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Postby ryguy » Wed Oct 04, 2006 5:07 am

Below is an article on Gordon Novel (http://www.rickross.com/reference/waco/waco100.html). I'm interested in what anyone might know or have to say about the man...in particular his recent activities. Note, this article is dated 2000, and he was stated as 61 at the time:

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Conspiracy dreams are an FBI nightmare
Charges by private eye spur probe in Waco
San Antonio Express News, January 23, 2000
By Dick J. Reavis
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A colorful New Orleans electronics expert, private eye and business promoter - like a mischievous twin of Forrest Gump - is back on the fringes of history.

His story stretches credibility, perhaps, but the man whose last name is synonymous with fiction is in the news again, this time in connection with controversy over the 1993 federal siege at Mount Carmel near Waco that left about 80 people dead.

Gordon Novel, 61, is the originator of allegations - recently popularized by "conspiracist" documentaries- that federal agents fired upon David Koresh's followers as Mount Carmel was bursting into flames. Because of the charges that Novel developed, government investigators and the media now are looking into the possibility that at Waco, federal agents might have been guilty of attempted murder, not negligence. Sometime between now and April, at the request of the Justice Department's special counsel, former Sen. John Danforth, and at the order of Waco's federal district court, experts will re-enact a scenario intended to prove or debunk Novel's contentions.

But Novel is not the sort of figure whose charges the media or the courts are accustomed to taking seriously, and his background only adds to the furor over the Mount Carmel events.

The trouble begins, perhaps, with his birth. Novel says he is the illegitimate son of showman and songwriter Billy Rose ("Without a Song," "Me and My Shadow"), who famously said, "I sell ballyhoo, not genius." His mother, Novel says, was a chorus girl in Rose's production of Casa Mañana at Fort Worth's 1936 Texas Centennial Celebration. Perhaps if Novel (who pronounces his name No-vél) is given to showmanship, it is because it is in his genes.

His résumé claims that he was the model, inaccurately portrayed, as "Mr. X" in the 1991 Oliver Stone movie "JFK." He has for years been widely identified as an assassination conspirator; he was a bit player in the Watergate scandal; and he has lately been investigating UFO phenomena. In years past, he also has been an adviser to such beleaguered and controversial figures as carmaker John DeLorean and pornographer Larry Flynt. He is the sort of fast-talking raconteur who can spin tales that only space age technology can disprove - or confirm.

The re-enactment, reportedly slated to take place in March at Fort Hood, "is worthy of Cecile B. DeMille," former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark said.

A British company, Vector Data Research, will fly a fixed-wing aircraft at an altitude of about 9,000 feet over an expanse of prairie upon which federal agents and perhaps others will be firing weapons of differing caliber, loaded with a variety of munitions.

The aircraft will be equipped with a Forward-Looking Infrared, or FLIR, camera, similar or identical to one the FBI used to film Mount Carmel's 1993 finale, equipped with a long zoom lens. Dozens of technical experts and lawyers will supervise the show.

FLIR devices record variations in temperature, producing black-and-white pictures that look very much like ordinary movie images.

The FLIR tape at the center of today's debate was declassified by the FBI in 1994, during the criminal trial of 11 Mount Carmel survivors, including five who survived the fatal April 19 fire. Prosecutors argued that the FLIR showed that on April 19, 1993, residents of the complex set three separate fires inside the building.

But in late 1995, while viewing the 90-minute tape with a stepbrother and son, Novel says he saw something in the FLIR that no one else had noticed: flashes on the back side of Mount Carmel - out of the view of news cameras. Novel alleges the flashes are "thermal signatures" of weapons' fire. Whether the FLIR flashes are pictures of gun- and grenade-launcher fire is a critical issue, because FBI spokesmen have always denied that their agents took shots at anyone on April 19.

The question of federal gunfire and of who may be responsible - FBI men or members of the shadowy Delta Force - also are issues that Danforth is now investigating as a special counsel to the Justice Department. The allegation will be litigated this May, when a wrongful death suit filed against the federal government by Branch Davidian survivors goes to trial in Waco.

Among those who put faith in Novel's interpretation of the FLIR is Clark, President Johnson's attorney general, who is representing plaintiffs in the suit.

"It seems clear to me," Clark said from his offices in New York, "that the FLIR tape shows repeated gunfire, toward and into the church complex, from positions where only federal people could have been."

Clark puts such faith in Novel's discovery, in fact, that he has hired Novel as his chief investigator for the case.

But the plaintiff's arguments that government agents tried to shoot Mount Carmel residents is problematic because, thus far, there are no witnesses to federal gunfire, and most observers agree it would be foolhardy to accept Novel's interpretation without corroboration.

