Lockerbie — Who Is The Mysterious GOLFER? [Part I : Trust No One]

“If Lockerbie is Scotland’s Watergate then Golfer is our Deep Throat. Golfer is the ONLY eye witness to the planting, fabricating and corrupting of evidence. Potentially he is the whistle blower who could blast the whole official ship of lies out of the water.”

Policing Lockerbie — A Bella Caledonia Special Investigation(September 7, 2011)

June 14 2019 — In the last edition of Lobster Magazine (77), Robin Ramsay offers his thoughts on the recent developments in the Lockerbie Case. In this piece, Ramsay recalls the story of the GOLFER and his identification by a group of investigative journalists. I can state categorically that this previous identification is erroneous. Considering the recent developments in the Lockerbie saga, I believe that the time has come to take a good look at the GOLFER’s story.  Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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Norway & Russia — Former Border Inspector Behind Bars in Moscow on Charges of Espionage [UPDATE XI : Lawyers have not submitted a pardon application]

“Frode must come home, and Norwegian authorities must do what they can to get him out. It is not a good signal when such a positive and distinguished bridge-builder like Frode is arrested, it is not a good sign.”

Kirkenes town Mayor Rune Rafaelsen

“Once again we see the effects of big politics hitting us here locally, and we demand an end to that!”

Father Torbjørn Brox Webber

“I would not characterise the case as a global attack on bilateral relations. We have a relationship with Norway which develops in different areas. These kind of things happen, and it is uncomfortable, [but] our national legislation provides for adequate measures.”

Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova (December 28 2017)

Frode Berg, a 62 retired border inspector, was arrested by Russian security service agents in downtown Moscow on December 5th 2017. He is jailed  in isolation at the high-security Lefortovo prison.

Berg was allegedly caught receiving classified material about the Russian Navy that he is accused of planning to hand over to Norwegian and U.S. intelligence agencies. Berg claims that he was duped into working for Norway’s national intelligence agency.

On October 30 2018, the Moscow City Court has upheld the expanded arrest until December 5 2018. On Friday (November 30 2018), the court decided to prolong his arrest for another two months. On January 30 2019, the Moscow City Court has extended Berg’s detention until April 5 2019.

On April 16 2019, Frode Berg has been sentenced to 14 years, as requested by the prosecutor. Follow us on Twitter: @Intel_Today Continue reading

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Biography — Jan Van Risseghem [Prime Suspect in Hammarskjold Cold case] // UPDATE

“He didn’t know. Jan told me: ‘I made the mission and that’s all. And then I had to go back and save my life.’ ”

Pierre Coppens — Former Paratrooper and longtime friend of Jan Van Risseghem

Jan Van Risseghem

February 23 2019 — Jan Henri van Risseghem de Santieron de Saint Clément (Plötzky – Germany, September 3 1923 — Moorsele – Belgium, January 29, 2007) was a Belgian pilot and mercenary. Many experts suspect that he caused the death of UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold — as well as fifteen other people on the plane — on September 18 1961. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — Meet Trump’s New Iran Man : CIA Michael D’Andrea

“Michael D’Andrea has been revealed to be the Chief of the CIA’s Counter Terrorism Center for the last many years. He replaced Robert L. Grenier as head of CTC in 2006. He is well known as the originator of the CIA’s ‘Signature Strike’ drone operations around the world. He is depicted in the film — Zero Dark Thirty — as The Wolf.”

Cryptocomb (April 17 2014)

“A formidable adversary for the Iranians, therefore – as well as the Syrians – but it’s very odd we haven’t heard any more about him [Michael D’Andrea] for all these months. Isn’t he taking a serious interest in the latest events in Iran? Surely he is. That’s his job, isn’t it? But why this silence? Are we unable to connect any threads here? Is there perhaps, maybe, by chance alone, nudge-is-as-good-as-a-wink, some link between the “intelligence services” about whom poor old Khamenei waffles in Tehran and the “intelligence services” run by Michael D’Andrea, the man who must start “carrying out President Trump’s views”? I’m not at all sure that “the world is watching”. But it should be.”

