Did A CIA Agent Try To Overthrow Turkey’s Government?

Turkey issued an arrest warrant on Friday for former CIA officer Graham Fuller, who the Turkish government accused of trying to overthrow its government in a coup. The warrant accuses Fuller, a former vice chairman of the CIA’s National Intelligence Council, of “attempting to overthrow the government of the Republic of Turkey,” and “obtaining state information…

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Note by the Global Geopolitics editor:  Graham Fuller is today a professor of history at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver B.C. and a distinguished scholar on the Middle East. His participation in such a far fetched conspiracy is virtually impossible. These allegations remind one of Stalin’s show trials in the 1930s.

BELGRADE, SERBIA – Oct. 12, 2017: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s authoritarian ruler, during his official visit to Serbia – Editorial credit: Sasa Dzambic Photography / Shutterstock.com.

Note by the Global Geopolitics editor:  Graham Fuller is today a professor of history at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver B.C. and a distinguished scholar on the Middle East. His participation in such a far fetched conspiracy is virtually impossible. These allegations remind one of Stalin’s show trials in the 1930s.