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On This Day — Did The CIA Murder US Army Scientist Frank Olson? And Why? (November 28 1953) [UPDATE — New documents: Frank Olson’s death was connected to a specific program]

“If this would have been a suicide, it would have been very difficult to accomplish. There was motive to kill him. He knew the deepest, darkest secrets of the cold war. Would the American government kill an American citizen who … Continue reading

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On This Day — Did The CIA Murder US Army Scientist Frank Olson? And Why? (November 28 1953) [US biological weapons in the Korean war]

“If this would have been a suicide, it would have been very difficult to accomplish. There was motive to kill him. He knew the deepest, darkest secrets of the cold war. Would the American government kill an American citizen who … Continue reading

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On This Day — Did The CIA Murder US Army Scientist Frank Olson? And Why? (November 28 1953) [2021]

“If this would have been a suicide, it would have been very difficult to accomplish. There was motive to kill him. He knew the deepest, darkest secrets of the cold war. Would the American government kill an American citizen who … Continue reading

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On This Day — Did The CIA Murder US Army Scientist Frank Olson? And Why? (November 28 1953) [2020]

“If this would have been a suicide, it would have been very difficult to accomplish. There was motive to kill him. He knew the deepest, darkest secrets of the cold war. Would the American government kill an American citizen who … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Wormwood : Why Did The CIA Murder US Army Scientist Frank Olson? [POLL]

“In all my years in the hotel business, I never encountered a case where someone got up in the middle of the night, ran across a dark room in his underwear, avoiding two beds, and dove through a closed window … Continue reading

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On This Day — Did The CIA Murder US Army Scientist Frank Olson? And Why? (November 28 1953) [2019]

“If this would have been a suicide, it would have been very difficult to accomplish. There was motive to kill him. He knew the deepest, darkest secrets of the cold war. Would the American government kill an American citizen who … Continue reading

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Wormwood : Why Did The CIA Murder US Army Scientist Frank Olson? [UPDATE]

“In all my years in the hotel business, I never encountered a case where someone got up in the middle of the night, ran across a dark room in his underwear, avoiding two beds, and dove through a closed window … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Dr Jeffrey S. Kaye : “U.S. Dropped Plague-infected Fleas on North Korea in March 1952”

“Song Chang-Won and I thought that these numerous fleas floating on the surface of water must have been dropped by the American plane circling over our village before dawn. We, therefore, immediately informed the chairman of the Village People’s Committee … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Wormwood : Why Did The CIA Murder US Army Scientist Frank Olson?

“The most efficient accident, in simple assassination, is a fall of 75 feet or more onto a hard surface.” CIA assassination manual (1953) “What Wormwood tries to do is tell a story about how we know what we know and how reliable … Continue reading

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On This Day — Did The CIA Murder US Army Scientist Frank Olson? And Why? (November 28 1953)

“The most efficient accident, in simple assassination, is a fall of 75 feet or more onto a hard surface.” CIA assassination manual (1953) “What Wormwood tries to do is tell a story about how we know what we know and how reliable … Continue reading

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