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Octafish Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 12:42 AM
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Plame Affair makes clear: USA is run by TRAITORS.



Turd Blossom Rove and Scooter Libby don’t operate in a vacuum. They do not decide what policies to implement. They ONLY do what they’re told to do by Smirking Bush and Sneering Cheney, like which political opponent to destroy or which CIA agent to out.



So, it isn’t just Rove & Libby – Bush & Cheney also are traitors. Otherwise, these turds would want to find out who damaged national security by outing a top U.S. intelligence operative and her entire Organization.



Rove's Leak Points to Bush Conspiracy

By Robert Parry
July 11, 2005

A key national security principle for dealing with top-secret information, such as the identity of undercover CIA officers, is strict compartmentalization, often called “the need to know” – which raises the question why George W. Bush’s chief political adviser Karl Rove would know anything about the identity of CIA officer Valerie Plame.

The answer to that mystery – why was Rove involved – may be more crucial to unraveling who was behind the illegal leaking of Plame’s name and the subsequent cover-up than even the identity of which Bush officials passed the information to right-wing pundit Robert Novak for his infamous column on July 14, 2003.

SNIP…

By contrast, George W. Bush has taken no known disciplinary action against anyone for letting the identity of a covert CIA officer leak out. Rove played a prominent role in Bush's reelection campaign and has since been promoted to deputy White House chief of staff.

Nor has Bush done anything to discourage his right-wing supporters from denigrating Wilson, who gets routinely mocked as a flaky self-promoter or a partisan Democrat.

These orchestrated attacks on Wilson have continued despite the fact that U.S. government investigations – including several ordered by Bush himself – have corroborated the absence of a pre-invasion Iraqi nuclear weapons program.

So, this long-term pattern of White House behavior suggests that negligence isn’t the whole story. Rather it looks as if the dissemination of Plame’s identity may have crossed the line into a criminal conspiracy at the highest levels of the U.S. government.

CONTINUED…

http://www.consortiumnews.com/2005/071105.html



Now that the Congress is run by the neo-Confederacy and the Courts are PACKED with Federalist Society nutjobs, we, as a nation, are in some serious doo-doo. The reason? If they won’t even investigate TREASON on the part of the White House, they sure as heck aren’t going to impeach the traitors responsible.

Pat Roberts (R-KKKansas), chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, is gearing up for an investigation of the Fitzgerald investigation. I kid you not.



Senate Panel to Examine Use of Cover by U.S. Spies

By Scott Shane
The New York Times, July 25, 2005

The Senate Intelligence Committee will conduct hearings on American spy agencies' use of cover to protect the identities of intelligence officers, the committee chairman said on Sunday.

The chairman, Senator Pat Roberts, Republican of Kansas, said on the CNN program "Late Edition" that the committee was "going to go into quite a series of hearings in regard to cover." The practice of intelligence cover has come under scrutiny during the investigation of the disclosure of the C.I.A. employment of Valerie Wilson, who had worked under cover for the agency for 18 years before being publicly identified as a C.I.A. operative in 2003.

SNIP…

Some Republicans have minimized the significance of the disclosure of Ms. Wilson's identity, noting not only her working at C.I.A. headquarters but also the fact that she did not have an in-depth cover story: her purported employer, a shell company created by the agency, was little more than a Boston post office box. They have also questioned whether the 1982 Intelligence Identities Protection Act applied to her, because the law applies only to officers who have served overseas under cover in the previous five years.

But agency officials apparently believe that the law does apply to Ms. Wilson, possibly because she took overseas business trips in the five years before 2003. The C.I.A. sought an investigation, and the Justice Department and Patrick J. Fitzgerald, the special prosecutor, concurred in choosing to pursue the case.

CONTINUED…

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/07/25/politics/25leak.html?...





Wayne Madsen says Roberts plans to pull off an Iran-Contra. Remember how Poindexter and North got convictions overturned was by telling the GOP-controlled appellate court that they were given immunity for their Congressional testimony. So, someday soon, Turd Blossom and Scooter and whoever the heck else Fitzgerald plans to indict will testify with immunity from prosecution before Congress, seriously screwing up any chance of putting these traitorous slugs on trial. And thus keeping the Smirk and Sneer in charge of all the nukes.



Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) intends to interfere in Fitzgerald probe.

