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... is the first book-based account published there of this bizarre venture.9 Mellen shows that by mid-1963 LBJ and his backers were facing a major crisis: his network of graft and influence was coming unstuck. Criminal and political investigations were under way into Bobby Baker, Johnson's bagman, and Billie Sol Estes, one of his major financial backers, whose huge fraud of federal funds had been made possible in part by Johnson's influence. With the Kennedys keen to remove Johnson from the ticket for the 1964 election, these inquiries were not being discouraged by the White House. Attorney General Robert Kennedy had sent a large team of investigators down to Texas to investigate Estes' fraud. Not only was Johnson's ...
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... /friedman-facts.html>. The LBJ-dunnit thesis The late Billie Sol Estes is at the heart of the LBJ's-people- dunnit theory of the Kennedy assassination. That most of the Kennedy assassination researchers do not take this theory seriously is due, in large part, to their not taking Estes seriously, because he was a convicted fraudster. Precisely what his fraud was has been difficult to grasp until recently. But Amy Reading has researched it in detail and has published an intelligible account.2 7 Via Robert Caro's literary agent, I sent a third e-mail to him wondering why he had omitted Billie Sol Estes from his most recent volume on LBJ. For the third time I got no response. Thanks ...
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3. Holding pattern [Free Issue]
... /story-26464136-detail/story.html> realised there were further ballots from their allocated batch still to be counted. The ballots were at all times on the count floor awaiting counting. The media present at the count were immediately briefed, they understood the situation, and did not think it significant to report.’ As shown by the current investigations into Tory expenses fraud during the 2015 election campaign,4 there are legitimate reasons to be sceptical about the results. The stories discussed above, however, are not legitimate reasons for scepticism. But no doubt, that van-full of votes will be trundling along the highways and byways of conspiratorial legend for years to come. Mind games of the rich and famous ...
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... . me, verbatim, that elections cannot be allowed to change established economic policy. In other words, that democracy is fine as long as it does not threaten to change anything! While I was expecting that to be the overall motif, I was not prepared to have it spelled out so bluntly.’ 4 2 Former City of London Police Fraud Squad officer, Rowan Bosworth-Davis:4 3 'Your children cannot buy a house in London because the criminal banks prefer Russian dirty money.......Property prices have escalated way beyond the hopes and ambitions of ordinary men and women, and London has quickly become the stamping ground for an army of foreign criminals, tax ...
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... for him to work as a kind of bagman for the CIA front, the International Rescue Committee.1 9 In the 1950s Holt was working for IRC, supporting CIA activities in the Caribbean and Central and South America (and helping himself to the barely supervised funds). A pilot as well as a kind of accountant, with expertise in stock fraud and money- laundering, Holt ended up in California in the early 1960s, running a CIA unit making fake documentation and an engineering shop which produced modified weaponry for the Agency. He names various Californians – lawyers, politicians, businessmen – who were working for the CIA, notably one of the main lawyers on the Warren Commission, ...
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... where many MPs and similar establishment type folk live. At one point the police appealed for 'victims' of Edward Heath to come forward. It now appears that Watson has corresponded with Chris Fay, formerly a Labour councillor in Greenwich (1986- 1990) who was eventually expelled from the Labour Party and later jailed for being party to a fraud perpetrated against old age pensioners.4 It also appears to be the case that both 3 The press reported that the brother of Danczuk's ex-partner – who works as a security guard in the Manchester area – was being charged with historical sex offences dating back twenty-five years. See The Daily Mirror and The Independent 28 October 2015. The parallels with the ...
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7. The View from the Bridge (Winter 2015) [Lobster #70 (Winter 2015) (free)] [Free Issue]
... the European Union are a 13 <http://www.ft.com/cms/s /0 /61f867fa-2c76-11e5-8613- e7aedbb7bdb7.html#axzz3i0K9RHjD> 14 <https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/mansion-house-2015- speech-by-the-chancellor-of-the-ex chequer> threat to the City. Bottom line: to preserve the City as a world centre of money-laundering, gambling and financial fraud the UK may have to leave the Union. Huh? Did someone say the world of politics is getting complicated? This appeared in the Daily Telegraph.1 5 'Iraq...The most disgusting abuse of power in a generation and a moral quagmire that never ends. America is attacked by terrorists and so, declares war on a country ...
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8. Is this what failure looks like? (Winter 2015) [Lobster #70 (Winter 2015) (free)] [Free Issue]
... rooms where the votes were being counted, he apologised to Sedgemore 'for what happened today' – not something a genuine independent candidate would have done. It suggests that Betts didn't know what he was doing and had probably been asked to run by a third party. Sedgemore denounced Betts and his actions in a House of Commons debate on electoral fraud on 21 May 1997.1 3 But who asked Betts to run? It looked like an inside job: but was it just another manifestation of chaotic Hackney infighting, or, was there someone high up in the Labour Party who had previously been a member in the area and was desperate to avoid being dragged into a media storm about a ...
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9. A fly's eye view of the American war against Vietnam (Winter 2015) [Lobster #70 (Winter 2015) (free)] [Free Issue]
... for Chinese destruction of the opium cargo belonging to a British trader. As a result China was induced to lease Hong Kong to the British and to permit them to import opium into China. marketed in the US that even respected critical scholars have never questioned them — at least not out loud. If the Cold War is seen for the fraud that it was, then a major premise for the rationalisation of the US war against Vietnam must be seen as equally fraudulent. That does not mean that no-one defending US policy in such terms was aware of this deceit. Given on one hand the intensity of indoctrination to which the recruits to the corporate and imperial bureaucracy are subjected, ...
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10. Thieves of State (Book review) (Winter 2015) [Lobster #70 (Winter 2015) (free)] [Free Issue]
... that the only way to end the government's depredations was through 'religious rectitude'. Interrogation of Taliban prisoners showed that they were not primarily motivated by religion or hostility to foreign occupation but by 'the perception that the Afghan government was "irrevocably corrupt"'. The 2009 Presidential election gave public notice of the extent of the corruption with the electoral fraud 'so egregious and widespread as to stun even seasoned election monitors'. Subsequently, Karzai pacified international opinion by promising to curb corruption. When he made the public announcement of his intention to 'clean the government', however, he had standing either side of him his two vice presidents, Karim Khalili and Muhammad Qasim, 'two of the ...
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