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We Have Met The WMD Terrorists, And They Are US

The Bush Administration leaned on the Swiss government to destroy crucial evidence in a broad investigation into the nuclear proliferation network of AQ Khan because the information would implicate the CIA and US Government in a web of entangled activities. As a result, innumerable criminal investigations have been compromised, if not destroyed altogether. And Khan and the others walk free.


The Strange Case of Hiwa Abdul Rahman Rashul (Part 1)

In June 2004, Hiwa Abdul Rahman Rashul had his 15 minutes of fame when Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld answered questions at a press conference about the detainee known to American soldiers only as Triple X, the first ghost detainee transferred from CIA custody to the U.S. military. Rashul was suspected of being a member of Ansar al-Islam, a violent Kurdish Sunni Islamist movement opposed to the dominant Kurdish groups of northeastern Iraq. The real story of Hiwa Abdul Rahman Rashul wasn’t his terrorist past or his time as a ghost detainee of the DOD, but his treatment by the CIA in between.


The Missing Emails and the OVP Coverup

Both the defense and prosecution introduced a bunch of articles referencing the Plame leak–and particularly OVP’s role in it–between September 27, 2003 to October 12, 2003. But some are missing–most importantly, a bunch that came out while Libby was in Jackson and Cathie Martin was apparently in DC making statements claiming Libby wasn’t involved.