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Whistle Blowers Our Unsung Heroes

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Jan Fredrik Wiborg was a Norwegian civil engineer.

  1. whistleblowers.dk. The political plotting of an airport. Retrieved on 2007-02-25.

  2. California Aviation Alliance. Norwegian airport probe says court of impeachment must be considered. Retrieved on 2007-02-25.

Philip Burnett Franklin Agee is a former CIA employee and author who published a controversial book, Inside the Company: CIA Diary

Frank Warren Snepp is a journalist and former chief analyst of North Vietnamese strategy for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in Saigon during the Vietnam War. He is currently a producer for KNBC-TV

Frank Snepp's Official Website .

Christian Science Monitor, February 26, 1985

"We always leave the last war thinking we have all the answers, but we end up having more questions."

University of California, Irvine, May 12, 2005


The Seven Dwarves: I believe that nicotine is not addictive


John R. Stockwell is a former CIA officer who became a critic of United States government policies after serving in the Agency for thirteen years serving seven tours of duty. After managing the Angola War as Chief of the Angola Task Force during its 1975 covert operations, he resigned and wrote In Search of Enemies, a book which remains the only detailed, insider's account of a major CIA "covert action."

Ralph Walter McGehee (born 1928[1]) is an American former officer of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). He worked for the CIA from 1952 to 1977 yet went on to be a critic of the agency.

Lindsay Moran (born ?) is a former spy of the Central Intelligence Agency. She's also a freelance writer whose articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and USA Today. In 2005 she published her memoir "Blowing My Cover, My Life As A CIA Spy", in which she wrote about her experiences as a case officer for the CIA from 1998 to 2003.

Lindsay Moran, ex-CIA agent at Paul Harris Show Audio.


Marta Andreasen is an Argentinean born Spanish accountant (*1954), employed in January 2002 by the European Commission as Chief Accountant, and notable for raising concerns about fraud potential within EU, neglected by the Commission.

  • Andreas Oldag, Hans-Martin Tillack: Raumschiff Brüssel – Wie die Demokratie in Europa scheitert (in German, Spaceship Brussels – How Democracy in Europe fails), Argon Verlag, 2003 (1st ed., hardcover), ISBN-10: 3870245786, ISBN-13: 978-3870245788 / Fischer, Frankfurt 2004 (2nd ed.) ISBN-10: 3596157463, ISBN-13: 978-3596157464

  • Paul van Buitenen: Blowing the Whistle: Fraud in the European Commission, Politicos Pub, 2000, ISBN-10: 1902301463, ISBN-13: 978-1902301464

Tony Russo, born Anthony Joseph Russo, Jr., assisted Daniel Ellsberg, his friend and former colleague at the Rand Corp., in copying the Pentagon Papers. They would be charged with espionage, theft, and conspiracy. On May 11, 1973, a federal court judge dismissed all charges against them.

Iraq's Pentagon Papers


Phillip Arantz was a member of the New South Wales Police. In 1971, while working on a computerisation program, NSW police computer expert Phillip Arantz discovered that the NSW police service had been systematically under-reporting crime statistics for years. The obvious inference of this revelation was that police were trying to conceal corruption, which allegedly extended up to the Police Commissioner himself, and the widespread police involvement in organised crime.- Arantz went on to write a book called 'Collusion of Powers'


Ernest Backes (1946, Trier, Germany) was #3 of compensation chamber Clearstream (formerly Cedel), in charge of relations with clients, and was fired in May 1983. According to himself, he was "fired because (he) knew too much about the Ambrosiano scandal." Banco Ambrosiano collapsed in 1982, but the scandal wasn't yet public when Ernest Backes was dismissed.

Ernest Backes was the primary whistleblower in Revelation$, the book he co-authored with Denis Robert and which in 2001 caused the Clearstream scandal. In 1971, he was hired by Cedel, set up in 1970 by a consortium of 66 international banks. With Gérard Soisson, Cedel's manager, he helped design and install Cedel’s computerized accounting system in the 1970s.

Clearstream for a more complete description of the scandal revealed by Ernest Backes and Denis Robert.




Dr Salah Al Bandar is a Sudanese-born Briton, known for his role in revealing the Bandargate scandal in Bahrain. Al Bandar had been working as a strategic planning adviser to the Cabinet Affairs Ministry of Bahrain since October 2006. On September 13, 2006 he was arrested and deported to London by Bahraini officials after he distributed a report revealing a conspiracy to suppress the Shia in Bahrain (who form the majority of the population). Scandal that ensued was named after him, Bandargate.

