Monthly Archives: April 2019

Animal Spies & Warriors — Norwegian Fishermen Spot Russian-Trained Beluga Spy

“If we were using this animal for spying, do you really think we would attach a mobile phone number with the message ‘please call this number’? We have military dolphins for combat roles, we don’t cover that up.” Russian Colonel … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Forensic Science : FBI Bullet-Lead Technique Dead Wrong

“For over thirty years, FBI experts testified about comparative bullet lead analysis (CBLA), a technique that was first used in the investigation into President Kennedy’s assassination. CBLA compares trace chemicals found in bullets at crime scenes with ammunition found in … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — 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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Havana Syndrome — Dr Diane DiEuliis : “Neuro Science & Technology as Weapons”

“We’re not saying it’s not an injury to the brain. It may be. We do know, for sure, that it’s an injury to the ear and that the brain is affected. (…) These tests that we did cannot be faked.” … Continue reading

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CIA Declassified Soviet Jokes

“The CIA made a lot of mistakes during the Cold War but keeping a list of Soviet jokes was not one of them.” Dr Gene Zubovich  — University of California Berkeley historian “The US Embassy in Moscow would send in … Continue reading

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The CIA Book of Honor — Gina Haspel Visits Auburn University

“As I look back on my first year as Director, I am more in awe of the men and women at CIA than ever be. And I know that Auburn graduates also know a thing or two about serving our … Continue reading

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The Russiagate Debacle — Bob Woodward : “Role Of Steele Dossier In Russia Probe Needs To Be Investigated”

“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, … Continue reading

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Belgian Companies Accused of Illegally Exporting Chemicals to Syria [UPDATE]

“Appropriate permits were not submitted to the Belgian Customs.” Francis Adyns — Spokesperson of the Belgian Federal Public Service Finance April 25 2018 — Three Belgian companies are accused of illegally exporting chemicals to Syria. The goods exported include 168 … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — Lockerbie & Pan Am 103 : The Truth at Last?

“After writing about the “ravers” who regularly turn up at lectures to claim that President Bush/the CIA/the Pentagon/Mossad etc perpetrated the crimes against humanity of 11 September, I received a letter this week from Marion Irvine, who feared that members … Continue reading

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General Qassem Soleimani : “I Will Stand Against You” [UPDATE : Oil Waivers to End in May]

“Come! We are waiting.  You start this war, but we will finish it.” Major-General Soleimani — Head of the elite Quds Force “Iran will continue selling oil. We will proudly break the sanctions.” Iran President Hassan Rouhani November 4 2018 … Continue reading

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