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#1 Steven Gaal

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Posted 19 May 2005 - 11:12 PM

Col. PASH was sent into Europe to stop the NAZI A-Bomb program in WWII. On the internet I found that PASH, post war, maintained an office at Oak Ridge. (HARVEY & LEE fans know that a LHO (Lee) signed a visitators register there(when Harvey was elsewhere)). From 1944 to 1952 Medford Byran Evans was the head trainer in Security at Oak Ridge. It is small assumption that PASH knew Evans. (Evan's son BTW knows the CIA Buckley family) PASH did so called WET ops against the scientists in Europe. Im sure there were imported NASI & European scientists who knew what PASH did and worked at Oak Ridge. ++ Hunt was left out in the cold. IMHO McCord let everyone be caught in the Break-in on purpose. Hunts statement about JJA and PASH (that JJA used PASH in assassinations) was a way of getting back/sending message to CIA (lay off me or I'll blow whole DALLAS THING !!). IMHO Evans was a deep penetration agent of the CIA into the far-right south. If so, JJA could have used him (Evans) as an asset. THANKS STEVE GAAL material below reproduced for research purposes only.Jerry P. Shinley Archive:
General Edwin Walker's New Orleans Links






General Walker's New Orleans Links
Author: jpshinley
Email: jpshinley@my-dejanews.com
Date: 1998/07/28

Jerry Rose, in an article entitled "Nut Country II", (The Third Decade; May, 1990; Volume 6, Number 4; pp 1-5) transcribes a document from the National Archives concerning the activities of Major General Edwin A. Walker in New Orleans on Nov 20, 1963. The Document is a report from the Louisiana State Police. Walker met privately with Perez at his office in the National American Bank Building and also meet with about 35 conservative leaders at the Jung Hotel. On the 21st, Walker held another meeting with 90 people.

It is possible that Walker's meeting was ostensibly connected with the Free Elector movement, which developed into a George Wallace for president campaign. It is certainly conceivable that Banister was one of the "conservative leaders" present at this meeting.

Perhaps this would be the logical point to introduce a mutual cquaintance of Banister and Walker: Medford Bryan Evans. The first item concerning Evans is his entry from "Contemporary Authors" (Volumes 25-28 (revised); Gale Research Co.; 1971-78). Evans was born in 1907 in Lufkin, Texas. He graduated from the University of Chattanooga in 1927 and took a Ph. D. from Yale in 1933. He taught at various colleges. From 1944 to 1952, Evans worked for the Atomic Energy Commission in Oak Ridge and Washington, D. C. His last position was as chief of security training. He worked for the H. L. Hunt-created Facts Forum Foundation in Dallas from 1954 to 1955. He lived in Natchitoches, Louisiana from 1955 to 1962, teaching at Northwestern State College from 1955 to 1959, and working as a "consultant" from 1959 to 1962. In 1962, he went to work as managing editor of "The Citizen", official publication of the Citizens' Councils of America in Jackson, Mississippi. Evans was also a member of the John Birch Society and a contributor to its publication, "American Opinion". (see also: McMillen, Neil R. "The Citizens' Council". Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1971) My understanding is that Evans died in the late Eighties. M. (Medford) Stanton Evans, a member of William F. Buckley's circle, is Evans' son.

In 1962, Evans appeared alongside General Walker at the Senate "Military Muzzling" Hearings organized by Strom Thurmond. (Military Cold War Education and Speech Review Policies; Hearings before the Special Preparedness Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, U. S. Senate, 87th Congress, 2nd Session, p 1389)

A review, by Evans, of three books related to the JFK assassination appeared in "American Opinion" for September, 1977. (pp 67-70). In the course of the review, Evans described Banister as "a friend of mine as it happens." (p69, 1st column, 1st paragraph)

An indication that Evans and Banister moved in the same circles in Louisiana is that in 1960 Evans was named as secretary of the Louisiana States Rights Party. Kent Courtney was the party's candidate for governor. David C. Treen, a New Orleans attorney was named chairman, replacing another N. O. lawyer, Felix Lapeyre. (NOTP; January 6, 1960; s1, p11) Kent Courtney was named by the HSCA as a Banister acquaintance. (HSCA; Vol X, 130)

General Walker should be asked about the purpose of his trip to N. O. just before the assassination. Was Banister present at the meetings? Did Walker have direct or indirect contact with Banister before this? Did he ever discuss Banister with Medford Evans? Was Banister interested in the Walker shooting? Did Walker discuss Banister with Evans after the assassination?

