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German far-right terror suspects detained in overnight raids | Germany| News and in-depth reporting from Berlin and beyond | DW

mikenova shared this story . Some 100 police officers raided several properties in the German states of Saxony and Bavaria early on Monday morning as part of an investigation into a far-right terror group called “Revolution Chemnitz,” named after the eastern German city that was the scene of recent far-right demonstrations following the killing of a German man allegedly by migrants. The six men a

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Paul Manafort’s Plea Deal Could Be Bad News For A Bunch Of Washington Operatives

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Manafort plea deal raises key question: What does he know?

Manafort plea deal raises key question: What does he know? News-Herald.com Trump team is ‘terrified’ by Manafort plea deal, Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff says USA TODAY Full coverage

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Global Cyber Challenges of the Future

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UK site leads the way in Skripal case with online savvy

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Merkel’s power slips as veteran ally gets ousted

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Brexit agreement could come in October, Germany’s Merkel says

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Merkel’s loss of right-hand man represents unprecedented revolt

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Pravda

The Kremlin refuses to discuss topic of Skripal poisoning with mass media

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Путин и Курц откроют выставку в Эрмитаже

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Germany

Reuters

Germany uncovers terrorist group which attacked foreigners in Chemnitz

Germany uncovers terrorist group which attacked foreigners in Chemnitz Reuters Germany Arrests 7 Men Suspected of Forming Far-Right Terrorism Ring New York Times Germany arrests 6 suspected far-right extremists in Chemnitz ABC News Neo-Nazi trial puts spotlight on fate of migrants in Germany – AP News AP News German far-right terror suspects detained in overnight raids Deutsche Welle Full coverage

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Germany uncovers far-right terrorist group which attacked foreigners in Chemnitz

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Hot air balloon hits pylon in Germany, with six rescued

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Six arrested for allegedly forming right-wing terror cell in Germany, planning armed attack on foreigners

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UNIAN

Putin trying to undermine situation inside Ukraine ahead of elections – Poroshenko

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The Independent

Salisbury novichok suspects: Kremlin denies any knowledge of GRU colonel identified as suspect

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12:05 PM 9/29/2018 – Salisbury Poisoning

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salisbury poisoning – Google Search mikenova shared this story . “Salis Bury! No Salir! No Exit!” It looks like The Demiurge was trying to establish the communications with “Yours Truly” for some time, already; I found to some surprise.  Salis Bury! Phonetically: Solis bury: Bury your sun!  That’s what he says: Bury your sun, I have a … Continue reading”10:30 AM 9/29/2018 – “Mi ripigneva là dove ’l sol tace” – “Salis Bury! No Salir! No Exit!””

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1:10 PM 9/28/2018

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mikenov on Twitter: deutsche bank and trump – Google News: House Intel GOP Withholds Rohrabacher and Wasserman Schultz’s Russia Probe Transcripts – Daily Beast news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&… #trump #feedly
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mikenov on Twitter: Viral Video Of Jared Kushner’s Expression After Trump’s Press Conference Says It All comicsands.com/viral-video-of… #trump #feedly
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Saved Stories – None: Tropical Storm Kirk winds at 50 mph as it moves into Caribbean – Florida Today
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11:58 AM 9/27/2018

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Saved Stories – None: Russia Dismisses Claims That Spy Poisoning Suspect Is Military Colonel
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Saved Stories – None: 5:04 AM 9/27/2018 – Bellingcat and other cats, fat and otherwise: Salisbury poisoning suspect named as a Russian colonel by UK media
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10:34 AM 9/25/2018 – Declassify the Russia investigation documents

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mikenova shared this story .ShareShareEmailPrintPresident Donald Trump’s decision to allow the Justice Department’s inspector general to review documents related to the ongoing Russia probe is a smart step toward transparency in this lengthy, opaque investigation.Mr. Trump announced last week that he planned to unilaterally declassify the documents, including the secret court order to spy on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.That American citizens still know so little about the alleged interference is appalling. The investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election has been going for nearly a year and a half and our country is no closer to the answers it so badly deserves.Read more Blade editorialsDid the Russian interference have a meaningful impact on the outcome of the election? Did high-level members of either presidential campaign work in coordination with Russian officials? Why did the FBI, under President Barack Obama, monitor members of the Trump campaign without informing candidate Trump his staffers were under investigation?With the midterm elections looming and the U.S. taxpayers still footing the bill for this lengthy investigation, at least some answers would be expected by now. But average Americans are still in the dark.Declassifying some of the documents related to the monitoring of Mr. Page might answer some of the most critical, lingering questions. Considering the concerns surrounding the FBI — it would seem the bureau has become dangerously politicized — the court order authorizing the surveillance of Mr. Page could offer citizens the chance to review the evidence and come to their own conclusions.Mr. Trump was smart to back off his initial, unilateral declaration and entrust the Justice Department’s inspector general with the review. An executive fiat declassifying those documents could only have been interpreted as a raw political move, and the president would be wise to avoid those kind of decisions wherever he can. But the American people deserve the unvarnished truth.

