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... .. groups... employed loyalists terrorists and targeted members of the IRA for assassination..... covert units........ were trained by the SAS to gather intelligence, assassinate terrorists and run loyalist agents. Loyalist paramilitaries were supplied with intelligence files on members of the IRA to enable them to kill people considered a threat by the authorities'. (p 180) 'A former general.....said it was debilitating for the regular army to find the two leading organizations MI5 and MI6 were more concerned with their struggle for power than "on-the-ground operations"'. (p . 181) 'The ...
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... difficulties........would have occurred'.(27) (The reference was to the British action at the town of Ismaila, in Egypt in January 1952. After an assault by Egyptian rebels on a British military base, Britain occupied the town of Ismaila, surrounded the police headquarters and then proceeded to kill fifty people and wounding a hundred before the surrender.(28)) In Iran, however, despite Labour's inaction, Churchill noted a few months into his term that 'by sitting still on the safety valve and showing no weariness we are gradually getting them into submission'.(29) Covert operations begin 'Our policy', a ...
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373. The Pentagon's Psychic Research [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... . 261. Col. John B. Alexander, Major Richard Groller and Janet Morris, The Warrior's Edge, (William Morrow and Company Inc., New York, 1990). Janet Morris split with Alexander because he wanted to classify it. See Wired February 1995 for the split. See also Steven Aftergood, 'The Soft-Kill Fallacy' in The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, September/October 1994. NOFORN= no foreigners. Records released by the US Army Security and Intelligence Command, August 1995. Records released to author by the US Army Intelligence and Security Command, 1995. I was initially asked to pay the sum of $2 ,075,000 ...
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... case most succinctly: 'Money from drug smuggling supports terrorism, ' he said in September 1984. 'Terrorists provide assistance to drug traffickers. ' Michael Ledeen, the State Department and NSC consultant who initiated the arms-for-hostages talks, fleshed out the alleged connection. "Drugs go to the bourgeois countries where they corrupt and where they kill, while the arms go to pro-Communist terror groups in the Third World. ' The DEA's own deputy administrator, David Westrate, framed the ideological rationale for expanding his agency's de facto jurisdiction when he told Congress in 1985, 'The terrorist-insurgent link to drug trafficking and the increasing use of terrorist tactics by drug trafficking organizations ...
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375. The View From The Bridge [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... Television, devoted eight pages to him, and said he had been suffering from diabetes, heart trouble and pneumonia. Ceefax, on the other hand, the service broadcast by the BBC, devoted only one page, and announced he had been suffering from Alzheimer's Disease. MI5 still in the building by any chance, Mr Birt? Who killed WPC Evonne Fletcher?The Libyans, did, didn't they? Innocent police person on duty at an anti-Ghaddafi demonstration outside the Libyan 'Peoples' Bureau' in London; some dingbat inside the Bureau opened fire on the crowd, killing Fletcher. What could be more straightforward? So everyone assumes. Everyone, that is, bar ...
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376. Spymaster (Book Review) [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... some fragments of interest to those seriously interested in the history of US-Soviet espionage. However, I am not interested in that subject, and to me, on a quick skim, only three snippets struck me. On p. 53 Kalugin reports that he and other Soviet intelligence officers were responsible for the rumours that the CIA had killed UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold. On p. 170 he reports that 'after the fall of the Salazar regime Portugese working for the KGB drove a truck to the Security Ministry and hauled away a mountain of classified intelligence data'. This, presumably, is the ultimate source of the story, which began in this country in Searchlight ...
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377. 'Conspiracy Theories' and Clandestine Politics [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... mention the so-called 'umbrella man', a man who opened up an umbrella on a sunny day in Dealey Plaza just as President John F. Kennedy's motorcade was passing. A number of 'conspiracy theorists' have assumed that this man was signalling to the assassins, thus tying a seemingly trivial and inconsequential act into the alleged plot to kill Kennedy. It is precisely this totalistic, all-encompassing quality that distinguishes 'conspiracy theories' from the secret but often mundane political planning that is carried out on a daily basis by all sorts of groups, both within and outside of government. It should, however, be pointed out that even if the 'umbrella man' was wholly ...
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378. 22 November 1963 on CD-ROM [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... and ideas one has forgotten about over the years. An added bonus is the quite dazzling animated 3-D computer simulations of bullet trajectories, viewing angles and so on in Dealey Plaza. These have been painstakingly plotted and appear to be accurate. The Text section constains the entire Warren Report, Jim Marrs' Crossfire: the Plot that Killed Kennedy (New York, Carrroll and Graf, 1989) and The Assassination of JFK: A Complete Book of Facts, an almanac-style compendium of people, places, events and ideas compiled by Vincent L. Ricci and James P. Duffy, author of Who Killed JFK? (New York: Shapolsky, 1989, and ...
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379. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #28 (Dec 1994)]
... Europe, that was probably (sic) the hidden source of Text No. 3. 'In 1984 Text No. 6 appears, Sterling's The Time of Assassins, which argues that the KGB was indeed behind the papal plot, prompting Casey in 1985 to order Robert Gates to commission Text No. 7, tendentiously entitled "Agca's Attempt to Kill the Pope: the Case for Soviet Involvement". Text No. 7, said by Gates in a cover memorandum to be the "CIA's first comprehensive examination of evidence of who was behind the attempted assassination of Pope Paul II", refutes the conclusions of Text No. 2, stating that "The Soviets were reluctant to invade ...
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... a conspiracy. With the single burglar thesis firmly rejected by most reviewers, the balance of evidence available today suggests that Hilda's attackers were likely to have been searching for naval intelligence documents. Indeed, ten years on, Robert Green has finally accepted that this was the most likely motive. (34) Notes His most recent article is 'Who killed Hilda Murrell and why? ', The New Reporter (32 New End Square, London NW3 1LS) Mar/Apr, 1994. His One Man's Falklands (Woolf, London, 1982), is invaluable on the war. Death of a Rose grower (Woolf, London, 1985). Shown on 4 March, 1985 ...
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