Since David C. Treen's name came up, here's a bit more. In 1960, Leander Perez seized the machinery of the Louisiana States' Rights Party in order to field a slate of Presidential electors in opposition to the Democratic Kennedy-Johnson ticket. David C. Treen, Willie Rainach, Emile A. Wagner and Perez himself were on the slate. (NOTP; September 19, 1960; s1, p3) The next year, Treen attacked the National States' Rights Party, after a "secret" meeting of a purported local branch. He insisted that the Louisiana Party was in no way connected to the national group, which was "a disgrace to the term 'states rights.'" (NOTP; June 3, 1961; s2, p3). A year later, after Treen left, the Louisiana States Rights Party would file suit in Federal Court against the NSRP. The suit sought to enjoin the NSRP from using the words "States' Rights Party" in Louisiana. The complaint was made that the NSRP has falsely claimed an affiliation with the Louisiana group. The NSRP newspaper, "The Thunderbolt", was referred to as "a reprehensible, abhorrent and despicable publication." (NOTP; September 12, 1962; s2, p4) Treen would switch to the Republican party and become a congressman, then governor of Louisiana. In 1966, he was a director of INCA. (NOTP; December 13, 1966; s4, p7) I believe Treen is still alive. He spoke out in opposition to David Duke in the last election. I'm not sure if he would be too thrilled to talk about the good old days with the segregationists.

Another Walker-New Orleans link is through George Soule, president of Soule Business College. In 1962, George Soule was "community chairman" of the New Orleans Indignation Committee. (NOTP; February 8, 1962; s2, p4) In January, Walker had addressed this group, via closed-circuit TV, at a meeting held at Soule College. (NOTP; January 4, 1962; s1, p14)

In 1963, Soule was chairman of the 12th Annual National Congress of Freedom. (Who's Who in the South and Southwest 1963 - 1964) General Walker's lawyer, Clyde Watts, was a speaker at this event. (NOTP; April 7, 1963). J. A. Milteer was also in attendance. (Weisberg; Frame-Up; p481)

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Posted 20 May 2005 - 12:02 AM

Thanks, Steve.

Have you, or any other forum member, ever come across information which details a relationship between Boris Pash and Sidney Gottlieb, and their association with the Health Alteration Committee? Pash allegedly ordered the assassination of Anthrax specialist Frank Olsen.

I remember reading somewhere that if William Harvey was 007, then Pash was 001.

James

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Posted 20 May 2005 - 12:19 AM

James,

The link below refers to the book Journey Into Madness: The True Story of Secret CIA Mind Control and Medical Abuse by Gordon Thomas (Bantam Books, New York, 1989) regarding the “mind-control and torture experiments of Pash and Gottlieb.”

The link also cites a reference to the work of the “Health Alteration Committee” in the book Dulles by Leonard Mosley. The link also refers to the death of Frank Olsen.

http://www.subversiv...efromsky27.html

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Posted 20 May 2005 - 12:25 AM

James,

The link below refers to the book Journey Into Madness: The True Story of Secret CIA Mind Control and Medical Abuse by Gordon Thomas (Bantam Books, New York, 1989) regarding the “mind-control and torture experiments of Pash and Gottlieb.”

The link also cites a reference to the work of the “Health Alteration Committee” in the book Dulles by Leonard Mosley. The link also refers to the death of Frank Olsen.

http://www.subversiv...efromsky27.html

Ron

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Thanks, Ron.

I seem to remember now that's where I originally read it. I shouldn't have been so lazy and had a Google around before asking the question.