Al Bandar is the secretary general of the Gulf Centre for Democratic Development, a London-registered non-governmental organisation.

Bandargate scandal


Gerald W. Brown is an American whistleblower, who concerned himself with deficiencies in passive fire protection systems in US and Canadian nuclear power plants.

Paul van Buitenen (born 28 May 1957 in Breda) is a Member of the European Parliament for the Netherlands and a former European civil servant.

Shawn Carpenter is an American Navy veteran and whistleblower (previously employed by Sandia National Laboratories) who tracked down a Chinese cyberespionage ring that is code-named Titan Rain by the FBI. He came to national attention when his story was reported on in the September 5, 2005 issue of Time magazine.



Teresa Chambers was the Chief of the United States Park Police from February 2002 until December 2003. She was fired after speaking with a Washington Post reporter in detail about her concerns that new requirements instituted by the United States Congress to double the number of stationary guards at Washington DC monuments, together with budget shortfalls in the Park Police budget were increasing risk.

John Coleman is a conspiracy theorist who claims to be a former British Intelligence Officer in MI6. He has written several books alleging a conspiracy to create a New World Order. Coleman argues that the Muslim Brotherhood is a secret Masonic order created, with support from T.E. Lawrence, Bertrand Russell and St. John Philby, to "keep the Middle East backward so its natural resource, oil, could continue to be looted." Coleman has also criticized the Club of Rome, the Giorgio Cini Foundation, Global 2000, the Interreligious Peace Colloquium, the Tavistock Institute, and other organizations.

Clinton "Clint" Curtis (born 1958) is a United States computer programmer[1] who worked for Yang Enterprises (YEI) in Oviedo, Florida until February 2001. He is notable chiefly for making a series of "whistleblower" allegations about his former employer and about Republican Congressman Tom Feeney, including an allegation that in 2000, Feeney and Yang Enterprises requested Curtis's assistance in a scheme to steal votes by inserting fraulent code into touch screen voting systems.

In 2006, Curtis ran unsuccessfully against Feeney for the United States congressional seat in Florida's 24th congressional district.[2]

  • On April 9, 2005, the St. Petersburg Times published an article about Curtis's charges and potential Senate campaign, including a confirmation that Curtis had taken and passed a polygraph test regarding his charges.[3]

  • On August 10, 2006, the Orlando Weekly published an article surveying Curtis's charges, Feeney and Yang's responses, and the surrounding publicity.[5]

Allan S. Cutler is a former Canadian civil servant notable for his role in the sponsorship scandal by acting as the whistleblower who detected some anomalies in the Canadian sponsorship program. Cutler both triggered the scandal and lost his job. He had been working for the Ministry of Public Works and Government Services, where he was responsible for negotiating the terms and prices of Federal ad contracts. He passed in front of the Gomery Commission and claimed that commissions were paid for no apparent service and improper advancements were made to agencies, all approved by Chuck Guité.

Allan Cutler's website


Sergeant Joseph Darby (born c. 1979), of Corriganville, Maryland, is a discharged member of the United States military police who first alerted the U.S. military command of prisoner abuse in the Abu Ghraib prison, in Abu Ghraib, Iraq.

Walter F. DeNino is a medical student interested in the prevention and treatment of obesity. DeNino is also widely known as the student who brought the frauds of Eric Poehlman to light in 2004, when he (DeNino) filed allegations at the University of Vermont that led to a federal false-claims suit and Department of Justice investigation against Poehlman for misrepresentations made to the National Institutes of Health.

Deep Throat is the pseudonym that was given to William Mark Felt, Sr., who was the second in command for the FBI, the secret source who leaked information about the involvement of U.S. President Richard Nixon's administration in the Watergate first break-in and subsequent events that came to be known as the Watergate scandal.

Harlem Désir (born November 25, 1959 in Paris) is a French politician and Member of the European Parliament for the Île-de-France. He is a member of the Socialist Party, part of the Party of European Socialists.

Clearstream scandal


Satyendra Kumar Dubey (1973 - 2003) was project director at the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). He was assassinated in Gaya, Bihar for fighting corruption in the Golden Quadrilateral highway construction project.

