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  • Susan Lindauer's Mission to Baghdad ["spy" story -- long, strange]

    08/29/2004 12:38:16 PM PDT · by 68skylark · 16 replies · 2,596+ views
    New York Times Magazine ^ | August 29, 2004 | DAVID SAMUELS
    In the morning of March 11, 2004, Susan Lindauer woke to find five F.B.I. agents at her front door. After reading her her rights, the agents took Lindauer from her home in Takoma Park, Md., to the F.B.I. field office in Baltimore, where she was charged with having acted as an unregistered agent of Saddam Hussein's Iraqi government and otherwise having elevated the interests of a foreign country above her allegiance to the United States. ''The only visible sign of stress is that I'm chain-smoking,'' she said when I met with her recently. Forty-one and free on bail, she wore...
  • Ex-Sun-Times boss charged with fraud

    08/19/2005 1:54:33 AM PDT · by glorgau · 5 replies · 702+ views
    The Chicago Sun Times ^ | August 18, 2005 | MAURA KELLY LANNAN
    Former Chicago Sun-Times publisher David Radler, a lawyer for the newspaper's parent company and a media holding company that was controlled until recently by Conrad Black were indicted on federal fraud charges Thursday for allegedly diverting $32 million through a series of bogus deals. The indictment alleged the three diverted the money through a series of secret deals by disguising it as noncompete fees connected to the sale of newspaper publishing groups. Radler, Mark S. Kipnis, the former top in-house lawyer for Chicago-based Hollinger International, and Toronto-based Ravelston Corp., a private company owned until this spring by Black, were accused...
  • D.C. rally caps Iran liberty walk: 200-mile journey gets attention of President Bush

    05/27/2005 11:38:08 PM PDT · by Interesting Times · 31 replies · 764+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | May 28, 2005 | WorldNetDaily
    The 200-mile "Iran Freedom Walk," organized by the Iran Freedom Foundation, concludes today with a rally at noon in Lafayette Park across the street from the White House. The keynote speaker is Richard Perle, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense and a key architect of President Bush's Middle East policy. Also featured is former Ambassador Mike Palmer; Joe Grieboski, founder and president of the Institute on Religion and Public Policy; and "Atomic Iran" author Jerome Corsi, who is leading the walk. The final three-mile stage of the journey, launched in Philadelphia two weeks ago, begins at 10 a.m. in front...
  • Same Committee, Same Combatants, Different Tune (arrogant Perle feels conservative Repubs fury)

    04/09/2005 9:31:38 AM PDT · by Liz · 16 replies · 783+ views
    WASHINGTON POST All rights reserved ^ | Thursday, April 7, 2005; Page A10 | Dana Milbank
    Rep. Walter B. Jones Jr.--a conservative Republican from North Carolina--voted to authorize the use of force in Iraq. So it jarred all the more yesterday when Jones turned his fury on Richard N. Perle, the Pentagon adviser who provided the Bush administration with brainpower for the Iraq war. Jones, who said he has signed more than 900 condolence letters to kin of fallen soldiers, pronounced himself "incensed" with Perle. "It is just amazing to me how we as a Congress were told we had to remove this man..... but the reason we were given was not accurate," Jones told Perle...
  • Decision on expanded US access to Incirlik soon [Turkey coming around?]

    03/25/2005 8:18:53 AM PST · by aculeus · 8 replies · 487+ views
    Turkish Daily News ^ | March 25, 2005 | Unidentified
    Ankara The government is close to making its decision on a Washington proposal to use the southern air base of Incirlik as a cargo hub for U.S. forces operating in the region, said a deputy from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP). A decision on the issue will be made very soon. I cannot tell you when exactly since I am not in the government but it will be very soon, Murat Mercan, AKP's deputy chairman told a meeting in Washington, called, "Can the U.S.-Turkish Relationship be Repaired" Other attendees of the event, hosted by the American Enterprise Institute,...
  • PERLE DIVING (ex-Pentagon Big maintains he was duped in $400M company plunder)

    03/24/2005 2:15:37 AM PST · by Liz · 3 replies · 360+ views
    NY POST ^ | March 24, 2005 | HOLLY M. SANDERS W/ Post wire services
    Cold warrior Richard Perle - dubbed the "Prince of Darkness" during the Reagan years - is feeling heat from the SEC. Hollinger International director and former Pentagon bigwig Richard Perle might face civil charges for his involvement in the alleged looting of the company by ousted newspaper baron Conrad Black. The SEC has warned Perle — that it is considering filing suit against him........... Perle confirmed he had received a so-called Wells notice — a formal warning that SEC staffers are prepared to bring charges............. If the SEC decides to take action, regulators could seek an order barring Perle...
  • Q&A Richard Perle Former Pentagon official

