Friday November 19, 2010 | Lt. Colonel Anthony Shaffer

November 17, 2010 at 12:05 pm | Posted in Coming Up | 3 Comments

Lt. Colonel Tony Shaffer worked with the CIA to investigate the Taliban in Afghanistan a few years before 9/11. He wrote an extremely controversial book about that experience called Operation Dark Heart. The book reveals how Lt. Colonel Shaffer’s unit reported information about four of the 9/11 hijackers a year before the tragedy, but they were ignored by the Dept. of Defense.  Lt. Colonel Shaffer alleges that the Pentagon bought all 10,000 copies of the first run of his book and burned them. Mr. Shaffer is now retired from the military and free to tell his story. A censored version was then released and he’s retired from the military so he can speak about what he says really happened that the DoD doesn’t want us to know.

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Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer
– Lt. Colonel, US Army Reserves

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  1. Mike:

    Can your guest comment on how two wars in the region are affecting Israel? Further what happens if Iran gains even more influence in Iraq or if military action is taken by the west against Iran? What happens in Israel?

  2. Mike:

    Can your guest discuss if there exsists in Israel any significant portion of the Israeli population who support the late Rabbi Meyer Kahani’s solution for dealing with the growing non-Jewish population?

  3. What does the Lt. think of the proposed arms sale to Saudi Arabia?


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