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The latest release of the Cold War-era documents detailed intelligence from July 24, 1978, where the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency looked into committing fraud in Ecuador's 1979 election after left-wing candidate Jaime Roldos Aguilera won the most votes in 1978 but not enough to avoid a second ...
Former Ecuadorian President Jaime Roldos (4th from R) was killed in a ... While leftist Jaime Roldos Aguilera went on to become Ecuador's ...

Former Ecuadorian President Jaime Roldos (4th from R) was killed in a ... While leftist Jaime Roldos Aguilera went on to become Ecuador's ...
IN Confessions of an Economic Hitman, John Perkins portrays Jaime Roldos, elected Ecuadorian President in 1979, as a determined Latin ...
When foreigners torture Americans, our anger burns against such inhumane cruelty. Yet, for 63 years, our taxes finance our government's torture programs.
The latest release of the Cold War-era documents detailed intelligence from July 24, 1978, where the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency looked into committing fraud in Ecuador's 1979 election after left-wing candidate Jaime Roldos Aguilera won the most ...

... plane had mysteriously crashed on December 4, 1980), Jaime Roldos Aguilera (President of Ecuador: His plane had crashed in poor weather on May 24, 1981), General Omar Torrijos (Leader of Panama: His plane crashed under suspicious circumstances, ...
In 1946, he co-founded the Social Christian Party and ran for presidency in 1979 but he was defeated by Jaime Roldos Aguilera.
... network are Florida-based businessmen Roberto and William Isaias, who, according to the complaint, had companies seized in Ecuador by the government, and Martha Roldos, the daughter of former Ecuadorian President Jaime Roldos Aguilera, who died ...
These are the ways that I used to relate to my high school friends. How much of the political climate in Ecuador were you aware of while you were growing up?
Two prominent presidents in Latin America, Panama's Omar Torrijos and Ecuador's Jaime Roldos, strongly opposed the U.S.
Two prominent presidents in Latin America, Panama's Omar Torrijos and Ecuador's Jaime Roldos, strongly opposed the U.S.
Had they not cooperated, they might very well have died in mysterious plane crashes like Jaime Roldos Aguilera and former Panamanian Leader, Omar Torrijos, who was replaced by another, more pliable, CIA-sponsored thug and graduate of the school of ...
1996 - Afghanistan's embattled President Burhanuddin Rabbani and his one-time foe Gulbuddin Hekmatyar signed a peace agreement, but the Taliban militia besieging the capital Kabul immediately rejected the pact.
It happened to Jaime Roldos, one of his predecessor, who was killed in 1981 in an air plane 'accident' - which, as offiCIAlly revealed by declassified documents, was not an accident, but part of the CIA directed Operation Condor against leftist South ...
In his book, Confessions of an Economic Hit man, John Perkins reports the 1981 assassinations of Panama President Omar Torrijos and Ecuador President Jaime Roldos, both of whom got in the way of US corporate interests. After being duly demonized by ...
The CIA's fingerprints are visible in dozens of incidents in Ecuador in which politicians who threatened US foreign policy were eliminated.

He cites the 1953 CIA coup in Iran, the 1963 CIA-supported Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba, and the 1981 assassinations of Ecuadorian President Jaime Roldos and Panama's General Omar Torrijos (both of whom resisted EHM attempts to control their nation's ...
In the original printing of his book, Perkins tells the stories of how jackels arranged airplane crashes to get rid of Panama's non-compliant president, Omar Torrijos, and Ecuador's non-compliant president, Jaime Roldos. When Rafael Correa became ...
In the original printing of his book, Perkins tells the stories of how jackals arranged airplane crashes to get rid of Panama's non-compliant president, Omar Torrijos, and Ecuador's non-compliant president, Jaime Roldos. When Rafael Correa became ...
Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa fired his military high command only weeks before they were due to retire in a mainly symbolic gesture aimed at sending a message that he would not allow the military to disobey him.


 

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