Ground Zero

Debra Burlingame: ‘Those interrogators, CIA case officers are patriots’

Debra Burlingame was interviewed on WMAL radio this morning about her confronting Barack Obama during a meeting at Ground Zero. She explained her reasons for asking the President to express his opinion to Attorney General about dropping the investigation of CIA officers who conducted the enhanced interrogations of detainees:

Try as they might, the Obama administration can not deny the courier was first identified and determined to be a valuable person to find and follow in the hunt for Osama bin Laden during those enhanced interrogations.

Debra Burlingame on Ground Zero meeting with President Obama and CIA interrogations investigation

Debra Burlingame was one of fifty 9/11 family members who met in a closed-door meeting with President Barack Obama today near Ground Zero. She asked him, considering that by all reports the enhanced interrogations of high-value detainees was “part of the mosaic” of the intelligence that led to Osama bin Laden, if he would at least give his opinion to Attorney General Eric Holder about dropping go here dans quel pays le viagra est il en vente libre click research paper on gender here master thesis work thesis on mixed use development thesis guidelines mci click mla essay paper essay for scholarship example viagra for sale fedex shipping custom essay writing services help with school life story essay tuberculosis research paper how do i get rid of deleted emails on my iphone source url http://www.danhostel.org/papers/books-on-essay-writing-for-university/11/ see how to write a sat essay human development essay write a css file https://www.nationalautismcenter.org/letter/large-writing-paper/26/ cheap essays online jewish homework help best site for english essays master's thesis examples biology critical thinking text cheap book review proofreading site usa best american essay writers the investigation of CIA interrorgators. President Obama replied, “No, I won’t.” Here is the video of her Fox News interview: