DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill Speaking at Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre

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DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill Speaking at Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre.

Tony Ortega: The Hollywood report
http://tonyortega.org/2014/07/28/sc...vers-dox-the-eric-tenorio-affidavit-and-more/
From one of our very best tipsters…
Celebrity Centre International’s 45th Anniversary gala is coming up soon (August 9th). They’re doing a lot of internal refurbishment work (which definitely didn’t need to be done), and they’re estimating 700 guests. It’s a black tie event, with Hollywood Celebrity Centre’s parking lot converted for it. Previous galas had a high number of non-Scientology attendees (up to 1/3, it’s claimed).

Two of the non-Scientology speakers’ names spotted for this year:

Robert L. Hill, DEA Special Agent (Office of Diversion Control), speaking about our Drug Free World programs

– Allison Folmar, Detroit Constitutional Attorney, speaking about psych drugging of children
Thanks for that announcement!

EDITED TO ADD:

Linked In: Robert L. Hill
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/robert-l-hill/33/b1/552
robert-l-hill.jpg


Robert L. Hill
Executive Assistant, Office of Diversion Control, United States Drug Enforcement Administration
Washington D.C. Metro Area Law Enforcement
Robert L. Hill's Overview

Current
  • Executive Assistant, Office of Diversion Control at U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
Past
  • Section Chief, Pharmaceutical Investigations Section, Office of Diversion Control atU.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
  • Staff Coordinator, Latin and Caribbean Section at U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
  • Supervisory Special Agent at U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Education

Connections
162 connections

Robert L. Hill's Summary

Award winning career with over 25 years of law enforcement experience. I currently have over 24 years of federal law enforcement experience as a United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent/Criminal Investigator, with 14 plus years of supervisory and managerial experience. Demonstrated expertise in conducting and supervising multi-jurisdictional, multi-target criminal, civil, financial and regulatory investigations with positive results. Currently, assisting with leading a DEA Headquarters team of approximately 300 personnel and controlling a budget of nearly $325 million to provide administrative and financial support and strategic direction to almost 1,000 field personnel with the common goal of enforcing the Controlled Substances Act and its implementing regulations. I assist with the oversight and control of all regulatory compliance inspections and civil and criminal investigations of a growing population of 1.54 million DEA registrants (healthcare professionals and corporations that must obtain a DEA registration in order to handle pharmaceutical controlled substances and listed chemicals). Nationally-recognized speaker on pharmaceutical diversion and investigations, abuse trends, regulatory compliance, listed chemicals and synthetic drugs.


Robert L. Hill's Experience

Executive Assistant, Office of Diversion Control

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
July 2012 – Present (2 years 1 month) Arlington, Virginia
As an Executive Assistant to the Deputy Assistant Administrator of the Office of Diversion Control, I assist with directing and managing the day to day mission of the Office of Diversion Control. This includes, but is not limited to, the approval of hiring Diversion Investigators; overseeing and coordinating major regulatory, pharmaceutical, precursor chemical, clandestine laboratory and synthetic drug investigations; the issuance of administrative actions against registrants; the drafting and promulgating of regulations; establishing drug production quotas; preparing congressional testimony and briefings; conducting speaking engagements and media interviews; and serving as liaison to the pharmaceutical industry, international governments, state governments, federal agencies and law enforcement agencies.

Section Chief, Pharmaceutical Investigations Section, Office of Diversion Control

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
January 2009 – June 2012 (3 years 6 months) Arlington, Virginia
As the Section Chief, I served as the agency’s technical expert and provided programmatic oversight of enforcement strategies and operations aimed at stopping the diversion of pharmaceutical controlled substances. My duties included, but was not limited to, managing and directing the daily functions of the section, which included approximately 30 employees and an annual operating budget of approximately $12 million; providing resources, advice, targeting and analysis information, and approvals in order for field elements to meet DEA’s operational objectives; constantly evaluating the program effectiveness to ensure that the needs of the agency were met; evaluating the evolving nature of diversion trends, patterns, routes, and techniques; adjusting enforcement strategies, targeting, training requirements, and resource allocations to meet new or re-emerging threats; recommending the issuance of administrative actions against registrants; conducting speaking engagements and media interviews; day to day oversight of the agency’s Tactical Diversion Squad (TDS) Program, Automation of Reports and Consolidated Orders System (ARCOS) Unit, Drug Theft Loss (DTL) Database and Suspicious Orders Monitoring (SOM) Program; and recommending the hiring of Diversion Investigators.


