Posts Tagged ‘torture’


Advice from one whistleblower to another

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

John Kiriakou worked for both the CIA and FBI. During the president of George W. Bush, he was the first CIA officer to admit that torture was official U.S. policy. He was convicted and sentenced to a 30-month prison sentence for providing the name of an officer involved in the CIA’s rendition program. He sent an open letter to Edward Snowden from his Pennsylvania prison. It was published by Kevin Gosztola July 2 at Firedoglake.com.

One of the lessons for bullied targets is that trusting and staying within the system does not work for brave individuals who describe corrupt people or corrupt practices to the same masters responsible for inventing those practices and rewarding those people.

Here’s his advice which features the admonition to never cooperate with the FBI (or by extension, federal authorities) because they lie, trick and deceive to get their way.

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After “legitimate” rape comes “a little good” & necessary abuse at work

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

We always try to be polite so as to not offend. That’s what we were taught, right? But that rulebook is for suckers and victims. There is a group of mean-spirited S.O.B.s who care not one whit what they say. They speak, revealing their ignorant, science-loathing, compassionless minds, and they are never forced to give up their jobs. Lately, many are elected representatives of the People. Example — U.S. Congressman Todd Akin.

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Empathy, integrity, torture led to Army suicide

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

Alyssa Peterson

Sept. 15, 2010 marks the 7th anniversary of Alyssa Peterson’s death in Iraq.

Alyssa Peterson, 27, a Flagstaff Arizona native served in a military intelligence unit of the 101st Airborne in Iraq in 2003. She formally and loudly objected to techniques used against prisoners (which we have all since learned were torture). She was trained in Arabic and interrogation techniques.  She was a Mormon who, prior to deployment, reportedly was questioning her faith. Her family and fellow trainees remembered her as extremely empathetic and kind.

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