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LaRouche's Private CIA

What Alex Jones, David Icke, Webster G. Tarpley, Lyndon Larouche and many "alternative medias" have in common? They are Jesuits co-coadjutors.

When indicted for obstruction of justice in 1987, LaRouche hired Bernard Fensterwald, Washington's premier attorney. In addition to denying the charges outright, LaRouche and his co-defendants decided to use the "CIA defense" as other Fensterwald clients had done. The argument went as follows: We thought we were operating on behalf of the government on instructions from high-level CIA officials. But dishonest elements in the CIA set us up, and now we are being hung out to dry.