Ok, I'm probably being about as clear as mud, and I know it's a stretch, but what caught my attention was this paragraph from something written by deCamp:
According to deCamp, regarding the documentary Conspiracy of Silence:
http://www.conspiracyplanet.com/channel ... 202&page=2
3. When the broadcast tape was sent to the United States, Customs officials seized the documentary and held it up as being "pornographic material." Attorneys for Discovery Channel and Yorkshire TV were able to get the documentary released.
Could Wackenhut have known about this documentary and could they have pulled any strings with the customs Department? ( Although I'd sure like to see some sort of documentation that the film actually got held up.)
Further, the 1983 board [of Wackenhut]
included Robert Chasen, a former FBI special agent who was Carter's
commissioner of customs until 1980, when he became a vice president
Past Commissioners of Customs
1961 - 1964 Philip Nichols, Jr.
1977 - 1980 Robert E. Chasen