1970s/Assassinations

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The assassinations of the 1970s

The assassinations of the 1970s, in part, stemmed from the desire to contain the truth about the assassinations of the 1960s, especially the JFK assassination. In 2008, Peter Dale Scott published an essay on The Assassinations of the 1960s as "Deep Events", an important step in spreading the term "deep event".[1]

House Select Committee on Assassinations related deaths

Full article: Stub class article HSCA/Premature deaths
The chairman of the HSCA, Frank Church, displays a CIA poison dart gun used for covert assassinations. It could cause either cancer or a heart attack.

Many people, especially mid level spooks, died sudden deaths just prior to testifying before this committee.

JFK Assassination related deaths

Full article: JFK/Assassination/Premature deaths

The JFK assassination lead to more assassinations in the 1970s, just as it did in the 1960, George de Mohrenschildt (Lee Harvey Oswald's handler) being perhaps the most prominent.

 

Assassinated in the 1970s

Wikispooks pageBornDiedSummaryDescription
Giorgio Ambrosoli17 October 193311 July 1979LawyerAn Italian lawyer assassinated while investigating Michele Sindona.
Luigi Calabresi14 November 193717 May 1972
Park Chung-hee14 November 191726 October 1979Soldier
John Francis Green18 December 194610 January 1975SoldierA member of the North Armagh Brigade of the Provisional IRA.
Orlando Letelier13 April 193221 September 1976Diplomat
Politician
Economist
A Chilean socialist politician and diplomat, assassinated in Washington D.C.
Georgi Markov1 March 192911 September 1978Author
Defector
A Bulgarian dissident writer who assassinated in 1978
Rolando Masferrer12 July 191831 October 1975"Terrorist"
Assassin
Businessperson
George de Mohrenschildt17 April 191129 March 1977Spook
Deep state functionary
Geologist
JFK/Assassination/Premature death
Handler
HSCA/Premature deaths
Lee Harvey Oswald's handler, found dead after attempting to share some of what he knew with the media.
George Moscone24 November 192927 November 1978Politician
Louis Mountbatten25 June 190027 August 1979Mariner
Royalty
Airey Neave23 January 191630 March 1979Spook
Politician
Lawyer
Karen Silkwood19 February 194613 November 1974Whistleblower
Labor leader
The assassinated US nuclear whistleblower whose case was taken up by the Christic Institute.



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