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... no ordinary business executive. Hughes didn't hire a bean counter or a manager to run his empire; in fact, Maheu had no particular business skills or financial acumen.6 He was, instead, an expert in covert operations. Robert Maheu started his career by joining the FBI in 1940 at the age of 23. After hunting Nazi spies during World War II, he tried launching a small business, which failed disastrously. Eventually he earned enough money from a private craps game to open his own investigative and public relations firm in 1954.7 Maheu used his relationship with other former federal agents to land his first regular client: the CIA's Office of Security. That branch ...
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... SAS officers Major Alastair 11 See Stanley Pignal, 'G4S beefs up security side with ArmorGroup purchase', Financial Times, 22 March 2008, at <http://www.ft.com/cms/ s/0 /4f65b020-f7b3-11dc-ac40-000077b07658.html>. 12 See Saeed Shah, 'Former MI6 spy joins Armor Group to hunt down new business', The Independent, 20 August 2006 at <http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/former-mi6-spy- joins-armor-group-to-hunt-down-newbusiness-412794.html>. 13 < ...
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... armed forces) but because this 'cabinet' is composed of bureaucrats, academics, professional politicians, businessmen and assorted charlatans in the train of the reigning president, there is need for an espionage organisation which in theory tells these ministers when, where and how to wage war most advantageously. That is the official reason why the criminal cabinet needs spies. According to the Act 3 :'(d ) For the purpose of coordinating [subordinating4 ] the intelligence activities [spying] of the several Government departments and agencies in the interest of national security [waging war], it shall be the duty of the Agency, under the direction of the National Security Council [permanent war ...
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24. Lobster Issue 72 Winter 2016 [Free Article]
... Alder Mexico missive (PDF) by Nick Must Team mercenary GB: Part 1 the early years (PDF) by Nick Must The Intentional Fallacy revisited (PDF) by Dr. T. P. Wilkinson Book Reviews British Counterinsurgency, by John Newsinger (PDF) reviewed by Robin Ramsay The Shadow Man: At the Heart of the Cambridge Spy Circle, by Geoff Andrews (PDF) reviewed by John Newsinger A Very English Scandal: Sex, Lies and a Murder Plot at the Heart of the Establishment, by John Preston (PDF) reviewed by Anthony Frewin Europe Isn t Working, by Larry Elliott and Dan Atkinson (PDF) reviewed by Robin Ramsay The writer with no ...
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... of possible Israeli involvement in 9/11 is given in Carl Cameron's four-part series for Fox News at <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v =8k43_NKYs50>. Christopher Ketcham does something similar in articles at <http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/israeli_ spies_ 911.html http://www.salon.com/2002/05/07/students/> 68 Graeme MacQueen, The Anthrax Deception (Clarity Press, 2014) meant it could only come from within the military and intelligence apparatus of the US itself. So with al-Qaeda and Saddam Hussein off the ...
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... the Agency's encounter in Paris with Richard Wright and James Baldwin. They were both initially promoted by the CIA until they noticed that the Agency's people were only interested in their criticisms of the Soviet Union and not in their views on racism in American. Ernest Hemingway's paranoia in later life is shown to be rational: he was being followed and spied on. And there is a very funny account of the manic depressive poet Robert Lowell, off his meds and off his head, on a tour of Argentina. The (to me) new material concerns CCF operations in India – a relatively short section which includes the British journalist Phillip Knightley unwittingly working for a CIA-funded 1 ...
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... members were identified to Libyan intelligence. See <http://markcurtis.info/2016/08/30/ overthrowing-qadafi-in-libya-britains-islamist-boots-on-the-ground/>. On the LIFG role in the Gaddafi assassination plot see <http://anniemachon.ch/spies-lies-and-whistleblowers-the-gaddafi- plot-chapters>. 15 In his comments to the Commons committee Lord Richards said 'If we were going to stop Benghazi falling – the decision was taken that we should, and that it would be a stain on our conscience forever if we allowed another Srebrenica; I remember ...
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28. Holding Pattern (Winter 2016) [Free Article]
... make plans of international magnitude that relied on 48 <http://westernindependent.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/cockerells- life-of-johnson.html> 49 If MI6 were never interested in Johnson for his own sake, they would certainly have been interested in his rather pally relationship with a known Russian spy. See <https://tompride.wordpress.com/ 2014/03/07/shhh-dont-tell-mi5-but-heres-a -russian-spy-with-his- good-friend-boris-johnson/> either man. Chilcot There is so much to be said about Sir ...
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... The Black Door Spies, Secret Intelligence and British Prime Ministers Richard Aldrich and Rory Cormac London: William Collins, £30 T his new book by two respected academics has a lot to tell us about how Britain is run. We are told, for example, that at a CBI dinner in December 1971, the Labour Party leader, Harold Wilson, boasted to the assembled businessmen of how, when in office, he had MI5 keep left-wing leaders of the trade union movement under surveillance, 'tapped or bugged'. Indeed, during the 1966 Seamen's Strike Wilson had received MI5 briefings on the dispute twice a day. According to Martin Furnival Jones, MI5's Director ...
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... for their return voyage to Britain. He even demonstrated how easy it was to smuggle oneself out of Russia if one so desired – though Oleg declared that he did not. Andrew Biswell dismisses the espionage rumours with the comment:'[T ]here is nothing among Burgess's private diaries or financial papers to suggest that he was paid to spy on the Russians. ' Indeed not but, in any case, that is not what Burgess's Leningrad adventures appear to suggest. This episode is unmistakably a 'dangle': Burgess going to the Soviet Union, deliberately drawing attention to himself, courting a KGB officer, and establishing a personal relationship with that officer before finally returning home to ...
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