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Signup to receive the Early Edition in your inbox here.Before the start of business, Just Security provides a curated summary of up-to-the-minute developments at home and abroad. Here’s today’s news.TRUMP-RUSSIAPresident Trump will meet Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Thursday amid speculation that Rosenstein could be replaced. The development follows a New York Times article last week reporting that Rosenstein – who is overseeing special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election – had suggested wearing a wire to secretly record Trump in the White House, Demetri Sevastopulo and Kadhim Shubber report at the Financial Times.“At the request of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein … he and President Trump had an extended conversation to discuss the recent news stories,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement, adding that “because the President is at the United Nations General Assembly and has a full schedule with leaders around the world, they will meet on Thursday when the President returns to Washington, D.C.” Rosenstein allegedly headed to the White House yesterday morning expecting to be fired, The Daily Beast reports.“We’ll be determining what’s going on,” Trump said yesterday afternoon regarding Thursday’s meeting, adding that “we want to have transparency, we want to have openness … I look forward to meeting with him.” Jonathan Allen, Pete Williams, Nicolle Wallace and Julia Ainsley report at NBC.Democrats in Congress and former federal prosecutors yesterday called on G.O.P. lawmakers to speak out in favor of protecting Mueller’s investigation, amidst rumors regarding Rosenstein’s removal. “Congress must take immediate steps,” commented Rep. Val Demings (Fl.), while U.S. attorney for the southern district of New York Preet Bharara sent a message on Twitter saying: “time to protect the Mueller investigation. Now,” Tom McCarthy, Martin Pengelly and Julian Borger report at the Guardian.Former F.B.I. Deputy Director Andrew McCabe yesterday cautioned that Rosenstein’s departure – whether through resignation or dismissal – would put the Mueller probe at risk. “If the rumors of Deputy AG’s [sic.] Rosenstein’s departure are true, I am deeply concerned that it puts that investigation at risk,” McCabe said in a statement, adding: “there is nothing more important to the integrity of law enforcement and the rule of law than protecting the investigation of Special Counsel Mueller … I sacrificed personally and professionally to help put the investigation on a proper course and subsequently made every effort to protect it,” Olivia Beavers reports at the Hill.Solicitor general Noel Francisco would serve as the Department of Justice (D.O.J) official overseeing the Russia investigation should Rosenstein be ousted. The supervisory role includes discussing budgets, approving indictments, deciding whether Mueller can venture into new territory and – if it were to cause to do so – deciding whether to fire Mueller, Ken Dilanian reports at NBC.Rosenstein’s complex portfolio may complicate attempts to remove him from office. Two overlapping federal laws could come into play if Mr. Rosenstein steps down: 28 U.S.C. § 508 and the Federal Vacancies Reform Act of 1998, Jacob Gershman explains at the Wall Street Journal.“The initial shock of Rosenstein is still being felt in Washington … the aftershocks the move sets off will be shaking our political system for the next … weeks and months,” Chris Cillizza comments in an overview of the developments at CNN.An analysis of the likely effect of Rosenstein’s removal on the Mueller probe is provided by Darren Samuelsohn and Josh Gerstein at POLITICO.KAVANAUGH CONFIRMATIONA third woman is expected to make public accusations of sexual misconduct against supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh this week, according to her high profile attorney Michael Avenatti, further intensifying the uncertainty surrounding Kavanaugh’s appointment. Avenatti has claimed that the woman has asked to testify at Thursday’s hearing at which the Senate Judiciary Committee is set to hear from California professor Christine Blasey Ford –the first of the three women to make public allegations regarding Kavanaugh, Joanna Walters reports at the Guardian.Kavanaugh yesterday mounted an “aggressive” defense, pledging to fight the “smears” and stating that he will not withdraw his nomination. The judge – alongside his wife Ashley Estes Kavanaugh – gave a televised interview with Fox News’ Martha MacCallum in which he vowed to “defend my integrity, my lifelong record,” and claimed that he “never sexually assaulted anyone, in high school or otherwise,” Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Catie Edmondson report at the New York Times.Kavanaugh has also written to Judiciary Committee Chair Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Ia.) and ranking member Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), telling the lawmakers that he will “not be intimidated” by the fresh allegations. “The coordinated effort to destroy my good name will not drive me out … the vile threats of violence against my family will not drive me out … the last-minute character assassination will not succeed,” Kavanaugh writes, adding “these are smears, pure and simple … and they debase our public discourse … but they are also a threat to any man or woman who wishes to serve our country,” The Daily Beast reports.President Trump – alongside other congressional Republicans –reaffirmed his support for Kavanaugh yesterday, telling reporters that the judge “is a fine man with an unblemished past … these are highly unsubstantiated statements from people represented by lawyers … Judge Kavanaugh is an outstanding person … and I am with him all the way.” Trump characterized the series of allegations as “one of the single most unfair, unjust things to happen to a candidate for anything … it is totally political,” Rebecca Shabad reports at NBC.Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) took to the Senate floor yesterday to defend Kavanaugh, describing the allegations a “smear campaign” and promising a vote to confirm the judge “in the near future.” Natalie Andrews and Kristina Peterson report at the Wall Street Journal.President of the Ethics and Public Policy Center Edward Whelan has offered his resignation, after having suggested that Blasey Ford was mistaken in accusing Kavanaugh and taking to Twitter to present a case implicating one of his classmates – a move he has subsequently described as “an appalling and inexcusable mistake of judgment.” The organization’s board did not accept the resignation, choosing to place Whelan – who is a friend of Kavanaugh’s – on leave instead, Matt Stevens reports at the New York Times.The politicization of the Supreme Court confirmation process has “already has taken a toll on Americans’ perceptions of the Supreme Court,” Gerald  F. Seib comments at the Wall Street Journal, arguing that there is a crisis of confidence in the established institutions of democracy, and citing Mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel to suggest that it is cities outside of Washington that “have become the places driving policy, economic and intellectual advances.”“We need to seriously consider the ground rules that permit any president from precluding the F.B.I. from following up on logical investigative leads they deem pertinent,” Frank Figgliuzi argues at NBC, pointing at Trumps ability – and apparent unwillingness – to request that the bureau re-open its background inquiry into Kavanaugh “with one phone call.”U.N. GENERAL ASSEMBLYMore than 130 heads of state and government are attending the U.N. General Assembly in New York this week, with “a burgeoning debate over two competing world views: national sovereignty and multilateralism” set to overshadow the proceedings. President Trump will address the General Assembly this morning and will lead a Security Council meeting tomorrow focusing on non-proliferation, with North Korea, Iran and Syria amongst topics for discussion, Farnaz Fassihi and Valentina Pop report at the Wall Street Journal.The Security Council yesterday condemned the assault on an Iranian military parade over the weekend that killed dozens of people, describing the attack as “heinous and cowardly” in a statement. “The members of the Security Council condemned in the strongest terms the heinous and cowardly terrorist attack that took place in the Islamic Republic of Iran, in Ahvaz, on 22 September,” the statement reads, adding that the attack “resulted in at least 24 people killed, including children, and 60 others injured,” Michael Burke reports at the Hill.Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said that he has no plans to meet President Trump while at the General Assembly, citing U.S. hostility toward Tehran and claiming that the Trump administration turned its back on diplomacy by withdrawing from the 2015 international nuclear deal, in an interview with NBC news yesterday. NBC reports.Trump has used the General Assembly to adopt a noticeably softer tone towards North Koreapraising North Korean leader Kim Jong-un as “terrific” one year after he “eviscerated” him from the same platform. Trump used his debut address to the General Assembly a year ago to threaten to “totally destroy” North Korea and disparaged Kim as “rocket man,” but yesterday Trump cited “tremendous progress” in averting Pyongyang’s nuclear and ballistic missile tests and described the present as  a “much different time,” AFP reports.U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is set to call on the international community to follow Britain’s lead and take additional steps to clamp down on the use of chemical weapons, in a speech to the General Assembly tomorrow. Laura Hughes reports at the Financial Times.Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on the fringes of the General Assembly, an Israeli official announced yesterday. Reuters reports.While Trump’s behavior at the General Assembly is set to dominate media attention – “the quietly growing influence of China” is proving another source of concern for many diplomats, with Beijing increasing its budget contributions and starting to assert its world view on the international organization.  Patrick Wintour explains at the Guardian.An explainer on “what we’re looking out for at the U.N.” is provided by Michael Schwirtz and Rick Gladstone at the New York TimesA report on the issues that will dominate the debate at the General Assembly is provided by Colum Lynch at Foreign Policy.SYRIAThe main jihadist group in northwest Syria – Tahrir al-Sham – will announce its stance on the Turkish-Russian deal for Idlib within the next few days, it announced yesterday. The group’s acceptance or rejection will likely prove “vital” to the success of the deal – which is set to create a demilitarized buffer zone in the rebel-held province, Reuters reports.Moscow will reinforce Syria’s air defenses following the downing of a Russian reconnaissance plane last week by providing a modern S-300 system to the Syrian military within two weeks, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced yesterday. 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LARGO — On Friday, a caseworker visited the apartment Jordan Belliveau shared with his mother, police said.

On Sunday, phone screens lit up with an Amber Alert that the 2-year-old boy was missing, sparking an intensive search by police.

On Tuesday, authorities found his body in a wooded area tucked behind the Largo Sports Complex. Largo police detectives arrested his mother, 21-year-old Charisse Stinson, in the child’s death.

The case has rattled the community, devastated family members and made some question how a child on the radar of multiple child welfare agencies could have fallen so far through the cracks.

“Jordan was failed by the system,” his former foster parents said in a statement. “He was failed by many people who should have protected him but didn’t.”

Stinson initially told authorities that a man had offered her and Jordan a ride Saturday night while they were walking near Belcher Road and East Bay Drive. The man, identified as “Antwan,” knocked her unconscious, she said. She woke up in Largo Central Park without Jordan.

Police Lt. Randall Chaney said Wednesday that detectives believe that was all a lie.

“During her interview, she would constantly change what she was saying based on the line of questioning,” Chaney said, characterizing the young mother as “deceptive.” “There was no feeling with them that there was any remorse, only her attempting to escape the reality of the story by making things up as she went.”

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According to an arrest report, Stinson told police during questioning that she struck 2-year-old Jordan Belliveau in the face “during a moment of frustration” after the child suffered an “unexplained, serious injury” to his right leg.

She told police she hit the child in the face with the back of her hand early Sunday, causing his head to strike a wall in her home.

The blow caused him to have seizures, according to the report.

As his condition worsened, according to the report, Stinson took Jordan to a wooded area during the night and left him there. Injuries found on the child’s body are consistent with what she said, according to the report.

Detectives received information from a third party about the location of Belliveau’s body, Chaney said. Authorities found him in the woods east of Lake Avenue NE and McMullen Road behind a baseball field at the Largo Sports Complex. It’s unknown whether Jordan was dead or alive when he was dropped in the woods.

Detectives arrested Stinson on Tuesday on first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse charges. While detectives believe she acted alone, they are still looking for a passerby who may have encountered her Saturday night near the 7-Eleven at 1200 E Bay Drive.

Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge Nancy Moate Ley ordered Stinson held without bail on the murder charge and $500,000 for the child abuse charge at Stinson’s first appearance Wednesday. She also appointed a public defender for Stinson, who said she could not afford a lawyer.

As the case worked its way through the court system, more details emerged on Jordan’s short life.

Family members and police confirmed Jordan had recently reunited with his mother after a stay in foster care.

His former foster parents, Sam and Juliet Warren, said in a statement the child had lived with them from January 2017 until he was returned to Stinson on May 31. The Florida Department of Children and Families said in a statement Wednesday that it would conduct a special review of prior contact with the child.

Family members and friends of the child’s father, who is also named Jordan, had biting words for the child’s mother, speaking to reporters after the court hearing.

“Why should she be given a chance? My grandson was not given a chance,” said his grandmother, Jessica Belliveau. The “death penalty’s too easy. I want her to live her life out knowing what she did to my grandson.”

They also expressed frustration at what they said was a failure of the child welfare system.

“Where was the caseworker?” said the child’s great aunt, Nakishia Pressley. “Where were you? Why didn’t you check up on this baby?”

The caseworker who visited Jordan and his mother’s Largo apartment on Friday was from Directions for Living, according to police. The Clearwater agency is a subcontractor of Eckerd Connects, which contracts with DCF to run foster care in Pinellas and Pasco counties.

Directions released this statement from president and CEO April Lott:

“We are devastated to learn the tragic details of this case as they have unfolded. We grieve alongside Jordan’s family and our community as we process this heartbreaking information.”

Lott said her organization is working with investigators in the case but would not release any other information.

DCF and Eckerd representatives said their agencies had prior contact with the family but did not release further details Wednesday. So did the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, which conducts child welfare investigations.

Jessica Belliveau added that welfare workers were planning to conduct a study of her home Wednesday to consider whether Jordan could live with her. Stinson was unemployed and being evicted from her apartment, she said.

“He’s got a whole family,” Pressley said. “All of us would have pitched in.”

Records show Jordan’s parents had a tumultuous relationship with allegations of domestic violence flying between them. Jessica Belliveau and Pressley said they believe Stinson killed the child out of revenge. The elder Jordan had broken up with Stinson in July, they said.