Sibel Deniz Edmonds (born 1970 in Iran) is a Turkish-American[1] former FBI translator and founder of the National Security Whistleblowers Coalition (NSWBC). Edmonds was fired from her position as a language specialist at the FBI's Washington Field Office in March, 2002, after she accused a colleague of covering up illicit activity involving foreign nationals, alleging serious acts of security breaches, cover-ups, and intentional blocking of intelligence which, she contended, presented a danger to the United States' security. Since that time, court proceedings on her whistleblower claims have been blocked by the assertion of State Secrets Privilege. On March 29, 2006, she was awarded the PEN/Newman's Own First Amendment Award in recognition of her defense of free speech as it applies to the written word.[2]



Edy Korthals Altes, a former Dutch diplomat, resigned in 1986 from his post as Ambassador in Madrid in connection with his public stand on the arms race.

Daniel Ellsberg (born April 7, 1931) is a former American military analyst employed by the RAND Corporation who precipitated a national uproar in 1971 when he released the Pentagon Papers, the U.S. military's account of activities during the Vietnam War, to The New York Times.

William Mark Felt Sr. (born August 17, 1913) is a former agent of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, who retired in 1973 as the Bureau's number two official. After thirty years of denying his involvement with reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, Felt revealed himself on May 31, 2005, to be the Watergate scandal whistleblower called "Deep Throat".

Ian Fishback is a United States Army officer, who became known after he sent a letter to Senator John McCain of Arizona on September 16, 2005, in which Fishback stated his concerns about the continued abuse of prisoners held under the auspices of the Global War on Terror.

Nola Fraser is an Australian small business owner, former nurse and former Liberal candidate on two occasions for the seat of Macquarie Fields. Fraser became a whistleblower at two Sydney hospitals where she worked. Fraser has left nursing and currently owns a beauty salon.

William C. Gaines is an American journalist and professor of journalism. Gaines was a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter for the Chicago Tribune. He retired from the paper in 2001 and currently teaches at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Jan Gangelhoff (1948/1949 - February 28, 2005) was an academic counselor at the University of Minnesota who was the primary whistleblower for the academic scandal of the men’s basketball team during the tenure of Coach Clem Haskins.



David J. Graham, M.D., M.P.H., is an American epidemiologist who is currently the Associate Director at the Food and Drug Administration's Office of Drug Safety. In November 2004, Graham spoke out against the policies at the Food and Drug Administration, and has reported that since taking this whistleblower stance, his superiors have tried to censure him.

Bunnatine (Bunny) H. Greenhouse is a former chief contracting officer (Principal Assistant Responsible for Contracting (PARC)) of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. On June 27, 2005, she testified to a Democratic Party public committee, alleging specific instances of waste, fraud, and other abuses and irregularities by Halliburton with regard to its operations in Iraq since the Iraq War. She described one of the Halliburton contracts (secret, no-bid contracts awarded to Kellogg, Brown and Root (KBR)—a subsidiary of Halliburton) as "the most blatant and improper contract abuse I have witnessed during the course of my professional career."

Katharine Teresa Gun (born Katharine Teresa Harwood in 1974) is a former translator for Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), a British intelligence agency. In 2003, she became publicly known for leaking top-secret information to the press concerning alleged illegal activities by the United States in their push for the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Patrick Haseldine (born July 11, 1942) is a former British diplomat who was dismissed by the then foreign secretary, John Major, in August 1989. Haseldine's dismissal resulted from his public criticism of prime minister, Margaret Thatcher, and from what he regarded as her government's acqiescence in the face of state-sponsored terrorism by apartheid South Africa, in particular in relation to the December 1988 Lockerbie bombing.

Allen Jones, who worked as an investigator in the Pennsylvania Office of the Inspector General (OIG), gained widespread attention as a 'whistleblower' after voicing concerns about attempts by the pharmaceutical industry to implement a mental health screening plan, based on the controversial Texas Medication Algorithm Project (TMAP), in Pennsylvania. Subsequently, TMAP has been recommended as a model for use throughout the United States by the President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health, a panel whose members were hand picked by George W. Bush.

