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  1. CIA was paying Dostum, a notorious war criminal from the 1980s, millions to fight Taliban. (Web site)
  2. The CIA was represented by Smith, its director, and his top assistant, Frank Wisner. (Web site)
  3. The CIA is the principal US agency for collecting clandestine human-source intelligence, by espionage.
  4. The CIA was in contact with generals planning to remove Diem. (Web site)
  5. The CIA was soon jockeying with military intelligence for authority over Gehlen's microfilmed records--and control of the German spymaster. (Web site)

Cia Asset

  1. Michael Dammann Eisner, Chairman at Disney is a CIA asset and connected to the mob. (Web site)


  1. Coupled with IMINT from CORONA, they helped CIA, DIA and other elements of the intelligence community understand the overall Soviet threat.
  2. Wording added to Federal Y95 budget transferring control of STAR GATE from DIA to CIA. (Web site)

Cia Experiments

  1. For example, Targ reveals for the first time the startling results of declassified CIA experiments in psychic spying during the Cold War.


  1. The initial research for remote viewing at SRI was sponsored by the CIA via MKULTRA. (Web site)

Cia Employees

  1. CIA employees were simply professionals in the intelligence field, and had their own private interests and activities, including curiosity about UFOs. (Web site)

Cia Employee

  1. Aldrich Ames was a CIA employee for 31 years, mainly in the Directorate of Operations.

Star Gate

  1. The CIA later joined them in a series of covert research projects that were given suitably innocuous titles such as Sun Streak, Grill Flame and Star Gate. (Web site)
  2. Both the Pentagon and the CIA funded remote viewing programmes, which went by codenames that included Grill Flame, Sun Streak and Star Gate. (Web site)
  3. For ten years the CIA ran Star Gate, a secret psychic research programme - even after the 1970s Church Committee tried to outlaw all such operations.

Cia Operatives

  1. Only four known CIA operatives have been killed in Afghanistan since the Sept. (Web site)
  2. Commander John Correa, ousted last year for espionage against Venezuela, often are CIA operatives. (Web site)

Project Bluebird

  1. Project BLUEBIRD was approved by the director of the CIA on April 20, 1950.
  2. The CIA decided to expand their efforts in the area of behavior modification, with the advent of Project BLUEBIRD, approved by director Allen Dulles in 1950.
  3. Do a Google search on Project Bluebird, the very real CIA experiments in brainwashing and multiple personality engineering. (Web site)

Former Cia Agent

  1. His lawyer was David Adler, a former CIA agent who had clearance to view classified documents. (Web site)

National Security Agency

  1. Initial reports on the incident prepared by the CIA, Office of Naval Intelligence and the National Security Agency all reached similar conclusions. (Web site)


  1. The escrow agencies have as yet to be determined, but they will not be the NSA, CIA, FBI, or any other law enforcement agency. (Web site)
  2. Just this week the CIA and NSA released 49 documents that are part of the VENONA decrypts. (Web site)

Former Cia Officer

  1. Peter Goss, a former CIA officer and possible successor to the current director, issued a report on the agency's Clandestine Service.

Cia Analyst

  1. Aldrich Ames was the son of a CIA analyst. (Web site)
  2. Kennett had visited Livermore previously, in his capacity as a CIA analyst, to ask Crane and the others about their results with Geller. (Web site)

Cia Personnel

  1. In April of 1972, Targ met with CIA personnel from the Office of Strategic Intelligence (OSI) and discussed the subject of paranormal abilities.
  2. CIA personnel were not opposed to working with Nazi doctors who had proven to be proficient in breaking the mind and rebuilding it.

Cia Director

  1. The CIA director, Walter Bedell Smith, asked Angleton and William Harvey to write up separate reports detailing what they knew about Philby. (Web site)
  2. William Colby, who had replaced James Schlesinger as CIA director, was told to issue a report on MHCHAOS to Henry Kissinger. (Web site)
  3. The then CIA Director had a meeting with Condelezza Rice in her office but was unable to get through to her about the seriousness of the situation. (Web site)

Allen Dulles

  1. Allen Dulles the CIA director and gave him a blank check, and his brother John Foster Dulles Sec. (Web site)
  2. Allen Dulles, brother of John Foster Dulles, was the Director of the CIA from 1953 to 1961. (Web site)

Cia Headquarters

  1. E. Howard Hunt is working at CIA headquarters at the time as a "chief of covert operations" under Clandestine Services.
  2. Newt Gingrich who was working as a Pentagon "consultant" also made visits to the CIA headquarters.

Cia Director Allen Dulles

  1. CIA Director Allen Dulles quickly gave his approval, and the program was set up in the chemical division of the technical services staff.
  2. MKULTRA In April 1953 Sidney Gottlieb headed the secret Project MKULTRA which was activated on the order of CIA director Allen Dulles.