Staff Coordinator, Latin and Caribbean Section

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
October 2005 – December 2008 (3 years 3 months) Arlington, Virginia
Duties involved providing operational support and the coordination of Headquarters resources to assist the Foreign offices, located in Latin America and the Caribbean, in the development and furtherance of major drug and financial investigations; identifying illicit trafficking organizations that were involved in assisting foreign terrorist organizations; managing agency’s resources in a global environment to identify and make recommendations on specific needs and requirements, as deemed necessary, to support the agency's mission; attending and performing detailed briefings; and serving as liaison with other Federal and Foreign Law Enforcement agencies. I also served as the point of contact for all significant reporting between Headquarters and those foreign offices.


Supervisory Special Agent

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
April 2000 – October 2005 (5 years 7 months) Detroit, Michigan
Managed and oversaw the day to day activities of 12 Special Agents/Criminal Investigators and 2 Local Police Officers that were conducting criminal and financial investigations against individuals and organizations that were suspected of violating the Controlled Substance Act.


Special Agent

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
November 1998 – April 2000 (1 year 6 months) Belize City, Belize
Duties were to serve as an advisor on drug law enforcement to the U.S. Ambassador to Belize and the Belizean Government to ensure that the counter-narcotics mission and goals of the United States and the Country of Belize were met.


Special Agent

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
September 1989 – November 1998 (9 years 3 months) Detroit, Michigan
Conducted criminal and financial investigations against individuals and organizations that were suspected of violating the Controlled Substance Act. From July 1996-November 1998, I also served as the Divisional Training Coordinator and my duties were to develop, organize, oversee and train DEA employees, other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies personnel within the states of Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky on drug law investigations, administrative training, operational training, tactical training and legal training.


Police Officer

City of Dearborn, Michigan

August 1988 – September 1989 (1 year 2 months) Dearborn, Michigan



Robert L. Hill's Skills & Expertise


  • Leadership
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Word
  • Customer Service
  • PowerPoint
  • English
  • Windows
  • Research
  • Outlook
  • Teaching
  • Public Speaking
  • HTML
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Criminal Investigations
  • Federal Law Enforcement
  • Police Training
  • Intelligence
  • Internal Controls
  • International Relations
  • Government
View All (29) Skills


Robert L. Hill's Education

Wayne State University

Bachelor's Degree, Criminal Justice

1984 – 1988
Activities and Societies: The National Dean's List; Golden Key International Honour Society (formerly Golden Key National Honor Society)

EDITED AGAIN TO ADD:

Note DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill is coming out from the DEA Headquarters in Washington, D.C. to speak at the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre in Los Angeles, California.

http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/offices_n_dirs/

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Joseph T. Rannazzisi, Deputy Assistant Administrator (OD) 202 307-7165

Robert L. Hill, Executive Assistant (ODX) 202-307-7165
Imelda L. Paredes, Legislative/Diversion Policy Analyst, Executive Assistant (ODXL) 202-307-7165
John W. Partridge, Executive Assistant (OD/DX) 202-307-7165
Melissa Kellstrom, Special Assistant (ODXS) 202-307-7165
 

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guanoloco

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Re: DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill Speaking at Church of Scientology Celebrity Cent

Maybe they could have Jamie DeWolfe speak about Ron drugging his own children.
 

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@IndieScieNews on Twitter
Re: DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill Speaking at Church of Scientology Celebrity Cent

EDITED TO ADD:

Linked In: Robert L. Hill
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/robert-l-hill/33/b1/552
robert-l-hill.jpg


Robert L. Hill
Executive Assistant, Office of Diversion Control, United States Drug Enforcement Administration
Washington D.C. Metro Area Law Enforcement
Robert L. Hill's Overview

Current
  • Executive Assistant, Office of Diversion Control at U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
Past
  • Section Chief, Pharmaceutical Investigations Section, Office of Diversion Control atU.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
  • Staff Coordinator, Latin and Caribbean Section at U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
  • Supervisory Special Agent at U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Education

