Some of you may be familiar with this interview of Norman Dodd, done many years ago (1982) by G. Edward Griffin. Norman Dodd was the Chief Investigator for what became known as the Reece Committee, which had the task of investigating Tax-Exempt Foundations, to determine if they (Carnegie Endowment – Rockefeller Foundation) were acting in any “un-American” manner. Mr. Dodd died a short while after Mr. Griffin’s interview. Following the video, I have included the full Norman_Dodd_on_Tax_Exempt_Foundations_G_Edward_Griffin_Interview.
Attorney Lost Her Mind after Listening to Carnegie – Rockefeller Meeting Transcripts Meeting Transcripts- at the 33 minute mark https://youtu.be/c5eHdTk5hjw?t=33m16s
ED GRIFFIN: How many people actually heard those recordings?
NORMAN DODD: Oh, three maybe. Myself, my top assistant, and Katherine. I might tell you, this experience, as far as its impact on Katherine Casey was concerned, was she never was able to return to her law practice. If it hadn’t been for Carol Reece’s ability to tuck her away into a job in the Federal Trade Commission, I don’t know what would have happened to Katherine. Ultimately, she lost her mind as a result of it. It was a terrible shock. It’s a very rough experience to encounter proof of these kinds.