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“She told him she was going to make him hurt like he made her hurt,” said another great aunt, Sheryl Pressley.

Adding to the complication is that Stinson is pregnant, Jessica Belliveau said. The grandmother said she’s planning to take that child.

“She will not hurt another baby again, and I put that on Jesus,” she said.

On Wednesday, photos from Jordan’s former foster parents circulated online. The child smiled in almost all of them, beneath a head of curly brown hair, wearing a onesie that said “Flexin’ Friday” in one, holding an American flag in another, reaching toward the camera on the hip of his foster mom in a third.

“Jordan was filled with joy,” the Warrens said. “Most folks knew the Jordan that was laid back with an easy smile and a twinkle in his eye. He was our ‘Mr. Chuckles.’”

When asked what the loss meant for his family, Jessica Belliveau answered quickly.

“Our world.”

Contact Kathryn Varn at (727) 893-8913 or <a href=”mailto:kvarn@tampabay.com”>kvarn@tampabay.com</a>. Times staff writer Christopher O’Donnell contributed to this report.

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– Composer: Dmitri Dmitriyevich Shostakovich (25 September 1906 — 9 August 1975) – Performers: St. Lawrence String Quartet – Year of recording: 2006 String Quartet No. 8 in C minor, Op. 110, written in 1960. 00:00 – I. Largo 05:36 – II. Allegro molto 08:18 – III. Allegretto 12:39 – IV. Largo 18:36 – V. Largo The String Quartet No. 8 is a complex, melancholy work written while Shostakovich was visiting Dresden, Germany, in 1960, where he was to provide music for the film Five Days-Five Nights. There, amid the rubble still visible from the Allied bombings during World War II, he was inspired to composed this quartet in remembrance of the victims of both Hitler and Stalin. The work is cast in five continuous movements and contains numerous thematic references to other works by Shostakovich. – The first movement, marked Largo, opens with the now famous motto theme derived from the composer’s initials, DSCH (given in its German equivalents as D, E flat, C, and B natural). It is treated fugally in this dark and tense movement, and later there are thematic quotations from Shostakovich’s First and Fifth symphonies.

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In a very slow tempo, usually considered to be slower than adagio, and with great dignity. Used chiefly as a direction.

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LIFE MAGAZINE
THE SNARLING DEATH OF ROY M. COHN
Elevated by Joe McCarthy, felled by AIDS, he went with no regrets
March 1988
By Nicholas von Hoffman

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Four months before the end, a haggard Cohn posed willingly, just as he’d sought the spotlight with McCarthy 35 years earlier.

A the time of his death on August 2, 1986, Roy Cohn was 59 and a generation had come to adulthood knowing of no senator named Joe McCarthy. But people born in the 1940s or earlier remember Cohn and his master performing on television. They remember coming home to be hushed by a mother or aunt who was watching the hearings; they remember a father’s opinion, expressed at the family table when families still ate together. Roy served as chief counsel on Senator McCarthy’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. But exactly what was the subversive menace that Cohn investigated?

Today the United States, alone among the major democracies, has no Communists, no socialists, no anarchists, no left-wing political groups except in microscopic numbers. Few Americans under 50 have seen or heard a Communist who didn’t speak with a foreign accent. The purging of American society in which Roy Cohn took such a conspicuous part in the early 1950s may seem like a gratuitously malevolent lunacy. In actuality, domestic Communism posed a problem like that posed by the Catholic Church to Protestant England in Elizabeth I’s time. Both were sometimes public, sometimes clandestine organizations ideologically connected to a foreign power. Some of the members of the CPUSA were connected to the Soviet Union of Joseph Stalin.

The fact that these smart, tough men and women often did not identify themselves as Communists gave non-Communists a permanent case of the jitters. Citizens were taken before commissions, subcommittees, grand juries, courts and other instruments of inquiry. They were asked, by Roy Cohn and others, that terrible question: “Are you now or have you ever been a member of the Communist party?

For younger people, however, Roy Cohn was simply another name for a très smart lawyer, for Disco Dan, for the international, I-go-by-private-plane man. He hosted parties in Washington; he was a lawyer with famous friends and rich, rich clients. He was a figure very tough and in on things, a champion of the underdog, though definitely running with the overdog pack. He nested on the nighttime radio call-in shows; he spread his wings over Koppel on Nightline. He appeared to be able to avoid all taxes and all penalties, maybe because he was connected, or on the A list, or known to the headwaiters and hostesses of New York.

But just as his Communist foes hid their secret beliefs, Roy Cohn hid his private life as a homosexual. When AIDS killed him in the bloom of the Reagan years, the public discourse had turned to family values and Americanism. The triumph of patriotic kitsch must have pleased Cohn, for he himself reveled in little flag-waving displays. At his parties he’d haul people to their feet to sing “God Bless America,” evidently his favorite song, and though he was a lifelong operagoer, Roy’s idea of a good time was to sing patriotic ditties at a piano bar in Provincetown, on Cape Cod. A friend recalled going home early one summer evening, and, on inquiring the next morning about the rest of the night, being told, “We all stood around the piano. Roy sang three choruses of ‘God Bless America,’ got a hard-on and went home to bed.”

My vision of him in my youth was like everybody else’s. I was living down in Texas, reading about the McCarthy era and was appalled, since I was a very liberal kid, raised in a liberal tradition, and I thought he was just the devil incarnate. But after I came to New York and was a little more cynical myself I got a big kick out of watching him operate here. This (New York) was really his dominion. And, you know, to the end of his life he remained this very strange Jewish son who was still trying to please his mother and father’s portrait over his piano. – Liz Smith, syndicated gossip columnist.

Labor Day, 1984. Provincetown was readying itself for another night of dancing and partying, for this was the last holiday of the season. Lying on a chaise on the deck of Roy’s cottage, Russell Eldridge was sick. He was 20 years younger than Roy, but misfortune had come to Russell first. At one time or another Russell had done everything for Roy but get into bed with him. He had mixed the drinks, cut Roy’s hair, brought in the cash from Roy’s various businesses. He ran strange errands, such as rounding up the night’s boys at the Boat Slip bar in Provincetown. Gay people, straight people cottoned to Russell. He had a way of being a part of Roy’s madnesses and yet standing apart from them, looking on with sardonic good humor. Years ago he was supposed to have been wicked, the mean kind of man hustler. He had outgrown his bad self, but now Russell was 50 pounds lighter, a shaking scarecrow, wrapped in towels and lying on Roy’s deck.

There had been great times in Provincetown, but this time Russell hadn’t wanted to come. He couldn’t even walk by himself. “He knew he’d have to pretend he was feeling better than he was for Roy,” Russell’s friend Sue Greenig remembers. “That’s what he did until he couldn’t pretend anymore.” Roy acted as if there were nothing wrong with Russell, though he knew the virus was in both their bodies. Roy wasn’t admitting it, and Russell shouldn’t either.

Roy would look at Russell and say, “Let’s go to dinner,” and they all would put Russell in the car and go, but Russell wasn’t able to eat. Roy wasn’t being cruel. “He was very good with him,” Sue says, “but he refused to let him know that he knew Russell was really sick. Roy didn’t want anybody to baby him.” At the same time Roy could be heard blowing up at Roger, the houseboy, because he didn’t bring Russell orange juice or water quickly enough.

The cottage was jammed with holiday people. It was a small place: Upstairs Peter Fraser and Roy shared the big bedroom, Sue and Russell were in the small one, and downstairs more casual friends came and went. “That’s the way he liked it,” Sue says. “People stacked up.” Roy wasn’t permitting any dying on these premises. “Russell doesn’t have AIDS,” he’d say. “He is fine; he is going to be O.K.”

It was about a year after Russell’s diagnosis that Roy was given his, and it happened the same way, beginning with a visit to the doctor’s office for a small nothing. Roy apparently cut himself shaving, and it wouldn’t stop bleeding. “He went to the doctor,” one of Cohn’s friends recalls, “and they re­moved two growths plus something on his leg.” Roy’s own account, which may be less than 100 percent reliable, was that he was in his plane flying to Washington when the call came through on the radiotelephone telling him that a growth on his ear was malignant. His story to the end was that he had cancer, not AIDS.

Roy thought he’d have six months to live, although in fact he would have two years. To his lover Peter Fraser, 28, it seemed that Roy dealt with the news very practically. “When he found out, he didn’t cry but a couple of tears,” Peter says. “He was thinking about his Aunt Libby and his friends who would be affected by him dying. He tried to make sure I would be taken care of.”

Yet Cohn would die hard; he would clamp onto the doorjambs, and when death yanked him through to the other side, he would go without grace and without the consolations of philosophy, arms flailing, legs kicking. But for now, in the summer of ’84, he made ready. He took out his yellow legal pads and worked on his memoirs. “He just started doing it on the boat or in the sun somewhere,” Peter says. “He’d write longhand, page after page after page.”

The only child of Dora and Albert Cohn was born on February 20, 1927, at Manhattan’s Woman’s Hospital. Roy’s father was a judge who had married into the well-to-do Marcus family. “When Roy was born, he was a cute little baby, an adorable-looking kid, but he had a little spur on his nose and that drove Dora crazy,” one of the family says. “She took him to some surgeon or other who botched the job of trying to get rid of the spur. All his life Roy had that scar down his nose.”

