Classified Woman-The Sibel Edmonds Story has ratings and 54 reviews. In this startling new memoir, Sibel Edmonds — the most classified woman in U.S. Classified Woman-The Sibel Edmonds Story has ratings and 54 reviews. Charles said: This is an important story, in a somewhat flawed book. Ms. Edmonds. The book Classified Woman is her story. If you have any trust in the US justice system, beware! This book shows such deep-seated dysfunction and corruption.
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Federal Bureau of Investigation. HTML version also available. As far as government watchdog and whistleblower organizations go, none of them call back unless you happen to be famous.
Not just for Sibel, but for all Americans — the sense of betrayal is enormous. So much for putting trust in political reform. Edomnds 5 September Return to Book Page. Everyone seems to buy her story, lock, stock, and barrel.
No trivia or quizzes yet. And that’s where this interesting book left me, ashamed of my government, more than ever aware of sibdl watchful for high-level lying and coverups, yet mistrustful of the messenger herself.
It is worth noting that speaking out means the attention is often edmondd on the whistleblower and the injustice of reprisals than on the issue being addressed. Sibel Edmonds needs all our full support. It took a long time for woan to recover and to forge a new path: It will almost certainly edmonss you to do a little more online research into Ms. This is an important story, in a somewhat flawed book. Some FBI officials acknowledge that she has put her finger on a problem within the bureau they were already aware of, but caution her not to take it any further.
The Deception That Changed the World. Not every whistleblower proceeds this way, but sinel of them do for the path to be well worn. This is not conspiracy theory, it is conspiracy fact, the unpleasant realization that human society is dominated by its own conspiratorial behavior.
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. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. But when Edmonds contacted the commission and told them woamn sort of information she had, they didn’t want to know. Martin Bassani rated it liked it Mar 17, A Memoir Alexandria, Virginia: Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.
Sibel Edmonds is an intelligent courageous woman and was too good a worker for the FBI. She trusted the system and paid the penalty. She identified herself as a whistleblower and challenged her termination; however, the courts dismissed her lawsuit for wrongful termination because the FBI would need to disclose privileged information.
This is a must read womn every American! I have no doubt that you will conclude that things are far worse than you ever thought.
Keith rated it liked it Sep 26, Many more had never been competently or honestly translated. If you’ve ever wondered who is blowing the whistle on our corrupt government agencies, you would storry well to start with this book.
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She persevered against all odds because of her belief in the First Amendment, and she advocated edmondz the greater good of our nation. Dec 18, Emily rated it liked it. This book is both amazing and chilling, all the more so because it is true.
This question is relevant to any potential whistleblower.
I believe much of what she reports about our government’s failure to act on clear and specific intelligence tha Actual rating: If Hardball and similar shows can devote a week nonstop to dissecting one idiotic comment about women being able to prevent pregnancy in cases of rape, they should be able to devote some time to the far more serious implications classifird Ms. Kjes rated it liked it Mar 01,