Posts Tagged ‘murder’

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Court Rules British MI5 Agents Can Murder, Kidnap and Torture

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Surveillance footage outside of Jeffrey Epstein’s cell during suicide attempt is missing

 

ALLEGED “suicide attempt,” poor journalism. Alleged by the prison officials and no one else. There was never any suicide attempt. He was beaten up by his cell mate. Everyone with three working brain cells can see that.

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One day later, they are reporting that the footage now exists again. No one is allowed to see it yet. I’m guessing that it’s from outside the cell in the hallway and shows nothing conclusive. That’s the way these coverups tend to go.

 

SERENA SHIM: THE LIFE AND UNEXPLAINED DEATH OF A SYRIA WAR REPORTER

 

She had recently reported for the Iranian-backed Press TV about Turkey’s role in smuggling IS fighters into Syria on World Food Programme trucks. In her final live broadcast, she described how agents from the Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MIT) had been asking questions about her movements while she was covering the siege of Kobani by IS militants.

The intelligence agency had labeled her a “spy,” she said, and pressed locals to “give them a phone call” if they saw her.

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Inside the Organized Crime Syndicate known as the CIA: an Interview with Douglas Valentine

 

T]he most common way of the CIA launching a covert action program that is deniable is by attributing it to another agency.

 

We managed the insurgency in South Vietnam and their names could be put on blacklists. And once their name was on a list—once somebody had been informed about them, and once they were a member of a list a that was called the Vietcong infrastructure, the insurgency—the CIA and its forces could go out and kidnap them, put them in interrogation centers, kill them along with their families, and do anything they wanted to try and suppress them. And the problem was that lots of innocent civilians got their names put on these blacklists. In fact, one of the ways that the CIA and its forces, the South Vietnamese Special Police and its mercenary army, one of the ways that they got people to inform on the members of the Vietcong insurgency was by threatening to put their names on blacklists. So therefore, it became a blackmail scheme.”

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