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(2010-08-06) - ISBN-13: 978-613-1-52641-1

Two additional people told me Boorda could easily have been done in by one of the surefire assassination methods the Navy has finessed after 50 years of covert research and field testing. This little-known secret slipped out on July 6, 1975 with an article in the London Sunday Times, "How the U.S. Navy Brain-Trains Political Assassins." The Times quoted a speech by Navy Lt. Commander Thomas Narut to a group of 120 psychologists at a NATO conference in Oslo, Norway. Narut worked at the U.S. Regional Medical Center in Naples, Italy. He reported the Navy had been programming "hit men and assassins" who would kill on command; some subjects were drawn from the ranks of convicted murders serving time in military prisons.

(2011-08-05) - ISBN-13: 978-613-7-50817-6

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In March 2001, the Pentagon went public with a portable people zapper euphemistically called an "Active Denial System." Developed by Ratheon Corporation and other Pentagon contractors for crowd dispersal, this so-called NL weapon "could cook a person's eyeballs" if the operator so desired. (88) To its credit, CBS News interspersed footage of huge anti-Vietnam War demonstrations involving hundreds of thousands of Americans in its announcement of this weapon. Comic strip character Pogo's astute and much quoted observation, "We have seen the enemy and they is us" was never more applicable.

(2010-06-24) - ISBN-13: 978-613-0-88667-7

A map of the Washington area posted on the ABC Web site is chilling in its implications. With large red dots, it visually depicts the Jenkins home in Arlington surrounded on three sides by the Pentagon, the CIA, the DIA headquartered at the Bolling Air Force Base, and the British, Canadian and Australian embassies. (27)

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(2011-05-19) - ISBN-13: 978-613-5-49674-1

"The USA would do anything to appease Indonesia to keep access through their straits to get to and from Saudi's oil," she wrote to me. "They were not amused at Australia being in the forefront of restoring East Timor against perceived Indonesia and USA interests! All that lovely East Timor offshore oil, too."

(2010-12-14) - ISBN-13: 978-613-3-61889-3

Betty Daly-King believes Jenkins was murdered to prevent him returning home with knowledge that the Pentagon didn't want him to bring back to Australia. Daly-King is a Western Australia peace and human rights activist who claims she has been tortured with DEW in retaliation for 40 years of working for alternative means of resolving conflicts that lead to war. Focused on ensuring peace in the Indian Ocean region, she is responsible for peace studies professorships in two Perth universities. Daly-King cites several other cases of DEW being used to silence scientists, activists and writers, just in Western Australia alone.

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An epidemic of unexplained deaths in England's defense industry occurred from 1982 to 1988 (totally blacked out of the "free" U.S. press). Twenty-five British computer programmers and engineers working on electronic warfare programs died in a rash of suspicious suicides, disappearances, and bizarre accidents. They were the subject of British journalist Tony Collin's 1990 book Open Verdict: An Account of 25 Mysterious Deaths in the Defence Industry. Five of these scientists were talented computer programmers who worked for Marconi Underwater Systems (a major contractor for the Reagan Administration's "Star Wars" Strategic Defense Initiative or SDI), or one of its subsidiaries. Many worked for the government or military installations directly. Britain's nuclear arsenal is submarine-based. Most of the dead programmers were working on top-secret simulator programs used in underwater submarine deception warfare. "In the majority of cases, there were no eyewitnesses and the periods before their deaths could not be explained," Collins writes (28)

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Investigations began when two young men were found in Bristol, more than 100 miles from their homes, where they had no apparent connections. In 1986 Vimal Dajibhai, 24, was found under a bridge with an unexplained puncture mark on his thigh and his pants down around the ankles. A few months later Arshad Sharif, 26, alleged hanged himself by tying one end of a rope around his his neck, the other end lashed to a tree, and accelerating his car until his neck snapped. Family members interviewed by Collins said the two men were actively planning their futures and had no motive for suicide. Shortly thereafter, PhD student Avtar Singh Gita, 26, who was working on submarine warfare under a grant from the defense industry, disappeared from Loughborough University. Singh Gita's thesis was titled "Underwater Signal Processing." He was found in Paris months later, but could not recall why or how he got there. (29)