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John E. Osa

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Background Information

Employment History

Special Agent

Federal Bureau of Investigation


Affiliations

OSA CONSULTING GROUP LLC

Founder


Web References(6 Total References)


www.osaconsultinggroup.com

OCG was founded by John E. Osa, who served over 25 years as a Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Mr. Osa, as Principal Managing Director, utilizes a team of former senior law enforcement officers, accountants, and litigation experts to help organizations and governmental entities protect their assets as well as their personnel, and reduce their vulnerability to adverse situations before they can occur. Businesses and governmental entities today are increasingly confronted by risks of corruption, fraud, employee theft, and unforeseen events which can ultimately cause serious damage or lead to the demise of the organization itself. Our firm protects opportunities for its clients and integrity for governmental entities by working with them to reduce, control, or transfer these risks. All of our clients receive the highest level of our expertise and experience to define the scope of their risk, and sound, cost-conscious conclusions to remove or mitigate these vulnerabilities. Benefitting from professional relationships, built over the course of his career, Mr. Osa has constructed a specialized team of partners who provide their own expertise to deliver the highest quality of work product tailored to each of our clients' individual needs.


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• John Osa, Special Agent, FBI


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"Then it's not a kickback," Salesman told FBI agent John Osa at a Hooters restaurant in Pembroke Pines in May 2007.
"Then it's the company dividing the profits the way they want." He even sounded genuinely concerned about not squandering taxpayers' money, saying "I have a reputation to uphold." He also was hesitant about getting cash up front, saying: "I'm not going to jail for no bull----." In court last week, Osa testified about trying to get sidewalk construction work from the county and how Eggelletion told him "how he'd take a large contract and break it up" to get under the county's $250,000, no-bid threshold and avoid a commission vote.


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· John Osa, Special Agent, FBI


www.montserratreporter.org [cached]

Giraud has been charged with 15 counts of money laundering stemming from the operation conducted by FBI Special Agent John Osa.In an affidavit signed on November 5, Agent Osa said he posed as a consultant for an organisation dealing with illegal funds, with offices in Florida.Osa said that he met Giraud and his business associate Brian Boeger in Dominica in April 2000 and asked them to launder monies for him, and that they both agreed.The agent said that following the April meeting he sent them US$800,000 to launder, of which they were paid almost $48,000 in fees.THe FBI agent also said he met the men in Dominica on at least two occasions.


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