Meet the Man Who Water boarded 9/11 Mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed


crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

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Have you ever seen Feinstein debate another person who understands guns and the Second Amendment?  It will never happen.

 feinstein-e1357239189506Perhaps it’s time to put Dianne Feinstein in front of a grand jury and determine if the allegations in the video below warrant a trial.

A hearing before the House or Senate Ethics committee would likely produce little results.

With her additional unconstitutional position on the Second Amendment she must be removed from office. She is an enemy of the Constitution and the United States of America.

The Daily Signal

A week after Senate Democrats released what the media have dubbed the “torture report,” one of the men who water boarded 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is speaking out about his role in the program.

 

Full interview continues here.

“I do not mind giving my life for my country, but I do his mind giving my life for a food fight for political reasons,” says James Mitchell.

Dr. James Mitchell, a former Air Force psychologist, spoke with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly in a 25-minute interview last night about his participation in the CIA’s enhanced interrogation program.

“I do not mind giving my life for my country,” he said of his work with the CIA and the threats he’s faced following the report’s release. “But I do mind giving my life for a food fight for political reasons between two groups of people who should be able to work it out like adults.”

Senate Intelligence Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., released the report on the CIA’s post-Sept. 11 actions last week. The controversial document detailed the different techniques the CIA used on Mohammed and other terrorists with ties to him.

Watch the full interview.

 

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CIA=Murder Inc.


crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.With the CIA much like the Obama administration, one knows not what to believe.

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Providing balance it is safe to say that the CIA and our government has lied to us for far to long.  I give the CIA a pass because they seem to get the job done.

The federal government on the other hand we are told is transparent, LOL ;-)

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When leftist academics like the one featured in an interview below by an obviously “Hate America First,” female interviewer is not always the truth.

 

Christian Patriots:

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Most Democrats and many left wing partisans enjoy pointing the dagger at George W. Bush and his cabal of dedicated conspirators.

While the first family of fascist facilitators are certainly an indefensible clan of criminals, the essential element about the Central Intelligence Agency is that gathering and interrupting clandestine trade craft, produces little effect to enhance an American First foreign policy.

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There is little doubt that when U.S. forces captured, Abu Zubaydah actionable intelligence was received following water boarding.

Those treasonous NeoCons, who infiltrated both parties, are dire hard globalists bent on fostering an international interventionist empire.

Defending the use of a handbook for torture techniques is a task that only a sociopathic and deranged authoritarian undertakes.

The Hill report, Ex-CIA director defends rectal rehydration, is an exercise in fatuousness.

“Former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden on Thursday defended revelations from Senate Intelligence Committee Democrats that the agency used rectal rehydration on detainees.

“These were medical procedures,” Hayden said during a tense interview on CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Tapper.” He added that the method was used because detainees were dehydrated, and that giving them intravenous fluids with needles would be dangerous.”

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Prancing out Dick “Darth Vader” Cheney to brag about his record of enhanced interrogation is consistent with the culture of obscene de-humanization that is always rationalized as protecting the “Homeland”.

The video, Professor McCoy Exposes the History of CIA Interrogation on Democracy Now provides an overview of CIA practices.

 

Melvin A. Goodman article, Torture Report Exposes Sadism and Lies argues:

“The senior operations officer who ran the CIA’s torture and abuse program, Jose Rodriquez, has been permitted to write a book and a long essay in the Washington Post that argue the interrogation techniques were legal and effective. Their charges are completely spurious and their credibility is non-existent.

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Another CIA operative disagrees. Who do you believe him or the face of tyranny, Dianne “Too old for the senate.” Feinstein?

 

Former CIA Attorney determined water boarding was not torture. All Navy Pilots and SEALS go through it as part of their escape and evasion training.

CIA directors Tenet and Hayden, who signed off on the enhanced interrogation program, were involved in numerous efforts to politicize the work of the CIA.

In addition to deceiving the White House on the efficacy of the torture program, Tenet provided misinformation to the White House on Iraqi weapons of mass destruction.

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The Perfect Kill: 21 Rules for Assassins a peak into the CIA early on and today


crew-223Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper.

Book Discussion on The Perfect Kill

Incredibly, early CIA agents were not allowed to kill or even think about it. Today things have changed greatly.

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Robert Baer talked about his book, The Perfect Kill: 21 Laws for Assassins, about the history of political assassinations and his own connection to them. 

He seems to have become an anti-warrior yet brings up some excellent points.

Remember he attended U.C. Berkley, the “Academic Bastion of the Radical Left,” on the left-coast and was recruited off the Berkley campus without any military experience.

He also talked about what goes into achieving the perfect kill. During this event held at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, Mr. Baer spoke with Lowell Bergman

A truly amazing interview about the life of one CIA agent, Robert Baer who has one hell of a sense of humor.

