| Cover-up |
|Te cover-up sides of deep events tend to be much more complex and instructive than their commission:- an assassination is a relatively routine tasks as opposed to hiding an assassination.|
Personnel involved in deceptive actions such as false flag attacks need at least one cover story. For example, after Saar Noam Ben Zvi and Salvador Guersson Smecke were arrested with firearms and explosives in the Mexican parliament, they initially said to belonged to a private security company and that their presence there was intended to offer their services to some legislators.
Multiple cover stories
Large deep events may have innumerable cover stories, deployable at need, to allow more flexible response to unknown cicrumstances. One common ploy is sheepdipping of the personnel involved to give some credence to their misdirection. Mark Gorton wrote about the JFK Assassination that "the coup plotters had no way of knowing that things would go so smoothly, so they embedded within Oswald a variety of cover stories which could have been deployed under different scenarios. Oswald could have been made to look like a racist, a Cuban, a Russian, or even to have mob ties. However, since the Coup went so close to plan, he was declared to be a lone nut and dismissed as such."
|9-11/Cover-up||A lot of resources have been devoted to containing the truth about the events of September 11th, 2001. However, while it has been more or less kept from television screens, awareness about 9-11 is growing worldwide.|
|Conspiracy theory/Academic research|
|Destruction of evidence|
|Institute for Statecraft/Cover up|
|JFK/Assassination/Cover-up||The cover-up of the JFK assassination continues.|
|Pan Am Flight 103/Cover-up||Just a few weeks after the December 1988 newspaper reports, Bernt Carlsson's name was more or less erased from the corporate media reporting of the Lockerbie event.|
|"National security"||“What possible justification can there be, 43 years on, for information about it to be withheld on national security grounds? The failure to disclose has less to do with national security and much more to do with the potential for political embarrassment.”||Andy Burnham||2015|