Judith Miller

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(journalist, author, deep state functionary?)
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Born2 January 1948
Member ofCouncil on Foreign Relations/Members 2, Langley Intelligence Group Network
Carried the can for the fraudulent story about Iraq's WMD

In 2002, Judith Miller and Michael Gordon played a key role in raising public support for the 2003 Iraq War. Their article in the New York Times, "Threats and Responses: The Iraqis; U.S. Says Hussein Intensifies Quest for A-Bomb Parts", asserted, "Iraq has stepped up its quest for nuclear weapons and has embarked on a worldwide hunt for materials to make an atomic bomb."

Anonymous "American officials" and "intelligence experts" were the only sources.[1]

Following Judith Miller's later refusal to reveal her source in the "outing" of CIA officer Valerie Plame, the NYT reporter spent 85 days in jail and was later released from the newspaper. The decision to release Miller also involved the controversy over the bias of her joint reporting with Michael Gordon regarding Iraq's nuclear intentions and the Bush administration. Despite his involvement in the controversy, Gordon remained the chief military correspondent for the New York Times.[2]


In 2001 Miller was a reporter for the New York Times when she took part in Operation Dark Winter.

She engaged in notoriously mendacious reporting about Iraq's WMD.[3]

She served as a member of the advisory board for the Langley Intelligence Group Network (LIGNET) alongside high-level intelligence figures.[4]


Related Quotation

Claire Sterling“The Judith Miller-like journalist in those days who spun the story about Agca's Soviet Bloc connections was Claire Sterling, whose disinformation was quickly picked up by The Reader's Digest, New York Times, NBC News, and other corporate media outlets.”Claire Sterling
Wayne Madsen
28 May 2007


Event Participated in

Operation Dark Winter22 June 200123 June 2001Washington DC
Andrews Air Force Base
An exercise where senior former officials would respond to a bioterrorist induced national security crisis. Uncannily predicted the 2001 anthrax attacks and other narratives. Held June 2001.


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