Spies in the FBI: An Update from Sibel Edmonds
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There is no live show today. Instead, radio listeners will hear an important re-play of March 7’s INSIDE SCOOP interview with FBI translator Sibel Edmonds. For internet listeners, if you have not heard this show, this is a perfect opportunity to catch an INSIDE SCOOP exclusive, with details not found in the mainstream press.
Guest Sibel Edmonds has rocked this Adminstration. After disclosing spies in the FBI and proving Bush had information prior to September 11th that should have alerted him to the up-coming terrorist attacks, the White House has done everything it could to muzzle her. But now her story’s coming out everywhere: from RADIO INSIDE SCOOP a year ago to 60 Minutes, the New York Times, and the Washington Post.
Most recently, Sibel Edmonds and her whistleblower lawsuits caused the Justice Department to change its policy of retroactively classifying as “top secret” documents that were already in the public domain. Perhaps no single individual has done more to open up our tightly-controlled government than Sibel Edmonds. For “All the News the Government Does NOT Want You to Know,” Edmonds is the Bush Administration’s Public Enemy No. 1.