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In Unidentified, Larry Hancock turns to the strategic intelligence practices – better known as indications analysis – that were not tasked to the national intelligence community. He presents a series of indications studies which suggest something very different from the official statement on UFOs offered by the Air Force.

Contrary to its contemporary image, deniable covert operations are not something new. Such activities have been ordered by every president and every administration since the Second World War. Shadow Warfare explores how covert operations have relied on surrogates, insulated by layers of deniability.

Surprise Attack explores sixty plus years of military and terror threats against the US. It examines the intelligence tools and practices that provided warnings of those attacks and evaluates the responses, both in preparedness – and most importantly – the effectiveness of our military and national command authority.

In Nexus, investigations again and again determine that there were CIA field officers in contact with the parties involved in various political assassinations, sometimes serving as military advisers, supplying weapons, sometimes money, sometimes just helping with logistics, but always with a fine line of deniability.

Someone Would Have Talked goes beyond just proving a conspiracy to murder JFK. Over 14,000 documents, White House diaries, telephone logs and executive tape recordings detail how the new President managed a cover-up designed to mislead the nation, the world, indeed, history itself.

The Awful Grace of God chronicles a multi-year effort to kill Martin Luther King Jr. by a group of the nation’s most violent right-wing extremists. United in a holy cause to kill King, this network of racist militants were the likely culprits behind James Earl Ray and King’s assassination in Memphis on April 4th, 1968.

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