Saturday, February 21, 2015

February 21, 2007, Yahoo Groups, Topic 3640, Some information on Mind Control and the Military, by Carl George,

February 21, 2007, Yahoo Groups, Topic 3640, Some information on Mind Control and the Military, by Carl George,

Magazine, Newspapers Articles TV / Radio Interviews

July 24, 2003, New York Times, 9/11 Congressional Report Faults F.B.I.-C.I.A. Lapses, by David Johnston, Archived,

A Sugar Cube, Please: I Need to Charge My Cellphone,
A Dream Remembered,
The AAA and the CIA?, by David Price,
Acquitted Man Says Virus Put Pornography on Computer,
John Adams, McCarthy Nemesis, by Christopher Marquis,
Academics and Spies: The Silence that Roars, by David N. Gibbs,
Adverts 'can implant false memories' by Elizabeth Loftus, Does this mean that Advertisement still use sublimital messages/ While you are here read about the law suit pending against Loftus,
Aerial Mind-Control, The Threat to Civil Liberties by Judy Wall Editor/Publisher Resonance,
Agency Disputes C.I.A. View of Trailers as Iraqi Weapons Labs, by Douglas Jehl,
All in the Mind, New Scientist,
Altered State - Persinger Mind Control by Elizabeth Royte,
America's Deep, Dark Secret,
'America's shameful legacy of radioactive weaponry', by Heather Wokusch,
An Audio Spotlight Creates a Personal Wall of Sound,
Another Killer Released,
Anti-abduction' implant for children,
Antigravity-Electrogravitic Systems,
Are you bugged?, by Michael E. Enlow,
Army Begins Burning of Chemical Weapons in Alabama Town,
Army Center to Study New Uses of Biotechnology,
Bar Code Parrot, New Scientist,
Behavioral health center closes doors,
Benetton takes stock of chip plan, by Winston Chai and Richard Shim,
Beyond the Rubber Bullets,
Big Bowl Of Chips: Technology Is Getting Under Our Skin, by Doug Powers,
Big Brother chips away at civil liberties,
Big Brother Wants to Watch You Digitally,
Bilderberg Group The Invisible Power House by Armen Victorian,
Bill to Create Alert System on Abduction Is Approved,
Binge-eating linked to heredity,
Bionic eye gives hope for the blind, by Michelle Nichols,
Blood flow to brain changes with radio-wave exposure,
Brain electrodes cure obsessive patients, by Helen Phillips,
Brains of the Future,
Brain Implants for Controlling PCs?,
Brain implant lets man control computer by thought,
Brain-Machine Interfaces: Current and Future Applications,
Brain Machine Interfaces,
Brain Machine Interfaces, Baa 01-42, Addendum 1, Special Focus Area:,
Brain implant in monkeys called breakthrough,
Brain signals from the paralyzed or injured captured by computer,
Brain Waves Drive Man's Bionic Arm,
Brainwash Experiments Still Enrage Victim's Son, by Jacqueline Cutler,
Brain Zapping, by Jason Jeffery,
Bright Skies, Six Part Article by Harry Mason, B.Sc., M.Sc.,
Burying the Truth Bush Declares His Faith in Tenet and C.I.A., by Richard W. Stevenson,
Buy An Equipment To Spy On Your Neighbors,
By Thought Alone, Brain implants are being taught how to read minds,
Case Against Electroshock Treatment,
Championing Children for Whom Reading and Learning Are Difficult, by Brent Staples,
Chemical warfare at work,
Childlike Pizza Deliveryman at the Center of a Puzzling Crime,
CIA's Behavior Caper, by Patricia Greenfield,
CIA Chief Bush Suppresses the News, by Robert Gardner Ranftel,
CIA Cold War Legend Dies: Dr. Sidney Gottlieb,
CIA, Drugs & Torture,
CIA Gave at Least $10 Million To Peru's Ex-Spymaster Montesinos,
CIA on Campus, by Robert Witanek,
CIA Is Expanding Domestic Operations, by Dana Pries,
CIA JFK UFOs & James Jesus Angleton, by Timothy S. Cooper,
CIA dirty trickster, -- Meet Sidney Gottlieb,
CIA Richard Helms Dead,
CIA Former Chief Richard Helms Dead,
CIA Is Expanding Domestic Operations, by Dana Pries,
C.I.A. West Nile,
Capturing Thoughts,
Center works on ways to restore senses,
Charles Manson and the Underground Stream,
Chemical and Biological Warfare Unmasked,
China Calls U.S. Out on Human Rights,
Chip for Your Thoughts, by John Hanchette,
Chip in the Old Block, by William Peakin,
Cochlear implants, may not be the best way to help deaf children,
Cold War Bioweapon Tests Included California, by John Hendren,
Cold War Experiments, by Stephen Budiansky, Erica E. Goode and Ted Gest,
Congress Shuts Pentagon Unit Over Privacy,
Consciousness Based on Wireless?,
Cold War legend dies at 80,
'Conspiracy Theories' and Clandestine Politics, by Jeffrey M. Bale,
Cops Have Eyes On X-Ray Vision,
The cyborg evolution, by David Stonehouse, The Age Newspaper
DARPA Funding,
D.A.R.P.A. Is Funding An Implantable Chip Far More Advanced Than "Digital Angel"!,
DARPA To Support Development Of Human Brain-Machine Interfaces,
DIA: Intelligence Report Supports WMD Claims,
Dianetics: Science or Hoax?, by Albert Q. Maisel, Look Magazine,
Dianetics: Science or Hoax?, Operation Clambake & Rod Keller,
DNA Computers Ultimate Science,
DNA Computers Time to Engineer, by R. Colin Johnson,
DNA Snafus Taint Justice System,
Decoding Schizophrenia,
Defense research agency seeks to create supersoldiers,
Defense research agency seeks to create supersoldiers, Government Executive Magazine,
Democrats Say Bush's Credibility Has Been Damaged, by Adam Nagourney,
Denial and Deception, by Paul Krugman,
Devices that read human thought now possible,
Device to Track Missing People,
DIA: Intelligence Report Supports WMD Claims,
Digital Angel Corporation is Awarded United States Patent,
Digital citizens,
Do you believe in government mind control?,
Doctor testifies Harris was insane,
DOD Documents Go From Being Classified To Webified,
Dr. Louis Jolyon "Jolly" West,
Dr. Wernher von Braun,
Early Cochlear Implants Aid Deaf Children,
Electrode hope for obsessive patients,
ELF-Electromagnetic Disease Transmission, by C.B. Baker,
End Noise How one guy fought back,
Ethnic Cleansing in Connecticut, Cover Art,
Ethnic Cleansing in Connecticut, Article,
Ethics of brain science, The Economist,,
Evidence builds in CIA-related death,
Evidence of an Electromagnetic Field Theory of Consciousness
Excuse Me, Is Your Tooth Ringing?
Ex-Nazi guard remains in custody
Ex-Nazi Guard Spotted In Windsor Authorities Seeking Former Resident,
Experimental implant under the scalp zaps away crippling headaches,
Expose: Messing with Our Minds,
Eye In The Sky Will Track Offenders In Mississippi And Florida,
F.B.I. Failed to Act on Spy Despite Signals,
FBI Confirms 'Magic Lantern' Project Exists,
Family closing door on Cold War scientist's mysterious death in 1953,
Fearing Electronic ID Background,
Fearsome Weapons of Future Wars ABC 20/20 Transcript,
Federal execution nears for Gulf War vet,
Feds to Adopt Single Terror Watch List,
Feds' involvement in anthrax experiments,
F.D.A. Approves Expanded Use Of Brain Implant For Parkinson's Disease,
F.D.A. Exploring Human Cloning Claim,
Woman to Bear a Clone, a Doctor Says,
Fighting for the Right to Communicate, by Jill Andresky Fraser,
The Fight to Control Your Mind,
Flowers' Conspiracy Lawsuit Against Sen. Clinton to Proceed,

February 1998, Upstart Magazine, From the Illuminati to Kennedy, by Greg Guma, 

February 5, 2000, The Guardian, Good Lord! What in heaven's name is that?, (Iraq Holograms) by David Hamling, 

September 8, 2002, WorldNet Daily, Government-linked 'suicide' probed; 1954 incident bears similarities to death of CIA biochemist, Archived

July 14, 2002, S. F. Chronicle, Government Mind Games; A CIA Mickey; Lawsuit claims LSD was put in veteran's drink in 1957,  by Bob Egelko, Chronicle Staff Writer, Archived, diigo,

Gruesome Cat Killings Mystify Authorities in Denver, Salt Lake City,

Dec. '95-Jan. '96, Nexus Magazine, Vol. 3, No. 1, Haarp: Vandalism in the Sky?, by Dr. Nick Begich and Jeane Manning, Archived,

1998, The Montauk Project and Camp Hero Today, by John Quinn, Archived


The Konformist, HAARP'S Covert Agendas; The Big Picture, by John Quinn, Archived

Democracy Charade, (Word Doc Download) by Les Dove

The Torture Trail; Then and Now,  (Word Doc Download) by Les Dove,

May/June 1997, Portland Free Press, How the CIA Killed History, by Ace R. Hayes, Archived,

May 5, 1997, The American Almanac, Brainwashing: How The British Use The Media for Mass Psychological Warfare, by L. Wolfe, Archived


Hypnosis Comes of Age, by G. H. Estabrooks, PH.D.,

ID Chip Planted in Your Body?,
ID Implants,
Injectable chip opens door to 'human bar code', by Charles J. Murray,
Implant May help blind to see,
Implants - Now a Marketing Reality,
Implantable chips make first run at personal ID, by Charles J. Murray,
Implantable-chip seminar in D.C., Manufacturer of Digital Angel, VeriChip meets with FDA, policy analysts, by Sherrie Gosset,