Nine people survived the April 19 tank-and-tear-gas assault on Mount Carmel, but of those, only one, Australian Graeme Craddock, crawled to safety on the building's back side after the fire broke out.

In 1993, Craddock told a grand jury that clouds of smoke hampered his view, but that he could hear gunshots - whether from his co-religionists or federal agents, he did not know.
CIA 'admiration society'
Evaluating the FLIR's flashes is a task that is not made easier by Novel's role as a lightning rod for controversy. His life has been a story of improbabilities since the day when, some 30 years ago, former New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison named him as a CIA agent and a figure in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Both Garrison and Novel disagreed with the government commission that, in the Warren Report, found that Lee Harvey Oswald was Kennedy's sole assassin. Garrison believed CIA figures plotted to kill the president. After hiring Novel as his security chief, Garrison came to suspect Novel was an operative of the intelligence agency. Novel blamed the FBI for Kennedy's killing, and ultimately charged that Garrison's investigation was part of a cover-up.

Contemporary accounts, and even some present-day conspiracy lore, assign various assassination roles to Novel. He was linked to anti-Castro Cuban exiles, or he was an impersonator of Lee Harvey Oswald, in a "two Oswalds" theory of the killing.

Or he hung out with Jack Ruby, Oswald's killer, or was "the man with the umbrella" who gave the signal for the "real" assassins to shoot the president.

One of the books upon which Oliver Stone based "JFK" reproduces a photo that purports to place Novel on a curb in front of the grassy knoll, seconds before the historic rifle shots were fired from a sixth-floor window in the Texas School Book Depository.

Novel denies any part in any JFK conspiracy, but his denial challenges credibility almost as much as the accusations do. "When Kennedy was killed," he said, "I was sitting in the Toots Shor's restaurant in New York City, relieving Elizabeth Taylor of $650,000 of her money."

His meeting wasn't with the actress, he says - to be precise - but with Michael Todd Jr., her stepson and financial manager. It was part of a project to raise money for the recreation of Bourbon Street scenes at the New York World's Fair of 1964-65, Novel says. He is not nor has he ever been a CIA operative, Novel said, "though me and the CIA do have a mutual admiration society." He calls reports connecting him to JFK's death "horse feathers" or "bull feathers"- inspired by his nearly lifelong enemy, the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Because he has publicly blamed the JFK assassination on the FBI, the agency has a vendetta to imprison and defame him, Novel charges. "In 1967 the bureau declared war on me," he said, "and they haven't let up yet. They want to get me because I wouldn't help them frame the CIA for the assassination that they carried out." An FBI spokesman declined comment when asked about Novel's claims. Unusual witness Gordon Novel is also an unusual witness to history because he was convicted twice of federal felonies.

In 1969, a federal prosecutor in Reno, Nev., charged him with the unlawful interstate transfer of electronic intelligence equipment. "Novel had in his possession a briefcase with a radio receiver, recorder and microphone at an Indian pyramid tribal council meeting," a newspaper account of the case reported. "I was the first guy to be convicted under that law," Novel said. "Watergate conspirators were the next."

In 1977, he pleaded guilty to the felony possession of a firearm, a federal offense, and spent a year in jail. Between 1976 and 1980, Novel also was brought to trial four times on state arson charges in New Orleans. His first two court dates ended in mistrials, the third in a conviction and three-year sentence.

But Novel presented an appeals court with evidence that tape recordings introduced by the prosecution - tapes produced by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms - had been doctored. Prosecutors did not offer the tapes when Novel's fourth trial opened, and he was acquitted. Novel's legal woes, he insists, all have been motivated by the FBI's desire to take revenge for his betrayal of Garrison.

"I was working as Garrison's chief of security," he explained - a fact that is amply documented -"while at the same time working for the White House to destabilize Garrison's operation."

His role at the White House, he says, involved both installing an "electronic countermeasures system" and keeping then-Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy posted on the strategy that Garrison was devising for the JFK probe.

"Garrison was working for the FBI," Novel said, "with the object of framing the Johnson administration and the CIA for the murder that the FBI committed."

The effect of the FBI's vendetta in the Nevada case, Novel asserts with pleasure, was blunted by the White House. "I got a year's probation, but I served it on the Pedernales Ranch," he said.

When Novel makes declarations like that, some of those who deal with him weigh his statements with what they call "the Novel factor." "You can't afford to ignore Novel, but you can't take what he says at face value," said Mike McNulty, whose Emmy-award-winning documentary "Waco: The Rules of Engagement" brought the gunfire thesis to public attention. "You have to discount for 'the Novel factor.'"

