RE: OKC BOMBING & FBI SA JAMES R. FINCHLEY

Zundelsite ZGram
RE: OKC BOMBING & FBI SA JAMES R. FINCHLEY
Sun Apr 17, 2005 01:47
64.140.158.33

God has a special little place for race traitors like "agent Finchley" who's done so much to destroy the White Christian Israelite Race--if this is really his name, and if this isn't one of the thousands of scams floated by our jew "brothers".

Sincerely,


John Knight

Scotsman scotsman@695online.com  wrote:

Thought you would have interest in this . . . . . . .

From: Devvy Kidd
Sent: Thursday, April 14, 2005 3:45 PM
Subject: FBI AGENT James R. Finchley A/K/A "John Doe Number Two"


Makes one wonder about some of the people they've met over the years.

I can easily think of a few I know in the movement that could very
well be another Finchley.

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Associated Press FBI AGENT James R. Finchley A/K/A "John Doe Number
Two" Thu Apr 14, 2005 16:44


FBI Agent Penetrated Into The Heart of Darkness
5.11 a.m. ET (9: 11 GMT) June 5, 1999
By Wendy Nakamura, Associated Press

WASHINGTON DC (AP) - For almost fourteen years, he lived in a world of
hatred, bigotry, and violence.

He attended Klan rallies and meetings of buttoned-down intellectual
racists in business suits in the most upmarket hotels. He met and
hosted Holocaust deniers like German- Canadian Ernst Zundel and
British author David Irving. He was there at cross-burnings and
street marches, waving a picket sign or a Confederate battle flag and
always shouting the loudest of any among his White supremacist
cohorts. He drank beer with Skinhead gangs, swapped jokes with them
about African-Americans, Hispanics, and Jews, and heard them plot hate
crimes and racial assaults. He cruised the Internet, posting racist
messages to computer bulletin boards and newsgroups, making contacts
with neo-Nazis and nationalist extremists the world over. He
infiltrated the inner councils of almost every top hate group in the
United States and even in Europe. He even filed a libel suit against
another White supremacist who claimed he was an FBI informant.

But he was.

Last month FBI Special Agent James R. Finchley, a decorated Vietnam
veteran and "one of the best and bravest men ever to graduate out of
Quantico" according to a former instructor at the world-famous FBI
academy who knew him and trained him, came in from the cold at last,
after successfully carrying out the longest-running deep-cover
infiltration of any criminal or terrorist underworld in the history of
American law enforcement.

Finchley's fourteen years in the White racist underground produced
only a handful of actual prosecutions, but "that wasn't his primary
mission," according to the former director of the FBI's Behavioral
Science Unit at Quantico, Kenneth M. Lanning. "He was there to
listen and learn, and the wealth of information he obtained for us is
beyond price."

"It is not t! oo much to say that we now know virtually everything
there is to know about organized race hatred in this country. These
guys [White supremacist activists and leaders] couldn't go to the can
without us knowing about it," Lanning said.

FBI Director Louis Freeh was not available for comment, but U. S.
Attorney General Janet Reno told a reporter, "We usually do not make
any public statement on covert operations of this nature until all
criminal cases associated with an investigation have been brought to a
conclusion, but I will say that Special Agent Finchley displayed
uncommon courage, resourcefulness, and initiative in a very complex
and often dangerous situation."

Finchley's cover was so deep he is reported to have actually married
one woman who was involved in a White supremacist group he wanted to
penetrate. On that occasion he went to St. Petersburg, Russia to
meet and bring to America a Russian woman who was to be the "mail
order bride" of a nationally known White supremacist leader who was
banned from entering the country because of his views.

Finchley was so taken with the woman that he persuaded her to marry
him instead, allegedly in order to keep her out of the clutches of the
racist leader. Soon afterwards he and his Russian wife amicably
divorced and Agent Finchley arranged for her to get a green card and
relocate to Florida.

Justice Department sources are close-mouthed about many of the details
of Finchley's fourteen-year odyssey into the murky underworld of
racism and hate. "There are still some loose ends to be tied up, and
once this gets out there are going to be some very angry White
supremacists out there," said a spokesman for the Department. The
source refused to say whether Agent Finchley had been moved into the
Witness Protection Program or what measures were being taken to
prevent retaliation by Finchley's former comrades in the racist
movement.