I.N.S. Shredder Ended Work Backlog, U.S. Says,
Insecurity of Computer Security,
Is Jerry the first of the truly wired humans?,
Is Someone Doing Devious Things With Your Mind?,
Insulin chip 'may replace jabs',
Intelligence 101,
'James Bond' style X-ray specs, British troops try out, by Kevin Hurley,
Japan admits war crimes conducted in WWII,
Japanese Cult Vows to Save a Seal and the World, (They cover themselves in white to deflect electromagnetic waves)

Japanese Cartoon Triggers Seizures,
Judge denies freedom for man charged in 17 Florida church fires,
Judge rules against passes for schizophrenic,
Judge Voids Rules on Pharmaceutical Tests, by By Robert Pear,
Kennedy Mistress Comes Forward,
Kucinich, Declaring for President, Takes Populist Stance,
Lawmakers Urge Reform,
Lawmakers Mum on Rev. Moon Event,

May 24, 2004, Associated Press - Sacramento Bee, Lawsuit claiming CIA put LSD in vet's drink in 1957 can proceed, diigo,

Making Waves Huntsville Company's New Use of Radio Frequencies Gaining Attention with Investors who want the technology of Commercial Uses,

Mind Control Part I: Canadian and U.S. Survivors Seek Justice, by Arlene Tyner Probe Index Vol. 7 No. 3 Mar-Apr, 2000
Part II Index Vol. 7 No. 4 May-June, 2000 Part III Index Vol. 7 No. 5 July-August, 2000

Mind Control Part IV: High-Tech Crimes and Electromagnetic Madness By Arlene Tyner Probe Vol. 7 No. 6 September-October, 2000,



May 4, 1998, Whale.com, Psychiatric Drugs Shorten Life Span, by Samuel A. Moser, Archived


Mind Control with Silent Sound and Smart Computers,Mind Control Slavery and the New World Order, by Uri Dowbenko,

Mind switch could help disabled regain control,
Mind Control Testimony, by Valerie Wolf,
Mini Airborne Intelligence, Smallest Computerized Sensors Designed to Communicate,
Mini motivators, Bionic nerves are battling muscle wasting after a stroke,
MIT microchip releases chemicals on demand,
Murderer had long history of violence,
Mycoplamsa: The Linking Pathogen in Neurosystemic Diseases,
Mystery particle' in schizophrenics,
NSA Patents New Technology To Monitor Millions of Phone Calls,
The Napa Secret Installation, by Harry V. Martin,
Napa Sentinel Mind Control Series, by Martin & Caul,
Monkey Think, Robot Do,
Mood Altering Weapons,
Nanocontainers Deliver Drugs Directly to Cells,
Nanotech for New Organs,
NASA plans to read terrorist's minds at airports,
Navy to control advanced network of spy cameras along 3.5 miles of San Diego coastline,
Nerve cell chip developed,
Nerve implant experiment "a gimmick",

May 23, 2002, The Economist, Neuroscience: The future of mind control, Archived

July 6, 2001, WorldNet Daily, New evidence in Army scientist's death; 48-year-old case has links to CIA's secret experimentation program, by H.P. Albarelli Jr. and John Kelly, diigo,

New funding for brain implants,
New hunt opens for 'grotesque' child killer,
New spy tools--for good or evil?,
New Tools for Domestic Spying, and Qualms,
New Windows on Our Minds, by C. W. Dingman,
NEXUS Seeks Info. On Electromagnetic Weapons, (1997) may still be able to give information,
Noninvasive EEG,
Non-lethal landmine zaps intruders with 50,000 volts,
Not so much an ad, more a brainwash,
Pacemakers for the Brain, by Linda Carroll,
Pass the tinfoil hat' David Wildman,
Pentagon database plan hits snag on Hill,
Pentagon's Third Eye,
Pentagon Reveals Non-Lethal Energy Weapon,
Pentagon Surveillance System, to Access Gov't, Commercial Records,
People queue up for computer chip implants,
Playhouse of Horrors, Guinea Pigs in Military Mind-control Experiments,
Plea for help turns deadly,
Physical Control of the Mind, by Herb Dorsey,
Prescription Drugs Now, Day of Reckoning Later,
Privacy in the Digital Age,
PSY-OPS Weaponry Used In the Persian Gulf War, Military Use of Mind Control Weapons Judy Wall 1998,

Psychological Technologies To Lead to Global Changes,
Psychosurgery's Effects Still Linger,
Push Button Pleasure,
Radar Flashlight For Through-The-Wall Detection Of Humans,
The Radiation Story No One Would Touch, by Geoffrey Sea,
Radio Chip in Every Consumer Product,
RADIO GA GA."Is your health at risk? Over…", by Alisdair Phillips,
Reinforcing a Powerful Symbol,
Remote Control Brain Sensor,
Report Urges U.S. to Increase Its Efforts on Nonlethal Weapons,
Retinal implants, could soon partially restore sight,
Rethinking Human Rights,
RFID:Genesis of the Versatile RFID Tag,
Ritual Magic, Mind Control and the UFO Phenomenon,
Road to Perdition,
Robotic legs could lead to super troopers,
Saddam key in early CIA plot, by Richard Sale,
Secret Court Says F.B.I. Aides Misled Judges in 75 Cases,
The secret history of anthrax,
Scientists develop microchip for brain,
Scientists develop 'brain chip',
Scientists follow their noses to discoveries about brain,
Senate Widens Surveillance Law,
Signing Homeland Security Bill, Bush Appoints Ridge as Secretary,
Silent Sounds Hit Emotional Cord Skeletons in the Closet, by Sid Taylor,
Soldier's Disappearance Surrounded by Mystery
Sonic Bullets to Be Acoustic Weapon of the Future
Sonic Weapon of Vladimir Gavreau,
Soundless Music Shown to Produce Weird Sensations,
Speaking Mind to Mind,
Spy Chips that will Track your Every Move,
Statement by Marjorie Lundquist, issue of power line electromagnetic fields and their effects on human health,

Stricter Work Requirements On Poor People Who Receive Cash Assistance,
Strom Thurmond, Foe of Integration, by Adam Clymer,
Suit claims Bush conspired to cover up rape,
Supreme Court Could Opt for a Momentous Term,
Suspects Left a Troubled Trail,
Sweeping Expansion of Anti-Terrorism Act,
Synapse chip taps into brain chemistry,
Taming the Terahertz, T-rays could be more versatile than x-rays. by Herb Brody,
Taking Aim at an Enemy's Chip,
Television's Tiniest Stars,
Ten-year-old tearaways to be tagged, by Murdo MacLeod,
There's a Bug in My Seat Cushion, by Alan Cowell,
Terry Lenzner's CIA connection,
They're watching you, by Jason Allardyce,
Time-Traveler' Busted For Insider Trading,
Think and it's done, A radical new way of interacting with the world is born,
Thinking and Typing,
Thinner chips with everything,
This machine knows what you're thinking,
Thought Control, by Stanley N. Wellborn,
Through the Wall Revealing Concealed Threats
Tiny devices, big hope, by Linda H. Lamb,
Tiny implanted monitors, 'black boxes' for humans, gain traction, by Doug Glass,
To Whom May I Direct Your Free Call?,
Torso In The Thames: Adam's Story,
Toward One Party Rule, by Paul Krugman,
Track Your Position and Relay Vital Medical Information Via Satellite by Kathy Moran,
Transplant success fetal brain tissue to relieve symptoms of Parkinson's disease,
UCSD Neuroscientists Find That Attention To Sound Influences Ability To See,
UFO Uncoverup? Stargate by Richard J. Boylan, Ph.D.,
Unlocking the Mind, Even people who are completely paralysed can teach their brains to type,
Up Against The Beast Two part Article by Uri Dowbenko,
US accepts 'Big Brother' chip implant,
U.S. Antiterrorism Law Alleges Violations of Civil Rights,
U.S. Backs Florida's New Counterterrorism Database,
U.S. Military Works on Nonlethal Weapons,
VeriChip & the Beast, by Dale Hurd,
Versatile Masks of Dye Speed the Chip-Making Process, by Anne Eisenberg,
West Nile Virus Outbreaks As "Bioterrorism",
Vision come to pass, by Eric Arthur Blair AKA George Orwell,
Voices in Your Head? Check That Chip in Your Arm,
Walking may be ambitious, but a neural amplifier could restore movement to many paraplegics,
A Watch Powered by Snake Oil, shield the body from "electronic pollution,
Weapons of Mass Compliance, by Ben Ehrenreich,
Welcome to the Machine, How the GOP disciplined K Street and made Bush supreme. by Nicholas Confessore,

What Lies Beneath,
What is the Blue Beam Project?, by David Openheimer,
What's Left After Everest?, by Timothy Egan,
What Is Happening in America?, by Eliot Weinberger,
When Seeing and Hearing Isn't Believing, by William Arkin,
A Whistleblower Goes to Jail, Bob Mullally goes to prison for releasing cops' domestic-violence records by Jim Crogan,

A Whistleblower Leaves Jail, by Jim Crogan,
Who Aided Drug Maker? A Capitol Hill Mystery,
Why You Should Get a Chip Implant, by Paul Somerson,
Will Computers Read Your Mind,
Williams Not Guilty By Insanity,
Woman Pleads Guilty to Arson,
World's Smallers Transistor,
You Gotta Fight for Your Rights, by John Powers ,
Veterans Learn of Secret Tests Decades Afterward,
Zapping Those Voices in The Head,

