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A fair number of Dkos readers and commentors will remember, from the timeframe of America's invasion of Iraq, the name Sibel Edmonds.

She was one of the 1st whistleblowers on false media/government spin concerning corruption and missleading the American people into a lengthy propagandized relationship with our own 4th estate media/governance.

Sibol Edmonds is writing a series of whistleblower accounts over on the">Brad Blog</ to allow whistleblower's stories to become available to a wider audience. Many shed light on the complicity of our media in the duping of America and the Bush administrations coverup.</p>

Sibel's project is called 'Project Expose the MSM' to call out some of the very institutions now whining about falling readership "Whistleblowers set to name names, turn tables on media, who've betrayed our trust."

Because there is too much to copy and paste here, just to make a readable diary, I suggest, a little trip to Brads Blog so you can get the whole skinny. It looks to be a good few eye-popping stories, not yet ordered off the public access tubes, by the courts to allow a government coverup.  

Originally posted to socks on Fri Jun 12, 2009 at 02:51 AM PDT.

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