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... The Research Centre has got Brussel's files and promises to make them available to other researchers - for an appropriate donation. If you write, send a couple of dollars to cover postage back. February 1990 saw the first issue of new parapolitical newsletter, Conflict:the Dorff Report. The first issue was 8 pages, mostly about the Kennedy assassination. Annual subs are $29.00 for 12 issues, to Robert Dorff Auctioneers Inc., 223 S. Beverley Drive, Suite 202- A, Beverley Hills, CA 90212. The first issue is an interesting beginning, but no more. The second promises to reproduce the text of CIA Document 1035-960, the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 May 1990  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue19/lob19-12.htm
102. Truth Twisting: notes on disinformation [Lobster #19 (May 1990)]
... 'transnational security organisation', little has been heard of the man or of the progress of the group. Crozier's last known action -- yet another attempt to discredit the Institute for Policy Studies, the Washington-based liberal think tank with an Amsterdam offshoot, the Transnational Institute -- was a costly failure. IPS director Orlando Letelier was assassinated in 1976 by the Chilean DINA and CIA-linked Cuban exiles. Then in 1980 Moss and de Borchgrave referred to left-wing Washington and Amsterdam institutes funded by the KGB in their execrable 'novel' The Spike - until IPS lawyers forced changes in the text. In 1984 Crozier wrote to the Spectator attacking IPS director Richard Barnet ( ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 6  -  01 May 1990  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue19/lob19-06.htm
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 20) November 1990 Last | Contents | Next Issue 20 Dean Andrews' testimony to the Warren Commission The strangest thing about Jim Garrison's recent book on his investigation of the assassination is the fact that he never mentions Clay Shaw's homosexuality. This is about par for the course, for the number of gay men in and around the assassination -- Shaw, David Ferrie, J. Edgar Hoover -- is rarely commented on. To this list I would add Jack Ruby, who never married, lived with young men, owned a strip club yet never apparently showed any interest in the young women ...
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... Oswald left New Orleans for Mexico City to visit the Cuban and Soviet Embassies. He re-entered the United States on 3rd October and headed for Dallas. On November 24th he was shot dead by Jack Ruby. Clay Shaw, Jim Garrison (and others)In mid-February 1967, nearly three and a half years after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, news reports emanating from New Orleans claimed that the local district attorney, Jim Garrison, was investigating the President's murder. Within a week Garrison was holding a press conference and claiming that he had 'positively solved the assassination of John F. Kennedy'. On the day the news of Garrison's investigation broke in ...
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... rebellions against Sukarno. These operations were nominally covert, even though an American plane and pilot were captured, and the CIA efforts were accompanied by an offshore task force of the U.S . Seventh Fleet. (35) In 1975 a Senate Select Committee studying the CIA discovered what it called 'some evidence of CIA involvement in plans to assassinate President Sukarno'; but, after an initial investigation of the November 1957 assassination attempt at Cikini, the Committee did not pursue the matter. (36) On August 1, 1958, after the failure of the CIA-sponsored PRRI-Permesta regional rebellions against Sukarno, the U.S . began an upgraded military assistance program ...
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... Timewatch programme about conspiracy theories were deeply flawed. When historians test a theory they should concern themselves not only with the forensic details but with its fundamental plausibilty; and this can only be gauged by placing the events the hypothesis seeks to explain in a wider historical context. Remarkably, for example, Andrew suggested that the international obsession with the assassination of John F. Kennedy was a good example of unhealthy interest in conspiracies. Now while the actual circumstances of the murder may be difficult to determine we can ascertain that the President had enemies in the CIA and in the Mafia. (90) This does not mean that the CIA and the Mafia killed Kennedy: but it does ...
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107. Miscellaneous Publications [Lobster #21 (May 1991)]
... to be true (but cannot yet prove) concerning Rudolph Hess and the doppelganger imprisoned in Spandau. In other words, this is the most complete version yet of the 'peace plots' circa 1940/1 . Kippax interweaves the 1940/1 period with the events surrounding the death of 'Hess' in Spandau, alleging that the doppelganger was assassinated by the British state. Anyone who has read Fred Holroyd's memoir, War Without Honour will also notice that the central narrative character is based on Holroyd's experience. At a distance of 12,000 miles Owen Wilkes appears to be New Zealand's leading radical journalist, of great output and high accuracy. Wilkes was the author of the piece ...
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... the most media attention for its external influence operations in the U.S ., its primary function has always been to suppress dissent within South Korea. (57) In its efforts to intimidate the Korean population and eliminate political opposition, it relies upon the standard gamut of secret police techniques, including heavy-handed surveillance, kidnapping, assassination, infiltration, provocation, 'emergency' arrest and imprisonment, and both physical and psychological torture. (58) The expanded operational sphere of the KCIA was demonstrated as early as 1962, when Kim supervised the creation of the rigidly-centralized 'civilian' Minju Kongwa Tang (Democratic Republican Party, or DRP) for Park and installed himself ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  01 May 1991  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue21/lob21-01.htm
109. Wallace on Pincher on Wallace [Lobster #21 (May 1991)]
... would have had easy access to the Press. Even Pincher must realise that it would have been very easy for the Army to exclude me from the Headquarters had they really wanted to do so. p. 176 'Seemingly unable to desist from meddling, Wallace says that in July 1976 he wrote to Airey Neave, the MP who was later assassinated by the IRA in the precincts of Parliament. He claims that speeches which Neave made were based on material which he supplied. ' As Airey Neave's letters to me show, I contacted Airey Neave at his request in 1976. I do not simply 'claim' that Mr Neave used my material in speeches: a letter to me from ...
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... people interested. RR Museum Street Michael Wall Manderin, Auckland, New Zealand, $( NZ)15 The death of Labour Prime Minister Norm Kirk in August 1974 began a rather wierd period in New Zealand politics. Kirk died while we were still digesting the Watergate scandals, before the major Watergate-related disclosures about CIA dirty work and assassinations, and before the CIA- assisted "Kerr coup' against Gough Whitlam in Australia. Even so, many people close to Kirk believed he was murdered. He was a very sick man, certainly, but he should not have died from what made him sick. Then there was the arrest, trial and acquittal under the Official ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 28  -  01 Nov 1991  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue22/lob22-04.htm
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