  • AHRP.org - 'Bush Plans to Screen Whole US Population for Mental Illness - BMJ', Alliance for Human Research (June 24, 2004)

  • MentalHealthCommission.gov - President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health (official US government website)

  • ZMag.org - 'Eli Lilly, Zyprexa & the Bush Family: The Diseasing of our Malaise' Bruce Levine (May, 2004)

Mark Klein is a former AT&T technician who leaked knowledge of his company's alleged cooperation with the United States National Security Agency in installing network monitoring hardware to spy on American citizens. The subsequent media coverage became a major story in May 2006.

Karen U. Kwiatkowski (born 24 September 1960) is a retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel whose assignments included duties as a Pentagon desk officer and a variety of roles for the National Security Agency. Since retiring, she has become a noted critic of the U.S. government's involvement in Iraq. Kwiatkowski is primarily known for her insider essays which denounce a corrupting political influence on the course of military intelligence leading up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003. She has said she was the anonymous source used by Seymour Hersh and Warren Strobel in their respective exposés of pre-war intelligence.

Specialist Tony Lagouranis (born c. 1970) is a former U.S. Army soldier, best known for speaking out about his participation in torture as an interrogator during the occupation of Iraq.

Shanmughan Manjunath (1978 Kolar-2005) was a marketing engineer for the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) who was murdered for opposing corruption in the erstwhile government firm's petrol pumps.


Hans-Peter Martin

Website of Hans Peter Martin (also in English)




Very Reverend Dr Gerard McGinnity is an author and Parish Priest of Knockbridge, County Louth, Ireland, a parish of the Archdiocese of Armagh. He was appointed Junior Dean at St Patrick's College, Maynooth - Ireland's national seminary when he was 26 years old.

Christoph Meili (born April 12, 1968) is a Swiss whistleblower.

In early 1997, Meili worked as a night guard at the Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS AG) in Zurich, Switzerland. He discovered that officials at UBS destroyed documents about orphaned assets, i.e., credit balances of deceased Jewish clients whose heirs' whereabouts were unknown. Destruction of such documents was a violation of Swiss laws.[1]

Declaration of Meili for a Senate Commission


Jan Moor-Jankowski

Dame Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall, DBE (born April 3, 1934) is an English primatologist, ethologist and anthropologist. She is probably best-known for her study of chimpanzee social and family life in Gombe National Park for 45 years, and for founding The Jane Goodall Institute.

Dian Fossey (January 16, 1932 December 27, 1985) was an American Zoologist who completed an extended study of several gorilla groups. She observed them daily for years in the mountain forests of Rwanda, initially encouraged to work there by famous paleontologist Louis Leakey.

Civil servant David Keogh and parliamentary researcher Leo O'Connor, both of Northampton, England, were charged with breaking the Official Secrets Act in the United Kingdom.

Al Jazeera bombing memo

Kerri Rigsby and Cori Rigsby (Moran) are sisters who worked for eight years at the E.A. Renfroe Company and were managers overseeing catastrophe claims adjusters before their dismissal. The company is based in Birmingham, AL; but the sisters are from Mississippi and were dispatched to catastrophe sites. Through Renfroe, they were surrogates of State Farm tasked to help evaluate claims along the severely battered Mississippi Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina. As they visited numerous properties and reviewed many documents they became aware of instructions issued to engineering firms to alter reports. The sisters believed State Farm ignored or minimized wind damage to avoid payments – the company denies this. Over the course of several months, the sisters amassed thousands of pages of documents related to State Farm's activities. Eventually, their story went public when ABC's 20/20 show aired it in August 2006.

Carne Ross is founder and director of Independent Diplomat, a diplomatic advisory group. Born in 1966, Ross has a fraternal twin. Ross taught in Zimbabwe before attending the University of Exeter where he studied economics and politics. He joined the British foreign service in 1989. Ross's testimony in the Butler Review directly contradicted the British position on the justification behind the invasion of Iraq.

Peter Rost, MD is a former vice president at Pfizer and most well known for testifying in Congress against the business methods of the pharmaceutical industry and as author of the insider book, "Whistleblower: Confessions of a Healthcare Hitman".

Coleen Rowley (born December 20, 1954) is a former FBI agent and whistleblower, and was a candidate for Congress in Minnesota's 2nd congressional district, one of eight congressional districts in Minnesota in 2006. She lost the general election to Republican incumbent John Kline.[1]

Mary Fackler Schiavo, JD, is the outspoken former Inspector General of the United States Department of Transportation (DOT), where for six years she withstood pressure from within DOT and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as she sought to expose and correct problems at the agencies. In 1997, after her stormy tenure at the DOT, Schiavo wrote Flying Blind, Flying Safe, which summed up her numerous concerns about the FAA's systemic flaws.

