My Fellow Americans,
The Supreme Law Firm heartily endorses Carl Worden's analysis below,
for the following reasons:
(1) we have now provided our contacts at the U.S. Coast Guard
with evidence that the uranium oxide ("yellow cake") was exported
from Niger -- NOT to Iraq -- but to Israel's nuclear reactor at Dimona,
in the Negev Desert;
(2) separately, we have endeavored to circulate reports confirming
that Dutch Intel-1 recently nailed the Mossad (Israeli secret police)
for receiving plutonium at the Port of Amsterdam, which was stolen
by the Russian mafia from former Soviet nuclear stockpiles in the
(3) separate reports also confirmed that the Mossad were directly
implicated in the crash of a cargo plane at Amsterdam's Schipol
Airport, which was transporting ingredients for chemical and
biological weapons to Israel;
(4) the criminal "outing" of Valerie Plame's identity -- as an
undercover CIA operative -- evidently resulted in the assassination
of many of her subordinate operatives, necessarily implicating
the guilty parties as accessories to murder as well;
(5) the "yellow cake" allegation was made by George W. Bush
in his State of the Union address to Congress in 2003;
because this story is now proven to be false, Bush is
necessarily implicated in a felony violation of 18 U.S.C. 1001,
and conspiracy with others to violate same, in violation of
18 U.S.C. 2, 3, and 371 (also a felony);
(6) George W. Bush has already been formally notified
that he is under investigation on suspicion of attempting
to murder a foreign head of state, genocide against the
People and the Nation of Iraq, and treason in connection
with the events of 9/11;
(7) Alberto Gonzales and Donald Rumsfeld have also been
formally notified that they are likewise under investigation
on suspicion of related felony violations of the Title 18,
United States Code, chiefly the federal laws prohibiting torture.
All of this adds up to a pretty long rap sheet of impeachable
offenses, and we haven't even begun to itemize all of the
related RICO predicate acts that were committed in support
of the crimes enumerated above.
Our sincere congratulations to Carl Warden, for staying
on top of this history-making story (see below).
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General, Criminal Investigator and
Federal Witness: 18 U.S.C. 1510, 1512-13, 1964(a)
All Rights Reserved without Prejudice
"Carl f. Worden" email@example.com wrote:
From: "Carl f. Worden" firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: THE LYNCHPIN TO BUSH'S IMPEACHMENT -- Worden
Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2005 16:04:49 -0700
THE LYNCHPIN TO BUSH'S IMPEACHMENT
Carl F. Worden
Okay, folks, let's move past the bloody events of 7/7 in London, and examine
an equally important national news story that is hardly being reported. Just
as the Watergate scandal eventually forced Richard Nixon to resign from the
Office of The Presidency, the "Plame Outing" portends to do exactly
the same for the presidency of George W. Bush.
Valerie Plame was an undercover CIA operative investigating whether or not
Saddam Hussein of Iraq still had stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction,
or WMD. Mrs. Plame's husband is former Ambassador Joseph Wilson.
As George W. Bush was in the process of "convincing" Congress that
Iraq still had large stockpiles of WMD and was planning to use them "imminently"
against the United States and our allies, covert CIA agent Valerie Plame was
confiding to her husband that Bush was lying. Mrs. Plame also told her husband
that Iraq had made no attempt to secure nuclear materials from Niger, as was
also being alleged by the Bush Administration.
At the time, only one lonely voice screamed from the rooftops of this nation
that the president and his administration were "wrong" about Iraq's
WMD stockpile, and that was former Marine and U.N. Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter.
He did get some press, but the Bush Administration put out a rumor that suggested
Ritter was on the payroll of Saddam Hussein and could not be trusted. Those
who knew of and trusted Ritter didn't buy the lie, and those who just wanted
to kill somebody after 9/11 accepted the administration version as Gospel. That's
just the way it is nowadays.
But when Valerie Plame's husband, Joseph Wilson, a former ambassador and a
most highly respected source for his accuracy, integrity and credibility, came
out publicly and stated the Niger/Nuclear story had already been proven bogus
before Bush mentioned it in his 2003 State of The Union address, Bush was caught
flat-footed in a bold-faced lie. The excuse given for the faux pas was an alleged
failure to fully vet the script of the speech before Bush gave it, and as usual,
those who opposed the coming war knew it was a lie, and those who wanted to
get on with the killing accepted the excuse as an innocent boo-boo.
