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A very short story:

  • Miracle Over Morocco
    The Watergate Assassination Within an "Assassination Attempt" to Cover an Assassination
    It is Wednesday, 16 August 1972. The Watergate grand jury is going about its business in Washington, D.C., as is the FBI under the direction of CIA's Richard Helms through his hand puppets John Dean and L. Patrick Gray.
    Far across the Atlantic, as King Hassan II of Morocco is returning from Paris, his plane is strafed by Moroccan Air Force Phantom jets, but he and his plane miraculously survive unharmed. It is announced as an attempted coup.
    The next day, Thursday, 17 August 1972, it is announced that Hassan's Defense Minister, Muhammad Oufkir, has committed suicide.
    And the day after that, Friday, 18 August 1972, it is announced that Oufkir has been implicated in the plot to assassinate King Hassan II.
    Peace reigns again as the desert sun sets over picturesque Morocco.
    The End

CLASS DISCUSSION

First, don't mind that smell: that's just how it smells everywhere CIA goes.

And just what does this have to do with Watergate?

Well, some people who were "in the vicinity" (Big shout out to the G-Man and Eduardo! Yo, dudes!) have suggested rather strongly that Muhammad Oufkir had been up to his turban in a very dirty little operation that the CIA had run several months earlier in Morocco, over a few special days in 1972 that the Americans call "Memorial Day weekend": 26, 27, and 28 May 1972.

If that has a familiar ring to it, that's the weekend of the purported "first break-in" at the Watergate and several purported "failed attempts" at a break-in. Only problem is, there was no "first break-in" at the Watergate at all that weekend, nor were there any "failed attempts." There was, however, a very dirty little CIA operation during that same time period over Morocco way, and Oufkir was in on it.

First point of discussion:

So where were the Watergate boys—Liddy, Hunt, McCord, Baldwin, etc.—that Memorial Day weekend if they weren't busy trying to break into the Watergate, as they claimed?

(Feel free to organize into discussion groups and talk amongst yourselves.)

Then there's Oufkir's suicide. As in all things Moroccan, it, too, was picturesque. Here is a description of it from an eyewitness:

  • Oufkir's brother led me to the body of my chief which was covered with a blanket. I lifted the blanket and looked carefully at the body riddled with bullets. The chest, the stomach, and a portion of the face had been blown off. The bullets had been shot from behind.

So the next point of discussion is:

Has there ever been a lower form of life than CIA on planet Earth?

The answer is no. End of that discussion.

Moving on:

Finally, we get to the title of the story, and discussion of the "Miracle Over Morocco." How in the world did King Hassan II manage such a miracle in a non-combat plane as to survive an attack by Phantom jets of his own Air Force?

When CIA is involved, there's nothing to it: a certain Commander Kouira had equipped the machine guns in the fighter jets with blank training bullets instead of using explosive bullets.

And now you know how CIA covered its tracks in Morocco for what it had done over Memorial Day weekend 1972, while at the same time it was having Douglas Caddy, Alfred Baldwin, John Dean, and L. Patrick Gray cover its tracks in the U.S. for that dirty little Memorial Day weekend 1972 Mission to Morocco.

Class discussion is over. You may go turn on your favorite cable news provider and wonder why the Islamic world is exploding.

Ashton Gray

P.S. Don't bother looking in the Church Committee or the Rockefeller CIA whitewash for any of this. Somehow it got overlooked.

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A very short story:
  • Miracle Over Morocco
    The Watergate Assassination Within an "Assassination Attempt" to Cover an Assassination
    It is Wednesday, 16 August 1972. The Watergate grand jury is going about its business in Washington, D.C., as is the FBI under the direction of CIA's Richard Helms through his hand puppets John Dean and L. Patrick Gray.
    Far across the Atlantic, as King Hassan II of Morocco is returning from Paris, his plane is strafed by Moroccan Air Force Phantom jets, but he and his plane miraculously survive unharmed. It is announced as an attempted coup.
    The next day, Thursday, 17 August 1972, it is announced that Hassan's Defense Minister, Muhammad Oufkir, has committed suicide.
    And the day after that, Friday, 18 August 1972, it is announced that Oufkir has been implicated in the plot to assassinate King Hassan II.
    Peace reigns again as the desert sun sets over picturesque Morocco.
    The End

CLASS DISCUSSION

First, don't mind that smell: that's just how it smells everywhere CIA goes.

And just what does this have to do with Watergate?

Well, some people who were "in the vicinity" (Big shout out to the G-Man and Eduardo! Yo, dudes!) have suggested rather strongly that Muhammad Oufkir had been up to his turban in a very dirty little operation that the CIA had run several months earlier in Morocco, over a few special days in 1972 that the Americans call "Memorial Day weekend": 26, 27, and 28 May 1972.

If that has a familiar ring to it, that's the weekend of the purported "first break-in" at the Watergate and several purported "failed attempts" at a break-in. Only problem is, there was no "first break-in" at the Watergate at all that weekend, nor were there any "failed attempts." There was, however, a very dirty little CIA operation during that same time period over Morocco way, and Oufkir was in on it.

First point of discussion:

So where were the Watergate boys—Liddy, Hunt, McCord, Baldwin, etc.—that Memorial Day weekend if they weren't busy trying to break into the Watergate, as they claimed?

(Feel free to organize into discussion groups and talk amongst yourselves.)

Then there's Oufkir's suicide. As in all things Moroccan, it, too, was picturesque. Here is a description of it from an eyewitness:

  • Oufkir's brother led me to the body of my chief which was covered with a blanket. I lifted the blanket and looked carefully at the body riddled with bullets. The chest, the stomach, and a portion of the face had been blown off. The bullets had been shot from behind.

So the next point of discussion is:

Has there ever been a lower form of life than CIA on planet Earth?

The answer is no. End of that discussion.

Moving on:

Finally, we get to the title of the story, and discussion of the "Miracle Over Morocco." How in the world did King Hassan II manage such a miracle in a non-combat plane as to survive an attack by Phantom jets of his own Air Force?

When CIA is involved, there's nothing to it: a certain Commander Kouira had equipped the machine guns in the fighter jets with blank training bullets instead of using explosive bullets.

And now you know how CIA covered its tracks in Morocco for what it had done over Memorial Day weekend 1972, while at the same time it was having Douglas Caddy, Alfred Baldwin, John Dean, and L. Patrick Gray cover its tracks in the U.S. for that dirty little Memorial Day 1972 Mission to Morocco.

Class discussion is over. You may go turn on your favorite cable news provider and wonder why the Islamic world is exploding.

Ashton Gray

P.S. Don't bother looking in the Church Committee or the Rockefeller CIA whitewash for any of this. Somehow it got overlooked.

Very interesting story Ashton. I look forward to chapter two. Where can we find the words of "G-Man" and "Eduardo" regarding this incident?

That CIA certainly gets around a lot!! More details here...which I am sure you will provide as you're probably the single most detail oriented guy on this forum. So I will just be patient.

Dawn

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