C.I.A. - Cocaine - NYT






October 24, 1973, New York Times, Scarcity Alters Drug-Trade Patterns; Seeking New Sources, by Nicholas Gage... shortage has forced many wholesalers who once sold only heroin to offer cocaine and other hard .... They have one set Orientalist and- ian- for every'-. one CIA. TimesMachine,

April 7, 1974, New York Times, Book Ends, So let's hear it for the first readers, whether in the publishing houses, the CIA ... The title refers. to cocaine, of which Holmes was fond; and the story begins with...TimesMachine,

August 1, 1974, The New York Times, An Explanation: How 3 Articles -Sum Up Charges and Evidence, by David E. Rosenbaum, On April 16, 1973, as the Justice Department was cracking the case, Mr. Nixon .... or expose unlawful wiretapping and information and to justify the cia operations. ... about the Watergate nanced with campaign contra say 'I don't remember...TimesMachine,

September 29, 1974, New York Times, Miami si, Cuba no; The 350,000 Cubans in south Florida make a remarkable success story, by Susan Jacoby, "There was a time when a cia operative Between 350000 and 400000 ..... of the big-time drug dealers who grew rich in the cocaine traffic when Havana was a ...TimesMachine,

September 28, 1975, New York Times, Paperbacks; New and Noteworthy, by Joseph Ballantine, TimesMachine,

May 11, 1980, New York Times, The Nation; A Compromise Step On C.I.A.; Cracking Down on 'Cocaine Cowboys', TimesMachine,

October 18, 1984, The New York Times, Op-Ed, Essay - More Tips For the Debaters, by William Safire, Resist your inclination to defend aid to the contras, especially when you left ... level as the Vice President's among- us-he-men crack to longshoremen. 3. ... His C.I.A.'s primer for the contras in Nicaragua shows how to explain ...

June 12, 1985, The New York Times, Nicaraguan Offers To Lift Siege Law, by Stephen Kinzer, ... make some changes that were promised and instead cracked down on the press, ... He Accuses the C.I.A.In his comments, Mr. Ortega charged that the ... normality'' if the United States would end its support for the contras.

November 24, 1985, New York Times, News Summary - Sunday, November 24, 1985,
A retired C.I.A. analyst was arrested and charged with spying for China ... of 1,474 pounds of cocaine, Federal agents and local police reported.

July 10, 1986 - The New York Times, Editorial, The Sandinista Road to Stalinism, The depredations of that C.I.A.-sponsored army neither justify nor ... full support for the Nicaraguan ''contras'' is forcing them to crackdown

August 29, 1986, The New York Times, Op-Ed, In the Nation - Reagan Out of The Closet, by Tom Wicker, ...But his hope to use the so-called ''contras'' to do it looks more and more like ... by the C.I.A., actually can destroy the Sandinista regime and take its place. ... their already sizable armed forces and to crack down harder on civil ...

October 10, 1986, New York Times, A U.S. Agency Used Plane Lost In Nicaragua, by Richard Halloran,... and returned to the United States with 1472 pounds of cocaine. ... said he had worked with C.I.A. employees in El Salvador and had made 10 ...

December 12, 1986, The New York Times, News Summary:  - FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1986,
INTERNATIONAL A3-17 The C.I.A.originally proposed keeping the Iran arms sale secret from ... Pretoria cracked down further on dissidence, tightening its six- month-old emergency decree, ... Contras reportedly in battles A1.

January 21, 1987, The New York Times, News Summary:  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1987, A C.I.A. official helped supply arms to Nicaraguan rebels just as Congress ... The President has been interviewed about his knowledge of the Iran-contra affair, the ... A blow to the out-of-town crack trade has been inflicted by a ...

February 27, 1987, The New York Times, News Summary: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1987
... Tower panel's conclusions about the C.I.A.'s role in the Iran-contra affair. A12. Leaders of Congressional panels investigating the Iran-contra case said they would ... They said the girls were induced to become crack addicts.

March 15, 1987, New York Times, 'A National Crusade'; New Voice and Visibility for DEA, by Peter Kerr,... workers charged last week with smuggling cocaine: ''These people ... and that we are not some kind of secret C.I.A. organization for drugs.

March 20, 1987, The New York Times, News Summary: Friday, March 20, 1987
... no knowledge that profits from arms sales to Iran were diverted to the contras. ... C.I.A. officials gave the White House repeated intelligence reports in late 1985 that ... They attributed much of the rise to a rapid spread of crack.

May 8, 1987, The New York Times, General Under Attack: The Questions Sharpen, by David E. Rosenbaum, ...Unchallenged, he rarely raised his voice, occasionally cracked small jokes ... another plan to rent a boat to the C.I.A. at a price much higher than its worth. ... about large markups on weapons and airplanes used by the contras.

May 21, 1987, The New York Times, Op-Ed, Essay; Walk Back the Cat, by William Safire
On March 16, 1984, the C.I.A. station chief in Beirut, William Buckley ... he ran through the N.S.C. in conjunction with his contra support. ... That conflicted man, after days of tightly containing his emotions, cracked and cried on ...

June 18, 1987, New York Times, News Summary: Thursday, June 18, 1987,
They said a retired C.I.A. official would testify next week about the link ... to hinder an investigation into cocaine use among prominent Atlantans.

June 19, 1987, New York Times, News Summary: FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1987,
... the renegade C.I.A. agent convicted of smuggling arms to Libya, and ... Marion S. Barry Jr. used cocaine often, according to a former female ...

July 16, 1987, New York Times, Iran-Contra Hearings; Smuggler Ties Contras To U.S. Drug Network, by Keith Schneider
The C.I.A. denied today that its agents were involved in drug ... States, planes loaded with cocaine were refueled at airstrips on Mr. Hull's ranch

August 14, 1987, New York Times, News Summary: Friday, August 14, 1987,
C.I.A. officers testify at trial of marine. A2 ...A Colombian Senator was convicted of 21 cocaine-trafficking charges by a Federal jury in North ...

November 27, 1987, The New York Times, Stage: 'About Face,' Dario Fo Comedy, by Walter Goodman, ... is that Italian politicians, controlled by moguls like Mr. Agnelli and in cahoots with the C.I.A., make a fuss about terrorism ... Despite gestures at topicality, such as cracks about the Nicaraguan contras and President Reagan's

January 29, 1988, The New York Times, On My Mind; The Games We Play, by A.M. Rosenthal,
Dan Rather and CBS decide that when they get their crack at Vice ... are going to hit him hard on the Iran-contra issue and nothing else - not taxes, ... was a combat pilot and head of the C.I.A. become a miserable weakling?

April 8, 1988, New York Times, 3 Nicaragua Rebels Tell Senators Of Refueling Drug Planes for Cash, by Stephen Engelberg,
Mr. Morales and a pilot who worked for him told the committee that they had exchanged cocaine from the contras for guns with C.I.A. knowledge ...

May 16, 1988, New York Times, C.I.A. Is Criticized Over a Turncoat, by Stephen Engelberg,
''My dispute is with the C.I.A. and as a result with the F.B.I.,'' he ... previous occasional use of marijuana, cocaine, hashish, LSD and Quaaludes.

May 16, 1988 - The New York Times, page A14, C.I.A. faulted on a turncoat, Convinced that the contra army is collapsing, the Government has ... Trading dress blues for law books, Tougher penalties against crack, a drug that ...

June 21, 1988, The New York Times, page A16, Stockton journal: Crack gangs spread out in the West, A former C.I.A. officer was indicted by the Federal grand jury investigating the Iran -contra affair. Joseph Fernandez, the former station ...

August 21, 1988, New York Times, The Scourge of Choice, by Peter Kerr,
The Cocaine Wars, by Paul Eddy, Hugo Sabogal and Sara ... are referring to allegations about the C.I.A.made by two traffickers, ...Peter Kerr covers narcotics and illegal drugs for The New York Times.

September 18, 1988, The New York Times, The Nation; Lingering Questions on Iran-Contra May Arise in Court - Or May Not, by Stephen Engelberg, They noted, for example, that the C.I.A. simply ignored document requests ... Many in Washington assumed that with a crack staff of lawyers and ...

August 16, 1989, New York Times, Narcotics Agent Held in Boston On Drug Charge,
A Federal drug agent was arrested here Monday by fellow agents and charged with trafficking in cocaine.

October 14, 1989, New York Times, Charting Drug Trade From the Skies, by William J. Broad,
... half the world's coca leaves and is dotted with cocaine laboratories, ... The military and C.I.A satellites are said to be powerful enough to ...

October 15, 1989, New York Times, Choosing Sides In Nicaragua, by Andrew J. Glass,
The entry begins: ''Clarridge,'' a reference to the C.I.A. man, ... of Colombian birth who was subsequently imprisoned as a cocaine dealer.

January 4, 1990, New York Times, Noriega's Surrender: The Prosecution; U.S. to Start Noriega Case With Miami Indictment, by Neil A. Lewis,... cocaine shipments from the Medellin, Colombia, drug-trafficking ring ... a long association with the C.I.A. The files could turn up information ...

January 7, 1990, New York Times, He Parked His Conscience In the Hanger, by Charles Salzberg,
The Boom and Bust of the Air America Cocaine Ring. ... whose books include '' The C-5A Scandal,'' ''was created by the CIA in the 1960s as a ...

January 14, 1990, New York Times, The U.S. and Panama; Drug Arrest Disrupted C.I.A. Operation in Panama, by Stephen Engelberg, The Panamanian, Carlos Eleta Alamaran, is to go on trial next month in Macon, Ga., on charges of conspiracy to import cocaine and money .

January 14, 1990, New York Times, The U.S. and Panama; Peruvian Still Outraged By Invasion of Panama, by James Brooke ... through the C.I.A., as ''the Frankenstein of the State Department and of the ... Intended to promote a joint approach to cocaine trafficking, the ...

