James Lucier

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Person.png James Lucier   ZoominfoRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(author, deep state functionary)
Alma materUniversity of Michigan, University of Detroit
Member ofLe Cercle
Cercle attendee

James P. Lucier, is an author, and was a staff member of the United States Senate for 25 years, attendee of Le Cercle and former staff director for the US Senate/Committee on Foreign Relations.[1]


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In 1963 Lucier wrote a short piece entitled The Bilderbergers, one of the earliest pieces published[Where?] in commercially-controlled media. This caused some concern in the group, which tasked Curtis Hoxter with determining how the article got published.[2]

Lucier was a staff member of the U.S. Senate for 25 years, and for some years a staff director of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. For 24 years he was "a key aide" to Jesse Helms. (Note that another Cercle attendee, John Carbaugh was as well). In 1998, Lucier was dismissed in a mass dismissal which "resulted from Mr. Helms's feeling that his minority staff was pursuing an independent agenda, isolating him from the Bush Administration and other Senate Republicans." Bud Nance, a retired Navy admiral ans schoolfriend of Helms who had been appointed staff director two months previously stated that "I felt we had too much overhead and not enough operators... It was difficult for me to see exactly who was doing what."[3]

Lucier later became Senior Editor of the US national newsweekly, Insight on the News.[4]

Deep political connections

He attended Le Cercle meetings in 1982, 1984, 1985 and probably other occasions.[5]


Events Participated in

Le Cercle/1982 (Wildbad Kreuth)11 June 198213 June 1982Wildbad Kreuth, West Germany
Le Cercle/1984 (Capetown)12 January 198415 January 1984South Africa
Le Cercle/1985 (Washington)7 January 198510 January 1985US
Washington DC


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