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Anglo-American arms for Ayatollah Khomeini & Saddam Hussein
I start this thread with another great book from the Lyndon LaRouche organization.
The most shocking about the book is that it was already written in 1981, while it’s still denied that the Anglo-American crime syndicate placed the Islamic extremism of Ayatollah Khomeini in charge of the oil-rich Iran, a little more than 25 years after they had put the Shah in power.
Within the US government, a relatively small group is responsible for the downfall of the Shah:
Zbigniew Brzezinski of the National Security Council;
Cyrus Vance, former Secretary of State;
George Ball, the NSC's Iran Task Force special coordinator;
David Newsom and Henry Precht of the State Department;
William H. Sullivan, US Ambassador in Teheran;
Harold Brown and Charles Duncan at the Pentagon;
General Alexander Haig and General Robert Huyser of NATO's command;
Stansfield Turner and Robert Bowie of the CIA.
Together with a select group of British intelligence agents and the Muslim Brotherhood secret society, the following group of Middle East specialists, from 1977 to 1979, acted as the liaison between the organisers of the Khomeini revolution and the Carter adminiation:
Former US attorney general Ramsey Clark was the coordinator;
Richard Cottam of the University of Pittsburgh;
Marvin Zonis of the University of Chicago;
James Bill of the University of Texas at Austin;
Thomas Ricks of Georgetown University;
Richard Falk and Bernard Lewis of Princeton.
Bernard Lewis came from Oxford University, where he specialised on the Islam and the Middle East.
The "Bernard Lewis plan" is the code-name for a top-secret British strategy to use Islamic extremism to disrupt the entire Middle East, for which Iran was the first experiment. The plan puts the heads of state of Muslim nations against the Muslim Brotherhood using those nations' own national minorities.
Dr. Lewis was an attendee of the 1979 Bilderberg meeting in Austria where "Muslim fundamentalism" was the leading topic.
This strategy is still goings strong, with the Taliban, Al-Qaeda and ISIS still doing the evil work for these psychopaths.
See Bernard Lewis with Henry Kissinger more recently.
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In March 1975, the Shah defied the “stunned” Henry Kissinger and made a deal with Iraq´s Saddam Hussein, with the mediation of President Houari Boumedienne of Algeria and Saudi King Faisal, to abandon the Kurds (that were also supported with arms from Israel) in exchange for territorial concessions in the Shatt al-Arab waterway.
King Faisal died – literally the same month – on 25 March 1975 when he was shot point-blank by his half-brother’s son, Faisal bin Musaid, who had just come back from the US. Houari Boumedienne died in December 1978 of a “rare blood disease”.
See (from left) the Shah, Boumedienne and Saddam when the Algiers accord was signed.
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In his memoirs, Kissinger tells that he was vigorously against abandoning the Kurds. He warned the Shah that any agreement with Saddam Hussein was “worthless” and that the defeat of the leader of the Kurds Mustafa Barzani would “destabilize the entire area”.
In Jerusalem, Kissinger discussed the situation with Yitzhak Rabin, who complained that the Shah had “sold out the Kurds” and Kissinger replied:
Quote:I was shaken too by the Iranian decision. Because we had participated in it too. The brutality of it.