  • AvWeb.com - 'Flying Blind, Flying Safe by Mary Schiavo' (book review), Carl Marbach (June 23, 1997)

  • Oprah.com - ' An Expert Weighs in' (from the show "When Will You Fly Again?"), The Oprah Winfrey Show (November 16, 2001)

  • PlaneSafe.org - 'Mary Schiavo Speech'

  • StarTribune.com - 'FAA security took no action against Moussaoui', Greg Gordon, Star Tribune (Jan 13, 2002)

Francisco Vincent Serpico (born April 14, 1936) is a retired New York City Police Department (NYPD) officer who gained fame in 1971 as the first police officer to testify against police corruption.



David Shayler born 24 December 1965, is a former MI5 (British Security Service) officer who was prosecuted under the Official Secrets Act after passing documents to the Mail on Sunday newspaper in August 1997 that alleged that MI5 was paranoid about socialists and that it had previously investigated Labour Party ministers Peter Mandelson, Jack Straw and Harriet Harman.

  1. "Shayler: The exiled spy", BBC news, 26 February 2000. Retrieved on 2006-07-04. (in English) 

  2. Bright, Martin. "MI6 'halted bid to arrest bin Laden'", The Observer , 10 November 2002. Retrieved on 2006-07-04. (in English) 

  3. "BBC screens Shayler interview", BBC news, 08 August 1998. Retrieved on 2006-07-04. (in English) 

  4. Gary Gambill. "The Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG)", The Jamestown Foundation, Monday March 24, 2005. Retrieved on 2006-08-14. 

  5. http://www.guardian.co.uk/shayler/article/0,,359729,00.html

  6. Leigh, David. "Tinker, tailor, soldier, journalist", The Guardian, Monday June 12, 2000. Retrieved on 2006-07-06. 

  7. "Whistle-blower on the web", BBC news, 7 September 1998. Retrieved on 2006-07-04. (in English) 

  8. Kelso, Paul. "New charge against Shayler", The Guardian, Friday September 22, 2000. Retrieved on 2006-07-06. 

  9. http://www.guardian.co.uk/shayler/article/0,,829971,00.html

  10. http://www.guardian.co.uk/shayler/article/0,,829971,00.html.

  11. http://www.guardian.co.uk/shayler/article/0,,834442,00.html

  12. http://www.guardian.co.uk/shayler/article/0,,830205,00.html

  13. Staff and agencies. "Freed Shayler vows to clear name", The Guardian, December 23 2002. Retrieved on 2006-07-05. 

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Karen Silkwood (February 19, 1946November 13, 1974) was an American labor union activist and chemical technician at the Kerr-McGee plant near Crescent, Oklahoma, United States.

Silkwood's job was making plutonium pellets for nuclear reactor fuel rods, and she died under allegedly mysterious circumstances after investigating claims of irregularities and wrongdoing at the Kerr-McGee plant.

Hugh C. Thompson, Jr. (April 15, 1943 January 6, 2006) was a helicopter pilot during the Vietnam War. He is chiefly known for his role in curtailing the My Lai massacre, during which he was flying a reconnaissance mission.



Russell D. Tice (b. 1961) is a former intelligence analyst for the U.S. Air Force, Office of Naval Intelligence, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and National Security Agency (NSA). During his nearly 20 year career with various United States government agencies, he conducted intelligence missions related to the Kosovo War, Afghanistan, the USS Cole bombing in Yemen, and Operation Iraqi Freedom. In December, 2005, Tice helped spark a national controversy over claims that the NSA and the DIA were engaged in unlawful and unconstitutional wiretaps on American citizens. He later admitted that he was one of the sources that were used in the New York Times' reporting on the wiretap activity in December 2005.

Tice began to receive national attention as a whistleblower in May, 2005, after speaking publicly about alleged retaliation by government officials for reporting his suspicions that a DIA colleague might be a Chinese spy, and about the need for legislation to protect national security agency whistleblowers.

Sarah Tisdall was a Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) clerical officer who was jailed for leaking British government documents to a newspaper in 1983.

