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141. The CIA: A history of torture [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 54) Winter 2007/8 Last | Contents | Next Issue 54 The CIA: A history of torture John Newsinger On 8 March 1985 an attempt was made to assassinate one of the founders of Hizbullah, Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, by car bomb in Beirut. The attack failed in its objective, but there was some 'collateral damage'. While Fadlallah was untouched, some eighty bystanders, men, women and children, were killed and over two hundred injured. The terrorist organisation responsible for this attack was the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).(1 ) An overwhelming case can be made ...
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142. Re: [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... helped his father dispose of various paraphernalia linked to the Watergate break-in (it was put in a suitcase and dumped in a local canal). Hunt junior is also convinced that his father was one of the tramps photographed in Dallas on the day of Kennedy's killing.(12) His father never admitted to any involvement in the assassination, but did hint at some inside knowledge. He linked Lyndon Johnson with CIA agent Cord Meyer, who in turn was linked to a CIA black-ops specialist, David Morales. The latter was connected to – in Hunt's words – the 'French gunman grassy knoll' (Lucien Sarti, according to some theories). Hunt later ...
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143. Brothers, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... (Issue 54) Winter 2007/8 Last | Contents | Next Issue 54 Brothers: The hidden history of the Kennedy years David Talbot London: Simon and Schuster, 2007, h/b , £20 Another Kennedy book? Yes, but a good one. Talbot may not have anything new of substance to tell us about the assassination per se but has much new material about events before and after it. Talbot's JFK is a complex figure and while a politician, with all that entails about strategies and the primacy of electoral considerations, he was also (by American standards) a left-leaning Democrat who thought it might be possible to diminish if not actually end ...
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144. Coach into pumpkin: some problems with Paget [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... truth. But it has not told the whole truth. Indeed, there are parts of Paget that leave one reeling. Possibly the classic illustration of Paget's ability to talk around its subject comes on p. 821, which deals with Fayed's claim that: 'An assertion by the security services that they have no involvement in illegal activities such as assassinations is not credible [as] confirmed by the report of an inquiry carried out by Sir John Stevens......... ' You or I might take this as a claim that Britain's security and intelligence institutions have been involved in assassinations (the attempts to get Nasser or Lumumba spring to mind). Paget's ...
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145. 9/11: The new evidence, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... super powers. Planting the DNA evidence of the passengers – chunks of people, presumably, removed from the corpses, kept somewhere else (where?) for the purpose – if not impossible, as Henshall says, is fantastically unlikely. Even in Conspiracyland this is unlikely. This makes David Lifton's hypothesis that JFK's corpse was altered after the assassination look sensible. And Henshall must know this, really. Faced with an exhibition in Washington by the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology on their gruesome success, the hypothesis that it wasn't Flight 77 which hit the Pentagon, should be abandoned, no matter what the blurry CCTV stills or the contradictions in eyewitness testimony may or may not suggest ...
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146. Legacy of Ashes, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... Agency and its allies/proxies more or less staggering over the finishing line, just ahead of chaos and failure; and its ability to generate intelligence on its targets, especially the Soviet Union, was virtually nil. Weiner also shows the Agency always lied to the politicians and the President, nominally its bosses, and was routinely involved in assassination in its various coup plots. So: incomplete and partial, yes; but also full of fascinating bits and pieces. In any other period of the history of the American empire this would have been a sensation. To give just one tiny example, on p. 97 Weiner tells us that in advance of the coup in Guatemala ...
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147. A Bush and Botox World, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... | Contents | Next Issue 54 A Bush and Botox World Saul Landau Counterpunch (US) and AK Press (UK), 2007, p/b , $15.00 (US) and £10 (UK) Saul Landau is one of those names on the American Left that I recognise but whose work, apart from his Assassination on Embassy Row, about the murder of Letelier 25 years ago, I don't think I have ever read before – maybe one or two things on the Net from Counterpunch, the co-publisher of this book. The author blurb tells me that Landau is an Emmy-winning filmmaker and a Fellow and Board Member of the Institute ...
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148. Spy Wars, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... 2007, h/b , £18.99 Begley was one of James Angleton's allies in CIA counterintelligence and this book is the Angletonian view of the Nosenko case, one of the touchstones or causes célèbres of the CIA in the post-war era. Briefly, Nosenko was a KGB officer who defected to the Americans just after JFK's assassination, having been in contact with the CIA before it. All defectors were treated with suspicion because both sides of the Spy versus Spy game of the Cold War sent false defectors to the other side. Having defected, Nosenko told his CIA hosts that, inter alia, he had been in charge of the Oswald file in the Soviet ...
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149. Someone would have talked, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... magazine.co.uk (Issue 53) Summer 2007 Last | Contents | Next Issue 12 Someone would have talked Larry Hancock Texas: JFK Lancer Productions and Publications, 2006; $35.00, h/back, ISBN 0-9774657-1 -3 , Faced with the vast pile of data which now constitutes the JFK assassination literature, an author – a serious author, at any rate; and Hancock is serious – has to chose a path s/he is going to follow through it, a hypothesis. In the first section of this book Hancock follows the anti-Castro Cuban thread, which has pretty much become the consensus view among JFK researchers ...
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150. RE: [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... in the programme was outspoken barrister Michael Shrimpton, whose flamboyant behaviour may not have won over many converts to the 'Kelly was murdered' camp. An earlier outing on The Alex Jones Show,(17) however, had allowed him another opportunity to air his views. Shrimpton put forward the possibility that the ' tasking for [Kelly's] assassination... was generated in the UK, went to Paris, was then OK'd in Paris [The] operational agency for the assassination was DGSE'. The DGSE, according to Shrimpton, ' in order to false-flag the assassination, should their team be discovered, used Iraqi intelligence assets from the Iraqi Mukhabarat agency that ...
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