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91. The Kincora Scandal (Book review) [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... ; all too frequently, where Moore does cite another source, a newspaper, for example, he gives no date. Even if it had been adequately documented, this would have been a very strange book. Kincora hardly figures in it; and of the various intelligence-related events which surrounded it there is barely a trace. Colin Wallace is mentioned once, in passing. The only positive thing that could be said is that there is a lot of (mostly unsourced) information about William McGrath and his strange organisation Tara. At various points Moore asserts that McGrath and Tara were being run by British intelligence - MI5, apparently - though it is never entirely clear, ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 32) December 1996 Last | Contents | Next Issue 32 The state in politics: Wallace, Holroyd and Lobster Colin Wallace's 1980 conviction for the manslaughter of Jonathan Lewis was quashed on 9 October 1996. Considering the size of the political iceberg beneath that little tip, with the notable exceptions of the Guardian and Channel Four News, the response of the media on mainland UK was pathetic, if hardly surprising. The BBC even got John Ware of all people, one of the co-authors of the notorious 1987 Independent smear-job on Wallace and Fred Holroyd, to give the first comment on ...
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93. Lobster Issue 32: Contents [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... SAS: the Stiff Memoir Operation Julie revisited: the strange career of Ron Stark, parapolitical alchemist From Parapolitics to Deep Politics Plot elements in the Colosio Murder Mystery The CIA and radiation experiments on humans UFOs and the governments of the USA and UK Is Libya still the prime suspect for the murder of WPC Fletcher? The state in politics: Wallace, Holroyd and Lobster The view from the bridge Obituaries Books Export or Die: Britain's Defence Trade with Iran and Iraq UK Eyes Alpha the Inside Story of British Intelligence From Empire to Commonwealth: a Biography of Lionel Curtis We The Nation: The Conservative Party and the Pursuit of Power I Couldn't Paint Golden Angels Orders to Kill: the ...
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... habitually resorts to decision-making and enforcement procedures outside as well as inside those publicly sanctioned by law and society. In popular terms, collusive secrecy and law-breaking are part of how the deep political system works. '( 6 ) Nobody who has witnessed Watergate, Irangate, Kincora, the Rainbow Warrior murders, Stalker, Colin Wallace, or any of the other significant exposes of the secret state activities of the past 25 years could really dispute this. Which is to say nothing of Scott's main subject, the Kennedy assassination. But there is a difficulty in that the general public has grown weary of such scandal; it has in fact become a norm. Scott ...
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... to maintain operational tank units in Germany and Iraq at the time of Desert Storm had something to do with the cost of Trident/Polaris swallowing up the available military budgets. Nonetheless, this a considerable step forward in our understanding - and demystification - of Whitehall's secret warriors. Notes 1 John Ware has his uses, doesn't he? Rubbishing Wallace and getting Wright to admit it was all nonsense. Nice one, John. Last | Contents | Next ...
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... Libya, Pluto, London, 1986. Donald Goddard with Lester Coleman, Trail of the Octopus: From Beirut to Lockerbie - Inside the DIA, BCA, London, 1993. Peter Smith, 'Lockerbie, the Octopus and the Maltese Double Cross', Lobster 27 , June 1994. Dr West was the pathologist at the trial of Colin Wallace. Hansard, 8 May 1996. Keith Potter, 'Seeking the Truth', Police Review, 31 May 1996. Understandably, the police service are not prepared to drop their interest in this unsolved murder. Sir Teddy Taylor, 'Who Really Killed WPC Fletcher? ', the Spectator, 29 June 1996 William Blum, Killing Hope: ...
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97. The CIA and radiation experiments on humans [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... 375,000 for a new wing at Georgetown University Hospital in 1950s, to be used in chemical and biological programs. Dr. Charles F. Geschickter, a Georgetown doctor, provided cover for the CIA's work, and with that money he funded the radioisotope lab and equipment.(14) In Sub-project 86, Dr. Wallace Chan received CIA funds for research on polygraph machines and other means of establishing the veracity of agents. In an undated Memorandum for the Record, Chan proposed 'artificial means of establishing positive identification' (known as covert marking) involving ionizing radiation: namely, radioisotopes, with predetermined half lives, selectively implanted and/or injected; and ...
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98. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... the shareholders of Lonrho dismissed him for his disloyalty to Rowland by an overwhelming majority, we were both directors of Lonrho. I never heard him make a single contribution of substance at any of our Board meetings. I always sat as far away from him as possible: he suffered badly from halitosis. ' (p . 161) Colin Wallace/psy-ops One of the lines Colin Wallace at Information Policy tried to get the media to run about Northern Ireland in 1973/4 was the one about the IRA hiring US Army veterans to do their fighting for them. One such story was planted on Chapman Pincher who ran it in the Express. See Lobster 16 p ...
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... trying to investigate. The most interesting section of Pencourt was chapter 23 in which the authors circled round the G.K Young - Civil Assistance 'private armies' episode in 1974-6 , in the process getting quite close to the various psy-ops operations which were then going on. Nearly twenty years later, with hindsight and the Wallace/Wright material from the 1980s, Freeman has chosen to ditch all that. In the introduction (p . 8) he describes reading The Pencourt File. 'It defied the conventions of style and structure and was the literary equivalent of a pile of bricks at an exhibition of "modern art", which everyone circles, puzzled, ...
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... he said. 'It would be better employed persuading the Protestants that they could have a good life in some sort of union with the South. ' (pp. 223/4 ) But Smith's account of the war in Ireland omits almost all the bad things the British state did there in the 1970s. There is no reference to Colin Wallace, dirty tricks, the Information Policy Unit, the Ulster Workers Council strike, and Fred Holroyd; and almost nothing on loyalist collaboration with the intelligence services and the Army. The disastrous early attempts at covert operations by the Army and SIS are glossed over. The role of the MRF is almost completely missing, and in the main ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Jun 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue33/lob33-14.htm
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