Monthly Archives: April 2017

CIA : A Few Good Women — Molly C. H. Hardy (Dec. 15 1946 – Aug. 7 1998 )

“For a small cadre of CIA veterans, the death of Osama bin Laden was more than just a national moment of relief and closure. It was also a measure of payback, a settling of a score for a pair of … Continue reading

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TURKEY: Authorities Block Access to Wikipedia

“After technical analysis and legal consideration based on the Law Nr. 5651, an administrative measure has been taken for this website Wikipedia.org.” Turkey’s Information and Communication Technologies Authority (BTK) Since Saturday morning — 08:00 local time — residents in Turkey are unable … Continue reading

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The New Chiquita Papers: “Records Identify Banana Executives who Bankrolled Terror in Colombia”

“Even after outside attorneys warned in February 2003 that it must stop payments to the outlaw paramilitary organization, Chiquita continued to pay the AUC for another 16 months. Until that point, Chiquita’s strategy, set forth by senior executives in Cincinnati, … Continue reading

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Chomsky: CIA Targeting of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks is “Disgraceful Act”

“We are going to step up our effort and already are stepping up our efforts on all leaks. This is a matter that’s gone beyond anything I’m aware of. We have professionals that have been in the security business of … Continue reading

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Syria – Chemical attack – Declassified French Intel Report

“The perpetrators of the Khan Sheikhoun atrocities and other chemical attacks will be held accountable for their criminal acts, not only in the courts but also the history books.” Jean-Marc Ayrault — French Minister of Foreign Affairs Paris, 26 April … Continue reading

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Syria – Chemical attack – Statement by France FM Jean-Marc Ayrault

“The perpetrators of the Khan Sheikhoun atrocities and other chemical attacks will be held accountable for their criminal acts, not only in the courts but also the history books.” Jean-Marc Ayrault — French Minister of Foreign Affairs Paris, 26 April … Continue reading

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Lockerbie — An open letter from Dr Jim Swire

“The Lockerbie trial is the most disgraceful miscarriage of justice in Scotland for 100 years. Every lawyer who has read the judgment says ‘this is nonsense’. It is nonsense.” Robert Black QC FRSE –Professor Emeritus of Scots Law in the … Continue reading

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FRANCE — Foreign Minister blames Syrian Regime for chemical attack

“The analysis of samples taken at the scene of the April 4 attack in Khan Sheikhun showed there is no doubt that sarin gas was used”. Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault Today — April 26 2017 — Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault … Continue reading

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FRANCE — DGSE: Intelligence Directorate reorganized

“Contrary to other western Intelligence Services, the DGSE masters all the intelligence collecting methods: human sources (HUMINT), technical sensors (SIGINT and satellite imagery), operational means and open-source processing. Intelligence collected through collaboration with other Services, national and foreign, is positively … Continue reading

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Introduction to Italian Intelligence Agencies — PART I : The Scandals

“Here in Italy, the possible complicity of the government of Silvio Berlusconi, the prime minister at the time, is one of the most difficult issues in the case. Among the Italians indicted Friday were Nicolo Pollari, who until earlier this … Continue reading

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