Robert Fisk (January 2018)

Michael D’Andrea was the basis for a character known as “The Wolf” — played by Fredric Lehne — in the movie “Zero Dark Thirty”.

June 11 2017 — Michael D’Andrea, akso known as the Dark Prince or Ayatollah Mike, oversaw the hunt for Osama bin Laden and the American drone strike campaign. But from now on, the very controversial CIA officer will be running the C.I.A.’s Iran operations. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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Lockerbie — Lobster Magazine : The View From The Bridge by Robin Ramsay

“More than eighteen years after the original wrong verdict, the Scottish Crown office is now talking to former Stasi officers. This suggests that, so long as the Scottish legal system can say that they are still ‘pursuing leads’, it won’t have to face the fact that it made a dreadful mistake in going along with the Americans’ fabrication.”

Robin Ramsay — Lobster Magazine (Summer 2019)

“I regard the Lockerbie verdict against Megrahi as a ‘Grand Monument to Human Stupidity’.  Indeed, the written opinion of the Lockerbie judges is a remarkable document that claims an ‘honoured place in the history of British miscarriages of justice.’ If the [SCCRC] Commission accepts the application for a full review, the infamous Zeist verdict doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of surviving.”

INTEL TODAY — July 5 2017

In 1982, an American newsletter about the Kennedy assassination, Echoes of Conspiracy, put Robin Ramsay and Stephen Dorril in touch with each other because of their common interest in the JFK assassination story. A few months later, they decided to launch a magazine. The Independent newspaper has described it as a “delightful and worthwhile publications, more footnote than story, that [..] delivers a comprehensive picture of a clandestine world which the Establishment would prefer remained secret”.

Lobster is a magazine interested primarily in the influence of intelligence and security services on politics and world trade, what it calls “deep politics” or “parapolitics”. In the last edition (77), Robin Ramsay offers his thoughts on the recent developments in the Lockerbie Case. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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NYT Apologizes For Misreporting On Skripal Incident

“I made a significant error in my April 16 profile of Gina Haspel. It took a while to figure out where I went wrong. Here is the correction: […] The intelligence about the ducks and children were based on an early intelligence report, according to people familiar with the matter. The intelligence was presented to the US in an effort to share all that was known, not to deceive the Trump administration. This correction was delayed because conducting the research to figure out what I got wrong, how I got it wrong and what was the correct information took time. I regret the error and offer my apology. I strive to get information right the first time. That is what subscribers pay for. But when I get something wrong, I fix it. ”

Julian E. Barnes (June 5 2019)

“In March 2018, Gina Haspel lied to President Trump about the Skripal Affair in order to persuade him to escalate measures against Moscow. On April 16 of this year, The New York Times reported it without correcting Haspel’s falsehood. Please, note that the story told by the Times is not only false, it also contradicts the official narrative.”

Intel Today (June 5 2019)

“Spygate is the first American scandal in which the government wants the facts published transparently but the media want to cover them up.”

British journalist John O’Sullivan — Tweet (May 24 2019)

“Which [story] is worse? (…) The answer is they’re both as bad. In both scenarios, an utterly false picture of what happened in Salisbury was given to the sceptical President to twist his arm into taking action he didn’t want to take. As they say, when in a hole, better stop digging.”

Rob Slane — The Blogmire

First, the New York Times told us that CIA Director Gina Haspel had showed President Trump some (fake) pictures of dead ducks and sick children to persuade him to retaliate against Russia for the Skripals’ poisoning. Two months later, the New York Times journalist claims that he made a mistake. Such pictures do not — of course — exist. And now, the readers are asked to believe that Haspel showed some pictures of actual nerve agent victims who were never anywhere near Salisbury to persuade Trump to take the strongest action. Seriously? Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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Remembering the U.S.S. Liberty — June 8 1967 [2019]

There has been a lot of media coverage mostly written by Israelis or American Jews regarding Israel’s ‘victory’ fifty years ago during the so-called Six Days War directed against its Arab neighbors but I have yet to see an account that mentions the fate of the U.S.S. Liberty. Nevertheless, the Liberty is not forgotten.”

