Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Dark Alliance

June 12, 1986, New York Times, Panama Strongman Said to Trade in Drugs, Arms and Illicit Money, by Seymour M. Hersh, Special to the New York Times, Archived, diigo,

June 1987, FAIR, Extra!, Washington's Worst Kept Secret: The Contra Drug Connection, Archived,

October/November 1987, FAIR, Extra!, Nicaragua and the US Media--A History of Lies, Archived,

February 18, 1988, Justice Department Memorandum, Cover Page; Allen Paul Rudd, Archived, Page One, Archived, Page Two, Archived, Page Three, Archived, Page Four, Archived,

July/August 1988, FAIR, Extra!, Nicaragua's Drug Connection Exposed as Hoax, Archived,

March/April 1988, FAIR, Extra!, Media Censor CIA Ties With Medellin Drug Cartel, Archived,

December 1988, Selections from the Senate Committee Report on Drugs, Law Enforcement and Foreign Policy chaired by Senator John F. Kerry, [pdf 90 pages] Archived,

May/June 1989, FAIR, Extra!, So Sayeth Newsweek on Crime, by Earl Ofari Hutchinson, diigo,

October/November 1989, FAIR, Extra!, Censored News: Oliver North & Co. Banned from Costa Rica, Archived,

November/December 1991, FAIR, Extra!, Time Suppresses Contra Drug Story, Archived,

March 8, 1992, The New York Times, The Persistence Of Inequality, Two Nations; Black and White, Separate, Hostile, Unequal. By Andrew Hacker. 257 pp. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. $24.95.

September 1992, FAIR Extra!, Don't Forget the Hype: Media, Drugs, and Public Opinion, Archived,

November 19, 1993, Reuters North American Wire, CIA Smuggled Cocaine Into U.S., Ex-DEA Head Says, by Arthur Spiegelman, 536 words. diigo, Archived,

November 20, 1993, New York Times, page A1, Anti-Drug Unit of C.I.A. Sent Tons of Cocaine to U.S. in 1990, by Tim Weiner, 1,119 words, diigo, Archived,

February 26, 1995, Chicago Tribune, Two Nations: Black and White, Separate, Hostile, Unequal by Andrew Hacker, (Ballantine, $12)

1996, Ives-Duffy investigation into the murders of Kevin Ives and Don Henry, Archived,

May 1996, AJR, The CNN Effect; How much influence does the 24-hour news network really have on foreign policy?, by Warren P. Strobel,

May 1, 1996, Los Angeles Times, Illnesses Linked To Cocaine Hit New Record, Archived,

August 7, 1996, Washington Post, page A6, CIA Probed in Alleged Arms Shipments, by Susan Schmidt,

August 8, 1996, Associated Press - Star Ledger, page 11, CIA inspector probes claims of gun, drug smuggling,
August 13, 1996, Knight-Ridder News Service - Denver Post, page 1A, Talk of CIA coke ring fuels anger, by Vanessa Gallman,

August 15, 1996, Affidavit of Gene Tatum, Archived,

August 18, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, America's 'crack' plague has roots in Nicaragua war; Colombia-San Francisco Bay Area drug pipeline helped finance CIA-backed Contras, by Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

August 18, 1996 - March 7, 1997, San Jose Mercury News, Dark Alliance Forum, Archived,

August 19, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Shadowy origins of 'crack' epidemic; Role of CIA-linked agents a well-protected secret until now, by Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

August 19, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Drug expert: 'Crack' born in San Francisco Bay Area in '74; It was a failed attempt to copy something else, by Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

August 19, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Drug agent thought she was onto something big; Meneses' trail was getting warm when her superiors took her off the case, by Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

August 20, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Flawed sentencing the main reason for race disparity; In 1993, crack smokers got 3 years; coke snorters got 3 months, by Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

August 20, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, San Francisco Bay Area man tangled in drug web; Tales to DEA of gun running, drug trafficking fall on deaf ears, by Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

August 20, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, War on drugs has unequal impact on black Americans; Contra case illustrates the discrepancy: Nicaraguan goes free; L.A. dealer faces life, by Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

August 21, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Editorial: Another CIA disgrace: Helping the crack flow, Archived,

August 21, 1996, Associated Press, Report links drug ring, CIA, Contras, Archived,

August 23, 1996, Los Angeles Times (Washington Edition), page B1, As Drug Debate Rages, Dealer to Be Sentenced, by Tony Perry and Jesse Katz,

August 23, 1996, Associated Press - Washington Post (On-line), L.A. Probes CIA-Cocaine Report,

August 24, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Black groups seek probe of CIA drug links, by Pamela Kramer and Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writers, Archived,

August 29, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Boxer, citing MN series, calls for CIA probe, by Pamela Kramer and Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writers, Archived,

August 30, 1996, The Salt Lake Tribune, Series On CIA-Run Drug Ring Sparks Call For Probe, Archived,
September 4, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Waters calls on Reno, CIA and Congress for investigation, by Gary Webb and Pamela Kramer, Mercury News Staff Writers, Archived,

September 5, 1996, Associated Press - Washington Post (Online), Deutch Orders CIA Drug Probe,

September 6, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, 'Dark Alliance' series leads to CIA probe, Agency chief orders investigation, by Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

September 8, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Jackson calls for investigation; Civil rights leader supports call for congressional hearings, by Dan Stober, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

September 12, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Pair arrested while urging probe; Activist, talk show host called for congressional inquiry, by Thomas Farragher, Mercury News Washington Bureau, Archived,

September 12-18, 1996, New Times (Los Angeles), Vol. 1, No. 4, The Crack Masters, by Gary Webb,

September 13, 1996, Washington Post, page A20, Black Caucus Urges Probe Of CIA-Contra Drug Charge, by Michael A. Fletcher,

September 13, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Congressional Black Caucus demands investigation; More than 1,500 blacks attend meeting, by Vanessa Gallman and Lewis Kamb, Mercury News Washington Bureau, Archived,

September 13-15, 1996, Netizen, Cocaine Import Agency, Special Report, by Ben Cosgrove, Archived,

September 14, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Dealer's sentencing postponed; Lawyer gets time to seek documents on alleged CIA-crack link, by Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

September 15, 1996, Revolutionary Worker #873, How the CIA Created the Crack Epidemic, Archived,

September 16, 1996, Washington Post, page A17, White House Aide Seeks Probe of CIA, by Michael A. Fletcher,

September 16, 1996, New York Times, page A13, Drug Director Urges Investigation of C.I.A.,

September 18, 1996, Associated Press, Waters may force vote to establish probe; Congresswoman to meet with Gingrich, Archived,

September 20, 1996, Associated Press, CIA promises independent investigation, by John Diamond, Archived,

September 20, 1996, Washington Post, page A4, Deutch Assures Caucus on Drug Charge, by Michael A. Fletcher,
September 20, 1996,, The CIA-crack connection:The story nobody wants to hear, by Laurie Leibovich, Archived,

September 21, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Two probes start into possible CIA-drug ring ties, by Thomas Farragher, Mercury News Washington Bureau, Archived,

September 22, 1996, Associated Press, North calls CIA-drug allegations "garbage", Archived,

September 23, 1996, CNN, Justice Department probes new report of Contra cocaine trade, Archived,

September 24, 1996, Civil rights leader calls possible CIA-drug link 'dastardly'; Ex-DEA agent supports allegations; protesters arrested, by Thomas Farragher, Mercury News Washington Bureau, Archived,

September 24, 1996, Los Angeles Times, page A23, Ex-DEA Agent Ties Contras to U.S. Drug Flights, by Robert L. Jackson,

September 24, 1996,, Burden of Proof, by Marc Herman, Archived,

September 27, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Activist vows to continue protests over alleged CIA-crack link, by Jeordan Legon, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

September 27, 1996, Congressional Record, House of Representatives, Allegations of CIA Providing Drugs to American Cities, Archived,

September 27, 1996, NBC Nightly News, Excerpts; Andrea Mitchell's interview with John Kerry, Archived,

September 29, 1996, Associated Press, South Central residents condemn CIA's reported role, Archived,

September 29, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Gag order concealed possible CIA drug ties; But records were copied secretly, by Pamela Kramer and Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writers, Archived,

September 30, 1996, Associated Press, Black leaders call for class-action lawsuit, Archived,

September 30, 1996, Consortium News, Contra-Crack: Blacks Angered by Contra-Crack, by Robert Parry, Archived,

September 30, 1996, Time Magazine, Dividing Line: Crack, Contras and Cyberspace; When It Comes To the CIA and Drugs, Are the Paranoids On the Right Track?, by Jack E. White,

October 1996, FAIR, Extra!, Exposed: The Contra-Crack Connection, Archived,

October 1, 1996, The Christian Science Monitor, Editorial, CIA, Contras, and Crack, diigo,

October 3, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Affidavit: Cops knew of drug ring; Document sheds light on Contra-cocaine link, by Gary Webb and Pamela Kramer, Mercury News Staff Writers, Archived,

October 3, 1996,, Media War over CIA and Cocaine, also by Norman Solomon. Archived,

October 4, 1996, Washington Post, page A1, The CIA and Crack: Evidence is Lacking of Alleged Plot; Nicaraguans Had Limited Role In Bringing Drug to U.S. Cities, by Roberto Suro and Walter Pincus, Washington Post Staff Writers, Archived,

October 4, 1996, LA Weekly, page 13, The Smuggler's Trail; Federal Evidence of the CIA/Contra Cocaine Trade, by Jim Crogan, 1,004 words, Archived,

October 6, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, MN series stirs national debate; Allegations supporting long-held suspicions seen as unifying issue for blacks, by David E.Early, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

October 6, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Drug raid documents reveal allegations of CIA involvement; More hints of government involvement, by Gary Webb and Pamela Kramer, Mercury News Staff Writers, Archived,

October 8, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, No proof of CIA-drug link, sheriff says, by Pamela Kramer and Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writers, Archived,

October 8, 1996, The Boston Globe, Tales of CIA-Drug Link Pulse Through L.A., [New York Times News Service] Archive,

October 11, 1996, Washington Post, CIA's chief wants longer drug probe, Archived,

October 11-13, 1996, Netizen, Mercury Rising: Media Rant, by Jon Katz, Archived, diigo,

October 12, 1996, Washington Post, page A6, Internal Investigator Extends His Probe Of CIA-Contra Crack Cocaine Allegations, by Walter Pincus,

October 13, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, 'Dark Alliance' series takes on a life of its own; Analyzing criticism of 'Dark Alliance' series, by Pete Carey, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

October 13, 1996, CNN, Nation of Islam investigates possible CIA crack connection; Farrakhan may sue government on behalf of addicts, victims, Archived,

October 18, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Mercury News Executive Editor Jerry Ceppos' Letter to the Washington Post, Archived,

October 19, 1996, CNN, House panel hears drug allegations against CIA, Archived,

October 19, 1996, Congressional Inquiry Into Alleged Central Intelligence Agency Involvement In the South Central Los Angeles Crack Cocaine Drug Trade, Testimony of Peter Kornbluh, Senior Analyst, National Security Archive, Archived,

October 19, 1996, The Consortium, Editor's Introduction: The Empire Strikes Back, by Tom Burghardt, Antifa Info-Bulletin, Archived,
October 19, 1996, The Consortium, Lost History: Contra-Crack Story Assailed, by Robert Parry, Archived,
October 19, 1996, The Consortium, Washington Times' Pro-Contra Beat Goes On, by Sam Parry, Archived,

October 20, 1996, Associated Press, Report: Crack arrived in L.A. before Contra-linked shipments; Newspaper disputes Mercury News allegations, Archived,

October 20, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Cheers, jeers at 'crack' inquiry; 500 attend forum probing alleged CIA connection, by Pamela Kramer, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

