I recently purchased the ebook version of the complete "Conversations with the Crow - The Final Confessions of Robert Trumbull Crowley." Crowley was the former head of the CIA's dirty tricks department, and this is the closest thing one might find to a "death bed confession". These are transcribed phone conversations between Crowley and researcher and author Gregory Douglas from 1993 to 1998 that speak matter of factly about the CIA's activities and Crowley's involvement with or knowledge about almost everything. They are rude, impolite, funny, and fascinating. Crowley approached Douglas originally about some of Douglas' writing, and Douglas began recording the phone conversations without Crowley's being aware his comments were being captured. After Crowley died, Douglas transcribed them and produced this online collection annotated to identify many of the public figures they talked about.
I had read excerpts that were posted online through TBRnews and frankly was amazed at what Crowley and Douglas talked about--the CIA coordinating the Kennedy assassination, the FBI removing MLK, the government's coordinating drug running through the military, the development of HIV with Navy researchers in Haiti, the CIA's hiring of the head of the Gestapo to oversee its programs against the Communists, the admission that the CIA controls the MSM and that the news agencies only report the stories that fit the CIA's agenda. They are particularly critical of the Jews and the Holocaust idea. Crowley and Douglas also talk about Roswell being true, the Nazi and then American development of their own flying saucers, and the fact that the government knows about aliens and UFOs. As an aside, the conversations talk about the real lives of the leading politicians who are in office and how the CIA controls them.
Even though the comments are rough and make fun of many ethnic groups, the damaging information in the conversations should become common knowlege. The perspectives are those of the speakers. The weblink is www.conversationswiththecrow.com It's worth the minimal investiment, in my opinion.