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On 28 July 1914 World War 1, the great war or the war to end all wars commenced. Taking 17 million peoples lives and costing  Britain £35 billion. 557 more words

American law and assassination

American law about assassination and terrorism was entering another of its periods of flux. The executive order banning assassination, enacted by President Ford in response to the exposure of CIA plots from the 1960s, had been sitting unexamined on the books for a decade.

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Notes On History

Hidden death

As the Afghan operations director for Pakistani intelligence between 1983 and 1987, Brigadier Mohammed Yousaf was Akhtar’s “barbarian handler,” as one CIA colleague put it, quoting an old Chinese moniker.

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Notes On History

Killing Soviet military officers

President Reagan signed the classified NSDD-166, titled “Expanded U.S. Aid to Afghan Guerrillas,” in March 1985, formally anointing its confrontational language as covert U.S. policy in Afghanistan.

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Liberal Group plots ways to kill President Trump

There is a Liberal Group on the book of faces that is tossing around ways to Kill President Donald Trump. This can’t be tolerated and Facebook needs to be held accountable for their lack of reaction. 84 more words

Movie Review: Jackie (2016)

Plot: Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights through grief and trauma to regain her faith, console her children, and define her husband’s historic legacy. 404 more words