October 20, 1996, New York Times, Pivotal Figures of Newspaper Series May Be Only Bit Players, by Tim Golden, Archived,

October 20, 1996, Los Angeles Times, Part 1, Tracking the Genesis of the Crack Trade, by Jesse Katz, Times Staff Writer, [Text]

October 21, 1996, Los Angeles Times, Part 2; Examining Charges of CIA Role in Crack Sales, by Doyle McManus and Robin Wright, Times Staff Writers, [Text]

October 21, 1996, New York Times, Though Evidence Is Thin, Tale of C.I.A. and Drugs Has a Life of Its Own, by Tim Golden, diigo,

October 22, 1996, Los Angeles Times, Part 3; History Fuels Outrage Over Crack Allegations, by John L. Mitchell and Sam Fulwood III, Times Staff Writers, [Text]
October 22, 1996, Los Angeles Times, Cyberspace Contributes to Volatility of Allegations, by Eleanor Randolph and John M. Broder, Times Staff Writers, [Text]
October 22, 1996, Los Angeles Times, A Case for Suspicion, [Text]
October 22, 1996, Los Angeles Times, Decade of Destruction, [Text]

October 23, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Previously published postscript stories, Archived,
October 23, 1996, Scripps-McClatchy Western Service, Commentary: Former Senate counsel testifies at hearing, by Jack Blum, Archived,

October 23, 1996, CNN, CIA disavows crack connection; many skeptical, From Reporter Kathleen Koch, Archived,

October, 23, 1996, Statement of Michael R. Bromwich, Inspector General Department of Justice,, Before the Senate Select Committee On Intelligence, Concerning Investigation Of Alleged Connections Between the CIA, The Nicaraguan Contras and Cocaine Trafficking In the 1980's, Archived,

October 23, 1996,, CIA, Crack, and Not-So-Crack Journalism, by Daniel Brandt, Archived,

October 24, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Capitol Hill probes of alleged CIA-crack link begin, by Thomas Farragher, Mercury News Washington Bureau, Archived,

October 24, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Washington Post response to Mercury News Executive Editor Jerry Ceppos, Archived,

October 24, 1996, The Big Sky Patriot, The President, Cocaine, and the CIA; A Matter of Irrelevance by Chip Tatum, Codename: Pegasus U.S., Archived, diigo,

October 24, 1996, Washington Post, page A18, Ex-Prober: CIA Ignored Drug Issue, by Walter Pincus,

October 24, 1996, Associated Press - New York Times, page A17, C.I.A. Official Sees No Evidence of Crack Role,

October 24, 1996,, An Exercise in Obfuscation: Brief post discussing what's missing from the media coverage, Archived,

October 25, 1996, Washington Post, page A16, Lawmaker Using CIA Controversy to Marshall Forces, by Kevin Merida,

October 25, 1996, Los Angeles Times, Mercury News Executive Editor Jerry Ceppos' Letter to the Los Angeles Times, Archived,

October 26, 1996, Associated Press, Lawyers group calls for independent probe, Archived,

October 27, 1996, Scripps-McClatchy Western Service, Commentary: Jack Blum testifies at Senate investigation, by Jack Blum, Archived,

October 27, 1996, Progressive Review, Spooks Spooked, Archived,

October, 28, 1996, Consortium News, The Washington Post rushes to the CIA's defense, by Robert Parry, Archived,

October 28, 1996, Consortium News, Washington Times' Pro-Contra Beat Goes On, by Sam Parry, Archived,

October 31, 1996, Associated Press, Ex-Contras say CIA cleared planes, cash from narcotics suspect; Report raises more questions about CIA and Contras, Archived,

October 31, 1996, New Times Los Angeles, A barracuda tries to eat the messenger, by Rick Barrs, diigo,

November 1996, Free Press, American Journalism Review, A Furor Over the CIA and Drugs, by Kelly Heyboer, Archived,

November 1, 1996, LA Weekly, The Times Cracks Back, by Charles Rappleye, Archived,

November 1, 1996, LA Weekly, The Inside Story: L.A. Times Staff Is Divided Over Paper's Reaction To Explosive Story, by Howard Blume, Archived,

November 3, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Perspective: In the eye of the storm; Series prompts journalism debate, by Jerry Ceppos, Mercury News Executive Editor, Archived,

November 5, 1996, New York Times, Editorial: The CIA and drugs, Archived,

November 6, 1996, Los Angeles Times, CIA says it finds no link to Nicaragua cocaine ring in its records, Archived,

November 6, 1996, Washington Post, page A14, No Links to Drug Dealers Turn Up in CIA Records, by Walter Pincus,

November 6, 1996, The Big Sky Patriot, LA Times "Spins" CIA Drug Involvement, by Gene "Chip" Tatum, Archived,

November 9, 1996, Los Angeles Times, CIA says it finds no link to Nicaragua cocaine ring in its records, Archived,

November 9, 1996, Associated Press, CIA chief to discuss drug stories in L.A., Archived,

November 11, 1996, Newsweek, Cracks in the story, by Richard Turner. Archived,

November 11, 1996, Consortium News, Contra-Crack: The Kerry-Weld Cocaine War, by Robert Parry, Archived,

November 13, 1996, The Boston Globe, The payoff in CIA-crack controversy, by Mark Jurkowitz, Archived,

November 13, 1996, Other stories on the controversy, Archived,

November 15, 1996, Los Angeles Times, CIA's Challenge in South Central, by Peter Kornbluh, Archived,

November 16, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, CIA chief braves South-Central's anger, by Pamela Kramer, Mercury News Los Angeles Bureau, Archived,

November 16, 1996, Executive Intelligence Review, The Bush Machine And The Drug Cartel, Speech By Jeffrey Steinberg, Counterintelligence Editor, Executive Intelligence Review, Archived,

November 16, 1996, Los Angeles Times, page A1, CIA Head Speaks in L.A. to Counter Crack Claims, by John L. Mitchell and Nora Zamichow,

November 16, 1996, Washington Post, page A6, CIA Chief Faces Angry Crowd at Los Angeles Meeting on Drug Allegations, by William Claiborne,

November 17, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, War on crack cocaine must start from within, speakers say at San Jose rally, by Mike Cassidy, Mercury News Staff Writer, Archived,

November 18, 1996, The Baltimore Sun, Commentary: Documents show U.S. condoned drug smuggling in Contra operations, by Peter Kornbluh, Special to The Baltimore Sun, Archived, diigo,

November 18, 1996, KQED-FM, Perspective, Perspective on the Media, by Reese Erlich, Special to Mercury Center, Archived,

November 18, 1996, The Nation, Editorial, Crack Reporting, Archived,

November 19, 1996, The Guardian, page T4, Inside Story; Dirty Hands and Fingers of Guilt, by Christopher Reed, 3,227 words, Archived,

November 20, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Legendary drug dealer gets life; 'Freeway' Rick in center of debate on CIA, by Gary Webb and Pamela Kramer, Mercury News Staff Writers, Archived,

November 20, 1996, New York Times, Less disparity urged in cocaine sentencing, by Christopher S. Wren, Archived,

November 21, 1996, Washington Post, page A18, Dealer Alleging CIA Drug Link Gets Life Term, by Amanda Covarrubias,

November 21, 1996, Chicago Tribune, page 10, Crack dealer who alleged CIA involvement gets life term,

November 21, 1996, Tuscan Weekly, Snowblind: The First of Two Parts On How The Contras Corrupted the U.S. Government, by Richard Bernstein and Robert Knight, Archived,

November 22, 1996, Wall Street Journal, Editorial, diigo,

November 22, 1996, LA Weekly, The Specter of the Spook; Who Is Ron LIster and Whatever Happened To His Much-Maligned Testimony?, by Nick Schou, Archived,

November 23, 1996, The Dallas Morning News, page 20A, CIA drug program chief indicted; Cocaine ended up on U.S. streets, officials say, NY Times News Service, diigo,

November 24, 1996, St. Petersburg Times, South Pinellas Edition, page 5A, U.S. reportedly indicts Venezuelan general, Compiled from Times Wires, diigo,

November 25, 1996, [1st web capture] Surfaces, Vol. 4, Close Encounters With the Folks; Book Review, by Bennet Schaber, I Heard It Through The Grapevine, by Patricia A. Turner, (University of California Press, 1993) Archived,

November 26, 1996, Feed Magazine, Beta Journalism; G. Beato on the Web's "dark alliance" with tabloid TV, Archived,

November 26, 1996, The Dallas Morning News, page 6A, Venezuelan general who led CIA program indicted Drugs in anti-dealer scheme ended up on streets, [New York Times News Service] 478 words,  Archived, diigo,

November 27, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Ex-Contras: We saw no CIA link to drugs, by Gary Webb and Thomas Farragher, Mercury News Washington Bureau, Archived,

November 28, 1996, Tuscan Weekly, Anatomy of a Coverup: The Second Of Two Parts On The U.S. Intelligence Community's Drug-Dealing Treason, Archived,

November 30, 1996, Dallas Morning News, Claims linking Contras, drugs, El Salvador revived, by David LaGesse and George Rodrigue, Archived,

December 5, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Update archives, Archived,

December 5, 1996, CovertAction Quarterly, Cracking the CIA-Contra Drug Connection, by Clarence Lusane, Archived,

December 7, 1996, National Black Caucus of State Legislators, Support for an Investigation of the Role of U.S. Government Agencies Regarding the Flow of Drugs into the United States,

December 9, 1996, AP - San Jose Mercury News, MN series draws black community to the Web, by Elizabeth Weise, Archived,

December 9, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Following the controversy, Archived,

December 10, 1996, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, page 7B,Commentary; White Media Discount CIA Failure, by Dick Gregory (Baltimore Sun) Archived,

December 11, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, Results released from L.A. sheriff's investigation, by Pamela Kramer and Pete Carey, Mercury News Staff Writers, Archived,

December 12, 1996, The Independent, page 12, CIA 'was embroiled' in Contra drug fund, by Christopher Bellamy, Archived,

December 15, 1996, The Boston Globe, City Edition, page A1, True or false, rumors spread; Amid history of distrust, some in black community often don't need to hear proof, by Wil Haygood, Globe Staff, 2,957 words, Archived,

December 18, 1996, FAIR (Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting) For Immediate Release; New Report Blasts Media Coverage Of Contra-Crack Story, Archived,

December 17, 1996, Capital Times, Editorial, Page 10A, Outside U.S., CIA-Drug Link Is Big News, by John Nichols, Archived,

December 20, 1996, The Washington Times, Final Edition, page A22, Commentary, Wake up, Associated Press! The CIA did not introduce crack into L.A., Archived,

December 20, 1996, LA Weekly, New Dope on the CIA-Crack Connection: Mystery Man Lister Had Ties To U.S. Intelligence, As Did His Partners, by Nick Schou, Archived,

December 22, 1996, Chattanooga Free Press, Paper Caught In Journalistic Hoax; CIA Drug-Link Stories Botched, by Reed J. Irvine, Archived,

December 23, 1996, The Tampa Tribune, page 8, Fantasy and fact in drug problem, 425 words, Archived,

December 23, 1996, Consortium News, Contra-Crack: CIA, Drugs & National Press, by Robert Parry, Archived,

December 24, 1996, The Palm Beach Post, Final Edition, page 7A, Letter, Bogus CIA-Crack Story Gets Exposed, by Dawn L. Coleman, Archived,

December 31, 1996, San Jose Mercury News, U.S. gave visa to Nicaraguan drug trafficker, by Gary Webb, Mercury News Staff Writer, diigo,

1997, Investigative Report: Politics and Covert Operation Policy In the Drug War, by Michael L. Montalvo, A Drug War POW, Archived,

January/February 1997, American Journalism Review, The Web That Gary Spun, by Alicia C. Shepard, Part 1, Archived, Part 2, Archived,

January/February 1997, Columbia Journalism Review, Anatomy of a Story; Crack, the Contras, and the CIA, The Storm over "Dark Alliance", by Peter Kornbluh, Archived,

January 1, 1997, F.A.I.R., Snow Job; The establishment's papers do damage control for the CIA, by Norman Solomon, Archived,

January 1, 1997, FAIR, Sidebar: That Delusional Mindset, by Jim Naureckas, Archived,

January 6, 1997, Consortium News, Contra-Crack: Contra Crack Controversy Continues, by Sam Parry, Archived,

January 26, 1997, St. Petersburg Times, South Pinellas Edition, page 1A, Anti-drug mission turns sour, by David Adams, 1,085 words, diigo, Archived,

January 29, 1997, The Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk, VA) page E1, Coverage of Events Casts Shadow of Journalistic Ethics, by Larry Maddry, Archived,

February 3, 1997, Consortium News, Contra-Crack: Investigators vs. Brickwall, by Sam Parry, Archived,

February 3, 1997 [1st web capture] Electric News, Commentary, CIA - Major Media - under attack!, by Ken Collins, Archived,

February 5, 1997 [1st web capture] Final Call, The Voice of the Nation of Islam, The CIA Drug

February 5, 1997, FCN, Pipeline: How the US Government Spread Crack Cocaine in the Black Ghettos.

