In the minutes of a secret 1975 meeting of the National Security Council attended by President Ford reveal Henry Kissinger grumbling, "It is an act of insanity and national humiliation to have a law prohibiting the President from ordering assassination." - LOST CRUSADER: The Secret Wars of CIA Director William Colby, by John Prados, Oxford University Press, 2003
The February and March 2001 issues of Harper's Magazine feature a series by Christopher Hitchens on the case for charging Kissinger with War Crimes. Part I: The making of a war criminal Part 2 will feature an extensive section on East Timor.
Christopher Hitchens' Trial of Henry Kissinger: A Review By Mike McGlothlin ...
How You Can Do What the Government Won’t: Arrest Henry Kissinger - Manhattan’s Milosevic, The Village Voice, Week of August 15 - 21, 2001
Henry Kissinger: War Criminal or Old-Fashioned Murderer? - Welcome to the "Henry Kissinger: Unindicted Terrorist" file! ...
Masterminded the murder of as estimated 600,000 peasants in Cambodia
(the "Secret bombing")
The time was September 11, 1973. The country was Chile. The event was
the bloody overthrow of a democratic government. And the criminals were
Henry Kissinger, Richard Nixon, The CIA, and Chilean Dictator Augusto
Pinochet. Pepsico, ITT, and other large U.S. corporations were also guilty
parties in these crimes against the State and against The People of Chile.
TOBY HARNDEN, TELEGRAPH, LONDON: Washington reacted furiously to a request by Chilean judges for Henry Kissinger, the former secretary of state, to answer questions about an American journalist killed during the 1973 coup in Chile. A Bush administration official condemned the Chilean supreme court decision to send questions to Dr Kissinger, saying the move increased unease about the proposed International Criminal Court in The Hague. The administration source said: "It is unjust and ridiculous that a distinguished servant of this country should be harassed by foreign courts in this way. The danger of the ICC is that, one day, US citizens might face arrest abroad and prosecution as a result of such politically motivated antics." . . . In its ruling, Chile's supreme court said a list of questions should be sent to the US supreme court with regard to Dr Kissinger's knowledge of the circumstances surrounding the death of Charles Horman, a journalist arrested by troops loyal to General Augusto Pinochet. His body was identified in a mortuary weeks later . . . The Chilean order came less than two months after French detectives delivered a court summons to Dr Kissinger, who was visiting Paris, asking him to testify about the disappearance of French nationals in Chile . . . In another case, a judge in Argentina has ordered Dr Kissinger to testify in a human-rights trial about a 1970s plan by South American governments to kidnap and kill Left-wing critics. [news/2001/08/01]
The US involvement in coup planning began even before Allende's election
victory, under the code-name FUBELT, with action plans prepared for Kissinger's
consideration. One group of officers working under CIA direction carried
out the assassination of General Rene Schneider, a pro-Allende officer,
in an unsuccessful attempt to spark a full-scale coup before Allende could
take office. Can
Henry Kissinger be Extradited?
According to the new book Kissinger, by Walter Isaacson, published in 1992 by Simon & Schuster, ASEA Brown Boveri (page 733) had a contract or project arrangement with Henry Kissinger’s money-making consulting firm, Kissinger Associates, in 1990. According to this fascinating book, Kissinger started his consultancy in July 1982 with “$350,000 lent to him by Goldman Sachs and a consortium of three other banks.” Some of the people Kissinger hired to work for him were Brent Scowcroft, former national security adviser, and Lawrence Eagleburger “who was lured aboard as president in June 1984 after serving as undersecretary of state”. Both Snowcroft and Eagleburger left Kissinger Associates in 1989 to join President Bush’s administration. Kent Associates is a subsidiary of Kissinger Associates. On pages 733-734 a list of some of Kissinger’s corporate clients include, aside from ABB: Shearson Lehman Hutton, Atlantic Richfield, Banca Nazionale del Lavora (BNL) “a Rome bank that made illegal loans to Iraq”; Fluor; Hunt Oil; Merck & Co.; Union Carbide. http://www.workonwaste.org/wastenots/wn218.htm
Iranian: Opinion, Kissinger, Good will - From "The Oil Deal With Iran"
by Henry Kissinger, distributed by the Los Angeles Times Syndicate and
published in The Washington Post (October 28, 1997).
Henry and Nancy Kissinger have a house in Kent Connecticut.
On American Express Board of Directors.
The Chairman of Kissinger McLarty Associates is Dr. Henry Kissinger.
Washington, D.C.-based Kissinger McLarty Associates is an affiliate of
Kissinger Associates, Inc., which is headquartered in New York City. GlobalNet
Retains Kissinger McLarty Strategic Consulting Firm ... “The firm
of Kissinger, McLarty & Richardson epitomizes Washington, D.C. at its
worst – sleazy ex-administration officials, feeding off special influence
and power and then ... - Larry Klayman from Judicial Watch KISSINGER,
McLARTY & RICHARDSON
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