    02/20/2005 5:44:53 PM PST · by Lando Lincoln · 4 replies · 292+ views
    San Diego Union Tribune ^ | 20 February 2005
    Richard Perle, a prominent neo-conservative policy intellectual, headed the Pentagon's Defense Policy Board until March 2003 and was an assistant secretary of defense during the Reagan administration. He spoke with Global Viewpoint editor Nathan Gardels in Washington on Tuesday. Question: Jean Daniel, co-founder of the magazine Le Nouvel Observateur and a pillar of the French left, has said "the election in Iraq changes everything" and now it is time to make sure democracy works there. The impression left by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's recent visit to Europe in advance of President Bush's tour is that the split over the...
  • Howard Dean vs Richard Perle Debate on CSPAN Now [Sunday 5 pm]

    02/20/2005 2:09:08 PM PST · by Doctor Raoul · 45 replies · 1,062+ views
    That's all for now. This should be fun consider it's being held in Wackoland, Oregon.
  • C-Span..HOWARD DEAN V RICHARD PERLE (Heads Up!)

    02/19/2005 5:02:33 PM PST · by hipaatwo · 125 replies · 2,971+ views
    me
    It just started on C-Span 1
  • Howard Dean Trades Barbs With Former Pentagon Advisor Richard Perle at Debate in Oregon

    02/18/2005 3:19:01 AM PST · by WestVirginiaRebel · 22 replies · 1,495+ views
    ap.tbo.com ^ | 02-18-05 | WestVirginiaRebel
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP)-Howard Dean, the newly minted leader of the Democratic Party, and former Pentagon advisor Richard Perle made clear their opposing views on the war in Iraq during a debate marred by a protester who tossed a shoe at Perle.Perle had just started his comments Thursday when a protester threw a shoe at him before being dragged away, screaming, "Liar! Liar!"
  • Dean Seeks Media Blackout, Changes Mind

    02/16/2005 4:05:48 PM PST · by freepatriot32 · 68 replies · 2,060+ views
    abcnews ^ | 2 16 05 | RUKMINI CALLIMACHI
    PORTLAND, Ore. Feb 16, 2005 — Howard Dean, the new chairman of the Democratic National Committee, requested a media blackout of a debate with top Pentagon adviser Richard Perle, then quickly changed his mind Wednesday after news agencies complained. "DNC Chair Howard Dean has declared a news blackout of his appearance and requested the media not quote, record, and/or paraphrase his remarks," event coordinator Gabrielle Williams wrote in an e-mail sent to news agencies Wednesday morning. "We apologize for the late notice, but we were just informed of this request." Less than two hours later, Williams called to say: "We...
  • Dozens of CIA Operatives Killed

    02/12/2005 1:27:44 PM PST · by SandRat · 39 replies · 2,159+ views
    NewsMax.com ^ | 02/12/05 | UNKNOWN
    In a massive roundup by Iranian security officials, as many as 50 Iranian CIA operatives were exposed and killed, leaving the U.S without any intelligence sources in that critical Middle Eastern nation. The shocking story surfaced on Feb. 2, when former Pentagon adviser Richard N. Perle told the House Intelligence Committee about what he called the "terrible setback that we suffered in Iran a few years ago when, in a display of unbelievable, careless management, we put pressure on agents operating in Iran to report with greater frequency and didn't provide improved communications." He called it an example of the...
  • CIA Operation in Iran Failed When Spies Were Exposed

    02/11/2005 10:57:51 PM PST · by F14 Pilot · 45 replies · 1,760+ views
    LATimes ^ | February 11, 2005 | By Greg Miller, Times Staff Writer
    WASHINGTON — Dozens of CIA informants inside Iran were executed or imprisoned in the late 1980s or early 1990s after their secret communications with the agency were uncovered by the government, according to former CIA officials who discussed the episode after aspects of it were disclosed during a recent congressional hearing. As many as 50 Iranian citizens on the CIA's payroll were "rolled up" in the failed operation, according to the former officials, who described the events as a major setback in spying on a regime that remains one of the most difficult targets for U.S. intelligence. The disclosures underscore...
  • How conflicts between the Administration and the CIA marred the reporting on Iraq’s weapons.

