Paul Latinus

Founder at Westland New Post

Wrong Paul Latinus?

Last Updated 7/29/2010

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They gave orders to Major Bougerol and the underground fascist militia leaders Francis Dossogne and Paul Latinus.
"It is known that [the fascist militant group] Westland New Post, under the leadership of Latinus remained in existence until 1984. And like Dossogne [head of other fascist, subversive groups], Latinus took orders from Jean Bougerol and his PIO intelligence group, if not the DIA directly (239). Bouhouche had close ties to the WNP, headed by Paul Latinus (DIA; NATO; PIO; CEPIC; Group G leader; committed suicide), while Ajjaz's contact at the WNP was Latinus himself. From 1981 until Latinus was suicided in 1984, EIM was in control of WNP. So no surprises there too that Ajjaz was tied to EIM by ARI. At the time Ajjaz claimed to be a journalist working for the AFP. In reality he appears to have been a Syrian in close contact with the Saudi royal family and several Middle Eastern terrorist groups. Ajjaz has been accused of working with Count Carl Armfelt, a CIA agent and WACL member in close contact with Vanden Boeynants and de Bonvoisin, in high tech military supplies to Israel, Libanon, Lybia, Iraq, the PLO, IRA, ETA, and underground militant groups in Belgium and Sweden. Other accusations against Armfelt include that he played a large role in setting up the CIA's stay-behind network in Scandinavia and that in the Netherlands he was involved in planning the countercoup in Suriname against Desi Bouterse.

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