Bureau traces the rise of the ABT to racial tensions in the prisons, which was likely exacerbated by a segregation policy adopted in 1979.
Agency looked to plan’s use of “indigenous caching” for new ways to store hidden weapons.
TOP SECRET documents show it would take more than the threat of Soviet invasion to get the two rival agencies to play nice.
A secret recording of CIA personnel reveals plans to bomb a joint military-civilian airport as part of Iran-Contra.
Bureau traces the origins of violent unrest to America’s seizure of the sovereign island.
Lapses in security almost ended Bureau’s Cold War contingency before it began.
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Years after information on Iran-Contra had been labeled UNCLASSIFIED and released to the public, the government began reclassifying some of that information in response to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. Unlike the more well-known reclassification…
“The ability to focus a mental whammy on an enemy through hypnotic telepathy has surely occurred to the Soviets.”
Agency took issue with reports that Watergate burglar Frank Sturgis worked for the CIA – despite the fact that it was true.