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Classified Woman-The Sibel Edmonds Story has ratings and 54 reviews. In this startling new memoir, Sibel Edmonds — the most classified woman in U.S. Classified Woman-The Sibel Edmonds Story has ratings and 54 reviews. Charles said: This is an important story, in a somewhat flawed book. Ms. Edmonds. Amazon | In this startling new memoir, Sibel Edmonds — the most classified woman in U.S. history — takes us on a surreal journey that begins.

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The translator had been sent to France, and believed her report had made it to both FBI headquarters and the White House. However, I still hadn’t read Sibel’s account of her incredible experience with our government when she made a heartfelt and genuine effort to reveal important information she’d come upon while in her role as an FBI translator during the period of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York.

This book is her triumph over it stry, and part of her contribution toward fixing the problems she uncovered and lived through. See her blogs, boilingfrogpost.

Memlir 18, Emily rated it liked it. It’s rarely the people who sign up for a paycheck and healthcare who end up resisting classsified blowing a whistle.

They have 30 days with which to do so. The experiences she recounts resemble K.

Classified Woman-The Sibel Edmonds Story: A Memoir by Sibel Edmonds (3 star ratings)

Videos About This Book. When Attorney General John Ashcroft i This is storyy memoir, and that in itself stands as an act of defiance.


Should be a must read for every American. Books by Sibel Edmonds. Kindle Editionpages.

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Jun 17, RN rated it it was amazing. That could have helped. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The incompetence and corruption that she uncovered will have you feeling outraged!

The reader is drawn into a real life drama, with curiosity growing as you get further and further into the book — even for readers who already know the endgame. Edmonds has been subjected to several government-asserted State Secrets Privilege orders, and the U. She considered it her duty. Congress has been indefinitely gagged and prevented from taking up her case through unprecedented retroactive classification orders issued by the Department of Justice. I did so expecting to find many people challenging or refuting her account, and found none.

They cannot be fired or voted out, they are supposed to protect us.

The Sibel Edmonds Story

I often think of this term as just a hyperbolic publishing buzzword to hype a book but this is the only word that describes this book. Melissa rated it liked it Jan 28, This book will tear the veil off the xibel version of how government works that we all get taught in our government run K schools.

Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Informative and eye opening. Refresh and try again. She truly is a super hero! I hope more sible read Sibel Edmonds’ story.

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. No trivia or quizzes yet. I believe her accusations of corruption at the highest levels of our government. I’ve been a fan of Sibel Edmonds’ web site, “Boiling Frogs Post” for a couple of years and follow many of the journalists she hosts. Don’t have a Kindle? X 01, Cyrus Carter rated it it was amazing.


Thank you Sibel for your courage, character, and integrity. See all reviews. Login to add to list. This couple attempted to recruit Edmonds and her husband into the American Turkish Council and the Assembly of Turkish American Associations, offering large financial benefits.

You’ll be amazed and angered at the astonishing incompetence and the REAL way the government operates — rewarding failure instead of success and wasting as much money as edmones possible in the process so that they don’t “lose” their funding.

Ronald E Bobbitt rated it liked it Mar 13, I believe her accusations of corruption at the highest levels of our government. Ms Edmonds was there, right in the midst of it, the lies and cover-ups emerging all around her. Check copyright status Cite this Title Classified woman: Sep 18, Jennifer rated it it was amazing Shelves: In this memoir, Sibel Edmonds takes us on a surreal journey into the walls of Congress to a stone walling judiciary and finally she spearheads a national whistleblowers movement.

I only hope that enough U.

A article from Vanity Fair gives her story more concisely and with more journalistic discipline.