February 5, 1997, FCN, Secret ties between CIA, drugs revealed; For nearly a decade the CIA, helped spread crack cocaine in Black ghettos, by Rosalind Muhammad, West Coast Bureau Chief, Archived,

February 5, 1997, FCN, A pawn in the CIA drug game, by Rosalind Muhammad, West Coast Bureau Chief, Archived,

February 5, 1997, FCN, Lawmakers demand CIA drug probe, by Rosalind Muhammad, Archived,

February 5, 1997, FCN, Bush oversaw covert CIA operations?, by Rosalind Muhammad, Archived,

September 24 1996, FCN, Vol 15 No 35, Editorial, Where is Mr. Clinton?, Archive,

February 5, 1997 [1st web capture] FCN, Vol 15 No 32, Editorial, The CIA drug lords,

February 5, 1997 [1st web capture] FCN, Betrayal of the Highest Order; U.S. Government Financing of Inner City Drug/Gang Wars, Archived,
February 6, 1997, The Union Leader (Manchester, NH) Editorial, A Kind of Justice, Archived,

February 16, 1997, cia-drugs list, Some observations about Blum's testimony, Archived,

February 18, 1997, The Washington Post, Final Edition, page 5, Post's Coverage Of Contra Cocaine Allegations Attacked, 265 words, Archived, diigo,

March 3, 1997 [1st web capture] Phoenix New Times, Just Another Big Embarrassment Under Shelby; Getting beaten on big stories is nothing new for the L.A. Times, but Shelby Coffey's paper was not alone in ignoring a major crack-cocaine exposé, by Jill Stewart, Archived,

March 3, 1997, Phoenix New Times, The Real Story About How the Use of Crack Cocaine Exploded in South-Central L.A., by Rick Barrs, New Times Los Angeles Editor, Archived,

March 3, 1997, Phoenix New Times, Conspiracy Theories Aside: Guilt for South Central's crack epidemic goes way beyond CIA and Contra thugs, by Marc Cooper, Archived,

March 3, 1997, Phoenix New Times, The Black Plague: Crack has ravaged countless lives in South-Central L.A.--but what can be done now to remedy the problem?, by Erin J. Aubrey, Archived,

March 17, 1997, Consortium News, CIA & Cocaine: Agency Assets Cross the Line, by Jerry Meldon, Archived,

April 16, 1997, U.S. Special Operations Command, 10th Anniversary History, pdf, 63 pages,

May 9, 1997, Chicago Tribune, Peru President's Closest Adviser Linked to Torture, Murder, Drugs, by Laurie Goering, Archived,

May 12, 1997, Associated Press - Los Angeles Times, Editor Admits Deficiencies, Archived,

May 13, 1997, Los Angeles Times, page B1, CIA Continues Probe, Archived,

May 13, 1997, Newsday, page A8, Paper Admits to Flaws, by Rita Ciolli, Archived,

May 13, 1997, Washington Post, page A1, CIA series 'fell short,' editor says, by Howard Kurtz,

May 13, 1997, Sun-Sentinel - The Washington Post, Editor Admits Problems With Series On CIA, Drug Link, by Howard Kurtz, diigo, Archived,

May 13, 1997, New York Times, page A1, Expose on Crack was flawed, paper says, by Todd Purdum,

May 14, 1997, Boston Herald, Editor's Apology Clouds Truth, by Leonard Greene, Archived,

May 14, 1997, Boston Herald, Editorial, page 26, Courage at the Merc, Archived,

May 14, 1997, International Herald Tribune, Editorial, Editor Criticizes Series, by Howard Kurtz, Archived,

May 14, 1997, Los Angeles Times, Waters Wants Probe to Continue, by Sam Fulwood III, Archived,

May 14, 1997, Chicago Tribune, Editorial, A Newspaper Says 'Mea Culpa', Archived,

May 14, 1997, Memphis Commercial Appeal, Editorial, A Destructive Newspaper Series, Archived,

May 15, 1997, New York Times, Accusations Renewed, by Steven A. Holmes, Archived,

May 15, 1997, St. Petersburg Times Editorial, An Editor Comes Clean, Archived,

May 15, 1997, Rocky Mountain News, Editorial, An Editor's Timely Retreat, Archived,

May 18, 1997, Los Angeles Times, Opinion; Part M; Page 4; Letters, Crack and Cocaine in LA, Archived,

May 18, 1997, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Belief May Persist, by Joseph R. Daughen, Archived,

May 22, 1997, LA/OC Weekly!, Tracks in the Snow, by Nick Schou, Archived,

May 23, 1997, The Christian Science Monitor, When Controversy Roils One Paper, How Others React, by Daniel Schorr, diigo, Archived,

June 1997, Crack the CIA! Coalition; What the Webb Corrections Mean,

June 2, 1997, The Nation, C.I.A., Crack, the Media, Archived,

June 2, 1997, Consortium News, CIA, Contras & Cocaine: Big Media Rejoices, by Robert Parry, Archived,

June 6, 1997, The Arkansas Times, Spooks with erasers, by Mara Leveritt, Archived,

June 30, 1997, Consortium News, Hung Out to Dry: 'Dark Alliance' Series Dies, by Georg Hodel, Archived,

August 1997, Chicago Media Watch Newsletter, The Chicago Media Watch Interview, Gary Webb Speaks Out, Conducted by David Peterson, Archived,

August 1997, The Progressive, Drugs, CIA, Media, by Jerry Sutliff, Archived,

August 18, 1997, The Washington Weekly, CIA Linked To Seal's Assassination; George Bush's Personal Phone Number Found in Seals' Trunk, by Daniel Hopsicker, Archived,

August 18, 1997, The Washington Weekly, George Bush's Phone Number Found in Drug Smuggler's Trunk - Affidavit of Sam Dalton, Archived,

November 5, 1997, Orange County Weekly, Secret Agent Men; What's with the relationship between U.S. spy organizations and OC-based companies?, by Nick Schou, Archived, diigo,

December 1997, USDOJ/OIG Special Report, The CIA-Contra-Crack Cocaine Controversy: A Review of the Justice Department's Investigation and Prosecutions, pp. Chapter X.,

December 14, 1997, Associated Press - Los Angeles Times, CIA-Crack Series Reporter Quits Newspaper,

December 19, 1997, Los Angeles Times (Washington Edition), page A6, Delays Hamper Credibility of Drug Probes, Waters Says, by John L. Mitchell,

December 19, 1997, Los Angeles Times, page A5, CIA Clears Itself of Involvement with Crack Cocaine, by John Diamond,

December 19, 1997, New York Times, page A23, C.I.A. Says It Has Found No Link Between Itself and Crack Trade, by Tim Weiner,

December 19, 1997, Washington Post, page A2, Inspectors General Find No Ties Between CIA, L.A. Drug Dealers, by Walter Pincus,

January 5, 1998, Consortium News, Contra-Crack Guide: Reading Between the Lines, by Jerry Meldon, Archived,

January 13, 1998 [1st web capture] Rachel's Weekly, America's Secret War, by Peter Montague, Archived,

January 24, 1998, Washington Post, page A13, Reno Orders IG to Withhold Report on CIA-Crack Probe, by Walter Pincus,

January 24, 1998, Associated Press - Minneapolis Star Tribune, page A5, Reno's orders: File on crack, CIA probe will not be released to the public,

January 29, 1998, Office of Inspector General, Investigations Staff, Report of Investigation, Allegations of Connections Between CIA and The Contras in Cocaine Trafficking to the United States (96-0143-IG) Volume I: The California Story, Archived,

January 29, 1998, Findings: Volume I: The California Story, Was CIA involved in the California-based drug trafficking of Ricky Donnell Ross, Danilo Blandon or Juan Norwin Meneses Cantarero? Did CIA have any relationship or dealings with Ross, Blandon or Meneses?, Archived,

January 29, 1998, Findings: Northern California Story: Did any of the individuals who were arrested in "The Frogman Case" have any relationship with CIA? Were the drug trafficking activities of any of those individuals linked to the Contras?, Archived,

January 30, 1998, New York Times, page A11, C.I.A. Report Concludes Agency Knew Nothing of Drug Dealers' Ties to Rebels, by Tim Weiner,

January 30, 1998, Philadelphia Inquirer, page A14, Report finds no CIA link to cocaine, by John Diamond,

January 30, 1998, Houston Chronicle, page 9A, CIA clears itself,

February 12, 1998 [1st web capture] Parascope, Media Reacts to Contra/Cocaine Allegations, by Ashley Overbeck, Archived,

February 16, 1998, Consortium News, Contra Cocaine: Bad to Worse, by Robert Parry, Archived,

March-April 1998, IF Magazine, page 11, CIA Admits Contra-Cocaine Cover-ups, by Robert Parry,

March 1, 1998, F.A.I.R., Extra! 'Are You Sure You Want to Ruin Your Career?'; Gary Webb's fate a warning to gutsy reporters, by Barbara Bliss Osborn, diigo,

March 16, 1998, Testimony of Rep. Maxine Waters Before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, On the CIA OIG Report of Investigation Allegations of Connections Between CIA and Contras in Cocaine Trafficking to the US" "Volume I: The California Story", Archived,

March 16, 1998, Statement of Frederick P. Hitz, Regarding investigation of allegations of connections between CIA and The Contras in drug trafficking to the United States Volume I: The California Story, Archived,
November 15, 1996, Arkansas Times, The CIA's Shadow in Arkansas, by Mara Leveritt, Archived,

March 16, 1998, Federal News Service, Prepared Statement of Frederick P. Hitz inspector General, Central Intelligence Agency, Before The House Committee On Intelligence; Subject - Investigation Of Allegations of Connections Between CIA and the Contras In Drug Trafficking to the United States,

March 17, 1998, The Washington Post, page A12, Inspector: CIA Kept Ties With Alleged Traffickers, by Walter Pincus, Washington Post Staff Writer, Archived, diigo,

March 17, 1998, Orange County Register, page 9, CIA Official Defends Paper's Allegations,

March 24, 1998, The Expert Witness Radio Show, CIA Admits To Deal With Justice Department To Obstruct Justice, by Michael Levine & Laura Kavanau-Levine, Archived,

April 27, 1998, From the Wilderness, Written Statement of Celerino Castillo III (D.E.A., Retired) to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence,

