Nexus: The CIA and Political Assassination
His popularity among the ranks heavily dipped in the s, however — and Kim Jong-un came to the forefront, leaving his brother in his shadow until his untimely death. By Marco Margaritoff. Now, an inside source claims that his alleged role as a CIA informant might have had something to do with it. Share Tweet Email. Report a bad ad experience.
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Marco Margaritoff. Okay, so witting FBN agents knew that Dr. Chung was trafficking in San Francisco, New Orleans, New York and Chicago, and they watched her for years but they never made an arrest. They looked away, not only because the nationalists were fighting the communists, but because by the 's, Federal and local police forces were allowing the Mafia to distribute drugs to the black community in the United States for purposes of political repression. So, you have to always remember, the war on drugs is an instrument of political repression, just like the assassination of John Kennedy can be seen in the context of political repression as well.
And the assassins, who serve the elite, the national security elite who run the country as instruments of political repression, these assassins are often bred In that dark corner of the underworld, where spies and drug smugglers mingle, and I'll tell you a little bit about that. This is where is gets more relevant. Through the 's and 's a few witting FBN agents naturally assumed a central role as intermediaries between the CIA and the drug smuggling underworld assassins. Siragusa was an expert on Corsican and Sicilian assassins, and Corsicans were recommended, Harvey said, because Sicilians could lead to the Mafia.
Why would the CIA want to hire Corsicans in order to protect the drug smuggling Mafioso in its employ?
That's the question that rises from Harvey wanting Corsicans, and of course the answer that comes to mind is that the CIA was planning assassination in the United States. Corsicans would be less likely to be tracked back to the CIA through the mafioso. I'll give you another example of how this works. There is evidence to indicate that Harold Meltzer, a big time drug smuggler and a major player in the protected Mexican drug network I mentioned, was probably very likely another assassin the CIA tried to recruit for through the FBN.
And in FBN agents arrested him and sent him to prison. Nobody, I'm sure, knows all of the assassinations that they conducted, but the facts are there that they're doing this. Okay, now it's also This is documented fact. Siragusa said he refused to do either of these things, and that may be true, but certainly other people, people like Guy Banister for example were certainly willing to play along.
I don't know that Banister did exactly, but he seems to me like a person that would have. I should also note that the CIA used these FBN safe houses to get politicians high on drugs, and film them with prostitutes, some who were probably intelligence agents A person like Ellen Romstadt comes to mind A lot.
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These are places where drug smugglers can stay, for free, without anybody knowing they're in the country. This too leads up to Dallas. The unwitting FBN agents found, in their investigation, that Brown was a CIA agent, and that he had port privileges in New York, meaning that his bag was never checked by customs.
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And they also found out that he frequently traveled with a Corsican drug smuggler named Maurice Castellani. They certainly knew everything that was going on with these people. But Scaglia's controller in this operation, a Frenchman using the alias John Moran escaped, and I cant get into all the details but he never should have.
It's almost as if he was allowed to escape. Once Trafficanti, who was probably the biggest drug smuggler in the United States, went to work for the CIA, his drug network was protected. This protected Traficanti-Mertz network, drug smuggling network reached Dallas through Traficanti's courier Benny Indiviglio. And again, this is a documented fact, so the question becomes, could, or did the CIA use one of it's protected drug networks to infiltrate and assassin into Dallas.
The system was set up, we know there's protected drug networks, we know it hires assassins who are drug smugglers, and they are there. So they could have done it. And it's also possible that a drug smuggler, a professional drug smuggler and assassin like Mertz could have infiltrated the CIA's protected drug trafficking networks, and use the opportunity to carry out an assassination.
In other words the CIA could have been tricked at it's own game. So far, however, U. District Judge Richard Leon has disagreed, ruling there is no public benefit in records relating to Joannides, who died in Other appeals court proceedings have sent the issue back to Leon to address finer legal points. Monday's appeals court appearance is the fifth time Morley's case has been presented, Lesar said.
The records also revealed that a then-retired Joannides got a "Career Intelligence Medal" in On Aug.
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