Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Lesbionage? Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) Denies it BUT??

Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) has been accused of having a lesbian affair with a Turkish spy. She has now come out publicly to deny it.  The Congresswoman is married to Robert Creamer, a convicted felon. The accuser, Sibel Edmonds, was a translator working for the FBI as reported in American Conservative Magazine.  According to many mainstream sources Sibel Edmonds is a very credible witness.  I suppose I will have to use my Google translator to see what the Turkish story is reporting.

Sibel Edmonds is the founder of National Security Whistle Blowers Coalition she told the American Conservative magazine that Democratic Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky was targeted by the Turks who compromised her with a Turkish female spy who seduced the bi-sexual and married Schakowsky. Schakowsky's townhouse had been bugged with cameras and microphones to capture the sex acts to later blackmail her.   Schakowsky is of course denying (video below)  the accusation so unless this story ends up in court it is at this point conjecture meaning we cannot be sure if she partook of the fruit!  Or what role (top or bottom) she played but Sibel Edmonds has challenged the Congresswoman to go ahead and sue her for libel according the ultra liberal blad blog.  I would think she would have an attorney already working on that unless could it be she gave classified information to a Turkish Spy and does not want to end up in prison?  Just wondering aloud.

The Lesbians are defending Schakowsky no great surprise there  she might want to tell them to get off her side but Sibel Edmonds is not alone in making these accusations according to The American Conservative Magazine in a  new article regarding the Spy Ring.

"John M. Cole, a former FBI Counterintelligence and Counterespionage Manager, has publicly confirmed the FBI’s decade long investigation of the former State Department Official Marc Grossman. Cole worked for 18 years in the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division. According to Cole, as in over one hundred cases involving Israeli espionage activities directed against the US government, the Grossman case was covered up and buried despite mountains of evidence that was collected.

Here is the public response from John Cole after the publication of The American Conservative magazine’s cover story:
    “I read the recent cover story by The American Conservative magazine. I applaud their courage in publishing this significant interview. I am fully aware of the FBI’s decade-long investigation of the High-level State Department Official named in this article, Marc Grossman, which ultimately was buried and covered up. It is long past time to investigate this case and bring about accountability…”
    “John M. Cole, an FBI spy catcher who retired in 2004, says that from 1993 to 1995 alone, he had “125 open cases” of Israeli espionage, representing nearly half of all the investigations carried on in his Global Unit, part of the now-defunct National Security division.” Inside the FBI itself, Cole said, tracking suspected Israeli spies was hush-hush.In a sharp break with FBI procedures, he was prohibited from notifying field offices when an investigation crept into their jurisdictions. “No one was supposed to know we were investigating the Israelis,” Cole said.”
Stein’s article also quoted several other FBI officials confirming Cole’s disclosure:
    “The 125 figure “makes sense,” another former top FBI counterintelligence official said, speaking only on condition that he not be identified because of the issue’s sensitivity. This official called the Israeli embassy’s denials “horse [manure].” In fact, he said, U.S. officials repeatedly warned the Israelis to back off. But the finger-wagging only seemed to energize them. “We would call them in, call them on the carpet, and next week there would be 10 more cases,” he said. The Justice Department never seemed much interested in prosecuting them, he and other counterintelligence veterans said. Agents would get pissed off,” said the former top official. “We knew they were going to walk, that they were going to get a pass. . . . It was frustrating."

Yes it is frustrating but stay tuned hopefully the truth will come out stories like this one and the Acorn 
Corruption chronicles are the reason the mainstream news wants to silence bloggers.




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