Sibel Edmonds previously spilled the beans about Osama Bin Laden being a CIA asset up to the day of 9/11. Now she’s making a lot more people in Washington nervous, including those who may have accepted bribes from the Turkish government to shut up about that embarrassing episode known as the Armenian genocide and to provide Turkey with information about nuclear weapons. The corporate press, for some reason, is steering clear of this rat’s nest of allegations.
SIBEL EDMONDS, a former FBI translator, claims that the following government officials have committed what amount to acts of treason. They are lawmakers Dennis Hastert, Bob Livingston, Dan Burton, Roy Blunt, Stephen Solarz and Tom Lantos, as well as at least three members of George W. Bush’s inner circle: Douglas Feith, Paul Wolfowitz and Marc Grossman. But is Sibel Edmonds credible?
“Absolutely, she’s credible,” Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) told CBS’s 60 Minutes when he was asked about her in 2002. “The reason I feel she’s very credible is because people within the FBI have corroborated a lot of her story.” Edmonds’s remarkable allegations of bribery, blackmail, infiltration of the U.S. government and the theft of nuclear secrets by foreign allies and enemies alike rocked the Bush Administration. In fact, Bush and company actually prevented Edmonds from telling the American people what she knew—up until now.
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