The Order of Consular Emissaries, together with The Palace Club, Nevada Technology Catalyst Group and Capo’s Italian Steakhouse, is hosting an introduction of newly appointed consuls in Las Vegas, on December 8th, 2009, from 6-10 pm at a private mansion.



John Petkus, Honorary Consul of Poland and Kathleen Blakely, Honorary Consul General of Japan, will be joined by a third consul representing a western european country, who is not yet at liberty to announce publicly her appointment.

In addition to hearing from the consuls themselves, The Order of Consular Emissaries is thrilled to have Ken Walther, Special Projects Manager of the Consular Chamber of Commerce and CEO of sponsoring company Nevada Technology Catalyst Group, speak regarding personal security for the international business person.

The Order of Consular Emissaries will also be making its official dedication of the Parisian Palace as the Official Seat of the Order in Southern Nevada.

The event is free to members of the Consular Chamber of Commerce, the Order of Consular Emissaries, or the Palace Club, or $25. in advance ($50. at the door) for non-members.  All attending please RSVP.

About Ken Walther

As Technical Undercover Operative of the clandestine services, he is the real life version of some box office fiction.

For nearly three decades the covert, true-to-life practitioner of CIA spy technology, assumed various Covers and Identities in working targets around the globe.

Ken Walther, Consular Emissary and 27 year veteran of the CIA
Ken Walther at home in Las Vegas

From Africa, to Southeast Asia, to Central America, Europe and beyond, he practiced the black arts for the Clandestine Services. 

Racking  up 102 Countries while living overseas for 20 years countering  terrorism, genocide, espionage and assassination, he learned to sleep with one eye open, always faces the door, and uses tradecraft all operatives adapt to their everyday lives. 

A recipient of the Intelligence Medal of Merit for conducting operations of high national security value, as well as the Career Intelligence Medal and numerous certificates from the US Department of State and from foreign intelligence services,  Ken is instructor, engineer, paramilitary colleague and technologist.

Still on the cutting edge of technology as a consultant and entrepreneur in Las Vegas, Ken lives among us, a Consular Emissary.   But we just call him “Q”.

“One of the more famous capers he worked on involved the creation of devices that looked and acted like bombs, except they couldn’t detonate.  CIA operatives gave the devices to Spanish terrorists who in 1983 planned to kill Juan Carlos, the King of Spain.  Hidden within the fakes were homing devices that led to the terrorists’ capture.”-“Spies In The Valley” by Joe Shoenmann, Las Vegas Sun Oct. 22, 2009

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