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The Lies Still Killing Gulf War Vets

by Barbara Koeppel | Apr 13, 2015 | Legal Affairs, National Security, Politics

…this. Not surprisingly, nothing is known about the chemicals’ neuro-toxic effects on Iraqis. Barbara Koeppel is an investigative reporter in Washington, D.C….

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The Lies Still Killing Gulf War Vets

by Barbara Koeppel | Apr 1, 2015 | Foreign Policy

…e asked what she could do for them. Baird said she would refer his request to another office. Barbara Koeppel is an investigative reporter in Washington, D.C….

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Protesting as Threat to National Security

by Barbara Koeppel | Jul 30, 2013 | Politics

…g threat to free speech, justice and assembly. Such a sorry time in U.S. history.   Barbara Koeppel lives in Washington, D.C.  …

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Intelligence Contractors’ Complex

by Barbara Koeppel | Jun 15, 2012 | National Security

…nse Inspector General.] Here I am, a senior executive at NSA disclosing…what’s the reverse of the crown jewels? So they had to punish me. Barbara Koeppel is a writer in Washington, D.C. Michael Hayden and Bill Black did not return Koeppel’s calls. Thi…

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A Spy Describes the Intelligence Failures That Led to the 9/11 Attacks

by Barbara Koeppel | May 15, 2012 | Uncategorized

…the culture. And it’s even worse at NSA. Barbara Koeppel is a Washington-based investigative reporter. Note: This article has been slightly edited for space; a future issue will address evidence of corruption Drake turned over to investigators. Also i…

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