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Lew Rockwell blog

"There are now so many phony "Private Secret Police" forces in the U.S. and around the world, and so many official secret-secret armies and secret-known armies, that all kinds of false flag, treasonous, or merely corrupt activities become very high p

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by Glenn Greenwald (Salon)

CBS News‘ Scott Pelley appears to be one of the very few American journalists bothered by, or even interested in, the fact that President Obama has asserted and exercised the power to target U.S. citizens for execution-by-CIA without a shred of due p

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Rawstory

Liberia’s Charles Taylor, the first African head of state to be prosecuted for war crimes by an international tribunal, used to work for the CIA. Taylor had a relationship with the US spy agency for years, although the details of what he actually did

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AP

The CIA's top lawyer never approved sending a veteran agency officer to New York, where he helped set up police spying programs. Such approval would have been required under the presidential order that Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said authorize

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AFP

The United States on Monday defended a draft amnesty law for Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, saying a Gulf Arab deal granted him protection from prosecution in order for him to leave power. It said the deal brokered last year by the Gulf Coop

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AP

When New York undercover officers and informants were infiltrating a mosque in Queens in 2006, they failed to notice the increasingly radical sentiments of a young man who prayed there. Police also kept tabs on a Muslim student group at Queens Colleg

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Washington Post

Since September, at least 60 people have died in 14 reported CIA drone strikes in Pakistan’s tribal regions. The Obama administration has named only one of the dead, hailing the elimination of Janbaz Zadran, a top official in the Haqqani insurgent ne

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by Glenn Greenwald (Salon)

Data obtained by Amnesty International shows that the US has repeatedly transferred ammunition to Egypt despite security forces’ violent crackdown on protesters. A shipment for the Egyptian Ministry of Interior arrived from the US

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Reuters

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin accused the United States on Thursday of stirring up protests against his 12-year rule and said foreign countries were spending hundreds of millions of dollars to influence Russian elections.

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AP

In northern Bucharest, in a busy residential neighborhood minutes from the heart of the capital city, is a secret the Romanian government has long tried to protect. For years, the CIA used a government building codenamed "Bright Light" as a makesh

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Lew Rockwell

Here is a very informative Slate article on how certain establishment insiders made a fortune from prior knowledge concerning early CIA covert actions. And here is the more detailed scholarly study in forensic economics which provided the basis for t

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