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And the lawyer who represented Clair George through that, who saw him through being the highest ranking senior CIA official ever convicted of federal crimes for his actions as a CIA officer but immediately got him pardoned by the president. That lawyer that saw him through the process is named Richard ...

A series of 1984 memos from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Inspector General's (IG) office reveals some alarming views on the press and how to ... The CIA Director passed the memo to Clair George, the Agency official responsible for liaising with Congress who would later be convicted of lying to ...
Clair George, the CIA officer who was placed in charge of briefing Congress on CIA's activities, withheld information during his tenure about the beginnings of the Iran-Contra affair, and was later convicted of lying to Congress. George defended his actions by stating he had “been almost megalomaniacal in ...
... and Richard Hibey, whose past clients have included the late Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos and one of the key figures in the Iran-Contra investigation, the CIA's Clair George. Manafort has also hired Jason Maloni, a former senior vice president at Levick, to handle crisis communications.
Clair E. George, a consummate spymaster who moved the chess pieces in the Central Intelligence Agency's clandestine games of intrigue before being convicted of lying to Congress about the Iran-contra affair, died Aug. 11 in Bethesda, Md. He was 81. The cause was cardiac arrest, said his sister, ... Iran

Clair E. George, a consummate spymaster who moved the chess pieces in the Central Intelligence Agency's clandestine games of intrigue before being ... As the C.I.A.'s deputy director of operations for three years of the Reagan administration, the third-highest post in the spy agency, Mr. George was ... Iran
Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran
Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran
Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran
Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran
Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran
A series of 1984 memos from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Inspector General's (IG) office reveals some alarming views on the press and how to ... The CIA Director passed the memo to Clair George, the Agency official responsible for liaising with Congress who would later be convicted of lying to ... Iran
Clair George, the CIA officer who was placed in charge of briefing Congress on CIA's activities, withheld information during his tenure about the beginnings of the Iran-Contra affair, and was later convicted of lying to Congress. George defended his actions by stating he had “been almost megalomaniacal in ... Iran
... and Richard Hibey, whose past clients have included the late Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos and one of the key figures in the Iran-Contra investigation, the CIA's Clair George. Manafort has also hired Jason Maloni, a former senior vice president at Levick, to handle crisis communications. Iran
Clair E. George, a consummate spymaster who moved the chess pieces in the Central Intelligence Agency's clandestine games of intrigue before being ... As the C.I.A.'s deputy director of operations for three years of the Reagan administration, the third-highest post in the spy agency, Mr. George was ... Iran
Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran

Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran
Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran
Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran
Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran
Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran
Robert Eringer is a former FBI counter-intelligence agent and later an associate of Clair George, the retired Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Does not mention Eringers' past relationship with a KGB Chairman. In more recent times Eringer has worked under cover of being an investigative journalist ... Iran
Clair George, the CIA officer who was placed in charge of briefing Congress on CIA's activities, withheld information during his tenure about the beginnings of the Iran-Contra affair, and was later convicted of lying to Congress. George defended his actions by stating he had “been almost megalomaniacal in ... Iran
Clair E. George, a consummate spymaster who moved the chess pieces in the Central Intelligence Agency's clandestine games of intrigue before being ... As the C.I.A.'s deputy director of operations for three years of the Reagan administration, the third-highest post in the spy agency, Mr. George was ... Iran
A series of 1984 memos from the CIA Inspector General's (IG) office reveals ... The CIA Director passed the memo to Clair George, the Agency ... Iran
Clair George is famous for a decades-long, swashbuckling James Bond ... “He was the third-ranking official at the CIA, Director of Operations, ... Iran
Clair George is famous for a decades-long, swashbuckling James Bond ... “He became the first ever senior CIA official to be convicted was ... Iran
It revealed that McCord had worked at both the FBI and the CIA. .... ones belonging to Clair George, chief of the clandestine service of the CIA. Iran
Clair George, the CIA officer who was placed in charge of briefing Congress on CIA's activities, withheld information during his tenure about the ... Iran
It revealed that McCord had worked at both the F.B.I. and the C.I.A. He .... to Clair George, chief of the clandestine service of the C.I.A. In short ... Iran
... included the late Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos and one of the key figures in the Iran-Contra investigation, the CIA's Clair George. Iran
On the evening of January 21, 1987, the CIA's deputy director for covert operations, Clair George, sent a secure pouch to the State Department ... Iran
Clair E. George, a consummate spymaster who moved the chess pieces ... Mr. George was the highest-ranking C.I.A. officer prosecuted by the ... Iran
During the '80s, CIA's efforts to shut down the Government ... By this point, the intelligence committees, liaising with Clair George (who would ... Iran
A series of 1984 memos from the CIA Inspector General's (IG) office reveals ... The CIA Director passed the memo to Clair George, the Agency ... Iran
1992 - Clair George, former CIA spy chief, was convicted of lying to the U.S. Congress about the Iran-Contra affair. Iran
On the evening of January 21, 1987, the CIA's deputy director for covert operations, Clair George, sent a secure pouch to the State Department filled with "top secret" intelligence cables from the agency's station in Chile. Iran
Clair George was Chief of the CIA's Division of Covert Operations under President Reagan. In August 1992 a hung jury led U.S. Iran
After Clair George retired from the CIA he was recruited by the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus for his skill in overseeing all global espionage activities for the agency in the mid-1980s. Iran
In the early 1990s, Feld hired Clair George, a former deputy director of operations for the Central Intelligence Agency, to lead a series of clandestine operations to gather intelligence on his foes and to distract or disrupt them. Iran
Clockwise from left: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speak to their supporters during their caucus night events on February 1, 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa. Iran
Clockwise from left: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speak to their supporters during their caucus night events on February 1, 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa. Iran
Assistant Secretary of State Elliott Abrams was convicted, National Security Advisor Robert McFarlane was convicted, Chief of CIA Central American Task Force Alan Fiers was convicted, Clair George, Chief of the CIA's Division of Covert Operations was ... Iran
Assistant Secretary of State Elliott Abrams was convicted, National Security Advisor Robert McFarlane was convicted, Chief of CIA Central American Task Force Alan Fiers was convicted, Clair George, Chief of the CIA's Division of Covert Operations was ... Iran


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