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... has been a spy for much of his life. According to Soviet intelligence officers, he is a CIA officer who taught at the US intelligence school in Garmisch Partenkirchen, West Germany- a sort of West Point for spooks. Subsequently, he worked at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow- until he was de-clared persona non grata for suspected espionage activities. Kicked out of the Soviet Union, he went to work for Radio Liberty, a CIA-created and financed propaganda network based in Munich. There, he was Deputy Director of the Soviet Analysis and Broadcasting Section.(52) More recently, Lodeesen was recommended for work with a CIA cover in Hawaii.(53) In ...
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82. Justice Delayed [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... reveal facts about the CIA's use of LSD as a weapon of war in various foreign and domestic political 'compromise and discredit' operations it has launched over the years. While the spectre of MKULTRA has faded, this important case of Justice Delayed ought to be followed very closely, for it will remind all Americans of the contempt in which its espionage establishment holds the average citizen. It should never be forgotten that it was the CIA that sprinkled LSD throughout society in the 1950s, or that the CIA has played a central role in creating and sustaining America's drug dependent society. Last| Contents| Next ...
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83. Web Update [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... /index.shtml Intelligence links including to MKULTRA, TEMPEST surveillance and how to prevent it. FBI FOIA Homepage http://www.fbi.gov/foipa/foipa.htm Introduction: history of FOIA pertaining to FBI Electronic Reading Room- cases from the FBI FOIPA reading room, under categories including Famous Persons (eg John Lennon, Trotsky); Historical Interest; Espionage (eg the Rosenbergs); Violent Crime; Unusual Phenomena (eg cattle mutilation, Majestic 12, Project Blue Book, Roswell). Pdf format. Security Service Homepage http://www.mi5.gov.uk Official website of the Security Service. Info from recent official booklet (pdf files), and how to contact (phoneline 0171 930 9000 ...
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84. Echelon [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... be either scaled down, or become more open and accountable. Such concerns have been privately expressed by governments and MEPs since the Cold War, but surveillance has continued to expand. US intelligence activity in Britain has enjoyed a steady growth throughout the past two decades. The principal motivation for this rush of development is the US interest in commercial espionage. In the Fifties, during the development of the 'special relationship' between America and Britain, one US institution was singled out for special attention. The NSA, the world's biggest and most powerful signals intelligence organisation, received approval to set up a network of spy stations throughout Britain. Their role was to provide military, diplomatic and ...
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... last few years MI5 has come out on top, replacing the Soviet 'threat' with the terrorist 'threat', and actually expanding its personnel, while MI6 and GCHQ are tightening (pretty generous) belts. Let's hope the IRA, the animals rights movement, Green Anarchist and the anti-roads campaigners are suitably flattered to be the equivalent of the espionage services of a super-power! For all the welcome candour of some of his interviewees, there are still corns that Urban won't tread on. The whole 'Wilson plots' revelations of 1986-89, thousands of column inches, the major cause of our present increased understanding of the British spooks, is evaded with a brief reference to the Peter Wright ...
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86. I Couldn't Paint Golden Angels (Book review) [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... Spanish) political underground since the war and the book is thus dotted with interesting fragments about the area where the state, the intelligence services and political activity overlap. There are little bits of new information or perspectives, for example, on Will Owen, the Labour MP who was ripping-off the Czechs and got done (but acquitted) for espionage; the attempting framing of Peter Hain; agent provocateurs in the labour movement; the 'Angry Brigade'; Searchlight magazine, and the role of state agents here, there and everywhere. (I know nothing about Spanish history and just skipped those sections.) The book as whole is an interesting account of the post-war British left, ...
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87. The CIA and radiation experiments on humans [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... array of human behaviour research. Technically, MKULTRA was closed in 1964, but some of its programs remained active under project MKSEARCH well into the 1970s. MKULTRA was run by the Technical Services Staff (TSS), which is also known as Technical Services Division (TSD). The main purpose of these programs was their potential use in espionage and covert operations. In 1973, tipped-off about forthcoming investigations, Richard Helms, then Director of Central Intelligence, ordered the destruction of any MKULTRA records. In 1976, in testimony to the Church Committee, Helms confessed that 'there had been relationships with outsiders in government agencies and other organizations' and that 'these would be sensitive in this ...
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88. Surf's up! Internet sites of interest [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... Menu includes links to Army, Navy, Air Force, also publications, and a search facility (database of defence information sources). Also link to Gulflink (see below). FBI http://www.fbi.gov/ Menu includes overview of the FBI, FAQs, and FBI investigations including the unabomber, Oklahoma City and DECA programme (espionage, counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism awareness) Los Alamos National Laboratory http://www.lanl.gov/ Details of some of the extensive range of research work undertaken at LANL, eg nuclear weapons, computer simulation, environmental technology, explosives technology, human genome project, HIV sequence database, military systems analysis and simulation. Freeedom of Information A Citizens Guide ...
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89. Spy Master: The Betrayal of MI5 (Book review) [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... that the brilliant WWII black propaganda expert, Sefton Delmer, was a Soviet agent. In the mid-1950s Delmer was expelled from Egypt for being an SIS agent. President Abdel-Nasser, who played footsie with both the Americans and the Soviets, would have hardly have booted out a Soviet agent and risked jeopardizing Egyptian-Soviet relations. He also asserts that 'the espionage reporters of all the great papers all now work hand in glove with the Security Service'.(p. 155) Names please, Mr West? As to West's contention that Hollis was a traitor, and the publisher's blurb that Hollis 'for nine years was a communist spy', there is only one conclusion: not proven. ...
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... . Marcello Truzzi commented:'..the recent strange CIA/AIR report which on the one hand indicates about a 15% above chance guessing rate while somehow managing to conclude that RV is not operationally useful (bad enough but also dismissing the many hits in the oper-ational, non-experimental efforts with RV). Given the low reliability of so many espionage methods and sources, one would have expected them to be delighted with 15% over chance. Obviously, the conclusions were dictated in advance of the evaluation study and were mostly politically motivated'.(10) Dr. Edwin C. May, Director of Research for Remote Viewing Programs for both the CIA and the DIA, also ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Jun 1996  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue31/lob31-06.htm
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