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An intelligence analysis and authentication of the un-redacted portions of CIA Research Paper SW91-100076X - Project Babylon: The Iraq supergun (1991)

Disclaimer (#3)Document.png analysis  by Martin Tancock dated 2013
Subjects: File:CIA Research Paper SW91-100076X un-redacted.pdf
Source: JANCOM

The subject of this analysis is the CIA report detailed in "Subjects"

Wikispooks Comment
This paper makes a persuasive case for the authenticity of the unredacted CIA report on the so called Iraq supergun affair. It speculates that its source is the Mossad which was provided with an unredacted copy at the time of its production in 1991. It analyses the intricacies of Mossad/MI6 relationships and tensions since that time and summarises the reasons why Gerald Bull had become such an urgent and serious threat to Deep-State operatives in Margaret Thatcher's Britain. The fact that Mossad responsibility for Gerald Bull's murder would clearly become the dominant public assumption, presented his killers with excellent cover. That this has been the leitmotive of practically all commercially-controlled media commentary about the killing ever since, is sufficient to call it into serious question under Wikispooks' editorial policy and guidlines.

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