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... to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office? ' [Emphasis added] That description of myself was only in the WUCC article. In denying the appeal, the Tribunal has allowed the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to use two caveats from the FOIA. The first is Section 27 which, in this case, covers the names of foreign intelligence officers. As the judgement rightly notes, a reliance on Section 27 requires that there be:'. . . a real and significant risk that disclosure would make relations between the UK and a foreign country more difficult or call for a particular diplomatic response to contain or limit damage which would not otherwise have been necessary'. How ...
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... . In 1979 he resigned his commission and joined the civil service. See <https://www.arrse.co.uk/community/threads/lt-col-brian-blackwell-rip.272076/> which, a couple of screens down, reproduces Blackwell's obituary from The Wire, the journal of the signals intelligence community in the UK. He is mentioned on p. 122 of Ian S Wood's Crimes of Loyalty: A History of the UDA. You can find this by Googling 'B. A. Blackwell+ civil service'. * new * John Ware Writing that piece above I was prompted to go into Lobster's archives and look for Ware ...
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... media discussions between the first women to come forward and claim they had been sexually abused by the dead disc jockey. Forty years ago the women had been teenagers detained at the Duncroft Approved School, an experimental secure boarding school near London Heathrow, opened by the Home Office to give a second chance of education to girls of above-average intelligence taken into care after breaking the law. The owner of the electronic archive was a retired English lawyer living in the Dordogne, who had herself lived in care at Duncroft in 1965 and 1966. Susanne Cameron-Blackie, blogging daily online from France as Anna Raccoon, had joined two now defunct online communities, Friendsreunited and Care Leavers ...
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... media discussions between the first women to come forward and claim they had been sexually abused by the dead disc jockey. Forty years ago the women had been teenagers detained at the Duncroft Approved School, an experimental secure boarding school near London Heathrow, opened by the Home Office to give a second chance of education to girls of above-average intelligence taken into care after breaking the law. The owner of the electronic archive was a retired English lawyer living in the Dordogne, who had herself lived in care at Duncroft in 1965 and 1966. Susanne Cameron-Blackie, blogging daily online from France as Anna Raccoon, had joined two now defunct online communities, Friendsreunited and Care Leavers ...
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... a night attack by a CM-170 Magister or a DH-104 Dove exists. This is in contrast to a DO-28A. Here, and only here, at least one night-time attack is reported.24 Fourthly, on the night of the attack, radio signals of the attacking plane were received by a British intelligence radio station in Cyprus.25 To reach this station, radio signals from Ndola had to cover 5,300 km. Only High-Frequency (HF) radio signals can cover such a distance. Therefore, the attacking plane had to have HF radio equipment installed. A CM-170 Magister usually only had a radio for Very ...
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... activity, and transcripts of digitally recorded phone conversations'.14 Once a communication is so flagged, a human analyst examines the data and will later, most likely, combine it with the analysis of other such data sets in producing a final report. It's really just a technologically assisted and advanced version of what used to be the traditional intelligence analyst's role, where reports from sources (both overt and covert) would be read, assessed and collated. Considering that it uses techniques that are so close to those of state espionage, it should come as no surprise that Palantir Technologies has Sir Mark Allen (the ex-MI6 officer who is a suspect in rendition cases) ...
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... assassination story. Morley writes from an historical distance and a different perspective than Powers, whose biography of CIA Director Richard Helms2 was written with the cooperation of Helms and subject to his revisions. This is something Morley would not do. Thomas Powers actually met James Angleton and recalls the conversation they had as a basic Angleton tutorial on counter-intelligence (CI) techniques. They talked about the collection of 'serials' on subjects and the opening of chronologies on people and events, along with two basic rules of research: no details are left out of a serial file and there's no quarreling with the evidence. The final product, when analysts writing a report attempt to 'properly interpret ...
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... that more than 20 people with important information on Dr Kelly, including police officers and many of their interviewees, were not called as witnesses by Lord Hutton? Did you know that the Conservative Attorney General from 2011, who refused a request by medical experts and his former party leader for a full inquest, is now the chairman of Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee? Did you know that Dr Kelly, smeared as a 'Walter Mitty character' by No 10 official Tom Kelly in its 2003 Iraq war dispute with the BBC, was one of the world's leading experts on biological warfare? Did you know that this Downing Street spokesman was promptly promoted? Did you know that at a ...
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... story – not need to do such things? Were they all on the same page without needing to state it? Or is it simply that none of this got put down on paper? The most frequently used techniques were bribery, propaganda and manipulation. Phoney political movements and parties were created. This continued into the 1980s when the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) – allegedly, says the author – began funding one of the Islamic groups in Pakistan to spread Islamic literature among the Soviet republics with large Islamic populations. (p . 225) And there were phoney radio stations, newspapers, pamphlets, faked printed material of every kind, with the Information Research Department (IRD ...
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... com/watch?v =jgUFkVG_78g> details the campaigning work of the victims' families. 3 <https://www.ae911truth.org/get-involved/bobby-mcilvaine-act> testimony – as does J. Michael Springmann, a State Department employee in Saudi Arabia who was pressured by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) into giving visas to some of the alleged hijackers. Nafeez Ahmed was one of the first academics to question the Bush administration's version of 9/11 events and Peter Dale Scott draws interesting parallels between them and the JFK assassination. Ray McGovern is a retired senior CIA analyst who prepared Presidential Daily Briefs on intelligence. ...
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