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category national | crime and justice | news report author Sunday May 24, 2009 22:56author by Cathar Report this post to the editors

Tibor Revesz an employee (until recently at least) is sought by Bolivian Authorities
Tibor with Motorbike
Tibor with Motorbike

Tibor Revesz an employee (until recently at least) is sought by the prosecutor investigating the terrorist group led by Eduardo Rose Flores in Bolivia. He is described as a key member of the Group. An international warrant has been issued for him and contact has been made with the Hungarian authorities.
His website and email address cahil.tk were used to recruit members of the terrorist group. It is believed that he was still employed by IRMS when Michael Dwyer died in Santa Cruz.
As he was in Bolivia staying in Los Americas Hotel (where Dwyer died) from the 9th of December to the 9th of January with a Slovakian Ivan Pistovcák and Tamas Nagy another Hungarian.
Ivan worked in Security in Ireland and was registered by the PSA. It is believed Tamas Nagy also worked here.
The two Hungarians Daniel Gaspar and Gabor Dudog.who left in March are thought to have worked in Ireland in Security also.
If anyone has seen this man on duty in Glengad or in the Cavan(?) area recently thet should inform the Gardai who will most likely do nothing (because he is/was an IRMS employee).
Post it here and attention will be brought to the prosecutors office in La Paz, Bolivia.

author by Catharpublication date Sun May 24, 2009 23:18author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Thereis a copy of the htel register and Passport as given to the Hotel Los Americas at this address.

Related Link: http://www.ernestojustiniano.org/index_files/LuisHurtadoOtrosEuropeos.swf
author by Michael Gallagherpublication date Mon May 25, 2009 12:15author email libertypics at yahoo dot ieauthor address author phone 00353 (0)86 4048249Report this post to the editors

Just looking through some of my recent pics I took in Glengad at the Shell compound, headshots of a security guy there looks similar to the wanted man above.

I can't say for certain if it's the same man. Head shot number 8 at this link: http://www.indymedia.ie/article/92183

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author by Catharpublication date Mon May 25, 2009 13:37author address author phone Report this post to the editors

It certainly looks like him. IRMS wont comment Heres another Photo from Santa Cruz with Revesz in the background behind Flores.

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author by Michael Gallagher - Photographerpublication date Mon May 25, 2009 14:38author email libertypics at yahoo dot ieauthor address author phone Report this post to the editors

IRMS Employee sought in Bolivia
These are from some of the headshots I took at Glengad recently.
Is this the man Tibor Revesz, wanted for terrorist activities in Bolivia?

http://www.indymedia.ie/article/92434

http://www.indymedia.ie/article/92183
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author by jpublication date Mon May 25, 2009 15:14author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Is that Tibor Revesz with Dwyer

From article: http://www.indymedia.ie/article/91977

Tibor Revesz with Dwyer - Operation Solitaire Shield
Tibor Revesz with Dwyer - Operation Solitaire Shield

author by Catharpublication date Mon May 25, 2009 16:12author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The colour headshot looks like him, I dont think the height is right in the Photo with Dwyer. He's not tall. There is some doubt over whether that is Mick Dwyer or not in that photo.
Incidentally Elod Toase i(who was arrested in Santa Cruz on 16th April at the shootout) is on the LHS

Tibor  Revesz on RHS
Tibor Revesz on RHS

author by Fox - No commentpublication date Mon May 25, 2009 19:19author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Gabor Dudog was a sergeant in the Hungarian Army, working as a sniper. Was discharged due to heart conditions. This is 100% true.

author by Soundmigrationpublication date Mon Jun 08, 2009 13:43author address author phone Report this post to the editors

from Yesterdays Sunday Times

Hunt for two more Irishmen in Bolivian death plot probe
Mark Tighe and Annie Murphy

Bolivian authorities are seeking two Irish-passport holders, including a former member of the defence forces, who they say had links to the group accused of plotting to assassinate the president, Evo Morales.

Michael Dwyer, from Tipperary, was shot dead along with two others in Santa Cruz when Bolivian special forces raided their hotel on April 16.

The Sunday Times has seen copies of CVs held on the laptop of Eduardo Rosza Flores, the group’s leader, which security sources say were those of applicants to join his “private army”.

Two of the CVs are from Irish passport-holders, one of whom originally comes from Hungary. They are not among the three eastern Europeans known to have worked with Dwyer at IRMS, the security firm that protects Shell’s gas-pipeline project in Mayo.

Dwyer told his family he was going to Bolivia for a “training course”. At this stage police merely want to question the two Irishmen, who have not been accused of wrongdoing. They want to know what contacts they had with Flores and Dwyer and how they became aware of Flores’s recruitment process. One has a home address in the midlands and, according to his CV, served in the Irish Army in the 1990s. He then worked for a private security firm in the Middle East. An army spokesman said yesterday that the man is, in fact, a serving member of the reserve forces.

The second man is Erik Imre Benedek. His address was listed as Mayo, but yesterday he was in Hungary from where he confirmed he had known Dwyer. He worked as a security guard in Hungary, then for IRMS.

A senior investigator said: “[Flores] was trying to put together an elite armed organisation.” There is no evidence that these men had any knowledge of what he was planning.

Related Link: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/ireland/article6446755.ece
author by The Foxpublication date Wed Jun 17, 2009 19:00author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The young man standing behind Revesz in the hallway picture, in the comment by Cathar, can be identified as Gabor Dudog.

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