For two centuries the British have controlled the smuggling (including drugs) in the Gulf between Asia's Far East Golden Triangle and the West. These channels were now used to smuggle arms and ammunition for the Islamic “revolution” in Iran (in return for money of course).
The man in charge of Savak' s day-to-day affairs was General Hossein Fardoust, a childhood friend of the Shah since they attended the Le Rosey school in Switzerland in the 1930s, was likely the ringleader of the "inside" track of the revolution; already at the beginning of 1978 he was exploring for allies among the commanders of the armed forces and the intelligence services.
After the Shah’s health visit to the US had been planned, in the beginning of October, Ibrahim Yazdi contacted his old friend Ramsey Clark, who replied on 12 October:
Quote:It is critically important to show that despots cannot escape and live in wealth while nations they ravaged continue to suffer. I urge the new government of Iran to seek damages for criminal and wrongful acts committed by the former Shah, and to recover properties from the Shah, his family, and confederates, unlawfully taken from the Iranian people.
This preceded the hysteria that led to the US Embassy personell taken hostage.
In 1976, World Bank adviser Rene Dumont led an expedition to Iran to investigate the agricultural system there, and by 1981 was an adviser to Khomeini.
Dumont had earlier been expelled from Cuba and Algeria for being a CIA agent.
In early 1977, the Club of Rome's Aurelio Peccei, Jacques Freymond, and professor Ali Shariati began to direct the Muslim Brotherhood in Western Europe to a new, zero-growth version of Islam as part of the efforts to get rid of the Shah by the Aspen Institute.
In 1977, the Muslim Brotherhood coordinating organisation “Islam and the West” was founded in Geneva.
Besides funds from the Islamic Solidarity Fund (a subproject of the World Muslim Congress), the prestigious “International Federation of Institutions of Advanced Studies” helped to get it started. The second of these counts among its funders: Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands (co-founder and long-time chairman of Bilderberg, the WWF and 1001 Club); Aurelio Peccei; Robert O. Anderson president of Atlantic Richfield and the head of the Aspen Institute.
Called "Islam and the West", this project held its first planning sessions at Cambridge University in England. Under the guidance of Peccei, Lord Caradon, and Muslim Brotherhood leader Maarouf Dawalibi, "Islam and the West" assembled a policy outline on science and technology for the subversion of Islam. The outline was published in 1979, and backed by the “International Federation of Institutes of Advanced Study”, headed by Club of Rome member and NATO science adviser Alexander King.
At a November 1977 conference in Lisbon, Portugal, sponsored by the Interreligious Peace Colloquium (that was set up by Cyrus Vance and Sol Linowitz), Peccei conspired with several leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood movement, particularly with the well-known Iranian Seyyed Hossein Nasr, a personal friend of the Shah.
Professor Nasr together with Dr. Manucher Ganji obtained money from the Shah's wife, Farah Diba, and others for a Club of Rome project for Iran.
Isn´t it ironic that President Carter helped to get rid of the Shah, which ruined hs chances to be re-elected, while the Shah himself funded the Club of Rome that was working for his downfall?
Robert Dreyfuss - Hostage to Khomeini (1981):
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US support for Khomeini

Henry Precht, one of the diplomats involved in Iran, described the missions to get rid of the Shah:
Quote:To ensure access to Iran’s new political elite and establish a pro-American regime in Iran.

This Islamic opposition was led by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, who was living in Najaf, Iraq. In Iraq he was already visited by Americans. CIA operative Richard Cottam, who had led the 1953 coup against Mossadeq, discussed with Khomeini for the US government.

In 1978, Saddam Hussein was expelled Khomeini and moved to Neauphle le Chateau (a suburb of Paris). In October of 1978, Khomeini and the Carter administration reached an official agreement on how the Shah would be toppled and the future Iran-US cooperation.

US president Jimmy Carter sent General Robert Huyser to Iran to ensure support for the revolution amongst Iranian generals. On 4 January 1979, Huyser arrived in Iran to instruct Iranian generals that they should support Khomeini’s revolution, through not interfering.
Within the Carter cabinet, national security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski pushed for the “revolution”. Huyser wrote in his memoir:
Quote:Brzezinski wanted to convey to the Iranian military a green light to stage a military coup, and considered that it did so. President Carter intended it to convey such a meaning only as a last resort.
On 18 March 1979, the Kuwaiti newspaper Al Watan reported:
Quote:At the last moment, the United States have explicitly asked the leaders of the army and the generals to take this position, and the American State Department urged its ambassador to convince, as soon as possible, the most prominent generals to not intervene and declare their neutrality in case of political conflicts.

The Shah wasn’t informed on Huyser’s mission, while the previous time the general had come to Tehran his visits were scheduled “well in advance”.
The Shah later commented:
Quote:Huyser succeeded in winning over my last chief of staff, General Ghara-Baghi, whose later behaviour leads me to believe that he was a traitor. He asked Ghara-Baghi to arrange a meeting for him with Mehdi Bazargan, the human rights lawyer who became Khomeini’s First Prime Minister. The General informed me of Huyser’s request before I left, but I have no idea of what ensued.
I do know that Ghara-Baghi used his authority to prevent military action against Khomeini. He alone knows what decisions were made and the price paid. It is perhaps significant that although all my generals were executed, only General Ghara-Baghi was spared. His saviour was Behdi Bazargan.