Panetta’s Memoir Blasts Obama On His Leadership, Blames Him For State Of Iraq And Syria


crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Leon Panetta is not the first of high level appointees to lower the boom on Obama.

When history judges Obama it will be as a fraud, and an occupant of the Oval office who did more harm to America and Americans than good.

Let that be cast in stone.

News Week

“Worthy Fights” by Leon Panetta Penguin Press

Though memoirs are nothing new to Washington, their contents can be particularly cutting when faulting a current president—and Obama’s been hit with a series of not-so-happy former cabinet members’ tell-all-ish books lately.

Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates got the ball rolling by harshly questioning the president’s leadership in Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton followed with Hard Choices, where she distanced herself from Obama’s foreign policy. And now, former Secretary of Defense and past CIA Director Leon Panetta has penned the latest critique.

In Worthy Fights, released on Tuesday, Panetta describes a president that failed to properly lead on numerous occasions and that “avoids the battle, complains, and misses opportunities.” But beyond the Obama criticism, Panetta sheds light on decisions made within the administration, particularly regarding the Middle East.  

Panetta served as Obama’s CIA director from 2009 until 2011, and questioned Obama’s leadership from the start—he, along with others, wondered why Obama was hiring someone with such little intelligence experience for the role.

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The CIA Has Legal Justification to Kill American Citizens


crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

In another well written article at the Silent Soldier, Ms. Lorra uncovers the justification on why the CIA deemed it legal to kill “The American citizen,”Anwar al-Awlak.”

She also makes it clear why libertarians like Rand Paul could not be trusted to be president.

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Founded by and still run by communists.

Paul’s beliefs in this area are more in line with the ACLU, the places that failed ambulance chasers go when they can’t find work or are very close to being disbarred.

By Lorra B. Chief Writer for Silent Soldier

http://SilentSoldier.us

imageedit_2_2876208674Monday a federal court released the outline of the legal justification for the 2011 killing of Anwar al-Awlaki which was previously declared a secret government memo. Al-Awlaki, killed in a drone strike in Yemen, was a U.S. Citizen and had been accused of being an al-Qaeda operative.

It was David Barron from the First Circuit Court of Appeals who gave President Obama the legal justification, without a trial, to kill this American citizen.

Because of his suspected dealing and ties to al-Quada, al-Aulaki was targeted and killed by our administration. Barron and another lawyer, Marty Lederman, were the authors of the first two memos on how the administration could rationalize this act.

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The Central Intelligence Agency’s first memo consisted of only seven pages and was deficient. “As that length suggests, the memo, which could have resulted in a human’s death at any moment, was woefully incomplete as a legal analysis,” stated The Atlantic.

The judicial logic in the memo was lacking to say the least. Both Barron and Lederman agreed and they became uncomfortable with the content of their first memo.

The next memo the Barron and Lederman drew up was much longer and went into much more description of how al-Aulaki was not only guilty but that he needed to die.

 

The 22-page memo entitled “Legality of a Lethal Operation by the Central Intelligence Agency against a U.S. Citizen” provides the reasoning behind fatal operations by the agency.

Because of a very lengthy lawsuit against the Justice Department, the document was released under the order of the U.S, Court of Appeals and the memo was given to Vice News. The Obama administration had fought for years to keep the memo secret from the public, not to mention several other aspects of the targeted-killing agenda.

“We do not believe that al-Aulaki’s U.S. citizenship imposes constitutional limitations that would preclude the contemplated lethal action,” by the CIA or United States military, the memo stated, and made it possible for a drone strike knowing it would cause powerful political and legal debate.

Ex Parte Quirin, the 1942 Supreme Court decision, states that “by universal agreement and practice, the law of war draws a distinction…between those who are lawful and unlawful combatants. [A]n enemy combatant who without uniform comes secretly through the lines for the purpose of waging war by destruction of life or property” is an illustration of a confrontational individual who is an “offender against the law of war subject to trial and punishment by a military tribunal.”

It was the New York Times and the American Civil Liberties Union who filed the Freedom of Information Act lawsuits to obtain the release of the document in July 2012.

“The release of this memo represents an overdue but nonetheless crucial step towards transparency,” stated Jameel Jaffer. Jaffer is the deputy legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union.

Jaffer stated, “The release of this memo will allow the public to better understand the scope and implications of the authority the government is claiming.”

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Adm. William McRaven Shields Files About Raid On Osama bin Laden’s Hideout From The Public


crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot. 

Today there are those who do not believe that Osama bin Laden was killed by members of SEAL TEAM VI.

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There is no doubt the raid was carried out, but was it Osama that was taken down that evening? 

For those with interest in following this line of thinking it’s a matter of using you favorite search engine and asking the question, “Was Osama bin Laden killed by SEAL TEAM SIX?

