By John Dee
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The Florida (s)Election
Bush Family History
Documents and Reports
- CIA Clandestine Service History: "Overthrow of Premier Mossadeg of Iran November 1952-August 1953"
Top-secret internal history and operational plans for the CIA-backed coup that became the basis for future operations. Only recently declassified, this copy includes many names that were censored in the official release.
- Senate Staff Report: "Covert Action in Chile 1963-1973"
Full text of the 1975 report that first exposed the true role of the CIA in the violent overthrow of democratically-elected Chilean president Salvador Allende.
- Declassified US Documents: Covert Action in Chile
Search thousands of newly-declassified documents from the CIA, NSC, State Dept. and other US agencies.
Covers the Allende coup, the assassination of Orlando Letellier, Operation Condor, and many other topics. The original documents are reproduced in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format.
- Statement of Gary G. Sick re: The October Surprise
The former NSC staffer's November 22, 1991 statement before the Congressional committee investigating the October Surprise. Gick's book, The October Surprise (Times Books, 1992), gave important weight to the story.
- Final Report of the Independent Counsel for Iran/Contra Matters, Vol. I: Investigations & Prosecutions (1993)
This volume of the Walsh report details the primary investigation and findings of the official Iran-Contra scandal investigation.
- The BCCI Affair: A Report to the Committee on Foreign Relations
Full text of the final report of the 1992 Senate investigation of BCCI, an international bank that laundered "black" funds for the CIA and many other intelligence services, whose collapse was one of the largest in history. The Bush family had very close ties to BCCI.
- CIA Inspector General's Report on CIA-Contra Drug Smuggling, Vol. 2: The Contra Story
Despite what the Executive Summary says, this declassified report confirms the Reagan/Bush-era CIA knew that Contra officials were engaged in drug smuggling and helped cover it up. It also reveals a secret deal between the CIA and Justice Dept. to remove drug crimes from the list of those which the CIA must report.