The Association of California Water Agencies ("ACWA"), the largest statewide coalition of public water agencies in the U.S., reports that FBI Special Agent Herbert Brown -- head of the FBI's Sacramento Division -- will discuss the next generation of threats facing water systems during a luncheon program Dec. 5 at ACWA's 2012 Fall Conference & Exhibition in San Diego.
Brown, a native of San Diego, served as a police officer for the Capitola and San Jose Police Departments from 1979-87 prior to his employment with the FBI. Director Robert Mueller has named Brown special agent in charge of the FBI's Sacramento Division in December of 2010.
Sunne Wright McPeak -- CEO of highly controversial California Emerging Technology Fund ("CETF") -- is "slated to provide keynote remarks at the luncheon program," according to ACWA.
CALIFORNIA EMERGING TECHNOLOGY FUND ("CETF") DIRECTORS: Sunne McPeak, AARP's Barbara O'Connor, CETF's Adviser and Costa Rica devotee -- Kempster Group's Brenda Kempster of Link Americas Foundation / ICT Literacy Portal sponsored by CETF. Link Americas Foundation's Kempster and O'Connor are under scrutiny in connection with 2009 expense totaling $167,145.00 celebrating the inauguration of Barack Obama.
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