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A CIA Mockingbird Controls the Theresa Duncan “Suicide” Story for the Washington Post

Also see: The Murder of Theresa Duncan: Jim Cownie, Rupert Murdoch, the CIA, Cable Industry, Mind Control, Drugs & Political Assassination

By Alex Constantine

The Washington Post story on the death of Theresa Duncan managed to side-step her writing on fascist politics and the intelligence underground. Though not a derogatory article – it dwells on Duncan’s development of video games – the story avoids serious substantive discussion of her politics, and furthers the “suicide” angle.

The author was ROB PEGORARO, whose biography screams CIA – and most of those who have published stories on Theresa’s “suicide” (the cause of death came by insistence of the media – a forced assumption, that is, NOT the judgment of the police, who consider the case unresolved) in the “mainstream” press have ties to the CIA/Mafia’s Rupert Murdoch, or the video tape-destroying patriots at the Agency.

Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service is intimitely connected to the CIA, of course, and the same can be said for the Carnegie Endowment, a well-known funding conduit for classified intelligence projects. Note that Pegoraro has no credentials for writing a technical column.

Theresa Duncan Has Signed Off – Faster Forward

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blog.washingtonpost.com/ fasterforward/2007/08/post_6.html

Rob Pegoraro Bio:

“Pegoraro grew up in one of the more bucolic parts of northern New Jersey, then earned a bachelor’s degree in international relations at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. (Correct, he has no academic credentials for his profession!) Prior to working at the Post, he worked as a fact-checker and editor during two internships at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.”

http://www.netcaucus.org/biography/rob-pegoraro.shtml

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