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... Covert Political Warfare, from Truman to Putin Larry Hancock London and New York: OR Books, 2018, £13.00, p/b 1 Robin Ramsay Hancock is an interesting figure. To me he is one of the very good JFK researchers. His Someone Would Have Talked 2 would be be on my list of serious JFK assassination books. On his blog3 he begins his self-description thus: 'Hancock is a leading historian-researcher in the JFK assassination. ' On the OR books website his interest in JFK is missing and he begins with this: 'Larry Hancock brings formal training in history and cultural anthropology to his research and writing on Cold War history and ...
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... of the plane; the faulty memories of other Dornier employees about the pilot; and the unusual method of delivery (parts and reassembly). And who planned all this? The government of Katanga? Their Belgian allies? A. n. other? This theory – the first occasion on which a 'black' plane was used as an assassination weapon? – will initially stand or fall on how much public notice there was of Hammerskjold's intention to go to Katanga. * new * 9/11 As I have said before in these columns, while I think the WTC buildings appear to have been demolished, I don't believe the 'inside job' theories of the 9/11 ...
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... The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy: Crime, Conspiracy and Cover-Up – A New Investigation Tim Tate and Brad Johnson London: Thistle Publishing, 2018, £11.99 (p /b ) Robin Ramsay The assassination of RFK has received infinitely less attention than that of his brother. This isn't surprising as he wasn't the president. He was just a politician on the make and was widely disliked, even within his own party. Robert Kennedy may have had some kind of radicalising journey in the years after Dallas, but to many he was still the hatchet man on his older brother's election campaigns. But more than that, the suggestion that there was ...
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... invited the UN General Secretary Dag Hammarskjöld, who was in the Congolese capital Léopoldville, to peace talks. They agreed to meet on neutral territory, at Ndola where, on 18 September, just after midnight, Hammarskjöld's DC-6 crashed during its landing approach. Aftermath Rumours soon spread that the crash had not been an accident but an assassination: by sabotage, or an attack from the ground or from the air. The last soon became the most likely variant. Several official investigations declared the crash an accident. However the rumours continued. In 2011, a book by Susan Williams outlined several serious doubts about the accidental character of the crash.1 Her study led to ...
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... Powers, Angleton, Morley and Dallas William Kelly Mainstream media journalists seldom take on the delicate subject of the assassination of President Kennedy to discuss it in a serious way. An example of this was Thomas Powers' recent review of Ghost,1 Jefferson Morley's biography of James Jesus Angleton: Powers came close but doesn't know enough about the subject to do more than try – and fail – to discredit Morley and dismiss his work on the assassination as irrelevant. Morley has a careful journalistic approach and has written biographies of two central figures in the assassination. The first was Our Man in Mexico about the CIA station chief in Mexico City, Winston Scott; more recently, as ...
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... , to the best of my knowledge, we are also lacking corroborative evidence. So where does that leave us? Is Kelly's death forever to remain a mystery 13 Clare Short, An Honourable Deception? (London: Free Press, 2004) with only buffs left to pursue answers in much the same way as those intrigued by President Kennedy's assassination? Goslett confines himself to the demand for an inquest, and his fine book eloquently spells out why all of us, including Dr Kelly's family, friends and colleagues, deserve one. This, after all, was the sudden death of a highly valued public servant, one caught in a firestorm created to divert attention from a Blair ...
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... J. Michael Springmann, a State Department employee in Saudi Arabia who was pressured by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) into giving visas to some of the alleged hijackers. Nafeez Ahmed was one of the first academics to question the Bush administration's version of 9/11 events and Peter Dale Scott draws interesting parallels between them and the JFK assassination. Ray McGovern is a retired senior CIA analyst who prepared Presidential Daily Briefs on intelligence. He was recently arrested for protesting against the appointment of Gina Haskel as CIA director.4 Jenna Orkin's son was in a nearby school when the towers came down spreading their toxic dust around Lower Manhattan. She went to campaign on the hugely damaging ...
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... The View from the Bridge Robin Ramsay Thanks to Nick Must (in particular) and Garrick Alder for editorial and proof-reading assistance with this issue. * new * The higher bullshit There has been more well-intentioned nonsense written by academics about the assassination of JFK than any other subject I have looked at. A classic of the genre is Nicholas R. Nalli's recent 'Gunshot-wound dynamics model for John F. Kennedy assassination'.1 Mr Nalli is a advocate of the thesis that JFK's head went back and to the left when a bullet, fired from the rear of the motorcade, struck the back of his head. As he states in his abstract ...
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... of Pigs, for example, the CIA provided the Cuban exiles with forged copies of the Cuban twenty Peso note.26 Writing in the August 1979 edition of The Atlantic magazine, Thomas Powers' article 'Inside the Department of Dirty Tricks' (which mostly dealt with Richard Helms, the Church Committee and the mid-70s revelations of CIA assassination programmes), mentions how the CIA's infamous Operation Mongoose partly involved an element of economic warfare, including'. . . efforts to disrupt the Cuban economy by contaminating sugar exports, circulating counterfeit money and ration books, and the like. ' (emphasis added)27 Paul Staines and the 'cheesy quavers'28 In 'The View from the Bridge ...
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... Still thinking about Dallas1 Robin Ramsay On the wonderful Mary Ferrell site2 there is a list of some of the books on the Kennedy assassination that were published in 2017. Among them is a new edition of John Newman's JFK and Vietnam. I have both his Oswald and the CIA and Where Angels Tread Lightly: the Assassination of President Kennedy, Volume 1. I have read the CIA book but I have barely skimmed the Angels book. The CIA book reworks in extraordinary detail a number of the incidents in Oswald's career as a CIA agent? asset? – which isn't clear. The Angels book is about Cuba and the beginnings of the CIA's attempts to overthrow Fidel Castro. ...
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