Interview 709 - Douglas Valentine on Ellsberg and the CIA

07/17/20133 Comments

Today we're joined once again by author and researcher Douglas Valentine of to talk about his article "Will the Real Daniel Ellsberg Please Stand Up?" We discuss his little-known experience as a Pentagon observer to the CIA’s Revolutionary Development (RD) Program in South Vietnam from 1965 to 1967, the cast of disreputable CIA officers, drug runners and murderers that he was involved with there, and the accusation that the CIA ordered him to release the Pentagon Papers to take pressure off of investigations that were looking into the role of the agency in Vietnam at that time. We also explore why the establishment left refuses to examine this aspect of Ellsberg's famed whistleblowing story.

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  1. BuddhaForce says:

    The CIA as Organized Crime

    Hey Doug Valentine has a new book, check it out.

  2. weech says:

    Shownotes for names to check them out please James. I know Edward Lansdale from L Fletch Prouty but Lucien Conine (aka Mac the Knife) and (?) Scotton…I need spellings. Usually the shownotes have all this detail

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