Pressed on the question of his LBJ ranch sentence, Novel admits he spent most of his probationary year in the Dallas-Fort Worth area - but he insists his de facto probation officer was LBJ aide Walter Jenkins, who like other figures whose names Novel frequently drops, is safely dead. Yet Novel is not simply a man who tells tall tales on dead people. In 1979, John DeLorean, designer of the Pontiac GTO, began producing an expensive sports car in Northern Ireland. In 1982, the British government shut the plant, and soon thereafter, DeLorean was arrested in the United States on a federal cocaine-dealing charge.

DeLorean hired Novel as an aide in his defense effort, and when the case went to trial in 1984, the automaker was acquitted, thanks in part to an audiotape that Novel unearthed, revealing DeLorean was the victim of a sting.

Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt, whose quixotic 1984 presidential campaign Novel also was promoting at the time, made the tape public, only to be jailed for contempt of court when he refused to reveal its origins. "He went to jail rather than naming me," Novel said. The story is true: "I did refuse to give him up as a source, and it cost me 51/2 months in prison," Flynt said.

After DeLorean's acquittal, Novel and the beleaguered automaker devised a plan to produce a new sports car, but that scheme fell through, DeLorean said, "because about half an hour after we made our announcement, I was arrested for embezzlement."

DeLorean's second federal trial also resulted in an acquittal. Perhaps becau se his legal troubles nearly ruined him - earlier this month DeLorean lost his home in a bankruptcy proceeding - today the exonerated industrialist has only praise for investigator Novel.

"There's only one like him," DeLorean said. "Gordon Novel is sui generis. He's very perceptive and very intelligent."
Watergate connection
Novel has buttressed his arguments on behalf of the FLIR/gunfire thesis by dropping the name of another luminary, William Colby. Like most Novel stories, the tale of the former CIA's involvement is of the shaggy dog type. Not long after he had finished his probated sentence, as Novel tells it, on one of his missions to pump money out of rich and powerful patrons, he met Nixon aide Charles Colson.

"I went in to see Colson about a loan from the Western Pension Fund to buy Federal Express, which was in trouble at the time," he said. "Pretty soon, we were talking about the Watergate tapes."

The two concocted a plan to erase the tapes using a "degaussing field canon," a device that could project a magnetic beam over a distance and through walls, scrambling the tapes. Ultimately, they decided not to try the scheme, Novel says, because Nixon nixed it. "We had evidence that John Dean had independently recorded all of the conversations," Novel said. Through Colson, whose association with Novel was documented by prominent columnist Jack Anderson, and other CIA or "company" men, Novel came to know Colby, who was CIA director from 1973 to 1975.

It was the retired Colby to whom Novel turned in 1995, he said, for confirmation that the FLIR flashes were actually gunshot signatures. He telephoned Colby, sent him a copy of the FLIR, "told him, 'if you've got any technology that you could put on it, I'd like to know what it says.'" A few weeks later, according to Novel's account, Colby called to say that, "You've got a positive on this stuff and I've got something that we probably shouldn't have, but I am going to show it to you."

Not long after Colby's call, Novel said, "some company guys show up at the New Orleans airport Hilton, with an IBM laptop and player. The FLIR had been put onto a hard disc and colorized, with fire in green, explosions in blue and gunshots in red. Everything you saw was event-designated." Novel also claims the film showed federal agents "using blinding lasers, firing them at the Davidians coming out of the building in the rear." But that scene, he says, occurs in a five-minute span of the tape that was not in the copy that he had sent to Colby, and that is missing from the version that the FBI has declassified.

Novel has explained the former CIA director's assistance by saying that, "Colby was helping us because he was tired of the CIA being framed for the murder of JFK." He's also said that, "when Colby gave me this intelligence, he wasn't ratting on anybody. He was simply pro-CIA. He was extremely angry about seeing the FBI pushing for a world government." After viewing the colorized FLIR, Novel took his interpretation to filmmaker McNulty, who brought in Edward Allard, formerly an analyst with the Defense Department's Night Vision Laboratory and a pioneer of FLIR technology. Allard's conclusion, after studying a copy of the tape that McNulty provided, was that it "clearly showed gunfire toward the building." His opinion and a subsequent meeting, at which Novel, Allard and McNulty all were present, shortly led to the making of "Rules of Engagement," whose sequel, "Waco: A New Revelation," is spurring much of the renewed attention to the events at Waco.
Waiting on FLIR test
If the re-enactment confirms that, indeed, weapons' fire does leave telltale tracks on FLIR tapes, a generation of conspiracy buffs will believe that Gordon Novel was an operative of the CIA, chosen to deliver Colby's message as an agent of plausible deniability - as one to whom spooks and spies turn in order to conceal their tracks.

