In , she published an autobiography called Classified Woman – The Sibel Edmonds Story: A Memoir. Reviewing the. Join Sibel Edmonds at her Website In this startling memoir, Sibel Edmonds— the most classified woman in U.S. history—takes us on a surreal journey that. Classified Woman (Image: Sibel Edmonds)Sibel Edmonds is a former language specialist for the FBI, where she reported serious acts of.
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Here is a firsthand account of just how corrupt US government agencies are.
She accused a colleague of covering up illicit activity involving Turkish nationals, alleged serious security breaches and cover-ups and that intelligence had been deliberately suppressed, endangering national security.
Edmonds actually wants the superior to take action. Sibel Edmonds recounts one conversation in which Feghali told wkman.
They are our fellow citizens who would sacrifice freedom for the illusion of safety. In Novemberher second month at the bureau, Sibel and her husband, Matthew Edmonds, received a surprise visit at their Alexandria, Virginia, home from the Dickersons.
This is not conspiracy theory, it is conspiracy fact, the unpleasant realization that human society is dominated by its own conspiratorial behavior. Every American should read this book. Sibel’s “problem” is that she is honest and does a professional job. Please keep your comments on topic with the article. Edmonds had been visiting her extended family in Turkey every year, but now she knew she could never again visit the country, because she would probably be arrested, imprisoned, tortured and killed.
This is a book of courage and intelligence. If Edmonds had known what was coming, she might have chosen an entirely different strategy, lying low, collecting information, leaking information, and anonymously notifying committed campaigners about flassified to intervene against corruption in the security apparatus.
Sibel Edmonds was classifoed immigrant, someone who had experienced brutal dictatorships and expected something different in t For those who think that there is even the slightest possibility that the United States government could become less evil instead of more and more evil every day, this book is required reading.
Her story as a FBI whistleblower is explosive and compelling, hence why she is the most classified woman in US history. What languages do you speak? Edmonds was hired, as a contractor, to work as an interpreter in the translations unit of the FBI in Washington on  September 13, September 15 or September 20, For those of us with any personal experience as whistleblowers, every word of Classified Woman resonates with the truth of our own lives. Retrieved 23 May Those that did show an interest wanted her to edit it to show more partisan bias.
Those involved had high-level connections in the US, and were paying them for protection. Archived from the original on 15 October Dec 10, Richard Lowe rated it it was amazing. Edmonds duly reports the facts and her suspicions This is an important story, in a somewhat flawed book.
The Sibel Edmonds Story
She received glowing evaluations. This is where the story becomes amazing. Sympathetic coverage for Edmonds from alternative media on the Right has been woefully lacking, dibel a few exceptions. He wanted the logjam to get edmond, not better, to help his appeals for a larger budget, more translators, more resources, and better perks. She discovered others with important information were similarly given the cold shoulder. Read this book, investigate Sibel and her claims on your own, come to your own conclusions about whether her story is believable.
Sep 20, Robert Kirkconnell rated it it was amazing.
She was not prepared for Google to succumb to pressure and delete the blog at a crucial time. Some colleagues are sympathetic but warn you that you are pursuing a futile course that will only bring retaliation, harassment, and even danger to you and your family.
If she went, the results could be fiddled and used to dismiss her; if she refused to go, she could be dismissed for disobeying instructions. It is a “must read” ,but of course you won’t find mainstream media out there pushing it! You might imagine that, with all the secrecy involved, that the FBI followed protocols closely. Her husband edmones a pillar of strength through every crisis.
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Eventually, she decided to go public, and suddenly things looked more promising. And that’s where this interesting book left me, ashamed of my government, more than ever aware of and wpman for high-level lying and coverups, yet mistrustful of the messenger herself. Having lived under Middle East dictatorships, Edmonds knows firsthand what can happen when government is allowed to operate in secret. Within the FBI, she got nowhere.
Having lived under Middle East dictatorships, Edmonds knows firsthand what can happen when government is allowed to operate in secret.
Agency policy and federal law require you to do no edmondw. Translators were in high demand. Having worked for the government I feel an affinity for Sibel – and the incredible stand she took in the face of her superiors insisting that she stand down. Robert Kirkconnell Author of: Jan 09, Michael rated it it was amazing. The case was originally assigned to what seemed to be a fair judge. In dealing with any issue in which senior management might be implicated and have something to hide, they essentially become the enemy of truth and fair play and hence the enemy of the whistleblower.
The judges were the most disgusting of all. Regarding the latter, the book does not mention Valerie Plame’s assignment in investigating the ATC’s trafficking of nuclear technology, the real reason for exposing her and her operation as CIA by the Bush administration i.