Cheers,

James

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Posted 20 May 2005 - 01:22 AM

Thanks, Steve.

Have you, or any other forum member, ever come across information which details a relationship between Boris Pash and Sidney Gottlieb, and their association with the Health Alteration Committee? Pash allegedly ordered the assassination of Anthrax specialist Frank Olsen.

I remember reading somewhere that if William Harvey was 007, then Pash was 001.

James

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James,

I've been doing some research along those lines. I think the link to Gottlieb travels right through Dr. Jose Rivera to H. Warner Kloepfer and then Ruth Paine and LHO. I'm still convinced that there's a Gottlieb/Rivera connection when I consider Adele Edison's account of events prior to Nov. 63. Rivera was in Gottlieb's employ.

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Posted 20 May 2005 - 01:47 AM

I've been doing some research along those lines. I think the link to Gottlieb travels right through Dr. Jose Rivera to H. Warner Kloepfer and then Ruth Paine and LHO. I'm still convinced that there's a Gottlieb/Rivera connection when I consider Adele Edison's account of events prior to Nov. 63. Rivera was in Gottlieb's employ. (Chris Newton)

Thanks, Chris. Interesting indeed.

Do you give the concept that LHO was subject to mind control drugs any credibility at all?

James

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Posted 20 May 2005 - 05:25 AM

I've been doing some research along those lines. I think the link to Gottlieb travels right through Dr. Jose Rivera to H. Warner Kloepfer and then Ruth Paine and LHO. I'm still convinced that there's a Gottlieb/Rivera connection when I consider Adele Edison's account of events prior to Nov. 63. Rivera was in Gottlieb's employ. (Chris Newton)

Thanks, Chris. Interesting indeed.

Do you give the concept that LHO was subject to mind control drugs any credibility at all?

James

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Remember, James, in that FRANKOLSONPROJECT website they show that there was 100,000 doses of LSD in the safe at ATSUGI AIR BASE JAPAN.

I think Lee's attempts at suicide in the Marines (and in Minsk) are exactly the type of "foreshadowing" that MK/ULTRA and the false defector program used.

A communist, who attempted suicide, but worked closely with David Ferrie and other shadowy sponsors? He could be useful............

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Posted 21 May 2005 - 01:09 AM



Thanks, Chris. Interesting indeed.

Do you give the concept that LHO was subject to mind control drugs any credibility at all?

James

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James,

I'm not sure the case can be made that LHO was subjected to MKULTRA style LSD experiments at this time -but the possibility certainly exists. Dr. Rivera had foreknowledge of the assassination and slipped Adele LSD. He also knew LHO and had his future phone number in New Orleans. Coincidence? Hardly.

Gottlieb was in charge of TSS, they were in the business of assassination and termination. That there is a connection to LHO should come as a surprise to no one.

I think it's likely that the "Harvey and Lee Project" was a 1950's MKULTRA mission. Consider brother Robert's notebook -heroics, drugs.

Gottlieb and Lashbrook should have both been tried for Murder One and spent the rest of their days on death row. No one should be above the law. Frank Olson and his family are owed a lot more than the BS they've gotten so far.

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Posted 21 May 2005 - 06:36 AM

James,

I'm not sure the case can be made that LHO was subjected to MKULTRA style LSD experiments at this time -but the possibility certainly exists. Dr. Rivera had foreknowledge of the assassination and slipped Adele LSD. He also knew LHO and had his future phone number in New Orleans. Coincidence? Hardly.

Gottlieb was in charge of TSS, they were in the business of assassination and termination. That there is a connection to LHO should come as a surprise to no one.

I think it's likely that the "Harvey and Lee Project" was a 1950's MKULTRA mission. Consider brother Robert's notebook -heroics, drugs.

Gottlieb and Lashbrook should have both been tried for Murder One and spent the rest of their days on death row. No one should be above the law. Frank Olson and his family are owed a lot more than the BS they've gotten so far.
(Chris Newton)

Thanks, Chris. I appreciate the reply. The Rivera incident is curious to say the least.

