Monday, November 24, 2008

US Intelligence 'snooped' on Al Yawer when he was "an Army Arab linguist assigned to a secret NSA facility... between 2003 & 2007'"

"A former communications intercept operator says U.S. intelligence snooped on the private lives of two of America's most important allies in fighting al Qaeda: British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Iraq's first interim president, Ghazi al-Yawer. David Murfee Faulk told ABCNews.com he saw and read a file on Blair's "private life" and heard "pillow talk" phone calls of al-Yawer when he worked as an Army Arab linguist assigned to a secret NSA facility at Fort Gordon, Georgia between 2003 and 2007..."
Inside the Listening post

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

David Murfee Faulk told ABCNews.com he saw and read a file on Blair's "private life" and heard "pillow talk" phone calls of al-Yawer when [David Murfree NOT al-Yawer] he worked as an Army Arab linguist assigned to a secret NSA facility at Fort Gordon, Georgia between 2003 and 2007.

WILL

GPC, ZBYR, & or Bhmadoun said...

tnx will: early senility i guess