Graham E. Fuller

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(spook, author)
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Born 1937-11-28
Nationality American
Alma mater Harvard University
Member of Sibel Edmonds/State Secrets Privilege Gallery
His daughter married the uncle of a Boston Bombing suspect. The Turkish government has charged Fuller in connection with the failed Turkish coup.

Employment.png Vice Chairman of the National Intelligence Council

Dates unknown
Former as of March 21, 2016. His daughter married the uncle of a Boston Bombing suspect.

Graham E. Fuller is a former Vice Chairman of the National Intelligence Council who was identified as implicated by Sibel Edmonds.[1]

On 15 February 1988, the New York Times reported:

Mr Fuller's name came to public attention last year when it was disclosed that he was the author of a think piece circulated in the intelligence community in May 1985 suggesting the possiblity of pursuing openings in Iran.[2]
The study was instrumental in persuading some top-ranking Reagan Administration policy makers to begin considering covert contacts with Iranian leaders. It eventually led to the covert sale of United States weapons to Tehran in what became the Iran-Contra affair.[3]
Graham Fuller is now a senior political scientist with the Rand Corporation, the research and consulting organisation.[4]

Official narrative

Fuller has admitted that his daughter was previously married to an uncle of the suspects in the Boston Marathon attacks, and that they "lived in our house in [Maryland] for a year or so", but he insists that stories on the Internet implying “possible connections between Ruslan and the Agency through me are absurd”.[5]

Activities

On 1st December 2017, "Turkish prosecutors issued an arrest warrant for Graham E. Fuller, former head of the CIA’s National Intelligence Council and former CIA head of Middle East and East Asia operations. The warrant claims Fuller was in the vicinity of Istanbul the night of the coup attempt at a meeting with another top “former” CIA person, Henri Barkey. It claims both CIA veterans were meeting at the five-star Splendid Hotel on the island of Büyükada some 20 minutes boat ride from Istanbul."[6]



Weblinks

Research papers authored or co-authored by Graham E. Fuller at the Rand Corporation

References