One of the top neocons and a member of the Center for Security Policy, IASPS, and JINSA, is leaving the Bush administration. According to official
sources, it is due to "personal" reasons. It is likely due to the FBI's AIPAC spy probe getting too close for comfort. Feith was one of the most
controversial members of the Bush administration, who constantly clashed with Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Douglas Feith, the Defense Department’s top policy officer and an architect of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, announced Wednesday that he would
leave his job this summer for personal and family reasons.
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Feith was in charge of the OSI and the CTEG at the Pentagon that created the fake intelligence in Iraq linked them with Al-Qaida. Feith has very
close ties to Israel and is a dual citizen of the US and Israel. He is a former lawyer for the firm Feith and Zell based in Washington, who was the
firm Northrop Grumman hired to represent them. Feith also authored several memos immediately after 9/11 stating that Iraq should be invaded in
retaliation for 9/11.
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[edit on 29-3-2005 by Spectre]