The Ochelli Effect returns with your host Chuck Ochelli and C.A.A. Savastano to discuss a cryptonym (codename) related to the JFK case and one notable 1950s CIA Project seeking to recruit defectors from Soviet controlled East Germany.
Among the regular criticism offered by those who oppose a feasible conspiracy regarding the assassination of President Kennedy is the Central Intelligence Agency would not use Lee Harvey Oswald because of his alleged character and unstable lifestyle. Yet official documents prove that is not the case and when Oswald is compared to some cases of highly unstable operatives and unsavory former enemies the Agency used, Oswald comparatively is the most stable choice offered. Despite asserting mental instability would preclude official use by the CIA, the evidence reveals it certainly did not…Read More
The Ochellli Effect's "Sinister History" is back with Chuck Ochelli and C.A.A. Savastano as they discuss the official evidence related to the past overthrow of Chilean President Salvador Allende. #history #evidence #Allende #conspiracy #CIA
Conover-Mast Publications was a New York book publisher incorporated with offices in Chicago and grew to include locations in other major cities internationally. Burdette Pond Mast Sr. and Harvey Conover Sr. were formerly magazine sales representatives who founded Conover-Mast Publications, Inc. during 1928. Their first publication was Mill and Factory magazine and by 1948, Mast Sr. became Conover-Mast's Chairman of the Board. His son Burdette Mast Jr. joined the company in 1948 and became a vice-president in 1956 after working as the publisher of the "Construction Equipment" periodical.i ii Mast Jr. would eventually become the President of Conover-Mast subsequent to the death of both corporate founders...Read More