James

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Posted 22 May 2005 - 09:02 AM

Of course, one of the things that makes the JFK case both baffling and intriguing is the multiple number of incidents that are "curious". Some things must be mere coincidences because some of the incidents would appear to be mutually exclusive. For instance, unless LBJ and Fidel were partners, the fact of the Cubela/Sanchez meeting in Paris was occuring at the same time of the assassination--and the fact that there was damaging evidence about to emerge about LBJ at the time of the assassination--one of those events MUST be merely a coincidence.

Back to the matter at issue, did any government agents ever admit that Edison told him the story BEFORE the assassination? Did any one she named ever DENY she told him the story before the assassination?

When did the story first emerge? Was Dr Rivera ever questioned about it?

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Posted 24 July 2008 - 11:46 PM

Thanks, Steve.

Have you, or any other forum member, ever come across information which details a relationship between Boris Pash and Sidney Gottlieb, and their association with the Health Alteration Committee? Pash allegedly ordered the assassination of Anthrax specialist Frank Olsen.

I remember reading somewhere that if William Harvey was 007, then Pash was 001.

James

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James you probably already know this but it was news to me when I read it in Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin's bio of Oppenheimer a couple of months ago. I was surprised to find William Harvey working with Boris Pash doing security around the Manhattan project. Pash was constantly trying to convince Groves to kick out Oppenheimer as someone who was not anti-soviet enough. Apparenly Harvey may have taken some short cuts to help out his enthusiastic White Russian California football coach of a boss:

As noted earlier, the first documented reference to Frank's(Oppenheimers brother) association with Chevalier to appear in the FBI's fifles was in a
memo of March 5, 1944, by agent William Harvey. Harvey had no independent information about the Chevalier (Oppenheimer's suspected Comm
unist friend) afair but in a composing a summar of it he identireid Frank as the "one person" approached by Chevalier. However, Harvery
failed to cite any evidence for htis conclusion, an oversight that would baffle senior agents a decade later, when they reported to Hoover:
"file review failed to reflect any info that Frank Oppenheimer was approached for data concerning MED [Manhattan Engineer District] project
or that such info was ever reported by J. Robert Oppenheimer to MED or Bureau (515, American Prometheus)

Was this more of Harvey's unkempt file cabinets, or was there an ulterior motive? Harvey certainly knew of Pash's repeated attempts to get Oppenheimer
removed from the Manhattan Project for security reasons.

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Posted 25 July 2008 - 01:04 AM

Thanks, Steve.

Have you, or any other forum member, ever come across information which details a relationship between Boris Pash and Sidney Gottlieb, and their association with the Health Alteration Committee? Pash allegedly ordered the assassination of Anthrax specialist Frank Olsen.

I remember reading somewhere that if William Harvey was 007, then Pash was 001.

James

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James you probably already know this but it was news to me when I read it in Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin's bio of Oppenheimer a couple of months ago. I was surprised to find William Harvey working with Boris Pash doing security around the Manhattan project. Pash was constantly trying to convince Groves to kick out Oppenheimer as someone who was not anti-soviet enough. Apparenly Harvey may have taken some short cuts to help out his enthusiastic White Russian California football coach of a boss:

As noted earlier, the first documented reference to Frank's(Oppenheimers brother) association with Chevalier to appear in the FBI's fifles was in a
memo of March 5, 1944, by agent William Harvey. Harvey had no independent information about the Chevalier (Oppenheimer's suspected Comm
unist friend) afair but in a composing a summar of it he identireid Frank as the "one person" approached by Chevalier. However, Harvey


failed to cite any evidence for htis conclusion, an oversight that would baffle senior agents a decade later, when they reported to Hoover:
"file review failed to reflect any info that Frank Oppenheimer was approached for data concerning MED [Manhattan Engineer District] project
or that such info was ever reported by J. Robert Oppenheimer to MED or Bureau (515, American Prometheus)

Was this more of Harvey's unkempt file cabinets, or was there an ulterior motive? Harvey certainly knew of Pash's repeated attempts to get Oppenheimer
removed from the Manhattan Project for security reasons.

