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... , PamAm's senior Lockerbie investigator.( [5 ] ) Aviv offered a version of the story first told by Lester Coleman, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) officer, in Trail of the Octopus. ( [6 ] ) The Aviv-Coleman version is that the bomb was put on the plane at Frankfurt. In 1987 US agents began monitoring a heroin smuggling route from the Middle East to the United States, run by drug dealers linked to terrorists holding western hostages in Beirut. US agents agreed to let the dealers run their heroin operation through Germany's Frankfurt airport and London's Heathrow in return for a promise they would help free hostages. For a suitcase normally full of ...
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142. The view from the bridge [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... steer Penrose and Courtiour towards Northern Ireland and Colin Wallace. Wilson's tale of a press officer, a cleaning lady, a Times journalist and a classified document happened to Wallace. (The journalist was Robert Fisk.) But Pencourt didn't pursue the 'press officer in Northern Ireland'. Up popped the late Peter Bessel, Liberal MP and CIA agent, to steer them towards Jeremy Thorpe and Norman Scott instead. The second significant snippet was the news that Jonathan Aitken had been hand-carrying messages from James Angleton, CIA's head of counter-intelligence, to Mrs Thatcher, then leader of the opposition. What these said we don't know but I think we may presume, as ...
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143. War and peace plots [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... Office 'in late 1942' recommended that the war in Europe could be ended if the German General Staff were given a clear incentive to launch a coup. Essentially the authors of the document were arguing that the Foreign Office should back the Canaris-German resistance-Vatican proposal. This report had to cross the desk of Kim Philby a Soviet agent before it could be officially circulated to Ministers. Philby duly rejected the document, thus blocking any formal discussion of a peace deal that would be to the disadvantage of the Soviet Union.( [6 ] ) This now put Britain and the US in the position where, in order to dissuade the Soviets from continuing discussions with the ...
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144. Ultimate Sacrifice (Book review) [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... Kennedys' coup plan the authors offer an extremely intricate version of the Mafia-dunnit thesis wrapped around with enormous research into Cuba exile politics, much of which should have been siphoned off into another book. They rehearse the fragments known about an apparent assassination attempt in Chicago on 2 November (and the fate of the first black Secret Service agent, Abraham Bolden, who was framed on a counterfeiting charge after trying to tell the Warren Commission about the Chicago attempt). But how serious was the Chicago event? Some men were arrested and then released. No weapons were found. That's all we know. They tell us about a hitherto unnoticed apparent attempt in Tampa on 18 ...
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145. Historical Notes [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... British television broadcast a number of programmes about the late Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson, marking the 30th anniversary of the announcement of his resignation in March 1976. Wilson's resignation caused a sensation at the time, and many commentators believed there was more to it than met the eye. Their suspicions included stories that he was in fact a Soviet agent who had stepped down to avoid being unmasked and that there was a massive financial scandal brewing. All these tales were complete nonsense and had been put about by Wilson's enemies on the far right, which included some powerful figures in the intelligence and security establishment. It is now widely accepted that these groups had attempted to undermine the 1964 ...
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146. Out of the blue and into the black [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... Johnnie Bingham until 1986, and where Brown was once beaten up by some of his RUC Special Branch colleagues for trying to arrest a UVF man in the 1970s. He also links the UVF specifically to the murder of 23 year-old Sharon McKenna, in 1993 and implicates Mark Haddock, a UVF Commander who was also a Special Branch agent, in this killing. Haddock is currently on remand for charges arising from paramilitary activity and his unit is believed to have killed around a dozen people in North Belfast during this period. The claims are being investigated by the Police Ombudsman and have led Pat Rabbitte, in the Dail in Dublin, to call for a public inquiry. ...
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147. Gone but not forgotten: a further update on Di [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... eye on suspicious foreigners for the authorities'. Lara Marlowe, 'Princess Diana's driver takes many secrets to grave', The Irish Times, 20 September 1997; David Leppard, 'Diana driver was secret informer', The Sunday Times, 26 February 2006. [29] Richard Palmer and Peter Allen, 'Diana probe: bid to force secret agent to reveal all', The Express, 15 August 2005; Peter Allen, 'Spies in constant touch with driver', The Express, 28 November 2005. [30] Its unclear if the judicial inquiry is underway but recent reports say that French police are to interview Dr Gilbert Pepin, one of the toxicologists involved, and are ...
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... of Judaic and Christ-ian experience and thought'.( [15] ) These moral principles were to be preserved against the insinuations of 'communist sophistry' and 'situation ethics'. The John Birch Society took its militant anti-communism to bizarre lengths, coming to accuse many prominent Republican politicians, including President Eisenhower himself, of being agents of international communism. It also acted as an incubator for the idea that the United Nations represented a grave threat to the sovereignty of the United States. But its descent into comic book paranoia shouldn't blind us to its substantial popular appeal in the late fifties and its important role in shaping Barry Goldwater's New Republicanism. The Koch brothers The ...
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... as she put it in her crisp British accent. With her relationship with Peter Matthiessen, she left the boring and superficial world behind her for one of intellectual and artistic authenticity and stimulation. Or so she thought. Working for McGovern Maria and I would often meet on the train to New York, I, traipsing in to meet with agents, editors and others in the book world, in pursuit of a literary career, she to her 'Japanese tea ceremony' lessons, as she explained it to me, which, in actuality, were her trysts with Peter Matthiessen. Matthiessen was ruggedly handsome, a mythic literary figure, who, according to legend, had 'founded' ...
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150. Re: [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... to have been funded by the CIA, using American newsreel (March of Time), documentary and feature film producer Louis de Rochemont as a conduit.( [10] ) Having provided the money, the CIA also had 'psy warrior' Joseph Bryan ( [11] ) participate in early script conferences and monitor the filming. Another agent, Carleton Alsop, was on hand to view the film as it neared completion. Little wonder that the film's ending differed from that of the book. ( [12] ) Plus ca change A previously classified file relating to the security aspects of the Klaus Fuchs case was released by The National Archives in November 2003. Included in ...
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