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... age in the limelight. Mainstream journalists have lavished attention upon Files' tales in a way that they have have not done with other assassination confessions', of which there has been no shortage. It's easy to see why. Files is a genuine gangster and a would-be killer (his 30-year sentence was for an attempted murder committed in 1991), and he presents a simple story that circumvents the bewildering forest of forensic, ballistic and eyewitness evidence relating to the case. An entirely representative example of such coverage can be taken from The Daily Mail, which has published at least four stories about Files in the last three years. In a 2015 story, ...
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... correspondent banking ties with Latvia. A month later, in February 2014, the international credit rating agency Moody's, citing business reasons, withdrew Baltic International Bank's standalone bank financial strength rating, despite its reported assets of 266.41 million Euros. 22 In April 2014, Maksim Bakiyev was sentenced to life imprisonment in his absence for ordering the murder of a British businessman. Sean Daley barely survived the assassination attempt near his residence in Bishkek, during his discussions with the parliamentarians and the prime-ministers office about the second largest asset in Kyrgyzstan.23 Daley is pursuing legal action against Bakiyev in London. In October 2014, Bakiyev was living in £3 .5 million house ...
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... that Masood had a source in the parliamentary estate, steering him towards the right place and time to penetrate Parliament's defences. All these puzzles are as yet unanswerable. However, they did prompt me to take a proper look at a historical mystery invoked by Masood's onslaught. Since he plainly intended to invade the House of Commons, presumably to murder as many people as possible once inside, the question arises of how deaths in Parliament are handled. There has been a rumour for many years that anyone who dies in the Houses of Parliament is officially declared to have died elsewhere, namely at St Thomas's Hospital, Lambeth, just across Westminster Bridge. This (so the rumour goes ...
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... compared with how the NKVD would have dealt with them, the same cannot be said for many of the regimes the US supported in the name of the Cold War – a useful cover for the exercise of US Imperial power. Indeed, after Stalin's death, many of the regimes that the US installed or supported were far more brutal and murderous than the post-Stalin Soviet Union. In his concluding Epilogue: The Orwellian Future? ', Rodden appeals to George Orwell for support of the Cold War policy of containing, rather than rolling back, the Soviet Union. We have no way of knowing how Orwell's politics would have developed had he not died at forty-six ...
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... . ' Into the archives In the early days of Gorbachev's perestroika, professional historians criss- crossed the old Iron Curtain mounting reciprocal research expeditions into each other's archives. For the British, any evidence in their archives of a conspiracy behind the Hess Flight lay like an unexploded bomb. It was as dangerous as the NKVD material on the mass murder of Polish POWs in the Katyn Forest, or the disappearance of Raoul Wallenberg. For the FBI and CIA it would be like records of conspiracies leading up to the assassination of JFK. John Costello, backed by a New York budget, was first into the KGB archives, working with former KGB colonel Oleg Tsarev to deliver in 1991 ...
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... americanmafia.com/feature_articles_274.html>. 58 Gentry, J. Edgar Hoover, pp. 567-570. 59 Gentry, J. Edgar Hoover, pp. 572-576. In 1968, after King was assassinated, Hoover leaked to Jack Anderson a story that the FBI believed King might have been murdered by an African American dentist from Los Angeles who was jealous of King for sleeping with his wife and possibly even fathering a child with her. Pearson and Anderson eventually broke the sordid story in context of a column about Attorney General Robert Kennedy approving the FBI wiretaps on King – hurting Hoover's foe in African-American communities during 1968 primary ...
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... I argue that Nixon's cover-up strategy reflected his knowledge of deep political intrigues dating back to the 1950s and early 1960s – above all a secret the CIA would go to almost any lengths to protect: its involvement with notorious gangsters in plots to assassinate a foreign head of state, Fidel Castro, and its possible indirect involvement in the murder of President Kennedy. This article frames Nixon's invocation of the Bay of Pigs thing' in the context of a multi-year cover-up by powerful forces in the U.S . deep state' of secret crimes committed by senior intelligence officials and organized crime leaders in the name of fighting Communism. Key players included CIA directors ...
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... , predictably exaggerating its importance as a turning point in the Cold War'. At the same time, he reveals a somewhat uncertain grasp of Central and South American politics when he writes of how, at this time, the US was fighting the Sandinistas and engaging the Somozans and all manner of other insurgents'. The Somozans were the murderous thugs 1 See for example <http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2016/11/is- donald-trump-a -manchurian-candidate>. and gangsters whom the US was supporting in Nicaragua! His rise to prominence began when he went to work with the notorious Joint Special Operations Command ( ...
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... had already completed four tours with another company but was fired after he had punched the client he was supposed to be protecting. According to an investigation by BBC Scotland, another contractor had emailed an explicit warning about Danny Fitzsimons to G4S,5 0 but they still employed him. Less than two days after his arrival in Baghdad, he murdered fellow G4S contractors Paul McGuigan and Darren Hoare. Fitzsimons was convicted of the crimes, even though he had been willing to plead guilty to the lesser 48 See the two articles by Sam Kiley, I let go of life', Spectator , 24 May 2003 <http://www.spectator.co.uk/2003 ...
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... commented before in these columns, if the print found isn't Wallace's, we have the extraordinary coincidence that a print close enough to Wallace's to convince two print experts just happens to turn up on the TSBD's 6th floor near the so-called sniper's nest. Mellen gives us nearly 100 pages about Mac' Wallace, centred on his trial for murder in 1951 in an apparent domestic', for which he received a suspended sentence even though convicted of first degree murder; and the details of security investigations of him by the Office of Naval 1 Available on her website at <http://joanmellen.com/wordpress/ 2014/04/30/lecture-two- ...
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