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National Security Watch: FBI whistle-blower petitions high court

by Danielle Knight USNews.com (US News & World Report) Friday, Aug 5, 2005 Link to Original Lawyers for Sibel Edmonds, the former translator for the FBI, have petitioned the Supreme Court to hear her case. Edmonds claims that she was fired in retaliation for reporting security breaches and possible espionage within the bureau. The FBI

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FBI & 9/11

by Sibel Edmonds www.justacitizen.com Monday, Jun 20, 2005 Link to Original Over four years ago, more than four months prior to the September 11 terrorist attacks, in April 2001, a long-term FBI informant/asset who had been providing the bureau with information since 1990, provided two FBI agents and a translator with specific information regarding a

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A Personal Decision

by Kevin Ryan Unanswered Questions.org Friday, Jun 10, 2005 Link to Original Have you ever found yourself caught between several hundred million people and their most cherished lies? After writing a letter to a government scientist, pleading with him to clarify a report of his work, I found myself in just that situation. The letter

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Outrageous Conspiracy Theories: Report on a Conversation with Philip Zelikow

by Thomas Hansen, Ph.D. Tuesday, Jun 7, 2005 Link to Original It is nearly a year since the 9/11 Commission report was finished and the investigation of the events of 9/11 officially came to a close. But unofficially, many Americans have unanswered questions, and at least some of this hesitancy to close the book on

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Gagged, But Not Dead

by Sibel Edmonds www.JustACitizen.com Saturday, May 14, 2005 Link to Original The Appeal Court’s decision on Sibel Edmonds’ Case is out: ‘Case Dismissed;’ no opinion cited; no reason provided. The Court’s decision, issued on Friday, May 6, has generated a string of obituaries; “another major blow, maybe the last one, to Sibel Edmonds, a woman

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Judge in Moussaoui Case Blocks Release of Sept. 11 Report

by Dan Eggen Washington Post, Page A02 Saturday, Apr 30, 2005 Link to Original The federal judge overseeing the prosecution of admitted al Qaeda operative Zacarias Moussaoui has blocked an attempt by the Justice Department’s inspector general to release a report on FBI missteps prior to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, according to a ruling

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