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... , FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover launched a broad program to collect intelligence about subversive activities in the United States. He focused on communism and fascism, two totalitarian ideologies whose popular appeal soared during the Great Depression. His agents began compiling lists of subscribers to radical and foreign language newspapers, and then wiretapping the phones and reading the private cables of antiwar leaders. Before long, the FBI was tapping the phones of key Republican leaders as well.1 9 Even the President's passionately liberal wife, Eleanor, came under Hoover's close scrutiny. FBI informants kept the bureau apprised of her many social and political associates 18 Flynt and Eisenbach, One Nation Under Sex, pp. 88 ...
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62. Beware the proven lawyer! [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... 1971). London & New York: W. W. Norton, 1996. A whole host of actual witnesses was called, running from Buell Wesley Frazier and Lyndal L. Shaneyfelt for the prosecution, to Cyril Wecht and Bill Newman for the defence. The TV jury found for Bugliosi whereas a telephone poll of viewers conducted by Showtime Cable TV in the States showed an overwhelming 85% finding for Spence: that is, Oswald not guilty. See further, Reclaiming History, p.xvi et seq. Also, Anthony Frewin, The Assassination of John F. Kennedy: An Annotated Film, TV, and Videography, 1963-1992 (Westport, CT: Greenwood ...
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... for a year. Wildeblood wrote a good first-hand account of the case, Against the Law (London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1955) which details the unscrupulousness and severity with which the prosecution pursued the case. He also offers some explanation on pp. 45-6 . On 25th October 1953 the Sydney Morning Telegraph published a cable from its London correspondent, Donald Horne, about a police and Home Office plan to 'smash homosexuality in London'. The details presented to the Australian readers were rather fuller than those presented to the British public who had merely heard from Home Secretary Sir David Maxwell-Fyffe, that a 'new drive against male vice' was needed. ...
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64. The Clandestine Caucus (1996) [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... she found no evidence at all of any national, co-ordinated organisation.122 119 Keating, PhD thesis, p. 350 120 Ferris, p. 85. Engineering Voice, March 1969, reported a two-day conference of the Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, at which were H. E. Matthews, a director of Cable and Wireless and some time director of IRIS, and Andy McKeown of IRIS. Keating quotes McKeown as suggesting that originally IRIS was anti- Catholic because 'Freemasonry' had a 'strong hold' on the organisation, and claiming that the man who initially ran IRIS, Charles Sonnex, was a Mason! 121 One of those who believes there ...
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... by the KCIA to aid Moon's attempted takeover of the Diplomat National Bank in New York; (122) the near launching of an anti-Japanese demonstration in Washington by Moonies under KCIA direction; (123) the establishment of numerous UC-controlled businesses in South Korea with Park's support; (124) the use of official Korean embassy cable channels by Pak; (125) and the mutual KCIA-UC involvement in the founding of the International Federation for Victory over Communism (IFVC) and its U.S . affiliate, the Freedom Leadership Foundation (FLF). (126) From this brief synthesis of masses of evidence uncovered by the Fraser Subcommittee, two firm ...
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