Some of my work … not comprehensive.
August 2, 2013: CNN’s “Exclusive” confirms my reporting in CNN Exclusive: Dozens of CIA operatives on the ground during Benghazi attack
May 6, 2013: Are the Republicans helping to cover-up Benghazi?
March 19, 2013: Benghazi FBI FOIA Request Denied: Stonewall Continues
January 22, 2013: CIA FOIA Request Denied before Hillary’s Benghazi Testimony
January 8, 2013: The Fix is in Part V: Hillary’s Benghazi Cover-up 101 for Dummies
December 19, 2012: The Fix is in Part II: Hillary’s Benghazi cover-up
December 22: Rally to Stop Gitmo Detainees from Coming to Illinois
Total Recall… The Volcker report has led to new questions about the role of one of Canada’s richest families in the oil-for-food scandal…
The Devils’ Advocate…Iran’s democrats are furious that former U.S. attorney general Ramsey Clark is protecting the mullahcracy he helped install…
Washington Times, America’s Morning News: On the transfer of Guantanamo Bay terrorism suspects to a federal prison south of Chicago.
Some media mentions … not comprehensive at all.
A nice mention here from David C. Morrison, Special to Congressional Quarterly Homeland Security.
Homies: New DHS software “tries to predict what would happen in a real-world terrorist attack . . . involving tens of thousands of people attending a major sporting event,” AOL News’ Sharon Weinberger spotlights. To DHS and sister agencies, “the nightmare prospect of a coalition of narcos and guerilleros cruising the border is reason enough to sustain agents on the ground south of the border,” John Ross ruminates from Mexico City for The San Francisco Bay Guardian. DHS’s USCIS, “the agency that would be responsible for processing millions of illegal aliens should a path to citizenship become law, deserves national security scrutiny,” Big Government’s Marinka Peschmann maintains.
Marinka Peschmann, journalist and purveyor of MarinkaPeschmann.com: Ms. Peschmann said Americans are hearing two completely different stories about the transfer of Guantanamo Bay terrorism suspects to a federal prison south of Chicago: one from an unconcerned White House and Democratic leadership on Capitol Hill and the other from worried residents of Illinois.
Los Angeles Magazine Face-off: The Confounding Case of Marchioni v. Keyes
Marchioni was running out of time. She’d filed a letter of intent to sue, which gave her another three months. But as she was turned down by lawyer after lawyer, she realized she was going to have to write the complaint herself She turned to Marinka Peschmann—the ghostwriter on Linda Tripp’s book proposal—whom Marchioni tracked down after hearing Leno’s monologue. Together they pored over a 1992 lawsuit filed against Keyes by Gloria Arrasmith (Keyes plaintiff no. 16), who alleged that part of a scissors had been left in her face during surgery (the case was settled). Using Arrasmith’s suit as a template, the two women hammered out a 26-page complaint that alleged personal injuries due to medical negligence, batterry, lack of informed consent, falsification of documents, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Fourteen months after her surgery on September 19, 2001, Marchioni became Keyes plaintiff no. 23.