By Wayne Madsen
July 26, 2005

Senator Pat Roberts, chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, announced that his commitee will be "reviewing" the criminal probe by special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald of the White House leak of the identities of covert CIA agents. If Roberts is serious and not just grandstanding, this may indicate that the White House is looking to give Fitzgerald's targets (Karl Rove, Lewis "Scooter" Libby, and others) congressional general immunity from prosecution in return for their testimony before Roberts' committee. This was the method by which John Poindexter and Oliver North were able to avoid jail time for their roles in Iran-contra, their convictions being overturned by a federal appeals court because of their previously granted congressional immunity. There is also a bit of Watergate redux in Roberts' statement. Pressure by the GOP on Fitzgerald is reminiscent of the Nixon administration's decision to fire Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox. That prompted the resignations of Nixon's Attorney and Deputy Attorney General. Meanwhile, the Karl Rove/neocon spin machine is stepping up its criticism of ex-CIA officers who are defending Valerie Plame and Joseph Wilson. The Project for a New American Century (PNAC) director Gary Schmitt penned a screed in William Kristol's and Rupert Murdoch's Weekly Standard attacking former CIA officer and Valerie Plame colleague Larry Johnson, who gave the Democratic weekly radio response to Bush's address on July 23. The neocon attack on CIA veterans, including the Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS), began in earnest on the/Republican Freerepublic.com site, a bevy of white supremacists, JDLers, and John Birchers largely based in California's San Joaquin Valley and Orange County.

SOURCE:

http://www.waynemadsenreport.com /



So, CONGRESSIONAL REPUBLICANS DON’T WANT TO FIND OUT IF THERE ARE TRAITORS IN THE WHITE HOUSE? Gee. Here in Reality World, that’s bad. Real, real bad. And that’s why I call these turds and slugs the Bush Family Evil Empire. They represent the world's greatest criminal enterprise ever. And they're what’s got me worried for our future, a future which is determined largely by the traitors in the White House.



Here's why I worry. Cheney, when he was Secretary of Defense in 1989, helped grease the wheels for the sale of 50 (fifty) F-16 fighter-bombers to Pakistan, who had the technology to convert them to nuclear bombers.



The Veep and Pakistan

Cheney Helped Cover-Up Nuclear Proliferation in 1989, So Pentagon Could Sell Pakistan Fighter Jets


By JASON LEOPOLD

When news of Pakistan's clandestine program involving its top nuclear scientist selling rogue nations, such as Iran and North Korea, blueprints for building an atomic bomb was uncovered last month, the world's leaders waited, with baited breath, to see what type of punishment President Bush would bestow upon Pakistan's President Pervez Musharaff.

SNIP...

Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and top members of the administration reacted with shock when they found out that Abdul Qadeer Khan, Pakistan's top nuclear scientist, spent the past 15 years selling outlaw nations nuclear technology and equipment. So it was sort of a surprise when Bush, upon finding out about Khan's proliferation of nuclear technology, let Pakistan off with a slap on the wrist. But it was all an act. In fact, it was actually a cover-up designed to shield Cheney because he knew about the proliferation for more than a decade and did nothing to stop it.

SNIP...

In 1989, the year Khan first started selling nuclear secrets on the black-market; Richard Barlow, a young intelligence analyst working for the Pentagon prepared a shocking report for Cheney, who was then working as Secretary of Defense under the first President Bush administration: Pakistan built an atomic bomb and was selling its nuclear equipment to countries the U.S. said was sponsoring terrorism.

But Barlow's findings, as reported in a January 2002 story in the magazine Mother Jones, were "politically inconvenient."

"A finding that Pakistan possessed a nuclear bomb would have triggered a congressionally mandated cutoff of aid to the country, a key ally in the CIA's efforts to support Afghan rebels fighting a pro-Soviet government. It also would have killed a $1.4-billion sale of F-16 fighter jets to Islamabad," Mother Jones reported.

SNIP...

Cheney dismissed Barlow's report because he desperately wanted to sell Pakistan the F-16 fighter planes. Several months later, a Pentagon official was told by Cheney to downplay Pakistan's nuclear capabilities when he testified on the threat before Congress. Barlow complained to his bosses at the Pentagon and was fired.

CONTINUED…

http://www.counterpunch.org/leopold03082004.html



America! Please wake up! The country, the Constitution and your family’s safety depend on you!

