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Octafish Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Sep-20-04 02:30 PM
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254. Goss may've been part of Operation 40
Excellent observation, Elementary Penguin. The following is probably old news:

Perhaps there are some who still fear what LBJ called the CIA's "damn Murder Inc. in the Caribbean." From Dan Hopsicker...

CIA Nominee in Pic of CIA's Assassination Squad

Was Bush Spy Pick on Agency Hit Team?

THE MAN PICKED by President George W Bush to head Americas Central Intelligence Agency is even more of an intelligence insider than has so far been revealed...

Although membership in a secret society would seem to compromise a bit anyone being considered to lead an Agency which is itself a secret society, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Republican Porter J Goss of Sanibel Island Florida is a member of the secret society Book & Snake at Yale.


No questions have yet been raised about the propriety of confirming as CIA Director someone who may have belonged to an assassination squad which was reportedly a joint collaboration between the CIA and the Mob.

But questions have already been asked about the influence of secret societies on Americas supposedly democratic institutions, especially since both major Presidential candidates belong to a secret society, too: "Skull & Bones."


News that America's new Top Spook is a previously-undisclosed member of a secret society who will be chatting in the Oval Office with a boss who is also a member of a secret society raises a question of undue influence...

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