On 14 January 1979, US ambassador William H. Sullivan organised a meeting between Ebrahim Yazedi, an assistant of Khomeini, and a representatives from the US State Department.
See Sullivan secretly meeting representatives of Khomeini.
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Since 1961, Yazedi had lived in exile in the US because he opposed the Shah. Here he became close to the CIA and the US State Department and became a US national. Warren Zimmerman told Yazedi to inform Khomeini to wait with his return to Iran until Huyser had made the necessary arrangements.
On 26 January, American diplomat Ramsey Clark met Khomeini in Neauphle le Chateau. After the meeting Clark told reporters on the coming “revolution”:
Quote:I have a great hope that this revolution will bring social justice to the Iranian people.
The Shah had already left Iran, never to return.

On 4 February 1979, Khomeini took control of Iran and appointed an interim-government. To lead this government he chose Mehdi Bazargan.
In 1978, Bazargan was an American informant. On behalf of the US government John Stempel, Henry Precht, Warren Zimmerman and Richard Cottam had meetings with the Iranian Freedom Movement, led by Bazargan.
On 14 February Bazargan, appointed the members of his cabinet. The important posts of second prime-minister and foreign minister went to Abbas Amir-Entezam and Karim Sanjabi. No less than 5 people in this cabinet held dual Iranian-US citizenship.
Amir-Entezam had lived in the USA for 20 years. He had already been an informer for the CIA in the 1953 coup against Mossadeq (which brought the Shah to power).
Sanjabi had been a regular contact of the US embassy in Tehran.

President Carter said about Bazargan’s government:
Quote:He and his predominantly Western-educated cabinet members cooperated with us. They protected our embassy, provided safe travel for General Philip C. Gast, who had replaced Huyser, and sent us a series of friendly messages. Bazargan announced publicly his eagerness to have good relations with the United States, and said that Iran would soon resume normal oil shipments to all its customers.

At the end of 1979, it was clear that Khomeini’s revolution wasn’t a complete succes and in need of a new push.
On 1 November 1979, Bazargan met President Carter’s head of the National Security Agency (NSA), Zbigniew Brzezinski, in Algiers. Then the US gave the Shah permission to travel to the US for medical treatment. The Iranian media claimed that the American “Satan” was trying to put the Shah back in power. In response, Iranian students took the American embassy personnel in Tehran hostage on 4 November.

On 5 November, Ayatollahs Khomeini, Behesti and Montazeri all expressed support for the occupation.
On 6 November, Bazargan resigned as prime-minister.

In January 1980, Iran elected Abul Hassan Bani Sadr for prime-minister. Bani Sadr had met the Americans since Khomeini’s stay in Paris. His CIA contact was Guy Rutherford.
Years later, Bani Sadr admitted that the Iranian hostage crisis had been part of a plan to strengthen Khomeini’s position domestically:
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In 1978, the last full year the Shah regined in Iran, the average Iranian earned $2,540, compared to $160 in 1953 (when he was brought to power in Operation Ajax). The national currency was stable for 15 years.
According to the Shah:
Quote:In 1973 we succeeded in putting a stop, irrevocably, to sixty years of foreign exploitation of Iranian oil-resources...
In 1974, Iran at last took over the management of the entire oil-industry, including the refineries at Abadan and so on...
I am quite convinced that it was from this moment that some very powerful, international interests identified, within Iran, the collusive elements, which they could use to encompass my downfall.
It appears that deposing the Shah was planned from 1974 in the National Security Council in Washington, led by Henry Kissinger, whom the Shah thought of as “friend". It took until the beginning of the Carter administration that the decision was made to take action.

William Sullivan was chosen for U.S. Ambassador to urge the Shah to get out.
In December 1977, CFR member, Bilderberger, and banker with Lehman Brothers Kuhn Loeb and "authority on Iran", George Ball, was sent to deliver the Shah the same message.
The Shah commented that he “knew that Ball was no friend".

