About Green Hills Software & its owners, Dan O'Dowd and Amy Chang
Why Drones, foreign and domestic, became necessary to establishment politicians and corporations.
1994 - Dan O'Dowd filed to run against Diane Feinstein in the Democratic Primary for U. S. Senate. He spent a little over $80,000 on his own campaign, though Craig Franklin insisted he had spent $250,000. O'Dowd did no fundraising, never hired a campaign manager but produced campaign literature, reflecting his solutions to the problems America faced. You will not know whether to laugh or shiver. This guy could be an understudy for Dick Cheney. But, of course, he may be one.
Diane McKay the ubiquitous front desk person with an interesting history herself, said she was cast as a voter in an advertisement for O'Dowd's campaign.
2003, toward the first half of the year, John Fund put up a deposition on his new website, Johnfund.com, started for him by Gail Heriot, an intimate friend. This occurred at about the same time Craig mailed off Morgan's deposition, uncertified, and not legally available, to John Fund.
Green Hills Software, Inc., began receiving government contracts and in a flush of patriotic fervor started Fallen Heroes Final Wish Foundation.
April 3, 2003:
While watching a network broadcast showing the children of U.S.
servicemembers who had been lost in the war in Iraq, Dan O'Dowd, CEO of
Green Hills Software, Inc., realized that these children were
shouldering the largest burden of the U.S. war effort. That is when the
need for private action to provide for these children became clear to
April 9, 2003:
The foundation is formed.
April 10, 2003:
The foundation and its objectives are announced.
2010 Report notes 3 grants of $5,000 each to 3 children of a soldier killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom for a total of $15,000.
2011Report notes 7 grants of $5,000 each to 7 children of a soldier killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom for a total of $35,000.
2012 Report notes 3 grants of $5,000 each to 3 children of a soldier killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom for a total of $15,000.
So, why does the Mission Statement say: " During the year, the foundation made 14 grants, totaling $115,000. These grants were for the benefit of 23 children of soldiers killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom?"
Green Hills Software "Settlement Agreement" March 30, 2001
Power of Attorney signed by Melinda Pillsbury-Foster, found to be a fraud on its face and unenforceable.
Business Practices and Affiliations
Other Green Hills Employees
John B. (Jack) Douglas
Police Report No. 13007354, Taunton, Massachusetts, for Lewdness, Open and Gross
April 17, 2013