Gordon Gray

Mr. Gordon Gray had been schooled as a lawyer and had spent the years 1937-47 as a newspaper publisher. In post-war Washington Gray’s reputation as a gentleman with intelligence, reliability, and without political ties or debts made him an attractive addition to the alleged MJ-12 team. In 1950, Gray was appointed special assistant to President Truman on National Security Affairs; and in 1951, he was directing the Psychological Strategy Board of the CIA.