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Transcripts of Flynn – Kislyak telephone calls are declassified and released

By Robert Willmann Transcripts of phone conversations between Gen. Michael Flynn (ret.) and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak were declassified and released today by the new Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe– https://turcopolier.typepad.com/files/michaelflynn_phone_calls_kislyak.pdf  

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Interview transripts from Congress on former AG Loretta Lynch, T. Anderson, W. Sweeney, J. Rybicki, A. McCabe, G. Toscas, J. Moffa, J. Giacalone, and S. Moyer

By Robert Willmann Congressman Doug Collins (Repub. Georgia) has released more transcripts of committee interviews of people about the attempt to de-legitimize the election and inauguration of an elected president, and to create conditions for his removal. They can be … Continue reading

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Interview transcripts from Congress on FBI officials Bill Priestap and James Baker

By Robert Willmann Update, 10 April 2019, 4:25 p.m. central time:  The second day of the interview of former FBI general counsel James A. Baker has been released.  The interview was on 18 October 2018, and the transcript is 152 … Continue reading

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Interview transcripts from Congress on Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, G. Papadopoulos, and B. and N. Ohr

By Robert Willmann Courtesy of U.S. Representative Doug Collins (Repub. Georgia), transcripts have been released of committee interviews of five people about the attempt to de-legitimize the election and inauguration of an elected president, and to create conditions for his … Continue reading

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Judge Emmet Sullivan in the Michael Flynn case orders the Mueller group to disclose interview material

By Robert Willmann Two days ago, federal judge Emmet Sullivan in Washington D.C. ordered the "special counsel" Robert Mueller group to do the following by 3:00 p.m. eastern time today, as shown on the court clerk's docket sheet– "12/12/2018 MINUTE … Continue reading

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Transcript- The Situation Room, 28 February, 2007

"Now, with two U.S. aircraft carrier battle groups in the region, is there a growing chance the United States could find itself at war with Iran? Joining us now, retired U.S. Army Colonel Pat Lang, former chief of Middle East … Continue reading

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Newshour Transcript – 5 July, 2006

I was on the Newshour last night.  Here is the transcript.  Judy Woodruff was the interviewer.  pl  http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/politics/jan-june07/iraq_01-05.html real audio http://media.pbs.org/ramgen/newshour/expansion/2007/01/05/20070105_changes28.rm?altplay=20070105_changes28.rm mp3 download http://www-tc.pbs.org/newshour/rss/media/2007/01/05/20070105_changes28.mp3

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CNN Situation Room 20 July, 2006

"And joining us now to talk a little bit about Israel’s military strategy is retired U.S. Army Colonel Pat Lang. He was headed a key Pentagon intelligence service and was the top DIA officer dealing with the Middle East for … Continue reading

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“Countdown” Transcript Monday, 7 November, 2000

"Our fifth story on the COUNTDOWN, the guy was not only making it up, but by February of 2002, the government knew he was making it up.  Al-Libi was the first al Qaeda big get, arrested in Afghanistan back in … Continue reading

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CNN Transcript – 27 October, 2005

BLITZER: Turning now to our security council. Tomorrow the special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald is expected to make an announcement on whether or not there will be indictments in the CIA leak case. But how much damage was actually done to … Continue reading

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