Cia Triad

  1. You may be noticing a trend here: the CIA Triad is entirely concerned with information.

Cia Officers

  1. CIA officers who were there at the time say the message was clear: Cheney wanted evidence that Iraq was a threat. (Web site)

Cia Officer

  1. Hugh Francis Redmond, a CIA officer in China spent nineteen years in a Chinese prison for espionage: he was an "illegal", operating without diplomatic cover.
  2. To test Swanns program, CIA officer, Major Ed Dames, and five others go to SRI as a training group.
  3. Curtis related the story to Kennett, and for some reason, it seemed to push the CIA officer over the edge. (Web site)

Cia Factbook

  1. The CIA factbook on languages spoken in Afghanistan is shown in the right image box. (Web site)
  2. Most countries maintain their embassies in Tel Aviv (see CIA Factbook and Map of Israel) See Positions on Jerusalem for more information.


  1. Bush later denied he had any connection with the CIA until 1976 when appointed its Director by then President Gerald Ford. (Web site)


  1. Now it seems this hero of white nationalism, was in fact, working for the CIA. If you think about it, it makes perfect sense.
  2. Soon afterward, as a result of the debriefings of Yurchenko, the CIA deter mined that "Robert" was, in fact, Edward Lee Howard.


  1. He was a double agent for the CIA and the KGB. He assisted many former Nazi high officials in their escape from Europe to Central America. (Web site)
  2. Buckley was particularly concerned about the view that what the CIA and the KGB were doing was morally equivalent. (Web site)


  1. The CIA in fact was not made an active partner in Venona until 1952 and did not receive copies of the deciphered messages until 1953. (Web site)
  2. It continues to provide a diversion for employees of the CIA and other cryptanalysts attempting to decrypt the messages. (Web site)

Military Intelligence

  1. Within five years they will be at the highest levels of Scientology and under secret contract with CIA to develop remote viewing for military intelligence.
  2. Despite the dubious origins of much data, the CIA and military intelligence decided they should investigate and know as much about it as possible. (Web site)


  1. Avery Dulles is a Jesuit, and he was the nephew of the head of the CIA during the Kennedy assassination, who was Allan Dulles. (Web site)
  2. George Bush was head of the CIA at that time.
  3. Later, when the pope received John McCone, head of the CIA, in April 1963, he made clear he was not playing favorites.


  1. The CIA and US Military intelligence are the main faciliators of this mode of torture but others do have access to it. (Web site)


  1. I believe what is more concerning to the CIA is the Philippines serving as a good transit point for terrorists to enter mainland US.


  1. Ademais, possui uma fronteira marítima com a Dinamarca e a Suécia.


  1. The revolutionary leader Che Guevara was executed by a team of CIA officers and Bolivian Army on 9 October 1967 in Bolivia.
  2. It certainly cannot defend Bolivia from civil war or a bloody coup that the CIA and others are no doubt discussing.
  3. Shadow Warrior is the memoir of Felix Rodriguez, a Cuban born CIA agent credited with capturing Che Guevara in Bolivia. (Web site)


  1. In a March 19, 1958, memo to the CIA, West German intelligence officials wrote that they knew where Eichmann was hiding. (Web site)

Osama Bin

  1. In 1998, the CIA offered Afghanistan's anti-Taliban opposition leader a substantial bounty for the capture of Osama bin Laden, dead or alive. (Web site)


  1. It is a well-established and deliberately unaddressed historical fact that the CIA created "radical Islam" and Islamic "terrorism" during the Cold War.


  1. This report examines the existence of a CIA black budget and an extensive network of black projects that it funds.


  1. Hunt also asks for CIA to provide phony ID and a disguise for "an associate"—G. Gordon Liddy.

United States

  1. As a GRU colonel in 1961 Polyakov volunteered his services to the FBI and the CIA, revealing the identities of Soviet agents working in the United States. (Web site)
  2. Such operations are direct violations of the CIA's charter and the law, both of which prohibit the CIA from operating inside the United States.
  3. In the case of the United States, you would go and infiltrate the CIA. You would take over some of them and you would take over part of the KGB. (Web site)


  1. CIA, FBI ready to flee US embassy in Turkey.


  1. The White House and CIA declared that American intelligence indicated the site was a nuclear facility with a military purpose, though Syria denied this.


  1. It will be shown that there is compelling evidence that the CIA set the outcome with regard to intelligence usage before the evaluation had begun. (Web site)

Soviet Union

  1. Gehlen and his SS united were hired, and swiftly became agents of the CIA when they revealed their massive records on the Soviet Union to the US.
  2. In August, the CIA got word to NASA that the Soviet Union was planning to send a Zond spacecraft around the moon before the end of the year. (Web site)
  3. Pyotr Popov GRU Major who became an agent in place for the CIA beginning in 1953 Gary Powers pilot of U-2 which crashed in the Soviet Union.


  1. Greek organization Revolutionary Organization 17 November allegedly responsible of the assassination of CIA station chief in Athens Richard Welch. (Web site)


  1. Ray McGovern served as a CIA analyst for 27 years -- from the administration of John F. Kennedy to that of George H. W. Bush. (Web site)


  1. CIA did this quite successfully by slipping terrorists inside Pakistan pretending to be Taliban or al Qaeda.
  2. Two of the U.S.’s own intelligence agencies, the CIA and the DIA, estimate that the Taliban receives about $70 million a year from the drugs trade.


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