posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 09:23 PM
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Donald Vance a Navy vet took a well intentioned trip to Iraq to work for an Iraqi security company in Baghdad. Alarmed by their stockpile of
weapons, Vance went to the FBI. For months, he had almost daily secret contact with the FBI.
This all culminated when Vance led the FBI to a massive massive cache of explosives and arms. At this point the FBI took Vance and Urtel to a secret
military prison which was where they kept some of the most dangerous insurgents in Iraq,
The two men were locked in solitary and deprived of sleep by blaring music and bright lights. Often they were also cuffed and hooded.'
They were also denied access to a lawyer. After a week of intense interrogation, Vance was handed a paper that outlined suspicions of their
involvement. Meanwhile the company or its people were never charged in wrongdoing.
Vance was held 97 days and was cleared of any wrongdoing. Emaciated, Vance was cleaned up and dumped at the airport like it never happened.
Vance's biggest question is why was he not offered legal protections guaranteed to American citizens.
How did FBI informant land in top-secret prison?
June 23: Lisa Myers reports on how an American civilian in Iraq who became an FBI informant wound up in a top-secret military prison.
The conspiracy theorist in me says that he busted the US running weapons.
edit on 25-10-2013 by elouina because: (no reason given)