April 2016 Edition
eliminate us as competition,” adds Banks. “I suspect that in the eyes of prosecutors and the courts, a few African-American
entrepreneurs couldn’t possibly possess enough intelligence to develop innovative software for FBI & DHS,” muses Banks.
“Case closed. These guys are criminals,” Banks retorts.
In what former federal appellate judge H. Lee Sarokin calls a “strange case,” debts incurred from the development of
CILC. “The government’s contention that [IRP] was a scam defies reality,” Sarokin said in the Huffington Post.
Court records show that IRP were in discussions about a $12 million dollar pilot project with DHS and was a front-runner for
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