Staff

This web site does not permit the use of Internet aliases except to protect the identity of those in law enforcement or a related field for personal and operational safety.

–Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

Staff & Primary E-Mail Contacts:

Founder / Director: Douglas J. Hagmann
E-Mail: director@homelandsecurityus.com

djhsm08Douglas 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. A 23 year veteran of conducting investigations in the private sector, he has logged over 40,000 hours of covert surveillance in his career and is the author of Tactical Surveillance. He is a member of the International Counter- Terrorism Officers Association and possesses many law enforcement related training certifications. He has been used as an operational asset by federal law enforcement and various police departments, and has performed over 5,000 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 and increase public awareness by establishing the Northeast Intelligence Network.


Associate Director, Military Affairs: Sean Osborne
E-Mail:sosborne@homelandsecurityus.com

seanosbornea1Sean Osborne has spent 25 years serving his country and currently work within the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office - Command, Control, Communications Tactical (PEOC3T) within the Special Project Office (SPO) and Northeast Regional Response Center (NRRC), Ft. Dix, New Jersey. He spent six years on active duty in the US Navy as a Cryptologic Technician Technical Branch(CTT). 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 22 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.

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 those attacks on US soil, and 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.


Associate Director, Multi-state licensed investigator & Research Specialist: J. F. Hagmann

Mr. Hagmann earned a degree in business administration, marketing and management and holds several law enforcement related certifications. He has completed over 6,000 hours of field investigation and covert surveillance operations, specializing in surveillance and counter-surveillance operations.

He is presently the Director of Field Operations (DFO) for the Northeast Intelligence Network.

Mr. Hagmann can be reached at josephhagmann(AT)sprint.blackberry.net (replace AT with the @ sign).


Communications Director: Lee Kaplan

Lee Kaplan is a dynamic, hard-hitting and well-known investigative journalist. He is adept at conducting covert surveillance, frequently infiltrating venues often restricted to the general public. Mr. Kaplan’s investigative reports have been published and widely disseminated within law enforcement. He is the founder of “DAFKA”, which stands for Defending America For Knowledgeable Action and Stop the ISM (International Solidarity Movement). He is also the current Communications Director for the Northeast Intelligence Network, and maintains his own blog at this link.


Analyst: Kate Evans-Taylor

Kate Evans-Taylor joined the Northeast Intelligence Network in February 2010 as a researcher, analyst and contributor. Ms. Taylor is a native of Yorkshire, England where she worked in data collection and analysis for the British government. She held a top security clearance and supervised affairs of two departments within British Intelligence.  She moved to the U.S. in 2004 and obtained citizenship status in 2009. She currently resides in Western New York with her husband and two boys.


“Archangel”

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Most visitors to this web site are familiar with “Archangel,” which is the Internet persona of one of the nation’s leading deep undercover researchers and analysts of Arabic language web sites and other intelligence sources. “Archangel” is active in undercover research and investigation of various sources and individuals that offer substantive information from bona-fide terrorists, their accomplices and supporters.

This web site does not permit the use of Internet aliases except to protect the identity of those in law enforcement or a related field for personal and operational safety.

–Douglas J. Hagmann, Director


Scott “Skip” Calahan: In Loving Memory - Honorary Vice-President
August 30, 1958 - September 13, 2005

From 13 September 2005: Today, there is a painfully large hole in the fabric of our organization.

It is with great sadness that we announce that Northeast Intelligence Network researcher and analyst Skip Calahan, 47, lost his courageous battle with cancer this afternoon. Mr. Calahan was an outstanding asset to this organization and a very good friend to many of us, and to me personally as the director of this agency. He meant a lot to us, to his loving family, and to those who knew him. Skip, we will all miss you dearly.

May God Bless you, Skipper, and thank you for everything you have done, every sacrifice you made, and every enemy you tracked down with relentless pursuit. You fought the great fight, but now you are fighting on a different level, with a different army. We will see you again as we meet in God’s Kingdom, victorious in the cloak of our Lord and Savior. -Doug Hagmann & Staff


Departments

Media Requests:

Please direct all interview requests to Douglas J. Hagmann, director at the e-mail address above.

Military Affairs

Please direct all military related information and questions to Sean Osborne.

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