Makram Majid Chams is a businessman with ties to the US military-intelligence complex and to 9/11.

Vegas in Venice Edit

In 1997-1998, Makram Chams partnered with Max Burge of Venice, Florida and Ian Goldfarb of Gladwyne, Pennsylvania to run the Vegas in Venice gambling boat. [1] that averaged up to 25,000,000$ for Chams.

9/11 Edit

Chams ran a Kwik-Check store in Venice, Florida where Mohamed Atta cashed a $70,000 check from someone in the United Arab Emirates.

Possible FBI work in San Diego Edit

After 9/11, Makram's sister May Chams reported that he was in San Diego "helping the FBI." [1]

Titan lawsuit Edit

In 2005, Chams filed a lawsuit against the Titan mercenary corporation demanding $21.9 million in compensation for wrongful termination of a consulting agreement. [1]

Wireless Facilities, Inc. Edit

A Makram Chams from Sarasota, Florida worked as "Business Development Manager for Wireless Facilities Inc., in Middle East 2004 to 2006" and as of 2014 owns the Commea Group, a security and telecommunications provider in Saudi Arabia. [2]

In 2007, WFI sold its wireless network service to Burgundy Acquisition Corporation via Platinum Equity for $24 million. [3] WFI then changed its name to Kratos Defense and Security Solutions. By that time the company was receiving $200 million in revenues from the US government, was operating at "NAWC Pt. Mugu, Hawaii Pacific Missile Range; Fort Bliss, Texas; and White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico" and had "established a significant and growing presence in military Command and Control Systems". [4]

The company's SEC filings name Ashton Partners as investors. Key employees include:

  • Eric M. DeMarco - CEO, formerly Executive VP and COO of Titan Corporation. [5]
  • Deanna H. Lund - Senior VP and CFO
  • Laura L. Siegal - VP, Controller and chief accountant
  • James R. Edwards - Senior VP, General Counsel, and Secretary

See also Edit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Daniel Hopsicker, 5.5 Ton Cocaine Bust Reveals New Details of 9.11 Attack, 2006 May 17,
  2. Makram Chams, LinkedIn,
  3. Wireless Facilities, Inc., form 8-K, 2007 July 7,
  4. Krators Defense, form 8-K, 2007
  5. IT Services Analyst: Eric Demarco, The Wall Street Transcript, 2002 April 14,
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