The Shah had suddenly become the target of a slandering campaign in the Western press. According to the US media, the Shah was suddenly "a despot, an oppressor, a tyrant". For Western TV cameras, protestors in Teheran carried empty coffins, claiming these were "victims of SAVAK".
The Kennedy family financed a committee for the “defense of liberties and rights” in Teheran, which was really a headquarters for revolution.
When Carter visited Iran at the end of 1977, the press reported that his departure to Teheran International Airport was through empty streets, because the city was "all locked up and emptied of people, by order of the SAVAK". What the media “forgot” to mention is that Carter departed at 6 a.m., when the streets were naturally empty!
In November 1977, when the Shah toured Virginia, about 500 Iranian students showed up, enthusiastically cheering for the Shah. Only the 50 Western protestors, who couldn’t even speak Persian, were shown in the US media.

On 19 August 1978, a fire allegedly started intentionally by Khomeini supporters at the Rex Cinema in Abadan, killed 477 people. Blocked exits prevented escape. The international press blamed it on the Shah and his "SAVAK".
On September 8, thousands of demonstrators in Teheran were ordered to disperse by an army unit. Rooftop snipers then sprayed the crowd, killing 121 demonstrators and 70 soldiers and cops. Again the Western press blamed the Shah for the massacre.

In 1960, Colonel Michael Goleniewski, second-in-command of Soviet counter-intelligence in Poland, defected to the West. He exposed many communist agents, including Henry Kissinger (?) and Ayatollah Khomeini.

Around the villa in Neauphle le Chateau occupied by Khomeini, there was a coming and going of the world's secret services, including CIA, MI6, KGB and SDECE. The CIA had even rented the house next door. Libya, Iraq and Russia were providing money.
Members of the Tudeh (communist) Party formed Khomeini's secretariat in France. In cooperation with the French Communist Party they provided couriers to pass his orders and tapes to Iran. Most of the witness-statements claim that the East Germans were in charge of the radio-transmissions; and at least 8000 cassettes of the Ayatollah's speeches were sent directly to Teheran. The BBC (British Brainwashing Corporation) became Khomeini's propaganda organ.
Nahavandi affirms that in Iran:
Quote:the Voice of America, the Voice of Israel and, especially, the BBC virtually became the voice of the revolution, moving from criticism, to overt incitement of revolt, and from biased reporting, to outright disinformation.
Khomeini gave 132 interviews in 112 days to the large amounts of journalists coming to Neauphle-le-Château.

General Robert Huyser pressured Iran's generals to giving in without a fight.
The Shah wrote:
Quote:Huyser directly threatened the military with a break in diplomatic relations and a cutoff of arms if they moved to support their monarch. It was therefore necessary, to neutralize the Iranian army. It was clearly for this reason that General Huyser had come to Teheran.

On 1 February 1979, with US officials joining the welcoming committee, Ayatollah Khomeini arrived in Iran amid media fanfare.
Although counter-demonstrations, some as large as 300,000 people, erupted in Iran, the Western press barely mentioned them.

The Shah, took the invitation of Mexican President Lopes Portillo.
His “friend” David Rockefeller sent a trendy doctor to examine the Shah, who convinced him to fly to New York for treatment in October 1979. On 4 November 1979, Iranians took 52 hostages from the US embassy in Teheran. According to Nahavandi, assisted by Soviet special services.
Mexico didn’t allow the Shah to return and because he couldn’t stay in the US was forced to go to Panama, where he and his wife would be placed under virtual house arrest. Egyptian president Anwar Sadat then sent a jet to Panama, to take the Shah and wife to Egypt, where the Shah died on 27 July 1980, reportedly of “cancer”.
Anwar Sadat was assassinated the next year.

It´s claimed that more Iranians were killed during Khomeini's first month in power than in the Shah's 37-year reign:
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Khomeini and the BBC

In 1979, the British and US governments installed Khomeini into power.
In the Shah's own words: "If you lift up Khomeini's beard, you will find Made In England written under his chin".
The BBC put Khomeini on a public pedestal. The Persian-language broadcasts of the BBC were used as a propaganda tool for Khomeini, making him the only alternative to the Shah's rule. These broadcasts made him the “unchallenged leader” of the Iranian revolution.

By October 1978, negotiations between the Shah's government and British Petroleum for renewal of the 25-year old extraction agreement had collapsed because the Shah refused to give Britain exclusive rights to Iran's future oil output.
Iran appeared on the verge of independence in its oil sales policy for the first time since 1953; prospective buyers included Germany, France and Japan.

