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William Tyree and the CIA (case similar to MacDonald's)

William Tyree and the CIA (case similar to MacDonald's)

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-Caveat Lector-from:http://www.copvcia.com/nsl598.htm FROM THE WILDERNESSA monthly newsletter for those committed to the fight against CIA drugdealing"In a ham and eggs breakfast the chicken is involved and the pig iscommitted."© COPYRIGHT 1998, 1999, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. MICHAEL C. RUPPERTVOL. I, NO. 3-------------------- May, 17, 1998 --------------------ULYSSES S. GRANT AND THE C.I.A.In 1863, a full three years after the start of the Civil War, AbrahamLincoln was a very frustrated President. In those three years the500,000 man Army of the Potomac had not engaged and followed through amajor battle. Gettysburg was nowhere near the Union victory it couldhave been. Under the indecisive and self serving leadership of GeneralsMeade and McLellan the Army had maneuvered and lost a few minor battlesto aggressive Confederate leaders like Stonewall Jackson. Lincoln evensaid out loud that all Meade and McLellan could do was accumulatethings: men, horses, cannon, uniforms, food and power. Meanwhile, wayout west, in Mississippi a drunken, disheveled reprobate named Grantwas refusing to follow orders to sit and wait. While Meade and McLellanpos tured to increase their influence and prestige, Grant was outkicking butt. While Meade and McLellan feared making a mistake thatmight hurt their careers, Grant was taking risks.I had no idea when I started this newsletter and put up my web page howmany people would try to tell me whom and whom not to trust. I had noidea that some might accuse me of trying to profit and live a good lifefrom this horrible scandal. For the record, in the twenty years since Iwas forced out of LAPD, I have earned less than seventeen thousanddollars from this while having spent more than thirty. I live in aone-room studio apartment and drive an eleven-year-old car. The moneyfor this newsletter and the web page came from my mother's trust fund.Thanks Mom. Celerino Castillo, one of the DEA witnesses to CIA drugdealing, who CIA wants badly to silence, lives in a house trailer andhas trouble paying his phone bill. If others who are fighting are doingbetter then that's wonderful and it should be so. But I think I canspeak for Cele, DEA veteran Mike Levine, Gary Webb and a few othersdedicated to exposing CIA's role in the drug trade that none of uswould put our personal welfare ahead of victory. And none of us wouldever waste a moment to undercut a fighter who was in the trenches withus.In a moment you will read about former Special Forces troop Bill Tyreewho is the nail in CIA's coffin. I am in possession of documents aboutTyree and the CIA Watchtower missions, which are the hammer to drivethat nail. As Bill Tyree fights for his life and puts the evidencenecessary to hang CIA on a platter for us, he has been food poisoned
 
three times and, as a possible pardon or a new trial for him becomes apossibility, his life is increasingly in danger. Stack that up againstanyone trying to make a buck out of this and see which side you fall on.If I ever consider my welfare before the outcome of this struggle or ifI ever speak ill of someone who is really fighting this fight then Iinvite all of you to kick my butt. In the meantime, remember that thebible offers a good rule by which to judge those who claim to be on ourside, "By their fruits ye shall know them." Are so-called expertsgathering information and doing nothing with it? Are they pointing onlyto themselves as leaders? Are they telling you to wait? Are theyspeaking against those who have risked their lives and fortunes? Logicwill tell you whom to trust.When Lincoln promoted Grant over about fifteen senior Generals to takecharge of all Union forces, respectable Washington demanded anexplanation. Lincoln gave them one. "He fights." - Mike Ruppert-----------------------------------------------------------------------MASSACHUSETTS COURT CASE HINTS AT MAJOR BREAK IN CIA DRUG STORYSIX ATTORNEYS REPRESENT AG AND LOCAL DA AFTER COMPLAINTS FILED BYFORMER GREEN BERET -- SPECIAL PROSECUTOR POSSIBLEDOCUMENTS ESTABLISH CIA INVOLVEMENT IN U.S. DRUGS, MURDER, EXTORTION -O.A.S. MAY REVIEW CASEA total of six attorneys showed up in a Massachusetts court room onApril 29 to represent Massachusetts Attorney General Scott Harshbargerand Middlesex County DA Tom Riley against civil and criminal complaintsfiled by a former Green Beret who is serving a life sentence for themurder of his own wife. The complaints charge both men with receivingstolen property and with failing to comply with a ten year old order toreturn personal property taken from William Tyree when police searchedhis residence after the murder of Elaine Tyree in 1979. Both Tyree andhis attorney, Ray Kohlman, an associate of James Earl Ray attorneyWilliam Pepper, claim that the property, if returned, would proveTyree's innocence. In the hearing, held outside of Middlesex Countywhere the murder and seizure occurred, the judge dismissed Tyree'scomplaints on grounds of venue. But he did not challenge or dispute aten year old jury verdict finding that Tyree's personal property hadbeen illegally seized or a previous order to return that property toTyree. The complaints are still unresolved. Two police officers havepaid Tyree damages and acknowledged guilt after a 1987 jury trialseeking return of the evidence."What the decision amounts to," said Kohlman, "is that no court inMassachusetts wants to hear the case. It's still open. And if we can'tfind a court to hear the case then the door is wide open for theappointment of a Special Prosecutor who would be appointed by theGovernor since the AG is a defendant." The Middlesex County court didnot want to hear the case for that reason.Harshbarger, a republican protégé of William Weld, wants to succeed
 
