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Skyhorse Publishing & HotBooks' THE WATCHDOGS DIDN'T BARK puts U.S. government’s systems of oversight and accountability under a microscope.
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6 Sucks Sex Feb 8
Going on 19 years after 9/11, 5 men going on trial who CIA tortured. Meanwhile, parties in responsible govt & pvt agencies not only escaped accountability, but got even more powerful as a result of . See and the 9/11 Timeline
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Double Asterisk Jan 14
Our book The Watchdogs Didnt Bark covers the CIA torture program outlined in the Amazon’s , and explained on this episode of . We show how bad actors skirt acountability, while whistleblowers get prosecuted.
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Jon Gold Jan 21
HA! I was waiting to see the name of 's book.
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Watchdogs_Bark Jan 9
Wasn’t he supposed to be ending the deep state? Gina & her friends ARE the deep state, and President Kiddie Koncentration Kamp is letting them lead us all into a horrible war w Iran.
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Hugh Handeyside Jan 3
I quit the CIA in late 2002 for two main reasons. First, torture. Second, a transparent attempt within the Bush administration to get the intelligence community to tie Iraq to 9/11.
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Watchdogs_Bark Jan 3
Replying to @Education4Libs
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Watchdogs_Bark Jan 3
Our book exposes CIA officer Alfreda Bikowsky for her roles in 9-11 malfeasance, torture, and drone assassinations. She is still at the CIA. What role did she play in executing ?
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Double Asterisk Jan 2
The Afghanistan Papers should have been a lighting rod for a new antiwar movement, but in the age of Trump, they didn’t move the needle. Now more than ever, we need a no holds barred antiwar movement in the US.
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Double Asterisk Dec 22
protester Joshua Williams is halfway through his 8 year sentence for setting newspapers on fire at a gas station that were quickly doused. You can send him holiday wishes via . His inmate #1292002
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Watchdogs_Bark Dec 19
The authors of “The Watchdogs Didn’t Bark” are launching a new media company in 2020, called Double Asterisk, to pursue investigative podcasts and documentaries. Please follow them We have important content that will become available in spring-summer.
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Watchdogs_Bark Dec 17
We are launching a new media company in 2020 to create investigative podcasts and documentaries. Follow us
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Sarah Abdallah Dec 9
They lied to us about Vietnam They lied to us about Iraq They lied to us about Libya They lied to us about Syria They lied to us about Iran They lied to us about Venezuela They lied to us about Bolivia Just as they lied to us about the war in Afghanistan
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Jennifer Wright Dec 5
The thing I miss most from my youth is the commonly accepted notion that Nazis are bad:
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Watchdogs_Bark Nov 18
Can we send you a copy of our book? We think you might find it to be worth discussing on your podcast.
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Watchdogs_Bark Oct 24
Can we send you a copy of our book?
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Watchdogs_Bark Oct 23
Replying to @Snowden @joerogan and 4 others
Great interview. For the full tale of why the CIA hid Al-Qaeda members from FBI, based on interviews with , , , and more, check out our book, The Watchdogs Didn’t Bark.
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Watchdogs_Bark Oct 23
This move seems to make the only candidate to address the issue of the “war on whistleblowers & journalists”. Hasn’t been mentioned at any debate.
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Watchdogs_Bark Oct 9
DM us for a copy of our book. CIA officer Alfreda Francis Bikowsky deserves an for involvement with torture, drone program, and failure to pass critical pre 9-11 intelligence.
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Charlie Nash Oct 7
That picture of George W. Bush with Ellen reminds me of this line from my book
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