Connections
162 connections

Robert L. Hill's Summary

Award winning career with over 25 years of law enforcement experience. I currently have over 24 years of federal law enforcement experience as a United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent/Criminal Investigator, with 14 plus years of supervisory and managerial experience. Demonstrated expertise in conducting and supervising multi-jurisdictional, multi-target criminal, civil, financial and regulatory investigations with positive results. Currently, assisting with leading a DEA Headquarters team of approximately 300 personnel and controlling a budget of nearly $325 million to provide administrative and financial support and strategic direction to almost 1,000 field personnel with the common goal of enforcing the Controlled Substances Act and its implementing regulations. I assist with the oversight and control of all regulatory compliance inspections and civil and criminal investigations of a growing population of 1.54 million DEA registrants (healthcare professionals and corporations that must obtain a DEA registration in order to handle pharmaceutical controlled substances and listed chemicals). Nationally-recognized speaker on pharmaceutical diversion and investigations, abuse trends, regulatory compliance, listed chemicals and synthetic drugs.


Robert L. Hill's Experience

Executive Assistant, Office of Diversion Control

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
July 2012 – Present (2 years 1 month) Arlington, Virginia
As an Executive Assistant to the Deputy Assistant Administrator of the Office of Diversion Control, I assist with directing and managing the day to day mission of the Office of Diversion Control. This includes, but is not limited to, the approval of hiring Diversion Investigators; overseeing and coordinating major regulatory, pharmaceutical, precursor chemical, clandestine laboratory and synthetic drug investigations; the issuance of administrative actions against registrants; the drafting and promulgating of regulations; establishing drug production quotas; preparing congressional testimony and briefings; conducting speaking engagements and media interviews; and serving as liaison to the pharmaceutical industry, international governments, state governments, federal agencies and law enforcement agencies.

Section Chief, Pharmaceutical Investigations Section, Office of Diversion Control

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
January 2009 – June 2012 (3 years 6 months) Arlington, Virginia
As the Section Chief, I served as the agency’s technical expert and provided programmatic oversight of enforcement strategies and operations aimed at stopping the diversion of pharmaceutical controlled substances. My duties included, but was not limited to, managing and directing the daily functions of the section, which included approximately 30 employees and an annual operating budget of approximately $12 million; providing resources, advice, targeting and analysis information, and approvals in order for field elements to meet DEA’s operational objectives; constantly evaluating the program effectiveness to ensure that the needs of the agency were met; evaluating the evolving nature of diversion trends, patterns, routes, and techniques; adjusting enforcement strategies, targeting, training requirements, and resource allocations to meet new or re-emerging threats; recommending the issuance of administrative actions against registrants; conducting speaking engagements and media interviews; day to day oversight of the agency’s Tactical Diversion Squad (TDS) Program, Automation of Reports and Consolidated Orders System (ARCOS) Unit, Drug Theft Loss (DTL) Database and Suspicious Orders Monitoring (SOM) Program; and recommending the hiring of Diversion Investigators.


Staff Coordinator, Latin and Caribbean Section

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
October 2005 – December 2008 (3 years 3 months) Arlington, Virginia
Duties involved providing operational support and the coordination of Headquarters resources to assist the Foreign offices, located in Latin America and the Caribbean, in the development and furtherance of major drug and financial investigations; identifying illicit trafficking organizations that were involved in assisting foreign terrorist organizations; managing agency’s resources in a global environment to identify and make recommendations on specific needs and requirements, as deemed necessary, to support the agency's mission; attending and performing detailed briefings; and serving as liaison with other Federal and Foreign Law Enforcement agencies. I also served as the point of contact for all significant reporting between Headquarters and those foreign offices.


Supervisory Special Agent

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
April 2000 – October 2005 (5 years 7 months) Detroit, Michigan
Managed and oversaw the day to day activities of 12 Special Agents/Criminal Investigators and 2 Local Police Officers that were conducting criminal and financial investigations against individuals and organizations that were suspected of violating the Controlled Substance Act.


Special Agent

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
November 1998 – April 2000 (1 year 6 months) Belize City, Belize
Duties were to serve as an advisor on drug law enforcement to the U.S. Ambassador to Belize and the Belizean Government to ensure that the counter-narcotics mission and goals of the United States and the Country of Belize were met.


Special Agent

U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Law Enforcement industry
September 1989 – November 1998 (9 years 3 months) Detroit, Michigan
Conducted criminal and financial investigations against individuals and organizations that were suspected of violating the Controlled Substance Act. From July 1996-November 1998, I also served as the Divisional Training Coordinator and my duties were to develop, organize, oversee and train DEA employees, other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies personnel within the states of Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky on drug law investigations, administrative training, operational training, tactical training and legal training.


