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by Jim Keith,Kenn Thomas

  • ISBN: 0922915911
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Jim Keith,Kenn Thomas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Feral House; Revised edition (November 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 237
  • ePub book: 1711 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1927 kb
  • Other: lrf txt lrf mobi
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 654

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The Octopus: Secret Government and the Death of Danny Casolaro. The Octopus by Kenn Thomas and Jim Keith. I wish the likeable Boy Scout would have listened to his friends who told him to back off or he would be killed. The Last Circle: Danny Casolaro's Investigation into the Octopus and the PROMIS Software Scandal. How I found this book was round about. I had attended a lecture and it concerned the anti-inflamatory effects of Tylenol. I read the section on Wikepedia and saw the name Casolaro and asked myself, who is he? What did he have to do with Tylenol.

The Octopus by Kenn Thomas and Jim Keith. I went to the site Danny Casolaro and found about 8 to 12 pages about him. Now days there are perhaps 3 pages there on Wikepedia and most of it is missing

The Octopus by Kenn Thomas and Jim Keith. Now days there are perhaps 3 pages there on Wikepedia and most of it is missing. In any event, I read that he had perhaps taken 2 tylenol from the drug screen and that was not enough for a suicide.

Danny Casolaro called it "the Octopus". A vast, interlocking network of criminal conspiracy that reaches into every branch and agency of the . government, many other national governments, and every sector of our societies. An investigative reporter seeking the truth, Danny told his friends he was meeting an informant to "bring back the head of the Octopus" when his body was found in a hotel in Martinsburg, West Virginia, on August 10, 1991. Much of the evidence he had gathered was missing. The death was ruled a "suicide", but the evidence supports murder

Kenn Thomas and Jim Keith.

Kenn Thomas and Jim Keith. The Octopus was Casolaro’s name for a handful of spooks and po wer brokers in the intelligence community who manipulated public ev ents as wide-ranging as the 1980 O ctober Surprise that may hav e cost Jimmy Carter the presidency, and the BCCI bank scandal in the early 1990s. Like the tentacles of his metaphoric sea cr eature, the slashes in both wrists-eight on one side, four on the other-pulled Casolaro down into oblivion, ending his investigation into a po wer cabal whose inv olvement in a list of notorious contemporary political crimes he had documented in his book.

Writer Danny Casolaro was on the trail of the Octopus when he was found dead. Jim Keith subsequently died under questionable circumstances. This newly revised edtion, with new chapters on Octopus involvements with the events of 9/11, may be the most comprehensive investigation into the tangle of international conspiracy.

Kenn Thomas (Author), Jim Keith (Author) "Minutes after Bittinger's call, Martinsburg city police and paramedics arrived.

This delves into Danny Casolaro's investigation of the .

The primary conspiracy of the late 20th century. This delves into Danny Casolaro's investigation of the . Justice Department's apparent crooked dealings with Inslaw, the software company that developed the spy software, PROMIS, for Justice under an agreement in which Inslaw apparently retained all proprietary rights to PROMIS. Justice reneged on paying Inslaw, yet PROMIS turned up illegally at other government agencies and foreign governments.

Thomas, Kenn; Jim Keith (1996). The Octopus: The Secret Government and Death of Danny Casolaro. Seymour, Cheri (2010). Trine Day. ISBN 978-1936296002. FBI File on Danny Casolaro.

Investigator Danny Casolaro's 1991 death in a Martinsburg, West Virginia, hotel opened the door to a world of conspiracy and intrigue that continues to haunt today's headlines.

The primary conspiracy of the late 20th century.

Comments

Brakree Brakree
The tentacles of this Octopus sure are linked to dozens of shady characters around the world! One of the best real-life mysteries I've read in a long time. The only negative thing I have to say about the book is the cover illustration. You'd think the publisher would have more respect for his courageous, departed friend.
Duzshura Duzshura
This book offers the oppurtunity to expand on what Danny Casolaro discovered during his investigation of the BBCI banking scandal, unfortunately the book gets lost in all the characters and their starnge behavior. The book fails to zero in or focus on the true implications of what Danny discovered about who and what is running this country. The same people who assassinated President Kennedy are the same people running this country today. The book points out all the characters, but fails to connect all the dots. The book does offer good background and information about the unsavory side of our government and to what lengths it will go to cover up what it doesn't want us to know.
Mezilabar Mezilabar
Interesting read, Years ahead of its time with computer application.l
Cordann Cordann
It's easy to wave this stuff away, but when you sit down and read it carefully the blood starts to drain out of your face. Paranoid? Certainly. Plausible? Absolutely.

With what we've learned about the workings of government in the name of national security over the last ten or twenty years, it's difficult to dismiss "Octopus" ... much stranger stuff has proven true. Skeptics should read and think before making fun. It's pretty damn clear Danny Casolaro didn't kill himself.
RED RED
Could not stop reading this book! It gives the reader an inside look at what really goes on behind the scenes and what happens to all that cross the machine!
luisRED luisRED
R.I.P. Danny Casolaro, I've read this book and a few dozen articles about The Octopus, truly makes you question whether or not the truth is worth finding.
Beranyle Beranyle
Great book!
After reading this, I understand the mighty octopus (king of the sea!) so much better. Hold on, someone is knocking at my door.