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... this movement so seriously that it recalled its ambassador to Ireland, Peter Dailey, to Washington. He was given the task of coordinating a strategy to defeat the broad-based opposition to Reagan's 'evil Empire' policy and with it the first major European challenge to the NATO orthodoxies of the previous 35 years. The meeting, organised by National Security Council staff with the support of USIA director Charles Wick, was intended to recruit 'private sector donors' to help in this task. In a confidential NSC memorandum Walt Raymond, the CIA director of operations who had left Langley for the NSC shortly before, described the upcoming meeting as 'the first session with donors and Charlie [Wick] ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 32  -  01 Jun 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue33/lob33-02.htm
252. CIA and Drug-Trafficking by Contra Supporters [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... members of Meneses' network, and over thirty of them were ultimately convicted, Meneses himself (so I have been personally told by one of his contacts, a fellow Contra supporter), was warned by law enforcement officials to leave town to escape arrest. Other sources in law enforcement have complained that Meneses was protected for reasons of 'national security'.(5 ) The protection given to Meneses was given to other traffickers as well. Jorge Morales in Miami testified under oath that he agreed to fly arms-for-drugs flights for the Contras after he was promised legal protection for them by two Nicaraguans, Marcos Aguado and Octaviano Cesar, who represented themselves as CIA agents ...
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... flails around trying to get round the embarassment of Littlejohn. First he offers an unsourced - and probably fictitious - comment that 'even the IRA admitted that much of what they [the Littlejohns] said was "pure cock and bull." ' Second, acknowledging 'the fact that subsequent court proceedings were held in camera "for reasons of national security" seems to confirm they had some involvement with the British', he adds, 'although not necessarily with MI6. Senior intelligence sources said that even if the Littlejohns had been MI6 agents - and they were unable to say if they were - their brief would not have extended to robbery. "The rules of engagement, the terms ...
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254. Sources [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... orientation of Covert Action Quarterly. Quarterly, Counterpoise is $25.00 (individuals) per annum in the US, $30 outside. Cheques or international money orders, payable to Counterpoise at 1716 SW Williston Road, Gainesville, Florida 32608-4049, USA. Surveillant A free issue of Surveillant: Acquisitions and Commentary for Intelligence and Security Professionals has arrived. Vol. 4 numbers 4 and 5, is 96 indexed pages of book reviews in the fields of intelligence history and technology, crime, drug enforcement and military history; and not just in English-speaking countries, either. A number of the people involved in the production of Surveillant will be familiar to those ...
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255. Lobster Issue 33: Contents [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... 6. I got Danny Casolaro wrong (review of The Octopus): had it as Danny Casaloro a couple of times - which, as Kenn points out, is Italian for stew, so not wholly inappropriate, given my comments! I also got DISC wrong (review of NASA, Nazis and JFK); I had Defense Industries Security Command, when it should have been Defense Industrial Security Command. Error in 31 A letter from Terry Little, former employee of the TUC, pointed out that it wasn't Edith Chipchase who worked at TUC HQ at Transport House, but Ethel Chipchase, who worked at Congress House. Lobster is edited and published by: Robin Ramsay at ...
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... on the UFO cover-up issue. Other UFO organisations in the USA, with the help of Congressman Schiff, forced the US General Accounting Office to conduct an investigation into the alleged 1947 Roswell UFO crash. In the course of these extensive investigations, Secretary of the Air Force, Sheila Widnall, commissioned Colonel Richard Weaver, Director of Security and Special Program Oversight, to resolve the matter. Weaver in turn delivered his verdict in line with official expectations, blocking access to much needed information - and used the occasion to further fragment the already fragmented UFO scene. In his memorandum of April 25 1994 to Jack Kriethe of the General Accounting Office, on the subject of the ...
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257. Pipe Dreams: the CIA, Drugs, and the Media [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... by Costa Rica, Central America's one shining light of democracy, that it considered a number of major U.S . officials to be drug traffickers, and as such was barring them from entering the country. The list here is nothing short of amazing: Oliver North himself, retired air force major general Richard Secord, Reagan's former national security advisor John Poindexter, former U.S . Ambassador Lewis Tambs, and former CIA station chief Joseph Fernandez. On July 22, 1989, the Associated Press ran this story, but they were virtually alone; some major media buried this story, and the rest resolutely ignored it. When asked why, Post reporter Walter Pincus gave ...
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... Hammond, both now in the House of Lords; Lord Hugh Thomas, chair of the Centre for Policy Studies under Thatcher; Ray Whitney, a Conservative MP and one-time head of the Foreign Office's Information Research Department; former CIA director James Schlesinger; another well known CIA man, Ray Cline; Robert McFarlane, former US National Security Adviser; and Irving Brown, former head of the international work of the AFL-CIO, the American TUC and a well known CIA figure in the post-war labour movement. Among the senior union and Labour Party figures on the TUCETU's 1995 notepaper are Doug McAvoy, general secretary of the National Union of Teachers; CPSA general ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  01 Jun 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue33/lob33-04.htm
259. Our Secret Servants: the Shayler affair [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 34) Winter 1998 Last | Contents | Next Issue 34 Our Secret Servants: the Shayler affair Things had been going rather well for the British security and intelligence services in the 1990s. Under pressure from the Wright-Wallace-Massiter revelations of the 80s, they had conceded a notional form of parliamentary accountability with the creation of the Intelligence and Security Committee. With members who either knew nothing about the subject, or who, like chair Tom King, had been part of the system as a minister, said committee had investigated nothing of consequence and issued a number of anodyne reports. No new ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 136  -  01 Dec 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue34/lob34-04.htm
260. Web Update [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... obtained by EPIC under FOIA); On-line guides to: legislation on privacy and cyber-liberties, practical privacy tools (how to get PGP and other encryption programmes, anonymous remailers, and surfing the internet anonymously); and privacy resources (links to websites on free speech, privacy etc). EPIC Policy Archives; computer security (hackers, information warfare, laws); cryptography policy (who holds the keys to on-line privacy, clipper chip, key escrow, export controls etc); free speech (on the internet, liability, censorship, and successful challenge to the U.S . Communications Decency Act); freedom of information (how ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 96  -  01 Dec 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue34/lob34-17.htm
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