Police Officer

City of Dearborn, Michigan

August 1988 – September 1989 (1 year 2 months) Dearborn, Michigan



Robert L. Hill's Skills & Expertise


  • Leadership
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Word
  • Customer Service
  • PowerPoint
  • English
  • Windows
  • Research
  • Outlook
  • Teaching
  • Public Speaking
  • HTML
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Criminal Investigations
  • Federal Law Enforcement
  • Police Training
  • Intelligence
  • Internal Controls
  • International Relations
  • Government
View All (29) Skills


Robert L. Hill's Education

Wayne State University

Bachelor's Degree, Criminal Justice

1984 – 1988
Activities and Societies: The National Dean's List; Golden Key International Honour Society (formerly Golden Key National Honor Society)

 

CommunicatorIC

@IndieScieNews on Twitter
Re: DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill Speaking at Church of Scientology Celebrity Cent

EDITED AGAIN TO ADD:

Note DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill is coming out from the DEA Headquarters in Washington, D.C. to speak at the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre in Los Angeles, California.

http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/offices_n_dirs/

attachment.php


Joseph T. Rannazzisi, Deputy Assistant Administrator (OD) 202 307-7165

Robert L. Hill, Executive Assistant (ODX) 202-307-7165
Imelda L. Paredes, Legislative/Diversion Policy Analyst, Executive Assistant (ODXL) 202-307-7165
John W. Partridge, Executive Assistant (OD/DX) 202-307-7165
Melissa Kellstrom, Special Assistant (ODXS) 202-307-7165
 

CommunicatorIC

@IndieScieNews on Twitter
Re: DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill Speaking at Church of Scientology Celebrity Cent

The Church of Scientology has been building a relationship with the DEA for at least a year through its front groups Foundation for a Drug Free World and Narconon.

Code:
http://www.blackpressusa.com/2013/07/dea-special-agent-educates-on-alarming-and-deadly-trend-in-teen-drug-use-at-truth-about-synthetics-forum/

DEA Special Agent Educates on Alarming – and Deadly – Trend in Teen Drug Use at “Truth About Synthetics” Forum

July 12, 2013

CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY

NATIONAL AFFAIRS OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D.C.

DEA Special Agent Educates on Alarming – and Deadly – Trend in Teen Drug Use at “Truth About Synthetics” Forum at Washington, DC,

Church of Scientology National Affairs Office

On the UN Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking the Foundation for a Drug Free World (
Code:
http://www.drugfreeworld.org
) held an educational forum entitled “The Truth About Synthetics” which was devoted to raising awareness of the dangers of synthetic substances, many of which are now being marketed to African American youth. Diplomats, federal agency employees, non-profits, and regional activists gathered at the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office (
Code:
http://www.scientology.org
) to learn more about the second most widely abused drug on the planet today, synthetic marijuana, and other designer synthetic drugs.

DEA Special Agent Robert Bell of the Synthetic Drugs and Chemicals Section focused on the new and alarming wave of synthetic drugs as well as their reckless—and often fatal—use by teens. Thousands of lives have been lost to these legal substances, all the more insidious as they are marketed internationally under the guise of potpourri, bath salts and incense.

In fact, Special Agent Bell announced, the DEA had conducted its largest-ever synthetic drug takedown seizing over 3,300 pounds of synthetics drugs that day.

“Never have so many new drugs been introduced to our country before. Over the last three years it’s been an onslaught—a flood. With no regard for safety of children and adults there are huge profits being made,” said Mr. Bell of these deadly drugs.

African-American youth advocate, community organizer and synthetics expert Ms. Courtney Bennett spoke at the forum on her work in Washington’s Ward 5 and 6. Ms. Bennett commented, “I applaud Foundation for a Drug-Free World for having a forum that connected so many substance abuse prevention experts with community members, leaders and organizers to help ensure the community better understands the detrimental impact these synthetic drugs are having on our youth.”

Other speakers included Clark Carr, President of Narconon International (
Code:
http://www.narconon.org
) , who presented an on-the-ground perspective of the impact of synthetics on drug rehabilitation services and Corwin Knight, Founder of the Hope Foundation Reentry Network (https://www.facebook.com/hopereentrynetwork) who read moving personal letters from incarcerated African American youth telling their stories of the dangers of synthetic drugs.

