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Mr. Jack O'Rourke

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Executive Vice President

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Quest Consultants Int'l Ltd
1450 American Lane Suite 1400
Schaumburg, Illinois 60173
United States

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Quest Consultants - Professionals
www.questinvestigations.net, 1 Sept 2014 [cached]
John J. (Jack) O'Rourke, Executive Vice President of Investigations
During his 27-year career with the FBI, Jack O'Rourke became one of the FBI's top experts on organized crime. He is also recognized for his outstanding accomplishments in major theft/interstate burglary and robbery investigations. He has provided training seminars to both local and federal law enforcement officials as well as to local and federal prosecutors in these investigative fields. Jack was also one of the FBI's most active hostage/crisis negotiators participating and successfully resolving major hostage situations and was one of the Bureau's top instructors, and a recognized expert on the resolution of hostage/crisis situations. During his career with the FBI, he received numerous commendations for his investigative excellence and intelligence gathering techniques.
After retiring from the FBI, Jack served as an Inspector/Special Assistant to the Cook County Sheriff on organized crime/major theft matters and was assigned to work full-time as a member of the FBI's elite Major Theft Task Force.
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John J. O'Rourke
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www.haciendahotsprings.com, 28 Dec 2007 [cached]
Shallow told authorities the Chicago syndicate wanted Cain dead for making derogatory remarks about a top mob associate, said John J. O'Rourke, former FBI agent in Chicago.
John J. O'Rourke (O'Rourke) ...
www.carpenters-union.org, 20 Sept 2008 [cached]
John J. O'Rourke (O'Rourke) has been an inspector with the LIUNA Inspector General's (IG) Office since May 1996.Tr. 34-35.Prior to that time, O'Rourke served as a special agent for the Office of Naval Intelligence for six years and a special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for twenty-six years.Tr. 35.O'Rourke retired from the FBI in 1995 and spent over a year as an Inspector for the Cook County Sheriff's Office assigned full-time to the FBI task force in Chicago.Id. Of the thirty-two years O'Rourke spent in law enforcement, twenty-three years specifically involved investigating organized crime in the Chicago area.Tr. 35-36.O'Rourke worked in the FBI Chicago field office investigating Chicago organized crime from approximately 1974 until May 1996.Tr. 35.During that time, O'Rourke participated in several hundred organized crime related investigations in Chicago and played a role in seventy-five to one hundred organized crime convictions.Tr. 36.O'Rourke has also served as a field police instructor for the FBI, in which position he conducted seminars and classes in organized crime and hostage negotiations for local and federal law enforcement agencies.Tr. 37.
O'Rourke personally participated in investigations of the organized crime 26th Street Crew from 1979 until 1984, then continued assisting with intelligence information until his retirement in 1995.Tr. 98-99.As one specific example, O'Rourke was the case agent on an investigation of extortion and credit transactions or loansharking, the subjects of which were Joseph "Shorty" LaMantia, Frank Caruso, Aldo Pisceitelli, and Fred "Bruno" Barbara.
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As part of the investigation, O'Rourke had the opportunity to observe the interaction of those
individuals.Tr. 151-52.As part of these investigations and intelligence gathering, O'Rourke personally spoke with associates and members of the Chicago Outfit who provided information about the 26th Street Crew.Tr. 99.
The GEB Attorney called O'Rourke as an expert witness.The use of expert witnesses has been accepted previously in labor litigation resulting from the consent decree between the Department of Justice and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT).In United States v. International Brotherhood of Teamsters (Senese and Talerico), 745 F.Supp.908 (S.D.N.Y. 1989), an FBI agent gave and the court accepted expert testimony relating to organized crime membership based upon his reading of FBI crime reports, his own notes from attending FBI debriefings, depositions, testimony of unnamed cooperating witnesses, and FBI physical surveillance.The IHO has adopted this procedure.
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Under this procedure, O'Rourke has previously been qualified and testified before the IHO as an expert in organized crime in the Chicago area.Tr. 37.
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The IHO finds that O'Rourke is a qualified witness, expert in criminal investigations and the structure of organized crime in Chicago, and his testimony, in conformance with accepted investigative techniques, is reliable.
In order to facilitate the proceedings, O'Rourke submitted an affidavit prior to the hearing indicating support for the opinion he rendered.Tr. 212.See GEB Ex.105, Affidavit of John J. O'Rourke.O'Rourke prepared his affidavit based upon the results of interviews of cooperating witnesses and informants.Tr. 210.
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The affidavit was provided to Respondents' counsel before the hearing and in addition to the affidavit, O'Rourke appeared and testified extensively at the hearing.See Tr. 34-176, 189-525.
O'Rourke's affidavit discussed the use of cooperating witnesses and confidential informants.A cooperating witness is a publicly identified individual who provides information about organized crime and agrees to testify in court.GEB Ex.105, Affidavit of John J. O'Rourke.
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105, Affidavit of John J. O'Rourke.
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Richard John Mara (Mara) was a member of the 26th Street/Chinatown crew who later cooperated with the FBI and was interviewed and debriefed extensively by O'Rourke.
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O'Rourke interviewed Mara on September 1996 and May 1997, specifically concerning the influence of organized crime on LIUNA in the Chicago area.
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O'Rourke testified that the information Mara provided to him was corroborated in part by Joseph LaMantia's plea agreement.
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O'Rourke and other agents attested Scarpelli in July 1998, after an extensive year-long investigation including consensual recordings made by Basile of meetings with Scarpelli and other members of the Ferriola crew.
