FULL DISCLOSURE - Part II
August 7, 2002 – Having failed with other attacks on FTW’s research and having consistently been shown to be incorrect, our critics have taken to asserting that I made no direct comments about the CIA after my resignation from the LAPD on November 30, 1978. In Part I we released records showing that I was a highly decorated officer, earning the highest possible rating reports and having no pending disciplinary actions when I resigned.
In our second release of documents we now show the paper record of exactly why I resigned and exactly what I was saying at the time. All of these documents are self-explanatory and they have been posted in chronological order. Only two of them need amplification.
The very first document is a certified mail return receipt from 1977. The letter it was attached to was a handwritten letter to my relatives Sam and Barbara Burges, career employees of the Central Intelligence Agency. After returning from New Orleans in July and having seen my fiancée – whom I had finally identified as a CIA career contract agent – directly involved in the importation of drugs and the shipment of weapons to Iran on ships owned by Brown and Root, I wrote to the Burgeses and asked for their intercession with the Agency. I wanted the tails, burglaries and shooting to stop. Nothing ever came of that and the Burgeses told me that all they could do was to forward the letter to CIA Security. But note that there are three postmarks on the receipt, indicating that the letter was delayed and routed through three different post offices for unexplained reasons before it got to them. They later confirmed that the correctly addressed letter took two weeks to get from Los Angeles to where they lived in Virginia.
The very last document, nine years later, is the final response to a series of appeals made by me in my attempts to get a FOIA response from the CIA on what I had seen and complained about. Note that their response says that release of the report – which could have been twenty documents placed into one report – was denied on the basis of national security interest and because it would disclose the identity of CIA agents.
FTW doesn’t fabricate or bluff. Even though we cannot match the intensity or number of attacks that have been lodged against all over the US and Canada, we can respond as time permits and show that all of the allegations that propaganda-based media and journalists have thrown at us are false. They have taken their best shots and failed. Now we continue to prove them wrong, piece by piece and in our own time.
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List of documents in Chronological Order:
(Note: EACH of these files is approx. 220K in size.)
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