Valerie Plame Is Fair Game - Philly 9/11 Truth
Fair Game for 9/11 Truth
Valerie Plame Wilson, former CIA agent who worked to infiltrate and disrupt international nuclear procurement rings, received unexpected questions from the audience at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Plame lectured about the absurdity of her expulsion from the CIA and the dangers we face as Americans, given the existence of this Bush-league brand of corruption.
Plame fielded questions from the audience – unfortunately, her replies were neither substantive nor insightful. Scott and Phil of Philly 9/11 Truth each asked a question, and each in turn were met with the same dismissive rhetoric that one might expect from an embittered yet cautious ex-CIA employee. The first question was concerned with the one hundred thousand dollar wire-transfer to Muhammad Atta from the Pakistani I.S.I on September 10, 2001. She responded by saying she would have to base her analysis on “fact” and could not respond since she was not apprised to the details of the issue. She was then questioned about government censorship using the example of CIA field operative Gary Berntsen who alleged that the U.S. allowed bin Laden to escape during the Battle of Tora Bora.
After the speaking engagement, Plame signed books and was asked about her involvement with Brewster Jennings. When queried about the possibility of her ousting being the result of an FBI investigation into the American Turkish Council, she immediately stonewalled the question by invoking her CIA confidentiality clause. Plame acknowledged her awareness of Sibel Edmonds’ statements and agreed that they are alarming, but when asked if she would join Sibel’s National Security Whistleblowers Coalition she smugly grinned and replied “no.” Shortly thereafter, she refused to comment when asked about Bush’s transfer of nuclear secrets to Turkey.