While you are at it, ask yourselves why did virtually all of the members of the alleged raid die mysteriously?

Below you will find some of my research into this puzzle.

Today on 9-11 2011 there remains much skepticism about the death of Osama bin Laden

Please pay close attention to the sourcing in the article below.

Dead men tell no lies the fabrication of Osama bin Laden’s demise

AP

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Adm. William McRaven, the nation’s top special operations commander, ordered military files about the Navy SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden’s hideout to be shielded from the public. (Getty Images)

WASHINGTON — The nation’s top special operations commander ordered military files about the Navy SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden’s hideout to be purged from Defense Department computers and sent to the CIA, where they could be more easily shielded from ever being made public.

The secret move, described briefly in a draft report by the Pentagon’s inspector general, set off no alarms within the Obama administration even though it appears to have sidestepped federal rules and perhaps also the Freedom of Information Act.

An acknowledgement by Adm. William McRaven of his actions was quietly removed from the final version of an inspector general’s report published weeks ago. A spokesman for the admiral declined to comment. The CIA, noting that the bin Laden mission was overseen by then-CIA Director Leon Panetta before he became defense secretary, said that the SEALs were effectively assigned to work temporarily for the CIA, which has presidential authority to conduct covert operations.

“Documents related to the raid were handled in a manner consistent with the fact that the operation was conducted under the direction of the CIA director,” agency spokesman Preston Golson said in an emailed statement. “Records of a CIA operation such as the (bin Laden) raid, which were created during the conduct of the operation by persons acting under the authority of the CIA Director, are CIA records.”

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McRaven to Grads: To Change the World, Start by Making Your Bed [Watch]


crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

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*Adm. William McRaven, the nation’s top special operations commander, ordered military files about the Navy SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden’s hideout to be shielded from the public. (Getty Images)

Why?

Because we can’t improve upon perfection, and because it’s silly to try and summarize a speech that should be read in full, we present the full copy of Admiral William McRaven’s May 2014 Commencement speech at the University of Texas at Austin. McRaven, BJ ’77, Life Member and Distinguished Alumnus, is the commander of U.S. Special Operations and led Operation Neptune Spear, which resulted to the killing of Osama bin Laden.

Remarks by Naval Adm. William H. McRaven, ninth commander of U.S.Special Operations Command

University-Wide Commencement

The University of Texas at Austin, May 17, 2014.

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Reagan administration, CIA complicit in DEA agent’s murder, say former insiders


crew-2231Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

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We are aware of the Iran-Contra disaster during President Ronald W. Reagan’s watch. 

Which begs the question, how many administrations made the decision to go the corruption route?

TicoTimes

By John McPhaul
Former DEA El Paso boss: Agent Camarena had discovered the arms-for-drugs operation run on behalf of the Contras, aided by U.S. officials in the National Security Council and the CIA, and threatened to blow the whistle on the covert operation.
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Former U.S. President Ronald Reagan meets with Caspar Weinberger, George Shultz, Ed Meese and Don Regan to discuss the president’s remarks on the Iran-Contra affair, in the Oval Office on Nov. 25, 1986. Courtesy Ronald Reagan Library, official government record/Wikimedia Commons

Two former U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents and a former U.S. Central Intelligence Agency contract pilot are claiming that the Reagan Administration was complicit in the 1985 murder of DEA agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena at the hands of Mexican drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero.

The administration’s alleged effort to cover up a U.S. government relationship with the Mexican drug lord to provide for the arming and the training of Nicaraguan Contra rebels, at a time when official assistance to the Contras was banned by the congressional Boland Amendment, led to Camarena’s kidnap, torture and murder, according to Phil Jordon, former head of the DEA’s El Paso office, Hector Berrellez, the DEA’s lead investigator into Camarena’s kidnapping, torture and murder, and CIA contract pilot Robert “Tosh” Plumlee.

“We’re not saying the CIA murdered Kiki Camarena,” Jordan said. But the “consensual relationship between the Godfathers of Mexico and the CIA that included drug trafficking” contributed to Camarena’s death, he added.

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Mexican former drug cartel boss, Rafael Caro Quintero, was serving his conviction at Puente Grande prison in Guadalajara when he was released last July. The U.S. government is offering a $5 million reward for information leading to his capture and prosecution in the United States.

“I don’t have a problem with the CIA conducting covert operations to protect the national security of our country or our allies, but not to engage in criminal activity that leads to the murder of one our agents,” Jordan said.

Camarena had discovered the arms-for-drugs operation run on behalf of the Contras, aided by U.S. officials in the National Security Council and the CIA, and threatened to blow the whistle on the covert operation, Jordan alleged.

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It’s far from ridiculous as the DEA asserts that Kiki Camarena was assassinated by them.  Dead men can’t testify or blow the whistle.

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