Jefferson Morley is the editor of the JFK Facts blog and author of "The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster James Jesus Angleton." He is a fellow of the Independent Media Institute.
A Novel Retells the Assassinations that Marked the End of the Cold War in El Salvador
“November,” a newly translated novel by Jorge Galán, retells the execution of six Jesuit priests by El Salvador’s U.S.-backed right-wing military.
Supreme PrivilegeBrett Kavanaugh Repeatedly Ruled in Favor of the Security State, Most Recently for the CIA — and Against Me
On the same day he received Trump’s Supreme Court nomination, Kavanaugh ruled against me in a case about JFK assassination files.
Documents Reveal the Complex Legacy of James Angleton, CIA Counterintelligence Chief and Godfather of Mass Surveillance
James Angleton was a conspiracy theorist with state power who had a profound impact on America’s secret government.
More Proof the U.S. National Anthem Has Always Been Tainted With Racism
Our current difficulty in facing our past honestly and soberly strongly suggests that we are still a long way from laying it to rest.