March 1, 1998, F.A.I.R., Extra! 'Are You Sure You Want to Ruin Your Career?'; Gary Webb's fate a warning to gutsy reporters, by Barbara Bliss Osborn, diigo,

May 7, 1998, Congressional Record, [Page: H2970] "1995 memorandum of understanding", Archived,

May 17, 1998, In These Times, Don't Ask Don't Tell, by Martha Honey, Archived,

June 2, 1998, Washington Post Foreign Service, page A1, Mexican Heroin on Rise in U.S., by Molly Moore and Douglas Farah, Archived,

June 3, 1998, Consortium News, Contra-Coke: Evidence of Premeditation, by Robert Parry, Archived,

June 12, 1998, Orange County Weekly, Rage Against the Webb, by Nick Shou, Archived,

June 14, 1998, Baltimore Sun, 'Dark Alliance' reinforces Gary Webb's crack expose, by Steve Weinberg,

June 16, 1998, New York Daily News, Crack-Contra Story Won't Die, by Juan Gonzalez, Archived,

June 16, 1998, Mother Jones, History 101: The CIA & Drugs; The CIA has a long and sordid history with drug traffickers. And it's all in the Congressional Record, by Eric Umansky, diigo,

June 21, 1998, L.A. Times, South Africa's Dirty Secrets Have Echoes, by Alexander Cockburn,

July 9, 1998, Consortium News, Reality Bites Back: Contra-Coke Proof, by Robert Parry, Archived,

July 9, 1998, Consortium News, Two New Contra-Coke Books, Archived,

July 23 - 30, 1998, The Boston Phoenix, Truth and consequences; The current outcry over sleazy media ethics makes it all too easy to discredit investigative reporting, Don't Quote Me by Dan Kennedy, Archived,

August 2, 1998, Consortium News, John Hull's Great Escape, by Robert Parry, Archived,

August 20, 1998,, Gary Webb's "Dark Alliance" Ignored by Dailies; Alternatives Sole Source For Continued Investigation of the CIA/Contra/Crack Connection, by Cory Zurowski, Archived,

September 13, 1998, Executive Intelligence Review, George Bush: Crack Kingpin of the 1980s, by Jefferey Steinberg, Archived,

September 27, 1998, The New York Times, Moonlighting? Two books revisit charges that the C.I.A. condoned the sale of crack, by James Adams,

September 27, 1998, The New York Times, Whiteout The CIA, Drugs and the Press, Chapter One: Webb's Big Story,

September 28, 1998, New York Times, Moonlighting, by James Adams, Archived,

October 1, 1998, Consortium News, The NYT’s New Contra Lies, by Robert Parry, Archived,

October 8, 1998, Central Intelligence Agency, Inspector General Report of Investigation Allegations of Connections Between CIA and the Contras in Cocaine Trafficking to the United States, (96-0143-IG) Volume II: The Contra Story"

October 15, 1998, Consortium News, The Contras’ Narco-Terrorists, by Robert Parry, Archived,

October 27, 1998, WorldNetDaily, CIA admits drug trafficking, cover-up, Archived,

December 2, 1998 [1st web capture] FOIA Correspondence; The CIA Meets the American Public, by Lee S. Strickland, Report from Studies in Intelligence,

December 5, 1998 [1st web capture] Parascope, Covert Testing on Human Subjects By Military Intelligence Groups; Excerpt from Appendix A of the Select Committee on Intelligence report on "Project MKULTRA, The CIA's Program of Research in Behavioral Modification," issued in 1977. Archived,

December 7, 1998 [1st web capture] Maxine Waters, Bill Clinton, CIA and Drugs - What to Do? Another Word For Speculation Is 'Thought", by Mike Ruppert, diigo,

December 29, 1998, Consortium News, L.A.'s Other Coke Pipeline, by Robert Parry, Archived,

January 16, 1999 [1st web capture] Creators Syndicate, Media's focus on CIA's cocaine links overdue, by Norman Solomon, Archived,

January 16, 1999, Parascope, Transcript: Gary Webb Speaks on CIA Connections to Contra Drug Trafficking, (and Related Topics) diigo,

January 17, 1999, The Threat to Our Children, by Michael Rivero, Archived,

March 15, 1999 [Filed] Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against CIA/DOJ On Behalf Of Crack Cocaine Victims, Archived,

April 21, 1999 [1st web capture] Defrauding America, 40 Years of Recorded Corruption in Government Positions, Endemic Cover-Ups, and Great Tragedies. Archived,
June 18, 1999, Consortium News, Contra-Cocaine: Falling Between the 'Crack', by Robert Parry, Archived,

April 20, 1999 [1st web capture] Parascope, Project MK-Ultra, The CIA's Program of Research In Behavioral Modification, Index, Archived,

December 14, 1999, Consortium News, Hyde's Blind Eye: Contras & Cocaine, by Dennis Bernstein & Leslie Kean, Archived,

March 2, 2000 [web capture] De-Central Intelligence Agency, Archived,
April 25, 2000, AlterNet, Solomon: CIA's Cocaine Links, by Norman Solomon, Archived,

April 30, 2000, From The Wilderness, Vol. III, No. 2, Democratic Party Prez. Drug Money Pipeline" Did this April FTW story, reprinted in Mexico cause Coelho to resign?, Archived,

May 6, 2000, FAIR Extra!, Colombia's Cocaine Shell Game; Media are leading the U.S. into a civil war in the name of the "war on drugs", by Peter Hart, Archived,

May 12, 2000, From The Wilderness, House Sneaks Close-Out of CIA Drug Investigation, Archived,

June 6, 2000, From The Wilderness, John Millis - Staff Director of House Intelligence Committee Commits Suicide In Virginia Motel, Archived,

June 8, 2000, Consortium News, CIA Admits Tolerating Contra-Cocaine Trafficking, by Robert Parry, Archived,

July 1999, Alternative Insight, Failures of U.S. Foreign Policy - 1946 to 2014, Archived,

July 27, 2000, 9th Circuit Backs Contra Leader Renato Pena Appeals Claim of CIA Drug Involvement, Archived,

July 27, 2000, San Francisco Examiner, Former contra wins review of U.S. drug ties, by Bob Egelko, Archived,

October, 24, 2000, From The Wilderness, Halliburton Corporation's Brown and Root is one of the major components of The Bush-Cheney Drug Empire, by Michael C. Ruppert, Archived,

November 12, 2000, FAIR Extra!, Raving Junk; Few outlets dissent from the latest teen-drug hysterias, by Mike Males, Archived,

February 27, 2001, The Guardian [London] Colombian Farmers Count Cost of Airborne Assault on Drug Fields, by Martin Hodgson in La Concordia, diigo,

April 29, 2001 [1st web capture] Snowblind: The Major Media, the Contras and Crack, by Gary W. Potter and Victor E. Kappeler, Professors, Criminal Justice and Police Studies, Eastern Kentucky University, Archived,

June 6, 2001, Statement of Armis E. Hawkins, PDF, 32 pages,

September 10, 2001, FAIR Extra!, The New Crack: Which will it be - pot or Ecstasy?, By Jim Naureckas, Archived,

February 9, 2002 [1st web capture] The L.A. Times Deconstructed!, by Mark Adkins, Archived,

June 21, 2002, WorldNetDaily, Uncle Sam bankrolls terrorism, by Joel Miller, diigo,

September 14, 2002, The Sacramento Bee, LAPD Links Ex-Deputiy Chief To Cocaine Ringdiigo,

October 3, 2002 [1st web capture] The Role of the CIA; The CIA and the Drug Industry; An excerpt from: Drugs, the U.S., and Khun Sa, by Francis W. Belanger, Archived,

October 3, 2002 [1st web capture] A Peruvian quagmire of drugs and death squads, Archived,

October 3, 2002 [1st web capture] Vladimiro Montesinos: The Betrayal of Peruvian Democracy; Fujimori's Svengali, by Gustavo Gorriti, Archived,

October 3, 2002 [1st web capture] Covert Briefs, by Terry Allen, The Good Student, Archived,
December 20, 2002 [1st web capture] High Times Magazine, Guatemalan Death-Squad Kingpin Linked to CIA, Drug Trade, by John Veit, Archived,

April 8, 2003, Narco News Bulletin, Doing the US's Dirty Work; The Colombian Paramilitaries and Israel, by Jeremy Bigwood, diigo,

May 11, 2003, New York Times, F.Y.I., The C.I.A.'s Bad Trip, by Ed Boland Jr., diigo,

September 5, 2003, The Arizona Republic, Conspiracy theories a big part of man's life and death, [Brian Downing Quig] by Dennis Wagner, Archived,

March 17, 2004, World Media, Guatemala's Gross National Products: Coca-Dollars, Repression, and Disinformation, by Frank Smyth, Archived,

November/December 2004, FAIR Extra!, Meet the Stenographers: Press shirks duty to scrutinize official claims, by Steve Rendall, Archived,

December 5, 2004, New York Times Sunday Book Review, 100 Notable Books of the Year
Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and bin ... life for her first offense — selling cocaine to an undercover police officer.

December 13, 2004, Reuters - New York Times, Gary Webb, 49, Wrote Disputed Articles - Obituary (Obit); Biography,... crack cocaine in black neighborhoods and used the profits to finance the operations of the contras, the C.I.A.-supported guerrillas who were ...

December 12, 2004, Los Angeles Times, Obituaries: Gary Webb, 49; Wrote Series Linking CIA, Drugs, by Nita Lelyveld and Steve Hymon, Times Staff Writers, Archived, diigo,

December 13, 2004,, R.I.P. Gary Webb -- Unembedded Reporter, by Jeff Cohen, diigo,

December 17, 2004, CounterPunch, How the Press and the CIA Killed Gary Webb's Career, by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair, Archived,

December 17, 2004, CounterSpin: Jeff Cohen on Gary Webb, Eileen Loh Harrist on Youngstown strike, Archived,

July 15, 2005, CounterSpin: Jim Naureckas on Rove-Wilson, Trudy Lieberman on Drug Industry, Archived,

March 30, 2006, The Republican, Puerto Rico files FBI lawsuits, by Natalia Munoz, diigo,

October 2, 2006, The Nation, Test on Terrorism, by Peter Kornbluh, diigo,

November 2006, The Atlantic Monthly, Twilight of the Assassins, by Ann Louise Bardach, diigo,

August 19, 2007, Scoop News, The CIA, Narcotics & Underworld: Doug Valentine Interview, by Suzan Mazur, diigo,

December 11, 2007, Consortium News, Gary Webb's Enduring Legacy (A Special Report), by Robert Parry, Archived,

December 14, 2007, TruthNews, An Empty CIA Rendition Airplane Is a Terrible Thing To Waste; Crashed Gitmo Torture Jet Did Double Duty as a Coke Mule, by Kurt Nimmo, Archived, diigo,

January 25, 2010, Deconstructing the Manifest, by H.P. Albarelli, Jr. On "Connections" (Part 1 of 3) diigo,

March 14, 2010, New York Post, Did the CIA test LSD in the New York City subway system?, by Philip Messing, diigo,

January 9, 2011, Contra Costa Times - Oakland Tribune, The return of "Freeway" Ricky Ross, the man behind a crack empire, by Scott Johnson, Oakland Tribune, diigo,

June 15, 2012, New York Times, The Snow Kings of Mexico; How a Mexican Drug Cartel Makes Its Billions, by Patrick Radden Keefe,  The Sinaloa cartel can buy a kilo of cocaine in the highlands of Colombia or .... was a senior officer at Cisen, Mexico's equivalent to the C.I.A..-

June 29, 2012, New York Times Magazine, A Snitch's Dilemma, Alex White, Professional Snitch, by Ted Conover,  He admired a kingpin named Demetrius Flenory — Big Meech — who controlled cocaine distribution in the region from the 1990s until around ...