Roy lived at home until Dora died in 1969. He was a middle-aged man before he and this driving, loving, shy, combative woman parted. The young lawyers who worked in Cohn’s law office in the ’50s and ’60s, after he’d returned from Washington, were amused by Dora. They were fond of her in a teasing way. Howard Krantz, one of the associates, recalls that she had a slight speech impediment that caused her to call her son Woy. Dora also called him “my child” so often they came to refer to Roy as “the child.”

Having one’s mother wandering around one’s law office is not the way a practice is ordinarily run, but Roy always said that he mixed his personal and professional lives so thoroughly that they were an amalgam. It was thought he said this only because on his tax returns he wrote off his personal spending as business costs. But Roy was speaking the truth. Mother came and went in the office, and business meetings were often held at Dora’s Park Avenue apartment.

Roy would leave a note at night: “Wake me up at ten o’clock ” This was 1959. One morning Nixon called. Dora picked up the phone at a quarter of ten. He said, “Hello, is Roy there? “She said, “Who’s calling, please? “He said, “This is Vice President Nixon. “And she said, “Could you call him back in fifteen minutes?” He said “Well, I’m at the airport and I’m getting a plane to Washington. ” She said, “I suggest you call him when you get to Washington.” – Neil Walsh, a childhood friend of Cohn’s.

Roy never fussed over anyone the way his mother had fussed over him. But that summer on the Cape, there was a tenderness in the way he helped Russell Eldridge down to the beach. His neighbors next door were struck by his solicitude–markedly different from the pro forma, stylized gestures they were familiar with. For example, Roy asked them to give a dinner party for TV personality Barbara Walters, his friend for 30 years. In the 1950s the two had dated (Roy even said they’d been engaged). Now, visiting the Cape, Barbara was bored and without inner resources, according to Roy. So he made this big, ostentatious entertainment gesture and afterward sent the hosts flowers. But what he did for Russell was private, done for Russell alone.

Russell died in January 1985. Roy and Peter and Ed Gillis, another friend, were in Florida at the time. They flew back the next day, and at dinner that night Gillis said, “Roy didn’t cry, and he wasn’t about to cry. He was angry but very reserved in his anger, and maybe he just cursed the disease and talked about how he had been trying to get somebody in the Office of Management and Budget to increase funding for research.”

The politicians of the gay community held it against Roy, when he was stricken, for not facing the lenses, telling the world he had the disease and campaigning for money for research. Apparently Cohn didn’t use his power or his contacts to help when he was uniquely positioned to do so. But Peter Fraser is certain Roy worked behind the scenes. “While this [his illness] was going on,” Fraser says, “Roy made a call and got a large amount of money-many millions of dollars. Of course, he would never tell anyone he had done it.”

Roy decreed that there should be a memorial service for Russell in the town house on East 68th Street, the moldering old building in Manhattan where Cohn lived and kept his law offices. There was a controversy over whether the casket should be open or closed. Before it was resolved, Roy had a screaming fit about the undertaker, swearing he’d have the man’s license pulled.

The large second-floor living room where Roy had his caviar-and-champagne parties was so crowded that some people had to stand in the hall. Roy, with that marvelous memory still working for him, recited a poem by Omar Khayyam that he said had been his father’s favorite. Russell Eldridge was dead, and now Roy was facing the last full year of his own life.

During the Army-McCarthy hearings of 1954, Cohn was testifying on the stand and he used the moment to pay tribute to Tailgunner Joe [McCarthy]. Afterward we were standing outside the Senate Caucus Room when we were approached by a little old lady. And she really was just that. This tiny little woman with white hair, wearing tennis shoes, with tears coming from her eyes. “Oh, Mr. Cohn, ” she said “I just couldn’t believe your wonderful tribute to the senator. It meant so much to me. ” Cohn turned to me–although she was standing right there–with that cold look he had. “I almost believed it myself ” he said. She looked like she had been hit with a whip, and l said to him: “You dirty SOB.”-historian William Manchester.

People would put the question to Roy, but the only ones who knew for certain that Cohn had AIDS were Peter Fraser and law partner Tom Bolan. Robert Blecker recalls going to see Cohn at his small stone house in Greenwich, Conn., a charming place in a glen by the side of a fast-running brook. Blecker, a New York Law School professor, had ghost-written one of Roy’s books. “We talked a lot about life and the meaning of it, and his illness,” Blecker says. “I asked Roy, ‘You don’t have AIDS, do you?’ And he said, ‘Oh, God, no! If I had AIDS, I would have thrown myself out the window of the hospital. I have liver cancer. There would be no reason to stick around and live if I had AIDS.’ He was denying it to somebody who knew he was gay–with whom he was open about being gay–and who knew he was very sick.”

For as long as he could, as hard as he could, Roy forced himself to carry on his normal life. He lunched, he partied, he water-skied, he traveled. He kept the telephone in his ear; he kept moving in business, politics, deal making and even in sex. And he continued to practice what one colleague called his “other perversion “–publicity.

New York lawyer Roy Cohn is flanked by U.S. Information Agency Director Charles Wick and Sen. Chic Hecht (R.-Nev.) after Cohn received the Americanism Award at a Washington reception over the weekend. President Reagan congratulated Cohn via video. -the New York Post March 1985

Peter Fraser had been delighted to meet the President when Roy took him to dinner at the White House a few years before. Peter traveled as Cohn’s “office manager.” “We went into a small room,” Fraser recalls. “Several people were milling there. Roy said, ‘Why don’t you come meet a friend of mine?’ As I was walking over, I scuffed my shoe and the sole came off. I was dragging my foot so I wouldn’t go flop-flop, and Roy said, ‘I want you to meet the President and Mrs. Reagan.’ The President was very warm. He was probably so nice to me because he thought I was handicapped. This poor boy dragging his foot.”

Peter and Roy were a complementary pair–Roy from the grand world and Peter from a distant rural one. He had grown up on a farm in New Zealand. The name Roy Cohn didn’t evoke in Peter what it did in Americans. “People would ask me how could I be associated with somebody who did all these awful things in the 1950s,” he says. “I don’t know about any of that.”

“Once, at a lunch given by [New York socialite] C.Z. Guest, he introduced me as Sir Peter Fraser. I thought: Oh, God! What are you doing? The next day it was in the Eugenia Sheppard column. She wrote about who came to C.Z.’s for lunch–Peter Fraser, the Prime Minister of New Zealand.”

Roy liked to play games with his friends in the gossip columns, and not always nice ones. A lawyer closely associated with Roy in the 1960s remembers, “He once let something happen in a column, something like, ‘Rumors are circulating that Roy Cohn may be tying the knot with So-and-so.’ Miss So-and-so would be calling the office to talk to him because she didn’t know anything about it. He’d dodge her. His secretary would say, ‘So-and-so is calling. She’s called four times this morning. She wants to know about the Jack O’Brian column.’ He’d say, ‘Tell her I’ll talk to her tomorrow. I gotta run.’ And it was he who planted the item!”

In the early 1950s my wife and I lived in a small one-room apartment on West 70th Street, and we had Roy to dinner. I had known Roy since we went to high school together. I remember Roy came in and said, “Can I use the telephone? “He dialed the operator and said so we could hear it “Get me Walter Winchell at the Boca Raton Hotel in Boca Raton, Florida. “He got Winchell on the phone, and he proceeded to plot out with Winchell how to do something nasty to Jimmy Wechsler. James Wechsler had been a young Communist, but by then he was a columnist on the New York Post, or perhaps even the editor, and had long since given that up. And here was Roy Cohn saying, “Now, Walter, we could play this up, and we could do that, “and listening to this thing, I should have said, if I had had any guts, “Roy, that’s outrageous”, please leave. “But I didn’t.” – Anthony Lewis, columnist for The New York Times

Roy wanted to do everything and go everywhere one more time. Half his life he had spent traveling. He could never stay still, he didn’t have the attention span for it, so in the summer of 1985 he took off for Monte Carlo. When he got back, he took off in the August heat for Israel with Peter and two Republican senators, Jesse Helms from North Carolina and Chic Hecht, a backbencher from Nevada who was devoted to Roy. The Israeli military took their important guests off on automobile and airplane tours; they kept moving until eight o’clock in the evening.

All the while Roy was taking shots of Interferon, which, says Peter, not only was sapping his body but, worse, was affecting Roy’s mind. “It wasn’t so much a dementia, it was more disorientation and confusion. Sometimes he would all of a sudden realize he’d said something totally wacky.” This would panic Roy, and then depress him, because the one thing he’d always prided himself on was his intellect, being fast on his feet. “How he ever struggled through that trip…” marvels Tom Bolan. “When he came back, he had had it.”

With his old friends, Roy no longer had the self-mastery to hide his trouble. Barbara Walters recalls an emotional lunch they had in a restaurant when he returned from Israel. As the tears ran down his face, she tried to distract him with news and bits of gossip. Afterward she told friends that if his cancer was a judgment from God, then Roy Cohn had been punished enough.

