This former interrogator and screener also helped the Iraqi government set up their version of the FBI and opposed the invasion. Certainly some will shreikh about Halliburton, Bushlied, and oil but just listen to the guy's interesting account. It doesn't mean the country needed to be invaded or not.
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April 9, 2009
As members of the many agencies that were likely involved in the interrogations of Saddam Hussein and others come forward, and additional agencies (following the FBI's lead) continue declassifying and releasing more documents relating to Iraq and terrorism a more comprehensive look at this incredibly complex topic will become available. Those unsatisfied with the current public understanding and perception hope that these revelations come sooner rather than later.
Should have just said that in the first place. 😉 The public already understands much more than this guy/these kinds of people WANT people to know. You're trying to justify the War, plain and simple. It has no justification especially where the Ghost organization AL_K_DUH is concerned.
They have an inner religious pissing contest going on over there, always have and always will.
Militias and insurgents, with some AL_K_DUH sprinkled in all sounds good, it makes a great tossed salad of information but they've been doing this over there since long before the CIA ever developed and trained groups like AL_K_DUH. A CIA asset which they used to influence and run Ops within the region.
Never mind a presence to protect Oil, or Bush thinking that he was doing God's work/will That's made for Discovery/History channel TV Bullshit.
I'll stop short of calling this guy a mouthpiece, however his Bio reads as such, not to mention 3 pieces on his blog, last updated some time ago.
Zero reason to be in Iraq. Wasted money and innocent life. Nothing more.