June 30, 2012, New York Times, A Trader Who Swerved, and Crashed, by Bryan Burrough,
... a cocaine-snorting crook who started his firm in the basement of his ... as a longtime C.I.A. operative linked to a shadow world government, ...

September 7, 2012, New York Times, US Suspends Its Anti-Drug Radar-Sharing With Honduras, by Damien Cave, Since then, American agents and the Honduran authorities have seized several tons of cocaine but have also been involved in controversial ...

July 19, 2013, McClatchy - The Christian Science Monitor, Panama arrests former CIA station chief sought by Italy in rendition case, by Tim Johnson, McClatchy, diigo,

September 5, 2014, Popular Resistance, L.A. Times Reporter Cleared Stories With CIA Before Publication, by Ken Silverstein, Archived,

September 7, 2014, School of Authentic Journalism, Gary Webb at the 2003 School of Authentic Journalism, First in a series of videos featuring investigative journalist Gary Webb (1955-2004) in his own words.

September 10, 2014, The Field, Hollywood's Gary Webb Movie and the Message that Big Media Couldn't Kill, by Al Giordano, A Month Before Jeremy Renner Portrays Gary Webb (1955-2004) on the Silver Screen, a Reflection on Our Colleague and Friend.

September 24, 2014, The Narco News Bulletin, Gary Webb: Vindicated, by Bill Conroy,

September 29, 2014, Narco News TV, School of Authentic Journalism, NNTV: Gary Webb - "It Was Outrageous, but It Was True", First in a series of videos featuring the real world messenger behind the movie "Kill the Messenger," Gary Webb, in his own words.

October 2, 2014, New York Times, Resurrecting a Disgraced Reporter; ‘Kill the Messenger’ Recalls a Reporter Wrongly Disgraced, by David Carr, Archived,

October 9, 2014, Los Angeles Times, Review 'Kill the Messenger' a cautionary tale for crusading reporters, by Kenneth Turan,

October 10, 2014, The Huffington Post, Kill The Messenger: How The Media Destroyed Gary Webb, by Ryan Grim, Archived,

October 10, 2014, Narco News TV, School of Authentic Journalism, NNTV: Gary Webb - "People Realized They'd Been Lied To", Second in a Series of Videos with Gary Webb in His Own Words from the 2003 School of Authentic Journalism,

October 10, 2014, The Christian Science Monitor, 'Kill the Messenger' star Jeremy Renner delivers a memorable performance, by Peter Rainer, Film critic, diigo,

October 13, 2014, Narco News TV, School of Authentic Journalism, NNTV: Gary Webb - "You Could Read this Story Anywhere in the World", Third in a series of videos in which journalist Gary Webb (1955-2005) recalls that"one of the things I'm proudest of" is the Dark Alliance website

October 13, 2014, WND, Washington Post hit-piece on WND over ISIS-border link; But experts point to years of collaboration between terrorists, drug cartels, Archived,

October 14, 2014, NPR, Kill The Messenger' Incompletely Unravels A Complex Tale, by Mark Jenkins, Archived,

October 25, 2014,, From Gary Webb to James Risen: The Struggle for the Soul of Journalism; Two courageous reporters dug up dark government secrets. Only one was betrayed by his peers. Why did it happen?, by Andrew O'Hehir, Archived,



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The Search for the Manchurian Candidate, by John Marks, [New York: Times Books, 1979]

The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives, by Ted Gup, [1st Anchor Books edition, May 1, 2001]

Powderburns: Cocaine, Contras and the Drug War, by Celerino Castillo and Dave Harmon [Mosaic Press, 1994]

Cocaine politics: drugs, armies, and the CIA in Central America, by Peter Dale Scott, & Jonathan Marshall, [University of California Press, 1998]

The politics of cocaine: how U.S. policy has created a thriving drug industry in Central and South America, by William L. Marcy [Chicago Review Press, 2010]

Whiteout: The CIA, Drugs and the Press, by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St Clair [Versos, 1999]

Whiteout: The CIA, Drugs, and the Press, by Alexander Cockburn [Verso, 1998]

Necessary Illusions: Thought Control in Democratic Societies, by Noam Chomsky, [House of Anansi Press, 1989]

Robert Kennedy and His Times, by Arthur Meier Schlesinger, [First Mariner Books, 1978, 2002]

Journey into Madness. The Secret Story of Secret CIA Mind Control and Medical Abuse, by G. Thomas, [New York: Bantam, 1989]

Psychiatry and the CIA: Victims of Mind Control, by H. Weinstein, [Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, 1990]

Was Jonestown a CIA Medical Experiment?: A Review of the Evidence, by M. Meier, [New York: Edwin Mellen 1989]

A Long Strange Trip: The Inside History of the Grateful Dead, by Dennis McNally, [Broadway Books, 2002]

Conspiracy Theories in American History: An Encyclopedia: Conspiracy Theories in American History [2 volumes]: by Peter Knight, [2003]

Buying a Piece of Anthropology: Human Ecology and Unwitting Anthropological Research for the CIA, by David Price, (PDF). June 2007, Anthropology Today 23 (3): 3–13.

A Question of Torture: CIA Interrogation from the Cold War to the War on Terror, by Alfred McCoy [New York: Metropolitan Books. 2006]

A Terrible Mistake: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA's Secret Cold War Experiments, by H. P. Albarelli [Trine Day, 2009]

September 15, 1951, British Medical Journal 2(4732) Ergot Poisoning at Pont St. Esprit, by Lisbonne and Pourquier Gabbai,

Origins of Neuroscience: A History of Explorations Into Brain Function, by Stanley Finger [Oxford University Press, 2001].

Economic and biological interactions in pre-industrial Europe, from the 13th to the 18th century. [Firenze University Press, 2010].

Poetic Madness and the Romantic Imagination, by Frederick Burwick [Penn State Press, 2010]

Alcamo's Fundamentals of Microbiology: Body Systems Edition, by Jeffrey C. Pommerville; I. Edward Alcamo [Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2012]

The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism,, by Naomi Klein [New York: Picador, 2007]

The Agency: The Rise and Decline of the CIA, by John Ranelagh, [Sceptre, 1988]

On the trail of the JFK assassins, by Dick Russell, [Skyhorse Publishing, 2008]

I Swear By Apollo. Dr. Ewen Cameron and the CIA-Brainwashing Experiments, by D. Gillmor [Montreal: Eden Press, 1st Ed., 1987]


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May 17, 1997, Webb Responds to Ceppos in a Usenet posting,

Dark Alliance "Shortcomings": Ceppos apology exposed by Ken Collins.

May 23, 1997, Email Jerry Ceppos!

Crack Series Fell Short
Recent article in the Washington Post (13 May 1997) which pretends to offer new evidence refuting the Webb series. Again the claims are the same: Webb never proved that CIA agents were paid to distribute crack in South Central LA. No shit. Problem is Webb never really claimed that, despite the sensationalism of the original series. The only new information presented in this piece (and 2 other articles like it in the New York Times and the San Francisco Gate (note - both links require subscriptions) is that San Jose Mercury News editor Jerry Ceppos has now jumped on the denegation bandwagon, refusing even to publish more recent evidence unearthed by Gary Webb.

The CIA, in their infinite wisdom, will continue their self-probe despite Ceppos' backtracking, according to the Los Angeles Times (13 May 1997). We'll see what comes of that. See also

Justice Department to Continue Inquiry, from the Mercury News (14 May 1997)

October 23, 1996, Dark Alliance: The Newspaper Reinvented, by Sean Silverthorne, Archived,
The San Jose Mercury News' online treatment of a startling story may cause us all to rethink how news is produced -- and perhaps even redefine what news is.

February 12, 1998 [1st web capture] Cranks, Nuts, and Screwballs, by David R. McLean, [a.k.a. The Kooks and the Spooks] Meet the CIA's pen pals from the fringe in this declassified article written for the spy journal Studies in Intelligence.

Who prepared the collapse of the USSR, by Alexander Shevyakin,

August 26, 1989, The Independent, page 8, America has fought the wrong war': Did US policy in central America in the 1980s assist the growth of the Colombian cocaine cartels?, by John Lichfield and Tim Cornwell,

December 20, 1985, Associated Press, Reports Link Nicaraguan Rebels to Cocaine Trafficking, by Brian Barger and Robert Parry,

March 25, 1985, United Press International, Commander Zero blasts CIA, State Department, by John E. Newhagen,

March 16, 1986, Associated Press, Report: Cocaine Ring Finances Contras,

April 10, 1986, Associated Press, FBI Reportedly Probes Contras on Drugs, Guns, by Brian Bargar and Robert Parry,

April 17, 1986, Associated Press, U.S. Concedes Contras Linked to Drugs, But Denies Leadership Involved,, Narcotics traffickers and the Contras,

June 12, 2014, Mashpedia, CIA activities in Nicaragua - Top Videos,

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George H. White, Alias Morgan Hall, a colorful federal narcotics agent and CIA "consultant" who died two years ago. They reveal new details, including names ...

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Part 6: History of Mind Control | - 911 New World Order
by W Colby
... “attach” evil entities (aka demons and spiritual abusers) to dissociated (unconscious) ...... In a letter to Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, head of MKULTRA, George White stated: ...George White (alias Morgan Hall), overseer of Operation Midnight Climax.

British Security Coordination Compendium II | The ...
Hamilton had been recruited by George White, so we'll cover him a bit and then ...... In 1953, White rented a house at 81 Bedford St. in New York City's Greenwich Village under the name of Morgan Hall, the same .... John Coutts aka john willie.

February 4, 2010, Frank Olson's Murder - The Education Forum › ... › JFK Assassination Debate
 - 7 posts - ‎6 authors
Albertine and George White enjoyed living in New York City. ... White's alias for conducting business with and for the CIA was “Morgan Hall.” Morgan Hall, named ...... Walter Carl Neuson, aka Walter Carl Neunson. I chanced ...

October 1, 2012, Beyond Dutroux ties to 1950s-era CIA covert operation
- "Dr. Green" aka Luther Wilson Greene .... They called him Captain George White - he was formerly a doctor. .... rented two adjacent Greenwich Village apartments, posing as the sometime artist and seaman "Morgan Hall.

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... Catherine Holland and George White (below) display their theatrical talents. ..... Thus,Alpha Kappa Alpha had twenty members representative of its twenty ...

December 6, 2007, A 911 tragedy comment - Page 2 - AnandTech Forums › Social › Off Topic

- PaulNEPats a.k.a. Reckoner; Super Bowl XLII ..... direction of Narcotics Bureau officer George White under the alias of Morgan Hall for the CIA ...

Jan 27, 2010, "A Terrible Mistake" by H. P. Albarelli, Jr. - JFK Assassination ...
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David Sanchez Morales, aka 'El Indio', got his start in assassinations in Korea ..... Albertine and George White enjoyed living in New York City. ... Morgan Hall, named after magnate J.P. Morgan, is a section of the American ...


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February 19, 1969, New York Times Obit, MRS. William Colby,

June 3, 1981, The New York Times, Jeffrey Steinberg, 34, Innovative Publisher, Founder of Stonehill, Larger publishers later brought out books by other former C.I.A. officials. ... ''White Women'' by Helmut Newton, ''Cocaine Papers'' by Freud, ...

April 14, 1989, New York Times, Abbie Hoffman, 60's Icon, Dies; Yippie Movement Founder Was 52, bu John T. McQuiston, ... from 1974 to 1980, under threat of a long sentence on cocaine charges. ... And I believe that we should not have a C.I.A. that goes around ...

