Monthly Archives: October 2017

Trump will allow scheduled release of JFK files

“I want to splinter the C.I.A. in a thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds.” President Kennedy In 1992 – the year after Oliver Stone’s JFK prompted fresh interest in the roles of US Intelligence Agencies in the case … Continue reading

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CIA — Lulu got fired… Would rather play than sniff bombs

“Sometimes, even after testing, our pups make it clear being an explosive detection K9 isn’t for them.” CIA — Twitter Lulu got fired from the CIA because she would rather play than sniff bombs. Nevertheless, officials at the C.I.A. wished her … Continue reading

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The Los Alamos Primer — Section III

“In a great number of cases, I have seen Dr. Oppenheimer act — I understand that Dr. Oppenheimer acted — in a way which was for me was exceedingly hard to understand. I thoroughly disagreed with him in numerous issues … Continue reading

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COLD CASE — Who smeared Richard Feynman? [FBI FILES]

“The author repeatedly invokes Eisenhower’s name in awe and respect, and offers to swear either on a Bible or to the President himself. The author talks of Feynman’s “long hatred of Republicans,” but knows that Feynman registered as a Republican … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — 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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MI5 Boss : “More attacks are inevitable.”

“They [staff at MI5] are constantly making tough professional judgements based on fragments of intelligence; pinpricks of light against a dark and shifting canvas. (…) The threat is multi-dimensional, evolving rapidly and operating at a scale and pace we’ve not … Continue reading

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PT/35(b) — The Most Expensive Forgery in History [Lockerbie]

“Without PT/35(b), there would have been no indictment.” Richard Marquise — FBI Agent who led the US side of the Lockerbie investigation “I regard the Lockerbie verdict against Megrahi as a ‘Grand Monument to Human Stupidity’.  Indeed, the written opinion of … Continue reading

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The Real Story Behind Netflix’s Narcos

“What we’ve learned is that if you look at history what happened with the Medellin Cartel after we took them down, Cali Cartel got stronger, right? Then we take them down, and North Valle Cartel takes over. We’re taking down … Continue reading

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Maltese Investigative Blogger Killed in Car Bomb

The best way to think of Daphne Caruana Galizia is as a one-woman WikiLeaks, crusading against untransparency and corruption in Malta, an island nation famous for both. To John Dalli, a former European commissioner whom she helped bring down in … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — BELGIUM — Europe’s Most Wanted

“Mr Atar’s situation is being followed closely. Repeated requests made by Belgium to the Iraqi government to consider an early release for humanitarian reasons have been fruitless so far.” Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs — October 9, 2010 Oussama Atar, … Continue reading

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