Debriefing the President

Debriefing the President

The Interrogation of Saddam Hussein

Book - 2016
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Set for release on the 10th anniversary of Saddam Hussein's execution, a riveting, revealing and newsmaking account of the CIA's interrogation of Saddam, written by the CIA agent who conducted the questioning.
Publisher: New York : Blue Rider Press, 2016
ISBN: 9780399575815
Characteristics: 242 pages ; 24 cm


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Jan 20, 2017

A good read. Most of the books written about the last invasion of Iraq have given the intelligence community a bad rap. In this book the author reveals how intelligence is gathered and sometime tailored to suit the objectives of an ignorant decision maker.

Jan 13, 2017

Hmmm. . . .// Nixon has worked as an international risk consultant in Abu Dhabi, UAE \\
I'm familiar with that wealthy country - - they do homemade snuff films there using female infidels, usually American bleached blondes? Great job, Nixon!
From Carter to the present, the US administrations have worked diligently to destroy every secular Muslim country in the Middle East and have pretty much succeeded with the present turmoil in Syria [the USA, UK, France, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey worked in conjunction and managed to give us ISIS and provide aid to al Qaeda in Syria - - bravo!!!!].
More mindless books from too many former CIA twerps who only add to the problem!
The question is NOT why Americans vote against their best interests; the question is why have so many American presidential administrations behaved contrary to the best interests of Americans??? [And other civilized groups and peoples?]
[As a member of Jimmy Carter's first - - and successful - - presidential campaign, I certainly don't recall Carter ever promising any audiences that he would remove federal anti-usury regulations nor destroy secular Muslim countries such as Afghanistan?]


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