Former CIA Analyst Philip Giraldi (June 2017)

“I will never quit. My nation expects me to be physically harder and mentally stronger than my enemies. If knocked down I will get back up, every time. I will draw on every remaining ounce of strength to protect my shipmates and to accomplish our mission. I am never out of the fight.”

USS Liberty Survivors’ Creed

Israeli planes and torpedo boats attacked this U.S. Navy research ship, the USS Liberty, in the Mediterranean Sea near the Sinai Peninsula on June 8, 1967. Photo: Bettmann Archive/Getty

June 8 2017 — The attack on the U.S.S. Liberty by Israeli warplanes and torpedo boats on June 8 1967, has almost faded from memory, with a younger generation completely unaware that a United States naval vessel was once deliberately targeted and nearly sunk by America’s “greatest friend and ally” Israel.   I take this opportunity to remind you that a USS Liberty survivor is asking for your help in locating a document. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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Remembering Alan Turing [23 June 1912 – 7 June 1954]

“I believe that at the end of the century the use of words and general educated opinion will have altered so much that one will be able to speak of machines thinking without expecting to be contradicted.”

Alan Turing

“I would not like the journey [to the United States], and I detest America.”

Alan Turing (1953) — Response to a conference invitation

“A new inquiry is long overdue, even if only to dispel any doubts about the true cause of his death—including speculation that he was murdered by the security services (or others). I think murder by state agents is unlikely. There is no known evidence pointing to any such act. However, it is a major failing that this possibility has never been considered or investigated.”

 Peter Tatchell — Human Rights advocate

June 7 2019 — Alan Turing was a mathematician, cryptographer and pioneer of computer science who possessed one of the greatest brains of the 20th century. His life was one of secret triumphs shadowed by public tragedy. It has been estimated that his work shortened the war in Europe by more than two years and saved over fourteen million lives. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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Fred Burton & The Lockerbie Case [POLL]

“There is no concrete indication that any piece of luggage was unloaded from Air Malta 180, sent through the luggage routing system at Frankfurt airport, and then loaded on board Pan Am 103.”

FBI Briefing Paper

“I would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned.”

Richard Feynman — Physics Nobel Prize 1962

June 6 2019 — In his best-seller book ‘Ghost’, Mr Fred Burton — Stratfor Vice President of Intelligence — makes a truly extraordinary statement regarding the Lockerbie Case. If true, Burton’s allegation totally destroys the credibility of the ‘official story’ as narrated by FBI Richard Marquise, who led the US side of the Lockerbie investigation. But, and this is amazing, it also gives the boot to the ‘alternative theory’ promoted by many, including former CIA officer Robert Baer. Follow us on Twitter: @Intel_Today Continue reading

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How Did Spygate Begin?

 “Spygate is the first American scandal in which the government wants the facts published transparently but the media want to cover them up.”

British journalist John O’Sullivan — Tweet (May 24 2019)

“Russiagate is the worst and (considering the lack of actual evidence) most fraudulent political scandal in American history. We have yet to calculate the damage Russiagate has inflicted on America’s democratic institutions, including the presidency and the electoral process, and on domestic and foreign perceptions of American democracy, or on US-Russian relations at a critical moment when both sides, having “modernized” their nuclear weapons, are embarking on a new, more dangerous, and largely unreported arms race.”

Stephen F. Cohen

“The first conclusions to emerge from Robert Mueller’s report will prove discomfiting to the centrist (…) which blamed Hillary Clinton’s 2016 election defeat on a Russian plot. They will also be a serious affront to most in the US media, which has for two years made ‘Russiagate’ its biggest story.”

Le Monde Diplomatique

“The press is part of the operation, the indispensable part. None of it would have been possible…had the media not linked arms with spies, cops, and lawyers to relay a story first spun by Clinton operatives.”

Lee Smith — US journalist

June 5 2019 — Stephen F. Cohen — professor emeritus of Russian studies and politics at New York University and Princeton University — is America’s foremost expert on US -Russia relations. Cohen just penned an extremely interesting analysis of Russiagate. Cohen argues that Barr’s investigation is important and should be encouraged. Cohen is right. And I can promise you this much: if the investigation is thorough, the conclusions will shock American people and the world. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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