One of Mr. Knight’s youth penned a poem entitled “Wasted Time,” in which he wrote: “I just live for the day when I’ll get a new start and the dreams I still hold deep in my heart. I hope I can make it, I at least have to try because I’m heading towards death, and I don’t want to die.”

A detailed explanation of the biological consequences of synthetic marijuana consumption, as well as stories of several patients’ deaths from taking synthetic drugs were provided by Doctor Diane Sauter of Emergency Medicine at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, a medical toxicologist for decades who has treated many youth on synthetics.

Jesse Morrow, Social Reform Director at the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office, closed the event with a briefing on the free drug-education materials available from the Foundation for a Drug-Free World (
Code:
http://www.drugfreeworld.org
) , which is the largest non-governmental drug education program on the planet.

Every year, nations around the world observe International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking on June 26th to demonstrate support for substance abuse prevention. Also known as World Drug Day, June 26th was settled on by the United Nations General Assembly in 1987, and serves as an annual reminder of the importance of combatting societal problems that stem from drug use and abuse.

CONTACT:

Bari Berger
Public Affairs Director
Church of Scientology National Affairs Office
202 667 6404
Code:
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Re: DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill Speaking at Church of Scientology Celebrity Cent

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Have the Nationology been invited to the event?
If they have, will the sisters be attired in religious garments?
Will there be a praying room for them?
Or will they have something else to do on that day?
 

Intentionally Blank

Scientology Widow
Re: DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill Speaking at Church of Scientology Celebrity Cent

Is there a letter and phone call campaign to elevate Mr Hill's understanding of the reality of scientology?

  • Robert L. Hill, Executive Assistant (ODX) 202-307-7165
 

Leland

Crusader
Re: Scientology Celebrity Centre 45th Anniversary Event - It's Tonight

Bumpity-bump.... The event is tonight. :pfft:

Last year, celebrity press photos were sent (presumably) from Co$ to celebrity-centric blog sites.
Ex. "GossipCop" - link here: http://www.gossipcop.com/john-travo...brities-scientologists-stars-pics-pictures/#0

Wonder which celebs will attend tonight? And whether Co$ will again furnish photos to the blogs/media?

JB


Maybe we should all use our powers to make the Champagne corks pop out.....by themselves. :omg:
 

Churchill

Gold Meritorious Patron
Re: DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill Speaking at Church of Scientology Celebrity Cent

Maybe they could have Jamie DeWolfe speak about Ron drugging his own children.


or at the very least he should be made aware of Jeremy and Elli Perkins.
 

Lermanet_com

Gold Meritorious Patron
Re: DEA Special Agent Robert L. Hill Speaking at Church of Scientology Celebrity Cent

The DEA leadership is about as corrupt as they come...see comment on this page LINK

"Bashir Noorzai is one of the brothers heading the largest tribe in Afganistan. One of his other brothers may be a CIA stooge..

Bashir Noorzai was tricked into coming to the United States, he was told he would receive an award from then president Bush. He was wined and dined at an expensive hotel for two weeks and then at the direction of the head of the DEA, handcuffs were snapped on him.

He was the man responsible for bringing to the allied forces in Afganistan trucks filled with their most feared weapon - Stinger Missiles...

The operation to get him to come to the us was assisted by a shadowy entity known as Rosetta. There are pictures and signed receipts for hookers and cash paid to a Pakistani diplomat, and a Land Rover as a gift... yes there were even signed receipts for "blowjobs"...yes, you read that right, blowjobs...and yes, the pakistani diplomat would count as "bribery of a Foreign government Official... a felony..FCPA The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

When the Judge started asking too many questions the feds changed their prosecutors 3 times, each time switching to a younger and less saavy prosecutor who would not have to lie to evade the judicial questioning in chambers.

When Noorzai was arrested he was placed in a cell without windows so he could not face East to pray towards Mecca.

This is now the BIG WIN for the head of US DEA...and may have been the factor (the timing was the same) that created the "Surge" against allied troops by infuriating the largest clan in Afganistan.

A clan of green eyed mountain men...who grow the only crop that will grow in that arid wasteland...

All by violation of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

A NY Post article 10 months ago or so was written by a guy who was under indictment by the Feds for something else. So he may have slanted his article as directed.

The real criminals govern us.

Patrick Henry
May 24, 2009 at 5:24 AM "
 
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