Hank Albarelli and John Kelly publish fourth in series of articles on Frank Olson case.
(Sept. 4, 2001)

H.P. Albarelli and John Kelly have posted the third in a series of articles related to the death of Frank Olson on the WorldNet Daily internet site; a fourth article appeared previously in the Weekly Planet. All articles draw from material to appear in a forthcoming book by Albarelli and Kelly to be called: “A TERRIBLE MISTAKE: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA's Cold War Experiments.” No publication date for the book has been given.

The three WorldNet Daily articles are:

“Mid-century deaths all linked to CIA? New evidence in Olson case suggests similarities with other incidents.”
(Sept. 4, 2001)


“Evidence builds in CIA-related death: 'Suicide' of scientist preceded secret deal between federal agencies.”
(July 19, 2001)
(Article describes a Justice Department-CIA deal entered into shortly after Frank Olson’s death that would exempt the CIA from prosecution for serious crimes; article also suggests that New York Congresswoman Bella Abzug suspected Olson may have been murdered.)


“New Evidence in Army Scientist's Death.”  
(July 6, 2001)
(Article connects Olson’s death to another drug-related death in New York, and also suggests serious irregularities in the way the case was handled by New York medical examiner.)


An earlier article on the Olson case by Albarelli and Kelly appeared in the Weekly Planet newspaper(Tampa, FL):

“The Strange Story of Frank Olson.”
(Nov. 30-Dec 6, 2000 issue).
(Article suggests connections between the death of Frank Olson and the Trafficante crime family in Florida.)

To locate the Weekly Planet article go to Weekly Planet and enter “Frank Olson” in search box.

To locate the three WorldNet Daily articles go to WorldNet Daily and enter “Olson and CIA” in the search box at left side of the page.

The list of articles which appears on the WorldNet Daily search page includes three additional articles related to the Olson case by Sarah Foster. These articles are described on the WorldNet site as follows:

“Cold War legend dies at 80.”
Tuesday, March 9, 1999 by Sarah Foster -- Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, whose controversial experiments with LSD and other drugs on behalf of the Central Intelligence Agency brought him into the congressional and public scrutiny in the 1970s, is dead at 80. His death came at the end of a ...

“Meet Sidney Gottlieb -- CIA dirty trickster.”
Thursday, November 19, 1998 by Sarah Foster -- It seemed Stanley Glickman had everything going for him. An American, Glickman was young, living in Paris, and busy carving out a successful career for himself as an artist. Then one evening in late October 1952, his world ...

“Terry Lenzner's CIA connection.”

Thursday, November 19, 1998 by Sarah Foster -- President Clinton relies so much on private investigators to dig up dirt on political enemies, it's said he has his own ...