Saturday, August 06, 2005
Sibel Edmonds, a former translator for the FBI, has petitioned the Supreme Court to hear her case. Edmonds is a whistleblower who was fired for reporting serious irregularities in the way Middle Eastern intelligence was being translated and handled prior to 9/11.
The September issue of Vanity Fair (not yet online) is publishing a noteworthy article about Sibel Edmonds and her case.
Information related to Edmonds' case is reported to be very damaging to high ranking officials in our government. Information so damaging that Edmonds contends that securing justice would involve criminal charges.
Posted by Bruce Prescott at 9:55 AM