Sherron Watkins (born August 28, 1959 in Tomball, Texas) was Vice President of Corporate Development at the Enron Corporation. She is considered by many to be the whistleblower who helped to uncover the Enron scandal in 2001.

Sherron Watkins eMail to Enron Chairman Kenneth Lay, August 2001

Interview with Sherron Watkins


Cynthia Cooper is an internal auditor and consultant who is best known for being the whistleblower who exposed massive accounting fraud at WorldCom in 2002.


Colonel Lawrence B. Wilkerson (US Army, retired) was the chief of staff to United States Secretary of State Colin Powell. He retired from government service in January 2005 at the same time as Powell. Subsequent to their retirement, he and Powell had a falling out over Wilkerson's strident criticism of the administration of George W. Bush.

Andrew Wilkie (born 1961, Tamworth, Australia) is a former soldier and intelligence analyst who resigned from the Australian intelligence agency, the Office of National Assessments (ONA), in March 2003 over concerns that intelligence was being misrepresented for political purposes in making the case for Australia's contribution to the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

  1. Andrew Wilkie, Axis of deceit. Schwarz Publishing, Melbourne, 2004. In series Black Inc. Agenda. ISBN 0-9750769-2-2 ("the story of the intelligence officer who risked all to tell the truth about WMD and Iraq": cover)

  2. "Former spy eyes greener pastures", The Sydney Morning Herald, 10 December 2003

  3. "House of Representatives Division First Preferences", Australian Electoral Commission, 9 November 2005

  4. Greens announce Tasmanian Senate ticket, The Age, 16 February 2007

Frank Wills (February 4, 1948 September 27, 2000) was the security guard who uncovered the break-in that led to the Watergate scandal.




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  1. Agee, Philip (1975). Inside The Company: CIA Diary. Penguin Books. ISBN 0-14-004007-2. 

  2. Kapstein, Jonathan (July 28 1975). "Philip Agee: The spy who came in and told; Inside the Company: CIA Diary". Business Week: 12. 

  3. Andrew, Christopher; Vasili Mitrokhin (2000). The Sword and the Shield: The Mitrokhin Archive and the Secret History of the KGB. Basic Books. ISBN 0-465-00312-5.  p. 230

  4. (1975 January 27) "The Spooks who Rush Into Print". Newsweek: 28. 

  5. Barron, John (1983). KGB Today: The Hidden Hand. Readers Digest Assn. ISBN 0-88349-164-8.  pg. 227-230

  6. Andrew p. 230, referencing Kalugin, Oleg (1995). Spymaster: The Highest-ranking KGB Officer Ever to Break His Silence. Blake Publishing Ltd. ISBN 1-85685-101-X.  p. 191-192 Andrew states: "The KGB files noted by Mitrokhin describe Agee as an agent of the Cuban DGI and give details of his collaboration with the KGB, but do not formally list him as a KGB or DGI agent. vol. 6, ch. 14, parts 1,2,3; vol. 6, app. 1, part 22."

  7. Andrew, p. 231

  8. Andrew, p. 231 referencing Agee, Philip (June 1987). On the Run. L. Stuart. ISBN 0-8184-0419-1.  p. 111-112, 120-121.

  9. (January 25 1975) "Book details CIA activities". Facts on File World News Digest: 37 B3. 

  10. (January 11 1975) "Secret agent; Inside the Company: CIA Diary. By Philip Agee. Penguin. 640 pages. 95p.". The Economist: 87. 

  11. Andrew, p. 232-233.

  12. Horowitz, David (December 1991). "The Politics of Public Television". Commentary Magazine 92 (6). 

  13. Andrew, p. 231, incorecctly states Agee's passport was revoked in 1981.

  14. (December 31 1979) "U.S. Revokes Agee Passport". Facts on File World News Digest: 991 C2. 

