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... system. In most cases the after-effects do not become evident until long after exposure - a decade or more. ' In 1974 V.P . Kaznacheyev demonstrated that death could be transmitted using ultraviolet rays, at a distance.(2 ) In the same year, Robert Pavlita, a Czech engineer, showed how he could kill insects at a distance by psychotronic devices. It has been reported by U.S . intelligence that Pavlita developed two psychotronic weapons -- one effective at 320 kilometres, and the other effective at any distance, capable of inducing powerful and uncontrollable emotions, seizure, paralysis or death. At that time Pavlita reportedly had thirty years experience ...
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... enormous caravan park on Marton Mere, a patch of marshland owned by Blackpool Council. The lease to his firm, granted without any rival bidding by Blackpool Council under its Tory chairman, Len Broughton, was criticised by both the Caravan Club of Great Britain and the Sunday Times. Harrison told the Sunday Times that after his daughter's car had killed two women pedestrians in Kirkham, he telephoned Len Broughton 'and asked him if he could tell me the name of the police chief that I should contact in order to have certain aspects of the case investigated rather deeper. ' This telephone call was cited later in the Osmond Report which led to the sacking of the Chief Constable of Lancashire ...
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343. Web Update [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... news, netwatch, back issues, Index index (country by country update of free speech issues), features. Committee to Protect Journalists http://www.cpj.org/ Founded 1981, CPJ defends the right of journalists around the world to report news without fear of reprisal. Menu includes news alerts, journalists imprisoned and killed, annual report, database (a searchable updated record of press freedom violations in more than 100 countries since Jan. '95, e.g . physical attacks, threats, detentions, murders, criminal prosecutions). Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility http://snyside.sunnyside.com/home/ 'CPSR is a public- ...
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344. Sources [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... . Sinking the Belgrano was popular with the majority of the Brits who were deep into a nostalgic imperial relapse at the time; Mrs Thatcher won the 1983 election at a canter; and the British government did not invite Galtieri to send in his troops. World in Review is also dotted with unsubstantiated allegations. For example: Grace Kelly was killed because Grimaldi [Prince Rainier] kept on skimming off millions of dollars from the top of heroin revenues. London-based film-maker Alan Francovich, who died in April this year, was on his way to meet one of Olaf Palme's assassins. 'Francovich had told colleagues before leaving London that he believed the assassins were Russians who ...
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... and Susan Phoenix Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1996 The Origins of the Present Troubles in Northern Ireland Caroline Kennedy-Piper Longman, London, 1997 John Newsinger The war in Northern Ireland is apparently in its closing stages. There is still some way to go before it is all over, however, and undoubtedly there will be more people killed, maimed and imprisoned, but Britain's thirty years war seems finally to be coming to an end. All that is needed is a government in Westminster that is in a strong enough position to override Unionist objections to a settlement acceptable to the Catholic minority, a settlement that will inevitably fall a long way short of a united Ireland. ...
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346. Popular Alienation (Book review) [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... pieces for more recent issues - and I enjoyed this enormously. Steamshovel is hard to describe to anyone who hasn't read it because it contains a mixture of material which has no equivalent in the UK. No. 10, for example contains this sequence of articles: a piece about Gerald Posner's Case Closed; a piece called 'Secret Service Masers Kill and Make Whores' about implants and mind control programmes of the US government, which ought to be a spoof but probably isn't; an interview with a man called Lars Hansson which covers the actor Steven Seagal's odd connections, an alleged CIA assassin who claims to have killed 117 people for the US government between 1943 and 1990, and ...
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347. The KGB Lawsuits (Book review) [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... lines the Soviets wanted anyway, KGB involvement looks deeply improbable. In the attempt to nail the IPS, Crozier runs a load of bullshit at the reader. He recycles the old canard that Richard Welch, the CIA station chief in Athens, was murdered as a result of being identified in CounterSpy. He even describes John Kennedy as being killed by a member of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, Lee Harvey Oswald, who was 'trained in Russia and with a Russian wife'! Crozier must know this is baloney and it undermines his case. Crozier simply cannot believe that there is an independent left. He can't get past this step: IPS follows Soviet - i. ...
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348. Notes on contamination [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... state is totalitarian, ruthless etc. - what the so-called New Left learned in the 1960s and 70's. Amerika with a 'k' used to used by the US Left; now it is used by the far Right.(10) The massacre of the Branch Davidians at Waco was the pivotal moment for the Right: eighty killed by the Feds - and for what? All the nonsense on the fringe of the US Right about the New World Order; Soviet soldiers in the US in disguise as the UN; the UN plot to take over America; the documents distributed apparently showing the US government planning concentration camps; the coming American Reich under Clinton - the ...
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... through FOIA containing such information. Colonel Swatecki, USAF, who was stationed at Strategic Air command at Loring Air Force Base when UFOs hovered over the base for hours. Loring has been closed for some years now and records concerning the case were released many years ago. Major George Filler, USAF, who claims to have knowledge of the killing of an alien at Fort Dix (McGuire Air Force Base). When I questioned Filler it transpired that the information he had was third-hand. The late Leonard Stringfield wrote about this case many hears ago based on similar, unsubstantiated general accounts he had heard through a 'source'. Filler also believes that the US Government possesses ...
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350. SAS: the Stiff Memoir [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... four of us would cross the border, seek out the locals and gather intelligence. A number of the Americans could speak Thai as well. We would not be identifiably British or American, and we would wear nondescript military clothing, without insignia..... and neither would we wear dog tags for identification. If we were killed, then the enemy would have a hard time making propaganda capital from our corpses. Our major task was reconnaissance, but we were conscious that our prime purpose was to set the pattern for more troops, both American and British to be committed later on..... I was in Thailand for eleven months altogether, but ...
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