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51. Lobster Issue 48: Contents [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... (Summer 2009) Clandestine Caucus (1996) About Lobster Subscribe See also... © 2004 Lobster Contents | Cover Image The new European order Paranoia is what the other guy has Our American problem After Iraq: some FCO/SIS Issues Iraq Historical Notes Re: Who was who? Hilda Murrell Mulling over Kintyre Di News Happy Families Bugs The Regulated Army Beyond our Ken No brainer The view from the Bridge Let my People Go! 9/11 Freedom of Information Legislation Vindication is a dish still edible cold Anthony Seldon's Blair A load of Balls NB Srebrenica Mind control 100,000 radiations Votescam 2004 Books Nixon's Shadow: The History of An Image Behind the War on Terror ...
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... tried to do things for the common good as they perceived it (within the limitations imposed by their sources of finance), behind the Republican rhetoric of freedom and Jesus are crooks, gangsters, assassins and torturers as well as their corporate sponsors. Parry discusses: Watergate (he has a new answer to the question: Why were they bugging Spencer Oliver's phone? This is discussed elsewhere in this issue.) The senior Bush's role as Republican National Committee chair during Watergate; and then as head of the CIA during the post Watergate period, notably the Team B episode which paved the way for the Second Cold War of the Reagan years. The October Surprise of 1980 and ...
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53. Election-rigging in the UK [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... once related to me a detailed account of how he had participated in successfully stealing a by-election for the Lib Dems. (The Parliamentary candidate who was elected is now dead and it would be unfair to name him). The Lib Dems had allegedly used every trick in the book: granny farming, smears, postal theft, bugging, sabotage. I asked my source whether he didn't feel just a bit guilty at having stolen a supposedly democratic election. After a moment's pause, he replied: 'No: I'm proud that we stole it better than the opposition. ' It was this activist who also explained to me why the Poll Tax was such a great electoral ...
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54. Mark Felt, Jason Blair and 'Misty Beethoven' [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... as 'news' devolves into 'entertainment'. And along comes Mr. Felt. Who is applauded, but not much examined. Who is he, other than a G-man? Well, he's the fellow who was outraged by the Watergate break-in, which (we're told) was about Nixon's evil spooks breaking into, and bugging, the Democratic National Committee at the Watergate. (Never mind that the only bugging device found inside the DNC was characterized as a broken 'toy' by Felt's own FBI that's a very different story.) Doesn't it seem a little odd that Felt should have been so outraged by James McCord's break-in at the Watergate, when ...
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55. In camera injustice [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... my security clearance. These meetings were recorded without my knowledge and the original tapes destroyed. However, transcripts of these meetings were analysed in court and used to denigrate my character. The meetings were held on 12 November 1979 and 10 June 1980, i.e . over 12 years before my arrest. All my lawyers' telephones were bugged, from the time of my arrest until after my trial ended. This meant my lawyers had to communicate clandestinely, to avoid the Prosecution discovering the Defence team's strategy. Oleg Kalugin, former Head of Soviet Counter Intelligence, was about to be the key Defence witness when he arrived at Heathrow on 30 October 1993. Kalugin was arrested ...
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56. RE: [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... accident.(8 ) A couple of points should be made, however. Stevens high-lighted the fact that a number of new eyewitnesses had been traced and interviewed, but failed to mention that most of the original witnesses had not been interviewed.(9 )He also revealed that his inquiry team had wanted to investigate the possible bugging of Diana's telephones by US intelligence services but were denied access to the records.(10)This was not enough to prevent the media from hailing the report as a triumph of fact over fiction, with Mohamed al Fayed once again being pilloried as an incorrigible fantasist.(11) For the time being the last word should perhaps ...
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57. Coach into pumpkin: some problems with Paget [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... held in US government files on Princess Diana was collected via the Echelon system because of her work with the international campaign to ban landmines .. .. .. Anybody who is politically active will eventually end up on the NSA's radar screen. ' (emphasis added) (8 ) Elsewhere in Paget we read about Diana's fear of being bugged and a statement that her private apartments were 'swept' and a possible device located. Electronic security specialist Grahame Harding was called to the Royal apartments at Kensington Palace in 1994 to help the Princess protect herself against eavesdroppers [P119], and told Paget: 'She talked about "dark forces", but other than questioning the existence of ...
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58. Sources [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... 2003.(15) The British security and intelligence services, plus police forces, local authorities and agencies such as the Serious Fraud Office made 253,500 requests for phone taps, the interception of e-mails or post in the final nine months of 2006.(16) Add this to the information that the state is now bugging lawyers speaking to clients in prisons and searching the personal possessions of visitors to prisons and we need some expression other than 'Orwellian' to describe things.(17) Going round in Cercles Joël van der Reijden has written a huge essay, nearly half a megabyte long, with over 200 footnotes, on Le Cercle, known in its ...
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59. Kiss me on the apocalypse! [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... relationship with him. This evolved from the friendship between Marcia Williams, Wilson's private secretary, and Lady Annabel Birley, who had separated from Mark Birley and was now living with Goldsmith. In July 1975, after Thatcher had become the new Conservative leader, Goldsmith met Wilson. Latching on to Wilson's concerns that his office and home were being bugged, Goldsmith volunteered his own private security company to sweep both premises, apparently finding and removing a number of listening devices.(4 ) Wilson awarded Goldsmith a knighthood in his 1976 resignation honours list, ostensibly for 'services to ecology'. This was widely believed at the time to be a euphemism for funding libel actions against Private Eye ...
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... we could help him [Recarey] out', commenting that Recarey was a strong supporter of the national and local Republican parties.(36) A waiver came through – IMC could have 80% Medicare patients. However, sadly for Recarey, he was to be indicted on bribery charges and was also to face criminal proceedings on illegal bugging charges. But before he could be tried, he fled to Venezuela, where he has lived comfortably ever since, untouched by the U.S . authorities. A clue as to why that might be lies in the strong possibility that the extra money being defrauded from Medicare was being used by Recarey to fund medical aid for the ...
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