January 30, 1990, New York Times, Review/Television; How Noriega and the U.S. Kept on Using Each Other, by Walter Goodman, He escaped indictment, Mr. Bacon says, in deference to the C.I.A.: ... The two, according to this account, joined in smuggling cocaine from ...

March 1, 1990, New York Times, Turnover in Nicaragua; Costa Rica Is Asking U.S. to Extradite Rancher Tied to '84 Bombing That Killed 4, by Lindsey Gruson, The prosecutor also accused the C.I.A. of using the group to plant false ... on his ranch and that the arms were exchanged for a load of cocaine.

March 25, 1990, New York Times, The C.I.A. And the Drug War: A special report: C.I.A.Shedding Its Reluctance To Aid in Fight Against Drugs, by Jeff Gerth, George Bush, as President, Vice President and head of the C.I.A. ... and dismantle cocaine-smuggling groups in the Andes or in Mexico,

July 9, 1990, The New York Times, Op-Ed, In the Nation; Violence And Hypocrisy, by Tom Wicker, ... prisoner, owing to information provided to a brutal Government by the C.I.A. ... trained and financed the contras to achieve U.S. goals in Nicaragua. ... has been happening more often since crack cocaine came into wide use.

January 9, 1991, The New York Times, Editorial, A General Chooses Democracy in Haiti,

July 11, 1991, The New York Times, Opinion, At Last, the Stone Wall Cracks ... the cover-up of the Iran-contra scandal. Forbidden by Congress to operate a covert supply line to the rebels in Nicaragua, C.I.A. officials lied ...

August 22, 1991, The New York Times, Washington at Work; A Crusader Driven by Outrage, by Michael Wines,... a list, and Iran-contra records show that a Geneva concern, not B.C.C.I., ... who monitored the C.I.A.'s Afghan program in the 1980's, David Holliday, ... die from crack and heroin so we could have a victory in Central America.

August 29, 1991, New York Times, Opinion, Delve Deeper Into C.I.A.-Bank Connection; Anti-Arab Myths, Delve Deeper Into C.I.A.-Bank Connection; Anti-Arab Myths ... or any other financial institution as "Americans" have to do with crack-cocaine.

September 5, 1991, New York Times, More Than an Ex-Dictator's Future At Stake as Trial of Noriega Begins, by Larry Rohter, He is also accused of sheltering thecocaine bosses after a political ... He calls General Noriega "the C.I.A.'s man in Panama" and argues that ...

October 2, 1991, The New York Times, Ex-Aide Calls CIA Under Casey and Gates Corrupt and Slanted, by Paul F. Horvitz, ...The allegations were made by Melvin A. Goodman, a former CIA division ... His voice cracking with emotion, Mr. Goodman said he had a "sense of ... The memo was written a week after the Iran-contra scandal was disclosed.

October 7, 1991, The New York Times, Gates's Task: Restoring Confidence and Purpose, by Michael Wines, ...The C.I.A. was a more vital place only last May, when Mr. Gates was ... This month, new indictments in the criminal investigation of the Iran-contra affair are ... has been since the first cracks in Communism's facade appeared in ...

January 1, 1992, New York Times, Opinion, Remember the Noriega Trial, Anyone?,
In addition, the Iran-contra hearings aired serious allegations that the C.I.A.engaged in a drugs for guns policy, transporting cocaine into South ...

January 15, 1992, The New York Times, Dialogue: Should Congress Investigate the 'October Surprise? An Official Inquiry Might Crack the Case, by Gary Sick, ... Investigate the 'October Surprise'?; An Official Inquiry Might Crack the Case ... classified files in the State Department, C.I.A., F.B.I. and Customs Service. ... That, of course, happened six years later in the Iran-contra affair.

February 20, 1992, New York Times, Noriega Aide Describes Cooperation With C.I.A., by Larry Rohter, Guest of the C.I.A. Major Hernandez told the prosecution and defense ... for cocaine traffickers on orders from the deposed Panamanian leader, ...

March 3, 1992, New York Times, Witness at Trial of Noriega Tells of Visit by CIA Chief, by Larry Rohter, Donald H. Winters, who was the C.I.A.'s station chief in Panama from ... 10 counts of cocaine trafficking, racketeering and money laundering.

August 25, 1992 - The New York Times, page A14,, Contra Trial Continues, ... dropped an espionage inquiry involving the only C.I.A. officer ever to ... The jury in the Iran-contra trial of Clair ... said she killed her crack-addicted daughter after enduring years of thefts ...

September 13, 1992, New York Times, Science Fiction, by Gerald Jonas,
"Invaders" mixes cocaine-smoking aliens, time travel and an ... terrorists and humiliating the C.I.A., Davy becomes a comic-book superhero, and ..

October 13, 1993, New York Times, Supreme Court Roundup; Justices to Rule on Challenges by Career Criminals, by Linda Greenhouse, ... for his new Federal convictions on charges of cocaine and gun possession. ... He challenged a "blanket ban" by the C.I.A. on employing ...

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November 1, 1993, New York Times, Key Haiti Leaders Said to Have Been in the C.I.A.'s Pay,

November 5, 1993, Congressional Record, Selective Leaks of Classified Information On Haiti,

November 14, 1993, New York Times, C.I.A. Formed Haitian Unit Later Tied to Narcotics Trade, by Stephen Engelberg, Howard W. French and Tim Weiner and was written by Mr. Weiner.,

November 20, 1993, New York Times, Anti-Drug Unit of C.I.A. Sent Ton of Cocaine to U.S. in 1990, by Tim Weiner, But officials say the cocaine wound up being sold on the streets in the United States. One C.I.A. officer has resigned, a second has been ...

December 3, 1993, New York Times, The CIA Drug Connection Is as Old as the Agency, by Larry Collins,

March 14, 1994, New York Times, Ames Case Poses Task for C.I.A.: A Microscopic Search of Decades, by Tim Weiner,

April 22, 1994, New York Times, Colombian Drug Trafficker Implicates Haitian Police Chief, by Tim Weiner,

May 25, 1994, New York Times, Despite Embargo, Haiti's Rich Seem to Get Richer, by Howard W. French,

June 8, 1994, New York Times, U.S. Says Haiti's Military Runs Cocaine, by Howard W. French,

July 15, 1994, New York Times, page A1, U.S. Making Moves for Haiti Action, by Eric Schmitt,

July 26, 1994, New York Times, Editorial, Haiti Is Washington's Dirty Little Secret,

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October 27, 1994, New York Times, Suit by Drug Agent Says U.S. Subverted His Burmese Efforts, by Tim Weiner, The C.I.A. station chief tapped Mr. Horn's home telephone and gave a ... to the uncontrolled shipment of a ton of cocaine into the United States.

December 2, 1994, New York Times, Government Auctions Off The Spoils Of 2 Spies, by Tim Weiner,.. raised letters that read "I Love Cocaine" -- and gifts from foreign potentates ... referring to 10 C.I.A.agents who died after Mr. Ames's betrayals, ...

January 3, 1995, New York Times, Get a Pro With Bipartisan Support and Give the Director Time, by Larry Collins, Jim Woolsey was pushed out of his job as director of the CIA by the White .... with the CIA, cocaine traffic and Central America in the mid-1980s.

March 30, 1995, New York Times, Guatemalan Chief Tells Colonel to Sue, by Sam Dillow, The C.I.A. has not said whether Colonel Alpirez was an informant. ... At that time, transshipment of cocaine through Guatemala was surging, ...

April 10, 1995, New York Times, Secret Guatemalan Military Unit, Linked to CIA, Dies and Is Born Again, But the deep and tangled connections between the C.I.A. and its "assets" in ... An estimated 70 tons a year of Colombian cocaine flow through ...

April 25, 1995, New York Times, More Is Told About C.I.A. In Guatemala, by Tim Weiner,
The C.I.A.'s inspector general accused the station chief of suppressing ... a counternarcotics mix-up in which a ton of cocaine was accidently ...

July 11, 1995, New York Times,, Defying U.S. Threat, Bolivians Plant More Coca, by Calvin Sime Such sentiments underscore the political and economic obstacles in Bolivia to wiping out coca, the raw material for cocaine. The country ...

September 30, 1995, New York Times, Senators Seek Legal Inquiry On C.I.A. in Guatemala, by Tim Weiner, He said C.I.A. officers had also failed to tell the truth to their own ... cocaine trafficking, he said, "I don't think the C.I.A. has any business in

August 2, 1996, New York Times, Robert Vesco, the Fugitive Financier, Goes on Trial in Cuba on Fraud Charges, by Larry Rohter, In 1989, a Federal indictment in Jacksonville, Fla., accused Mr. Vesco of cooperating with Carlos Lehder Rivas, leader of the Medellin cocaine ...

September 21, 1996, New York Times, Inquiries Into Report That Contra Rebels Sold Cocaine in U.S., by Steven Lee Myers, Two Government agencies have opened investigations into a newspaper's reports that the contra rebels supported by the C.I.A. had sold drugs ...

October 5, 1996, The New York Times, For Philadelphia Blacks, Clinton Is 'the Lesser of Two Evils', by Don Terry, ... that the C.I.A. might have been involved in supplying crack in Los Angeles in the early 1980's to help pay for the United States-backed contra ...

October 21, 1996, New York Times, Though Evidence Is Thin, Tale of CIA and Drugs Has a Life of Its Own, by Tim Golden, Over the years that Beverly Carr has lived in South-Central Los Angeles, she has seen crack cocaine rage through her neighborhood like a ...

October 21, 1996, New York Times, Pivotal Figures of Newspaper Series May Be Only Bit Players, by Tim Golden, ... closed in on a busy Nicaraguan cocaine broker here 11 years ago, ... the C.I.A. Nor is there proof that the relatively small amounts of cocaine ...

