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Is CIA censoring jailed contractor's explosive book to protect Clinton?

Postby Peter1469 » Fri Oct 21, 2016 1:00 pm

Is CIA censoring jailed contractor's explosive book to protect Clinton?

Interesting

I wrote about this case when it happened. This article blows the issue out of the water.

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They also accuse the State Department - under Clinton's rule - of withholding two key interviews carried out for the book, which almost prevented the memoir from being written at all.

In an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, the book's co-author Storms Reback revealed how Army veteran Davis has 'zero trust' in Clinton as a potential president and believes she would have abandoned him in a Pakistani prison, facing possible execution.

He thinks that had it not been for the U.S. military's plans to kill Osama bin Laden on Pakistani soil, Davis would still be languishing in prison - or worse still, dead.

Author Reback, 46, said: 'Both Ray and I believe the CIA are acting politically by delaying publication - they held on to the book for six months and slowed the whole thing down.

'It definitely seems like there is something funny going on behind the scenes - the book was supposed to come out the third week of September and the CIA went out of its way to delay the whole process.

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