If, on the other hand, the FLIR camera records no flashes, those who subscribe to the official version of the Waco events will doubtless point out that Novel's credibility was always weak.

The New Orleans private eye and conspiracy-weaver already has prepared for that turn of events. Predicting that the test will be rigged with high-tech gimmickry and gadgetry, he is denouncing it as an "out-and-out sham." If the results of the re-enactment are believed, he says, the truth about what happened at Waco will be like the truth about another favorite subject of "conspiracists," on which he also claims to have an inside track: UFOs and the fabled Area 51.

"It is the blackest, deepest darkest secret of the whole federal government," he said.
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Postby MarshallMattDharma » Wed Oct 04, 2006 8:17 am

Dan Smith brings him up a lot at his blog, in relation to some
movie project about UFOs. I remember an email from some
months ago where Jack Sarfatti said he was like a consultant on that
project (vetting the physics concepts for script). I remember a name
"Doug Ivanovitch" as also associated with this project. And, if I remember
right, I think R. Doty was somehow in the mix too. Last reference by
Smith says he is not so involved with that anymore.

I looked for the email on this but it seems to be not there anymore.
Must have done some purging.
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Postby MarshallMattDharma » Wed Oct 04, 2006 8:30 am

When I looked him up before (via google, naturally), it just seemed to be a jumbled up bunch of creepy stuff and mystifying intrigue.

You guys going to shine a light down this well? Might be interesting.

One thing really gives me the creeps: all that talk about a possible
connection to JFK's death.
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Postby kiwicocky » Wed Oct 04, 2006 9:11 am

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Friend or associate of John Alexander?

Allegedly assured Burisch (via Harry Dschaak?) that Ramsey Clark could get him the hearing and immunity he desired - but Burisch freaked out.

The connections, or dots, via Clark are interesting ....

Have any of you heard of Lyndon H LaRouche? Rick Ross has a page on him too.
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Postby Shawnna » Wed Oct 04, 2006 10:51 am

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Postby MarshallMattDharma » Wed Oct 04, 2006 4:58 pm

Lyndon LaRouche is always running for President.

He is a class A creep, conspiracy theorist, and anti Semite.

I've had more than enough contact with his followers. (Cultists)
Last time at the California Democratic State convention in 2003 (where they
were thankfully kept outside the convention center in Sacramento).
(I saw John Kerry, John Edwards and Howard Dean there.)

Re: Gordon Novel. I think the last thing I heard he was involved in some
sort of movie project, with a Doug Ivanovitch (of PAX TV?). This was in
one of the emails I read from Jack Sarfatti. (Which I still can't find.)

PS: Rick Ross rocks. A very good and important resource he has (website).
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Postby kiwicocky » Thu Oct 05, 2006 2:01 am

From Dan Smith:
Another instigating factor here is an email purportedly from Ron that was forwarded to me yesterday:

Knights at large,

Normally I would not comment on an early draft so as not to dissuade others from offering independent contributions, but I think Jim caputures the issues so well that additional contributions would be of little value. I think we all share Jim's view that Gordon is the only legitimate leader of the RAM. He served his time, independently derived the circuit, and developed a plan to build a technology, industry, and new world order. But Dr. K. will want to know why he has been singled out for the briefing, what evidence the Knights will provide, and what they will expect in return. These are issues that I think should be discussed only within the inner circle. Therefore I suggest the dialog terminate within this outer circle by 16:00 EST Saturday. Please forward any additional comments or suggestions to Jim and John.before the deadline. Not discussed yet is how and where to bring this to fruition. I included on distribution those few individuals that I think have the intellectual and technical capacity to apply the circuit to make dumpsters fly. As the good Dr. Green pointed out, the demo may be key to acceptance by those outside the outer circle.

Lord of Oversight and Stewardship


I just about had Gordon convinced that this must be bogus, when Ron popped up on his other line to confirm his authorship! Well, knock me down and call me stupid! It's obviously high-time to look at the other side of this coin, before there commences the citizens' inquiry into the management of the DNI. Have I been provoked, or what?

The public principles this time around appear to be Gordon Novel, Jack Sarfatti and myself. Jack and I go back to around '97. His particulars are easily available on the web (9,000 hits). I (190,000 hits!) introduced Jack to Ron (only 232 hits!), early on. I also introduced Gordon Novel to Ron soon thereafter. But I had been hearing about Gordon from Ron, for several years before that.

