Monthly Archives: October 2016

Suspicious Aviation Tragedies — Introduction

“Governments lie. They do it all the time. And, much as we’d like to believe otherwise, the US government is no exception. There were times when we may have believed otherwise. But after Vietnam and Watergate, we know better.” Ted … Continue reading

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Lockerbie: Key Witness Is Dead

“I personally hope that Tony is in a better place and that he is now at peace because he must have led a tortured life knowing that he had jailed an innocent man for money.” George Thomson — Lockerbie Investigator … Continue reading

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Fighting Iran: Intelligence Support During Operation Earnest Will — 1987–88

“So it’s interesting to look at these in hindsight. We used to look at them as kind of discrete events, not tied to each other, and seen in a vacuum. But from a distance, I think we can see more … Continue reading

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The CIA Memorial Wall : David Lee Konzelman

“David Lee Konzelman was a bright, confident, and engaging young CIA officer working in one of the most complicated and dangerous areas in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. He died on October 24, 1971, from injuries suffered several weeks … Continue reading

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MALTA: 3 DGSE Officers Killed in the Crash

“Malta is the Casablanca of the 40s. Malta is the backroom base for all Libyan operations. The French, the English, the Italians, the Americans … everybody is there.” Unnamed expert in Libyan affairs France appears to be using Malta as a stepping … Continue reading

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French Constitutional Council: Wireless Communication Intercepts Are Illegal

“The secrecy of correspondence is a fundamental legal principle enshrined in the constitutions of several European countries. It guarantees that the content of sealed letters is never revealed and letters in transit are not opened by government officials or any … Continue reading

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Former CIA Jeffrey Sterling: News Conference (VIDEO)

“The Jeffrey Sterling Case is an absolute travesty of Justice.” Thomas Drake — Former senior executive at the National Security Agency “The Obama administration has presided over the most draconian crackdown on National Security and Intelligence whistle-blowers in US History.” … Continue reading

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Who Is Who in World Intelligence and Security Agencies : SVR Director Sergey Naryshkin

“You fully understand, as we do, the situation we are currently facing, how important is the success of that service for the development of the country.” Vladimir Putin to Sergey Naryshkin The speaker of the lower house of the Russian … Continue reading

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EUROPE Anti-Terrorism Group-4: Investigators Need Access to Encrypted Communications

‘TELEGRAM has become known as a preferred means of communication for the Sunni terror group ISIS and was used by the ISIS cell that plotted the Paris terror attacks in November.” CNN News Report Prosecutors from the EU Anti-Terrorism Group4 … Continue reading

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EU Counter-terrorism Coordinator: “The Caliphate Is Imploding.”

“The big question is this: What will we do with the 2000 ISIS returnees?” Gilles de Kerkhove Gilles de Kerchove d’Ousselghem (born 3 October 1956 in Uccle/Ukkel, Belgium) is a Belgian senior European Union official. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY

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