‘Kill The Messenger’ A Documentary About Sibel Edmonds

Via Just A Citizen:

In the wake of September 11, 2001, Sibel Edmonds is approached by the FBI. As an American of Iranian and Turkish origin, Edmonds’ linguistic skill-set makes her a valuable asset to the Language Services Unit, where she spends months translating high-security clearance documents. One day shortly after reporting the possible infiltration of her unit by Turkish spies to her supervisors and their supervisors, Edmonds’ world is turned upside-down.

Instead of seeing her colleague become the target of an investigation, she is interrogated, then unceremoniously fired and warned not to pursue her claims any further as she would be watched and listened to. In the years that follow, Edmonds is transformed into the country’s first public National Security whistle-blower and a prominent First Amendment advocate (the ACLU calls her the “most gagged woman in America”).

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  • http://buzzcoastin.posterous.com BuzzCoastin

    OMG, you mean the G-Men work for the same money people that owns the government?!

    I wonder how long before she commits “suicide?”

  • BuzzCoastin

    OMG, you mean the G-Men work for the same money people that owns the government?!

    I wonder how long before she commits “suicide?”

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