Tag Archives: Suspicious Aviation Tragedies

Three Years Ago — CIA Terrorist Luis Posada Carriles Dies in Florida (May 23 2018) [Cubana de Aviacion Flight 455]

“A15 — CIA code name for Posada — is not a typical kind of ‘boom and bang’ individual. He is acutely aware of the international implications of ill-planned or overly enthusiastic activities against Cuba.” Former CIA handler Grover Lythcott “Our … Continue reading

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On This Day — Remembering Avianca Flight 203 (November 27 1989) [2020]

“No one acts alone without orders in the FBI. We had clear goals which were clearly given to us in every document we received from anyone. If a police organization wished for us to provide them ‘proof’ of guilt, then … Continue reading

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Remembering Cubana de Aviacion Flight 455 (October 6 1976) [2020]

 “The CIA created and unleashed a Frankenstein.” Peter Kornbluh — Head of the National Security Archive’s Cuba project “Luis Posada Carriles  died without having paid for this crime nor the many other terrorist acts that are a feature of his … Continue reading

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On This Day — CIA Terrorist Luis Posada Carriles Dies in Florida (May 23 2018) [Cubana de Aviacion Flight 455]

 “The CIA created and unleashed a Frankenstein.” Peter Kornbluh — Head of the National Security Archive’s Cuba project “Luis Posada Carriles  died without having paid for this crime nor the many other terrorist acts that are a feature of his … Continue reading

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30 Years Ago — Remembering Avianca Flight 203 (November 27 1989) [2019]

“It’s not an item that appears on most attorneys’ bucket lists: ‘Challenge the commonly held explanation of a national tragedy and help win another country’s version of the Pulitzer Prize.’ It’s not that it’s not a noble goal, but where … Continue reading

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Remembering Cubana de Aviacion Flight 455 (October 6 1976) [2019]

 “The CIA created and unleashed a Frankenstein.” Peter Kornbluh — Head of the National Security Archive’s Cuba project “Luis Posada Carriles  died without having paid for this crime nor the many other terrorist acts that are a feature of his … Continue reading

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On This Day — Remembering Avianca Flight 203 (November 27 1989)

“It’s not an item that appears on most attorneys’ bucket lists: ‘Challenge the commonly held explanation of a national tragedy and help win another country’s version of the Pulitzer Prize.’ It’s not that it’s not a noble goal, but where … Continue reading

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Remembering Cubana de Aviacion Flight 455 (October 6 1976)

 “The CIA created and unleashed a Frankenstein.” Peter Kornbluh — Head of the National Security Archive’s Cuba project “Luis Posada Carriles  died without having paid for this crime nor the many other terrorist acts that are a feature of his … Continue reading

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Suspicious Aviation Tragedies — October 6 1976 : Cubana de Aviacion Flight 455 [UPDATE : Luis Posada Carriles is Dead (February 15, 1928 – May 23, 2018)]

“Luis Posada Carriles  died without having paid for this crime nor the many other terrorist acts that are a feature of his criminal record.” Cuban government website Cubadebate — May 23 2018 “A15 — CIA code name for Posada — … Continue reading

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Suspicious Aviation Tragedies — November 27 1989 : Avianca Flight 203 [UPDATE (Spanish) : Simon Bolivar Prize 2017]

“It’s not an item that appears on most attorneys’ bucket lists: ‘Challenge the commonly held explanation of a national tragedy and help win another country’s version of the Pulitzer Prize.’ It’s not that it’s not a noble goal, but where … Continue reading

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