S....nan CIA:n selkäänpuukottajat ... :( !!!

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ENTINEN CIA-johtaja George Tenet väittää nyt, että CIA
varoitti Bushin hallintoa Irakin sodan jälkiseurauksista .

KAS vain, kun tulee "paljastus" sopivaan aikaan, totta kai tiedustelu-
palvelun ketkut antavat "oraakkelivastauksia" kaiken varalle !

TENET pitäisi vetää oikeuteen salaisten tietojen julkistamisesta !!!

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JA mitä vitun arvoa tuollaisilla varoituksilla on, Aleksanteri suurellekin
oraakkeli sanoi "Hävität suuren valtakunnan, jos ylität joen" ja Aleksi
ilahtuneena meni. Valtakunta vain olikin oma, ei vihollisen ....
( Saattoi muuten olla joku muukin, kuin Aleksi, kohta joku mulkku
joka on jaksanut olla hereillä historian tunnilla kuitenkin korjaa )

ITSE asiassa....oraakkeli ... taisi kyllä olla jo muinaisia kreikkalais-
roomalaisia kun moista arpakonetta käytti, liittyisikö Persiaan ..

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Erkki THE Merkki
Niinhän se CIA varoitti, mutta Bush ja varsinkin Dick(mulkku) Cheney viittasivat varoituksille kintaalla!

"Dick" on kylläkin kutsumanimi, ei "mulkku", joka sinulla on
kädessäsi .

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Armitage
Kai nyt viittasivat, koska tuo kintaalla viittaaminen tuotti heidän leiriin miljardeja.

Kerro ihmeessä MITEN ???

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Yrjö Puska
ENTINEN CIA-johtaja George Tenet väittää nyt, että CIA
varoitti Bushin hallintoa Irakin sodan jälkiseurauksista .

KAS vain, kun tulee "paljastus" sopivaan aikaan, totta kai tiedustelu-
palvelun ketkut antavat "oraakkelivastauksia" kaiken varalle !

TENET pitäisi vetää oikeuteen salaisten tietojen julkistamisesta !!!


Niinhän se varoittikin. Ei tuo ole mitään uutta tietoa. Samoin varoitti G.W. Bushin isä, mutta ykä-poju ei uskonut että "father knows best".

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Yrjö Puska
Armitage
Kai nyt viittasivat, koska tuo kintaalla viittaaminen tuotti heidän leiriin miljardeja.



Kerro ihmeessä MITEN ???

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halliburto ... s_of_fraud

Allegations of fraud by Halliburton, specifically with regard to its operations in Iraq, have persisted since before the Iraq War. The associations between Cheney and Halliburton had led many to speculate with regard to improprieties and profiteering from the war.

On 27 June 2005, the Democratic Party held a "mock" committee hearing, aired on C-SPAN 3, at which former civilian employees based in or administering operations in Iraq, testified to specific instances of waste, fraud, and other abuses and irregularities by Halliburton and its subsidiary Kellogg, Brown and Root (KBR).

Among the senators and representatives present at the hearing were Byron Dorgan (presiding), Henry Waxman, Frank Lautenberg, and Mark Dayton.

Among those testifying were Bunny Greenhouse, former Chief Contracting Officer of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Rory Mayberry, former Food Program Manager for a Halliburton subsidiary; and Allan Waller of the Lloyd-Owen International security and operations firm.

Greenhouse, who provided the bulk of testimony, spoke for several minutes about her involvement in the evaluation and crafting of government Army contracts, and explaining how her superiors undermined and dismissed her concerns of illegal business practices. "Ultimately my main concern was the repeated insistence RIO contract be awarded to KBR without competitive bidding," Greenhouse said. She testified to have been given misinformation in answer to her complaints, saying she was "overtly misled."

Mayberry, still in Iraq, testified by video from questions prepared by the committee. He said that KBR routinely sold expired food rations to the Army.

The recorded interviewer asked, "Are you saying that Halliburton deliberately falsified the number of meals they prepared and then submitted false claims for reimbursement and that they did this to make up for past amounts auditors had disallowed?" Mayberry firmly answered "yes." He said that serving expired food rations was "an everyday occurrence, sometimes every meal." He also explained that Halliburton systematically overcharged for the number of meals as well, saying, "they were charging for 20,000 meals and they were only serving 10,000 meals." Dorgan later commented, "obviously there's no honor here, by a company that would serve outdated food to our troops in Iraq."

Halliburton and its subcontractors contend that billing discrepancies for the dining facilities stemmed from interpretive differences in their contracts, which required them to be prepared to serve a minimum number of meals per day. When they billed for these minimum numbers however, the DCAA countered that they should only be required to pay for meals served. Of the more-than-$200 million in question, $51 million was eventually retained by the U.S. Army Field Support Command.

Mayberry also claimed would-be whistleblowers were threatened "to be sent to Fallujah" and other "places under fire" if they talked to media or governmental oversight officials. In 2003 and 2004, Fallujah had been well known as dangerous for foreign troops and civilians. "I personally was sent to Fallujah for three weeks. The manager told me that I was being sent away until the auditors were gone, because I had talked to the auditors," Mayberry said.

"The threat of being sent to a camp under fire was their way of keeping us quiet. The employees who talked to auditors were sent to camps under more fire than other camps, and Anaconda." This report led Dorgan and others to voice considerable outrage.

Allan Waller testified to specific examples of how KBR officials had conspired in blocking of Lloyd-Owen fuel transports, and using other coercive means against its competitor. British based Lloyd-Owen has a direct contract with the Iraqi government to provide fuel to various parts of the country.

In his introductory remarks, Dorgan said that Senate Republicans had blocked any attempts at having a formal bi-partisan hearing, resulting in a separate committee.

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