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Id The night of Scarpelli's arrest, O'Rourke debriefed him extensively and Scarpelli agreed to cooperate with the FBI.
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The information provided by O'Rourke regarding Scarpelli in the present matter was offered mainly as corroboration and
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O'Rourke testified that Joseph Granata (Granata) was a member of organized crime and a participant in the Ferriola crew with contacts in other crews.
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Id. O'Rourke spoke with Granata on many occasions while O'Rourke was in the FBI.
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After Granata entered the Witness Security Program, O'Rourke continued to speak with him on a regular basis.
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Since working for LIUNA, O'Rourke has spoken with Granata approximately twenty to thirty times, the most recent being the same month as the hearing [January 2000].
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O'Rourke testified that James Peter "Duke" or "Dukey" Basile (Basile) was known to the FBI as a lifelong associate of organized crime both through his own admission and through investigation by the FBI.
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O'Rourke has personally spoken
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O'Rourke gave testimony regarding William Jahoda (Jahoda).
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In addition to the named cooperating individuals, O'Rourke stated that he had received information from eleven confidential informants regarding the Respondents.O'Rourke utilized these statements to support his opinion that Respondents in this matter are associated with organized crime
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The testimony related by O'Rourke by these informants varied from being very specific to very general.The informant information, combined with other facts relied upon by O'Rourke was sufficient to satisfy the IHO that O'Rourke's opinion should be given substantial weight.
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As a former case agent on an investigation of John Peter "Jackie" Cerone (Cerone) in the mid-1980s, O'Rourke testified that Cerone was the longtime chauffeur and bodyguard for Anthony Accardo, became underboss of the Chicago outfit, and was identified by informants through surveillance and wiretaps as a made member of organized crime and by cooperating subjects as a top leader of organized crime in Chicago.
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105, Affidavit of John J. O'Rourke.
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of John J. O'Rourke.
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18. O'Rourke testified that Marco D'Amico was a principal member of the Elmwood Park crew, was a long time member of the Chicago Outfit, and owned several hot dog stands throughout the north side of Chicago.
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O'Rourke further testified that D'Amico had been the object of an investigation by the FBI, was indicted, pled guilty, and is currently in federal prison.
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22. Based upon his interviews and investigations, and review of FBI files at the time, O'Rourke testified that Angelo LaPietra was the boss of the 26th Street/Chinatown/Southside crew from approximately 1980 until his imprisonment in 1986.
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O'Rourke testified that Monteleone consistently appeared during surveilled meetings with Infelise and other members of the crew.
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25. In addition to the surveillance information, O'Rourke testified that James Peter "Dukey" Basile, an enforcer and collector for the Cicero crew, had told him that Monteleone was in the inner circle of the Cicero crew and a longtime made member of organized crime.
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agreement among confidential informants, O'Rourke is of the opinion that John Monteleone is the current leader of the 26th Street/Chinatown crew.
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29. O'Rourke testified that the South Suburban/Chicago Heights crew was operated by Alfred "AI" Pilotto in the past and is currently under the control of John Monteleone.
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38. O'Rourke testified that Larry Pusiteri was the owner of the Hungry Hound hot dog stand located at 26th Street and Princeton, across from the old Italian-American Neighborhood Club, and that the hot dog stand was used as a center for gambling and loansharking activities.
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O'Rourke testified that Marcy had
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Mara indicated to O'Rourke that Inendino was a close associate of Harry Aleman, and part of the hit man crew for Ferriola.
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50. O'Rourke testified that Guy Bills had told him that Jarrett ran a burglary crew and Bills considered Jarrett to be a made member of organized crime and a lie
Quest Staff
www.questinvestigations.net, 9 Feb 2009 [cached]
John J. (Jack) O'Rourke, Executive Vice President of Investigations During his 27-year career with the FBI, Jack O'Rourke became one of the FBI's top experts on organized crime. He is also recognized for his outstanding accomplishments in major theft/interstate burglary and robbery investigations. He has provided training seminars to both local and federal law enforcement officials as well as to local and federal prosecutors in these investigative fields. Jack was also one of the FBI's most active hostage/crisis negotiators participating and successfully resolving major hostage situations and was one of the Bureau's top instructors, and a recognized expert on the resolution of hostage/crisis situations. During his career with the FBI, he received numerous commendations for his investigative excellence and intelligence gathering techniques.
After retiring from the FBI, Jack served as an Inspector/Special Assistant to the Cook County Sheriff on organized crime/major theft matters and was assigned to work full-time as a member of the FBI's elite Major Theft Task Force.
His education includes a B.S. in Political Science from Loyola University, Chicago, and a M.A. in Administration from DePaul University, Chicago.
Linx Communications - Press Releases
www.linxcom.com, 14 Feb 2000 [cached]
"I have been using a toll-free LinxConnect number, and it is a great tool for managing my calls and messages," says John O'Rourke, president of O'Rourke Insurance Company of Cranston, RI. "I am out of the office a lot and colleagues, clients, and family need to be able to reach me wherever I am.
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