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   Thanks Octafish! I personally didn't need Plame's and Brewster-Jennings  OmmmSweetOmmm   Jul-27-05 12:46 AM   #1 
   Understand what you mean, OmmmSweetOmmm.  Octafish   Jul-27-05 12:58 AM   #3 
   I thank you, as well for that much needed reminder.  AuntiBush   Jul-27-05 01:11 AM   #9 
   On 9/11, I was afraid  sfexpat2000   Jul-27-05 01:09 AM   #7 
   Thanks, Octafish. Truth is stranger, thanks for profiling this! nt  babylonsister   Jul-27-05 12:46 AM   #2 
   You're welcome, babylonsister! Plame Affair is much worse than we know...  Octafish   Jul-27-05 01:05 AM   #5 
      mushrooms yes..mushroom clouds no..  dbeach   Jul-27-05 01:13 AM   #10 
   Precisely.  understandinglife   Jul-27-05 01:04 AM   #4 
   Thanks, understandinglife! Great work, yours is.  Octafish   Jul-27-05 01:17 AM   #11 
      Sometimes The Problem With Intelligence  Me.   Jul-27-05 05:41 AM   #14 
   James Parrot and Pollie W. Cracker killed JFK  dbeach   Jul-27-05 01:08 AM   #6 
   I Know Someone Who Was At The Meeting On 9/11/01 In DC  Binka   Jul-27-05 06:26 AM   #18 
   as always....real journalists: Parry, Leopold, etal  Gabi Hayes   Jul-27-05 01:11 AM   #8 
   Great synthesys work  paineinthearse   Jul-27-05 01:42 AM   #12 
   Cannonfire blog has mounted an attack. FYI.  fooj   Jul-27-05 01:44 AM   #13 
   Betrayers of the U.S. Constitution. They've been exposed and there's  oasis   Jul-27-05 06:11 AM   #15 
   Maybe the indictments will come down mid Sept.  Disturbed   Jul-27-05 06:18 AM   #16 
   It's a massive coup-they took an oath and have betrayed America n/t  deacon   Jul-27-05 06:23 AM   #17 
 
OmmmSweetOmmm Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 12:46 AM
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1. Thanks Octafish! I personally didn't need Plame's and Brewster-Jennings

outting to know that they are traitors. Since taking office, most every action has been to harm the people of our country.

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Octafish Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 12:58 AM
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3. Understand what you mean, OmmmSweetOmmm.

As a good DUer said in January, 2001: "You don't steal elections to do good things."

They were absolutely correct.

For me, the treason goes back to Dallas on November 22, 1963, when George Herbert Walker Bush told the FBI he thought maybe a fellah in Houston may've been involved in the assassination of President Kennedy.

If Poppy had a clue, why didn't he notify the Feds BEFORE the motorcade?



I'm sure this is old hat for you, OmmmSweetOmmm. The reason for my redundancy is to help our visitors and guests learn some things that our history books and channels seem to leave out. Thanks for giving a damn, my Friend!

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AuntiBush Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 01:11 AM
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9. I thank you, as well for that much needed reminder.

Not all of us know these things and certainly needs to be repeated time and time "and" time again now.

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sfexpat2000 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 01:09 AM
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7. On 9/11, I was afraid

Edited on Wed Jul-27-05 01:10 AM by sfexpat2000

of the Cabal.

So 'way beyond afraid now. We can't live our fears, my friend. Let's keep talking truth and acting as if. Sometimes, you have to throw the spaghetti at the 'frig more than once or twice.

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babylonsister Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 12:46 AM
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2. Thanks, Octafish. Truth is stranger, thanks for profiling this! nt

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Octafish Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 01:05 AM
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5. You're welcome, babylonsister! Plame Affair is much worse than we know...

...It's only the tip of a very deep and dangerous iceberg. Brewster, Jennings & Associates worked to stop the spread of WMDs. Why bust that operation open? My theory: To hasten Chimpageddon.

As OmmmSweetOmmm noted above: Cheney, Bush & Associates work round the clock to bring on Doomsday. They'll be among the "saved" all right, deep down in an nuke-proof underground facility and out in the Swiss Alps and out in the aquifer-rich jungle of Bolivia, where Rev. Moon built his redoubt.

