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 CIA officer John Stockwell

As a Marine, Stockwell was a CIA paramilitary intelligence case officer in three wars: the Congo Crisis, the Vietnam War, and the Angolan War of Independence. His military rank is Major. Beginning his career in 1964, Stockwell spent six years in Africa, Chief of Base in the Katanga during the Bob Denard invasion in 1968, then Chief of Station in Bujumbura, Burundi in 1970, before being transferred to Vietnam to oversee intelligence operations in the Tay Ninh province and was awarded the CIA Medal of Merit for keeping his post open until the last days of the fall of Saigon in 1975.

In December 1976 he resigned from the CIA, citing deep concerns for the methods and results of CIA paramilitary operations in third world countries and testified before Congressional committees. Two years later, he wrote the exposé In Search of Enemies, about that experience and its broader implications. He claimed that the CIA was counterproductive to national security, and that its "secret wars" provided no benefit for the United States. The CIA, he stated, had singled out the MPLA to be an enemy in Angola despite the fact that the MPLA wanted relations with the United States and had not committed a single act of aggression against the United States. In 1978 he appeared on the popular American television program 60 Minutes, claiming that CIA Director William Colby and National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger had systematically lied to Congress about the CIA's operations.

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Su Rai Movie, alle 21.20, il film d'azione del 2012, di John Stockwell, Code Name: Geronimo, con Anson Mount. Grazie alle informazioni ottenute da alcuni prigionieri, la CIA individua i possibili nascondigli di Bin Laden. Una squadra di Navy Seals ...
Since the release of Wikileaks' Vault 7 year Zero archive on March 7 that documents the CIA's hacking capabilities, Founder Julian Assange has reached out to major tech companies to offer help on how to beef-up cybersecurity that would protect users ...
Since the release of Wikileaks' Vault 7 year Zero archive on March 7 that documents the CIA's hacking capabilities, Founder Julian Assange has reached out to major tech companies to offer help on how to beef-up cybersecurity that would protect users ...
In 1984, John Stockwell, former CIA director of the Angola Task Force, published In Search of Enemies, documenting how the CIA trained, armed and otherwise funded a "rebel" group to wage war in Angola ultimately leading to hundreds of thousands of ...
In 1984 former CIA director of the Angola Task Force, John Stockwell, published his book In Search of Enemies. He documented how the CIA had trained, armed and otherwise funded a 'rebel' group to wage war in Angola ultimately leading to hundreds of ...
Why was John F. Kennedy so adamant about abolishing the Central Intelligence Agency? History shows that shortly after he made this statement, he was assassinated on the streets of Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963.
John Stockwell, who worked as a CIA commander in Angola during the 1970s, has admitted to making up stories and feeding them to the mainstream press.
Part 2 explains how the constitutional crisis unfolded as a result of Congress's failure to address the CIA's power to wage secret wars in the name of avoiding a world-ending nuclear confrontation between the Superpowers.
He was made honorary member of the AssoCIAtion of National Security Alumni founded by Daniel Ellsberg, John Stockwell, and Philip Agee for whistleblowers from the CIA, FBI, and Defense Department. Blum could have led a charmed existence if he ...
The organizers of this not-so-secret war had maintained the fiction that, since Congress banned the Pentagon and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) from providing weapons two years earlier, all this mayhem had been orchestrated by a "private ...
It is within this legislatively mandated criminal enterprise that one has to understand the origins, purpose and function of the Central Intelligence Agency. The 1947 legislation chartered the CIA as an instrument of the National Security Council. On ...
Former CIA agents Philip Agee and John Stockwell documented how it was done decades ago, secretly planting "black Propaganda" and covertly funding media outlets to influence events around the world, with much of the fake news blowing back into the ...
Former CIA agents Philip Agee and John Stockwell documented how it was done decades ago. For the past ten years there has been increasing emphasis on using supplied, trained and paid "activists" and "independent journalists" along with social media to ...
Consider the testimony of John Stockwell, former CIA intelligence officer and chief of the Angola Task Force in the mid-1970s, which recounts how the CIA continuously manufactured false news stories to feed to major media outlets in Britain and the US.
"It is the function of the CIA to keep the world unstable, and to propagandize and teach the American people to hate, so we will let the Establishment spend any amount of money on arms," John Stockwell, former CIA official wrote. "All that is necessary ...
It is mentionable that John Stockwell, ex-CIA station chief in Angola in 1976, who also worked for the Director of the CIA under George Bush (Senior) and spent 13 years in the agency, confirmed the US Central Intelligence Agency's expanding operations ...
John Stockwell is the highest-ranking CIA official ever to leave the agency and go public. He ran a CIA intelligence-gathering post in Vietnam, was the task-force commander of the CIA's secret war in Angola in 1975 and 1976. Excerpts from Stockwell's ...
In 2011 vintage footage emerged of former CIA agent John Stockwell describing plans to kill Lumumba, who threatened access to Congo's enormous resources.
According to ex-CIA agent John Stockwell in his book "In Search Of The Enemies," these are only a small fraction of some of the various avenues sometimes use as front/cover for CIA Operatives, spying and other subversive activities in the developing world.
Confirmation of United States efforts to prevent Africa from reaching genuine self-determination and national liberation resurfaced in mid-May when the international media circulated damning reports about the CIA's pivotal role in the arrest of African ...
(See In Search of Enemies by John Stockwell). The former Portuguese colony of Angola in southwest Africa was on the verge of national independence in November 1975 when the country was invaded by the South African Defense Forces (SADF) and the CIA in ...
... resurfaced in mid-May when damning reports about the pivotal role of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the arrest of African National Congress (ANC) and South African Communist Party (SACP) official Nelson Mandela in 1962 were circulated in ...
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has a long history of involvement in African affairs, so Sunday's reports that the 1962 arrest of Nelson Mandela came following a CIA tip-off don't come as a huge surprise. Most incidents came during the Cold ...
"Central intelligence": A former geek returns to a class Reunion as a CIA agent and recruits his nemesis for a "mission.
The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is involved. In an interview on France24, David ... The CIA chief of station for Angola, John Stockwell, later described how they invented the false report and spread it around the world. The CIA was very ...
In his book, "Dark Days in Ghana," Ghana's pioneer president Kwame Nkrumah revealed that the coup was the handiwork of America's Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). His detractors quickly dismissed his claim as delusional and an excuse for his ...
In his book, "Dark Days in Ghana", Nkrumah revealed that the coup was the handiwork of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the United States of America. His detractors quickly dismissed his claim as delusional. But in 1999, Nkrumah's claim ...
In his book, Dark Days in Ghana, Nkrumah revealed that the coup was the handiwork of the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A) of United States of America. [1] His detractors quickly dismissed his claim as delusional and an excuse for his ... Prior to ...
In his book, 'Dark Days in Ghana', Nkrumah revealed that the coup was the handiwork of the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A) of United States of America. [1] His detractors quickly dismissed his claim as delusional and an excuse for his ... Prior to ...
In his book, 'Dark Days in Ghana', Nkrumah revealed that the coup was the handiwork of the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A) of United States of America. [1] His detractors quickly dismissed his claim as delusional and an excuse for his ... Prior to ...
The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is involved. In an interview on France24, Prof. ... The CIA chief of station for Angola, John Stockwell, later described how they invented the false report and spread it round the world. The CIA was very proud ...
In his memoir, John Stockwell, the CIA agent in charge of operations during the early stages of Kissinger's covert war in Angola, wrote that "coordination was effected at all CIA levels and the South Africans escalated their involvement in step with ...


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