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61. The death of Diana: an update [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... The Times 26 April 2000) Richard Ford, 'First inquest on royal to be held', The Times 2 September 1997; 'UK to hold inquest for Diana after Paris inquiry', International Herald Tribune 11 September 1997, p.10. Natalie Martin, 'Diana inquest Coroner frustrated by limited powers' Press Association 12 October 1997; Stephen Wright, 'Coroner: inquest on Diana a waste of time', Daily Mail 13 October 1997, pp.1 , 5. The law relating to deaths abroad is based on the judgement given in the case of Helen Smith , an English nurse who died in mysterious circumstances in Saudi Arabia. See - 'R v West Yorkshire Coroner, ...
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62. Nothern Ireland redux [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... later SDP member of the House of Lords, John Diamond, was taken in 1964.The picture was extremely fuzzy - presumably taken with a long lens - and it is impossible to tell whether the two women are 20 or 50, never mind whether they were attractive or not. Livingstone states in his column: 'The spy master Peter Wright, of Spycatcher fame, makes no mention in his book of the extensive work he undertook in Ireland, yet he was the central figure among the group of MI5 officers trying to bring down the Labour government. ' In Spycatcher, Wright refers to his time in Northern Ireland on pp. 358 and 59. If there is other ...
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... effectively, a political show-trial. At the same time they have hypocritically called for the release of a real mass-murderer, General Pinochet. Disappointingly, the exiled MI5 whistle-blower, David Shayler, has added his tuppenyworth to the tabloid calls to 'string 'er up', prompting the suspicion that he is more like Peter Wright (a bitter-and-twisted reactionary criticising MI5 from the right) than a principled whistle-blower such as Cathy Massiter. In truth, Letty Norwood did not give Stalin the bomb because she was never in any position to do so (although she does appear to have briefly had access to some collateral information). The ...
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64. KAL 007: 16 Years Later [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... , its spokesmen were adamant that KAL 007 had been on a deliberate 'spy mission', one which included a ten minute 'rendezvous' with one of our RC-135 (Cobra Ball) spy planes. The alleged rendezvous occurred as the airliner approached the strategically important Kamchatka Peninsula. The White House ignored the accusation. However, Speaker Jim Wright, leaving a White House briefing, let it slip that there had indeed been an RC-135 near KAL 007's flight path. The Administration's image of certainty of Soviet guilt began to develop flaws. It was soon revealed (and confirmed years later in Alvin Snyder's 1995 book, Warriors of Disinformation), that the first official transcript ...
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65. Lobster Issue 36: Contents [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... , Phil Chamberlain, Terry Hanstock, Jane Affleck, Sukarai Haruhiko, Peter Watson, David Lee, John Burnes and Harry Irwin for information, material and advice. Correction In footnote 1 on page 28 of Lobster 35 I referred to Labour MP Tony Lloyd as a 'moderniser'. My apologies to Mr Lloyd: I confused him with Tony Wright. Donations Thanks to Carol Smith for a donation of 200. The fact that the money was otherwise intended for the Labour Party makes it the sweeter. And to Anthony Holland for a donation of $100 Australian. Price increase The price increase from 2.50 to 3.00 is unavoidable: at 2.50 Lobster had ...
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... - 177. Warner p. 4. Hook mentions Rousset's suggestion in Out of Step, op. cit. p. 432. The God that Failed (Hamish Hamilton/London, 1950) was a collection of six essays edited by Labour MP Richard Crossman, three by 'the initiates' (Arthur Koestler, Ignazio Silone, and Richard Wright) and three by 'worshippers from afar' (Andre Gide, Louis Fischer, and Stephen Spender) on their disillusioned experiences with communism and the communist movement. While there was no direct connection between the book and the CCF, the intellectual significance of it is obvious: Koestler and Silone became prominent organisers of the Congress for Cultural Freedom ...
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... reference in Peter Wright's Spycatcher. He notes that 'the whole area of chemical research was an active field in the 1950s', and refers to a joint MI5/MI6 'program to investigate how far the hallucinatory drug lysergic acid diethyalmine (LSD) could be used in interrogation, and extensive trials took place at Porton. '( 21) Wright gives no date for this but, from the context it appears to be in the 1950s - the period when Olsen was visiting Porton Down. In Lobster 26 , December 1993, I revealed that Dr. Graham Pearson, Director of the Chemical and Biological Defence Establishment, had written to me admitting that between 1961 and 1972, 72 ...
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68. Lobster Issue 35: Contents [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... Hidden Agendas America and the British Labour Party: The Special Relationship At Work A Friendship of Convenience The Black Sun - Montauk's Nazi-Tibetan Connection Sources Web Update Parish Notices Thanks for material since the last Lobster to, Robin Whittaker (clipper-in-chief), Jane Affleck, Anthony Carew, Harry Irwin, Harlan Girard, Steve Wright and John Booth. Corrections I get surprisingly few anonymous or abusive letters but I got a corker after Lobster 34. The anonymous and abusive author pointed out that in my review of the John Newsinger book on the SAS I had written that in Gulf War 1: 'All Britain could muster was one tank regiment and a handful of Tornado ...
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69. 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 ...
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70. Are spies useless? (Book review) [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... -5 when a considerable section of the British ruling elites believed that a Labour government which had just received less than 40% of the vote in two elections was a harbinger of a Soviet-style state. Within the intelligence and security services, this myth took the form of the obsession with 'moles' which climaxed with 'Spycatcher' Peter Wright. In his affidavit to the court in Australia where the British government was trying to suppress his book Wright wrote, 'The present state of Britain is in part due to the penetration of the establishment by the Russians'.(14) By helping to expose the Philby story while with the Sunday Times Insight team, Knightley may have ...
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