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CIA Asset Dr. Richard Fuisz, Terex and Lockerbie

September 1, 2018
CIA Asset Dr. Richard Fuisz, Terex and Lockerbie

Checking out “Intel Today”, one of my favorite websites for tips to follow, I found an update on a man I spoke with in the ’90’s – Dr, Richard Fuisz. I’ll follow up with that update from Intel Today, but first a short piece I wrote in 2009 about my encounter with Fuisz in 1994: […]

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The Lockerbie Bombing Truth – 25 Years Late

December 22, 2013
The Lockerbie Bombing Truth – 25 Years Late

This week marks the 25th anniversary of the bombing of Pan-Am 103 over Lockerbie Scotland, and people are starting to set the record straight. 259 people on the aircraft and 11 on the ground were killed, and despite other available evidence, the blame fell on Libya. The dark path of rediscovery in this crime leads […]

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