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211. Still hazy after all these years [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... this book. ' (6 ) But how far should we take seriously information acquired from informants in prison? And Marcello didn't confess'; he boasted of having it done, as have other Mafia figures. This confession' is merely a factor in one of the puzzles: how many assassination plots were there? Before he died former CIA officer and Watergate plumber', E. Howard Hunt, seemed to be talking of there being several plots;(7 ) and there are fragments of apparent advance information – for example: Milteer, Cheramie, Martino, maybe even Marita Lorenz's apparently improbable story – suggesting there was more than one. This seems to be tak- ...
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212. Tittle-Tattle [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... close on the Godson family who have featured regularly in Lobster over the years? Father of the clan, Joe, was Hugh Gaitskell's ally at the US embassy and in an active retirement from the diplomatic service continued to influence British politicians through his work at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies. One son Roy, a close friend of CIA chief William Casey, continued in a similar line of work with British trade unionists, while also having a hand in the Iran-Contra affair. Other son Dean, whose journalistic career at The Daily Telegraph prospered mightily under Conrad Black after serving as a defence assistant in the Reagan Administration, wrote a biography of David Trimble, and ...
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213. On the Trail of the JFK Assassins [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... when the assassination returned to the stage, some of them generated by the Garrison inquiry, none of which ultim-ately amount to much. Russell reports on the inquiry by Senator Schweiker and the House Investigation; interviews Gerry Hemmings; and the first HSCA director, Richard Sprague, on the politics of the HSCA; discusses the death of CIA big-wig Paisley; accumulates a fair bit of Garrisonia; gives us more about Nagell; discusses Oswald qua Manchurian candi-date; and interviews MK Ultra's Sydney Gottleib. Russell is a journalist, and a good one to judge by the evidence presented here. It is easy to understand how Nagell's style of offering tantalising fragments, ...
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214. Terrorism and Intelligence in Australia [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... But I am probably being unduly picky. This is a far better and more complete version of Australia's political police than we have had from any British academic looking at our MI5. For example, his account of the dismissal of the Whitlam government, though cautious by the standards of the Australian left, does refer to the role of the CIA in funding the opposition parties and leaning on ASIO.(6 ) Will the academic version of MI5 for this period (should there ever be one) be as forthcoming about the Wilson plots'? Notes A decent recent summary of those events, The Hidden Australia – a secret recent History of the Whitlam Dismissal', is available ...
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215. Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Cold War [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... and 1947 he was warning the Americans of an imminent Russian invas-ion of Italy. And, of course, in the 1948 elections in Italy, the Vatican threw all of its resources, both spiritual and material, into the battle with the Left. As is well known, the Vatican acted as a conduit for the transfer of CIA funds to the Christian Democrats. As for the pope's audacious ratline venture', Phayer argues that it was once again his anti-Communism that lay behind the operation. As far as Pius was con-cerned, Nazi war criminals were first and foremost anti-Communists and this was more important than any mass murder they might have ...
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216. The gentleman in velvet [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 56) Winter 2008/9 Last | Contents | Next Issue 56 The gentleman in velvet James Jesus Angleton The CIA and the craft of counterintelligence Michael Holzman Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2008, p/b , $28.95 Of all the figures in the Anglo-American spy world that we have been made aware of in the last 40 years, James Jesus Angleton was the most glamorous: the chain-smoking, the orchid-growing, the poetry-writing – here was the antithesis of the dull, one-dimensional plodders in the FBI (or, for that ...
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217. Re: [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... in the High Court after a legal ruling rejected the argument that the Investigatory Powers Tribunal has exclusive jurisdiction to try human rights claims against the intelligence services.(6 ) Happy families The journal Qualitative Inquiry has published a special issue focusing on Harold Lloyd Goodall, Jr. 's book A need to know: the clandestine history of a CIA family (Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press, 2006). By locating his narrative within scholarship dedicated to family secrecy and to cultural histories of the cold war and war on terror [Goodall] connects the long term consequences of growing up in a family marked by secrecy and fear to the long term consequences of a people ...
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218. Britain spinning in the Sibel Edmonds web [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... later replaced in London by another, SMB Europe Ltd., in 1994. Siddiqui also went on separately to form his own front company in 1995, Orland Europe Ltd. Given that the official story regarding BCCI, namely that it was to be the honeytrap' for black market, illegal and terrorist operations, we might assume that the CIA was at this point aware of Siddiqui, if not the network itself. On 11 January 1999, H. M. Customs agent Maxine Crook paid Orland Europe a visit, following a tip off from MI6. She testified later that the purpose of her visit was to inform Siddiqui about export regulations (including exports for which licences would ...
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219. Here, there and everywhere [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 56) Winter 2008/9 Last | Contents | Next Issue 56 Here, there and everywhere Barry and the boys The CIA, the Mob and America's Secret History Daniel Hopsicker Venice (Florida): The Madcow Press, 2006, $19.95, p/b Barry is Barry Seal and the boys' are the CIA. There is a decent Wiki entry for Seal which conveys the outlines of his extraordinary life as a pilot, large-scale drug smuggler and, finally and fatally, government informant. Hopsicker goes into much more detail and ends up with Seal as a kind of ...
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220. The view from the bridge [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... the Governmental Affairs Institute, the embassy clearly indicated that it was possible that she would become the first female PM of Britain. ' This raises two points. The minor one is that this supports Gordon Winter. For in his memoir Inside BOSS, Winter describes (p . 186) a 1968 meeting with Cecil Eprille a employee of the CIA front, Forum World Features, whom he quotes as saying, There's a feeling in America that she could become Britain's first woman prime minister', and suggesting that Winter do some detailed research about her and write a feature for Forum World Features. The significant one is to what extent is the American embassy's description of someone as she ...
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