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Daniel L. Davis a Lt Colonel in the US Army has published an open unclassified letter explaining his actions in publishing articles describing the misinformation about Afghanistan and the war. Davis in his letter states “…I was deployed to Afghanistan for a year… I saw many things during that deployment — the fourth combat deployment of my career — that I found disturbing. Eventually I felt morally obligated to do something about what I saw to such an extent that I was incapable of not acting … I submitted a Department of Defense Inspector General complaint against select senior leaders of the Armed Forces for being so deceptive to the US Congress and American people that the truth is no longer recognizable — and the biggest bill-payer for this deception has been the lives and bodies of America’s service men and women. Once I became aware of the truth on the ground, I could no longer rationalize inaction on my part …thousands of combat troops who continue risking their lives each and every day they go outside the wire … I was compelled to act…”


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Thomas Ryan a New York security consultant has been identified as part of an intelligence gathering operation within the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement. Ryan’s activities involved infiltrating the movement in order to discredit them, forwarding information gleaned from the movements internal email lists to the NYPD and FBI. Ryan claims on his blog to have worked for the US Army, leading a team called Black Cell, which he claims are “a team of the most-highly trained and capable physical, threat and cyber security professionals in the world.” Ryan is alleged to have sent emails containing the movements strategies to the extremist conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart, who has been using them in an attempt to paint the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement as anarchists bent on destroying the global financial markets.


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