Gordon Novel (1,680 hits): what more can we say? Gordon says that Jim Marrs is presently working on his biography. I hear that he grew up (presently 67 years) on the wrong side of the tracks in New Orleans, and fell in with an 'aryan' bunch. He is sometimes rumored to have been the 'umbrella man'. He says he heard about, but did not meet Fred Lee Crisman in N.O. He admits to having helped break up the Garrison investigation while under the purview of the White House. He was arrested by the FBI, not long thereafter, while installing an off-the-books electronic security system at the White House. His mentor for many years has been Ramsey Clark, for whom he was the principal investigator, particularly at Waco. Note that Ramsey is presently defending Saddam, another FOR.


And:

So here we are, three musketeer FORs: Gordon, Jack and Dan, I'll drink to that. We're all dressed up with no place to go now except possibly to visit Henry Kissinger who is due to make a presentation to a special meeting of the Bilderbergers. On Monday I was on a conference call with Gordon, Robert Shaheen(?), and Leon Lespona(?). Robert, out of the four of us, sounded entirely sane. He was well known to the Agency, and now to Ron. He is also an associate of Adnan Kosiggi and Henry. He is the designated go-between. Ron has met Henry three times, but he did not say how recently.

Whassup?? Well, Henry has long been rumored to be MJ1. According to one story, it was he who turned the MJ national franchise over to the Bilderbergers.


And:
Signed an NDA for Gordon's RAM, and saw War of the Worlds with son and nephew. I was told another new RAMer is also an eschatologist. I guess we'll see about that.



So, what's a 'RAM'??
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Re: Gordon Novel

Postby packetStorm » Thu Jun 25, 2009 9:40 pm

Gorden Novel ... member of Robert Bigelow's National Institute for Discovery Science [NIDS] along with John Alexander, Victoria Alexander, Edgar Mitchell, Hal Puthoff and Bruce Maccabee.

Many interesting things here ... but I have a question regarding Martin Cannon ... the author of The Controllers: Mind Control and Its Role in the "Alien" Abduction Phenomenon. In which it appears that Cannon has disowned his work:

http://www.ufomind.com/misc/1997/mar/d21-001.shtml

I came across a the following ... from a taped phone conversation from John Alexander's wife Victoria dated May 30, 1993:

“Martin, as an ex-friend I have to warn you. John and Hal [Puthoff] are really ticked off at you. And they’ve given the matter over to Gordon [Novel] to handle. Watch out.”

Also ... it appears that Martin went to an extreme to publicly discredit many MC witnesses.

So ... does anyone have any additional insight into Martin Cannon being forced to disown The Controllers?
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Re: Gordon Novel

Postby ryguy » Fri Jun 26, 2009 12:47 pm

packetStorm wrote:I came across a the following ... from a taped phone conversation from John Alexander's wife Victoria dated May 30, 1993:

“Martin, as an ex-friend I have to warn you. John and Hal [Puthoff] are really ticked off at you. And they’ve given the matter over to Gordon [Novel] to handle. Watch out.”

Also ... it appears that Martin went to an extreme to publicly discredit many MC witnesses.

So ... does anyone have any additional insight into Martin Cannon being forced to disown The Controllers?


ooh...nice tidbit, thank you for posting! Anyone who Hal and John may be "ticked off" at would make important sources of information for RU. :)

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Re: Gordon Novel

Postby longhaircowboy » Fri Jun 26, 2009 9:48 pm

I found this request at UFOMind-
http://www.ufomind.com/misc/1997/mar/d21-001.shtml
Is there any way you could remove my name from your list of ufologists? I am out of the field. I have disowned the theory outlined in my work "The Controllers," and have requested everyone carrying the piece on the web to remove it. That damned thing has caused nothing but trouble. If you can't remove my name, at least be good enough to inform your readers that I have changed my tune. Frankly, UFO buffs and conspiracy nuts kind of make me feel ill these days. I am SO damned sick of always being called an "agent"...
Its dated March 21 1997.
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Re: Gordon Novel

Postby Crackajack » Sat Feb 06, 2010 6:33 am

Gordon,

You always have my full support. Unfortuantely my ability to provide that support depends on a variety of factors, not the least of which is the degree to which you associate with me publicly. When you publicly ask me to help with something like recovering your car or property, my hands are tied. I cannot appear to be responding to your very public requests. I did intervene with Jack and I have been communicating with Ryan. They are both good people.

I am going to make another attempt with Morgan. I think he is fundamentally honorable but caught up with some bad people.

Ron


Well, at least he likes you Ry :mrgreen:
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