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501. More JFK Assassination books [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... was traced to a professor there, George Gordon Wing, who had purchased it in April 1963 from Cecil Bernard Smith, a friend of LBJ's, who had endowed UT with five chairs in Mexican and Latin American Studies. Batholomew doesn't prove this Rambler was the one in Dealey Plaza but he explores the LBJ, right-wing, and CIA connections on campus and in this part of Texas to great effect. Inconclusive and fascinating. Benson, Michael. Who's Who in the JFK Assassination: An A-Z Encyclopedia. New York: Citadel Press, 1993. xviii and 511pps. Bibliography. I've been trying to figure out who this book is aimed at. Hard- ...
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... that the affair developed because of French secret service attempts to disinform the Germans about the state of French military development. In other words, false documents were leaked to the Germans; and the authenticity of the disinformation was bolstered by charging Dreyfus with the leak! A modern myth?In a piece about the arrest of Soviet agent in the CIA, Rick Ames, the Sunday Telegraph, 27 February, 1994, said that Ames 'recruited Soviet agents, ruthlessly betraying at least 10, knowing they would be shot or, like Oleg Penkofsky, lowered slowly into a well stoked furnace while colleagues were forced to watch. ' As far as I am aware, this story about the ...
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... of the Church Committee. The disinformation mills set to work and Fonzi began to work through false trails from Clare Booth Luce, Frank Sturgis, Marita Lorenz, and Mitch Werbell. Then he met Syliva Odio; and from her the anti-Castro Cuban leader of Alpha 66, Antonio Veciana -- and from Veciana he heard of the CIA officer Veciana worked with, 'Maurice Bishop', identified tentatively as David Attlee Phillips. He was then hired to work for the House Select Committee on Assassinations -- the subject of the second half of the book. He describes the attacks on original chief counsel Richard Sprague -- and his own education in bureaucratic politics. For example ...
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... kind of successor to Chapman Pincher. The Whitehall warriors feed him stuff, he writes it up for the paper -- the traditional role of the British 'defence correspondents', famously the captives of their Whitehall sources. In fact this is more interesting than I expected. In this instance Adams has persuaded some of the big cheeses from the CIA and the Russian intelligence service to talk to him, as well as SIS and MI5, and the result is a kind of survey of the new world disorder. I'm not very interested in, or knowledgeable about, the current state of the CIA or the Russian service, and skipped through most of that. It might be true ...
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505. Sources: Journals [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... , and he 'now covers both the January openings and the monthly New Lists. ' Steamshovel Press President Kennedy with the late Mary Meyer I lifted the picture from the front cover of Steamshovel Press Number Ten. It shows President Kennedy with the late Mary Meyer, in September 1963. Mary Pinchot Meyer was then separated from her husband, senior CIA officer Cord Meyer, one of the OSS members who became the first dominating clique within the Agency. (I'd never seen a picture of Mary Meyer before.) The picture illustrates the second part of a long essay entitled 'The High and the Mighty: JFK, MPM, LSD and the CIA', the first part of which ...
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... another and from one minister to another. One of the failures of the government at the time of the Falklands episode was that information of actions taken by my noble friend Lord Callaghan with regard to the Argentine were not passed on until it was far too late.... ' (col 1052) 'It was a member of the CIA, a man called Angleton, who did great harm in this country under the "dirty tricks" campaign. ' (col 1053) Rinka RIP Curious piece in the Daily Telegraph, 26 November, 1993, reporting that Andrew Newton, now known as Hann Redwin, one of the people at the centre of the Jeremy Thorpe scandal ...
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507. ELF, microwaves, etc. update [Lobster #27 (Jun 1994)]
... great detail. I notified John Alexander's superiors at Los Alamos National Laboratories. ' On 28 September 1993 Alexander sent a memo to a Gilbert Ortiz titled 'FOIA [Freedom of Information] requests by "Dr Victorian"'. In it Alexander complains about Victorian's success in getting information and notes on p. 2, 'I have learned that the CIA has asked both British Intelligence and the police to assist in resolving problems' with Victorian. This may or may not have anything to do with the fact that Victorian no longer has a telephone. Last year British Telecom presented him with a quarterly bill for "5 ,000! (His usual bill was a couple of hundred. ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 26) December 1993 Last | Contents | Next Issue 26 Eclipse: the last days of the CIA Mark Perry William Morrow and Co, New York, 1992 I'm not even sure if this has actually been published in the U.K .: I'd never heard of it until this copy turned up in my local library with a UK price stuck over the dollar price, suggesting a few were imported. This should have been sub-titled 'The Politics of the CIA in the 1980s'. I've read this twice, the second time to check that my initial perception that this was a very ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 128  -  01 Dec 1993  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue26/lob26-15.htm
... a spook, working for the British and American intelligence services. Crozier would deny that he worked for anybody: 'at all times I remained independent, executing only tasks that were in line with my own objectives. '( pp. xii, xiii) But on p. xii of the preface he tells us he 'worked with' the CIA, MI6 and IRD; on p. 20 he tells that briefings he had been getting from an MI6 officer secured for him the job as editor of the Economist's Foreign Report; on p. 51 he writes of a 'part-time consultancy for IRD'; and on p. 86 that IRD 'put an office at [his ...
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510. Updating and Ongoing [Lobster #26 (Dec 1993)]
... the British serious papers in 1984/85. At the time the Greek government of Papendreou was trying to reduce the size of its domestic spy apparatus and that seemed the likely proximate cause. I think I was probably wrong about that. In his Eclipse (reviewed in this issue) Mark Perry reveals (p . 43) that the CIA were angry with the Greek government because (a ) they had released from jail two people the U.S . thought were terrorists, and (b ) they had then expelled the CIA deputy chief of station for illegally searching the apartment of the girl friend of one of the suspected terrorists. Perry describes the fury of CIA chief ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 34  -  01 Dec 1993  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue26/lob26-08.htm
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