March 6, 1995, New York Times, Lyman B. Kirkpatrick Jr., 77, Longtime C.I.A. Official, Dies, by Dennis Hevesi, In 1953, for example, he investigated the death of Frank R. Olson, an Army biochemist who died while using L.S.D. in an agency experiment.

August 10, 1995, New York Times, Jerry Garcia of Grateful Dead, Icon of 60's Spirit, Dies at 53, ny Jon Pareles, In the 1960's, he was known as Captain Trips, referring to his frequent use of LSD , and he struggled through the years with heroin addiction.

April 30, 1996, New York Times, Ex-Director of C.I.A. Disappears While Canoeing on Choppy River, by Tim Weiner, ... using human guinea pigs for mind-control experiments involving LSD, and committing other offenses against its charter, the law and common ...

May 7, 1996, New York Times,William E. Colby, 76, Head of C.I.A. in a Time of Upheaval, by Tim Weiner, It had conducted LSD experiments on unwitting human guinea pigs. The agency's clandestine officers called the list "the family jewels," or "the ...

June 1, 1996, New York Times, Timothy Leary, Pied Piper Of Psychedelic 60's, Dies at 75, by Laura Mansnerus, ... shortly afterward, in the shower, after Marshall McLuhan advised him to come up with "something snappy" to advertise the wonders of LSD.

December 12, 1996, AP - New York Times, 2 Killers Executed by Injection In Missouri and Virginia Prisons,  Mr. Zeitvogel's lawyer, Sean O'Brien, said Mr. Zeitvogel started drinking at about the age of 7 and quickly moved up to marijuana, LSD and ...

July 23, 1998, New York Times, Robert Young of 'Father Knows Best' Dies at 91, by Bernard Weintraub,  Although the series itself, unlike ''Father Knows Best,'' dealt with serious problems like autism, blindness, LSD side effects, drug addiction and ...

March 10, 1999, New York Times, Sidney Gottlieb, 80, Dies; Took LSD to C.I.A., by Tim Weiner,
Sidney Gottlieb, who presided over the Central Intelligence Agency's cold-war efforts to control the human mind and provided the agency ...

Potter Family and Friends - Resources at RootsWeb
His home (the Potter Mansion) is now in Storrowton Village aka The Big E. I went to his home and there is a ...... Holbrook/Morgan/Hall/Craft ...... I CAN FIND OUT LITTLE ABOUT WHO GEORGE WHITE OR ANY OF THE WHITE SURNAMES.

July 18, 2013, Letters To My Future Selves: The CIA's Col. George White ...
- George White Raped & Killed Dozens Of Women And Was Never ... officer George Hunter White under the alias of Morgan Hall for the CIA as a ...

October 1, 2012, Veritas Aequitas | category: C.I.A Documents - Got Blogger?
 - "Dr. Green" aka Luther Wilson Greene .... They called him Captain George White - he was formerly a doctor. .... rented two adjacent Greenwich Village apartments, posing as the sometime artist and seaman "Morgan Hall.

An Interview with Assassinated Press correspondent Yaso Adiodi, Conducted by Carlo Parcelli

See also Peter Zirnite, CIA Admits Knowing About Contra Drug Trafficking, March 18, 1998,

Maxine Waters Responds: Testimony of Rep. Maxine Waters Before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (16 March 1998). Waters takes apart the Inspector General's report piece by piece.

Pasadena Police Chief Finds no Link to Crack (12 February 1997).

Read the Verbatim Transcript of Deutch's visit.

Having Lifted CIA's Veil, Deutch Sums Up: I Told You So:
Promotional garbage for Deutch from the Washington Post (26 December 1996). Notable because it cites Deutch as pointing to his visit to Watts as something that "he believes greatly helped the agency." Is there a bucket nearby? I'm starting to heave....

The San Jose Mercury News also has a story on Deutch's visit.

CIA Says it Finds No Link after looking at evidence that provides one. (6 November 1996).

Top Ten Reasons to Believe the CIA, satire from the Nation (23 December 1996).

"CIA sabotage of book?" Michael Levine, a former DEA agent who made evidence of CIA obstructions of justice in major drug cases public in the 1980s, provides evidence of media tampering at Barnes and Noble. When I first received this post, I checked the bookstore website and found that it was indeed accurate; upon rechecking it now I see that Barnes and Noble has deleted the "ghost ISBN" from their online database. I wonder if they have an official explanation for this.... In any case, Levine's books are excellent exposes of CIA interference with DEA operations.

"Expert Witness": Mike Levine's website and radio show. Ever since his experience in the DEA, Levine has dedicated himself to exposing the fallacies of the "War on Drugs."

Mike Levine's Unofficial Webspace which includes links to his books and you can listen to his shows.

San Jose Mercury News Editor Backpeddles!
On Sunday, 11 May 1997, Editor Jerry Ceppos published an "apology" to readers of the Mercury News for what he now calls a "seriously flawed" series. Click the link above to read his open letter, contradictory statements by him, and responses from both mainstream and alternative news sources.

Jill Stewart, "Bah Bah Bah: Sheeplike big-city papers still won't check out reporter Gary Webb's crack-Contra findings" New Times Los Angeles (05 June 1997), an excellent piece whose title says it all.

February 1997, Z Magazine, Fog Watch, by Edward S. Herman,

Pipe Dreams: The CIA, Drugs, and the Media, by Daniel Brandt and Steve Badrich. Terrific piece deconstructing the mainstream media "coverage."(NameBase NewsLine, No. 16, January-March 1997).

The Web that Gary Spun: Two-part story by Alicia C. Shepherd in the January/February 1997 issue ofAmerican Journalism Review. Gary Webb was presented the award for "Journalist of the Year" by Northern California chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists back in August (this is conveniently left out of the LA Times coverage of Webb's story, but some would argue the vehemence of their denunciation of Webb was due partially to this award). This link is a discussion of the controversy in the journalism community surrounding Webb's article; it raises some issues on all sides but largely seems to accept the establishment media's definition of terms. Features a great quote from Webb responding to the early media blackout: "a lot of newspapers--and TV particularly--they're just chickenshit."

San Jose Mercury News Editor Backpeddles!
San Jose Mercury News Phony Epilogue, Archive,

June 22, 1997, Revolutionary Worker, Radio Interview with Gary Webb, [Dead Link]

November 22, 1996, Wall Street Journal, Editorial, diigo,

Contras Crop Up in L.A. Courts, by Kevin Uhrich for the LA Weekly. (04 October 1996). Uhrich digs through LA court documents and uncovers more evidence (none of which has been addressed specifically by any of the major papers).
Crackwatch, by Robert Knight. New URL! This site explaions the case of the disappearing graphic. Includes links to the following stories by Robert Knight and Dennis Bernstein, who have been following the CIA-Contra-Cocaine story for over ten years:

Why is the Contra-Cocaine Connection Being Ignored? Newsday (31 March 1987)

Why is the Contra-Cocaine Connection StillBeing Ignored? Baltimore Sun and LexingtonHerald Leader (September 1996)

DEA Agent's Decade-Long Battle to expose the Contra-Cocaine Story PhiladelphiaTribune (04 October 1996)

How the Contras Invaded the United States

November 1996, Z Magazine, Closing the Loop on the Contra-CIA-Drug Connection, from

Leading Edge Research Projects' CIA-Cocaine site

July 2, 2007, Consortium News

August 14, 2000
June 8, 2000
March 30, 2000
February 21, 2000
October 5, 1999
April 19, 1999
February 10, 1999
January 27, 1999
December 5, 1998
November 6, 1998


We The People Website:

The CIA, the CONTRAS and the Crack Cocaine Epidemic America's "Crack" Plague has roots in Nicaraguan War By Gary Webb

For the better part of a decade, a San Francisco Area drug ring sold tons of cocaine to the Crips and Bloods street gangs of Los Angeles and funneled millions in drug profits to a Latin American guerrilla army run by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, a Mercury News investigation has found...


The WeThePeople CIA-drugs web site is dedicated to furthering debate on one of the most critical issues of our time: apparent U.S. government complicity in the crack cocaine epidemic that has decimated so many of our inner cities and destroyed countless lives.

To read the series that started it all, click on Dark Alliance.

Kevin Warren

WeThePeople Home Page Diana Forum New Financial Page


George Bush's Drugging Of America: How It Was Accomplished, Graph courtesy Executive Intelligence Review, Archived,

KingPin Indictment Of George Bush, Archived,

Conclusion, Archived,

Crackwatch: A Secret History of the clandestine establishment of Narcocracy in the Americas. The CIA-contra-crack-cocaine connection, by Robert Knight. Discusses the case of the "disappearing graphic" (which appears above). NOTE: This site has been removed temporarily (at least I hope it's temporary). Archived,

CIA under Pressure, from the Christian Science Monitor. Report on the SJMercury story.

Propaganda/Narco-Politics: collection of links on the Webb revelations, Archived,

The Story Behind the Photos: Al Gore and Hillary Clinton Pose with Drug Trafficker Jorge Cabrera, Archived,

Volume II: The Contra Story, Office of Inspector General Investigations Staff, Allegations of Connections Between CIA and The Contras in Cocaine Trafficking to the United States,

Oliver North Diary Entry: $14 Million To Finance Came From Drugs; Documentation

Southern Air Transport vs. WPLG-TV (ABC-Miami) Case No. 87-23989, Archived,

Affidavit of Bradley Earl Ayers, Archived,

February 14, 1987, Original Document, Archived,

Since WeThePeople originally published the results of Bradley Earl Ayers investigation of CIA proprietary Southern Air Transport, the CIA itself has confirmed the results of his investigation in Volume II of its Inspector General's report. Yet more proof, if any were needed, that what the small army of former DEA, CIA, and FBI agents and whistleblowers has been saying is true: The CIA has been up to its neck in the drug trade for decades.

Verbatim from Volume II of the CIA's IG Report:

800. Background. Southern Air Transport (SAT) carried a variety of equipment, supplies and humanitarian aid for the FDN during the 1980s.

801. Allegations of Drug Trafficking. A January 21, 1987 memorandum from ADCI Robert Gates to Morton Abramowitz, Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research, stated that the U.S. Customs Service had advised CIA that the Customs office in New Orleans was investigating an allegation of drug trafficking by SAT crew members. The Gates memorandum noted that the source of the allegation was a senior FDN official. The memorandum indicated that the FDN official was concerned that "scandal emanating from Southern Air Transport could redound badly on FDN interests, including humanitarian aid from the United States."

802. A February 23, 1991 DEA cable to CIA linked SAT to drug trafficking. The cable reported that SAT was "of record" in DEA's database from January 1985-September 1990 for alleged involvement in cocaine trafficking. An August 1990 entry in DEA's database reportedly alleged that $2 million was delivered to the firm's business sites, and several of the firm's pilots and executives were suspected of smuggling "narcotics currency."

803. Information Sharing with Other U.S. Government Entities. As previously noted, a January 21, 1987 memorandum from ADCI Robert Gates to Morton Abramowitz, Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research, reported that U.S. Customs had informed CIA that the Customs office in New Orleans was investigating an allegation of drug trafficking by SAT crew members.

