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In our most recent post on the subject, we noted the marital/familial relationship of the alleged bombers’ “Uncle Tsarni” to Graham E. Fuller, an important “ex” CIA officer.
In addition to having been an early and apparently important advocate (architect?) of the U.S. turn to the Muslim Brotherhood, Fuller has run interference for the Fetullah Gulen cult, dismissing charges by intelligence officers in the Middle East and Central Asia that the group has links to the CIA.
Now it emerges that Fuller–former CIA station chief in Kabul–authored a policy paper that is said to have been central to the development of the Iran-Contra scandal!
EXCERPT: . . . . Mr. Fuller’s name came to public attention last year when it was disclosed that he was the author of a ”think piece” circulated in the intelligence community in May 1985 suggesting the possiblity of pursuing openings in Iran.
The study was instrumental in persuading some top-ranking Reagan Administration policy makers to begin considering covert contacts with Iranian leaders. It eventually led to the covert sale of United States weapons to Teheran in what became the Iran-contra affair. . . .