It is now relatively well known that the late Pablo Escobar and the associated Medellin Cartel were heavily involved with the Iran-Contra cocaine traffic of the 1980’s. Press accounts have now surfaced in Italy and the UK about Escobar having banked some of his proceeds with Roberto Calvi’s Banco Ambrosiano. Found murdered in London in late 1982, Calvi was the adviser to the IOR, having succeeded the late Michele Sindona in that regard. (Like Calvi, Sindona was a member of the Licio Gelli’s P-2 Lodge.) Disclosure of the Calvi/Escobar link suggests another link between the Iran-Contra affair and the Stibam arms for drugs ring that heavily overlapped the milieu of the P-2, Vatican Bank and the Banco Ambrosiano.
The victim of a GOP political frame-up courtesy of Karl Rove and company, former Alabama governor Don Siegelman’s legal troubles actually had their genesis with the cover-up of the Iran-Contra scandal and the Christic Institute’s suit against some of the conspirators. According to Way Madsen Report and the Legtal Schnauzer blog, Siegelman began investigating some of the intelligence community’s drug and arms smuggling airlines in the early 1980’s while serving as Alabama Attorney General. A current federal federal judge, Mark Fuller, was allegedly hired to keep the lid on the operation.
Central to this analysis is the mail-bomb assassination of Judge Robert Vance, Siegelman’s former law partner.
Recorded August 28, 2005 REALAUDIO Since 9/11, there has been a heightened level of discussion on the possibility of nuclear terrorism, particularly in light of the A.Q. Khan network and the smuggling of nuclear technology from Pakistan to a number of other countries. This broadcast sets forth information that demonstrates the complicity of the Safari [...]
Recorded August 14, 2005REALAUDIOContinuing with analysis of the Fifth Column that assisted the Islamo-fascists who perpetrated the 9/11 attacks, the program accesses information from a VERY important new book Prelude to Terror by Joseph J. Trento. In this book, the author sets forth information about the Safari Club, an “outsourced” intelligence network in which the [...]
“Ex” CIA agents Frank Terpil and Edwin Wilson trained and equipped notorious “left-wing” terrorists.
A major intelligence-related controversy of the late Cold War, the shooting of Pope John Paul II in 1981 was widely and mistakenly blamed on the Soviet Union.
Broad and detailed analysis of the treasonous scandal, exposing the institutional corruption at the very heart of the U.S. executive branch.
Listen: Side 1 | Side 2 Long dormant in the depths of the Archive Shows, the tortuous and ongoing story of “ex” CIA agent Ed Wilson is once again making news and shaking foundations in the corridors of American political power. A former LAPD narcotics investigator who has crusaded against the intelligence community’s involvement in [...]