Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Team Obama Gave Hollywood Names Of CIA And SEAL Team Members

Unreal: Team Obama Gave Hollywood Names Of CIA And SEAL Team Members Involved In Bin Laden Raid
Is Team Obama so dedicated to the propaganda machine they would actually give the production team for “Zero Dark Thirty” the real names of the CIA agents and SEAL team members involved in killing Osama bin Laden?
Yes. Yes, they are:
Last July, a top Pentagon official gave two Hollywood filmmakers the name of a Navy SEAL involved in training the squad of commandos who carried out the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. Now, the Obama administration is fighting to keep that same name from the public.
In legal papers filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Washington, the Justice Department argued that the government is under no obligation to make public the SEAL’s name or the names of Central Intelligence Agency personnel involved simply because officials shared their names, partial names or identities with the makers of a forthcoming movie about the raid, “Zero Dark Thirty.”
“The CIA and DoD did not authorize the filmmakers to make the names they shared with them public, to publicly associate the individuals with the CIA or DoD, or to expose those individuals’ identity in any publicly released film, and there was no reason for the CIA or DoD to have believed that any of this would have happened,” the Justice Department brief says. “In fact, [Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence Mike] Vickers specifically told [filmmaker] Mark Boal, in providing him with the name of someone he could talk to, that ‘the only thing we ask is that you not reveal his name in any way as a consultant.’”
Vickers should know better:
Before joining the Defense Department, Vickers served in the Army Special Forces as both a non-commissioned and commissioned officer, as well as a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) paramilitary operations officer from their elite Special Activities Division.[3] While in the CIA, he played a key role in the arming of the resistance to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.[4]