Wednesday, March 11, 2009


This is the story of the brave and courageous Sibel Edmonds, an FBI translator who discovered some very peculiar Israeli-Turkish connections and penetrations of the United States intelligence apparatus surrounding the 9/11 attacks.

She went thru channels at her job and was ignored. She went to Congress and was ignored. She went to the press and the fit hit the shan. When it looked like some of the secrecy surrounding 9/11 was about to be blown away, the US Attorney General at that time, John Ashcroft, slapped a state secrets privilege gag order on Sibel.


Doesn't our government want to know the FULL truth about 9/11?

"...we fear that the designation of information as classified in some cases [brought forth by Sibel Edmonds] serves to protect the executive branch against embarrassing revelations and full accountability... Releasing declassified versions of these reports, or at least portions or summaries, would serve the public’s interest, increase transparency, promote effectiveness and efficiency at the FBI, and facilitate Congressional oversight." U.S. Senators Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Charles Grassley (R-IA) in a Letter to Attorney General John Ashcroft

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