Here's what Whitley "Abductee" Strieber wrote about the outting of Varlerie Plame last year:



A National Catastrophe

By Whitley Strieber
Sunday June 27th, 2004

The outing of Valerie Plame in the column of Robert Novak has now led to the resignation of Jim Pavitt from the CIA. Mr. Pavitt was Valerie Plame’s superior. His work has been devastated by this catastrophic security leak, and he has apparently chosen to resign as a result. The announcement of his retirement is the tip of an iceberg of national disaster.

Don’t believe for a moment the rantings of lying radio hosts about this case. Valerie Plame was no small fish. The revelation of her name is, in fact, the most serious intelligence disaster in the history of this country. Only a tiny number of high officials, such as the president, the secretaries of state and defense, and a few high White House officials even have access to the names of the CIA’s NOC “non-official cover” officers. These are seemingly private individuals who are actually key CIA personnel, whose clandestine activities are run via carefully designed covers, companies that are legitimate from top to bottom and are not in any way thought to be CIA-associated, and have survived years of scrutiny from foreign intelligence operations, and are believed by even the best of them to be entirely non-CIA connected.

The names on the NOC list are among the greatest secrets possessed by our country, and the leaking of this particular name at this particular time could well be the single most traitorous act in our history, because it has blinded us to the actions of Iran as they are in the process of acquiring nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them.

In the case of Valerie Plame, she was connected with a company called Brewster-Jennings and Associates. They were primarily active in the US and Saudi Arabia, but also engaged in activities in China, Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia and Syria.

Two decades of intelligence work in these countries has been compromised or destroyed by this monstrous act. Worse, we can no longer trust any intelligence being gathered via this critical resource.

Let me be very specific about the extent of this problem. Here are just two of the areas of possible compromise:

Spread across the southern areas of the former Soviet Union are numerous nuclear devices, fissionable material and delivery systems in various degrees of decay, nominally guarded by Russia and the countries in which the materials are now found. In addition, I assume that the United States has extensive operations in these areas, there to make sure that nothing more goes missing, and that what has already gone missing is tracked and located.

That work may now be effectively destroyed.

CONTINUED...

http://www.unknowncountry.com/journal/?id=162



Appears to me that the "mushroom cloud over an American city" may be the work of a nutty fundamenta-minimalist after all.


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dbeach (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 01:13 AM
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10. mushrooms yes..mushroom clouds no..

condi still wishing on stars and doing that self-fulfilling prophecy thing

did she lie to all her college profs?? and still passed??

still lying after all these yrs.

Chevron named a tanker after her..whadda an honor!!

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understandinglife Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 01:04 AM
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4. Precisely.



Peace.

www.missionnotaccomplished.us - How ever long it takes, the day must come when tens of millions of caring individuals peacefully but persistently defy the dictator, deny the corporatists their cash flow, and halt the evil being done in Iraq and in all the other places the Bu$h neoconster regime is destroying civilization and the environment in the name of "America."

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Octafish Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 01:17 AM
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11. Thanks, understandinglife! Great work, yours is.

Thanks also for giving a damn.

Here's Mother Jones great article on Richard Barlow and leaders who don't give a fig for good intelligence, let alone peace:



Political Intelligence

News: What happens when U.S. spies get the goods-- and the government won't listen?


By Ken Silverstein & David Isenberg
January/February 2002 Issue

In 1989, an intelligence analyst working for then-Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney issued a startling report. After reviewing classified information from field agents, he had determined that Pakistan, despite official denials, had built a nuclear bomb. "I was not out there alone," the analyst, Richard Barlow, recalls. "This was the same conclusion that had been reached by many people in the intelligence community."

But Barlow's conclusion was politically inconvenient. A finding that Pakistan possessed a nuclear bomb would have triggered a congressionally mandated cutoff of aid to the country, a key ally in the CIA's efforts to support Afghan rebels fighting a pro-Soviet government. It also would have killed a $1.4-billion sale of F-16 fighter jets to Islamabad.

Barlow's report was dismissed as alarmist. A few months later, a Pentagon official downplayed Pakistan's nuclear capabilities in testimony to Congress. When Barlow protested to his superiors, he was fired.

