Sibel Edmonds' story has been suppressed for
years and is subject to a gag order in the United States, but a Murdoch-owned British paper apparently finally took her up on her offer to tell all
if the story was printed unaltered.
For sale: West’s deadly nuclear secrets
The Sunday Times did not name all of the names, but others are doing that.
The story is explosive. It paints a picture of cooperation between Israeli, Turkish and Pakistani intelligence to steal US nuclear secrets that were distributed to other countries through the A.Q. Khan network. Members of Congress and High level officials at the State Department and Pentagon are implicated.
Larisa has more. So does Justin Raimundo.
So far, the U.S. press has not touched this.
Given the source, I would suggest that a bit of caution is indicated. It is a safe assumption that there is no way a Murdoch paper would print this story if it was not part of the extended neocon agenda. By doing so, Murdoch is giving up people like Perle, Grossman, Solarz and many other powerful figures who have been very helpful to the neocon cause. In other words, this is a high-stakes move, which suggests that other significant events are pending or are likely to take place in the near future.
Was this intended as a "limited hang-out" for the neocons, sacrificing only a few, because something is threatening to expose the whole enchilada shortly? Here is a thought- How many deep dark secrets does Musharraf know that could embarrass the neocons should they decide to turn on him, as appears to be the case?