John Simkin Posted November 23, 2006 Share Posted November 23, 2006 As far as pertinent information goes, even though I do not have the book; in Noel Twyman's "Bloody Treason" Noel features interviews with Ruben [Rocky] Carabajal and attorney Robert Walton, if memory serves correctly. If any of this has been posted already [on this thread, I apologize] Most enlightening extemporaneous detail: The $10 Million Dollar pay-off from Nixon to the CIA [this information ostensibly in the Church Committee Report page 288] to prevent Salvador Allende from coming to power, and in Bloody Treason Twyman quotes Carabajal as stating that David Morales told him [Ruben] he pocketed 2 of the 10 million. It would be nice to have that posted if it is deemed pertinent. I know the interviews were circa 1995. Just thought it was worth mentioning This was the main point about the findings of the Otis Pike committee that looked in the funding of the CIA. It was suggested that because the CIA did not have to keep any financial accounts it was suspected that individual agents were stealing millions of dollars from funds that should have been used to overthrow left-wing governments throughout the world. People like Ted Shackley, Edwin Wilson and Tom Clines tried to tap into this web of corruption after they left the agency. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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