Possibly the most bizarre event of Finchley's long- running undercover
operation was when he was accused of having been involved in the
Oklahoma City bombing as "John Doe Number Two" by the editor of a
racist newsletter who had long suspected Finchley of being a Federal
agent. Finchley took an absolutely unprecedented step: he sued the
editor for libel and obtained a 110,000 default judgment when the
defendant didn't show up in court to try the case.

"I don't know if he's been successful in collecting any of the money
the judge awarded him," said Lanning.

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Zundelsite ZGram - June 13, 1999 ... Last month FBI Special Agent
James R. Finchley, a decorated Vietnam veteran ... of having been
involved in the Oklahoma City bombing as "John Doe Number ...
http://www.zundelsite.org/english/zgrams/zg1999/zg9906/990613.html
 
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T O P S E C R E T S P E C I A L H A N D L I N G N O F O R N

THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF

WASHINGTON 25, D.C.

13 March 1962

MEMORANDUM FOR THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE

Subject: Justification for U.S. Military Intervention
in Cuba (TS)


1. The Joint Chiefs of Staff have considered the attached
Memorandum for the Chief of Operations, Cuba Project, which
responds to a request of that office for brief but precise
description of pretexts which would provide justification
for US military intervention in Cuba.

2. The Joint Chiefs of Staff recommend that the
proposed memorandum be forwarded as a preliminary submission
suitable for planning purposes. It is assumed that there
will be similar submissions from other agencies and that
these inputs will be used as a basis for developing a
time-phased plan. Individual projects can then be
considered on a case-by-case basis.

3. Further, it is assumed that a single agency will be
given the primary responsibility for developing military
and para-military aspects of the basic plan. It is
recommended that this responsibility for both overt and
covert military operations be assigned the Joint Chiefs of
Staff.

For the Joint Chiefs of Staff:

SYSTEMATICALLY REVIEWED,
BY JCS ON 21 May 84 [signed]
CLASSIFICATION CONTINUED

L. L. Lemnitzer
Chairman
Joint Chiefs of Staff

1 Enclosure
Memo for Chief of Operations, Cuba Project

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Page 6

. . .

RECOMMENDATIONS

8. It is recommended that:

a. Enclosure A together with its attachments should be
forwarded to the Secretary of Defense for approval and
transmittal to the Chief of Operations, Cuba Project.

b. This paper NOT be forwarded to commanders of unified
or specified commands.

c. This paper NOT be forwarded to US officers assigned
to NATO activities.

d. This paper NOT be forwarded to the Chairman, US
Delegation, United Nations Military Staff Committee.
. . .

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Page 8

APPENDIX TO ENCLOSURE A

DRAFT

MEMORANDUM FOR THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE

Subject: Justification for U.S. Military Intervention
in Cuba (TS)

1. Reference is made to memorandum from Chief of Operations,
Cuba project, for General Craig, subject: "Operation MONGOOSE",
dated 5 March 1962, which requested brief but precise
description of pretexts which the Joint Chiefs of Staff
consider would provide justifications for US military inter-
vention in Cuba.

2. The projects listed in the enclosure hereto are forwarded
as a prelimiary submission suitable for planning purposes.
It is assumed that there will be similar submissions from
other agencies and that these inputs will be used as a basis
for developing a time-phased plan. The individual projects
can then be considered on a case-by-case basis.

3. This plan, incorporating projects selected from the
attached suggestions, or from other sources, should be
developed to focus all efforts on a specific ultimate
objective which would provide adequate justification for
US military intervention. Such a plan would enable a logical
build-up of incidents to be combined with other seemingly
unrelated events to camoflage the ultimate objective and
create the necessary impression of Cuban rashness and
irresponsibility on a large scale, directed at other
countries as well as the United States. The plan would also
properly integrate and time phase the courses of action to
be pursued. The desired resultant from the execution of
this plan would be to place the United States in the apparent
position of suffering defensible grievances from a rash and
irresponsible government of Cuba and to develop an inter-
national image of a Cuban threat to peace in the Western
Hemisphere.
Appendix to
Enclosure A
5

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Page 9

4. Time is an important factor in resolution of the Cuban
problem. Therefore, the plan should be so time-phased that
projects would be operable within the next few months.

5. Inasmuch as the ultimate objective is overt military
intervention, it is recommended that primary responsibility
for developing military and para-military aspects of the plan
for both overt and covert military operations be assigned the
Joint Chiefs of Staff.