General Khun Sa Names U.S. Officials Involved - Original Document Page1 - Page2,
In Drug Trafficking: Ted Shackley and Richard Armitage,
Top Secret CIA Drug Smuggling Operations,
Oral Deposition of Richard Brenneke ,
The Kerry Committee's Report ,
On Contra Cocaine Trafficking,
Affidavit of Richard M. Taus -Original Document,
Declaration of Rodney F. Stich,
Amicus Curiae Brief - Rodney Stich,
Affidavit of Gene Tatum,
The Chronicles of Gene Tatum,
Special Investigative Report,
By Michael Montalvo, A Drug War POW,
Affidavit Of Stephen Crittenden,
Interview With Celerino Castillo,
Testimony of Celerino Castillo - Link,
The Oral Deposition of William Duncan,
The Testimony of George Morales,
The Affidavit of Edward P. Cutolo,
Richard Secord vs. Leslie Cockburn,
"Want A/C To Pick Up 1500 Kilos",
"14M To Finance Came From Drugs",
"DC-6...Used For Drug Runs Into U.S.",
Confidential, Top Secret, and Declassified Information
DEA Sensitive,
Barry Seal - The Spy Who Smuggled,
Operation Whale Watch,
Operation Watch Tower,
The Pegasus File - Part One,
The Pegasus File - Part Two,
Assassination - By Order of the President,
Executive Order 12333 - Excerpts,
National Security Decision Directive 3,
Crisis Pre-Planning Group - Page 1,
Crisis Pre-Planning Group - Page 2,
The Drugs/Violence Nexus
The Drug/Violence Nexus,
By Prof. Paul Goldstein,
Cocaine, Its Forms, Methods Of Use, And Pharmacology,
Cocaine And Crime,
Why The Drug War Will Never End,
By Steven Jonas, M.D., M.P.H.,

Inspector General

The Contras and Cocaine, This is a portion from the Kerry Cmte. document on Drugs, Law Enforcement and Foreign Policy.

Ollie's Drug Plane, In recent (September '96) days Oliver North has stated that claims of Nicaraguan contra drug running are 'absolute garbage'. A page from his own notebooks disproves this.

Psychological Operations in Guerilla Warfare, One of the CIA's illegal training manuals for the contras. It advises the "Armed Propaganda Teams" on ways to justify the assassination of civilians, use blackmail and professional criminals to destabilize a country.

Summary, of the Report of the Independent Counsel for Iran/contra matters.

Interim Report to Congress, Judge Walsh's 3rd report to Congress.

The Weinberger Indictment, The first indictment of Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger.

Documents related to the Iran/contra affair Government Stipulations, In the trial of Oliver North, the U.S. government acknowledged that the attached 107 statements regarding Iran/contra were true. Details involvement of foreign countries and the various enticements offered to them to support the contras.

Crack The CIA Coalition, Dead Link

Narco News, Archived,

December 3, 2000, Drug Money Times, Archived,
Fifth issue,
Fourth issue,
Third issue,
Second issue,
First issue,

De-Central Intelligence Journal,

Skolnick's Report,

Intelligence Services/Police (POLINTEL), [Robots.txt]

DeepTimes News Service, Archived,

January 7, 1998, Contra-Crack Guide: Reading Between the Lines, Archived,

Mena Directory,

National Security Archives,

The Storm over "Dark Alliance"

The Contras, Cocaine, and Covert Operations
National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 2

The Iran-Contra Scandal: the Declassified History, Archived,

Lisa Pease's Web Page,

The Michael Levine Web Page,

The Consortium, Archive Contra Crack Series, Archived,

January 19 2001 [web capture] Michael Ruppert Web Page,

COMMENT .. Maxine Waters, Bill Clinton, CIA and Drugs - What to Do in the Current Crisis and Pending Impeachment? Archived,

OPENING REMARKS OF MICHAEL C. RUPPERT for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Archived,

Written Testimony of Michael C. Ruppert for The Senate and House Select Committees On Intelligence

RESPONSE TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE REPORT .. Written response of Michael C. Ruppert to the Department of Justice Inspector General's report.

RESPONSE TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE REPORT .. Written response of Celerino Castillo to the Department of Justice Inspector General's report.

FACT SHEET .. CIA and DRUGS FACT SHEET - One Page Of Dynamite

BOOK REVIEW .. Gary Webb's Dark Alliance is a monstrous achievment


Michael Ruppert's CASEFILE: The CIA and Drugs

CIA Director John Deutch confronts allegations that the CIA dealt crack cocaine in L.A. in the 1980's, CNN's Jennifer Auther reports live from Los Angeles 8pm EST, Reload the Vivo movie

Roger Walls' Trial

August 26, 1997, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, U.S. asks judge to dismiss money-laundering charges,

December 31, 1997, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Lawyer persuaded wife to lie,

January 9, 1998, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Walls jury seated; trial begins,

January 10, 1998, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Convict: Drug chief sold chemicals; Meth 'cook' says he made deal with task force administrator in 1994,

January 13, 1998, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Paid $2,500 to avoid prison term, Texan testifies in ex-drug task force chief's trial,

January 14, 1998, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Ex-task force chief’s drug, extortion case goes to jury,

January 15, 1998, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Convicted of extortion, former drug chief weeps,

July 30, 1998, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Harmon accomplice gets 28-month term,

The C.I.A. & Drugs: Narco-colonialism in the 20th Century, Index, Archived,

Serendipity Web Page, The CIA: America's Premier International (and Domestic) Terrorist Organization (But with strong competition from Pentagon Special Ops) Archived,


RAM Download, Joe Madison And Dick Gregory Press Conference - Real Audio,

Interview With Celerino Castillo - Wav File,

Celebrating a Golden Anniversary: 50 Years of Drug Dealing by the CIA; Part I. The Hell Well Dynasty, or How Burma Got Its Start; Part II. The Drug Dealers Hmong Us,Various News Sources, Archived,
______________________________________________________________________________, Archived,

Celerino III Castillo & Dave Harmon (1995). Powderburns: Cocaine, Contras & the Drug War (3rd ed.). Borgo Press. ISBN 978-0-8095-4855-2.

Frederick P. Hitz (1999). "Obscuring Propriety: The CIA and Drugs". International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 12 (4): 448–462. doi:10.1080/088506099304990. Note: Hitz, then CIA Inspector General, was the person who first mentioned the secret agreement between CIA and the Department of Justice, in March 1988, when testifying before the House Intelligence Committee.

Robert Parry (1999). Lost History: Contras, Cocaine, the Press & "Project Truth". Media Consortium. ISBN 1-893517-00-4.

Peter Dale Scott & Jonathan Marshall (1991). Cocaine Politics: Drugs, Armies, and the CIA in Central America. University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-07312-8.

Webb, Gary (1998). Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion. Seven Stories Press. ISBN 978-1-888363-68-5.

Wikiquote has quotations related to: Celerino Castillo III

"Drugs, Law Enforcement and Foreign Policy" a/k/a the Kerry Report Transcripts

Allegations of Connections Between CIA and the Contras in Cocaine Trafficking to the United States, Volume I: The California Story, CIA

Allegations of Connections Between CIA and the Contras in Cocaine Trafficking to the United States, Volume II: The Contra Story, CIA

The Contras, Cocaine, and Covert Operations: Documentation of Official U.S. Knowledge of Drug Trafficking and the Contras, A collection of declassified documents at the National Security Archive

Oliver North declassified documents at the National Security Archive.

Department of Justice: The CIA-Contra-Crack cocaine controversy: A review of the Justice Department's investigations and prosecutions (December, 1997)
Epilogue (July, 1998)
Executive Summary
Table of contents

Department of Justice: How corrupt have we become? (July, 2009)

Castillo ordered to report to federal prison,

Whale, Dope Inc.,

September 19, 2010, Global Research, Partners in Crime: The U.S. Secret State and Mexico's "War on Drugs", by Tom Burghardt.
[1999] Henry Hyde's Moral Universe; Where More than Time and Space are Warped, by Dennis Bernstein and Leslie Kean, Chapter 5 — Henry Hyde on Drugs: In Defense of Treason, Archived,

The Black Budget Report - 2, Organized Crime, Drugs, and the CIA, Archived,

Tim Weiner, Blank Check: The Pentagon’s Black Budget (Warner Books, 1990)

The Secret Team, by Fletcher Prouty, Chapter 3: An Overview of the CIA
SECTION II: Origins of the Agency and Seeds of Secret Operations

The CIA's Secret Funding and the Constitution, 84 Yale Law Journal 613 (1975).

Intelligence Community,

Statement of the Director of Central Intelligence Regarding the Disclosure of the Aggregate Intelligence Budget for Fiscal Year 1997,

Marchetti and Marks, The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence (Alfred Knopf, 1974)

Wise, The American Police State (Random House, 1976)

Nov 6, 2000, Insight on News, Why Is $59 Billion Missing From HUD?, by Kelly Patricia O'Meara,

April 18, 2003, Insight On the News, HUD's Financial Woes Continue,

May 21, 2001, Insight on the News, Thankless Task, by Paul Rodriquez,

London, 2001, SRA Quarterly: Third Quarter Commentary, The Myth of the Rule of Law or How Money Works: The Destruction of Hamilton Securities, by Catherine Fitts,

Dowbenky, Bushwacked,

Stanley Sporkin, UnAnswered Questions for Stanley Sporkin, Bio & Selected CIA Iran Contra Background,

Report of Senator Fred Thompson, Chairman, Committee on Governmental Affairs, on Management Challenges Facing the New Administration (US Senate, 2002)

For history of OSS, See Michael Warner, Office of Strategic Services,

State Department history of Intelligence Services,

Statistics on the estimated budgets and personnel of the different intelligence agencies

April 27, 1998, From the Wilderness, Written Statement of Celerino Castillo III (D.E.A., Retired) to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence,

December 22, 1993, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The suicide files: Death in the military----last of a four part series, by David Zucchino, Archived,

The Strange Death of Col Sabow, by Gary Null, Archived,

Lawrence E. Walsh, Final Report of the Independent Counsel for Iraq/Contra Matters, Vol 1. (United States Court of Appeal for the District of Columbia Circuit, 1993) ch. 21. Available on line at:

October 21, 1998, From the Wilderness, A CIA Confession: Oliver North Exposed, by Michael Ruppert,

January 29, 1998, Office of Inspector General Investigations Staff, CIA, The Contras in Cocaine Trafficking to the United States, Vols 1-2.

April 29, 2002, Insight on the News, Government Fails Fiscal-Fitness Test, by Kelly Patricia O'Meara,

February 26, 2002, Agency Wide Financial Statements. The Department of Defense Audit Opinion, by David K. Steensma,

August 10, 2001, Insight on the News, Rumsfeld Inherits Financial Mess, by Kelly Patricia O'Meara,

May 18, 2003, San Francisco Chronicle, Military waste under fire $1 trillion missing – Bush plan targets Pentagon accounting, by Tom Abate,

July 4, 2002, Fitts, Real Deal, Saving Tennessee, Scoop UQ Wire,

Leslie R. Groves, Now It Can Be Told: The Story of the Manhattan Project (Da Capo Press, 1983).

September 23, 2002, Catherine Fitts, The $64 Question: What's Up With the Black Budget? – The Real Deal, Scoop: UQ Wire

2002, Judy Chizek, Military Transformation: Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, (Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, May 2002)

1997, Report of the Commission on Protecting and Reducing Government Secrecy:

1992, The Need to Know: The Report of the Twentieth Century Fund Task Force on Covert Action and American Democracy (The Twentieth Century Fund Press, 1992).

