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Read Paul Sperry's book- Infiltrators- scary facts

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Submitted by sara (United States), Sep 5, 2008 at 18:12

Have you read his book? If not, some of the chilling facts are also listed on his web page:

http://www.sperryfiles.com/revelations.shtml

  • In their rush to recruit Arabic and other translators since 9/11, both the FBI and Pentagon have cut corners on background checks and hired Muslim translators in spite of their dangerous ties to foreign military and intelligence agencies in Syria, Egypt, Turkey and Pakistan—and the government has suffered espionage cases as a result, an explosive new book set for release this week/tomorrow claims! Many of the bad apples were referrals from militant Muslim activist groups the Washington establishment continues to trust. (See chapt. 17, THE MOLE HOUSE)
  • For instance, the FBI hired the daughter (named in book) and grandsons of a former senior Pakistani intelligence officer to translate intercepts of Pakistani and al-Qaida targets in Washington, despite warnings from counterespionage agents about major red flags in their personnel files. Top secret law enforcement information subsequently has been compromised.
  • Some Middle Eastern linguists working for the FBI have taken bribes from targets of counterterrorism investigations, while some have tipped off targets and others have had romantic relationships with them.
  • One bureau source in counterintelligence quoted by name in INFILTRATION says there are potentially one dozen espionage cases in Washington's language squad alone, including a Pakistani translator related to a former Pakistani general connected to al-Qaida.
  • Another bureau source (also quoted by name) who worked as a translator inside that squad called it a veritable "mole house."
  • Laptops with classified intelligence about al-Qaida investigations have gone missing from the translation unit in the Washington field office of the FBI.
  • Muslim "zealots" working as Middle Eastern translators in the bureau's language squad have lobbied management for their own restrooms so they won't have to use the same toilets as infidel agents! (confirmed by three bureau sources who have seen the memos.)
  • Other bad apples on the Arabic desk (also named in chapter) have nonetheless been promoted after suing the PC-addled bureau for discrimination.
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