  15. Duncan Campbell. "The spy who stayed out in the cold", The Guardian, 2007-01-10. Retrieved on 2007-03-10. (in English) 

  16. Cuba Travel Agency. cubalinda.com. Retrieved on 2006-07-30.

  17. Spy's Tourist Agency. cvni.net. Retrieved on 2006-07-30.

  18. Hand, Mark (January 3, 2003). "Searching for Daniel Brandt". CounterPunch

  19. Agee, CIA Diary Inside the Company p. 37.


  1. Thomson Gale (April 26, 2006). McGehee, Ralph W(alter) (1928-). Contemporary Authors

  2. McGehee, Ralph (9 December 1996). CIA and the New World Order. CIABASE

  3. Taubman, Philip (February 22, 1983). Ex-Official's Obsession with Vietnam War. New York Times

  4. Reuters (May 26, 1987). C.I.A. Accused of Manila Role.

  5. Staff report (March 29, 1981). Censorship by the C.I.A. Challenged in Court Suit. New York Times

  6. Taylor, Stuart, Jr. (October 5, 1983). C.I.A.'s Censorship Backed on Appeal. New York Times


  1. Moran, Lindsay (2005). Blowing My Cover, My Life As A CIA Spy. Putnam Adult. ISBN 0-39-915239-3. 

  2. Moran: It's a dirty business, Wednesday, January 12, 2005; CNN.com

  3. Review on Lindsay Moran's book; http://dhamel.typepad.com/deblog/2005/07/blowing_my_cove.html

  4. The Silver Chips 1987 senior superlatives list.

  5. Blair alumnus publishes novel about being in the CIA, Amanda Lee, March 11, 2005 ; Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper

  6. Women in the CIA:Problems and Prospects, by Lindsay Moran, July 26, 2004; Uva Top News Daily.

  7. Inside the CIA, interview script between David Ensor and Lindsay Moran, February 1, 2005; CNN.com.

  8. Ex-spy says CIA trapped in Cold War mode, by John Diamond; USA Today.

  9. "Cover" bares CIA" flaws, by Karen Algeo Krizman, January 21, 2005; [1]





  1. For the statements regarding Curtis's birth, and profession as a computer programmer, see Associated Press. "Florida candidates for U.S. House seats at a glance", 2006-10-09. Retrieved on 2006-10-26. 

  2. Mckay, Rich. "Keller turns back Stuart", Orlando Sentinel, 2006-11-08. Retrieved on 2006-11-08. 

  3. Morgan, Lucy. "Blogs spin tale of computers, conspiracies", St. Petersburg Times, 2005-05-09. Retrieved on 2006-10-24. 

  4. Aaronson, Trevor. "A whistle blower alleges that U.S. Rep. Tom Feeney might have rigged the election in South Florida", Broward-Palm Beach New Times, 2005-02-10. 

  5. Billman, Jeffrey C. "Is this Man Crazy?", Orlando Weekly, 2006-08-10. 

  6. Zetter, Kim. "More Questions for Florida", Wired News, 2004-12-13. Retrieved on 2006-10-24. 

  7. Bennett, George. "Blogs spin tale of computers, conspiracies", Palm Beach Post, 2006-01-23, p. 1B. 

  8. Curtis, Clint (2004). Just a fly on the wall. Clint Curtis Publishing. ISBN 0-9761959-0-9, ISBN 0-9761959-1-7. 

  9. "Porn Mag Used In Political Mailer Upsets Local Mother", WFTV.com, 2006-10-06. Retrieved on 2006-11-01. 

  10. Pérez, Robert. "Feeney / House race turns zanier: Candidate's claims spark Internet spoof", Orlando Sentinel, 2006-10-07. 

  11. Pérez, Robert. "Curtis poll shows tight race with Feeney", Orlando Sentinel, 2006-10-26. Retrieved on 2006-11-01. 




  1. Morgan, Dan (June 1, 2005). Contemporaries Have Mixed Views. Washington Post

  2. Woodward, Bob. (2005). The Secret Man. New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-7432-8715-0







  1. Swiss parliament: Parliamentary Initiative 96.434: Bundesbeschluss betreffend die historische und rechtliche Untersuchung des Schicksals der infolge der nationalsozialistischen Herrschaft in die Schweiz gelangten Vermögenswerte; in German. Entry in force December 14, 1996. This edict was the legal foundation of the Bergier commission, constituted on December 19, 1996. Articles 4, 5, and 7 made the destruction or withholding of documents relating to orphaned assets illegal. On the dates given, see Chronology: Switzerland in World War II – Detailed Overview of the years 1994-1996. URLs last accessed 2006-10-30.

  2. Diermeier, P.: Meili - Mission zwischen Moral und Milliarden; in German. Orell Füssli Verlag, Zürich, 2003. ISBN 3-280-06009-5.

  3. Swiss parliament: Chronology: Switzerland in World War II – Detailed Overview of the year 1997; in German. URL last accessed 2006-10-30.

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