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... it by its name. And, being America, none of this is hidden. As the author shows, the biggest arms corporation, Lockheed Martin, makes the biggest donations to the members of the Senate Appropriations Committee and Senate Committee on Government Affairs. (p . 17) As a congressman said on videotape to John DeLorean during an FBI corruption 'sting' in the 1980s, 'Money talks and bullshit walks'. And in this case it's taxpayers' money, given to the arms corporations by politicians who then get a small piece of it back from them. He sees the current situation as the outcome of struggle between factions of the American ruling class, between what he ...
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... war America. En route there are portraits of the leading figures, both military and political, analyses of doctrinal disputes and accounts of the opposition to the Pentagon and American foreign policy. As a member of 'the Catholic left' (his term), he knew the Berrigan brothers, for example; but his brother was part of the FBI squad which was trying to catch them. This is a dense but nicely and simply written multi-layered post-war history of American foreign policy in which his side, the liberal-left, was almost always right but always lost. This comes covered in praise from American critics on both left (e .g . How ...
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... p.31 . Evidence presented by the prosecution as being from the suitcase containing the bomb was apparently from the lab tests of an identical suitcase. See <www.guardian.co.uk/libya/story/0 ,, 1588109,00.html# article_> [3 ] American fingerprint experts were told by the FBI not to comment on apparent chaos at the Scottish Criminal Records Office for fear it damaged the Lockerbie case. <http://news.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/scotland/ 4731298.stm> [4 ] A piece in The Sunday Herald <www.sundayherald.com/7021> begins: ...
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... an instrument of government in its role as defender of the citiz-enry from foreign threats. It is different from the secret police, which is an instrument of government in regard to its domestic enemies. This distinction is enshrined in the charter of the Central Intelligence Agency, which restricts its operations to foreign shores on the assumption that the FBI will ensure domestic tranquility. Secret intelligence agencies have three classic functions: intelligence collection and analysis (spies and scholars); oper-ations (overthrowing foreign governments and the like), and counterintelligence (protecting secrets from other secret intell-igence agencies). The British tend to divide these among a related set of organizations; we ...
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95. Gone but not forgotten: a further update on Di [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... .( [26] ) Although much of the money is said to have come from British banks it remains unclear who was paying him and for what purpose.( [27] ) Claims that Henri Paul met with a high ranking member of the DCRG (Direction Central des Renseignments Generaux, the French equivalent of Special Branch and the FBI) on the night of the crash are being investigated by Operation Paget. Paul, who allegedly worked part time for the DCRG, ( [28] ) was said to have had an 'animated conversation' with this individual less than an hour before the crash.( [29] ) Speculation also continues over Henri Paul's blood samples ...
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... | Contents | Next Issue 50 Breach of Trust: How the Warren Commission failed the nation and why Gerald D. McKnight Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 2005, 478pps, $29.95. Anthony Frewin The commonly accepted view is that the Warren Commission was a prisoner of its sources (i .e . the FBI) and that, coupled with a notable lack of general curiosity ( 'We're supposed to closing doors around here, not opening them, ' quoth Wesley J. Leibeler), resulted in the Report that declared Oswald a lone, mad assassin. Yes, so the argument goes, they could have asked more questions, but there ...
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97. Mark Felt, Jason Blair and 'Misty Beethoven' [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... -man? Well, he's the fellow who was outraged by the Watergate break-in, which (we're told) was about Nixon's evil spooks breaking into, and bugging, the Democratic National Committee at the Watergate. (Never mind that the only bugging device found inside the DNC was characterized as a broken 'toy' by Felt's own FBI that's a very different story.) Doesn't it seem a little odd that Felt should have been so outraged by James McCord's break-in at the Watergate, when he himself was presiding over a maelstrom of black-bag jobs at the FBI? I don't mean court-ordered surveillances. I'm referring to warrantless break-ins and ...
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... autopsy on the most over-analysed strip of celluloid in existence. One thing you can't fault Wrone on is his handling of his source material. It's all impeccably labelled and described, with 60 pages of fully sourced notes and 16 documentary appendices. (The last of the latter, which I had never heard of before, is an FBI damage-control 'tickler' (undated) which includes the stark phrase: 'Basic facts yet contradictions on Oswald in Mexico; [redacted] photo not him'.) Wrone is brisk to the point of bracing, and whatever else this book may be, it's certainly not boring. I get the feeling that I'd have enjoyed attending ...
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... some things are being concealed; but I think it will turn out not to be the usual suspects: poli-ical embarrassment on the part of someone important and/or drugs and/or money. Who is being prevented from speaking? Atta's social circle in Florida have had the federal frighteners put on them; and the translator of FBI intercepts, Sybil Edmonds, whose testimony, before she was legally gagged, referred to a source of campaign funds preventing proper inquiries. ( [9 ] ) Daniel Hopsinger, in Florida, poking around on the ground where some of the hijackers lived, has discovered a Mohammed Atta who doesn't fit our idea of an Islamist terrorist: ...
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100. The view from the bridge [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... weird for you these days, Syd? When Clinton took office 'Who shot JFK? ' was on his list of things to find out. The Associate Attorney General whatever that is in the first Clinton administration, Webster Hubell, an Arkansas friend of the Clintons, mentioned this in his memoir. Hubbell wrote a couple of memos to the FBI and forgot about it. He then lost the job when he was busted for padding his billing hours while a lawyer with the firm which had employed Hilary Clinton. Freedom of information (not)Whobelieved that the British state would give us access to its files without a considerable struggle? So the news that a 'clearing house' had ...
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