October 24, 1996, Associated Press, New York Times, C.I.A. Official Sees No Evidence of Crack Role, In response to a recent series of newspaper articles on the crack cocaine trade, and the debate they have prompted, a Central Intelligence ...

October 25, 1996, New York Times, No Short List of Reasons to Doubt C.I.A., Piece on the C.I.A.'s mysterious "uncontrolled shipment" of a ton of cocaine from Venezuela to the United States. In addition, on Oct.

October 28, 1996, New York Times, Clinton as a Military Leader: Tough On-the-Job Training, by Tim Weiner, Working with overseas allies, the C.I.A. helped take apart the Cali cocaine cartel and helped catch the prime suspect in the World Trade Center ...

November 5, 1996, The New York Times, Editorial, The C.I.A. and Drugs, ... that the Central Intelligence Agency helped start the crack epidemic in ... that the C.I.A. organized or took part in drug dealing by the contras ...

November 7, 1996, AP - New York Times, Op-Ed, C.I.A. Finds No Evidence of a Relationship With Drug Dealers, Archived, A copy of the filing was made available today by the C.I.A.. ... been accused of operating a cocaine ring in California in the 1980's and funneling ...

November 17, 1996, New York Times, From D.C., With Love, by Maureen Dowd,
Mostly, John Deutch's attempts to defend the honor of the C.I.A. ... however, of an organized C.I.A. plot to finance the war with cocaine cash.

November 23, 1996, New York Times, Venezuelan General Indicted in C.I.A. Scheme, by Tim Weiner, Archived, The general was the chief of a program set up by the C.I.A. in the late ... to infiltrate Colombian gangs shipping cocaine to the United States.

November 27, 1996, AP - New York Times, No Knowledge of Drug Link, Ex-Guerrilla Leader Testifies, Asked whether he knew of any C.I.A involvement in drugs, Mr. Calero ... Canterero to sell cocaine in California to raise money for the contras.

December 12, 1996, AP - New York Times, Los Angeles Sheriff's Inquiry Finds No C.I.A. Link in Drug Dealing, Archived, Intelligence Agency was involved in cocaine dealing in Los Angeles or ... including the C.I.A., in the Los Angeles drug trafficking activities of...

December 31, 1996, The New York Times, Crazy for Conspiracies, by Tina Rosenberg, The C.I.A.-crack connection sounds plausible to many black people ... The C.I.A. has employed drug traffickers as agents, from lowly contras to ...

January 5, 1997, New York Times, Whew! That War's Over. Ready for Another?, by :Larry Rohter,
And when Howard Hunt, the former C.I.A. agent and Watergate figure ... attract marijuana growers and cocaine traffickers with money to burn.

March 8, 1997, New York Times, A Leader of Former Haitian Junta Is Charged With Smuggling Tons of Drugs to U.S, by Tim Weiner, Archived, ... smuggle 66000 pounds of Colombian cocaine and heroin into the United States. ... None of the C.I.A.-connected officers was indicted today.

May 12, 1997, Associated Press- The Spokesman-Review, Newspaper: Problems In Story Linking CIA, Crack ‘We Fell Short At Every Step’ Editor Writes In Letter To Readers, diigo,

May 13, 1997, New York Times, Expose on Crack Was Flawed, Paper Says, by Todd S Purdum,
Their goal, the series said, was to help finance the C.I.A.-backed ... on the rise of crack cocaine in urban America was marred by shortcomings, ...

May 13, 1997, New York Times, Excerpts From Letter by San Jose Editor, Archived, It also strongly suggested high-level C.I.A. knowledge of that ... with the contras sold large quantities of cocaine in inner-city Los Angeles in the ...

May 14, 1997, The New York Times, Editorial, The Mercury News Comes Clean, ... of articles suggesting that the C.I.A.abetted the crack epidemic in the ... was to help finance the C.I.A.-backed contra rebels then fighting the ...

May 15, 1997, New York Times, Accusations OfC.I.A. Ties To Drug Ring Are Renewed, by Steven A. Holmes, Accusations Of C.I.A. Ties To Drug Ring Are Renewed ... C.I.A.-backed Nicaraguan rebels, or contras, were selling cocaine in the United States ..

May 18, 1997, The New York Times, A Public Mea Culpa, by Todd S. Purdum, ... C.I.A. ties had introduced crack to black neighborhoods in Los Angeles in the 1980's as a means of raising millions of dollars for the contra ...

May 21, 1997, New York Times, Editorial, Contra-Cocaine Story Was Flawed From Start
Anyone who knew anything about the C.I.A. or the contras would have come to the conclusion early on that the story was preposterous.

June 3, 1997, The New York Times, Repercussions From Flawed News Articles, by Iver Peterson,
Yet the complaint, by the managing editor of The San Francisco Examiner, ... sought to link the Central Intelligence Agency to the sale of crack cocaine in ... member that Gary Webb, an investigative reporter for The San Jose Mercury ... a daunting challenge for politicians because the news media have wide ...

June 12, 1997, AP - New York Times, Reporter Is Pulled Off C.I.A. Cocaine Story, The investigative reporter for The San Jose Mercury News who linked the Central Intelligence Agency to crack cocaine sales in inner cities said ...

October 3, 1997, New York Times, Veteran C.I.A.Official Quits But Will Finish Investigations, by Tim Weiner, Mr. Hitz has been investigating charges of misconduct by the C.I.A.since ... cocaine smuggling by anti-Communist Nicaraguan guerrillas in the ..

December 19, 1997, New York Times, C.I.A. Says It Has Found No Link Between Itself and Crack Trade, by Tim Weiner. Those articles asserted that ''a cocaine-for-weapons trade ... street sales of crack cocaine and gave the money to the the C.I.A.-backed rebels

January 30, 1998, New York Times, CIA Report Concludes Agency Knew Nothing of Drug Dealers' Ties to Rebels, by Tim Weiner, The series of articles in The San Jose Mercury News suggested that the C.I.A. condoned the drug trafficking because the cocaine dealers ...

May 1, 1998, New York Times, Staff Says IRS Concealed Improper Audits and Rogue Agent, by David Cay Johnston,... large amount of cocaine and drug scales in his Government automobile. ... appointed William H. Webster, the former F.B.I. and C.I.A. Director, ...

June 27, 1998, New York Times, Bolivia's Crackdown on Coca Growers Becomes Increasingly Deadly, by Clifford Krauss, Such expressions of determination in the battle against cocaine ... And a Bolivian anti-terrorism unit, trained and financed by the C.I.A., began ...

July 17, 1998, New York Times, C.I.A. Says It Used Nicaraguan Rebels Accused of Drug Tie, by James Risen, The new report by the C.I.A.'s inspector general criticizes agency ... created a drug trafficking network that introduced crack cocaine into South ...

August 23, 199, New York Times, A Turncoat Now Turning On Americans In Caribbean, by Larry Rohter, More than one-third of the cocaine now consumed in the United States is ... He says that the C.I.A. trained him and later helped him flee the, Archived,

October 10, 1998, The New York Times, News Summary: C.I.A. Faulted on Contras. The C.I.A.... Some 102 people were indicted on charges of selling crack cocaine to midtown white-collar workers. B3.

October 10, 1998, New York Times, C.I.A. Reportedly Ignored Charges of Contra Drug Dealing in '80's, by James Risen, The series also alleged that this network was the first to introduce crack cocaine into South Central Los Angeles. The first volume of the C.I.A. ...

October 25, 1998, New York Times Letter, Drug Charges, Archived, To the Editor: The level of naivete evident in James Adams's review of ''Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion,''

December 20, 1998, New York Times, King of All Media, by Tim Goldstein,
Felsenthal's agent, Philippa Brophy, represents Gary Webb, whose controversial ' 'Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine ...

March 28, 1999, New York Times, U.N. to Create Own Satellite Program to Find Illegal Drug Crops, by Christopher S. Wren, The C.I.A.'s conclusions have opened it to charges of political bias from some ... of the raw ingredients used to manufacture heroin and cocaine.

August 7, 1999, Agence France-Presse - New York Times, Drug Scandal; Cuban Newspaper Blames the C.I.A,, Sotomayor tested positive for cocaine in Winnipeg, Manitoba,

October 8, 2000, New York Times, The World: Cold War Echoes; Our (and Their) Man in Peru, by Clifford Krauss, IN recent years President Clinton has apologized for the C.I.A.'s ... Tips were needed to locate the newest cocaine traffic route and to foil ...

February 17, 2001, New York Times, In Spy Hunt, Peru Wants U.S. to Make A Better Effort, by Cliffor Kkrauss . .. National Intelligence Service unit set up by the C.I.A. to combat drug ... when Peru was the leading producer of coca for cocaine trafficking.

March 2001, Washington Monthly, This Ain't Your Momma's CIA, by Nicholas Thompson,
Markovic was trying to invoke the ghosts of the swashbuckling, sinister CIA of the past ... Ronald Reagan loved subversion, and he empowered CIA director William Casey to ... But Reagan's more lasting legacy comes from his recognition that the ... to cook up

April 13, 2001, New York Times, Books of the Times; Viva Las Vegas? The Dark Side of Neon, by Michiko Kakutani, ... "Death of J. F. K." and "Crime and Cover-Up: The C.I.A., the Mafia and the ... which alleged that Bill Clinton used to attend cocaine parties and ...

April 28, 2001, New York Times, Op-Ed, Abroad at Home; A War Against Ourselves, by Anthony Lewis, Archived, A former pilot in the C.I.A. operation told The Washington Post, ''That's ... The effort to stop cocaine exports from Peru has cut the flow from there ...

