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Everett Stern has forged a career based on the principles of truth, integrity and patriotism.

He is the founder and Intelligence Director of Tactical Rabbit, a Private Intelligence Agency that provides clients with Legal, Business, and National Security Intelligence.

Everett’s commitment to truth and integrity motivated him to become a whistleblower for federal law enforcement. When Everett discovered his then employer, HSBC Bank, was aiding terrorist groups and drug dealers, he tried to put a stop to it. When that failed, he turned to the CIA and eventually brought down the illegal operation, resulting in an almost $2 billion fine. In addition to the gratitude of law enforcement, Everett gained international headlines and was featured in Rolling Stone Magazine and the Netflix documentary “Dirty Money.”

The mission of Everett Stern’s self-funded company, Tactical Rabbit, is to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and to protect America’s interests against enemies both foreign and domestic. Tactical Rabbit’s intelligence operations target terrorist organizations in all corners of the globe.

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Everett is a former candidate for the United States Senate and founder of Rabbit Capital Management, which continues his mission of discovering and halting corporate efforts to aid terrorists and others who work against America’s interests.

Everett Stern was born in New York City and has been a Pennsylvania resident since 2011. He is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University and earned his MBA from Stetson University.

Now Everett Stern wants to take his commitment to relentless integrity to the nation’s capital as a United States Senator and put his deeply held belief in truth and patriotism to work for the people of Pennsylvania.

In The Media

Everett Stern Featured in 2018 Netflix True Crime Series, “Dirty Money”

Dirty Money is a thrilling investigative series from Oscar Award-winning director Alex Gibney, which provides an up-close and personal view into untold stories of scandal and corruption in the world of business.

Using first-hand accounts from perpetrators and their victims, combined with rarely-seen video footage, this addictive series keeps viewers on the edge of their seats. [Read more]

Gangster Bankers: Too Big to Jail

How HSBC hooked up with drug traffickers and terrorists. And got away with it

By Matt Taibbi, February 14, 2013″Soon enough, though, out of boredom and also maybe a little bit of patriotism, [Everett] Stern started to sift through some of the backlogged alerts and tried to make sense of them. Almost immediately, he found a series of deeply concerning transactions. There was an exchange company wiring large sums of money to untraceable destinations in the Middle East. A Saudi fruit company was sending millions, Stern found with a simple Internet search, to a high-ranking figure in the Yemeni wing of the Muslim Brotherhood. Stern even learned that HSBC was allowing millions of dollars to be moved from the Karaiba chain of super­markets in Africa to a firm called Tajco, run by the Tajideen brothers, who had been singled out by the Treasury Department as major financiers of Hezbollah.”Every time Stern brought one of these discoveries to his bosses, they rolled their eyes at him, if not worse…” [Read more]

Special Report: HSBC’s money-laundering crackdown riddled with lapses

By Carrick Mollenkamp, Brett Wolf. July 13, 2012

At one point, [Everett] Stern said, he decided to take action on transactions linked to Palestine that he and some of his colleagues had noticed.

Stern sent an email to two superiors with the subject line, “Compliance error.” In the email, Stern wrote: “I believe investigators in the department are unknowingly making a major compliance error. Over the last couple of months investigators have approached me about cases in the Middle East, especially in Palestine.… It appears that most investigators do not understand that the government of Palestine is the terrorist organization Hamas.” [Read more]

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