You seem to take it light heartedly. "At least five people died, dozens were interned in asylums and hundreds afflicted" in that French town, according to Telegraph article. Not sure if you would like that in your well.
This shows vividly the political weakness of "conspiricism." The CIA is of course one large war crime, and one need not look into hidden places to establish that. It's obvious from the front pages of the New York Times. Chicken-shit crimes like that you are laboriously uncovering merely act to conceal the big and open crimes. Movements opposing U.S. imperialism and the massive war crimes of the last 70 years do not depend on such torturous "proof." You need to study what brings people to the streets. It is _not_ long proofs of particular (and often cloudy) acts; that fails even if the claims are true. A focus on conspiracy can tear a local anti-war group apat, thus aidind u.s. war making.