Wednesday, September 27, 2006
far from being reassuring!
another review - from L'Humanite. translation errors mine.
"“To always deny, always hide”. This is the currency of the American secret service. Sibel Edmonds learned to her costs.
Recall the facts. Only two months after having been employed by the FBI translation department, this woman of Turco-Iranian origin will be approached by Turkish spies within the service. After having referred about it to her superiors, she is laid off without explanation, and decides to attack in justice the FBI.
In vain, her lawsuit is rejected without reason and the Minister for Justice issues the secrecy of State on the business, thus prohibiting her from speaking about her discoveries. This documentary with the simple but effective realization plunges us in the slides of the administration Bush and it is far from being reassuring!"