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Rodrigo, el sitio Cosmopolitan Anarchy publicó parte de una lista de presidentes y otras personalidades extranjeras asesinadas o que sufrieron intentos de asesinato por parte de la inteligencia estadounidense que aparece en el libro Killing Hope de William Blum: “ASSASSINATIONS and ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATIONS

1949 – Kim Koo, Korean opposition leader
1950 – Zhou En-lai, PRIME MINISTER of China (3 attempts)
1950 – Sukarno, PRESIDENT of Indonesia
1950 – Claro Recto, Philippines opposition leader
1950 – José Figueres, PRESIDENT of Costa Rica, two attempts
1951 – Kim Il Sung, PREMIER of North Korea
1953 – Zhou En-lai, PRIME MINISTER of China
1953 – Mohammed Mossadegh, PRIME MINISTER of Iran
1955 – Jose Antonio Remon, PRESIDENT of Panama
1955 – Jawaharlal Nehru, PRIME MINISTER of India
1955 – José Figueres, PRESIDENT of Costa Rica
1957 – Gamal Abdul Nasser, PRESIDENT of Egypt
1959 – Norodom Sihanouk, leader of Cambodia
1960 – Brig. Gen. Abdul Karim Kassem, leader of Iraq
1960 – Fidel Castro, PRESIDENT of Cuba (638 ATTEMPTS)
1960 – Raul Castro, high official in government of Cuba
1961 – Francois “Papa Doc” Duvalier, leader of Haiti
1961 – Dag Hammarskjöld, Secretary-General of the United Nations
1961 – Patrice Lumumba, PRIME MINISTER of the Congo (Zaire)
1961 – Gen. Rafael Trujillo, leader of Dominican Republic
1962 – Sukarno, PRESIDENT of Indonesia
1963 – Ngo Dinh Diem, PRESIDENT of South Vietnam
1963 – Norodom Sihanouk, leader of Cambodia
1965 – Pierre Ngendandumwe, PRIME MINISTER of Burundi
1965 – Francisco Caamaño, Dominican Republic opposition leader
1965 – Charles de Gaulle, PRESIDENT of FRANCE
1967 – Che Guevara, Argentinian-Cuban LEADER
1969 – Norodom Sihanouk, leader of Cambodia
1970 – Salvador Allende, PRESIDENT of Chile
1970 – Gen. Rene Schneider, Commander-in-Chief of Army, Chile
1970 – General Omar Torrijos, leader of Panama
1972 – General Manuel Noriega, Chief of Panama Intelligence
1973 – José Figueres, PRESIDENT of Costa Rica
1975 – Mobutu Sese Seko, PRESIDENT of Zaire
1975 –KING Faisal of Saudi Arabia
1976 – Michael Manley, PRIME MINISTER of Jamaica
1979 – Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Leader of Pakistan
1980 – Muammar Qaddafi, leader of Libya, several attempts
1981 – Gen. Rene Schneider, Commander-in-Chief of Army, Chile
1981 – General Omar Torrijos, leader of Panama
1982 – Ayatollah Khomeini, leader of Iran
1983 – Gen. Ahmed Dlimi, Moroccan Army commander
1983 – Miguel d’Escoto, Foreign Minister of Nicaragua
1984 – The nine comandantes of the Nicaraguan Government – the Sandinista National Directorate
1985 – Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, Lebanese Shiite leader (80 PEOPLE KILLED in the ATTEMPT)
1986 – Muammar Qaddafi, leader of Libya, several attempts
1988 – General Mohammed Zia Ul-Haq, Military Leader of Pakistan
1991 – Saddam Hussein, leader of Iraq
1993 – Mohamed Farah Aideed, prominent clan leader of Somalia
1998 – Osama bin Laden, leading Islamic militant
1999 – Slobodan Milosevic, President of Yugoslavia
1999 – Mullah Mohammad Omar, in Kandhar, Afghanistan
2001 – Osama bin Laden, leading Islamic militant
2002 – Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Afghan Islamic leader and warlord
2003 – Saddam Hussein and his two sons
2011 – Moammar Ghaddafi, his cabinet members and his family

* On the topic of Dag Hammarskjold, former Secretary-General of the United Nations, in early 2015 news reports revealed that Sweden had formally asked the UN to reopen the investigation into the man’s death, and with a specific request to all UN nations to release all documents in their possession. …

* On the death of Pakistan’s leader Mohammed Zia Ul-Haq, the CIA DOESN’T MIND SACRIFICING ITS OWN on occasion. Zia Ul-Haq and many of his most senior staff were on a US military C-130 transport along with the US Ambassador to Pakistan, Arnie Raphel, when the plane crashed and exploded shortly after take-off. The cause of the crash was never publicly stated but media reports claimed the US sent a team of investigators to assist the Pakistanis but that the two sides reached ‘sharply different conclusions”.

EL LANPODCAST DE ESTA SEMANA ES PARA Estanislao Fernandez