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BFP Exclusive: Revisiting My Silence on WikiLeaks - Sibel Edmonds

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Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds discusses the full un-redacted cache of Wikileaks cables released several months ago. She has good inside information that the cache originally contained cables related to her own case, involving top secret collaboration between the US and the Turkish military, bin Laden and the Mujahedeen and later with Fethullah Gulen's Islamist Army there. These cables, dated 1996 to 2002, were part of the case files she worked on during my work with the FBI. They were conspicuously absent from the recent release. She explores possible - quite scarey - reasons why this might be.
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I am a 63 year old American child and adolescent psychiatrist and political refugee in New Zealand. I have just published a young adult novel THE BATTLE FOR TOMORROW (which won a NABE Pinnacle Achievement Award) about a 16 year old girl who (more...)
 

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