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Should have mentioned Pash's alledged relations with Angleton:

The CIA's E. Howard Hunt, ehile imprisoned for the Watergate break-in, told the New York Times that Pash's CIA assassination unit was
was designed especially for the killing of suspected double aents. That placed Pash's terminators under the authority of counterintelligence
chief Angleton. Joseph Trento testified that his sources confirmed, "Pash's assassination unit was assigned to Angleton"

Also reguarding the question about Pash and Gottlieb Olsen and Anthrax, did Gottlieb come through Argentina?

The reason I ask this question is that COlby and Dennett in their incredible book Thy Will Be Done about Rockefeller and South America, describe the very
close Nelson business and intelligence ally J.C. King as the guy in charge on the Argentina end of the vatican ratline. With that in mind, consider consider
the following two passages, the first from Thy Will be Done:

The success of King's operations in Argentina ws evident by his meteoric rise to the equivalent rank of a lieutenant genral as the
CIA's first Chief of Clandestine services in the Western Hemisphere. For intelliegnec gathering, he relied on former FBI agents
(J. Edgar Hoover having shared control with Rockefeller of intellignec operaitons in Latin America during World War II) using as
their main sources American businessmen who were overseeing subsidiaries of major American corporations, as well as local
police chiefs in Latin American cities. (Thy Will Be Done, Colby and Dennett p. 233.)

Interestingly J.C. king is described as working closely with Thomas Mann, another old Latin America hand considered more akin to Hoover and considerably
to the right of the OSS and CIA, in undermining much of the Allaince For Progress throughout much of Latin America, with the enthusiastic support of LBJ and Rockefeller, who had previously consolidated the new HEW and seen its elevation to a cabinet level position under Eisenhower. Also recall that Neson Rockefeller replaced C.D. Jackson as Ike's chief Psy Ops dude around same time that Gottleib became the new boss of M.K Ultra. Also recall the HEW was the CIA's biggest conduit of cash for MK Ultra during the 1950s.

Also see Rockefeller and J.C kings joint involvement in the Amazon Natural Drug Company (ANDCO)

Also Colby and Dennett write about this interesting omission from the Rockefeler Committee of 1975:

He did not mention the CIA's unauthorized storage of curare, cobra venom, shellfish poision, and other toxins and biological weapons
in direct violation of Presidne Nixon's executive order of February 1970 to destroy the stockpiles. Among the scientists collaborating with
the CIA in the lllegal sotrage of these biological weapons were four scientists at Rockefeller University. (p.737)

Anyway do we have any record of possible relationships btw J.C. King and Gottlieb. King and Nelson Rockefeller are practically insep.

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 01:54 PM

Thanks, Steve.

Have you, or any other forum member, ever come across information which details a relationship between Boris Pash and Sidney Gottlieb, and their association with the Health Alteration Committee? Pash allegedly ordered the assassination of Anthrax specialist Frank Olsen.

I remember reading somewhere that if William Harvey was 007, then Pash was 001.

James

-------

James you probably already know this but it was news to me when I read it in Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin's bio of Oppenheimer a couple of months ago. I was surprised to find William Harvey working with Boris Pash doing security around the Manhattan project. Pash was constantly trying to convince Groves to kick out Oppenheimer as someone who was not anti-soviet enough. Apparenly Harvey may have taken some short cuts to help out his enthusiastic White Russian California football coach of a boss:

As noted earlier, the first documented reference to Frank's(Oppenheimers brother) association with Chevalier to appear in the FBI's fifles was in a
memo of March 5, 1944, by agent William Harvey. Harvey had no independent information about the Chevalier (Oppenheimer's suspected Comm
unist friend) afair but in a composing a summar of it he identireid Frank as the "one person" approached by Chevalier. However, Harvey


failed to cite any evidence for htis conclusion, an oversight that would baffle senior agents a decade later, when they reported to Hoover:
"file review failed to reflect any info that Frank Oppenheimer was approached for data concerning MED [Manhattan Engineer District] project
or that such info was ever reported by J. Robert Oppenheimer to MED or Bureau (515, American Prometheus)

Was this more of Harvey's unkempt file cabinets, or was there an ulterior motive? Harvey certainly knew of Pash's repeated attempts to get Oppenheimer
removed from the Manhattan Project for security reasons.

