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("Quid coniuratio est?")
RON BROWN: ENTREPRENEUR
I say "entrepreneur" above, harking back to Debra von Trapp's statement in her letter to Kenneth Starr (See CN 7.10):
Robert Goetzman called me on the night Vince Foster was killed. He said: "We did him." "We did him somewhere else but we dumped him in a queer park to send a message to Clinton and his queer wife." "He (Foster) went entreprenurial on us." "He was selling NSA codes to the Israelis."
Why would Foster have been killed? Apparently because he had become "overly entrepreneurial". In other words, Foster seems to have gotten too greedy and that's why he may have been bumped off.
The possibility of Foster having become greedy and branching out on his own is also suggested by Orlin Grabbe in a series of articles written by him and archived at ftp ftp.shout.net pub/users/bigred/og. In part 33 "Allegations Regarding Vince Foster, the NSA, and Banking Transactions Spying," for example, Grabbe asks
Why is the Mossad, like the White House, in panic mode over the reopening of the investigation into Foster's death? What is it they don't want the U.S. public to find out? Why did the operating code for a new computer developed by NSA-subcontractor E-Systems of Dallas, Texas, end up in the hands of the Israelis within one month? Did Vince Foster sell it to them?
Another infamous fellow who appears to have gotten too greedy and been snuffed out would be Barry Seal. In the bestselling book, Compromised: Clinton, Bush and the CIA (Clandestine Publishing. ISBN: 1-883955-02-5), it is alleged that drug smuggler, DEA informant and CIA "operative" Barry Seal "had become a liability by violating the basic rule of trust, one that controls assets. By doing so... Seal had grown outside the Agency's [CIA's] control by trying to go into business for himself..."
And, add authors Terry Reed and John Cummings, it was "like the Mafia whose rules were simple: you don't go outside the organization and freelance without prior approval of the bosses."
The Mafia reference is apt, considering that murdered Chicago mobster Salvatore "Momo" Giancana is reported to have also viewed the CIA and the Mafia as basically the same. According to his younger brother, Chuck Giancana (Double Cross. Warner Books, 1992), big brother Salvatore once stated that the gangsters and the CIA were "two sides of the same coin." Regular readers of Conspiracy Nation will not find this concept too far outside their paradigm, although those tuning in late may be startled by the assertion. (See, for further background, the February 1996 Conspiracy Nation Newsletter, "Clash of the Titans", in which the criminal origins of the British aristocracy are touched upon. See also Gustavus Myers' hard-to-find book, History of the Great American Fortunes.)
Which brings us to the late Commerce Secretary Ron Brown. What do Barry Seal, Vince Foster, and Ron Brown all have in common? Answer: each of them had become "overly entrepreneurial" or, in plainer language, had become so greedy as to threaten the smooth operation of the organization they worked for. You've seen the old gangster movies:
"Why was Vinnie killed?"
"He got too big for his britches. He was startin' to mess up the entire operation."
Then, after the assassination, all the crime families come together at the funeral -- just like the government factions are now coming together for Ron Brown's funeral. But what plots are they hatching, even as "Capo" Brown is laid to rest?
I encourage distribution of "Conspiracy Nation."
See also: http://www.europa.com/~johnlf/cn.html
See also: ftp ftp.shout.net pub/users/bigred