    10/20/2003 5:34:06 AM PDT · by Gothmog · 51 replies · 4,434+ views
    The New Yorker ^ | 10/20/03 | Seymour Hersh
    Since midsummer, the Senate Intelligence Committee has been attempting to solve the biggest mystery of the Iraq war: the disparity between the Bush Administration’s prewar assessment of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction and what has actually been discovered. The committee is concentrating on the last ten years’ worth of reports by the C.I.A. Preliminary findings, one intelligence official told me, are disquieting. “The intelligence community made all kinds of errors and handled things sloppily,” he said. The problems range from a lack of quality control to different agencies’ reporting contradictory assessments at the same time. One finding, the official went...
  • Nightline Town Hall on Now..Joe Wilson, Richard Perle (Vanity)

    01/27/2005 9:49:01 PM PST · by hipaatwo · 70 replies · 1,630+ views
    me
    Bobby Muller on their also, says we lost this war and so did Joe Wilson!
  • Saddam generals captured in Iraq

    11/05/2003 11:15:12 PM PST · by Indy Pendance · 31 replies · 312+ views
    BBC ^ | 11-06-03
    US troops in Iraq have captured two former Iraqi army generals in the town of Falluja, US officials have said. Military sources said the pair are believed to have financed and organised anti-coalition fighters in the area, west of Baghdad. The Pentagon, meanwhile, has announced plans to send thousands of additional troops to Iraq early next year. But, defence officials said the number of US troops currently serving in Iraq could be reduced by next May. Falluja raided Military officials said the generals were captured by paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division in an early morning raid in Falluja, about...
  • Naming Names: The Torturers of Saddam's Abu Ghraib and Their Place in the New Iraq

    06/21/2004 2:14:06 PM PDT · by Calpernia · 23 replies · 2,136+ views
    Unedited transcript prepared from a tape recording 10:15 a.m. Registration 10:30 Panelists: Five Saddam-era Torture Victims Commentator: Richard Perle, AEI Moderator: Michael Ledeen, AEI 12:30 p.m. Adjournment Proceedings: MR. PERLE: Good morning. I'm Richard Perle, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. We are here this morning to learn more than most people know about things that went on during Saddam Hussein's regime. I haven't seen the video that we're now going to see, but I'm told that it is very difficult to watch. Difficult as it is, I expect that it will be easier for Michael, and me and...
  • How they misjudged the Reagan I knew

    06/05/2004 5:24:57 PM PDT · by Eurotwit · 15 replies · 173+ views
    The Telegraph ^ | 06/06/2004 | Richard Perle
    In a hot, crowded room in a turn-of-the-century house overlooking Reykjavik harbour, the President of the United States listened intently to his advisers. A few hours earlier, after a day and a half of intense negotiation, Mikhail Gorbachev had agreed to accept American proposals to slash nuclear arsenals - but only if Ronald Reagan would confine his Strategic Defence Initiative (SDI) to the laboratory, effectively killing any chance it could be built. The question was whether to accept Gorbachev's offer and abandon SDI, or reject it and return home without an agreement, leaving the US free to continue work on...
  • Conservative Allies Take Chalabi Case to the White House ("Uriah Heep" Chalabi has defenders)

    05/29/2004 4:57:15 AM PDT · by Liz · 99 replies · 324+ views
    NY TIMES ^ | May 29, 2004 | ELISABETH BUMILLER
    WASHINGTON, May 28 — Influential outside advisers to the Bush administration who support the Iraqi exile leader Ahmad Chalabi are pressing the White House to stop what one has called a "smear campaign" against Mr. Chalabi, whose Baghdad home and offices were ransacked last week in an American-supported raid. Last Saturday, several of these Chalabi supporters said, a small delegation of them marched into the West Wing office of Condoleezza Rice, the national security adviser, to complain about the administration's abrupt change of heart about Mr. Chalabi and to register their concerns about the course of the war in Iraq....
  • Clancy: Criticizes War, Almost Came to Blows With Perle

    05/25/2004 5:31:02 AM PDT · by jstolarczyk · 259 replies · 1,130+ views
    NEWSMAX ^ | Monday, May 24, 2004 | Carl Limbacher
    A brand name author with many admirers in the military criticized the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, citing it as proof that "good men make mistakes." That same writer said he almost "came to blows" with a leading war supporter, former Pentagon adviser Richard Perle. The author is Tom Clancy. The hawkish master of such million-selling thrillers as "Patriot Games" and "The Hunt for Red October" now finds himself adding to the criticism of the Iraq war, and not only through his own comments. His latest book, "Battle Ready," is a collaboration with another war critic, retired Marine Gen. Anthony C....