Archive | Michael Townley

Maybe the CIA Could Learn Something From Faulkner

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Share|  “The past is never dead. It’s not even past,” William Faulkner wrote in 1951, two years after winning the Nobel Prize for literature. It’s one of his best-known lines. sk___ If you have not heard of Chile’s secret torture camp ColoniaDignidad, don’t worry. Most North Americans haven’t either, along with the rest of the world. But […]

Colonia Dignidad Draws Attention of “Fired” Dallas News Reporter Character in The Plan – a Novel

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Share| Michael Townley, an American assassin Reporter Sara Mercury (a character in The Plan) fired for “too much time spent on the JFK assassination,” turns her interest to American assassin, Michael Townley (shown here), and wonders what role he might have played in the strange 1999 death of  Des Moines, Iowa lawyer David W. Belin, […]

History Colonia Dignidad: American Assassin Michael Townley Worked in Chile for DINE

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Michael Townley (Google images) An American assassin, the son of an automotive executive living in Santiago, Chile, designed the torture chamber for Colonia Dignidad. Michael Townley, now in witness protection somewhere in the U.S., was connected with  the CIA. You can read more about him, here — http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Townley and I will be posting more about him […]