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... drug trafficking, and tax evasion, have left only suggestive traces.2 Also mysterious but important were the mob contacts of the CIA's longtime counterintelligence chief, James Jesus Angleton. Peter Dale Scott notes that Angleton used a go-between – the New York lawyer Mario Brod – who, according to a CIA memo, was a CI Staff agent in New York City from 1952 to 1971. One of the sensitive CI Staff agents handled by Brod in New York was Jay Lovestone, the AFL-CIO International Affairs Chief who transmitted funds to strong-arm gangs in Marseille allied with Corsican drug traffickers who were part of the Lansky-Luciano global drug connection. . . Like ...
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... . After I had finished this book I noticed that there was a cast of characters' for each chapter at the end of it. That would have been more useful at the front, because this is very complicated material. The first half of this book covers the well-trodden path of mole hunts, double (and triple) agents, James Angleton's paranoia and the Cold War. There's already a considerable pile of books on this area, some of them by Western intelligence officers. However, Coogan has also has hunted down memoirs, document collections and academic comment from the Soviet, Polish and French sides of the intelligence game'. He then proceeds to try and ...
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... endhomelessness.org/homelessness-in-america/ homelessness-statistics/state-of-homelessness-2021/>. 20 <https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK448203/> 5 presented. There is an astonishing account on Salon.com of big pharma lobbying Congress, their agents being allowed onto the floor of the House to bully Representatives and the television cameras – which normally broadcast proceedings – being switched off to conceal what was happening.21 *new* On the Morrow Robert Morrow is a Texas-based researcher on the JFK assassination and, in particular, the role of LBJ in it. He has ...
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... Congressional Committee investigating 9/11, and in retirement continues to urge greater transparency. In a series of interviews with Jay he says Bush and Cheney misdirected intelligence prior to 9/11 and aggressively deceived' afterwards. He tells Jay: Virtually all of the agencies of the federal government were moving in the same direction, from a customs agent at an airport in Orlando who was chastised when he denied entry into the United States to a Saudi, to the president of the United States authorizing large numbers of Saudis to leave the country, possibly denying us forever – important insights and information on what happened. You don't have everybody moving in the same direction without there being a ...
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... rapid infiltration into Africa by the CIA. The agency's operations took place in the territories themselves and at the UN in New York. The uncovered information reveals an extent and breadth of CIA activities in Africa that beggars belief. These activities took various forms and were performed by an extensive network that included Americans at agency headquarters in Washington; American agents operating under cover; American agents under non-official cover in the field and at the UN; Africans brought to the US and then recruited for use in various countries 1Reviewed in Lobster 64 at <https://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster64/lob64-misc-reviews.pdf ...
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... even using much of the same material' can't be stated with certainty, because Hayes describes things in the file which Stonehouse does not. Stonehouse works her way though the 1000-plus pages of the StB file on her late father and tries to show that Joseph Frolik and other Czech spooks in London were simply exaggerating – or inventing – agents and espionage activities to claim expenses they hadn't incurred. In her reading of the documents, the StB officers in London ate their way round the fine dining rooms of London having meetings' with informants' and agents', one of whom was Stonehouse. The Hayes book takes a different tack. It accepts the StB file at face ...
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... US and the USSR, observing a strict neutrality. This reflected the policy of the Soviet Union, which was commonly supposed to be its funder. Its key UK delegate was Bob Edwards, General Secretary of the Chemical Workers Union and, from 1955, MP for Bilston. Oleg Gordievsky later claimed that Edwards was a long-standing Soviet agent. Coudenhove-Kalergi never achieved much support in the UK, and apart from Kim Mackay, Bond notes only a few MPs as being followers: Victor Collins, Gordon Lang, Evelyn King and Hugh Delargy. 15 Barberis, McHugh and Tyldesley in Encyclopaedia of British and Irish Political Organizations (London: Pinter, 2000) list 11 ...
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... Lincoln plot. The Secret Service was founded in 1865 – the year of Lincoln's murder. Baughman was well-aware of this, writing of his Secret Service induction: I was made to study the history of the Secret Service too, to learn its traditions, its glories and achievements, its nationwide duties, the instructive experiences of its agents in the past. The government had launched the organisation in 1865 in response to a wave of counterfeiting . . . . But in 1901 after President McKinley had been assassinated by the insane Polish worker, Leon Czolgosz, Congress had added the protection of the President to our duties. None too soon either, for this was our third ...
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... in the pursuit of organised crime. This is generally thought to be because Hoover was obsessed with the communist threat'. Even after the 1957 accidental discovery of the meeting of the Mafia's upper echelons at Apalachin, in New York State,'. . . as of 1959, the bureau's New York office still assigned more than four hundred agents to Communism, but only four to organized crime'. (p . 14) But the real explanation may be more banal: he was probably being paid off. Bobby Baker, LBJ's bag-man, said of the Murchison family from Texas, who spread their oil money around Washington: Murchison owned a piece of Hoover . ...
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... knew it was him. Through his girlfriend I let him know I had sussed him and I never saw him again. That, you might think, would be the end of it. Not so. A few weeks went by and another person tried to attach himself to me, this time claiming to be to be a former MI5 agent who would spill the beans. But he was ill, so ill, and the NHS in London was so bad . . .This goes on for some weeks and I initially take him seriously and begin badgering doctors in London . . . Then one day he says, "What's the NHS like in Hull?" Maybe he ...
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