He was engaged at one time to Barbara Walters and his mother broke that up. Dora used to call me and say, “Have you seen him out with ‘that girl’?” She’d say, “I’m not mentioning the name. I’d say, “Then don’t ask me. “Barbara took it long enough, and I guess Roy realized it wouldn’t work out. – Mrs. George Sokolsky, widow of the Hearst newspaper columnist of the 1950s

By the fall of ’85 Roy was having trouble breathing and was suffering from short-term memory loss. The Roy Cohn barter-and-swap exchange, specializing in deals, favors and reciprocities of all kinds, was in abeyance. When Si Newhouse’s son Sam wanted the impossible–a berth for his yacht at the East 23rd Street marina–the chore fell to one of Roy’s law partners, Stanley Friedman. (Friedman was later to be convicted on unrelated corruption charges.) For 40 years Roy had been taking care of the Newhouses, billionaire owners of newspapers and magazines, and for 40 years the Newhouses had been taking care of Roy. No longer.

In early November he went to Bethesda, Md., outside Washington, for treatment at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. He used his clout to get to the head of the line for AZT, then an experimental drug. But as he began his long dying, Cohn lost control over the image he had always projected of himself. Ambitious reporters, greedy people, old enemies began to move in on his secrets. “Roy Cohn Reported on Verge of Death,” blared the New York Daily News, the city’s largest-circulation paper. The little Chelsea Clinton News headlined, “Cohn Has AIDS?” and then answered its own question: “Roy Cohn, reported in the Daily News and The New York Times as having liver cancer, is being treated by Dr. Bijan Safai, whose field of expertise is Kaposi’s sarcoma, a form of AIDS.”

The deathwatch was on. Michelle Golden, a young real estate dealer and daughter of a powerful Brooklyn politician, calculated the commercial opportunities. She began calling Roy’s law firm in hopes of getting the listing for the town house on 68th Street. It would sell for millions, and so Golden persisted, phoning seven times and meeting twice with Stanley Friedman about future dispositions of property. Roy would have appreciated her grasping hand.

Cohn responded to the AZT. But the files hint at a not wholly cooperative patient: “… Reinforce need for celibate state … Caution against spread of disease … Pat [patient] stated somewhat reluctant to become celibate… On the other hand, “Patient asked for information on sexual practices. I [an unnamed doctor] stated that the safest sex was none but if he wanted to have sex, he would need to use condoms and especially inform his partner that he had AIDS.”

Roy wasn’t confined to the hospital. Once he went to downtown Washington for lunch, and he made sure the event found its way into the gossip columns. There was a fighting, in-character quote: “I’m recovering faster and better than anyone anticipated. Those people who have had me at death’s door may be surprised to see Roy Cohn leaving his deathbed to have lunch at the posh Madison Hotel in Washington.”

Peter Fraser, however, remembers the bouts of dementia. “He would say things like, “The six senators who were here this afternoon–I’m going to talk to them, and you are all going to be sorry. That wasn’t Roy, it was the disease.”

Peter goes on: “Once I woke up, hearing him, and asked, ‘Roy, what’s wrong?’ This was the one time he reacted negatively to me. He said, ‘You! You tried to kill me. Get out!’ It wasn’t until about seven a.m.–we were up all night with the doctors, talking to him–that he was finally convinced I hadn’t tried to kill him and that I was his friend.” They would celebrate Thanksgiving six times because Roy couldn’t remember eating the turkey.

After three weeks of treatments, Cohn was discharged on November 23. Telegrams came. “I just learned that you are being sent home from the hospital,” read one. “Nancy and I are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. May our Lord bless you with courage and strength. Take care and know that you have our concern. Ronald Reagan.” During the last months, there was a succession of such messages. Each one was framed and hung in the den of the house in Greenwich.

In Palm Beach before Christmas, Roy told Lois Romano of the Washington Post that his liver cancer was in remission. But he confessed to musing about his funeral. “I’ve envisioned who would be strong enough to give the eulogy,” he said. “I’ve even imagined White House meetings, with them trying to decide whether the President or Mrs. Reagan would attend. [I’ve imagined] what this senator said, what that senator said. It was really as though I had passed away and I was back on the scene from some place above or below.”

In March 1986, looking awful, Roy was interviewed on “60 Minutes.” Mike Wallace put it to him: Are you now or have you ever been a homosexual? Ditto with AIDS. Roy fought it off the best he could: “I’ll tell you categorically, I do not have AIDS.” Well, then how did all this talk about you get started? “Oh, it’s a cinch, Mike. Take this set of facts: bachelor, unmarried, middle-aged–well, young middle-aged. The stories go back to the [McCarthy] days.”

At home he talked about suicide. He would use his store of Valium and sleeping pills, he told Peter. “One night I woke up,” Fraser says, “and I heard the rattling of the pills and the bottles. Roy was out of bed going through his medicine bag, trying to open bottles that he could never open, because they’re all childproof.”

“What are you doing?” Peter wanted to know.

“I’m trying to get enough pills to finish it,” Roy told him.

“O.K.”

“I can’t get the damn bottle open …. Open it.”

“No,” Peter said, “you open it, and if you can’t, go back to bed.” Roy threw the bottles down and went back to bed.

As attached as he was to Peter, Roy still kept in contact with other boyfriends. Peter says, “Of course, I used to get extremely jealous. He would fly Mark in every couple of months from San Francisco. He would always try to keep it secret, and I would always find out. Roy used to think I had a spy. I’d see the tickets being delivered to the office, or I’d see a bill from the travel agent, and I’d make Roy’s life miserable.”

“What’s he coming in for?” Peter would demand.

“I’m dying, goddamit! “Roy would shout back. “It may be the last time I see him.”

“You said that the last four times!”

The New York Bar Association had begun disbarment proceedings against Cohn. He was charged with unethical conduct in four old cases he’d handled. One of Roy’s defense team remembers that rather than slipping discreetly into the closed hearing room that spring, Roy would tool down Fifth Avenue in a red Cadillac, top down, and swagger into the NYBA offices. In federal trials in 1964, 1969 and 1971 Roy had been acquitted on a variety of more serious charges. But this time his enemies prevailed. Peter Fraser was with Roy in Greenwich when he got the news in June that he was a lawyer no more.

“I had been taking all his calls and making all his calls for him,” says Peter. “But he happened to be by the phone as it rang. He picked it up and it was [TV reporter] Gabe Pressman, asking if Roy had any comment on his disbarment.

Of course Roy said, ‘I couldn’t care less.’ Then he went up to his room. He talked to Tom Bolan and cried, and from that day on I had to force him to eat. He just wouldn’t eat.”

In July, instead of taking off for Provincetown as he’d always done, Roy went to the hospital again in Maryland, his last trip. Shortly before he left, a friend going away on vacation popped in, and Roy told him, “I don’t think I’ll be here when you come back, so goodbye.”

In New York it was common knowledge that Roy was hospitalized again. Among those gays who’d made the disco scene in the last wild years before the plague, there were remarks to the effect that if anybody would get the infection, it would have to be Roy M. Cohn, such was his behavior. One man, seized with a hatred of operatic proportions, went around Greenwich Village boasting that he had arranged to put Roy together with an infected lover. The story was malarkey, but it showed the depth of Roy’s still unforgiven crimes.

During the last few weeks of Cohn’s life a Jack Anderson–Dale Van Atta column publicized inside information about his AZT treatments and his ghastly suffering. The two journalists were attacked for breaking the seal of medical secrecy, and the NIH let it be known that prosecution was not out of the question, thereby certifying the story.

If he had been able to add his voice to the quarreling about this last shot of publicity, doubtless Roy would have come down against Anderson, whom he’d broken with long ago. However, before falling sick, Roy had told a friend that at the beginning of the Nixon-McGovern campaign of 1972, it was he who had arranged for Senator Thomas Eagleton’s medical history to be made public. The news that the Democratic candidate for Vice-President had once been treated with electroshock therapy for depression forced Eagleton off the ticket. Of course, Roy didn’t do everything he said he did. He liked to take credit for other men’s villainies when he could.

At about six in the morning, before the August heat could build, death finally stilled him. Roy in his hospital bed gasped his last, and Peter was there holding his hand. Some 400 or more came to the memorial service in October, including Senator Hecht, but not the President and First Lady. It must have been a prickly problem for the Reagans, who practiced the politics of propriety with the same unyielding rigidity as Roy had. Perhaps on account of their show business background, the Reagans have a history of personal tolerance toward homosexuals. Several worked on his gubernatorial staff in California until a scandal forced their resignations. Yet during all these years, Ronald Reagan, like Roy himself, has never supported gay rights legislation. In his casket Roy wore a tie bearing the President’s name.

He gives not only to big charities, but little charities. I can give you dozens of instances. A man who loves people, loves animals. He once jumped into a river to save a dog. He is a man who likes to help the underdog. He has always been a sucker for a letter from a person in prison, much to his great disappointment later, but he has helped people without counsel. He has helped big people, judges, lawyers, without fee, because he felt the charges against them were unfair. He does the work of any five lawyers. – Tom Bolan, testifying at the disbarment hearings of Roy Cohn.