May 22, 2001, New York Times, Officials Long Debated Risks of Anti-Drug Patrol in Peru, by James Risen and Christopher Marquis, Archived, For a decade, Mr. Montesinos was Peru's Mr. Fix-It, and C.I.A. officials ... Peru's role as the largest source of coca paste and cocaine base made ...

November 1, 2001, New York Times, The Vault - Below Ground Zero, Silver and Gold, by Jim Dwyer, Archived, .. bricks of cocaine, phony taxicabs and Central Intelligence Agency files. ... United States Customs Service also housed an office of the C.I.A.

November 25, 2001, New York Times, The World - A War on Terror Meets a War on Drugs, by Tim Golden, Within a year, C.I.A. figures show, estimated opium production ... Most of the world's supply of coca, the raw material for cocaine, comes from ...

March 1, 2002, New York Times, Colombia Says It Cut Coca Crop, by Christopher Marquis, ... Archived, administration policy makers and C.I.A. analysts. The annual estimates of production of coca -- the raw material for cocaine -- are important in ...

March 10, 2002, New York Times, Drug Kingpin, Long Sought, Is Captured By Mexicans, by Tim Weiner, Archived, ... the source of their cocaine, across Mexico and deep into the United States. ... While American agencies, including the F.B.I., the C.I.A. and the ...
July 25, 2002, New York Times, A 19-Year-Old FBI Videotape Keeps Pulling Sharpton Back to the Past, by Ralph Blumenthal, The existence of the other 1983 videotape showing Mr. Sharpton listening to the undercover agent offering cocaine and saying at one point ''I ...

January 21, 2004, New York Times, Former Peru Spy Chief Stands Trial for Colombia Weapons Deal, by Juan Forero, Archived, He had been a paid informant of the C.I.A. beginning in the 1970's, ... said, with the money coming from an $8 million cocaine deal they cut with ...

February 17, 2004, When Bipolar Masquerades as a Happy Face, by Richard A. Friedman, M.D. Archived, So can "recreational" drugs like cocaine and methamphetamine, which instantly flood the brain with another neurotransmitter that regulates mood, dopamine.

March 23, 2004, U.S. Announces Gains in Eradicating Andean Coca, by Christopher Marquis and Juan Forero, Archived, While the C.I.A. estimates reflect a new methodology this year ... the rebel group, which draws much of its funding from the cocaine trade. Pilots ...

April 15, 2004, New York Times, News Summary, Archived, Panel Cites C.I.A. Failure To Act on Credible Threats ... guilty to federal conspiracy charges, admitting that he stole cocaine and drug money. B3.

August 1, 2004, New York Times, The Way We Live: 8/1/04: On Language; Behind the Green Door, by William Safire, ...I put that question to the long-embattled head of the C.I.A. as he was leaving office. ... During the Iran-Contra investigation that year, an N.S.A. official ... That would have told the Germans that the Allies had cracked their code.

December 5, 2004, New York Times, 100 Notable Books of the Year, Archived, 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, Archived, ... 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 13, 2004, Reuters - New York Times, Gary Webb, 49, Journalist Who Wrote Disputed Articles, Is Dead, Archived, Gary Webb wrote a series for The San Jose Mercury News in 1996 linking the C.I.A. to the spread of crack cocaine in Los Angeles. The articles ...

April 12, 2005, New York Times, Hearing on the Nomination of John Negroponte,
It is in the cracks and the overlooked gaps where we are at risk, places .... And as you know, the legislation directs that the director of the CIA report to ... Were you advocating continuing of some kind of aid to the Contras after ...

April 26, 2005, New York Times, Afghan Arrested in New York Said to Be a Heroin Kingpin, by Julia Preston, ... in Asia," comparing him to the Colombian cocaine lord, who died in 1993.

April 9, 2006, New York Times, 'The Man on Whom Nothing Was Lost', by Molly Worthen,
Most of us were too young to remember the Iran-Contra affair, at the time .... Some are convinced that this must be a CIA practice (for rumors are ... of light spilled onto the carpet from the cracked door to Professor Hill's office.

September 10, 2006, New York Times, The New Season - Film- Los Angeles Noir and Other Looming, by Dave Kehr, Cocaine Cowboys How the cocaine trade turned Miami Beach into ..... rises through the ranks of the increasingly paranoid C.I.A. in the 1950's.

September 24, 2006, New York Times Book Review, Hip-Hop Cop by Will Beall, Riverhead Books, by Mark Kamine, So do the Mexican mafia, neo-Nazis, the C.I.A., a pair of swords and a ... got its name because cocaine hydrochloride, concentrated by heating,

December 5, 2006, New York Times, The Nomination Hearing for Robert M. Gates, Dr. Gates has served as deputy director of the CIA from '86 to '89, subsequently .... less than candid about the role that he played in the Iran-contra affair. ...... with the Syrians, so it's clearly -- they're clearly a tough nut to crack.

January 25, 2007, New York Times Book Review, America at Night by Larry J. Kolb, by Janet Maslin, The True Story of Two Rogue C.I.A.Operatives, Homeland Security ... lens company from prison while doing time on charges involving cocaine.

March 2, 2007, New York Times, Hunting a Killer as the Age of Aquarius Dies - Movies - Review, by Manohla Dargis, ... an alphabet soup of law enforcement agencies, including the C.I.A. and ... gun and knife violence, as well as alcohol abuse and cocaine use.

March 16, 2007, New York Times, McCain Apologizes for 'Tar-Baby' Moment, By Adam Nagourney, ...Ya Douglass, let's forget slavery, jim crow, lynchings, CIA-Contra promotion of crack in the inner cities. Let's also forget the epidemic of ...

March 25, 2007, New York Times Magazine, I. Lewis Libby Trial - The Washington Back Channel - Max Frankel, by Max Frankel, ...Libby mentioned the Wilsons while complaining to the C.I.A. that some of .... House smear campaign and thought Libby could help him crack the case. .... Libby, like the Iran-contra liars in the Reagan-Bush administration, will ...

April 23, 2007, AP - New York Times, Juanita Millender-McDonald, Who Represented California in House,... after a newspaper report said profits from domestic sales of crack-cocaine were funneled to the C.I.A.-backed contras in Nicaragua,

April 23, 2007, AP - New York Times, Juanita Millender-McDonald, 68 - Represented California in House, ... after a newspaper report said profits from domestic sales of crack-cocaine were funneled to the C.I.A.-backed contras in Nicaragua.

April 26, 2007, New York Times, Government Keeps a Secret After Studying Spy Agencies,

May 16, 2007, New York Times, Rosie O'Donnell's 9/11 Question, by Mike Nizza-General, Iran-Contra. William Casey, Robert ... Seal allegedly tied to CIA. Who cares? ... Crack epidemic; gangs; hip hop generation. Also in 1980, the ...

May 16, 2007, New York Times, Highlights from the Archives, by James Risen, While the Latin American nation remains the world's cocaine capital and is still ... And the C.I.A. and military turned a blind eye to drug-related ...

May 20, 2007, New York Times Sunday Book Review, Or No Conspiracy?, by Bryan Burrough,
Surely, you must be thinking, Bugliosi cracks the case. Here, finally, is concrete proof that Kennedy was killed by the C.I.A. or the Mafia or aliens from .... Well, after Watergate, Cambodia, Iran-contra, Monica's stained dress and ...

May 23, 2007, New York Times, The Saga of 'Toto' Constant, by Sewell Chan, (While on the C.I.A. payroll, Mr. Constant had organized a violent .... troops to install the king of cocaine smugglers – Jean-Bertrand Aristide – in ..

June 6, 2007, New York Times, Libby Given 30 Months for Lying in C.I.A. Leak Case

June 7, 2007, New York Times, NEWS ANALYSIS; When Pardons Turn Political,

June 13, 2007, New York Times, Spielberg Gives Clinton Top Billing, by David M. Halbfinger, Archived, When they asked Hillary if she read the CIA doc predicting this mess in ....Cocaine on a massive level, and using the profit to buy an election.

June 22, 2007, New York Times, C.I.A. to Release Documents on Decades-Old Misdeeds, Archived,

June 23, 2007, New York Times, C.I.A. Chief Tries Preaching a Culture of More Openness, by Mark Mazzetti, Archived,

June 26, 2007, New York Times, New Scrutiny as Immigrants Die in Custody, by Nina Bernstein, ... in 1984 and one in 2002 for trying to buy a small amount of cocaine. ... Castro Foe With C.I.A. Ties Puts U.S. in an Awkward Spot (October 8, ...

July 15, 2007, New York Times Sunday Book Review, Covert Ops, by Joe Queenan, ... the C.I.A., having murdered the democratically elected presidents of Chile ... of George W. Bush snorting cocaine and engaging in kinky sex.

October 27, 2007, New York Times, Bombing Iran Wouldn't Be Just That,
1980′s – Contras' US-backed terror campaign that took the lives of over ... 1985 – not yet finished, the CIA planted car bomb outside a mosque in ... Euro-trash fixers, who also kept the Security Council from cracking down.

November 25, 2007, New York Times Magazine, Where Boys Grow Up to Be Jihadis, by Andrea Elliott, He started snorting cocaine soon after he arrived in Spain, several of his ..... Marc Sageman, a psychiatrist and former C.I.A. case officer, holds ...

November 26, 2007, New York Times, Conventions Throw Doors Open to Bloggers, Look at Obama saying that he snort edcocaine and smoked pot. ... A blog-writer can suggest a human possibility that a CIA leak-er may have ...

December 16, 2007, New York Times, Charlie Wilson's War - Movies, by Richard L. Berke, Archived, Then there's a rogue C.I.A. operative. .... specter of the earnest Tom Hanks of “ Apollo 13” and “Forrest Gump” snorting cocaine could be hard to ...

