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... ) over 65 years ago. On 31 July I finally received notification from the First Tier Tribunal (which heard my appeal under the Freedom of Information Act) of the result of their deliberations: it has been denied. I know every minuted word from those meetings but, according to the Tribunal, who said those words is actually more secret. In two previous editions of Lobster I have charted the course of my appeal under the FOIA.1 I included my original Lobster article on the WUCC as a part of that appeal and I take some comfort that the Tribunal have read it. How else would they have been able to state that 'On 8 March 2016 Nick Must ...
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... they had been exposed to [. . . .] The diseases they were exposed to included tularaemia, yellow fever, Rift Valley fever, and the plague'. And who would have thought that James Watson, who 'had earlier won fame for his role in discovering the double-helix structure of DNA', once served 'on a secret Pentagon CBW advisory panel'. Hersh's discussion of My Lai – he rightly calls it a 'National Disgrace' – is essential reading, although it was merely the tip of the iceberg of Vietnam era atrocities. He discovered that some US helicopter pilots practiced flying low, chasing Vietnamese farmers through their fields, in an effort to decapitate them ...
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... I tried to persuade the British media that they should take seriously the allegations of Fred Holroyd and Colin Wallace. For months I got nowhere: some guy from Hull?, with a complicated story about covert ops in the UK?. . . . Then copies of Peter Wright's Spycatcher began filtering into the country and there were two former secret state sources – Wallace and Wright – talking about plots against the Labour government of Harold Wilson; and my phone began to ring. In parallel with my attempts to get the story out, the British state was trying to discredit Holroyd and Wallace. Step forward David McKittrick, the Independent's Northern Ireland correspondent, and John Ware, then ...
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... and before you know it the ripples were going out so much that it went out of control. . . . ' [1960s resident] Bryn Estyn In their conclusions, Smith and Burnett refer to a famous investigation into the origins of the 1991 North Wales care homes scandal conducted by the late Richard Webster and reported in his book The Secret of Bryn Estyn: The Making of a Modern Witch Hunt.14 Smith and Burnett follow Webster's argument that people mounting a moral crusade against child abuse can be blinded by:'. . . the cognitive dissonance, which takes over in cases where emotions run high. Moreover, they see themselves as responding to something where the weight ...
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... and before you know it the ripples were going out so much that it went out of control. . . . ' [1960s resident] Bryn Estyn In their conclusions, Smith and Burnett refer to a famous investigation into the origins of the 1991 North Wales care homes scandal conducted by the late Richard Webster and reported in his book The Secret of Bryn Estyn: The Making of a Modern Witch Hunt.14 Smith and Burnett follow Webster's argument that people mounting a moral crusade against child abuse can be blinded by:'. . . the cognitive dissonance, which takes over in cases where emotions run high. Moreover, they see themselves as responding to something where the weight ...
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... _words/>. 14 See 'Palantir knows everything about you' by Peter Waldman, Lizette Chapman, and Jordan Robertson for Bloomberg at <https://www.bloomberg.com/features/2018-palantir-peter-thiel/ >. 15 See 'Libya rendition case against ex-MI6 officer may be held partly in secret' in The Guardian 4 May 2017 <https://tinyurl.com/ktml6n6> or <https://www.theguardian.com/law/ 2017/may/04/libya-rendition-torture-case-sir-mark-allen-abdel-hakim-belhaj>. 16At <https: ...
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... a great historic crisis that confronts America, what he calls 'the Fourth American Crucible'. America is unravelling, Wallnau claims, because there is a 'Thunder Road', a 'shadow cabinet' operating behind the scenes, made up of 'billionaires and millionaires, politicians, consultants, academics and activists'. A hundred of these conspirators met in secret and each contributed a million dollars to a fund with which they could begin to 'remake America'. (p . 10). They are intent on reviving the 'lawless spirit . . . of the 1960s'. They want 'a revolution and they are so close they can taste it'. (p . 13) This great ...
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... years.3 1 'The Monster Plot' in the London Review of Books 10 May 2018. It is available on-line (to subscribers only) at <https://www.lrb.co.uk/v40/n09/thomas-powers/the-monster-plot>. 2 The Man Who Kept the Secrets (1979). A review of it which appeared in the New Republic is at <https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP88-01350R000200050008-1 .pdf>. 3See for example Ira David Wood's JFK Assassination Chronology at <http://dealeyplazauk.org. ...
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... death, returned an open verdict on Mr Peapell having been told that the dead scientist had no apparent reason for ending his life and that he could not have squeezed himself into the position where his widow found him.8 I mention this not only as a reminder that death can come in a sudden and apparently inexplicable way to those possessing secret expertise. As Tony Collins writes in Open Verdict: 'Peter Peapell had returned from a one year appointment at America's foremost naval establishment. Perhaps he used his exceptional powers of scientific understanding to devise a way nobody had thought of to close his garage door from the inside and end up in a position in which he was found, lying ...
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... Disrupt and Deny Spies, Special Forces, and the Secret Pursuit of British Foreign Policy Rory Cormac Oxford University Press: 2018, £20.00, h/b Robin Ramsay First things first: this is very good and anyone interested in our secret services, post-WW2 British history, or British colonial history, let alone the actual subject matter implied by the title, will find much material of use or interest. The obvious caveat I have to make is that this is not a field I have done much reading in recently. However my opinion of its value is shared by some senior academics who are quoted on the book's cover. This is big stuff ...
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