-----------

Should have mentioned Pash's alledged relations with Angleton:

The CIA's E. Howard Hunt, ehile imprisoned for the Watergate break-in, told the New York Times that Pash's CIA assassination unit was
was designed especially for the killing of suspected double aents. That placed Pash's terminators under the authority of counterintelligence
chief Angleton. Joseph Trento testified that his sources confirmed, "Pash's assassination unit was assigned to Angleton"

Also reguarding the question about Pash and Gottlieb Olsen and Anthrax, did Gottlieb come through Argentina?

The reason I ask this question is that COlby and Dennett in their incredible book Thy Will Be Done about Rockefeller and South America, describe the very
close Nelson business and intelligence ally J.C. King as the guy in charge on the Argentina end of the vatican ratline. With that in mind, consider consider
the following two passages, the first from Thy Will be Done:

The success of King's operations in Argentina ws evident by his meteoric rise to the equivalent rank of a lieutenant genral as the
CIA's first Chief of Clandestine services in the Western Hemisphere. For intelliegnec gathering, he relied on former FBI agents
(J. Edgar Hoover having shared control with Rockefeller of intellignec operaitons in Latin America during World War II) using as
their main sources American businessmen who were overseeing subsidiaries of major American corporations, as well as local
police chiefs in Latin American cities. (Thy Will Be Done, Colby and Dennett p. 233.)

Interestingly J.C. king is described as working closely with Thomas Mann, another old Latin America hand considered more akin to Hoover and considerably
to the right of the OSS and CIA, in undermining much of the Allaince For Progress throughout much of Latin America, with the enthusiastic support of LBJ and Rockefeller, who had previously consolidated the new HEW and seen its elevation to a cabinet level position under Eisenhower. Also recall that Neson Rockefeller replaced C.D. Jackson as Ike's chief Psy Ops dude around same time that Gottleib became the new boss of M.K Ultra. Also recall the HEW was the CIA's biggest conduit of cash for MK Ultra during the 1950s.

Also see Rockefeller and J.C kings joint involvement in the Amazon Natural Drug Company (ANDCO)

Also Colby and Dennett write about this interesting omission from the Rockefeler Committee of 1975:

He did not mention the CIA's unauthorized storage of curare, cobra venom, shellfish poision, and other toxins and biological weapons
in direct violation of Presidne Nixon's executive order of February 1970 to destroy the stockpiles. Among the scientists collaborating with
the CIA in the lllegal sotrage of these biological weapons were four scientists at Rockefeller University. (p.737)

Anyway do we have any record of possible relationships btw J.C. King and Gottlieb. King and Nelson Rockefeller are practically insep.

