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... and all agencies that possess this technology operate within the law and under proper supervision, so that we never cross over that abyss. That is the abyss from which there is no return. '116 * Jonathan Marshall is author or co-author of five books, including The Lebanese Connection: Corruption, Civil War, and the International Drug Traffic (Stanford, 2012); Cocaine Politics: Drugs, Armies, and the CIA in Central America (University of California, 1998); and The Iran-Contra Connection: Secret Teams and Covert Operations in the Reagan Era (South End Press, 1987). Books cited Apostolidis, Paul and Juliet Williams, eds. ...
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... , which failed disastrously. Eventually he earned enough money from a private craps game to open his own investigative and public relations firm in 1954.7 Maheu used his relationship with other former federal agents to land his first regular client: the CIA's Office of Security. That branch handled many of the Agency's most sensitive and illegal operations, including drug testing and mind-control experiments; domestic surveillance of antiwar activists; and even covert investigations of national columnist Jack Anderson. Most controversially, as we will soon see, it also oversaw plots to kill foreign heads of state. One of the key Watergate burglars, James McCord, had recently retired from a senior position in the Office ...
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... about things he had written. This began a conversation that has continued. Of course I could not hope to conduct a serious conversation with someone about their ideas without having read what they had already committed to paper. Hence I began with his The Phoenix Program (1990). I then read both of his books on the US government's drug organisations, The Strength of the Wolf (2006) about the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, and The Strength of the Pack (2010) about the Drug Enforcement Agency, and was pleased to review them online. When Open Road Media, under the direction of Mark Crispin Miller, republished The Phoenix Program as the first in its e ...
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... Powell, the terrorist threat was not high on the Republican White House agenda before 9/11. Boosting missile defence and getting rid of Saddam Hussein, he said, were the principal concerns of Vice-President Cheney and his old friend Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.63 Ashcroft also appears to have had his focus elsewhere – 'violent crime and drugs', according to a witness to a conversation between Ashcroft and FBI director Louis Freeh in the spring of 2001. Nonetheless it was reported in July that the Attorney General was no longer taking commercial flights. No explanation of that was ever given.6 4 This Bush administration position doesn't seem to have changed by summer. Bush, ...
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... p2p-87313669/>. junky. It was being manufactured in Hull by Reckitt and Colman, whose scientists had developed it. At the time it was being written about as 'non-addictive morphine'.5 4 One of the night cleaners at the Reckitt's factory began stealing it, selling the pills for 50p each, and Hull drug-users began crushing, dissolving and injecting it. It was, said my junky acquaintance, 'better than any £5 bag of smack' he'd ever bought. Because the pills had the Reckitt and Colman logo of the shield on them, Hull's temgesic users joked that they were 'Doing Dettol'.5 5 But the man stealing ...
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... -amazon.com/ images/I /81yig-6M-SL.jpg>. to assassinate former President Somoza',1 1 Banks subsequently disappeared while on compassionate leave from Coldingley prison in Surrey. He was recaptured in late 1981.1 2 Ever one to follow a trend, Banks was involved in a Customs and Excise drugs sting in the 1990s.1 3 Much more recently he has been touting a story that 'western intelligence agencies actually wanted the bombing to take place' of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.14 Not all mercenaries were chancers and blaggers. There are the 'gentlemen' professional soldiers, who came to be exemplified by Mike Hoare ...
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... Indeed, Giustozzi writes that, according to sources, 'some 90 per cent of the recruits have been illiterate, with the remaining 10 per cent almost entirely not educated beyond primary school'. As he points out, in Afghanistan, 'a high school diploma is not a guarantee of functional literacy'. And many of the soldiers are regular drug users, with some US estimates claiming that 'up to 80-85 per cent' are drug users in some areas, and that 'even senior officers are sometimes reported to be using drugs'. Why was the quality of recruits so poor? Only those who could find no other work even contemplated enlisting and, once they had enlisted ...
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18. Mexico missive (Winter 2016) [Free Article]
... would rapidly grind to a halt. Coming from a country where the official minimum daily wage is approximately $4 .25,4 both legal and illegal immigrant Mexican workers are ripe for exploitation. Additionally, any 'wall' that might be raised along the remaining undefended southern border would play into the hands of the most organised and technically able drugs cartels. By this I mean the gangs that already have tunnels that run underneath the border at multiple urban locations all along the frontier.5 In the eventuality that a 'wall' is built, the cartels – who are involved in people smuggling as well as drug smuggling – would be able to hike their prices to astronomical levels. ...
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... 1970; and, conclusively, a copy of the Daily Telegraph refers to the previous month's Audited Bureau of Circulations figures as 'August 1970'. In the conditioning scene, in which A Clockwork Orange's anti-hero Alex is being brainwashed into renouncing violence, the head scientist (Dr Brodsky) says the following lines: 'Very soon now the drug will cause the subject to experience a death-like paralysis together with deep feelings of terror and helplessness. One of our earlier test subjects described it as being like death, a sense of stifling and drowning [. .. ] ' These lines are not from Burgess's novel, which Kubrick used as the basis of his screenplay ( ...
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20. Holding pattern [Free Article]
... from the UN) that she claimed in 1978 she would publish in her autobiography, along with details of a 'plot to discredit Jack Kennedy'. If Novotny is the redacted person, it shows exactly how sensitive the whole business still is, even after 50 years. [Novotny was found dead in her bed in 1983, an apparent drugs overdose.] So, Rusk passed the FBI's intelligence to the CIA director, who used it to do.....precisely nothing. The memo indicates that McCone's only reaction was to change the subject of the conversation to the then recently disappeared Kim Philby. The CIA is the 'dog that didn't bark' in the Profumo ...
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