Category Archives: Obituary

OBITUARY — Robert Fisk dies aged 74 (July 12 1946 – October 30 2020)

“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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Remembering French Investigative Journalist Pierre Péan (March 5 1938 – July 25 2019)

“It is striking to note the similarity of the ‘scientific’ evidence discovered by the FBI’s Tom Thurman in both the Lockerbie and UTA cases. Of the tens of thousands of pieces of debris collected at each disaster site, one lone … Continue reading

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Obituary — French Investigative Journalist Pierre Péan Dies at 81

“It is striking to note the similarity of the ‘scientific’ evidence discovered by the FBI’s Tom Thurman in both the Lockerbie and UTA cases. Of the tens of thousands of pieces of debris collected at each disaster site, one lone … Continue reading

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CIA Master of Disguise Tony Mendez Dies at 78

“We always say there’s nothing as lovely as the feeling of wheels up. In this case we were still in Iranian airspace for a while, so everybody was holding their breath until we were out of Iran completely. And then … Continue reading

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OBITUARY — NSA Historian Matthew M. Aid Dies at 60 (1958 – August 20 2018) — UPDATE

‘‘I have no idea how to take a normal vacation. Any spare time I have, I run up to the National Archives to do historical research.’’ Matthew M. Aid “One of Mr. Aid’s most significant findings, which became publicly known … Continue reading

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OBITUARY — NSA Historian Matthew M. Aid Dies at 60 (1958 – August 20 2018)

‘‘I have no idea how to take a normal vacation. Any spare time I have, I run up to the National Archives to do historical research.’’ Matthew M. Aid “One of Mr. Aid’s most significant findings, which became publicly known … Continue reading

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