According to William Engdahl:
Quote:In November 1978, President Carter named the Bilderberg group's George Ball, another member of the Trilateral Commission, to head a special White House Iran task force under the National Security Council's Brzezinski. Ball recommended that Washington drop support for the Shah of Iran and support the fundamentalistic Islamic opposition of Ayatollah Khomeini.

The coup against the Shah was run by British and American intelligence, with the “American” Zbigniew Brzezinski (born in Poland), taking the “credit” for getting rid of the “corrupt” Shah, while the British characteristically remained in the background.
See Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and Madeleine Albright having a laugh.
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Other possible motives for getting rid of the Shah:
He signed petroleum agreements with Italian oil company ENI;
He began to close down the opium industry.

Another possible motive for bringing Khomeini into power is to orchestrate the American hostage drama to get rid of President Carter (and preventing an October surprise):
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In June 2016, the BBC didn´t report on its own role, but instead suggested that in January 1979 Ayatollah Khomeini had secretly asked Jimmy Carter’s assistance to overthrow the Shah. Khomeini promised that after his return from exile in France, he would prevent a civil war in Iran, and wouldn’t be hostile to Washington...

A 1980 CIA study says that:
Quote:in November 1963 Ayatollah Khomeini sent a message to the US Government through [Tehran University professor] Haj Mirza Khalil Kamarei”, in which he explained “that he was not opposed to American interests in Iran” and that “on the contrary, he thought the American presence was necessary as a counterbalance to Soviet and possibly British influence”.

According to Masud Wadan:
Quote:The US with the support of France, Britain and Germany struck a deal regarding Khomeini at the Guadeloupe Conference [1979]. This three-day summit agreed upon the seating of Khomeini as the leader of Iran.
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Here’s the Shah on Jewish, Israeli influence in the US.
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Licio Gelli and the hostage drama

Here´s more information on the arms for hostage deal with Ayatollah Khomeini´s Iran in the 1980s, including the participation of the infamous Propaganda Due (P2) Masonic Lodge of Licio Gelli.

Former CIA agent Richard Brenneke, on Italian TV, confirmed that the P2 lodge was involved in a deal that involved weapons for Iran if they would keep the American hostage drama going until after the presidential election (in which Jimmy Carter lost to Ronald Reagan, with Bush Sr. as his running mate).

Brenneke said that P2 Grand Master Licio Gelli was present at the October 1980 meeting in Paris where US and Iranian representatives discussed the deal. He claimed that George H.W. Bush, then US vice president, took part in a separate October 1980 meeting with CIA Director William Casey (Reagan's campaign manager).

Excerpts from the interview with Richard Brenneke:
Quote:The P-2 was involved in the operation for which I ended up in court, that is the delay in the liberation of the American hostages in Iran in 1980. Members of P-2 participated in the operation and even attended meetings in Paris and other European cities. The same people were involved in the arms smuggling into Iran which took place after these meetings while there was still an embargo against Iran. The P-2 collaborated with agencies of the American government in sending weapons to Iran after the meeting of 1980.

"October surprise." The aim of the meeting was to organize the freedom of the hostages after, not before, the elections. The meeting was important because there were Mr. Casey, who later became the head of the CIA, at that time manager of the Reagan-Bush electoral campaign and Donald Gregg, who became ambassador to South Korea and at that time worked for the CIA and the National Security Council. At the meeting I attended Bush was not there, but Bush was...

The present President Bush was at that time a vice presidential candidate. From the information I had, I know that Bush was in Paris in the same days for meetings dealing with the freedom of the hostages and the payment of a ransom for their freedom. Gelli took part in these meetings. I do not know if he attended the same meetings with Bush but he definitely attended the same meetings I attended.

My accusations are very serious and I would not do it without evidence.... Some of these documents were given to the court on the occasion of the trial against me. They are still in the trial record. Some documents I gave to members of the inquiry commission of the U.S. Congress…

Brenneke also told that the campaign of George H.W. Bush was (indirectly) financed from Libya, through royalties paid by Qaddafi into Texas oil companies that supported Bush.
Ibrahim Razin (later more on Razin) confirmed that an agreement was reached between Bush and Iran that involved arms and the delayed release of the American hostages in Iran:
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In the spring of 1990, federal prosecutors charged arms dealer Richard Brenneke, because he claimed to have first-hand knowledge of the Paris meetings.
Brenneke was acquitted because not a single juror was persuaded that Brenneke was lying.

