PT/35(b): Quo vadis?

Our blog is already two month old. Time really flies when you are having fun!

Our investigation of the Togo events is nearly done and a preliminary summary has already been posted. Most readers find the 1986 timeline particularly disturbing.

We had the opportunity to discuss these events with Journalist John Ashton and the interview was posted in a series of four videos.

There is still quite a bit of work to finish the “Togo Chapter”. Nevertheless, we will now begin to report mainly on the Senegal timer that was seized, and lost, in Dakar in early 1988.

First, we will publish all the CIA cables available. Keep in mind that this is a really unique situation where such “Intelligence” documents were made available to a trial, let alone a non US trial.

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The Senegal story is complex. As a matter of fact, we shall see that the Zeist judges made a serious mistake about it in their Opinion (§52).

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