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The astonishing true story of the German military intelligence organization dedicated to Nazi victory – commanded by a man who was dedicated to Nazi defeat. It was primarily from the Abwehr that Hitler and his top generals got the information they used in planning the subjugation of Europe. But to this day few people know the full story of how the commander of that organization, Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, and some of his trusted subordinates, deliberately and secretly contributed to the downfall of Nazi Germany. high treason against Hitler’s government originated within the Abwehr; at least three attempts on the Fuhrer’s life were secretly planned, ordered, and carried out by its personnel. From 1938 until the last months of the war, Abwehr officers balanced on the sword’s edge and did it so well that detection and terrible retribution came only when the armies of America and the Soviet Union were approaching Berlin. After peace came, strict orders were issued against revealing much that is now detailed in this book. Lauran Paine was associated with U.S. intelligence operations for over thirty years. He was also the author of “The CIA At Work” and several other books on intelligence matters. (less)
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German Military Intelligence in World War II: The Abwehr
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The SkyLeaks Special: “Ahz Zokhut Khudo” (Mountain Jewish): “Just out of the Lord’s bathroom (As clean and true as it gets)”.

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“Ahz Zokhut Khudo”: “Just Out Of The Lord’s Bathroom”  (Mountain Jewish Language, a dialect of one of the old Persian languages)

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9:21 AM 8/14/2018 – “Ge, Noa!” | “Ge” or no “Ge” (“salami” or no “salami”), but that’s how it is. – M. Noa

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Mollie Tibbetts, University of Iowa student, missing: A timeline of events
 

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The search for missing University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts has entered its third week, as investigators comb through evidence and tips related to the 20-year-old Iowa resident’s disappearance.

Tibbetts was last seen jogging near her hometown of Brooklyn, Iowa, on July 18, about an hour’s drive away from Pella. She was staying at her boyfriend’s house at the time to watch his dogs while he was out of town.

The next day, when Tibbetts failed to show up for work, her boyfriend, Dalton Jack, and family became concerned and reported her missing.

MOLLIE TIBBETTS’ FATHER SAYS HE IS PUTTING HIS FAITH IN THE INVESTIGATORS

Investigators have interviewed dozens of people and searched a nearby hog farm, cornfields and other properties for any trace of Tibbetts — but so far, their efforts have all come up short.

Here’s what we know so far about the timeline of events leading up to Tibbetts’ disappearance, and the investigation that is ongoing.

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Mollie Tibbetts was last seen jogging in Brooklyn, Iowa, around 7:30 p.m. on July 18, according to reports.  (Family handout)

Aug. 13

Authorities launch a website dedicated to sourcing information regarding Tibbetts’ whereabouts. The site, findingmollie.iowa.gov, sums up Tibbetts’ case and encourages people to submit tips.

Aug. 12

Tibbetts’ dad says his daughter is very spiritual and she often turns to prayer when she needed to be uplifted.

“Mollie’s very spiritual, and so is her brother Scott and so we talked about that quite a bit,” Tibbetts’ dad, Robert, tells Fox News.

Robert asks everyone to pray and think positive thoughts as the search continues for his daughter.

The reward for Tibbetts grows to $331,000. Crime Stoppers tells Fox News it’s the largest reward for its organization in Iowa state history.

Aug. 10

Tibbetts’ dad, boyfriend and aunt travel to the Iowa State Fair to pass out buttons, T-shirts and missing person flyers to spread awareness about the 20-year-old’s disappearance.

“Nothing is too big or too small,” Tibbetts boyfriend comments. “Just let the authorities decide what’s worth investigating.”

Aug. 9

Iowa resident Devin Riley tells ABC News he may have been the last person to see Tibbetts — as she ran by his home on the evening of July 18.

“I’ve seen her probably three to four times per week,” he explains. “She’d kind of jog down the street and towards the hill. I thought nothing of it until I heard somebody was missing, and it really hit me that I hadn’t seen that runner since then.”

Riley tells ABC News authorities took about 15 minutes to walk through his home, and they were “really polite.”

A spokesman for Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa says the organization has passed on more than 830 tips to authorities investigating the disappearance of Tibbetts.

Aug. 8

Blake Jack, the brother of Tibbetts’ boyfriend, tells Fox News exclusively on Aug. 8 there was no sign of a struggle at the Brooklyn home she was staying in at the time.

“She’s small, but she would have done something,” he adds.

The 23-year-old says both Tibbetts’ Fitbit and phone are missing

Aug. 6

Tibbetts’ father, Robert, reveals to Fox News he believes his daughter is alive, and with somebody she knows.

“It’s totally speculation on my part, but I think Mollie is with someone that she knows, that is in over their head,” Robert says. “That there was some kind of misunderstanding about the nature of their relationship and at this point they don’t know how to get out from under this.”

Aug. 5

Authorities say they are following “hundreds” of leads.

Police say the body of a woman in her early-to-mid-20s turned up in Lee County, more than an hour’s drive southeast of Brooklyn.

However, state police tell Fox News the body was not Tibbetts; investigators plan to release the woman’s identity after notifying her family.

Aug. 4

Farmer Wayne Cheney speaks to Fox News — one day after the FBI went back to his farm to question him in connection with Tibbetts’ disappearance.

During the interview, Cheney says he would let the FBI search his entire property; he expressed confidence the bureau wouldn’t find anything. So far, the FBI has searched his home and parts of his property, and looked through his cellphone.

He also claims he’s never seen Tibbetts before, because he doesn’t venture into Brooklyn, where she lives.

As for what the FBI has asked him about, his response was “I don’t know.”

Cheney says law enforcement asked him to take a polygraph test and he refused. He has not been charged with a crime and says he “has nothing to hide.”

Aug. 3 

Kevin Winker, director of investigative operations with the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation, speaks about the case at a news conference.

“Although we appreciated everyone that showed up today to this press conference, our position has not changed on the release of case facts, results and conclusions,” Winker says. “I understand this is frustrating for many in the public and the media, but feel this is necessary for our investigation.”

Winker is also asked about suspects while at the briefing.

“As far as suspects go, we continue to look at all possibilities,” he says. “I’m not in a position right now to say, we have suspects, we don’t have suspects, persons of interest or anything else.”

Later, Winker says authorities are handling the case as “a missing persons investigation.”

That same day, the FBI returned to a farm to again question Wayne Cheney in connection with Tibbetts’ disappearance.

An FBI agent was seen by Fox News arriving and speaking to Cheney for about five to 10 minutes Friday afternoon.

Aug. 2

Search teams scan ditches for traces of Tibbetts near a farm investigators searched a week prior after a possible new clue to her disappearance — a red shirt spotted by a person mowing the lawn — was apparently found.

Aug. 1

Tibbetts’ father, Robert, urges the public to come forward with any information regarding his missing daughter in an interview with Fox News Channel.

“The bottom line is somebody knows something,” Robert says, adding Brooklyn is a small city and “you can’t do anything there without someone seeing it.”

Roberts also reveals Tibbetts’ phone has not yet been located, and she has not been responsive to messages.

Local farmer Wayne Cheney confirms to Fox News FBI investigators searched his property and home a week prior. Authorities held his cell phone overnight, checking it for any clues or communications regarding Tibbetts.

“I don’t know who those two [officials] were but they took me down to the fire station Tuesday and questioned me for two hours,” the farmer told WHO-DT. “I don’t remember what they asked me.”

WHO-DT, citing Iowa court documents, reports the farmer previously entered guilty pleas for two instances of stalking – one in Poweshiek County in 2009 and another in Marion County in 2014.

July 31

Police in Pella say a man being sought for taking pictures of female joggers on July 27 has turned himself in.

Investigator Kevin Winker says during an afternoon news conference that officials are continuing to follow every tip that comes in about Tibbetts.

Investigators are still unsure about what exactly happened to Tibbetts, Winker says, though they can confirm her disappearing on her own is “not consistent with her past.”

July 28

Family members tell KCCI new evidence reveals Tibbetts’ was doing homework on her computer late into the evening on July 18, suggesting she returned to the home where her boyfriend, his brother and the brother’s fiancee live.

July 27

Pella Police receive a call about a suspicious man taking photos of female joggers from a parked car.

“As covertly as he possibly could, took photos of them unbeknownst to them, it seemed to be very creepy,” Pella Police Chief Robert Bokinsky tells WHOTV.

However, authorities didn’t say whether there was a link between the suspicious man and Tibbetts’ disappearance.

“[There’s] nothing illegal about taking a picture of somebody, if that’s what he did,” Pella, Lt. Shane Cox explains to Fox News.

July 26

Mitch Mortvedt, a spokesman for the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) tells Local 5 more than a dozen agents from his group and the FBI have been conducting searches of several properties in Iowa, including a hog farm, but nothing has been found. He added the searches have not expanded outside the state and there are currently no suspects in the case.

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July 25

Poweshiek County Sheriff Thomas Kriegel confirms to ABC News that Jack and his brothers have been cleared in the case.

July 24

FBI and state investigators take over the investigation, calling off various volunteer search efforts in the area.

July 20

The University of Iowa puts out a statement, saying it is “monitoring” the situation regarding Tibbetts’ disappearance.

