Forbidden Truth by Wayne and Jean-Charles Brisard, Guillaume Dasquie Madsen
U.S.-Taliban Secret Oil Diplomacy, Saudi Arabia and the Failed Search for bin Laden

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An international bestseller, banned in Switzerland by the bin Laden family, Forbidden Truth by Jean-Charles Brisard & Guillaume Dasquie shows how US national security in Afghanistan was disastrously compromised by corporate oil interests & Saudi Arabia. Brisard wrote the 1st intelligence report on the bin Laden financial networks which was used to close down fraudulent Islamic charities funding terrorism, a report that President Jacques Chirac handed to George Bush on his visit to the US in the wake of 9/11. Forbidden Truth reveals that French intelligence gave the FBI unambiguous information that the so-called 20th hijacker, Zacarias Massaoui, was tied to Al Qaeda, a story Brisard broke to Salon magazine before Special Agent Coleen Rowley came out publicly to say the FBI stifled the investigation. John O'Neill the former head of the FBI's antiterrorism division--who perished in the World Trade Center--told Jean-Charles Brisard in 7/01, "All of the answers, all of the clues allowing us to dismantle Osama bin Laden's organization, can be found in Saudi Arabia." The result of three years of investigation by a leading French intelligence expert & investigative journalist, Forbidden Truth is the untold story of the Clinton & Bush attempts to stabilize Afghanistan so that US energy companies could build a pipeline. In particular, it details the secret hazardous diplomacy between the Bush administration & the Taliban from February to August 2001--a story still untold in the US media--talks that ultimately led the US to make threats via Pakistani intermediaries to the Taliban in 7/01 that they were going to bomb Afghanistan if the Taliban didn't comply.

About Wayne and Jean-Charles Brisard, Guillaume Dasquie Madsen

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Jean Charles Brisard is an independent terrorism expert Dasquie is editor-in-chief of the intelligence newsletter Intelligence Online, and has worked for several radio and TV stations. He has a degree in law and a graduate degree in political science and sociology from the Sorbonne. Susan B.Trento and Joseph J. Trento are investigative journalists who have authored or co-authored numerous books on the secret workings of the government. Their many credits include Prescription for Disaster, a history of NASA leading up to the Challenger disaster; Widows, a history of counterintelligence; Power House, about the lobbying and public relations industries in Washington; The Secret History of the CIA; and Prelude to Terror. Wayne Madsen is an investigative journalist and syndicated columnist whose articles have appeared in "The Miami Herald" and "The Village Voice," He is the author of "Covert Operations in Africa 1993-1999," "The Handbook of Personal Data Protection," and "Jaded Tasks," He lives in Arlington, Virginia.
Published January 1, 2002 by Nation Books. 208 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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