January 23, 2008, New York Times, The C.I.A. and the Culture War, by Barry Gewen, Archived, So far as I know, I have never taken money from the C.I.A. (though I have ..... running cocaine trafficking operations into the US to finance ops, ...

January 23, 2008, New York Times, A $200-a-Gram Tax on Cocaine, by Sewell Chan,... on marijuana and a $200-a-gram tax on other illegal drugs like cocaine. ... that though considering the CIA is also profiting off the drug war.

February 9, 2008, New York Times, Clinton, Obama Court Maine Voters, by Katharine Q. Seelye, Archived, CIA had intel on Bin Laden Clinton did not order the hit. ... all over this land I'd hammer out cocaine I''d hammer out votes where I voted present ...

March 7, 2008, New York Times, Paul Admits 'Conventional' Defeat, by Sarah Wheaton,... and then used that money to buy cocaine from Nicaraguan rebels so ... buy weapons and with CIA support try to overthrow a democratically ...

March 18, 2008, New York Times, Clinton on Obama's Speech: I Haven't Heard It, by Patrick Healy -Politics. intelligence and the unmasking of Mrs. Wilson as a covert C.I.A. officer. ..... out to destroy blacks by inventing AIDS and crack cocaine!

March 29, 2008, New York Times, Opinion, Your Comments on my Anti-Intellectualism Column, by Nicholas D. Kristof, The CIA-Cocaine “conspiracy” arises as an effort to explain the ... in the 1970s and 1980s including the Iran-Contra fiasco, but probably also including .... Certainly blaming the government for crack cocaine seems like a crack ...

May 3, 2008, New York Times, Sunday's Breakfast Menu, May 4, by Sarah Wheaton,
College educated black folk know that Aids wasn't a government plot or that crack was not a CIA plot to aid the Contras and wipe out blacks,

May 12, 2008, New York Times, Adam Liptak -- Talk to the Newsroom -- The New York Times,... Valerie Wilson, an undercover C.I.A.operative; the trial of Lee Malvo, ..... the gap between penalties for selling crack and powdered cocaine.

May 30, 2008, New York Times, McClellan Responds to White House Criticism, by John Holusha. ... the exposure of the wife of Joseph C. Wilson IV, Valerie, as a C.I.A. ... campaign rumors” about accusations of cocaine usage by saying he ...

June 6, 2008, New York Times, Bush in the Background,... Obama himself admitted that he turned to marijuana and cocaine to .... in the armed forces and the CIA, McSame has aligned himself with a ...

June 8, 2008, The New York Times, Afghan Heroin Suspect Was U.S. Asset, He Says, by Alan Feuer,... the Colombian cocaine king — but that the agents who offered him ... to the Afghan resistance by the C.I.A. In 1996, the government says, Mr.

June 23, 2008, The New York Times, Los Teques Journal - Amid Despair in a Venezuelan Prison, Strains of Hope From a Music Program, by Simon Romero, Torrealba was caught in April taking cocaine on a flight to Orlando, ... Foe With C.I.A. Ties Puts U.S. in an Awkward Spot (October 8, 2006) ...

August 1, 2008, New York Times, The Political Revival of George Herbert Walker Bush, Ex-CIA spook, Nixon flunky, engineered the treasonous October ... via Iran Contra, flooded the

August 16, 2008, The New York Times, Obama Raises $51 Million in July, by Sarah Wheaton,
... mass civil movement demanding that our government(MLK) or CIA(JFK. ... Cocaine use, does, however, bar you from employment with some

October 7, 2008, The New York Times, The Early Word: Getting Personal, by Michael Falcone,
May I suggest that you read Tim Weiner's "Legacy of Ashes – A History of the CIA" for further insight. 3. I realize that .... Cocaine use 1 trillion ...

October 26, 2008, The New York Times, Sunday Book Review, Reading List - The Coming Anti-Bush-Book Bust, by Alex and Christopher Beam, Inside the Lies that Led to War and Betrayed My Wife's CIA Identity: A ... Bush telling a friend he doesn't remember if he did cocaine or not.

November 12, 2008, The New York Times, Quad Q&A: The Rivalry Between Woody and Bo, by Connor Ennis, In 1968 and 1969, Ann Arbor saw the bombing local C.I.A. office, ... Did he have any idea one of his quarterbacks was doing cocaine in the ...

November 28, 2008, The New York Times, In the Magazine: The Thrill of Cognition, by Virginia Heffernan, ...I gather there was a whole exciting social scene before cocaine hit the academic ... Apophenia hovered like the CIA over a busy phone tap.

December 9, 2008, The New York Times, The Early Word: Obama Faces Liberal Angst, by Michael Falcone, ... especially the high risk money managers, tend to turn to cocaine. .... She ought to read the history books and see that the CIA sent Kermit ...

December 19, 2008, The New York Times, The Early Word: Full Cabinet, by Michael Falcone,
...what is the u.s going to purchase from colombia. more cocaine? ... why not give Cheney the CIA post and Karl Rove the position of the Director ...

March 2, 2009, New York Times, Opinion, A Truth Commission for the Bush Era?,
Patrick Fitzgerald was appointed to investigate the outing of C.I.A. agent Valerie Plame, and Lawrence Walsh was appointed to investigate the Iran-contra ... at our disposal numerous technology advances to crack down crime.

March 10, 2009, The New York Times, Uptown Drug Ring Is Disrupted, Officials Say, by Al Baker,
Various members sold marijuana, fake ecstasy, cocaine and crack .... this is hat happens they are just as bad deacia import drugs to keep ...

April 26, 2009, The New York Times, Inside The Times - April 26, 2009 - Summary,

July 14, 2009, The New York Times, Excerpt - 'In the Graveyard of Empires,', by Seth G. Jones,
In 2001, U.S. Special Operations and CIA forces, along with Afghan .... of poppy, much like the way that cocaine profits fueled the rise of the ...

September 21, 2009, The New York Times, Investment in a City of Struggles, by David Carr,
When Leon Panetta, the director of the C.I.A., showed up in Dearborn ... corner — if they can find it — and $10 for a rock of cocaine on the other.

October 28, 2009, The New York Times, Ask John Burns: Karzai's Brother and the C.I.A., by John F. Burns, ....Parachuting CIA Ops into Afghanistan with duffel bags filled with .... River to interdict a significant number of trucks carrying processed cocaine?

October 29, 2009, The New York Times, Podcast: Honoring the Fallen and C.I.A.Cash Payments, by David D. Kirkpatrick, Should the C.I.A. keep paying a retainer to Afghan leader Hamid Karzai's younger brother, despite his reputation as a ... And the cocaine trade.

January 18, 2010, The New York Times, United States Attorney Plans Drug-Terrorism Unit, by William K. Rashbaum,... in some cases, “you don't necessarily need just the N.S.A. or the C.I.A.; ... to move hundreds of tons of cocaine from South America to Europe ...

February 4, 2010, The New York Times, Americans Spark the Gunfire in the City of Light; Movie Review | 'From Paris With Love', by Stephen Holden, The turning point comes with the smashing of a cocaine-filled vase that ... A low- level operative for the C.I.A., Reese has cloak-and-dagger ...

February 11, 2010, The New York Times, Charlie Wilson, Texas Congressman Linked to Foreign Intrigue, Dies, by Douglas Martin, He was investigated for cocaine use, and election-expenditure irregularities resulted in a $90,000 fine. In an interview with Washingtonian ...

March 17, 2010, The New York Times, Arthur H. Christy, Special Prosecutor, Is Dead at 86, by Douglas Martin, ... had used cocaine at Studio 54, the Manhattan disco, died on March 12 ... as in the C.I.A. leak case involving Valerie Plame when George W....

April 30, 2010, The New York Times, Inside the Documentary 'Feathered Cocaine', by Mekado Murphy, ...Tribeca Film Festival Alan Parrot in “Feathered Cocaine” ... before surprisingly veering into a discussion of Osama bin Laden and the C.I.A..

May 30, 2010, The New York Times, Dennis Hopper, 74, Hollywood Rebel, Dies, by Edward Wyatt, ... if not Mr. Hopper, to cocaine, and the film's success accelerated a period ... the smaller role of a C.I.A. officer, in which he was originally cast

June 6, 2010, The New York Times, His Heart Is in the Art of Sleuthing; F.B.I. Art Sleuth, Now Author of 'Priceless', by Randy Kennedy, Of course pursuing art thieves also had its perks at a place where a big cocaine bust could start to feel like just another big cocaine bust.

June 7, 2010, Reuters - New York Times, Ex-CIA Agent Pleads Guilty to Sexual Abuse, The C.I.A. fired him last year before he was charged. Mr. Warren also admitted that on April 26 he used cocaine while possessing a ...

June 16, 2010, New York Times, Interior's New Oil Industry Watchdog Has Little Energy Experience, by Mike Soraghan, Bromwich helped prosecute Oliver North in the Iran-Contra .... spy case; and the Justice Department's role in the CIA crack cocaine controversy.

August 25, 2010, The New York Times, Navy Drone Violated Washington Airspace, by Elisabeth Bumiller,... law enforcement officials, who moved in and seized 60 kilos of cocaine. ... Wants American Drone Strikes in Hands of Military, Not C.I.A.(May ...

September 12, 2010, The New York Times, Best Sellers - Fiction - Sunday, September 12th 2010 - List. ($26.95 Putnam) A former C.I.A.operative is unleashed on the cocaine industry. 10, 7, 2, THREE STATIONS, by Martin Cruz Smith. ($25.99 ...

October 24, 2010, The New York Times, Drug Testing Poses Quandary for Employers, by Katie Zezima, ... Health Services Administration recently added a sixth drug, ecstasy, to the panel of five — marijuana; cocaine; amphetamines; phencyclidine, ...

