicated. All the evidence is there but because there are no Cliff Notes America will never know what happened.

Someday after the crash when they're picking through the rubble of our government the truth will come out. When people are hoarding 2 years of food in their basement and buying 12 Gauge shotguns only then will America finally get it.

Our looming national collapse has it's roots in Zapata,George Bush Senior and the power the Federal Reserve Bank usurped from us when Kennedy's Silver Certificates were taken out back and shot in the head.


There even that sounds too complicated. God help us.

Oh regional Indian's picture

Seriously DarkMath. I consider myself well versed in weird stories, but as I was reading down this document, my hair were standing on end.

How much more information do the "people" need to just shake themselves up and off their couches and do something.

The Bush family fingerprints are everywhere. Even Bubba Clinton was a Bush creation. In retrospect, the Bubba-GHWB fight was pure farce. They needed a controlled puppet before bringing on Little Big Ears for the coup de grace!

Totally f@#@n nuts.


Logans_Run's picture

esperar la otra zapata para dejar caer

Sam Malone's picture

When did the status quo finally decide to make Falcone the hedge fund industry's  fall guy? We should've seen this coming...only one not born with a silver spoon in his mouth. A relative outsider with an incredibly extraverted/smoking hot wife. I bet it was after she did the BusinessWeek spread.

notadouche's picture

Did Oliver Stone write this?

palmereldritch's picture

His book Secret Team is excellent:

Anyone finding a first edition of this book, pick it's worth a fortune because the day after its release somebody bought up all available copies.

trav7777's picture

Falcone was the one on that fuckin grassy knoll!!!!!!111

I knew it!!!!!!!!!1

New_Meat's picture

nah, even then too jittery to make the shot.

slaughterer's picture

Phil is like the David Lee Roth of the hedge fund world.  There are so many more corrupt scumbags.  Why him?

bob_dabolina's picture

Sounds like Phil pissed in someones cereal.

All this happening at once? It appears someone wants him gone.

bigdumbnugly's picture

it's all adding up.  wasn't it falcone who shot JR?

tmosley's picture

My brain hurts.

Can someone just kill a fucking Prussian prince or something so we can get this shit started?

Tucson Tom's picture

best laugh I`ve had all day.Maybe he could take up canoeing like Bill Colby did and he hated canoes!

Yophat's picture

LOL....sooner or later the chickens come home to roost!  Poor Chip Tatum's swim with the sharks...

buzzsaw99's picture

You don't cross the squid, it's as simple as that.

barkingbill's picture

h.w. bush....grand master of wickedness in america? also just received medal of freedom from obama? is obama also a cia devil as well?  

goldmiddelfinger's picture

Better to hunt with a Cheney than go for a car ride with a Kennedy

Yophat's picture

lol....just like his white momma and grandpappy!

Common_Cents22's picture

Falcone isn't politically connected quite enough.  He hasn't managed his image like Jolly Ol Grandpa Buffett.

goldmiddelfinger's picture

ZAP was a great oil stock in the 70's then went into commercial fishing and fish processing and was the 2nd wacko (after K-Tel) to adopt internet marketing hype for stock price aggrandizement in the mid 90s.

Problem Is's picture

Those of us who have read geopol's "George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography" know these Bush facts are well documented...

anonnn's picture

IMO, L.Fletcher Prouty's Secret Team publ abt 1976 is worth your valuable attention.

He was attacked in the press precicely bc he was effective.

His taped audio-interviews [abt 12?] are an awesome demonstration of off-the-cuff speaking. His personal background, who he was and what he personally did,  provides remarkable credibility.

Indeed, his contributions merit suppression by the TPTB.

Problem Is's picture

Just like Zero Hedge is attacked in the press...

Mr Lennon Hendrix's picture

The Bay of Pigs was a wash I was not surprised to find a Bush there.

americanspirit's picture

Smoking hot wife? Only if you like lots of silicone and zero brains. This broad can barely speak through her paralyzed lips. I can't imagine that she can generate any suction with those babies. If that's your idea of hot, you are a pitiful wanker. Phil is just another clone of Angelo Mozillo. Guys with white collars on their blue dress shirts must really turn you on.  Cramer would live you. This isn't about your pitiful sexual fantasies - its about the way this country has been sold down the drain by a bunch of guys who smell like stale aftershave and whose ethics are on the level of bush hogs.

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Burgerbuilder's picture

Zapata/Omega/Harbinger also contributed to the decline of the menhaden, once the most populous fish in the Atlantic Ocean.

The most important fish in the sea: menhaden and America

tip e. canoe's picture

well, it was Zapata/Omega for sure, but not Harbinger, rather Malcolm Glazer.

wonder where the Big Red One fits into all this?

Burgerbuilder's picture

I don't follow soccer, but maybe as another CIA/bankster front and shell company?

Rick64's picture

E. Howard Hunt worked for Averell Harriman (son of Edward Harriman the banker and railroad baron) in Europe. Hunt also recieved a fellowship from Guggenhiem Foundation then went into the OSS. Foundations are known for grooming individuals for puppet roles ( Hunt was an accomplished author but it has been reported that he beat out Capote for the fellowship ). George Herbert Walker and Prescott Bush (Walkers son in law and father of George Bush Sr.) worked for Edward Harriman at an executive level. So we have connections to all four men. George Walker owned West Indies Sugar Co. in Cuba before Castro took power. Then Castro nationalized the company thus sending its worth from 53 million to almost nothing( in 1959 that was a lot of money). Now you have George Bush Sr. president of Zapata working for or with the CIA to overthrow Castro and Hunt working on the same objective. Kennedy wasn't cooperating and after the Missle scare involving Russia, he had agreed to not attack Cuba in the future if the missiles were removed.

 Hunt was also involved in the coup removing Arbenz (newly elected Guatemalan president) because he threatened U.S. business interests. Mainly United Fruit Co. ( also owned sugar interests in Cuba which were nationalized) which owned a huge amount of Guatemalan realestate. Arbenz confiscated 400,000 acres to be made available to citizens and increased workers wages by two fold. John Foster Dulles (Secretary of State) and Allen Dulles (Head of the CIA) were major shareholders. John had previously worked for Sullivan and Cromwell the law firm that represented United Fruit, and Allen was on the board of United Fruit.  There were many ties to United Fruit and the Whitehouse Administration too.

 The U.S. government is and has been working in the interests of Corporations using our tax dollars. Ousting democratically elected leaders and replacing them with puppets in the interest of big business. It doesn't matter if they are evil leaders or not just as long as they work in the interests of our government and corporations.

 BTW Eli Black bought United Fruit in a heated takeover battle with Zapata. They reportedly had less capital then he thought and the SEC was going to bring up bribery charges against UF ( 2.5 M bribe to Hondurian President Lopez) so he broke his 44th floor office window and jumped to his death. Suspicious?

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