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Published on Jun 16, 2008
Sibel Edmonds and Luke Ryland discuss the London Times series on her case and the international nuclear black-market network surrounding A.Q. Kahn, the U.S. government's total clamp-down by gag orders even against Congress, the American foreign policy hypocrisy of demonizing certain nuclear ambitions and supporting others, the military-industrial-congressional complex revolving door, the bipartisan lack of enthusiasm in pursuing whistleblower cases, the movie about Sibel's case "Kill The Messenger," and how it only takes one congressman to call her to testify to blow the case wide open.
Department of Justice Inspector General Report here.
Sibel Edmonds is the most gagged person in United States History and Luke Ryland is a blogger who has closely followed her case.