In 1986, Iran's ex-president Abol Hassan Bani-Sadr also told about a meeting between Republicans and Iranians in Paris in October 1980. Senior Reagan-Bush campaign advisers - Richard Allen, Laurence Silberman and Robert McFarlane - acknowledged that they had held a private meeting at Washington's L'Enfant Plaza Hotel in September or October 1980 with an unnamed Iranian emissary.

Gary Sick (former staff member of the NSC), who had worked for the Carter administration, also claimed that a deal was made between the Republicans and Iran for a delayed release of the hostages.

Ari Ben-Menashe was an Iranian-born Israeli who worked for the Israeli military intelligence from 1977-87. In the spring of 1986, he came with accurate stories about the arms-for-hostage deals with Iran.
Ben-Menashe asserted that in October 1980, Bush Sr. went into a meeting at a Paris hotel with Casey and Mehdi Karrubi.

The brothers Jamshid and Cyrus Hashemi served as intermediaries between the Carter administration and the Iranian government (to get the hostages released before the elections).
Jamshid Hashemi claims that he and Cyrus helped arrange hostage meetings in late July and early August 1980 between Casey and cleric Mehdi Karrubi.

In an intercepted call shortly after the November election, John Shaheen (who knew Casey since they served in the OIS during WW II) tells Hashemi that he should begin "a direct one-to-one relationship" with Casey.
Before Shaheen's death in 1985, he told FBI investigators that he had introduced Hashemi to Casey (before he became CIA director).

The Senate “investigators” found out that Casey was in London, Monday afternoon 28 July.
They couldn’t find where Casey was on 26, 27 July 1980:
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Brenneke said the meetings took place 19, 20 October at the Crillon Hotel and at the Hotel Florida in Paris. He said Bush was in Paris less than 24 hours and Casey went on to Frankfurt after the meetings.

Heinrich Rupp flew a group of VIPs from Washington to Paris on 18 October 1980.
He said that possibly George H.W. Bush and William Casey were among the passengers.

Mansur Rafizadeh, chief of the Shah of Iran's secret police and covert CIA agent, was involved with the negotiations and confirmed that a deal was made to delay the release of the hostages in return for weapons to Khomeini's Iran.
Rafizadeh said that the deal was made by William Casey, Richard Allen and/or Bush Sr.

25 April 1980 - Desert One rescue attempt, while Oliver North is in Iran, is sabotaged by the CIA/Secret Team in communication with William Casey.
Cynthia Dwyer tells that the CIA caused it to fail (Dwyer gets locked up in Iran).

29 October 1980 (6 days before the 4 November election) - Carter is assured that $240 million in US arms and unfreezing Iranian assets will result in the release of the 52 hostages before the election. (???)

29, 30 October 1980 - Richard V. Allen and George H.W. Bush meet in Paris, France with the Iranian Mohammad Beheshti. Bush and Allen bribe Beheshti's representative to delay the release of the 52 hostages. (???)

20 January 1980, Inauguration Day - The 52 hostages are released.
9 February 1981 – The last American hostage, Dwyer is finally released and returns to the US.

Late February/Early March 1981 - Cyrus Hashemi begins shipments of US arms to Iran, claiming they are "part of an effort necessary to get the hostages released".

21 July 1986 - Cyrus Hashemi dies in London of a “rare form of acute leukemia”.

Barbara Honegger, part of Reagan's campaign team, said that Cyrus Hashemi was murdered by government agents because of his knowledge of the arms-for-hostages deal.
Honegger also confirmed that William Casey knew in advance about the (failed) Desert One rescue mission of April 1980.
Later Honegger was present at a meeting in a “party atmosphere” because “Dick [Allen] cut a deal" to prevent the “October surprise” release of the American hostages.

William Casey, Richard Beal, Cyrus Hashemi, Jalal Al-din Farsi, and Ayatollah Mohammed Baheshti, allegedly involved in the 1980 “October Surprise” deal, all died very suddenly and mysteriously.

In 1988, Los Angeles attorney James H. Davis represented 15 of the 52 hostages to demand compensation because their release had been delayed by the Reagan campaign.

It’s very strange that nobody could find evidence on the whereabouts of George H.W. Bush, Donald Gregg, and William Casey on 19 October 1980 (when some claim they were in Paris):
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