Frank Sturgis and the Assassination of the Prime Minister of Portugal : The Connection Between Camarate, Watergate and the JFK Assassination

Frank Sturgis and the Assassination of the Prime Minister of Portugal : The Connection Between Camarate, Watergate and the JFK Assassination

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On February 5, 2015 USDJ (SDNY) reserved judgment on an FOIA lawsuit requesting the CIA provide a list of the documents on two of the men involved in Camarate. On December 4, 1980 Frank Fiorini Sturgis and his crew of three fascist Angolan war veteran narco terrorist scum placed a bomb aboard a small aircraft that was to transport Prime Minister and first civilian Defense Minister of Portugal, along with 5 other passengers, to an election rally. Two of Sturgis' co-conspirators stated that he pushed a button on a remote control detonator and murdered everyone on board the aircraft. Because the plane crashed in the Lisbon suburb of Camarate, this event took on that name. This researcher, who was the first to identify Sturgis as the assassin of President John F. Kennedy, testified before the Camarate Committee of the Portuguese Parliament and presented the committee with documents that linked Sturgis to the event. A Freedom of Information Act lawsuit has been filed in the Southern District Federal Court in Manhattan in order to obtain documents that link Frank Sturgis and others with Camarate and the CIA. Frank Sturgis and the Assassination of the Prime Minister of Portugal also contains a critical look at the confession of one of the conspirators, who is presently incarcerated, in an effort to separate truth from prison fantasy vengeance. Frank Sturgis is best known for his role in the Watergate Break-in but that is greasy kids stuff compared to his other activities on behalf of the CIA and Latin American dictators.


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Details

Author(s)
MR Alan Jules Weberman
Format
Paperback | 276 pages
Dimensions
216 x 280 x 15mm | 644g
Publication date
22 May 2015
Publisher
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Language
English
Illustrations note
Illustrations, black and white
ISBN10
1512331333
ISBN13
9781512331332