FS: 1992 "Albertville" Olympics Promo Pin Set

FS: 1992 "Albertville" Olympics Promo Pin Set

Post by J.R. Sincla » Wed, 08 Dec 2004 14:43:58


1992 "Albertville" Olympics Promo Pin Set

I have for sale a 1992 "Albertville" Olympics 4-Pins Set. The pin set
was a Promotional item from the Visa Credit Card Co. Each pin is gold with
multi-colored design and features Skiing, Figure Skating, Ice Hockey, and
the Torch Relay. Each pin has safety catch on the back, to attach to a
lapel or piece of clothing. The 4 Pin set comes in the original display
case, that states: "Visa 1992" with the 5 Olympic Rings Logo, displayed on
the inside of the case.
The 1992 Albertville Olympics Pin Set and Display Case are in MINT condition.
Price $60. US plus postage

Please include your "postal mailing address" so I can calculate postage
costs to your destination. Thank you

 
 
 

FS: 1992 "Albertville" Olympics Promo Pin Set

Post by J.R. Sincla » Sat, 11 Dec 2004 16:34:02

not
commit perjury before a Senate committee." (Ibid). Davis leaves
out the fact that perjury is precisely what Helms committed
before a Senate committee in 1973 about CIA involvement in Chile.

He also fails to tell the reader anything about the Helms-Bissell
relationship, which makes his "vouching" for Bissell almost
humorous. When the two were in the CIA, there were few rivalries
more pronounced and few resentments more public than the one
between Bissell and Helms, who resented his boss because Bissell
kept him out of the loop on some operations. Helms, according to
Evan Thomas' The Very Best Men, was happy to see the Bay of Pigs
capsize because it meant Bissell would be out and that Helms
would move up ( p. 268). So, to most objective readers, if Helms
has now switched to endorsing Bissell, there must be some
extenuating circumstances involved. There are, and again, Davis
does not tell the reader about them. As the Inspector General's
report tells us, when Dulles and Bissell began cleaning out their
desks, a new team took over the Castro plots, namely Bill Harvey
and Ted Shackley. The man they reported to was Helms, the highest
link in the chain (Alleged Assassination Plots pp. 148-153). In
other words, the alchemy of John Davis with Bissell helps get
Helms off the hook for responsibility for the continuing
unauthorized plots. And