Before Edward Snowden there was William Binney and before William Binney there was
Frank Wallen Snepp.
by Albert Truehart Bush for CPW NEWS SERVICE
Frank Wallen Snepp. For John
Stockwell's account of
Frank Snepps trial click
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The leading intelligence analyst on North Vietnam was Frank Wallen Snepp. The chief strategy analyst in the U.S. Embassy in Saigon, he was one of the last Americans to leave as Saigon fell on April 30, 1975. A book about his experiences, Decent Interval, written in 1977, brought upon Snepp the wrath of the U.S. Government and intelligence community higher-ups. While the government could not forbid Snepp from speaking, thus violating his First Amendment rights, they sued him for breach of confidentiality, much like they are going after Snowden. The contract he had signed with the agency forbade his revelations from going public. Snepp lost in court and the royalties from his book were garnished. He was forbidden from future writing without authorization from the CIA. He wrote a second book titled Irreparable Harm about his battle with the CIA.
Two-time Congressional Medal of Honor
winner, General Smedley Darlington Butlet (l)
and FDR (r). Butler is author
of War Is A Racket.
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San Diego, California
Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, W. Burroughs and Harvey Firestone,
some of the core 1930's "Business Plot" leaders that General
Smedley Darlington Butler countered by his testimony to Congress.
Hess was in Glasgow for some time before being taken by British Intelligence for questioning by spy master, Ian Fleming, who reportedly pressured Winston Churchill to use the occultist, Aleister Crowley, as a go-between, because of Hess’ German occultic beliefs and perhaps because of Flemings knowledge of the American "Order's'" dark occultic traditions. That part of their history informs even the emergence in the 1980's of the Satanic Priest, Col. Michael Aquino, within the U.S. Intelligence community's pantheon of dark stars with extremely high security clearances. Churchill denied this request from Fleming. After the war, Hess was held under tight security in Spandau Prison until his death which his family claims was not a suicide, but a murder, not unlike so many of those deaths connected to the Iran-Contra scandal.....Danny Casalaro, Mark Lombardi, Gary Webb, or like the death of West Point leading ethicist who had confronted General David Petraeus about military and private contractor corruption in Iraq, Col. Theodore "Ted" Westhusing. Soldier, Pat Tillman, likely had a similar fate. Yes, Ian Fleming is the creator of the 007 spy mysteries.
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For Binney, Snowden, Snepp and the rest its a carefully planned trap and one that snares people slowly until it is as Senator Frank Church warned.....too late! And they, Binney, Snowden and Snepp, have added to the "books" that leave us anything but "destitute".