posted on Feb, 1 2008 @ 04:57 AM
Sibel Edmonds, a 37 years former FBI Turkish language translator came forward with shocking claims that a prominent US official who has held a
series of top government posts
has sold nuclear secrets to an Israeli/Turkish network that pays US government officials for stealing top secret
nuclear information. Supposedly, the information has been sold on the black market buyers, including Pakistan.
The Turks and Israelis had planted “moles” in military and academic institutions which handled nuclear technology. Edmonds says there were several
transactions of nuclear material every month, with the Pakistanis being among the eventual buyers. “The network appeared to be obtaining information
from every nuclear agency in the United States,” she said.
They were helped, she says, by the high-ranking State Department official who provided some of their moles – mainly PhD students – with
security clearance to work in sensitive nuclear research facilities. These included the Los Alamos nuclear laboratory in New Mexico, which is
responsible for the security of the US nuclear deterrent.
According to Times, the network has been monitored for many years by a joint Anglo-American intelligence team. Investigations have been stopped in
order to preserve diplomatic relations with Israel and Turkey.
The US media fails to report this story as it is in full control of Israeli lobby groups and the US government, which was reason enough for Edmonds to
get in touch with Times.
However, it cannot be a co-incidence that two weeks after publication of the article about the involvement of high-level US officials being involved
with Turkish and Israeli interests in supplying the nuclear black market.
The official was aiding foreign operatives against US interests. The US State Department official, whose name is known to Times but not released,
strongly denies the claims. However, the FBI is gathering evidence against him and officials of the Pentagon who are being suspected of being involved
in this corruption as well. Edmonds says: “If you made public all the information that the FBI have on this case, you will see very high-level
people going through criminal trials,”
Whistleblower Edmonds has repeatedly urged FBI officials to take action, but disillusioned with the US authorities failure to acts the decided to
expose some of the information, yet most of the key points of her testimony have remained secret. Additionally, she says that several government arms
have been trying to thwart FBI investigation attempts.
[edit on 1-2-2008 by Mdv2]