Bobby Ray Inman
| Bobby Ray Inman |
|Alma mater||University of Texas, Austin|
|Member of||Association of Former Intelligence Officers, Council on Foreign Relations/Historical Members, Hoover Institution/Fellows|
Bobby Ray Inman became Director of the National Security Agency.
In February 1976, when Admiral Bobby Ray Inman, was Director of Naval Intelligence, he ran into Edwin Wilson by chance and learned to his surprise that Wilson was working for Task Force 157. When Wilson’s contract came up for renewal a few months later, he discovered that the ONI had canceled it on Inman’s orders, so Wilson continued arms dealing outside government employment, which eventually lead to his arrest and trial as a principal in the Arms for Libya case.
|Document:The Kiss of Death||article||2005||Leuren Moret||Insight into where privatisation of the US Nuclear weapons program and military/weapons/surveillance developments are leading the world. It also provides shocking information about the extent of the apparently quite deliberate and calculated radiation contamination resulting from ever-expanding use of depleted uranium munitions.|
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