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James Eagan Holmes Grandfather Was in the CIA

James Eagan Holmes Grandfather Was in the CIA

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James Eagan Holmes Grandfather Lt. Col. Robert M. Holmes was in the CIA.
James Eagan Holmes Grandfather Lt. Col. Robert M. Holmes was in the CIA.

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Published by: AJ Weberman on Jul 27, 2012
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By A. J. Weberman
James Eagan Holmes is simply evil. There is no history of mentalillness in James Eagan Holmes family. In fact exactly the opposite is true: Acareful reading of the obituary of James Eagan Holmes grandfather indicates was a member of the CIA since it was formed in 1948.Lt. Col. Robert M. Holmes, who served in the Okinawacampaign during World War II, retired in 1963 as the lastcommander of the Nike missile group in San Francisco Bay. Hewas one of the first Turkish language students at the ArmyLanguage School, now the Defense Language Institute,graduating in 1948, a school spokesman confirmed Friday. After his military retirement, Holmes taught math and science atYork School for 17 years. He died in 1990. His wife, Mary JaneCrawford Holmes, attended Stanford University and worked atthe Monterey City Library, Fort Ord Library and Pacific GroveHigh School before finishing her career as librarian and collegecounselor at York School. She died in 2010. A 1945 graduate of Pacific Grove High School, she was also a member of numerous historical societies, including the Order of the Crownof Charlemagne, Descendants of the Ancient and Honorable
 Artillery Company of Boston and the Monterey Bay Colony of Mayflower Descendants, of which she served as governor.
When the just-born CIA needed improvised weaponry it went the
 Army. In May 1949 Fort Detrick‟s Special Operations Division opened for 
business with scientists that studied biowarfare assassination andincapacitation customizing germs for use in the Cold War. When the CIAneeded men with language proficiency it went to the Army LanguageSchool which it eventually co-opted and turned it into the DefenseLanguage Institute. The Center for the Advancement of Language Learning  (CALL) in Arlington, Virginia, exists to foster cooperation and coordinationamong the various spook linguistic entities in the federal government. Fromthe Defense Language Institutes archives:
“CALL‟s member agencies are
the Defense Language Institute (DLIFLC) the Foreign Service Institute
(FSI), the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) the FBI, the CIA and NSA.”
Itshould be noted that at this Institute not only language is taught. Customs,religion, economics are taught by CIA personnel familiar with the area. TheInstitute is tied in with other intelligence programs:SEC. 308. COOPERATIVE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THENATIONAL SECURITY EDUCATION PROGRAM (NSEP) ANDTHE FOREIGN LANGUAGE CENTER OF THEDEFENSELANGUAGE INSTITUTE. NSEP award recipients bring unique and highly needed skills:academic excellence coupled with international exposure,varied experience and strong language capability... suchhallmarks are valuable for ONI and the greater IntelligenceCommunity.
Office of Naval Intelligence
  Also seehttp://www.eric.ed.gov/PDFS/ED055491.pdf .Below is a list of records in the National Archives regarding the Defense LanguageInstitute:
 This is from WIKI regarding the Defense Language Institute: A new headquarters, the Defense Language Institute (DLI), wasestablished in Washington, D.C., and the former ArmyLanguage School commandant, Colonel James L. Collins, Jr.,
became the Institute‟s first director. The Army Language School
became the Defense Language Institute West Coast Branch,and the foreign language department at the Naval IntelligenceSchool became the Defense Language Institute East CoastBranch. The contract programs were gradually phased out. TheDefense Language Institute also took over the EnglishLanguage School at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas,which became the Defense Language Institute English LanguageCenter (DLIELC).
The Defense Language Institute Hall 
of fame includes:Lieutenant Colonel Rick Francona is an author, commentator and media military analyst. He is a retired United States Air Force intelligence officer  with extensive operational experience in the Middle East,including tours of duty with the National Security Agency,the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency.  Former Department of Defense Secretary and former  WhiteHouse Chief of Staff  and Congressman Leon Panetta,became Director of the Central Intelligence Agency on February 19,2009: championed language education in the military.

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You are not absolutely certain "he was CIA", then? "...another reason I think.."
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You are so off the mark it's embarrassing. Please keep your delusional diatribe to yourself. Things are nothing as they seem, and because you are so quick to slurp up the puke the MSM feeds you, you will forever be it's victim. Seriously, get a freaking clue.
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