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Kill the Messenger

A documentary produced by Zadig Productions, directed by French filmmakers Mathieu Verboud and Jean Robert Viallet,  aired on Canal + in France on September 19, 2006. The film will also aired in Belgium, on BeTV, and Australia, on SBS.

The documentary explores the abuses behind the State Secrets Privilege as invoked in FBI Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds’ case as well as highlighting the travails and persecution of US national security whistleblowers. The filmmakers, Verboud and Viallet, spent nearly two years interviewing witnesses and researching the invocation and implementation of the state secrets privilege in Edmonds’ case. Based on their documented findings and interviews with experts such as David Albright, Philip Giraldi, John Cole, Joseph Trento, Glenn Fine, David Rose, and others familiar with Edmonds’ case.

The film presents a terrifying picture of Turkish networks’ activities in global nuclear black-market, narcotics and illegal arms trafficking activities in the United States, and examines the extraordinary efforts of officials within the US Government to insure that the secrecy surrounding Edmonds’ case be maintained at any cost — from Edmonds’ termination from the FBI, to invoking the State Secrets Privilege, to gagging the US Congress. In the last two decades, the U.S. Congress has passed the most protective whistle-blower legislation in the world in order to enhance accountability and responsibility. But if you are a national security whistle-blower, this legislation doesn’t apply to you. You have become an enemy of the State.

For comprehensive understanding,  see GOING DEEP a lecture from former CIA Officer Kevin Shipp.

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