Meet the Analysts
Hagmann, Founder, Director
Douglas J. Hagmann is the founder and director of the Northeast Intelligence Network and CEO of a multi-state licensed private investigative agency serving many Fortune 500 clients. He has 20 years of experience performing
investigations in the private sector for many Fortune 500 companies and is a
well known surveillance specialist, logging over 32,000 hours of covert
surveillance in his career. He is the author of Tactical
Surveillance, a training manual published in March 2003 for investigators
who perform covert surveillance assignments. Possessing many law enforcement
related training certifications, Hagmann also received certification in Email
Tracing, Internet Profiling, and Threat Assessment in Toronto, Ontario,
Canada. He is also a graduate of the Laboratory of Forensic Science and is
certified in Bloodstain Pattern Analysis. He has been used as an operational
asset by federal law enforcement and various police departments, and has
performed over 4,000 civil and criminal investigations throughout the United
States. Following the attacks of September 11, 2001, Hagmann began using his
investigative skills and training to fight terrorism as an unpaid volunteer
from the private sector and established The Northeast Intelligence Network,
monitoring terrorist websites so that another 9/11 could be avoided.
Associate Director, Independent Analyst
Mr. Osborne has spent 25 years serving his country and currently serves in the U.S. Army's Program Executive Office - Command, Control, Communications Tactical (PEOC3T) within the Special Project Office (SPO). He spent six years on active duty in the US Navy as a Cryptologic Technician. He was selected for ELINT (electronic intelligence) school and was subsequently assigned to the Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA) in Naples, Italy where he functioned at the OWS (Operations Watch Supervisor) providing real-time intelligence to COMSUBMED, COMAIRMED and CINCUSNAVEUR.
Mr. Osborne has also been a US Army contractor for the past 19 years, working for Honeywell and its 1990 defense spinoff Alliant Techsystems as a deployable field rep to the US Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. He was deployed with the 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) to their forward operations post (SFOB-10) in Panzer Kaserne, Boeblingen, Germany, subsequently supporting all of the US Army's Special Forces Groups, including the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, and the 112th Signal battalion (Special Operations) also at Ft. Bragg, N.C.
Mr. Osborne spent 4 months in the Mojave desert in 2002 at NTC, Ft. Irwin, California training with the 325th Airbone Brigade of the 82nd Airborne Division and the Army's first Stryker Bigade combat team out of Ft. Lewis, WA. Following Continental Replacement Center (CRC) classes at Ft. Benning, GA this year, he was deployed to the Coalition Forces Land Command Component (CFLCC) and CJTF-7, Camp Doha, Kuwait supporting operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom in the US Army CENTCOM AO. He continues to serve as a US DoD Uniformed Services Civilian GS-12/MAJ.
Following the attacks against the US on 9/11, Mr. Osborne has been privately active in the pursuit of the continuing threats against our country. "Long before the revelation of the 16-page document reported by The Evening Standard, I was convinced by open-source intelligence of Iraqi and al-Qaeda involvement in the attacks on US soil going back to the original WTC attack in 1993, the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995 and culminating with the attack on September 11 and the anthrax attacks in the US in 2001."
NOTICE: The statements made by Mr. Osborne in his capacity as a Military Affairs Expert and Senior Analyst with the Northeast Intelligence Network are his own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions, positions, policies, or sentiments of the United States Army, the Department of Defense, or any branch or variations thereof.
Laura Mansfield has over 20 years of
experience dealing with issues pertaining to the Middle East. She is
fluent in written and spoken Arabic, and has an excellent understanding of
the complex cultural, religious, and historical issues. She spent
nearly 7 years living and working in the region, for a wide range of
clients including the United States Embassy, the United States Agency for
International Development, and various international corporations.
She was active in the embassy warden system, acting as a liaison between
the Embassy security office and her employer during the days of the Beirut
Randy Taylor, Investigative Analyst
Randy Taylor is a new addition to the NEIN team publicly, although he has been working with Laura and Doug behind the scenes for some time now. He has been tracking and monitoring Al Qaeda and Jihad Militants groups since September 12, 2001 when he decided to hunt the enemy in their own electronic world after the attacks on our great nation. His specialty is ferreting out Al Qaeda and militant Jihad sites, their mail groups, mail rooms, chat rooms and tracking them wherever they may hide in the dark recesses of the internet. He then disseminates, prioritizes and forwards the information immediately to the NEIN team analysts for review, further analysis and distribution to the proper authorities.
Randy strongly believes that thwarting terrorists is the responsibility of the people here in this country and that the sole responsibility to protect and defend doesn’t lie entirely with the authorities and agencies here, as the protection of America and it's interests are a team effort that requires all Americans to be diligent and observant.
Simply put, “If every US citizen here in this country, placed our safety as a country as their first priority, the terrorists would have a difficult time planning, financing and executing an attack on our soil. We then, in good conscience, would hand over a safer and more secure world to our children and grandchildren.”
Randy is a veteran of the United States Army where he served in the Infantry as a specialist in the T.O.W. missile systems as well as other anti-armor missile systems. Today, Randy is a businessman, owning several companies and devotes every spare moment and resource to fighting terrorism.
Ryan Mauro is owner of WorldThreats.com. He began research at age 11 or 12, focusing on the geopolitical affairs of several countries. It quickly turned into more than a hobby. In December 2002, the author was hired as the youngest geopolitical analyst in the country (at age 16) by Tactical Defense Concepts (www.tdconcepts.com), a maritime-associated security company.
Towards the end of June 2003, WorldThreats.com was launched as a suggestion by Ryan’s boss, and after viewing his years of intense research and writing.
In the fall of 2003, Ryan joined the Northeast Intelligence Network (www.homelandsecurityus.com), which specializes in tracking and assessing terrorist threats. In mid-2004, Ryan signed to the William Morris Agency.
Ryan has been published in WorldNetDaily.com, Newsmax.com, StrategyPage.com, WorldTribune.com, HomelandSecurityUS.com, JRNyquist.com, Moorelies.com, Milnet.com, "The Eurasian Politician", and in the Turkistan Newsletter (Turkistan Bulteni).
He has appeared on radio shows including The Al Rantel Show, WIBG Radio, WorldNetDaily Radioactive with Joseph Farah, Jeff Nyquist Program, Kevin McCullough Show, Laurie Roth Show, Tovia Singer Show, Stan Major Show, and Preparedness Now.
Northeast Intelligence Network thanks all
who are working behind the scenes but have requested that their
information not be made public.