At the time, the Bush people were quite full of themselves and riding high
in the polls. They saw themselves as virtually untouchable after the 9/11 attacks
and their military success in routing out the Taliban Government in Afghanistan,
so they let their egos and the power they wield fool themselves into thinking
they could do just about anything to anyone, and nobody could do a thing about
it. Come to think of it, that's what brought down Richard Nixon. Hmmm...
So instead of just allowing the whole Wilson -- Niger -- Nuclear lie to drift
away into obscurity and irrelevance, they wanted revenge. The next thing you
know, conservative columnist Robert Novak has written an article that identified
Joseph Wilson's wife, Valerie Plame, as a covert CIA operative investigating
weapons of mass destruction! With that revelation, Plame's cover was blown and
she had to withdraw. But what most folks don't realize is that when a covert
spook is exposed, the enemy always arrests, tortures and kills everyone associated
with that spook -- and especially those they thought were on their side. To
this day, nobody really knows how much damage was done by the Plame outing,
but I can assure you that people died because of it, even if Plame herself is
It is a federal crime to expose the name of an American covert agent, circa
the Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982. It carries a sentence of
10 years in prison and a $50,000.00 fine, which in my mind is just not enough.
Considering how many people can be exposed, tortured and executed when just
one highly-placed CIA operative is identified, the deliberate outing of such
an agent should carry the death penalty and nothing less. Notice I wrote the
"deliberate" identification of such an agent should carry the death
penalty, and not the inadvertent screw-up of a blabbermouth.
But the Plame outing was deliberate, and for a specious reason: The Bush people
knew Wilson's wife was a covert CIA spy, and they put two-and-two together to
figure out it was she who told her husband the Niger story was a lie. Is that
petty or what??
Next, two reporters were involved in relaying the Plame/CIA identity to columnist
Robert Novak. They are Time Magazine reporter Matthew Cooper, and Judith Miller
of the New York Times. Both reporters were ordered in court to reveal the source
of the Plame outing, and both refused to do so on the grounds of the First Amendment
right to free press and free speech. In every case prior, the courts upheld
a journalist's right to protect a confidential source, but that was before we
ended up with the current Supreme Court that I contend is the worst enemy of
the Constitution that has ever been impaneled. Nevertheless, I hate to admit
this on the grounds I'm subscribing to situation ethics and I hate my hypocrisy,
but I'm happy to report this corrupted Supreme Court refused to hear the appeals
of Cooper and Miller.
Cooper's boss at Time Magazine has agreed to give Cooper's notes to the court,
while Miller has already begun her stay in prison. But the court has ordered
Cooper to testify in open court as to his source, and he has agreed to do so.
Cooper's notes reveal his probable source to be White House insider Karl Rove,
but that is not conclusive, and we won't get closer to the truth until Cooper
testifies. If it is Rove, I doubt he revealed Plame's identity to the reporters
without President Bush's permission, but they may take the same stand Nixon
took; that Nixon didn't know anything about the Watergate break-in, but he did
make a mistake trying to cover it up. We'll see.
But the real reason this Plame incident is so important is that it adds a tremendous
amount of credibility to the recently exposed "Downing Street Memo",
in which notes were taken at a meeting in Britain that revealed Bush planned
to attack Iraq long before the WMD accusations were made, and that the "Intelligence
was being fixed" around that policy. The fact that such a petty act of
revenge was enacted against Joseph Wilson's wife for the "crime" of
her husband telling the American people the god's-honest truth, certainly lends
credence to those who contend the Downing Street Memo is a smoking gun that
reveals deliberate deception upon the Congress and the American people to go
to war with Iraq on the basis of entirely false allegations.
Last time I checked, that was an impeachable offense, and now we have the deliberate
outing of a carefully placed CIA spy who was working to protect you and me from
further terrorist attacks. Do you join me in asking, "Whose side are these
Bush guys on??"
Carl F. Worden