File:CIA Research Paper SW91-100076X summary.pdf
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|Unredacted 'Intelligence Summary' (pages 22-26) of CIA Research paper SW91-10076X titled 'Project Babylon' and naming two ex-SAS soldiers as having been contracted to eliminate Gerald Bull|
Subjects: Project Babylon, Gerald Bull, Arms-to-Iraq, Gerald Bull/Death
Security Classification: Secret NOFORN (DOC_0001469609) (Declassification Date 2012/07/10 posted on CIA website in heavilly redacted form)
Note: The original full report, with this summary completely redacted, was sourced directly from the CIA website
Provenance of the unredacted version of the report remains uncertain. For an in-depth analysis of its likely provenance, genuineness and content see:
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- File:CIA Research Paper SW91-100076X Redacted.pdf - Redacted report as it originally appeared on the CIA website in July 2012.
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Project Babylon:The Iraq supergun
Intelligence summary (pages 23-25
.......As Gumbley traveled to Brussels to meet Bull, Kock maintained surveillance and discovered that they planned a lawsuit to expose UK covert deals. Consequently, Kock hired Ian Jack and Terry Hardy, (SAS) to eliminate Bull. Subsequently, MoD police arrested Gumbley. He served 9 months in prison on fabricated corruption charges. Meantime, as we coordinated an MI6 set-up, alleged nuclear capacitors shipped from US by Euromac for Iraq was seized at Heathrow Airport, it led to the arrest of CEO Ali Daghir and Jeanine Speckman. Meantime, Kock found that defense journalist, Jonathan Moyle, possessed evidence of UK covert deals. Consequently, Kock and Holdness eliminated him in Santiago, Chile. (S NF NC)
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