PASH, BORIS
Boris T. Pash (1900–1995) was a US Army officer.
He was born in San Francisco, California, on June 20, 1900. His father was Rev. Theodore Pashkovsky (would become Most Reverend Metropolitan Theophilus from 1934-1950), a Russian Orthodox priest who had been sent to California by the Church in 1894. Because his father had been recalled to Russia, the entire family returned to Russia in 1912. Boris attended Seminary school and graduated in 1917. During the Russian Revolution, he served in the White Russian navy. In 1920, he married Lydia Ivanov, and chose to return to the United States when the Bolshevik consolidation of power became apparent. He was able to secure employment with the YMCA in Berlin [Germany] where his son (Edgar Constantine Boris Pashkovsky; aka Edgar C.B. Pash) was born on June 14, 1921. Upon returning to the United States with his family, he attended Springfield College, in Springfield, Massachusetts, where he graduated with a B.A. in physical education. It was during this time that he changed the family name from Pashkovsky to Pash.
Before World War II, Pash taught at Hollywood High School in Los Angeles. He continued his education, and received an M.A. from the University of Southern California. A reserve officer, he was called to active duty in 1940. He was a security officer for the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos, and, toward the end of the war, the military leader of the Operation Alsos. Its purpose was to determine how far the Axis had progressed toward developing nuclear weapons, and to secure atomic material and capture the scientists working on the Nazi atomic project.
After the war, Pash served in various military intelligence positions. He served under General Douglas MacArthur in Japan (1946-47). He also served in Austria (1952-53), and in Washington, D.C. (1953-57). From 1948-51, he served as a military representative to the Central Intelligence Agency. During this time, he was in charge of a controversial CIA program PB/7, also known as Operation Bloodstone. In 1954, he testified in the Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer security investigation. He retired from the Army in 1957. He died on May 11, 1995 in Greenbrae, California.
Colonel Pash is a member of the Military Intelligence Hall of Fame.
Further reading
* Goudsmit, Samuel A. (1947). Alsos : The failure in German science. New York: H. Schuman. ISBN 978-1563964152.
* Groves, Leslie R. (1962). Now It Can Be Told: The Story of the Manhattan Project. New York: Da Capo Press. ISBN 978-0306801891.
* Mahoney, Leo J. (1981). A history of the war department scientific intelligence mission (ALSOS), 1943-1945. Ph.D. Dissertation, Kent State University.
The Alsos Mission. New York: Charter Books. ISBN 978-0441017904.
This book describes the Alsos Missions I and II, which were assigned during the latter part of World War II to discover Germany’s progress in making an atomic bomb. The first person narrative by Colonel Boris Pash, who headed the missions, chronicles the events, large and small, of Alsos as it searched for information in Italy in its first mission and France and Germany during its second. With the help of his group, including his deputy George Eckman and scientist Samuel Goudsmit, Pash interrogated important scientists such as Otto Hahn, Werner Heisenberg and Frédéric Joliot-Curie. The mission also found Joliot-Curie while Paris was being liberated, obtained France’s supply of uranium, and brought back radium to the United States. His account is informative and entertaining. An appendix contains a complete listing of the Alsos mission personnel.
PASH, BORIS T. (COL.)
Sources: Church Committee, Book IV, pp. 128-129; New York Times, 12/26/75; Dallas Morning News, Sat, 12/27/75, p. 12-A; Armies of Ignorance, Corson, pp. 363-365; Blowback, Simpson, pp. 26, 108, 152-155; The Fish is Red, Turner & Hinckle, p. 29; Plausible Denial, Lane, p. 155
Mary's
Comments: DOB: January 20, 1900; POB: ? Virginia - The Very Best Men says he was a Russian emigre; DOD: May 11, 1995; POD: Novato (Marin County) CA 94949; SS # 224-52-7073. During the 1917 Russian Revolution, Pash was in Moscow and Eastern Europe with his father, a missionary of Russian extraction. Pash spent much of the Soviet civil war working on the side of the White armies, then with Czarist refugees who had fled their country. Wife (?) Lydia (?) Howard Hunt claimed Pash ran an "assassination team." "...An army colonel...assigned to CIA from March 3, 1949, to Jan 3, 1952...and on several projects after that..." Wrote book about World War II, Alsos Mission which he had commanded. He had previously been Security Chief for the Manhattan Project, the United States' atomic bomb program. (In 2001, there is an S. Pash, Novato, CA 94949, (415) 883-4056 - probably the son or daughter of Boris Pash)

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Posted 26 August 2008 - 02:17 PM

For those who are curious, Pash's testimony before the Church Committee makes for some interesting reading.

James

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Posted 25 March 2009 - 07:28 AM

For those who are curious, Pash's testimony before the Church Committee makes for some interesting reading.

James



Yes James,

I recently came across it and will post a link to it if I can find it again.

There's also a mention of a newspaper article, I think that E. Howard Hunt calls Pash the head of an assassin's unit.

BK

http://www.maryferre...amp;relPageId=5

Edited by William Kelly, 25 March 2009 - 08:09 AM.





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