Don Roberdeau Posted February 11, 2005 Share Posted February 11, 2005 (edited) Good Day.... When I went to the C.I.A.'s electronic FOIA reading room located for everyone here.... http://www.foia.cia.gov/search.asp .... and within the "documents search" box entered "LEE HARVEY OSWALD" .... it resulted in (only) one (1) document "hit," entitled "DECEPTION RESEARCH PROGRAM NO.9: BIBLIOGRAPHY" .... When I opened that document and read it, it is a 1980 report done by the C.I.A.'s "Deception Research Program Staff" of the "Office of Research and Development" of the C.I.A. .... The document is, basically, only a bibliography of books, etc. that discuss the art of deception (be sure to read the how the C.I.A. defines "deception" near the report start). .... Want to learn how the C.I.A.ers thought/think when it comes to the art of deception?, (after all, given its mission, it IS a part of the agency's overall, required job skills) then here is a report listing 230+ pages (at 7 to 8 references per page, there are some 1750+ references listed) --with OSWALD's name possibly listed somewhere within the references (I did not view each page; just every 5 pages) Don Roberdeau U.S.S. John F. Kennedy, CV-67, "Big John" Plank Walker Sooner, or later, the Truth emerges Clearly http://members.aol.com/DRoberdeau/JFK/DP.jpg http://members.aol.com/DRoberdeau/JFK/ROSE...NOUNCEMENT.html http://members.aol.com/DRoberdeau/JFK/BOND...PINGarnold.html http://members.aol.com/DRoberdeau/JFK/GHOS...update2001.html T ogether E veryone A chieves M ore ROCCA: Let me go back and open a little parenthesis about this. What I regard now, in the light of what you said, is probably a too narrow view of what SIG was interested in. They were also concerned with Americans as a security threat in a community-wide sense, and they dealt with FBI cases, with the Office of Security cases, and with other cases on the same level, as they dealt with our own, basically….It would be with respect to where and what had happened to DDP materials with respect to a defection in any of these places. GOLDSMITH: Again, though, Oswald had nothing to do with the DDP at this time, at least apparently. ROCCA: I’m not saying that. You said it. - RAYMOND G. ROCCA, C.I.A. Counterintelligence Research and Analysis Officer under ANGLETON, during his HSCA deposition, p. 218 Edited February 11, 2005 by Don Roberdeau Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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