Tag Archives: CIA

Whistleblowers, CIA Transparency and Political Rhetoric

  I know many of you have been awaiting the release of my new book, "JFK: The Untold Stories". I still have no word, but I promise to share here first when I do. Thank you for your continued support and interest in it. In that vein, I was reading several articles this week while…
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Let’s Not Discount Double-Chek

Gordon NovelFor years, authors, a district attorney, researchers, politicians and peripheral JFK assassination suspects have discussed, known and hinted at the mystery of Gordon Novel of Garrison, Delorean and Watergate infamy. Some have even accused him of being the Umbrella Man in Dealey Plaza. In 1967, Jim Garrison was approached by a young electronics expert who had information…
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White House Efforts by Dick Cheney to Blunt the Church Committee

Washington, D.C., July 20, 2015 - Forty years ago this year, Congress’s first serious inquiry into CIA abuses faced many of the same political and bureaucratic obstructions as Senate investigators have confronted in assessing Intelligence Community performance since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Records posted today for the first time by the National Security…
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A Study of Assassination

This is the PDF of a CIA file released in 1997 under the FOIA that I received today via LeakSource.  It discusses morals, guns, bombs, drawings of how to assassinate someone at a conference table and more.   I find it sickeningly amusing that one of the key tenets is: "…assassination can seldom be employed with…
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