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Zlatko Gubeljic
Thu, 10 Oct 2013 05:23 EDT
Pasoš ili Putni list
Moje ime je Zlatko Gubeljić,iz Mostara.
Imam rođaka koji živi u Španiji i želi se vratiti u BiH da izvadi dokumente ali u konzulatu u Madridu ima probleme.
Stalno mu govore da dođe za sedam dana,da sada nema nikoga sa kime bi mogao razgovarati.On stanuje na jugu Španije u mjestu Mojacar i put do Madrida traje dugo i za njega je vrlo skup.
Molim vas recite šta da radi,kome da se obrati.
khurram ali
Fri, 4 May 2012 08:27 EDT
finding job
Dear sir,
my name is khurram ali. i am about to complete my degree in M.A INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.i am finding job according to my degree kindly give me a chance to prove myself because i want to enlight the name of my country.
my contact no 03346855502
Sat, 25 Jun 2011 08:42 EDT
From: Mackley, James
To:"Letica, Mara"


Dear Mara,
Need a huge favor but it won't cost any money.
If I can convince the Veterans Administration that I'm unemployable (which I certainly am) they will send me an extra thousand a month. Basically all I need you to do is send the Regional VA office a letter (re: James P. Mackley stating that you had to let me go due to incompetence and irrational anger. Or whatever language you feel comfortable with that indicates more or less the same thing. Am doing fine other than high blood pressure(despite blood pressure meds)Note new email address
If you could address the letter to:
T. Clark
Veterans Service Center Manager
Department of Veterans Affairs Regional Office
Henry M. Jackson Federal Building
915 Second Avenue
Seattle, WA 98174-1060
Wed, 22 Jun 2011 09:35 EDT
Wed, January 31, 2007 8:54:33 AMRE: Re: zeljko
From: "Letica, Mara"
To: James Mackley


Hi - where are you? I was just thinking about you this morning. Mara

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------James Mackley
Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2007 8:43 PM
To: Letica, Mara; Gierosky, Marie
Subject: Fwd: Re: zeljko
Wed, 22 Jun 2011 09:26 EDT
RE: macklettertova
From: "Letica, Mara"
To: James Mackley

Hi Mack: Just back. Will get letter out today. You are a real schmuck for not keeping in touch with me. Miss you - Mara
Linda Charles
Mon, 6 Jun 2011 19:42 EDT
James Patrick Mackley doesn't have relationships with women, he attaches himself to them like a parasite and sucks their blood dry, then he trashes them on the internet. If he has made any accusation against anyone, you can bet it is a lie, and the accused person is simply one of his many many victims. He is a pathological liar and a VA benefit scammer. A drunkard who tells tall tales about things he never did. His entire life is a lie, and a trail of victims.
Tue, 24 May 2011 19:56 EDT
Takes all kinds!
So what if Madam Ambassador wields a whip and wears a leather corset--as long as she gets the JOB DONE! Woman power in Croatia!!
Sun, 6 Mar 2011 18:58 EST
Have you no shame?
Wow, I was under the impression that JP Mackley and Zeljana were 'a couple' for several years, and that both of them were members of the 'Goth' subculture -- leather, etc.It's probably pretty embarrassing for such high-level folks to have their dirty laundry aired via the internet. Doesn't your webmaster have any censorship duties? Take this discussion off-site!
Col Flagg
Fri, 31 Dec 2010 13:01 EST
Truth Will Out
Mackley got this job, head of FPB, Croatia, via Mara Letica, General Counsel for Letica Corporation, by way of recommendation of Lyn Nofziger, who later came to loathe Mackley as a liar and a fake. Mackley was a Postal Service beat reporter for The Federal Times, who ruthlessly used female contacts/targets to advance his career or enhance his financial situation.Mackley has been diagnosed by VA psychiatrists as 100 percent "delusional," "anti-social," and "unemployable," a diagnosis supported by Mackley's pattern of stealing or buying artifacts from the CIA (pens,etc) and other enforcement agencies to establish his bogus creds. His only source of income is 100 percent psychiatric disability from the VA. For years, he harassed Robert Peck, a genuine CIA operative, with trivial, unsolicited, 2nd-hand information Mackley believed would establish "a link: (he portrayed himself as a "NOC") between himself and the CIA." He shares a penchant for voyeurism with SOF's Bob Brown, is a committed member of the "Leather Community" of Folsom, CA. Mackley DD-214 indicates no combat posting, only a stint as a shotgun guard in Vietnam with wounds received as a result of his proximity to a truck explosion in the rear. His deceptiveness clearly compromises any achievements claimed to have been made by the FPB in Zagreb during the conflict in the early 90's.
Fri, 31 Dec 2010 13:00 EST
Truth Will Out
JP Mackley works for the CIA only in his dreams -- he's a delusional ex-army private who navigates the light fantastic with the likes of Lt. Col. Robert K Brown (pub/ed Soldier of Fortune) and gullible acolytes who swallow his tall tales absent even minimum fact-checking. Mackley's only journalist experience prior to this stint in Yugoslavia was a beat (Postal Service) reporter for a trade rag called the Federal Times and less-than a year spent as a speechwriter for the Postmaster General - he was invited to leave both positions. Poseur, raconteur, and a master at reinventing himself at a moment's notice -- "footloose" is the perfect description, not only of Mackley's history, but of his own tenuous hold on reality and the fervid 'commitment' he feigns to friends, family, and employers.

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