Republican Paul Celluci who was appointed to the post when William Weldresigned to campaign for the post of Ambassador to Mexico. Middlesex DARiley is a leading candidate to replace Harshbarger as Attorney General.Elections are in November.After the court hearing, attorneys representing both Harshbarger andRiley approached Kohlman and hinted that within a month they might beoffering Tyree a pardon to avoid any embarrassment. "But the problemwith a pardon," said Kohlman, "is that it still leaves Tyree aconvicted murderer and raises other complications about his ability tosee his daughter." "They might," he continued, "try to attach stringsto ensure Tyree's silence."Neither Harshbarger's or Riley's offices have responded to calls askingfor comment.At the heart of all of this is the CIA related documentation connectedto the case and Tyree's total innocence. In the mid 1970s, whileserving in Panama, Tyree and other Green Berets were lead into Columbiaunder the command of Green Beret Colonels Cutolo and Baker to plantradio beacons so that plane loads of cocaine could fly below Colombianand U.S. radar and land undetected in Panama. Orders for those missionscame from the CIA's Ed Wilson and Tom Clines. Tyree had been a part ofmany secret missions and was losing his taste for it. His wife waskeeping a diary.Five Special Forces Colonels (Cutolo, Baker, Malvesti, Rowe and Bayard)have died under mysterious circumstances since. The heart of the Tyreedocumentation consists of an affidavit allegedly written by Col. EdCutolo who was also Tyree's commanding officer at Fort Devens, Mass. atthe time of Tyree's arrest. Both were then with the 10th Special Forces.That fifteen-page document gives precise details of CIA drug operationsusing Special Forces personnel. It also describes how Tyree was framedfor the murder of his wife and how Special Forces personnel were usedto intimidate and conduct illegal electronic and physical surveillanceof anyone who might expose CIA's drug dealing. A letter acknowledgingblackmail of the Middlesex DA John Droney, who was gay, is part of thedocuments.I determined in 1994 that the Cutolo did not write the affidavit itself.Yet it was hauntingly accurate in many details already known to me.Close work with Tyree and a retired Army CID investigator resulted inthe receipt of dozens of documents, including affidavits from stillliving people who were directly involved with the case and who not onlyconfirmed Tyree's innocence but the details of Watchtower as well. Nowmore than 400 pages total, the combined set of documents includesheavily redacted releases from the Army and a written admission fromCIA that it not only has Watchtower documents but is reviewing them.In 1995 I also made contact with unnamed sources at the NationalSecurity Agency who confirmed key elements of Cutolo's affidavit andled me to believe that a doomsday file, which he secreted there beforehis murder, was the source of the affidavit. It was written by Cutolo'scolleagues, after his murder, as a result of his murder. It remains, tothis day, the single most frightening document I have ever read.Adding further weight is the fact that the daughter of Cutolo, a

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