April 17, 1995, Office of the Press Secretary, White House Press Release: Classified National Security Information, Executive Order #12958, Section 4.4.,

April 17, 1995, Executive Order #12958,

June 1995, Director of Central Intelligence, Controlled Access Program Oversight Committee, Directive 3:29

November 1994, Deputy Secretary of Defense, Special Access Program Oversight Committee, Information Bulletin,

John Helgerson, CIA Briefings with Presidential Candidates (Central Intelligence Agency, 1996,) Chapter 5,

April 23, 2007, Presidential Directives: Background and Overview, by Harold Relyea,

May 23, 2006 [1st web capture] Very Pissed Off Combat Veterans -- And Blueprints For Change, by John McCarthy,
Index of posted articles sorted by issues, Part 1,
Article List
C.I.A.- Mantra and Truth,
The Other Side,
CIA Drug Trafficking,
Celerino Castillo - Very Pissed Off Combat VeteransArchived,
Deep Black - The Secret Drug Wars of the CIA,
The Origins of the Overclass
CIA Publishes Its Own "Assassin's Manual," Proving It Condones Killing Those Who Oppose U.S. Policy
Covert Action Out Of Control Of The Constitution: The Church Committee Report,

CIA Drug Trafficking - Deep Black Lies, by David Guyatt, Archived,

"Ombudsman: 'The CIA, drugs and the press'" by the Washington Post,

Continued coverage by the Washington Post [Robots.txt]

Talk:Gary Webb/DarkAllianceArchives, Archived,

Real Audio discussion of controversy, on KCRW-FM's "Which Way, L.A.?",

Iran-Contra report by Independent Counsel

Selections from the Senate Committee Report on Drugs, Law Enforcement and Foreign Policy, chaired by Senator John F. Kerry

Dark Alliance Library,

Dark Alliance Who's Who,

Reliable Sources: The Best and Worst of Journalism in 1996. Transcript from CNN Interactive, a group of lazy overpaid actors who play reporters on TV show their contempt for real journalism by putting Webb's series into their "worst of" category. Bozo prize goes to Washington Post reporter Howard Kurtz's comment: "Let me just briefly say, Bernie, that the lasting damage here may be from the San Jose 'Mercury' news series on CIA and cocaine because even -- it shows that it's hard for good journalism to catch up with flawed journalism."Note: Now that CNN is charging for the transcripts they used to provide for free and disguising this as a "sneak preview of a premium service," the document is no longer online. Write them and tell them how you feel!

March 30, 2006, The Republican, Puerto Rico files FBI lawsuits, by Natalia Munoz, diigo,

March 31, 2006,From The Wilderness Hey Charlie Sheen, Wake Up!; There Are Good Reasons Why 9/11 is Having Its 15 Minutes of Fame Now - Look at Who's In the Spotlight, by Michael C. Ruppert, diigo,

March 29, 2006, The Wire, System Breakdown, by Larry Clow, diigo,

April 3, 2006, Associated Press, Watchdog Warns About Gov't Squabbling, by Mark Sherman, diigo,

April 5, 2006, Great Pentagon / 911 Website and Video Clip about the alleged B757 crash!, diigo,

April 22, 2004, Mandela CBW Briefing Document (Top Secret), by Stephen P. Dresch, diigo,

December 3, 2004, WND, Top FBI lawyer helped destroy TWA Flight 800, diigo,

November 6, 1996, FAIR,

The CIA, Drugs, and the Press: "Followup" from the Washington Post. More Gary Webb-bashing.

September 23, 1996, CNN, Justice Department Investigation Begins,

The MCF Archives


CKLN-FM Canada Mind Control Series
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MKULTRA: Declassified Documents Over 300 pages
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Wolfgang W. Scherer Implants and Microwave Concerns
Harry Sweeney Mind Control Press Release
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Larry Whitsitt letter to Edwin Meese III and his reply letter.
Alan Yu personal story and psychotronics reports
Democracy Charade by Les Dove
Universal Declaration Of Human Rights by Les Dove (And how the British government abuses them.)
The Torture Trail by Les Dove

Email Listings for Various Contacts Government, Newspapers, Civil Rights Attorneys
XIV International Symposium on Biotelemetry
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The 434th Millitary Intelligence Detatchment
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2020 Neural Chip Implant Letter to The End of the Line
Active Denial Technology Directed Energy Non-Lethal Demonstration US Air Force 
Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments
AFRL's Directed Energy
AFRL's Directed Energy Directorate
America's 1st President Harry Caul 
America's Secret Police by Jim Hobson
Battle For your Brain
Battle for your Mind by Dick Sutphen 
Blue Print for a Prison Planet
Brain Implants
Brainwave Frequency Listing - Glossary
Brainwashing by Thomas Dorman 
Brainwashing for the CIA
Brainwave Frequency Listing
British Psychiatry & Eugenics/Assassination 
Mae Brussell grandest conspiracy theorist
George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography by Webster Griffin Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin 
Bush-Nazi Link Confirmed
Camp Locations
BasesSupplied by an Anonymous person
The Case Against the CIA 
Chemical and Biological Warfare Issues Bibliography: Matthew Meselson
Church Committee Drug Testing Report
CIA History of Atrocities
CIA: History of Electromagnetic Technology and Mind Control
CIA: A History of Secret Human Experimentations
CIA and Brainwashing Documents in text form 
Conditions for Mind Control Dr Margaret Singer 
Congressman Kucinich's Prayer For America 
Constitution Systematically Dismantled
Aleister Crowley
Aleister Crowley: The Midnight Messenger
Declaration on the Protection of All Persons from Being Subjected to Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment 
Declassified Official Reports
Democrats VS. Republicans By: Marvin Gardner 
Design for Living Inc, Dr. Freund Information Sought
Dr. Jose M.R. Delgado
Physical Control of the Mind, Toward a Psychocivilized Society
Dulles Papers Reveal CIA Consulting Network by John Cavanagh 
Electromagnetic Spectrum
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ELF Magnetic Fields and EEG Entrainment Preliminary Research Report
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The End of the Constitution
Enviromental Health Criteria for Magnetic Field
Experimentation on Conservatees in LA County
FBI Programs and Initiatives Carnivore Diagnostic Tool
FEMA - The Secret Government By Harry V. Martin with research assistance from David Caul 
FM Modulated Low Power Low Voltage Trasmitters for Implants
FOIA Amended by Intelligence Authorization Act
Final Warning: A History of the New World Order by David Allen Rivera 
Final Solutions:
"The Greenbaum Speech" -Ritual Abuse D. C. Hammond Ph.D. 
GWEN Ground-Wave Emergency Network (GWEN) System
GWEN Towers, HAARP & Satellite GPS_EMF Control Grid
Harassment Technologies
High-Power Microwaves US Air Force 
Hong Kong Professor Sues US for Mind Control
History of Australia and New Zealand references to CIA operations
History of Directed Energy Weapons 
Hitlers Ladder to Power
How Are People Controlled
How the United States Finds, Chooses and Creates "Sleepers" by Gunther Russbacher 
Human Auditory Perception Of Pulsed Radiofrequency Energy
IBM: And How the Train Ran On Time"
IBM and the Holocaust by Edwin Black
Information about Valerie Wolf She died 2-6-2002
Interview with Anton Lavey
Illuminati Anoints Jakes as New Billy Graham
The Illuminati by Myron Fagan
The Illuminati and The Council on Foreign Relations by Myron Fagan
Intrinsic Data Fields - IDF
International Movement For the Ban of Radio frequency Weapons Controlling Human Psyche
The Investigaton of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy Final Report
Is That Feasible to Manipulate Human Brain at Distance?
Is the biochip the Mark of the Beast?
Jim Turner's page

NSA's Subliminal Posthypnotic Scripts
National Bioethics Advisory Commission
The Nazi Doctors"
New Millenmiun and the Mind-Control Crisis
NIH Physician's Statement About Mind Control
Dr. Eldon Byrd 2002 Letter of Corroboration of NIH Md. Statement About Mind Control
North Oscura Peak is an Air Force Research Laboratory 
Krill Papers Legalized Child Abuse by Butler Shaffer 
List of Detention Camps, Temporary Detention Centers, and Department of Justice Internment Camps 
Low-Power Telemetry System Using SC Voltage-to-Frequency Converter
MASA Child Abuse Legislation - Action Call May 8, 1996
Mass Media Mind Manipulation and the World of Illusion By Randy Lavello
Mediaeko Investigative Reporting Group Robert Nauslen 
Meeting the Demand of Future Military Operations Study For Joint Non-Nethal Weapons Program 
Megabrain Report
Josef Mengele: The Angel of Death
McKinney classic on: Microwave Mind Control
Mind Control Denial and the Abuse of Psychiatry
The Mind had no Firewall
Micro Vision Virtual Retinal Display
Microwave Harassment and Mind-control Experimentation
Mircowave Mind Control: by Dr. Rauni Leena Kilde, MD
Military Human Experimentation
Mind Control & MK-ULTRA by Richard Gall Scotland
Mistaken for a Schizophrenic 
Morning Star the Light Bearer James Cameron and MK-ULTRA
MKzine Ron Pattons New Magazine
New World Order & E.L.F. Psychotronic Tyranny 
No Immediate Danger, Prognosis for a Radioactive Earth
Patterns of Global Terrorism
The "Philadelphia Experiment"
Police State on the March
Principles on the Effective Investigation and Documentation of Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment 
Project Camelot and Chile
Project Monarch by Ron Patton
Project Paperclip and the Nuremberg Trials Whitewash
Project Paperclip Recruitment of Germans
Psychiatry Kills (article by Samuel Antoine Moser)
Psychological Operations in Guerrilla Warfare 
Put Sound where you want it
Office of Naval Research (ONR) fact sheet 
Operation Mind Control by Walter Bowart (Excerpts from his book)
Outting Big Brother An insider blows the whistle on global electronic surveillance
Ownership of the Federal Reserve
Regions of the Electromagnetic Spectrum 
Remarks before the Nazi War Criminals Interagency Working Group 
Remote Control Of Electrical Stimulation Of The Nervous System
“The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects” by Captain Edward J. Ruppelt, Rutgers University: Intelligence Goes to College by Konrad Ege
Save Our Children: Stop the Violent Predators Against Children DNA Act of 2002
Secrecy and Accountability in U.S. Intelligence
The Secret Government Origin, Identity & Purpose of MJ-12 by Milton William Cooper
The Secret Wars of the CIA
Secrets of State: Intelligence Activities and American History
Selling technology to the Nazis
Silent Weapons for Quite Wars
Some Aspects of Anti-Personnel Eletromagnetic Weapons
The Scientific Background of the NAZI 'Race Purification Program' 
Scientism in England- Materialism Scientism in England
Scientism in the U.S.
Scientism in Russia
Scientism in Germany
"The Shocking Menace of Satellite Surveillance" - John Fleming
Space-Age Weapons Ultrasonics 
Skull & Bones Fostered Russian Communism
Tavistock - The Best Kept Secret In America
Telegram And Foundations Of Mind Control
The Rise of Corporations:
This Overshadowed Planet
The Truth
UFO Research Guide
Underground Bases A Lecture By Phil Schneider
USAF: Biological Process Control
U.S. Concentration Camps
U.S. Dention Centers
U.S. Dention Centers
The United States' Commitment To Fight Torture 
Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism (USA PATRIOT ACT)
Using the Freedom of Information Act
Virginia Mind Control Panel/Conference 10-97
Wave Your Brain Goodbye
What the CIA won't declassify.Old Secrets and New
What is Mind Control? Wisconsin HMIS Implementation

It's very informative to see what victims write when seeking help and the revealing responses that they get.

US Congressman Gary L. Ackerman to Norman Rabin
Roy Bercaw to US Senator John Glenn re Human Subjects Protection Act
Tannie Braziel to the FCC
DOD to Pat Mougey
US Senator John Glenn to Pat Mougey re Human Subjects Protection Act
Kathy Kasten to Dr. Ellis at OPRR, National Institute of Health
Ed Light to Hazel O'Leary, US Dept. of Energy
Julianne McKinney to and from US President Clinton
Lawyer Ryan Krebs, M.D., J.D. to Carol Price
Raven1 to the Canadian CSIS
Sharon Shea to U.N. Secretary General Boutros Ghali
Jason Snitker to the FBI
Professor John C. Syer in support of Cheryl Welsh
US Department of Defense to Sharon Shea

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