| Bill Chasey |
(Whistleblower, spook, philanthropist)
|Born||11 February 1940|
|Died||23 May 2015 (Age 75)|
|Alma mater||Springfield College|
|Exposed||CIA plans to assassinate the Libyan Lockerbie suspects|
|Interests||Pan Am Flight 103|
William Carman "Bill" Chasey was a Washington DC lobbyist from 1975-1998 and represented some of the world's most prestigious business clients and over twenty foreign governments before the United States Congress.
Bill Chasey's Washington career was effectively destroyed following publication of his 1995 book "Pan Am 103: The Lockerbie Cover-up" which argued persuasively against the Official Narrative of Libyan guilt for the atrocity.
Bill Chasey's CIA allegation
In 2011, following a cancer diagnosis, Bill Chasey published another book - "Truth Never Dies – The Bill Chasey Story" - which detailed his work for the CIA and how he was effectively hounded out of Washington following publication of his earlier book.
Plan to kill Libyan suspects
Chasey's book includes the allegation that the CIA made strenuous efforts to have him plant tracking devices on the Libyan Lockerbie suspects, Abdelbaset al-Megrahi and Lamin Khalifah Fhimah. He says that this was to facilitate their assassination and thus prevent them being brought to trial at Camp Zeist.
Foundation for Corporate Social Responsibility
|Bill Chasey's FCSR work in Poland|
Dr Bill Chasey, Founder and Past President of the Foundation for Corporate Social Responsibility (FCSR) enjoys a visit to Northwest Poland meeting with the Foundation's "PromiseKids".
Also, scenes from a Foundation Dinner Dance with Bill as Master of Ceremonies. Bill passed away in 2015, but the FCSR's work with his "PromiseKids" continues...
|Document:CIA wanted to kill Lockerbie bomber before trial||article||5 July 2013||Gareth Rose|
|A report of William Chasey's allegation (after being diagnosed with incurable cancer) that CIA agents tried to convince him to plant homing devices on Megrahi and Fhimah as part of the plot to assassinate them before the Lockerbie trial.|