C.I.A. Fights Memoir of 9/11 by F.B.I. Agent **Updated 9/8/11

August 26, 2011 at 11:18 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

What’s astonishing about this article is the lack of quotations from the Constitution or its defenders, the lack of evidence of CIA disinformation and counterintelligence outside as well as inside the U.S., as well as the absence of references to the current stories about the CIA’s attempts to control the anti-terror task force in the NYPD.

In what amounts to a fight over who gets to write the history of the Sept. 11 attacks and their aftermath, the Central Intelligence Agency is demanding extensive cuts from the memoir of a former F.B.I. agent who spent years near the center of the battle against Al Qaeda.

But the real jaw-dropper is that the publisher is buckling to the pressure.

Facing a deadline this week, the publisher, W. W. Norton and Company, decided to proceed with a first printing incorporating all the C.I.A.’s cuts.

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Update: This inspector general’s report

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was leaked by a whistleblower in the JFIC. Check the Executive Summary, where it says:

A Joint Forces Intelligence Command former employee [sic] alleged in May 2006 to the Department of Defense Office of the Inspector General that the Joint Forces Intelligence Command had not disclosed all original material in response to the 9/11 Commission.

It’s starting to percolate down through the layers of alternative media, just in time for the 9/11 anniversary.

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