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24:57 "Secrets of the CIA" "I think the first time that I seriously questioned anything that was more than I just couldn't take it anymore. Was when I came across this document, it was 'eyes only,' and it was to my boss. But he had only had one hand and a hook in the another hand so I everytime launch his email and packs and so forth. And this one, he wasn't in the office, I opened and I read it. It told 'eyes only' I wanted to read, because I wasn't supposed to probably. And it was a report about a point where they had blown up a bridge in Asia somewhere. And they had killed a number of girls and kids who were on their method to store that morning. It was reported as though they were really proud mission accomplished. That one bothered me a lot. When my boss came in, I gave him this email and mentioned this and I said, 'This is wrong. These girls hadn't done anything, these kids didn't deserve to die. Why did we do that?' And he said, 'that's the fortunes of war.' And I said, 'but we're not at war. We're certainly not at fight in that country. Why did we do that? I don't understand it.' And he said, 'well, you're very young when you receive older you'll understand those things.'" Mary Embree, CIA Headquarters Washington DC She then goes on to tell that it was living a fantasy and being on the inside, after that there was no job that I would ever have that would be as exiting. Earlier in the tool she told If I tell anything vs them I turn around and wonder if I'm being followed. "I was so disillusioned about my country. Because I believed it was like my country right or wrong, but my country was wrong so much of the time." *** Ecuador. All these operations police military intelligence, falsifying documents running a surveillance squad Following folks in the streets, radio communications with vans intoxicating 26 27 had sense of power. And our job was to quench or impede the Cuban Revolution Very several families controlled the land and wealth. When I was working in Uruguay. The trade unions and students. Lighting demonstrations making us look bad. A document attributing all the violence to the revolution. It was false, but very convincing. Heard most sadistic police officer torture the boy he had framed. Most horrible sound. The initial thrill, being on the inside having this secret power began to fade. Phil Agee I considered myself a nice spy. I was given the name of a student or professor or teaching assistant and I would develop a relationship with this person and test to receive them to tell to me statements concerting US involvement in Vietnam and South East Asia. I was to infiltrate student groups to receive copies of propaganda, meeting times, protests posters, this type of thing. You're friendly spy on campus. The excitement initially came when I was offered the job and I was said that I was very special. And that played to my patriotism, my ego, my manhood, the entire thing. "I became the eyes and ears for the CIA of Iowa State University Campus. I initiated files on students of interest. Initiated a file of a girl who refused to date him. Verne Lyon Also know as the "Dirty Tricks Department." Found out Thai communist party much more larger, active than reported. Tool shut down, because if acknowledge existed of thousands of organized villagers, would present that in Vietnam it was in the millions, which would present we could shut down the fight because we couldn't win. I think the worst thing I was involved in was the Phoenix Operation, an assassination program. Found out I was shooting fish in a barrel, most supported Communist and fighting foreign domination. Thought he was saving democracy and saw images of bombed napalmed children. For him caused enormous trauma and for months contemplated suicide. He finally got over that effort and what he could do with knowledge is bring to the US folks so there won't be further Vietnams, further abuses. And since that time I've devoted my life to to exposing the CIA and created info resource named CIABase. "I feel that I am doing what I could be doing and in that sense I'm happy. I am not satisfied in the sense that no amount of criticism of the agency, no amount of revelation of it's dirty deeds, no amount of exposure of the weaknesses of the agency has weakened the CIA. But I do feel at some point, all of this will impact on the awareness of the American folks and at that time there will be an attack on the CIA." Ralph McGehee I lost my first class citizenship respect of a lot of mates gained a lot of enemies***They paid a milk delivery boy taking a shcool's weeks work of milk to school children, to allow them place cement into the milk.CIA's target was to increase frustration lvl to bring a revolution to bring Castro down.
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