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John Geraghty

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  1. After a prolonged absence from the forum I shall add my two cents. I think Dr Newman may be quite close to the mark. What he says makes some sense to me, and his deduction sounds logical. The fact that Angleton investigated the assassination internally for the CIA also tends to point to a 'handling' of information and its control. I held suspicions about Angleton, he seemed to be 'the man who kept the secrets', despite what Richard Helms biography may say. Angleton really does personify the agency, having been there for all the major operations, paperclip and the Bay of Pigs. Like Newman,
  2. I heard Walt speaking about this project on Black Op Radio several times. It sounds like a huge contribution to research. To give you a taste of how detailed it is, the chronology starts in the 19th century with the establishment of the funeral home that dealt with JFK's body. It sounds quite amazing, I do wish I had a few quid t spare at the moment. It's going on my 'to buy' list. John
  3. Peter, Yes, I will include everything that I deem useful, I already have PAPERCLIP and related tags in there. I will also be including some pre and post 9/11 operation codenames. John
  4. Ok Ladies and Gentlemen, I am well above 1,000 codenames and cryptonyms, along with a lengthy list of CIA agents, chiefs and informants. I am extending my search to include pseudonyms used by prominent CIA officers and agents. If anybody has anything to contribute I would be most thankful. I know James Richards has a good amount of material in this area, perhaps he could help me out a bit. I will post a provisional list at the end of the monthm by that time I will have deciphered as many cryptonyms as I can and will be seeking the help of other researchers. My intention is to post the lis
  5. Hello all, I recall seeing some lists of CIA abbreviations from documents on the forum sometime in the past. For example: CIAWH/3 is CIA western hemisphere division 3. Would anybody know of lists similar to this on the forum or on the net? I can't seem to locate them on the forum. You can also email them to me at johnpetergeraghty@gmail.com All the best, John
  6. http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.ph...=4667&st=60 Stephen Turner Aug 12 2005, 12:22 PM Post #1 "Taken from Conspiracy Nation, by Dave Emory. One thing I really noted it got little publicity, but he (Carter) said, We are going to have to go all the way back to the assassination (JFK) to get this country right. No sooner was Carter doing that than in May, summer of 1979, on a trip to L A there was an aborted attempt on the Presidents life. Two gunmen who had come up from Mexico named, Ray Lee Harvey, and Oswaldo Ortiz (Love the names were arrested for stalking Carter with a r
  7. Hi John. Thanks for your message. This must be a world record in late reply. I am so seldom looking at my profile. Sorry. Keep up the good work! Some more videos are to be added to your political assassinations group at youtube.

  8. I found this nugget while looking at campaign contributions, Priscilla McMillan donated $1,000 to an organisation called Democracy for America. Ironic, considering she assisted in its demise (democracy that is). http://www.campaignmoney.com/journalists.asp http://www.democracyforamerica.com/ She also donated to Ned Lamont's Senate run, the Democratic National Committee,Van Hollen for Congress and the Council for a Liveable World candidate fund (http://www.clw.org/). http://www.campaignmoney.com/finance.asp?p...19&cycle=06 These donations for 2006 alone amount to $6,750 You can search
  9. You can view the documentary 'Fog of War' online here, http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8...=the+fog+of+war In it McNamara describes his relationship with Curtis Lemay duing the second world war and how they would have been tried as war criminals had the U.S. lost the war. John
  10. Francesca, I thought that I had more, but the only Hoy material I have are comments made by Ron Ecker on a thread concerning Hoy in the past. "Apparently the name Hoy was well known around General Dynamics, where Gary Shaw reportedly showed around the tramp photo. According to the Torbitt Document, one of the men affiliated with Permindex (the firm whose corporate purpose according to Torbitt included assassinations of world leaders considered threats to the Western World and oil interests) was "Patrick Hoy of the controlling clique in General Dynamics" (p. 50). Torbitt lists Patrick Hoy and
  11. Francesca, I have some info on Hoy, I will post it when I get back to my laptop tonight. John
  12. Hi Trygve,

    Good to see you here. If you have any questions about site navigation, I'm here to help.

    All the best,

    John

  13. Gentlemen, I too agree that the man on the corner was a dead ringer for Robertson, but we must keep in mind the recollections of Abner 'Butch' Stokes in this thread. http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.ph...wtopic=5939&hl= All the best, John
  14. Now that is a dirty nest indeed for William RIP Robertson ..... Looks like soemone went nuts on spirograph
  15. I'm not sure whether this ground has been covered but, I came accross a small bit of information while looking at Ron Pataky's profile on Amazon, http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A3N6S...1157309-1677722 In it he describes one of his books "HELP! I'M BEING HELD A PRISONER IN A RANSOM NOTE FACTORY!" as having received a great review from William F Buckley junior. Is it possible that Pataky was friendly with Buckley, who trained with the CIA in 1951 and was sent to mexico city under howard hunt. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_F._Buckley,_Jr. An interesting if somewhat tenuous link her
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