| Judith Miller |
(journalist, author, deep state functionary?)
|Born||2 January 1948|
|Member of||Council on Foreign Relations/Members 2|
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.
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.
|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 mainstream media outlets.”||Claire Sterling|
|28 May 2007|
Event Participated in
|Operation Dark Winter||22 June 2001||23 June 2001||Washington 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.|
|Document:Former MI6 chief behind faked “evidence” for Iraq war leading anti-China Wuhan lab conspiracy||Article||10 June 2021||Julie Hyland||President Biden's intelligence service order relating to the Wuhan lab leak theory was issued the same day that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's former chief adviser, Dominic Cummings, gave evidence before a parliamentary committee in which he confirmed a government policy to allow tens of thousands to die from Covid-19.|
|Document:The Man Who Sold the War||Wikispooks Page||17 November 2005||James Bamford|