“Our thoughts are with Mollie Tibbetts’ family and friends. The University of Iowa … will offer support as needed,” the school tweets.

July 19

Jack texts Tibbetts “good morning,” but doesn’t receive any response, according to The Washington Post. Tibbetts’ coworkers attempt to call her when she doesn’t show up at work the next day — eventually reaching out to Jack to inquire about her whereabouts, the Des Moine Register reports.

Afterward Jack calls Tibbetts’ family members, who eventually call the police to report her missing.

July 18

Tibbetts was staying at her boyfriend’s home, watching his dogs while he worked at a construction site in Dubuque — about 100 miles away.

7:30 p.m.

Tibbetts was last seen jogging around Brooklyn at 7:30 p.m., The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier reports. Police hope to find more concrete information from Tibetts’ Fitbit, which family members say she wore frequently on her runs.

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“Her last known article of clothing is believed to be dark colored running shorts, a pink sports top and running shoes (color unknown),” the Iowa Department of Public Safety said in a news release.

10 p.m.

Tibbetts’ boyfriend claims he received a Snapchat message from her after she would have returned from her run.

July 16

Jack tells ABC News he last saw Tibbetts, his girlfriend of two years, on July 16.

Fox News’ Matt Finn, Christina Corbin, Andrew Keiper, Matt Finn, Madeline Rivera, Greg Norman and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Another Surprise Meeting With Putin. This Time, It’s Merkel.
 

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BERLIN — Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany will host President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia for talks near Berlin this weekend, in a surprise move that analysts said showed how foes and allies of the United States alike were shifting in response to the Trump administration’s sweeping tariffs and unpredictable diplomacy.

The chancellor and the Russian president will meet on Saturday at the German government’s version of Camp David, Ms. Merkel’s spokesman, Steffen Seibert, told reporters on Monday. He said the talks were expected to focus on the situation in Syria, violence in eastern Ukraine and a joint pipeline for natural gas.

But analysts said that beyond the detailed points of the meeting might be an attempt to strengthen alliances and exchange ideas about how best to respond to President Trump’s tariffs. Both Russia and Germany have been hit by tariffs on aluminum and steel, and both fear the ripple effects of Mr. Trump’srecent measures against Turkey.

The German and Russian leaders last met in May, when Mr. Putin welcomed Ms. Merkel to his residence in the Black Sea resort town of Sochi.

“I would view this meeting in a wider, global context,” said Stefan Meister, the director of programs on Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia at the German Council on Foreign Relations in Berlin. “I don’t see this as a signal of warming relations between Berlin and Moscow, but they share common points of interest where they are increasingly willing to cooperate.”

At the top of that list would be the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, which would carry natural gas directly to Germany from Russia via the Baltic Sea, circumventing Ukraine and Poland.

The United States has always opposed the idea, and before the opening of a NATO summit meeting last month Mr. Trump used it as the basis of a blistering rhetorical attack on Germany, which he said was “captive to Russia.”

Berlin maintains economic sanctions against Russia in response to its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014. But they are bound by a long history of economic and other ties, as well as the legacy of several bitter wars and of Russia’s Cold War domination of the former East Germany. Germany is home to about three million “Russian-Germans,” entitled to claim citizenship by blood as the descendants of Germans who emigrated to Russia centuries ago.

Ms. Merkel and Mr. Putin, too, have a long, if sometimes troubled, history, stretching back before she took office in 2005. She speaks fluent Russian, he fluent German.

And although she has a reputation both for reserve on the international stage and for coolly resisting authoritarian leaders, the two have spoken regularly on the phone, despite the Crimea crisis of 2014 and Russia’s escalation of an armed conflict in eastern Ukraine the following year.

Weeks after Mr. Trump’s verbal attack on the pipeline at the NATO meeting, Foreign Minister Sergey V. Lavrov of Russia flew to Berlin to meet with Ms. Merkel and her foreign minister, Heiko Maas. Gen. Valery V. Gerasimov, the chief of the Russian general staff, also took part in the discussions, which focused on the situation in Syria.

Ms. Merkel continues to be haunted politically by fallout from her 2015 response to Syria’s humanitarian crisis, allowing hundreds of thousands of migrants into Germany, though the number of Syrians seeking asylum in Germany has dropped considerably since then.

A deal that would allow some of those Syrian refugees to return home could shore up her position. Given Moscow’s role in supporting President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, it would require Russian participation.

On the violence in eastern Ukraine, where Moscow has supported pro-Russian rebels, Germany worked with France to broker a peace deal, the Minsk agreement. But fighting has continued since, and many of Germany’s European Union partners fear that the Nord Stream 2 project could jeopardize any hope of permanent stability, by denying Ukraine income and removing one of Russia’s incentives to maintain peace there.

Mr. Seibert, Ms. Merkel’s spokesman, insisted on Monday that Germany continued to support Ukraine’s role as a transit country for Russian gas.

Washington has promised further sanctions against Russia in response to the attempted assassination in March of a former Russian spy living in England and his daughter. So far, German companies in Russia have not been affected by such measures.

But there are fears that banks and energy companies, in particular, could be harmed — one motive for greater cooperation, according to Michael Harms, chief executive of the German Eastern Business Association.

“I do not see that there has been a change in relations between Moscow and Berlin,” Mr. Harms said. “But on certain, specific issues they are working together more closely, largely in response to the U.S. foreign policy we see coming out of Washington.”

Ivan Nechepurenko contributed reporting from Moscow.

A sticky problem: boom in taste for octopus squeezes market
 

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A Couple Dozen Neo-Nazis Got The Red Carpet Treatment From DC Law Enforcement
 

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WASHINGTON — Fewer than two dozen white supremacists received a private train car and a police escort as they traveled into the nation’s capital on Sunday, a year after one of their own killed a counter-protester in Charlottesville, Virginia, by driving a car into a crowd.

When the small band of neo-Nazis approached a park in front of the White House, there were several hundred counterprotesters awaiting them. In some ways, the scene was a victory for anti-racist organizers. Unlike last year, when racists overwhelmed the city of Charlottesville, white supremacist organizer Jason Kessler could scarcely pull together enough racists this year to fill a train car.

It started raining as soon as Kessler’s group entered the park. They were almost completely obscured by the several hundred police officers who surrounded it.

“White flower!” yelled one protester as Kessler’s crew approached the park.

But that tiny gathering of white nationalists managed to completely hijack Washington, D.C.’s public infrastructure and the attention of the national media. And the district’s handling of the event created some discomfiting resonances: American racists getting bundled into the capital on a segregated train car and escorted through a racists-only entrance into a park across from the White House.

Metropolitan Police Department officers said their goal on Sunday was to keep the white supremacists away from the counterprotesters to prevent violence. To that end, hundreds of taxpayer-funded law enforcement officials separated white nationalists from the public on a private train car and provided them with a private entrance into Lafayette Park.

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority briefly floated the idea of dedicating separate train cars for white nationalists, but it retreated from the idea after the transit union said its members would not provide “unprecedented special accommodations for a hate group.” WMATA told HuffPost that it left all trains open to the public. The decision to separate the white nationalists “is a law enforcement matter,” the transit authority said.

Giving Kessler’s group a private Metro car is “so unbelievably wrong & disgraceful,” D.C. Council member Charles Allen tweeted on Sunday. “Beyond the horrible precedent it sets, what does it tell the riding public & operators? Plus, it’s the exact opposite of what @wmata said they’d do.”

One Black Lives Matter protester who identified himself as Black Soul expressed anger that the police were protecting the racists, but that they seemed to do nothing to protect people in the city’s predominantly black areas.

“It’s crazy how the police can come up here and protect these motherfucker racist bastards, but we got little girls and little boys getting killed in Southeast and Northeast in the inner city right there in the fucking hood, everyday snatched up,” he said. “They’re here to protect these sheet-wearing racist-ass bastards.”

“If they’re willing to come out here and espouse their hatred and oppression and call for a mass genocide to tons of our community members, they don’t deserve police protection,” Emily Patton, a 31-year-old from Arlington, Virginia, said.

Dan Ridge, a local government commissioner, said the city shouldn’t provide neo-Nazis with private train cars.

“If we made them commute in integrated cars like we’ve been doing in D.C. for a long time, I think that’d scare them away,” he said.

The dismal turnout of the so-called “Unite the Right II” rally put on full display the fractured state of the white nationalist movement. Kessler, who organized last year’s rally in Virginia, moved this year’s “white civil rights” rally to D.C. after failing to obtain another permit from the city of Charlottesville. And several of the movement’s top figures — who are facing crippling legal fees in a lawsuit related to their role in planning last year’s violent event — chose to sit out this year’s event.

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Days before the rally, Kessler appeared to be losing the support of even the lesser-known Nazis he had said would speak. Patrick Little, the failed neo-Nazi Senate candidate who was slated to speak at Kessler’s event, said on Thursday that he would not attend, even though he was in D.C. spreading his message of “expel the Jews.”

The result was a rally so minuscule, it was difficult to even see the racists through the hordes of MPD, Secret Service, and U.S. Park Police officers.

