Sunday, June 08, 2008

Operation Ringwind and Lockerbie


When Pan Am flight 103 came down over Lockerbie, one of those killed was Major Charles McKee.

"According to Rodney Stich, Robert Hunt, former Navy SEAL commander and deep-cover CIA/ONI operative, described to him a CIA assassination squad called Operation Ringwind. This operation, according to Hunt, was under the control of then-Deputy Director of the CIA Robert Gates.

'''They call it Operation Ringwind, formed in early 1981. It was strictly to take care of all participants in October Surprise until they decide to shut the operation down. And that could be tomorrow morning, or ten years from now. Whoever they think is involved.'''

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7 comments:

David Howard said...

google: Quadri-Track ZCT

David Howard said...

The Octopus

http://www.apfn.org/apfn/octopus.htm

David Howard - 417-825-1755 said...

The selective use of polygraphs by corrupt FBI officials must stop! No one is above the law, including FBI Director Robert Mueller, who conspired to cover up the Pan Am Flight 103 incident.

David Howard - 417-825-1755 said...

Everyone needs to learn that 9/11 was the American regime nuking its own largest city, and it created the China Syndrome which then poisoned thousands of responders and millions of NY residents. Google "China Syndrome Aftermath"

David Howard - 417-825-1755 said...

Google "The Phil Schneider Story"... http://www.apfn.org/apfn/phil.htm

David Howard said...

Second Thoughts on October Surprise - http://consortiumnews.com/2013/06/08/second-thoughts-on-october-surprise/

David Howard said...

Google "NSA Department Z" http://www.astradome.com/dulce_battle_report.htm

 
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