Archive for October, 2015

Did The CIA Pull A “Black Bag” Job On The University of Washington?

October 26, 2015
Did The CIA Pull A “Black Bag” Job On The University of Washington?

The Center for Human Rights (CHR) at The University of Washington is caught up in a complex case involving war crimes in El Salvador, a pending lawsuit against the CIA, a break-in of an office and theft of a computer and hard drive containing information on the case. Here is a summary of the lawsuit […]

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Chilean “Torture Town” Colonia Dignidad Back In The News

October 21, 2015
Chilean “Torture Town” Colonia Dignidad Back In The News

Back in September 2013 we reported on Chile’s “Torture Town”; Colonia Dignidad. Here is the link for the original article and many embedded links: http://www.covertbookreport.com/torture-town-chiles-colonia-dignidad/ Colonia is back in the news because a Chilean human rights group leaked a 1,000-page document that provides detail of the Chilean Nazi Government of Augusto Pinochet and its use […]

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The CIA Throws Former Director McCone Under The Bus

October 12, 2015
The CIA Throws Former Director McCone Under The Bus

Various news outlets are reporting that the CIA’s in-house historian David Robarge has released a report that appears to be preparing the agency for “a soft landing” regarding the planned release of Kennedy assassination records in 2017. The report is on a 20-page pdf, which I will provide a link to at the bottom of […]

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Brain Implants For Mind Control Are Coming

October 5, 2015
Brain Implants For Mind Control Are Coming

The Wall Street Journal and other sources are reporting that an upcoming revolution in medicine will include brain implants, and this is causing quite an ethical skirmish among observers. From The WSJ: http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702304914904579435592981780528 “Brain implants today are where laser eye surgery was several decades ago. They are not risk-free and make sense only for a […]

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