Three years later, in 1992, a high-ranking Pakistani official admitted that the country had developed the ability to assemble a nuclear weapon by 1987. In 1998, Islamabad detonated its first bomb. "This was not a failure of intelligence," says Barlow. "The intelligence was in the system."

Barlow's case points to an issue that has largely been overlooked in the post-September 11 debate about how to "fix" the nation's spy networks: Sometimes, the problem with intelligence is not a lack of information, but a failure to use it.

CONTINUED...

http://www.motherjones.com/news/feature/2002/01/politic...



Cheney, Bush and the whole lot of them have sold out the United States for a few lousy bucks. Such scum, they are.



"Unka Dick, whutza 'bendickarnal?'"

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Me. Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 05:41 AM
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14. Sometimes The Problem With Intelligence

is that those those in charge are too & determinedly stupid to recognize it.

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dbeach (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 01:08 AM
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6. James Parrot and Pollie W. Cracker killed JFK

Case is solved..gee that opium poppy bush is smart...


gimme a T for traitor..gimme a T for tennessee


folks reading this may pause and think..very interesting but unprovable..I got all the proof that my mind needs...

poppy was in TX on 11/22/63 and DC on 9/10/01

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Binka Donating Member (370 posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 06:26 AM
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18. I Know Someone Who Was At The Meeting On 9/11/01 In DC

With Poppy and he flew out of the country with the Bin Ladens on that private plane when every airport in the USA was in lock down mode. He told me "Bush did this."

He was there with the fucker and he said Poppy didn't bat an eye at the news of the WTC. Cool as ice. Evil Evil Evil. He is an Omani BTW not Saudi. The meeting Poppy was at with him was.........Carlyle Group. No shit.

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Gabi Hayes (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 01:11 AM
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8. as always....real journalists: Parry, Leopold, etal

Edited on Wed Jul-27-05 01:12 AM by Gabi Hayes

seen this yet?

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.ph...

Fitzgerald better realize that the BFEE are no amateurs, like Nixon, etal

this sounds serious

thx to pirate smile

By Walter Pincus and Jim VandeHei
Washington Post Staff Writers
Wednesday, July 27, 2005; Page A01

The special prosecutor in the CIA leak probe has interviewed a wider range of administration officials than was previously known, part of an effort to determine whether anyone broke laws during a White House effort two years ago to discredit allegations that President Bush used faulty intelligence to justify the Iraq war, according to several officials familiar with the case.

Prosecutors have questioned former CIA director George J. Tenet and deputy director John E. McLaughlin, former CIA spokesman Bill Harlow, State Department officials, and even a stranger who approached columnist Robert D. Novak on the street.

In doing so, special prosecutor Patrick J. Fitzgerald has asked not only about how CIA operative Valerie Plame's name was leaked but also how the administration went about shifting responsibility from the White House to the CIA for having included 16 words in the 2003 State of the Union address about Iraqi efforts to acquire uranium from Africa.


-snip-
Behind the scenes, the White House responded with twin attacks: one on Wilson and the other on the CIA, which it wanted to take the blame for allowing the 16 words to remain in Bush's speech. As part of this effort, then-deputy national security adviser Stephen J. Hadley spoke with Tenet during the week about clearing up CIA responsibility for the 16 words, even though both knew the agency did not think Iraq was seeking uranium from Niger, according to a person familiar with the conversation. Tenet was interviewed by prosecutors, but it is not clear whether he appeared before the grand jury, a former CIA official said.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/20 ...

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paineinthearse Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 01:42 AM
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12. Great synthesys work

It's all falling into place now.

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fooj Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 01:44 AM
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13. Cannonfire blog has mounted an attack. FYI.

Senator Pat Roberts is the new enemy. Here's how to fight him.

http://cannonfire.blogspot.com /

Cannonfire has a list of the Dems on the committee and makes suggestions as to how to go after this asshole.

Thanks Octafish. We can't afford to let up.

Peace.

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oasis Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 06:11 AM
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15. Betrayers of the U.S. Constitution. They've been exposed and there's

nowhere for them to hide in a free society.

Drip...drip...drip.


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Disturbed Donating Member (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 06:18 AM
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16. Maybe the indictments will come down mid Sept.

before Pat Roberts can sabotoge them.

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deacon (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list Click to add this author to your Ignore list Wed Jul-27-05 06:23 AM
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17. It's a massive coup-they took an oath and have betrayed America n/t

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