Appendix to
Enclosure A
6

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Page 10

ANNEX TO APPENDIX TO ENCLOSURE A

PRETEXTS TO JUSTIFY US MILITARY INTERVENTION IN CUBA

(Note: The courses of action which follow are a preliminary
submission suitable only for planning purposes. They are
arranged neither chronologically nor in ascending order.
Together with similar inputs from other agencies, they are
intended to provide a point of departure for the development
of a single, integrated, time-phased plan. Such a plan would
permit the evaluation of individual projects within the context
of cumulative, correlated actions designed to lead inexorably
to the objective of adequate justification for US military
intervention in Cuba).

1. Since it would seem desirable to use legitimate
provocation as the basis for US military intervention in Cuba
a cover and deception plan. to include requisite preliminary
actions such as has been developed in response to Task 33 c,
could be executed as an initial effort to provode Cuban
reactions. Harassment plus deceptive actions to convince the
Cubans of imminent invasion would be emphasized. Our military
posture throughout execution of the plan will allow a rapid
change from exercise to intervention if Cuban responses justifies.

2. A series of well coordinated incidents will be planned
to take place in and around Guantanamo to give genuine
appearance of being done by hostile Cuban forces.

a. Incidents to establish a credible attack (not in
chronilogical order):

(1) Start rumors (many). Use clandestine radio.

(2) Land friendly Cubans in uniform "over-the-fence"
to stage attack on the base.

(3) Capture Cuban (friendly) sabateurs inside the
base.

(4) Start riots near the entrance to the base (friendly
Cubans).
Appendix to
Enclosure A
7

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Page 11

(5) Blow up ammunition inside the base; start fires.

(6) Burn aircraft on airbase (sabatage).

(7) Lob morter shells from outside of base into base.
Some damage to installations.

(8) Capture assault teams approaching from the sea
of vicinity of Guantanamo City.

(9) Capture militia group which storms the base.

(10) Sabotage ship in harbor; large fires -- napthalene.

(11) Sink ship near harbor entrance. Conduct funerals
for mock-victims (may be lieu of (10)).

b. United States would respond by executing offensive
operations to secure water and power supplies, destroying
artillery and mortar emplacements which threaten the base.

c. Commence large scale United States military operations.

3. A "Remember the Maine" incident could be arranged in
several forms:

a. We could blow up a US ship in Guantanamo Bay and
blame Cuba.

b. We could blow up a drone (unmannded) vessel anywhere
in the Cuban waters. We could arrange to cause such incident
in the vicinity of Havana or Santiago as a spectacular result
of Cuban attack from the air or sea, or both. The presense
of Cuban planes or ships merely investigating the intent of
the vessel could be fairly compelling evidence that the ship
was taken under attack. The nearness to Havana or Santiago
would add credibility especially to those people that might
have heard the blast or have seen the fire. The US could
follow with an air/sea rescue operation covered by US
fighters to "evacuate" remaining members of the non-existant
crew. Casualty lists in US newspapers would cause a helpful
wave of national indignation.

4. We could develop a Communist Cuba terror campaign in
the Miami area, in other Flordia cities and even in Washington.
Appendix to
Enclosure A
8

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Page 12

The terror campaign could be pointed at Cuban refugees seeking
haven in the United States. We could sink a boatload of Cubans
enroute to Florida (real or simulated). We could foster attempts
on lives of Cuban refugees in the United States even to the
extent of wounding in instances to be widely publicized.
Exploding a few plastic bombs in carefully chosen spots, the
arrest of Cuban agents and the release of prepared documents
substantiating Cuban involvement also would be helpful in
projecting the idea of an irresponsible government.

5. A "Cuban-based, Castro-supported" filibuster could be
simulated against a neighboring Caribbean nation (in the vein
of the 14th of June invasion of the Dominican Republic). We
know that Castro is backing subversive efforts clandestinely
against Haiti, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, and Nicaragua at
present and possible others. These efforts can be magnified and
additional ones contrived for exposure. For example, advantage
can be taken of the sensitivity of the Dominican Air Force to
intrusions within their national air space. "Cuban" B-26 or
C-46 type aircraft could make cane-burning raids at night.
Soviet Bloc incidiaries could be found. This could be coupled
with "Cuban" messages to the Communist underground in the
Dominican Republic and "Cuban" shipments

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