December 25, 2010, The New York Times, Cables Portray Expanded Reach of Drug Agency, by Ginger Thompson and Scott Shane, In Sierra Leone, a major cocaine-trafficking prosecution was almost upended by the attorney general's attempt to solicit $2.5 million in bribes.

July 3, 2011, The New York Times, Best Sellers - Paperback Mass-Market Fiction - Sunday, July 3rd 2011, ...The president, declaring an all-out war on the international cocaine industry, unleashes the former C.I.A. operative Paul Devereaux.

September 16, 2011, The New York Times, Reasons To Stay In the Dark; September Release Schedule, by Dave Kehr, ...THE DOUBLE A veteran C.I.A.operative (Richard Gere) teams up with a ... in a documentary directed by Billy Corben (“Cocaine Cowboys”).

October 13, 2011, The New York Times, What's On Today - Schedule, by Kathryn Shattuck,
Erica Durance (''Smallville'') guest stars as a C.I.A. operative and the ... carries out undercover missions and seizes shipments of cocaine, ...

December 13, 2011, The New York Times, Beirut Bank Seen as a Hub of Hezbollah's Financing, by Jo Becker, ... down: The C.I.A., initially skeptical of a Hezbollah link, now wanted in on ... The caller had arranged for cocaine proceeds to be picked up at a ...

December 16, 2011, The New York Times Magazine, 'Clues That Lead to More Clues That Add Up to Nothing', by Heather Havrilesky, ... or a dose of cocaine — but what if the reward of this particular maze is .... mentally unstable C.I.A. agent, and Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis), ...

December 22, 2011, The New York Times, The Lives They Lived, This year seemed to have more than its fair share of iconic deaths, but this is not a greatest-hits issue. Instead, we gravitated to those with an ...

January 22, 2012, The New York Times, Ed Sanders on EVO and 'The New Vision' - The Local East Village, by Ed Sanders, ... Fred, Vinnie, Lita Eliscu, the Cocaine Twins, Robert Crumb, and a cast of ... The CIA smut sleuth then suggested a strategy for silencing the ...

May 5, 2012, The New York Times, A U.S. Drug War Inside Honduras, Waged Iraq-Style; U.S. Turns Its Focus on Drug Smuggling in Honduras, by Thom Shanker, ... against narcotics barons who use the country as a cocaine transit hub. ... has sprung from an abandoned airstrip used by the C.I.A. during the ...

June 15, 2012, The New York Times Magazine, 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, The 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, The 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, ...

July 31, 2012, The New York Times, Answers to Reader Questions on Drug Policy in Latin America, by Damien Cave -General, Marijuana is still kept separate from hard drugs like cocaine and heroin, ... annual expenditures are around $14 million, according to the C.I.A. ...

September 2, 2012, The New York Times, Rev. Sun Myung Moon, 92, Unification Church Founder, Dies at 92, by Daniel J. Wakin, ... who at one time was Mr. Moon's heir apparent, broke from the family and wrote a book characterizing her husband as a womanizing cocaine ...

September 7, 2012, The New York Times, Breakout Actors of the New Television Season, by Tom Gilbert and Megan Angelo, ... had a passing penchant for cocaine; here battling addiction takes center stage. Besides ... “It feels like I work for the C.I.A.” MEGAN ANGELO ...

September 7, 2012, The New York Times, US Suspends Its Antidrug 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

September 17, 2012, The New York Times, Report Urges Update of Military Substance Abuse Strategies; Report Faults Military's Strategies on Drug and Alcohol Abuse, by James Dao,... among civilians, and is perhaps more common than the use of illegal drugs like cocaine or marijuana. Yet the military's drug-testing regimen...

September 22, 2012, The New York Times,Unlikely Joint Effort by U.S. and Venezuela Leads to a Drug Lord’s Arrest, by William Neuman and Jenny Carolina Gonzalez, ....The C.I.A., the Drug Enforcement Administration and the British ... 2010, Mr. Barrera was accused of producing up to 400 tons of cocaine a year.

October 16, 2012, The New York Times, Scotland's Mexican Drug Connection, by Malcolm Beith,
Well, you'll be wanting some cocaine then,” my new Scottish friend joked. “We've got loads of it here in the Highlands … Become a bit of a ...

November 1, 2012, The New York Times, Leader Ousted, Nation Is Now A Drug Haven; Guinea-Bissau, After Coup, Is Drug-Trafficking Haven, by Adam Nossiter, ...Europe, already the destination for about 50 tons of cocaine annually from West Africa, United Nations officials say, could be in for a far greater ...

March 6, 2013, The New York Times, A New Global Drug Problem, by Scott Johnson, ... cocaine and heroin and toward legal, pharmaceutically produced ... memoir “ The Wolf and the Watchman” about life with his CIA father, to be ...

April 15, 2013, The New York Times, US Sting That Snared African Ex-Admiral Shines Light on Drug Trade, by Adam Nossiter, In the federal court documents, officials are depicted as demanding a cut of the imported cocaine — 13 percent; signing off on fake shipments of ...

April 18, 2013, The New York Times, ‘I have Pretended To Be A Gentleman For So Long’; John le CarrĂ© Has Not Mellowed With Age, by Dwight Garner,... the kind of place where Harrison Ford, portraying a retired and good-souled C.I.A. officer, might contentedly ... “Have you ever done cocaine?

July 1, 2013, The New York Times, Emilio Colombo, Former Italian Premier, Dies at 93, by Douglas Martin, But in his 2007 book, “Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA,” Tim ... Mr. Colombo disclosed that he had used cocaine three or four times a

September 5, 2013, New York Times, Secret Documents Reveal N.S.A. Campaign Against Encryption, ... industry relationships, clandestine changes to commercial software to weaken encryption, and lobbying for encryption standards it can crack.

November 2, 2013, The New York Times,No Morsel Too Minuscule for All-Consuming N.S.A., by Scott Shane, The C.I.A. dispatches undercover officers overseas to gather ..... struggling to keep his cocaine and marijuana smuggling business going after

November 27, 2013, The New York Times, Cold War Tensions Reheated, by Andy Webster, Now, Ryan (Mr. Ford, again directed by Mr. Noyce) has been promoted to deputy director of the C.I.A., to confront a Colombian cocaine kingpin ...

December 21, 2013, The New York Times, Video: For Seamus, ... “After Midnight,” “Cocaine” and “Call Me the Breeze” became hits for ... Then, in 1948, he joined the C.I.A., where, he claimed, he founded the ...

December 21, 2013, The New York Times, A Less Saintly Nelson Mandela, ... songs “After Midnight,” “Cocaine” and “Call Me the Breeze” became hits ... Then, in 1948, he joined the C.I.A., where, he claimed, he founded ...

January 27, 2014, The New York Times, Pennsylvania Deaths of 22 Linked to Batch of Heroin, by Emma G. Fitzsimmons, When it is mixed with heroin or cocaine, it amplifies their strength and can cause respiratory problems, nausea and sedation. A version of this ...

February 3, 2014, The New York Times, India: Drugs Seized, Police Say; Heroin Scheme to Support Terrorism Is Foiled, Police in India Say, by Ellen Barry, .. said they arrested four members of the same syndicate late last year, confiscating 103 pounds of heroin and four pounds of crack cocaine.

February 6, 2014, The New York Times, Student Contest | Write an Editorial on an Issue That Matters to You, by Michael Gonchar and Katherine Schulten, R. James Woolsey, a former director of the CIA, writes in his Wall Street ..... to that observed in a cocaine addict receiving an infusion of cocaine.

June 13, 2014, The New York Times Magazine, Can General Linder's Special Operations Forces Stop the Next Front, by Eliza Griswold, "Thirteen percent of the European cocaine trade flows through Africa,” Linder read. “That's about $4.2 billion a year.” A gentleman farmer from ...

July 6, 2014, The New York Times, European Students' Use of 'Smart Drugs' Is Said to Rise, by Dimitri Petrounin, ... percent; sedatives (2.7 percent); beta blockers (1.2 percent); cannabis (2.5 percent); amphetamines (0.4 percent), and cocaine (0.2 percent).

August 7, 2014, The New York Times, Freedom Rocks; Has the 'Libertarian Moment' Finally Arrived?, by Robert Draper, .. while ultimately failing to thwart the confirmation of the C.I.A. director .... but they become more subdued when the subject turns to cocaine ...

August 26, 2014, The New York Times, The Welsh Strive to Keep Their Language, by Katrin Bennhold, Poland Appeals European Court of Human Rights Ruling on C.I.A. .... as slang for cocaine (inspired by the American slang word “charlie”).

September 4, 2014, The New York Times, Fall Arts Preview - Film, You've heard the rumors: The crack-cocaine epidemic was ... the Contras and the C.I.A. With Ray Liotta, Oliver Platt and Andy Garcia. Based on ...

October 1, 2014, The New York Times, Books, Marlon James's New Novel, 'A Brief History of Seven Killings, by Larry Rohter, From there, things get only worse: Crack cocaine appears and the gangs ... on real-life people, including Cuban exiles and their C.I.A. handlers, ...

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

October 9, 2014, New York Times, 'Kill the Messenger,' a Film About the Reporter Gary Webb, by Manohla Dargis, Jeremy Renner as Gary Webb, whose reporting that linked the C.I.A., the contras and the spread of crack came under attack. Credit Chuck ...Print Headline: "A Reporter in the Crosshairs"

October 23, 2014, The New York Times, The Harder They Come; 'A Brief History of Seven Killings,' by Marlon James, by Zachary Lazar, 4 days ago ... At the same time, outside forces including the C.I.A., anti-Castro Cubans and ... is a gangster whose export business is not reggae but cocaine.