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Former Italian president Cossiga has stated that secret spy organizations (Operation Gladio / the Stay-Behind networks) were formed in Europe after World War II.
"Cossiga said Winston Churchill ordered the finance minister to set up a secret organization that would not be like the usual intelligence service.
"The English Special Operation Executive (SOE) was ordered to infiltrate among Nazis...
"The stay-behind network was formed in Germany, France, Italy, Holland, Belgium, Norway, Greece and Turkey... Cossiga said similar organizations were established in non-NATO countries such as Austria, Sweden and Switzerland...
"Noting the organization in Italy was established in 1954, Cossiga said he was appointed as the deputy defense minister and also headed the fifth department, which was the special operations unit.
"'Only the prime minister, the minister of foreign affairs, the defense minister and the minister of domestic affairs knew about the organization.
"'We hid the organization's hierarchy chart in a safe. But as one of the founders, I knew everyone in the chart,' he said." - Former Italian President Cossiga says Turkish Gladio was unique
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In 2006 Stanford "was awarded a knighthood in a ceremony attended by Prince Edward...
"In 1999, Stanford willingly turned over the $3m from his bank after federal agents found it had come from a drug cartel...
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