Sibel Edmonds

New Sibel Edmonds Documentary

"Kill the Messenger" Documentary

http://justacitizen.com/KillTheMessenger.html

KILL THE MESSENGER
FRENCH TITLE: UNE FEMME À ABATTRE
DURATION 84’
AIRED on the French CANAL network:
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH, 2006.

A FILM BY MATHIEU VERBOUD
AND JEAN-ROBERT VIALLET
PRODUCED BY BRUNO NAHON,
ZADIG PRODUCTIONS
IN ASSOCIATION WITH PLANÈTE,
SBS AUSTRALIA, BETV (BELGIUM)

Out of love for her newly-adopted country, Sibel Edmonds agreed to join the FBI as a translator in the wake of 9/11. But her world
gets turned upside-down when Sibel reports wrongdoings to her supervisors: one of her colleagues from the Translation Unit is
secretly working for the same Turkish officials who are “targetted” by the top-secret FBI investigations that Sibel is working on. As a “reward” for her whistle-blowing, Sibel is fired from the FBI. Today, she is fighting for the very ideals that American democracy relies on, and is facing, against overwhelming odds, some of the most reckless and powerful officials in the U.S. government.

Sibel has granted a film crew full and exclusive access to document
her story, and her struggle, as we zero in on her “secret”. KILL THE MESSENGER (UNE FEMME A ABATTRE) is a true spy story about the only American citizen who dared stand up to the FBI in an attempt to expose the truth on some specific yet hidden aspects of today’s War on Terror and give the American people the protection and security the U.S.

A New Documentary About Sibel Edmonds: Kill The Messenger

A Documentary on State Secrets Privilege & U.S. Whistleblowers

Source: nswbc.org

9/18/2006

Alexandria, VA--- “Kill the Messenger,” a documentary produced by Zadig Productions, directed by French filmmakers Mathieu Verboud and Jean Robert Viallet, is scheduled to air on Canal + in France on September 19, 2006. The film will also be aired in Belgium, on BeTV, and Australia, on SBS, this fall. The documentary explores the abuses behind the State Secrets Privilege as invoked in FBI Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds’ case as well as highlighting the travails and persecution of US national security whistleblowers.