SIbel Edmonds Case: Marc Grossman in Congress

Following up yesterdays The SENSATIONAL Sibel Edmonds Case. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA NEEDS A NEW MEDIA, A RENEWED CONGRESS, AS WELL AS A NEW PRESIDENT WITH GUTS ENOUGH TO STOP CRIMINALS IN POWER. The leading expert on the Sibel Edmonds case, Luke Ryland, offers some updates today: Action Alert. Grossman to appear in DC Wednesday 10am and a summary of ex CIA agent Philip Geraldi's article "Found in Translation. FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds spills her secrets" as well as "UK media slams US media on Sibel Edmonds case" where he links to The Guardian's "US journalists ignore Sunday Times scoop on FBI nuclear scandal". In Guardian you can read "Harry Shearer, one of the voices behind The Simpsons, has used his own blogging voice to ask a pertinent question. Why has a story broken by the Sunday Times over here about nefarious goings-on in the States failed to take off in the American media?"A NEW MEDIA IS VITAL FOR US DEMOCRACY.

Former ambassador to Turkey and former State Department #3, Marc Grossman is the unnamed senior official in the UK Times' recent blockbuster "For sale: West's deadly nuclear secrets".

"(Marc Grossman) was aiding foreign operatives against US interests by passing them highly classified information, not only from the State Department but also from the Pentagon, in exchange for money, position and political objectives."

Tags: Congress, Election, Marc Grossman, Media, Sibel Edmonds (all tags)

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amazing

jesus christ. i google'd this story and found one fox news story, an old CNN pience from 2004, and a 60 minutes/cbs story from early last year.

by highgrade 2008-01-23 05:14AM | 0 recs
Re: SIbel Edmonds Case: Marc Grossman in Congress
The 60 minutes story was actually sent/published in 2002. See "The SENSATIONAL Sibel Edmonds Case" for YouTube copies of the show. There are more links to older coverage in US media (like Washington Post, New York Times etc.) on Sibel Edmonds' web site Just A Citizen.
by oldEurope 2008-01-24 11:19PM | 0 recs

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