THE MORNING SHOW
When the Extreme Secrecy Policy of the CIA Backfires
Bill Deane is a dedicated journalist, believing in the overall good of searching and revealing for the public’s right to know. The investigative reporter has 33 years experience as a writer and news assignment editor at ABC and CBS; news director in Denver and Rochester, New York; anchor at KYW, Philadelphia as well as Miami’s ABC TV affiliate. Deane is a member of the Radio Television News Directors Association; New York Press Club; Investigative Reporters & Editors; Society of Professional Journalists and the winner of many awards including an Edward R. Murrow for Best Coverage of a Major Breaking News Event, the Assassination of Itzhak Rabin.
-Bill Deane discusses various consequences of the CIA’s extreme secrecy policy
-How the press is manipulated and censored; it’s almost impossible to get any truth these days. Are there any real investigative journalists left?
-Secretly freed prisoners perform their overseas assignments and then return to a life of crime back here in the US.They are now freed citizens with an erased crime record who can start a new criminal life that local police are told NOT to get involved.
-Feds don’t act against them to keep the program secret.
-Emergency calls to police go unanswered.
-CIA denies they knew the operatives, instead marginalizing them as communists, criminals or sexual perverts, if they get caught.
-How totally innocent Americans are drugged, surrendering their property deeds to the con artists who had been overseas working for the CIA.
-Check out Bill’s novelSmooth Criminal: A One Man American Crime Wave
william deane and cia projects run amok, august 29, 2016