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THE
INTELLIGENCE
FILES:
Today's Secrets
Tomorrow's
Scandals

/ Olivier Schmidt
"If one hopes to make sense of events
in the murky world of intelligence and
international security, one has to
consult multiple sources originating
from diverse perspectives.
"Intelligence" helps make that task
easier. It probes where others fail to
look and offers interpretations that
challenge the conventional wisdom."

Steven Aftergood, Project on
Government Secrecy, Federation of
American Scientists
SHADOWS
The Corrupt Use
of Intelligence

Michael Quilligan
"From the Israeli attack on the USS
Liberty
, to war crimes in  Iraq, the
plundering of South Africa, the
assassination of JFK, institutional
abuses and financial intrigues at the
Vatican, and the Troubles in Ireland,
Michael Quilligan shines a bright light
into some of the most secretive and
times.  With a keen and often literary eye,
he connects the dots and reveals the
hidden hand and modus operandi of the
power elite.  Extensively researched,
Understanding Shadows is must
reading for those familiar with
intelligence agencies and their
intrigues.  For the uninitiated, it is a
valuable introduction and summary.
"
    Douglas Valentine,
    author of
    The Phoenix Program and
    The Strength of the Wolf
THE 2001
DECEPTION:
Domestic The Case
for a Conspiracy

Graeme
MacQueen
Americans.”
Denis J. Halliday, UN Assistant
Secretary-General 1994-98
"Finally, a book has come out
that explodes the FBI's anthrax
letters case."
Meryl Nass, MD, consultant on
the prevention and mitigation of
bioterrorism for the Director of
National Intelligence and the
World Bank
"... shows that indeed 9-11 and
anthrax were connected, and
that the false-flag, inside job
characteristic that inexorably
became part of the official
version of the anthrax attacks
must also apply to 9-11.
Barry Kissin, American attorney
and key anthrax researcher




"Doug Valentine was examining
the dark underbelly of American
foreign policy years before people
recognized the 'Dark Side' of
torture camps and secret wars."
ROBERT PARRY, Consortium News

This book sheds light on the
systemic dimensions of the CIA’s
ongoing extra-legal and illegal
activities. These terrorism and
drug law enforcement articles and
interviews illustrate how the CIA’s
activities impact social and
political movements abroad and in
theme is the CIA’s ability to
deceive and propagandize the
American public through its
impenetrable government-
sanctioned shield of official
secrecy and plausible deniability.







"Doug Valentine was examining
the dark underbelly of American
foreign policy years before people
recognized the 'Dark Side' of
torture camps and secret wars."
ROBERT PARRY, Consortium News

"Doug Valentine courageously
takes us inside some of the CIA’s
most shameful extralegal
operations, exposing everything
that is wrong with an intelligence
service gone rogue.  He is a
sentinel of the public interest, and
his book is a public service.  I, for
one, wouldn’t want to live in a
country that didn’t have patriots
like Doug Valentine."

JOHN KIRIAKOU, author of The
Reluctant Spy: My Secret Life in the
CIA’s War on Terror
.

"[Douglas Valentine's] two books
on the FBN/DEA are a major
achievement."
—PETER DALE SCOTT, author    
of
The American Deep State

THE CIA
AS
ORGANIZED
CRIME
How  Illegal
Operations
Corrupt America
and the World

Douglas
Valentine
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