“Where are they?” asked one protester who was standing just feet away from the racists’ private entrance to the park but hadn’t noticed the group slip through.

Leaked Facebook Messenger chats obtained by the media collective Unicorn Riot show that Kessler barely managed to pull off this year’s very small rally. He pleaded for help figuring out transportation to D.C. and said that he had given up finding housing arrangements because it’s “too complicated for me to deal with.”

The chats also show Kessler’s efforts to rebrand a movement now best known for murdering a peaceful protester. Kessler and his fellow racists discussed including nonwhite speakers, a move Kessler said would “give us political cover to bring on [David] Duke,” a former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. HuffPost could not independently confirm the authenticity of the messages.

As the fragile alliance between a collection of unstable white supremacists splintered, their presence in D.C. became a rallying point for anti-racism protesters. Members of Black Lives Matter, anarchists, anti-fascists, and union workers spent weeks organizing protests. By Sunday, the anti-racist coalition raised over $20,000 to pay speakers and organizers, the group said on Facebook.

Hundreds of their members showed up at protests through the city that encircled and overshadowed the neo-Nazis.

“We’re making a statement that these hate groups are not welcome in Washington, D.C.,” said the Rev. Graylan Hagler, the senior pastor at Plymouth United Church of Christ in Washington, who spoke at one of the counterprotests.

The racists, Hagler said, were attempting to “hide behind the First Amendment” to justify the rally.

“It’s incendiary language, it leans toward violence and has a history of violence,” he said. “It’s not just somebody’s freedom to make speech. It’s actually an attempt to be free enough to perpetrate your violence.”

In the end, the massive use of city resources was all so that Kessler and his crew could stand in the rain in front of the White House for about two hours. A little after 5 p.m., the racists quietly left the park, before the speaker lineup was scheduled to begin. Even if they had delivered their speeches, no one would have been able to hear or see them anyway.

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(<a href=”http://CNSNews.com” rel=”nofollow”>CNSNews.com</a>) – President Trump’s long-simmering indignation about the Trump-Russia investigation erupted in a series of tweets over the weekend, many of them quoting other people who agree with Trump that the whole thing is a witch hunt — and that the real story is being ignored.
“Seems like the Department of Justice (and FBI) had a program to keep Donald Trump from becoming President,” Trump quoted Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) as saying on “Fox & Friends.” “If this had happened to the other side, everybody involved would be in jail. This is a Media coverup of the biggest story of our time,” Trump commented early Sunday morning.


Trump also quoted Fox News’s Jeanine Pirro as saying that the Mueller investigation is “premmised on a Fake Dossier, paid for by Hillary, created by a man who hates Donald Trump & used to con a FISA Court Judge. Bob, I really think it’s time for you to give up your phony investigation,” Trump quoted Pirro as saying. “No Collusion!” Trump commented.


On Saturday, Trump issued four tweets about the investigation, including one slamming Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has recused himself from the Trump-Russia probe:
“Do you believe Nelly worked for Fusion and her husband STILL WORKS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ‘JUSTICE,’ Trump wrote. “I have never seen anything so Rigged in my life. Our A.G. is scared stiff and Missing in Action. It is all starting to be revealed – not pretty. IG Report soon? Witch Hunt!”
In another Saturday tweet, Trump said he may have to declassify some of Andrew McCabe’s text messages if the FBI doesn’t turn them over to Judicial Watch or congressional committees that have subpoenaed them. “FBI said they won’t give up even one (I may have to get involved, DO NOT DESTROY),” Trump wrote. “What are they hiding? McCabe wife took big campaign dollars from Hillary people…..”


Trump’s adviser Kellyanne Conway was asked about Trump’s tweets in an appearance on ABC’s “This Week.” Host Jon Karl asked her if Sessions’ days are numbered as attorney general:

“The president is frustrated that the attorney general recused himself in early March of 2017 from anything having to do with the campaign,” Conway responded.
“And what the president really wants, if you look at all of his tweets and don’t just cherry pick them, the (inaudible) of his tweets, Jon, are that he wants to make sure we’re investigating all sides of the, quote, so-called Russian collusion.
“I’ve noticed that the media is almost silent about these new revelations that Christopher Steele and the number four at the FBI, Peter Ohr and his wife Nellie working for Fusion GPS. I don’t want Americans to get so confused at this convoluted mess to miss the essential point here, was that the pro-Hillary people were so afraid that they needed to prop her up, that she was such a non-compelling, non-persuasive pathetic candidate that they had to dig up dirt on Donald Trump early on–”
Karl interrupted her, asking again if Trump intends to fire Sessions:
“Well, how in the world will I know the answer to that question?” Conway responded. “I’m not answering questions as to who will be in the White House at the end of the year. That’s a crazy question. You just want to roll the tape sometime.
“I think the fundamental point here is that the attorney general is doing great work on law enforcement, on — on pushing back on MS-13 gangs, on his SOS which is his Synthetic Opioid Surge task force, working with the new D.A., acting director. But he has recused himself from this. And the president rightfully wants to — wants America to see that this Mueller investigation comes to a conclusion in a timely fashion. So far no Russia collusion proven. And you know it.
“You know I was the campaign manager for the winning part of the campaign. I never talked to anybody in Russia. I talked to people in the Macomb County, Michigan and Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Not Moscow. You know it, there’s no collusion. Paul Manafort’s on trial, has nothing to do with the campaign, Russia, collusion, the judge warned everybody not even to say those words.”

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According to Congressman Tom Garrett, Russia uses interracial conflicts for its own purposes.

The FBI believes that Russia is involved in organizing last year’s protests in Charlottesville. This is reported by Congressman of the Republican Party, Tom Garrett, according to CNN.

“I was at a closed briefing with the FBI director about two months ago. I asked if Russia was involved in fanning the flames of what was happening in Charlottesville. And I was told yes,” Garrett said.

He noted that Russia allegedly seeks to “get the Americans to turn against one another to undermine the credibility of Western democracy.” He said that Russia was using interracial conflicts for its own purposes.

To recall, August 2017, there were clashes between ultra-right nationalists and their opponents in Charlottesville. During the protests, a car drove into the crowd of people, as a result of which a woman was killed.

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FBI recovers body, data recorder from stolen Horizon Air turboprop plane
 

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Members of the Pierce County Sheriffs Department are pictured near the Steilacoom Ferry dock which takes investigators to Ketron Island, the crash site of the Horizon Air Bombardier Q400 turboprop that was stolen from Sea-Tac International Airport, in Steilacoom, Washington on August 11, 2018. (Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images)

SEATTLE  — The FBI recovered the burned but intact flight data recorder and located the body of Richard Russell from the Horizon plane wreckage Sunday on Ketron Island.

The data record or black box will allow investigators to hear what Russell was saying in the cockpit when he wasn’t transmitting to air traffic control.

The Pierce County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed Sunday that Russell had died in the fiery wreckage, but whether the crash was deliberate or accidental could not be answered.

Analysis of those records will begin midweek in Washington D.C. It is unknown when the full analysis will be completed.

“Last night’s event is going to push us to learn what we can from this tragedy so that we can ensure this does not happen again at Alaska Air Group or at any other airline,” Brad Tilden, CEO of Alaska Airlines, told a news conference Saturday.

The plane was a Bombardier Q400, a turboprop that seats 76 people, owned by Horizon Air, part of Alaska Airlines. It had been parked at a cargo and maintenance area for the night after arriving from Victoria, British Columbia, earlier in the day.

Russell, a 3 1/2-year Horizon employee, worked as a ground service agent. His responsibilities included towing and pushing aircraft for takeoff and gate approach, de-icing them, and handling baggage.

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Authorities said he used a tractor to rotate the plane 180 degrees, positioning it so that he could taxi toward a runway. They said it’s not clear whether he had ever taken flight lessons or used flight simulators, or where he gained the skills to take off. The plane didn’t require a key, but it did require buttons and switches to be activated in a particular order.

His 75-minute flight during the golden twilight took him south and west, toward the Olympic Mountains. As a flight controller tried to persuade him to land, he wondered aloud about whether he had enough fuel to make it to the Olympics, talked of the beautiful view, and said he had a lot of people who cared about him, apologizing for what he was doing.

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He complimented the controller: “You are very calm, collect, poised,” he said.

He said flying was a “blast” and that he didn’t need much help: “I’ve played some video games before.”

“You think if I land this successfully Alaska will give me a job as a pilot?” he joked.

He also told the controller he “wasn’t really planning on landing” the aircraft, and he described himself as “just a broken guy.”

Authorities sent fighter jets to escort him, and the controller repeatedly tried to direct him to runways. But the plane slammed into tiny Ketron Island, a sparsely populated island southwest of Tacoma.

Russell went by “Beebo” on social media. On his Facebook page, which had limited public access, he said he was from Wasilla, Alaska; lived in Sumner, Washington; and was married in 2012.

In a humorous YouTube video he posted last year, he talked about his job and included videos and photos of his travels.

“I lift a lot of bags. Like a lot of bags. So many bags,” he said.

Russell’s family said in a statement that they were stunned and heartbroken. They said it’s clear Russell didn’t intend to harm anyone, and “he was right in saying that there are so many people who loved him.”

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