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... these experiments on humans, Frank Olsen began to show the signs of distress. As acting chief of the Special Operations Division for some months during 1952-53, Olsen had access to all information concerning the developments of the arsenal of toxic substances in the CIA.(12) After a trip to Paris and Norway, Olsen told his boss, Lt. Colonel Ruwet, that he was so unhappy that he would prefer to be discharged or fired to carrying on with his work. This led to a memo being issued within Fort Detrick initiating an investigation into 'a possible breach of security after a trip to Paris and Norway'.(13) Olsen knew too much. ...
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92. Joseph K and the spooky launderette [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... CMLR 619. Bonsignore, Case 67/94 (1975) ECR 297; (1975) 1 CMLR 472 Bouchereau Case 30/77 (1977) ECR 1999; (1977) 2 CMLR 800 Royer, para 3 of the Ruling It has emerged recently from the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission, that a standard technique used by BOSS in the eighties and early nineties was the chemical inducement of a 'stroke' or 'heart attack'. Press reports have stated that these chemicals were probably developed by the British at Porton Down and given to the South Africans. In which capacity he appointed the judge who stitched-up Colin Wallace's trial. I later found out this to ...
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... -1950, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1981, p. 165. On ACUE see Hersh pp. 255 - 257. Coleman p. 16 Ninkovich p. 164 Warner ibid. p. 5 Francis Stonor Saunders, Who Paid the Piper? The CIA and the Cultural Cold War, forthcoming. Warner p. 3. Braden's boss was Wisner but it was Allen Dulles as CIA Deputy Director who gave the go-ahead for IOD, and Braden worked directly under Dulles. Wisner's 'forte was blowing up bridges' and not cultural affairs. Also the proposed IOD 'crossed geographical lines' in the CIA administration, making it unpopular with some section chiefs. Braden p. ...
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94. Steady as she goes: Labour and the spooks [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... | Contents | Next Issue 35 Steady as she goes: Labour and the spooks Patriots not sneaks After a year of New Labour I feel beholden to write something on this subject, but what is there worth saying that isn't blindingly and depressingly obvious and predictable? Jack Straw, who took over as Home Secretary, and thus formally as the boss of MI5, is determined to sedate any sleeping dogs he comes across. When former MI5 officer, David Shayler, turned up bearing bad news about MI5, Straw bolted for respectability, proving a worthy inheritor of the Labour tradition of grovelling towards our secret servants exemplified by Merlyn Rees in the Callaghan Government. David Aaronovitch in the Independent ...
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95. Sources [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... was trying to publish an article critical of Stasi, the East German intelligence agency. She, like many people they treated like expendable serfs, kept quiet -- for the good of the left. But we believe that injustice is injustice no matter what ideology is cynically used to justify it. And like all workers -- whether their bosses are gloating capitalists or self-righteous leftists -- we live under a system that uses labor and then dismisses the laborer at will. We also now understand in our guts that it is the people who own the presses who have freedom of the press. The irony is painful and the experience has left us angry and profoundly disappointed ...
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... Murrin wrote to them with allegations. 22 June Murrin phoned Melanie Hardy to set up a meeting between Hardy and Peter Hounam of The Sunday Times. On the same day, he discussed with Paul Halloran arrangements for meeting Owen Oyston in London in July. He also received a telephone call from detective Chris More who had been shadowing model agency boss Peter Martin and reported that Martin was 'said to be involved forming companies for Oyston. ' 23 June Murrin and Hounam of The Sunday Times met Melanie Hardy. She told them an Oyston firm, Advertee Ltd., was run from Martin's office, that Martin was said to have had a homosexual relationship with Chris Quinton of Coronation Street ...
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97. Sources [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... 1991 deposition of Richard Brenneke, a pilot who claims to have flown missions for the Contras (which has not been seriously challenged) and to have been involved in the so-called 'October Surprise' events (which has). The part of the deposition reproduced by PFP alleges, as the subhead has it, 'Richard Brenneke puts mob boss John Gotti and CIA boss Donald Gregg in the middle of contra drug operations at Mena Airport. ' The March/April issue contains another important piece by Daniel Brandt, whose essay on the CIA-drugs story is reproduced above, documenting the American feminist Gloria Steinhem's early (1958) activities on behalf of the CIA in the great ...
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98. Pipe Dreams: the CIA, Drugs, and the Media [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... great that only major chapters in the CIA's long association with drugs can be mentioned. Still, as a big picture, it's better than nothing -- which is what official sources and investigations, and well-heeled publishers and producers, threaten to give us. In the beginning was the mob Back in 1936, Lucky Luciano, the boss of Mafia drug and prostitution rackets in New York City, was finally convicted as a result of Thomas Dewey's prosecution, and sentenced to thirty to fifty years. But in 1942 the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) asked Meyer Lansky to seek Luciano's assistance in getting New York waterfront workers to watch out for enemy agents and activity. ...
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... represented until last year by Symons at the FDA. A third trade unionist with long-standing US connections was an early participant in the Successor network. He is John Lloyd, then of the electricians' union, the EEPTU, as it was called at the time of his participation in the 1987 conference.(5 ) Lloyd's successive bosses at the union, Frank Chapple and Eric Hammond, are long-standing anti-Communist, pro-NATO figures in the trade union movement. Both were active in the US-funded Labour Committee for Transatlantic Understanding and Alan Lee Williams's European Working Group at the CSIS in Washington.(6 ) The only other figure with a ...
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... -looking man romancing among the political lower orders. The KGB man, under cover at the Soviet embassy, bought her lunch, then he bought her lunch again and asked her to get some documents for him, Labour Party policy documents, the kind that would have been sent to the Soviet Embassy on request. Betty Boothroyd told her boss; her boss called in MI5. But the MI5 officer misread her, and tried to recruit her to spy on some Labour MPs. She refused. MI5 did what they do so well: they bad-mouthed her at the Foreign Office and she was banned from working there. (The head of MI5 told Harold Wilson that ...
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